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    Spend less on Cereal

    During my household, cereal is like candy, only better. It tends to be the most well-liked breakfast, although, really, we don't just eat it each morning. Cereal also constitutes a great snack, since it generally has more nutrition than many traditional snack foods. Cereal can also be wonderful travel food. A little bit of cereal along for the car ride can settle the hungry tummies.

    One more thing about cereal is that per ounce, it can be a pretty expensive food. Because of my family's cereal habits, I've been instructed to learn some methods to save big on cereal.

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    Cereal for free

    The very best price for cereal is when it's free. Surprisingly, it isn't hard to find some cereal for free. This is actually the secret. Save all of those coupons for your cereal, after which apply them to the person sized products. Many cereals are also made of cereal cups available individually. These cups usually cost $1, but could be free with your regular coupon. Target is generally a great source with this kind of deal.

    Cereal at a lower price

    Let's say you want a full-sized box of cereal? You are able to still get it at a lower price inside a handful of ways. Combine the sales, coupons while offering to clean up. For example, my store generally does a promotion every few weeks in which I can get $6 off after i buy four General Mills cereal boxes. I check to see which General Mills cereals take presctiption sale, after which I personally use coupons for them. Often I can get my cereal for $1.50 or less a box. Check the Sunday inserts for coupons and online for printable coupons.

    A different way to get the cornflakes at a lower price would be to check the supermarket discount or clearance rack. I've found holiday and special promotion cereal, like a limited time flavor, or with a slightly crushed box for $1 to $1.25 a box.

    Added by Leah & Shin on Fri, Jun 29th 2012

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