I've already posted or linked to these deals, but here is a little more info....
1. To get a free bath tub frog toy - $10 value - send a receipt showing purchase a Johnson's bath product (I bought Johnson's bubble bath/baby soap at Target - on sale for $3, then used a $1 off coupon = a final price of $2). This wasn't a special purchase for me, I buy Johnson's bath products anyway, so might as well seize the freebie opportunity and add it to my little one's Christmas stash!
Once you have your receipt in hand, mail to:
Johnson & Johnson/Parents GWP
375 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10017
The offer expires Dec. 1, or when supplies run out. Find the details HERE.
Special thanks to Little People Wealth Friday's Freebies post, where I first learned of this freebie.
2. Remember the Keebler deal I posted HERE? Well...here is some more info on a $10 toy voucher you can receive using specially marked Keebler products. I first read about this at Money Saving Mom's Target deals post for this week.
Here is the required form, mail it with the 5 Toy Cash tokens (cut from packaging) to:
Kellogg's $10 Toy Cash Voucher
P.O. Box 7017
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-7017
It also says to allow 45 days from receipt of your order to get your voucher.
Also, when I followed the link from Money Saving Mom to Stretching a Buck, I also noticed another Kellogg's steal of a deal! See her post HERE.
The details from Kellogg's are HERE. Basically, buy 3 specially marked packages of Kellogg's cereal - Fruit Loops, Frosted Mini-wheats, Raisin Bran, or Frosted Flakes - and submit the codes contained inside the box to the website and get a $10 bonus bucks certificate by mail, good on purchase of toys.......and a few other things.
Offer expires 9/30/2010. There is NO LIMIT to the amount of bonus bucks you can earn!
However, it takes 4-6 weeks to get your bucks...so, LET's FIND SOME DEALS PEOPLE!!
I happen to know that the Target coupon generator over at Hot Coupon World, has $1 off coupons for Kellogg's cereal, 11.2 oz or larger, expiring 11/17/2009. It's not on sale this week, but maybe next?