You can get $25 in free groceries from Kraft, with the combination of a coupon and mail-in rebate. Starting Friday, until the 23rd of this month, if you buy $25 of qualifying Kraft products, you will get a $5 coupon for your next purchase, as well as a $20 rebate form to mail in. There are a few dozen products that qualify, so I'm sure at least a few of them are things you regularly buy, or can stock up on. Go here for the list or products.
Kellogs and Dell are partnered up right now to offer you savings. If you send 10 proofs of purchase (of qualifying products) and your original receipt from the purchase, with the rebate form, to Kellogs you'll get a $10 rebate form and a coupon code good for $70 towards the purchase of select Dell laptops. We're actually thinking about buying a new computer soon, so this might just come in handy for the Franklin Family. To take advantage of this offer, you will have to register on Kellog's website, which is here.
Post has a $2 off coupon for their new cereal, Honey Bunches of Oats with Pecans. However, you do need java enabled on your computer to download the coupon. Click here for the Post website.
I hear that Albertsons is running a buy $30, get $15 back (in coupons) sale. Go here for more information about that. This sales ends the 11th, so don't wait too long.
I got almost all of the above information from a great site called The Bargain Jargon. The author is a stay at home mom who makes that possible by paying very close attention to sales and probably never paying full price for anything. She is amazing in the work she puts into saving money. Check her out here.
That's all for now. It's time to contribute to the "putting the son to bed" campaign.