Coupons create opportunities for customers to save money on the items they purchase most often.
Cereal is one of those items that many people love, and with coupons available, it’s easy to save on your favourite brand
. Whether you’re a Cheerios fan or prefer another brand altogether, using coupons can help slash your grocery bill.
New Cheerios Coupons
- Get a Box of Free Maple Cheerios Cereal with a purchase of any other Cheerios cereal (390-1300g)
Available in Mail format only
The coupon was valid for one day only on June 30, 2017
Promotions on Box’s
Watch for Specially Marked Boxes of Cheerios – Lots of good promotions can be found, such as Free Movie Ticket coupons, toys, Restaurant coupons to DQ and many more throughout the year.
This cereal is a staple in my house! We generally stick to Regular and Honey Nut Cheerios – Lower in sugar – and somewhat healthy for you.
Cheerios are a famous American brand producing breakfast cereals owned by General Mills. In other countries, such as the United Kingdom, their products are sold by Cereal Partners under the Nestlé brand. Cheerios is marketed as an Uncle Tobys product in New Zealand and Australia.
This brand was launched in 1941 under the name CheeriOats.
The first flavour introduced by Cheerios in mid-1976 was Cinnamon Nut Cheerios. Honey Nut Cheerios was the second, produced in the late 1970s.
All their products marketed on the eastern coast of the United States and eastern Canada are provided at the General Mills plant in Buffalo, New York. Because of its marketing and health claims, a dispute about considering Cheerios an “unapproved new drug” was developed in 2009.
Since it was targeting children, many television commercials for Cheerios featured animated characters (such as an animated Honeybee) during the 1960s. Bullwinkle was also featured in their TV commercials.
- Honey Nut Cheerios was introduced in 1979
- Apple Cinnamon was added in 1988
- Multi-Grain Cheerios were introduced in 1991
- Banana Nut Cheerios was launched in 2010
- Chocolate Cheerios were introduced in 2011