This conversation is sponsored by General Mills® via Burst Media. The opinions and Text are mine.
I grew up in the Arizona heat. I remember as a little girl playing outside all afternoon in the scorching summer sun enjoying swimming, riding bikes, and hours of sidewalk chalk time. Me and my brother used to love to come home and pour a cold bowl of cereal. I have so many happy memories of sitting at the kitchen table and laughing and talking as we enjoyed our favorite Big G® Cereals. My brother’s first choice was Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ and mine was always Lucky Charms™.
Now that I am grown, with a family of my own, I love that my kids enjoy a tasty bowl of cereal as much as I do! Even though they are still little, it warms my heart to see them eat cereal together and begin to form happy memories in our home, just like I did. I know that someday they too will smile walking down the cereal aisle to grab a colorful box of Big G Cereal with their own kids!
WinCo has made stocking up on your favorite Big G Cereals as easy and affordable as possible. In addition to their everyday rock bottom prices, they have teamed up with Ibotta to bring you rebates right to your mobile phone. Each week now through May 25th there will be a new cereal of the week that you can redeem for $1.50! If you buy 5 cereals, you can redeem an additional $2.50! This includes all of your favorites like Cocoa Puffs™, Cinnamon Toast Crunch™, Chocolate Toast Crunch™, Honey Nut Cheerios™, Dark Chocolate Multigrain Cheerios™, Lucky Charms™, and Fiber One Protein™. That means you can save up to $22 on all your favorite cereals. For more information you can visit Ibotta’s blog.
WinCo is already our go to grocery store, but shopping with Ibotta has made it even easier to save! My favorite Ibotta feature is the bar coade scanning verification. Before buying a product, you can scan the barcode and the new app will tell you right away if that particular item meets the criteria for the rebate. I don’t know about you, but I always seem to lose a deal from some fine print confusion, and this eliminates that chance.