Jul 05, 2018
Honey Nut Cheerios is giving away free family-size boxes of cereal in honor of Amazon Prime Day
Amazon Prime members can get a free box of America's number one cereal
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – Cereal lovers can now get their hands on a free family-size box of Honey Nut Cheerios, with a qualifying purchase, in honor of Amazon Prime Day and the Cheerios mission to make good go round.
To thank loyal fans who have made Honey Nut Cheerios the number one cereal in America, General Mills keeps the good going round by giving fans several ways to redeem and enjoy their box of wholesome goodness.
Now through July 31, Amazon Prime members who purchase $40 or more on Prime Pantry can add a family-size box of Honey Nut Cheerios to their cart for free and receive $10 off their order. Fans of the honey nut deliciousness can go to this Amazon product page to redeem their free Honey Nut Cheerios. There is a limit of one free box per order.
Cheerios keeps the good going round on Prime Day too, as an extra special offer, beginning July 16, the free cereal offer will extend to Prime members who make a qualifying purchase on Amazon Fresh and Amazon Prime Now. To add a free Honey Nut Cheerios box to their Prime Pantry, Amazon Fresh or Amazon Prime Now cart, fans can visit amazon.com/goodgoesround starting July 16.
"Cheerios has spent the past year making good go round and this Honey Nut Cheerios give-away is a continuation of that program," said Susan Pitt, General Mills marketing. "We want all Prime members, new and old, to have the chance to savor what makes Honey Nut Cheerios America's number one cereal."
About General Mills
General Mills is a leading global food company that serves the world by making food people love. Its brands include Cheerios, Annie's, Yoplait, Nature Valley, Häagen-Dazs, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Wanchai Ferry, Yoki, Blue and more. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, General Mills generated fiscal 2018 consolidated net sales of US $15.7 billion, as well as another US $1.1 billion from its proportionate share of joint-venture net sales.