$45 of FREE GROCERIES with Try Me Free General Mills Rebate!

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I ran into Cookie Crock in Arroyo Grande this morning to pick up their weekly ad and saw these lovely Try Me Free Rebates from General Mills!! Apparently they’ve been out all month and I had NO IDEA! General Mills puts this rebate out periodically and its my very favorite because you can get so many FREE ITEMS!!
Head into your local Cookie Crock or Spencer’s Fresh Market and ask them for one of these. I found it near the sales ads, but you may need to ask for it too. 
Here’s how it works: 
Purchase 1 of any or all of the products listed, use coupons if you’d like to reduce your out of pocket expense, and then you’ll be fully reimbursed (up to the max. values) for each product you buy, minus any coupons you used. You can get up to $45 of FREE ITEMS!
Hurry, though because the items must be purchased by 3/1/13.
These are great items that many of us buy anyway like varieties of Cheerios, Fiber One, Ocean Spray snacks, Betty Crocker items, Green Giant, Nature Valley, Totino’s, and Yoplait! Be sure to read the exact variety that included in the rebate though. They are quite specific this time around!!

It looks like these items must be purchased at a Unified Grocers affiliate store. That would be Cookie Crock and Spencer’s for sure, but I’ll try to figure out if any other stores in our area are part of this company. It doesn’t specifically say you must purchase all items on one receipt, however the instructions mention sending your original “receipt” (singular), so to be safe, I’d purchase all items in one place.


  1. Anonymous says

    I don’t know if it’s the same at all Spencer’s Markets, but I went to the one in Orcutt today with internet printed coupons and they refused them! They had if they didn’t scan they wouldn’t take them, why they wouldn’t key the coupons in I have no clue. The prices are so high that even if they had taken the coupons not much if anything would’ve been free. (example: Fiber One chocolate cereal was $5.15 with $1 off one box and the rebate only reimbursing $2.99 you would still end up paying $1.16. There was much better deals to be had on this cereal last week at Target so I’m glad I stocked up then.) I ended up passing on this one. There was only about 9 of the rebate items available at the Spencer’s store in Orcutt.

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