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** MEGA CEREAL DEAL ** at Stop & Shop with Printable Coupons, SavingStar and Gas Rewards!

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$0.75 off ONE BOX Multi Grain Cheerios cereal
 
 
$0.50 off ONE BOX Original Cheerios cereal
 
 
$1.00 off TWO BOXES General Mills kid cereals
 
At Stop & Shop 6/14 – 6/20
must buy (7) select General Mills cereals mix/match on sale for $2.50 each
Buy (4) Multigrain Cheerios 9 oz
Buy (2) Lucky Charms 11.5 oz
Buy (1) Cheerios 8.9 oz
coupon will double to $1.50 off
coupon will double to $1 off
Pay $9.50 at the register
Get $.50 refund from SavingStar
Final price $9 so only $1.28 each
Earn $.40 a gallon in Gas Rewards, up to $14
It’s like getting everything for FREE plus $5.00 Moneymaker after gas rewards!

 

 
 

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3 comments to ** MEGA CEREAL DEAL ** at Stop & Shop with Printable Coupons, SavingStar and Gas Rewards!

  • Hi Cate,
    I was going to go into a lengthy conversation, but then realized that Stop & Shop has a web page totally devoted to this. http://www.stopandshop.com/savings/shell_program.htm.
    There are gas stations at some s&s stores to fill up, and many shell gas stations are also part of the deal.

    I love the program. The most important thing to remember: Points expire in 30 days, so keep your latest receipt; points print out at the bottom with expiration date.

    The frequently asked questions on the web page are very helpful.

  • Cate

    hi patricia!

    can you double up on these deals, say getting up to a total of $28 in .40/gal savings and using 35 gal in one fill up and 35 in another?