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    Ad 60 Cereal in a Cups for $34.94 Shipped

    Amazon.com is selling the convenient 1.5oz cereal in a cup (pack of 60) for $34.94 shipped. These are very convenient. All you have to do is pour milk into the cup, and throw away the cup after.

    - 60 Apple Jack Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Corn Flakes Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Corn Pops Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Frosted Flakes Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Fruit Loops Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Rice Krispies Cups $34.94 after coupon
    - 60 Special K Cups $36.75 after coupon
    - 60 Kellogg's Favorite Cereal Assortment $36.91 after coupon
    - 60 Health Pack Cups (Smart Start, Special K, etc.) $43.69 after coupon

    - Link to All Cereal Packs

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    Just my two cents...

    This is a great deal~however be prepared that not all the cups will make it to you intact! I've ordered the assortment pack and it is seemingly drop shipped right from Kelloggs and the packing is terrible. The cups are not packed in any uniform order or with any cushioning or stabilizing whatsoever, so they are shifting around during shipping~6 of the cups had been forced open most likely due to pressure from other boxes being stacked on them during shipping. Amazon did extend a credit for damaged goods, but still a nice mess to open up and not a good enough deal for me to order again.

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    grrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!! as tony the tiger would say

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    I ordered this recently for the first time and all of my cereals came in perfect condition, so I guess ymmv when it comes to shipping.

    My kids wake up before me most mornings and it lets them start getting ready for school on their own. Some of the cereals aren't the healthiest in the favorite cereal assortment I got them, but still better than the donut for breakfast I grew up on. And now that they sell individual types of cereal instead of just the assortments, maybe I'll weed out some of the truly sugary ones.

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    Kelloggs' should follow ConAgra (General Mills) and at least switch to whole grain. They do have organic Frosted Flakes now though.

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    I know these maybe be very convenient, but is it that hard to get a bow and pour cereal in it?

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    Much easier for a 5, 6, and 7 year old. It is also handy for bringing on trips as dry snacks in the car.

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    anyone know how many calories are generally in one of those packs? i didnt see any nutrition information on amazon.

    also, i clicked on the link and it appears that the price went up to 45. but its probabyl still worth it. i think i may get one. thx for link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_5
    I know these maybe be very convenient, but is it that hard to get a bow and pour cereal in it?
    I agree. Buy some Malt O Meal brand (cheap and good) and put it into 3-4 oz containers with lids. That's what a real spoofer would do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_5
    I know these maybe be very convenient, but is it that hard to get a bow and pour cereal in it?

    not hard at all...but isnt it much easier to fill these things up instead of wasting a bowl that youll have to wash

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    question

    are these as fresh and do they taste the same as the regular boxed versions?

    i ask because i vaguely remember getting one of these at school a couple years ago, and it was much worse than the normally packaged versions.

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by groove1
    I agree. Buy some Malt O Meal brand (cheap and good) and put it into 3-4 oz containers with lids. That's what a real spoofer would do.
    That's actually an awsome idea. :claps:

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    Excellent! My husband and I will enjoy these!

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