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Monday Mail-In Rebates: Quaker Oats, Kellogg’s + More

by Tara Kuczykowski on September 13, 2010 · 3 comments

Monday MIRs are brought to you by Christina from Northern Cheapskate. Her passion is helping people take control of their finances through coupon-clipping, freebie-finding and frugal living strategies.

  • Stopain. Get $2 back by mail when you buy any Stopain product. Offer says it cannot be combined with any other offers including retailer discounts and other rebate offers. Offer ends 9/30.
  • Kellogg's. Collect (5) official movie pass tokens from specially marked packages of Kellogg's snack foods and receive a free movie ticket.  Limit (3) movie tickets per household. Offer ends 5/30/11.
  • Quaker Oats Hearty Medley.  Money Back Guarantee:  If you're not satisfied with your purchase of Quaker Oats Hearty Medley, you can get you money back by mail.  Please only do this if you are truly dissatisfied with the product.
  • Hasbro/Star Wars. Buy (5) figures from the Star Wars Build a Droid, Saga Legends, The Clone Wars, or Vintage Collection, and receive a FREE Rocket-Firing Boba Fett figure by mail. Update: You do have to pay $6.99 shipping & handling ($8.99 in Canada).

If you're new to mail-in-rebates, be sure to read Northern Cheapskate's Simple Tips for Getting Rebates.

See the previous MIR roundups for more offers that are still available!

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Marc H. September 14, 2010 at 5:54 am

When I was a kid, Hasbro had a similar offer for a "rocket-firing" Boba Fett figure. I think I have still have the paper they mailed with that figure saying they had to change the toy because of safety concerns and that it wasn't the "rocket-firing" figure advertised to start with. I believe it was supposed to be spring-loaded. Wonder how this figure will be different from the one offered back in the 1970s or 1980s?

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2 Marc H. September 14, 2010 at 6:11 am

It isn't completely free. You need to mail in a check for $6.99 (or $8.99 in Canada) in addition to the 5 UPCs.

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3 Christina @ Northern Cheapskate September 14, 2010 at 7:02 pm

I missed that in the fine print. Thanks, Marc!

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