Box Tops For Education Pantry Stockup *giveaway*

School-boxtopYou may not know this but Box Tops For Education is probably one of the easiest ways you can earn money for your child’s school. You simply cut the little pink coupons off products you already purchase and bring them to school, where a volunteer organizes them and ships them off to be redeemed for supplies and equipment. General Mills program began as an experiment on boxes of Cheerios in California back in 1996 with first year earnings of only $1 million.

Since that experiment Box Tops for Education has grown to include more than 240 participating brands providing needed cash for 90,000 enrolled K-8 schools. At the heart of the program is more than 75,000 volunteer Box Tops for Education coordinators who motivate local school communities to collect the 10-cent coupons which are redeemed for cash schools use for whatever they need most. Over the years, American schools have earned over $525 MILLION from Box Tops for Education.

Get Social with this great program through these social media sites:  Box Tops for Education Facebook page,  Twitter  and YouTube.

With school budget cuts across the nation, Box Tops for Education is now more important than ever. To celebrate this milestone of earning so much money for schools, BTFE is offering a variety of bonus Box Tops on more than 50 million packages at grocery stores and at, allowing shoppers to DOUBLE their earnings with select products!

win it!

one lucky reader will win a box tops for education pantry stock up prize pack!


The Pantry Stock Up gift pack includes:

  • New Peanut Butter Toast Crunch cereal
  • Nature Valley Chewy Trail Mix Dark Chocolate Cherry and Protein Salted Caramel
  • Fiber One Protein Bars
  • Progresso Recipe Starters
  • Food Should Taste Good Chips
  • Green Giant Fresh Box Tops for Education pencil pouch
  • Hamburger Helper Sweet & Sour Chicken and Parmesan Crusted Chicken
  • Betty Crocker Mac & Cheese and Au Gratin potatoes
  • Kleenex wallet pack and 184 count box
  • Scott toilet paper (4 roll) and paper towel roll
  • Avery dry erase weekly calendar
  • Ziploc bowls and bags
  • Yoplait Frozen Yogurt free product coupon

Every one of the items above have a BTFE “coupon” attached so if you win this amazing pantry stock up prize don’t forget to cut the Box Tops off and turn them in to your child’s school.

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About Box Tops for Education:

America’s schools have earned more than $525 million through the Box Tops for Education® program since the program started in 1996, including $47 million just since March 2012. More than  90,000 schools use that cash to purchase items such as computers, library books, art supplies and playground equipment. Schools can earn up to $20,000 by clipping Box Tops
coupons from 240 products and can earn eBoxTops by shopping online through the Box Tops Marketplace. To learn more and for a list of participating products, visit

Disclosure: I received the above product(s) for the purpose of this honest review. No monetary compensation was received, however, all opinions expressed are my own.
RULES: Giveaway ends 11:59 pm EST, March 09, 2013. No purchase necessary. Open USA residents, Eighteen (18) years of age or older. Void where prohibited by law. One lucky winner will be chosen using One entry per household and IP address. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Cheating will not be tolerated, and entries will be verified for accuracy. I will email the winner and they will have 48 hours to respond to the notification email, or a new winner will be chosen. Entering this giveaway means you are in agreement with this blog’s Terms of Use policy.

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  1. Carolsue says

    Yes, I participate in BTFE. My favorite products are the cereals — Cheerios, Basic 4, etc.

  2. Meghan Finley says

    I don’t always participate but I generally remember to remove from kleenex since it’s always on top

  3. Kerry G. says

    I don’t participate right now but I plan on starting in the fall when my son starts Kindergarten

  4. Blessie Nelson says

    The progresso recipe starters always make great and quick meals. So I buy and clip them.

  5. Aimee Fontenot says

    I try to save Box Tops, but they usually get lost before I can turn them in. I like to get them from big boxes of cereal.

  6. Amy Z. says

    I participate in Box Tops, and I usually get them from Nature Valley bars!

  7. Jessica To says

    I clip box tops for my son’s school and my favorite product is Kleenex tissues.

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