New Yorkers, we know how much you love to read. We see you with your nose in a book while riding the subway. And we know important it is to have your kids read, too. Why wouldn’t you want to score some free books for your kids and teens?
Kellogg’s Feeding Reading program is providing up to 10 free books per participant with 140 full-length Penguin Random House titles to choose from.
From now until September 30th, purchase any of the 176 participating Kellogg’s products (think: cereals and crackers) and take a photo of your receipt. From there, you’ll visit feedingreading.com and log in to your Kellogg’s Family Rewards account to upload your receipt.
After your receipt has been approved, you’ll receive credits to redeem your books by November 15th. Bonus: you don’t have to worry about any shipping or handling. Both are also free.
Once your child or teen is finished reading the books, you can choose to keep them or donate them to your local library.
This deal is from Living on the Cheap.