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Kellogg's Toy Coupon
« on: December 14, 2016, 12:42:51 PM »

I know this is isn't exactly Star Wars related, but, I found out yesterday the Kellogg's $10 off a toy coupons are still available.

For those who don't know what I'm talking about, here's a bit of back story.

For a few years, Kellogg's has been offering toy coupons at Christmas time.  I think, at first, you could only get specific Hasbro toys, but then it was expanded to include any Hasbro toy or game.

This year, the deal's not quite as good as it has been. 

Before, one box of cereal got you one coupon for $10 or more off.  In 2014, for example, you could choose between two coupons - $20 off one Hasbro toy or game or $10 off a purchase of $25 or more.

This year, you need two boxes for one coupon.  Plus, the coupons are for less.  Up to $10 off one toy or $10 off one toy of $25 or more.  On the plus side, it seems to be usable on any toy this year.  Not just Hasbro.

I never had any real problems using the coupons in the past, so hopefully these will be fine, too.  But, your mileage may vary.

Any stories concerning this year's coupons and ease of use would be welcome.
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