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General Mills Cereals: 10.8oz Honey Nut Cheerios, 11.7oz Golden Grahams & More EXPIRED

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Walgreens has select General Mills Breakfast Cereals on sale at 2 for $2.76 when following the instructions below. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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  1. Log into or Register for a myWalgreens Membership (free to join) to be able to clip coupons.
  2. Select a quantity of 2 eligible General Mills cereals below (you may mix & match) 'clip' the $1 off coupon and add to the cart
  3. Proceed to cart
  4. The price should be 2 for $2.76 + Free Store Pickup

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    • Availability for in-store pickup will vary by location and may be limited.
    • This matches the previous Frontpage Deal from last month. -Corwin
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Walgreens [walgreens.com] has select General Mills Breakfast Cereals on sale at 2 for $2.76 when you 'clip' the $1 coupon on the product page and add a quantity of 2 to cart. Select free in-store pickup or ship to store pickup where available.

Note: Coupons are typically one per account. Log into or Register for a myWalgreens Membership to be able to clip coupons (free to join [walgreens.com])
  • 2 for $3.76 - $1 Big G Cereals Coupon = 2 for $2.76
Mix & Match 2 for $2.76:About this deal:
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Thanks OP, in for 2!
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got 6. this is why everyone in my house has their own walgreens account. thanks op!
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thank you!
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4 serving size box
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Did this last time and got a box that was almost expired. Check that when you pick up.
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Quote from strange_kiddo :
Did this last time and got a box that was almost expired. Check that when you pick up.
Same, my box expired within a week. It's the same as buying cereal boxes from the clearance isle at the grocery store, which is most likely what these boxes are.
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Sad the the non sugar infused version of Cheerios (just regular Cheerios), has nearly 2 oz less in the box than the one with more sugar.

Effectively charging you more for not to have loads of sugar put on your cereal.
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Same, my box expired within a week. It's the same as buying cereal boxes from the clearance isle at the grocery store, which is most likely what these boxes are.
Yeah but in my experience I've noticed that even 6 month old expired cereal still tastes just fine. Also typically those are just for best freshness use or best by dates not actual expiration dates.

Fun fact some countries its illegal to put a expire dates on food products because of the amount of food waste it does. They make the consumers verify if the products are good or not by taste, smell, etc. Btw I am also Serve Safe certified in food handling.
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Quote from justwantmymoney :
Sad the the non sugar infused version of Cheerios (just regular Cheerios), has nearly 2 oz less in the box than the one with more sugar.

Effectively charging you more for not to have loads of sugar put on your cereal.
There are 99 grams of added sugar in the Honey Nut variety...
that's 3.5 ounces of sugar.

So you're getting MORE Cheerios in the regular variety at less weight with the regular version.
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Image enlarged to show Genetically Modified Organism.
100% oat with frog DNA to give you that natural coat of slime to prevent dry skin!
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Last time this was active, it seemed it wasn't applicable in my area. This time, it was. Thank you, OP!
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Image enlarged to show Genetically Modified Organism.
100% oat with frog DNA to give you that natural coat of slime to prevent dry skin!
I'll let Wiki muddy the water for you:

"What constitutes a genetically modified organism (GMO) is not always clear and can vary widely. At its broadest it can include anything that has had its genes altered, including by nature. Taking a less broad view it can encompass every organism that has had its genes altered by humans, which would include all crops and livestock. In 1993 the Encyclopedia Britannica defined genetic engineering as "any of a wide range of techniques ... among them artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization (e.g., "test-tube" babies), sperm banks, cloning, and gene manipulation." The European Union (EU) included a similarly broad definition in early reviews, specifically mentioning GMOs being produced by "selective breeding and other means of artificial selection." They later excluded traditional breeding, in vitro fertilization, induction of polyploidy, mutagenesis and cell fusion techniques that do not use recombinant nucleic acids or a genetically modified organism in the process.
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The definitions focus on the process more than the product, which means there could be GMOs and non-GMOs with very similar genotypes and phenotypes. This has led scientists to label it as a scientifically meaningless category, saying that it is impossible to group all the different types of GMOs under one common definition. It has also caused issues for organic institutions and groups looking to ban GMOs. It also poses problems as new processes are developed. The current definitions came in before genome editing became popular and there is some confusion as to whether they are GMOs. The EU has adjudged that they are changing their GMO definition to include "organisms obtained by mutagenesis". In contrast the USDA has ruled that gene edited organisms are not considered GMOs."

Read: just about anything we consume today is, in broad terms, a (product of a) GMO.
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Tried signing into my on account on the computer, wouldn't let me. Signed in on the app and ordered two boxes. Half an hour later I get a message saying out of stock. Cancelled. Tried to use a different Walgreens. coupon not available Frown
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