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Get free box of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal via rebate

Grab a bowl, a spoon and some milk for this deal! General Mills is making breakfast a little healthier with a big, heart-healthy giveaway in February. (By the way, February is National Heart Health Month.)

Honey Nut Cheerios has been a breakfast favorite for years because of its honey deliciousness. However, the cereal has an added benefit because it’s made with whole grain oats and can help lower cholesterol as part of a heart-healthy diet.

America’s number-one cereal brand is bringing back happy-heart shapes to Honey Nut Cheerios and original yellow-box Cheerios, along with new additional flavors including blueberry, chocolate and cinnamon.

Cheerios is prioritizing the importance of heart health and wants to remind everyone that a happy, heart-heathy lifestyle can be fun, easy and delicious. And, to encourage this mission, General Mills is giving away FREE boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios — all month long.

Now through Feb. 28, purchase a box of Honey Nut Cheerios and receive a rebate for up to $7 (excluding taxes) by visiting

Here’s how to participate:

1.) Determine if you’re eligible to participate by entering your zip code.

2.) Buy an eligible size box (10.8-oz., 15.4-oz., 19.5-oz. or 27.2-oz.) of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal (in-store or online) at any retailer between Feb. 1 to 28.

3.) Take a photo of the original retail receipt or obtain a copy of the online shipment order confirmation with the qualifying purchase.

3.) Upload the documents by March 15. Photo of receipt or e-mail shipment notification must show the retailer name, date & time, order number (if it’s an email), receipt total and qualifying purchase.

After verification, receive a reward code within 24 hours. Enter the code at and select your payment preference. Receive rebate via Venmo, PayPal or U.S. mail.

The offer is limited to one refund per name, family, address or household. 

To review the offer’s fine print, visit

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