- Trimming Box Tops Coupons from product boxes such as Cheerios,Yoplait, Ziploc, Hefty, Nature Valley, Motts, Avery, Hanes, Betty Crocker, Bisquick, Scott, Kleenex, Cotonelle, Green Giant, etc.
- When you buy online at www.boxtops4education.com in more than 300 stores like Walmart, Toys R us, Staples, etc. * Through the Box Tops website.
- Participating in the competitions of the Box Tops page in Spanish to win Couponbox Tops for your school. You have to register on the page to compete.
As part of the panel of Hispanic Bloggers I invite you to participate in the Bell of Box Tops, where you can help your child's school to raise funds to buy useful or school supplies that will be of benefit to students!
Do you know Box Tops for Education coupons? They are pink cuponocytes that come in the packaging of more than 250 General Mills products.
What are Box Tops coupons for? Every time you buy a General Mills product that has a Box Tops coupon, cut it out and put them together, the coupons serve to make your child's school raise money, it's a benefit for everyone.
Three ways to put Box Tops Together:
Good news for moms to save a little more: When you sign up as a member on the Box Tops page in Spanish you can print discount coupons, they are different coupons every month!
Already trimmed Box Tops you have to send them to your child's school, most schools send home a few drawings or activities for the kids to stick the Box Tops coupons they've put together there. In case you don't receive these sheets, you can send your vouchers to your child's teacher, she'll give them to your school's Box Tops Coordinator.
In some schools like my kids's, the classroom that together plus Box Tops in the school year gets a prize!