Box Tops for Education at Sam’s Club

This post is sponsored by General Mills and Nestle™. All thoughts are my own.


Did you collect Box Tops when you were a kid? I remember clipping those Box Tops and trying to keep them all in one place so I didn't lose any. Box Tops for Education has entered the new age of tech with the Box Tops for Education App. Collecting Box Tops to help raise money for your selected school now has become so much easier! Box Tops helps many eligible schools earn up to $20,000 per year.



I recently took a trip to Sam’s Club to stock up on some Back-to-School snacks and to take advantage of their current offer on select General Mills and Nestle™ products.

Box Tops can be collected by purchasing participating products. Many products are ones that you probably already buy for your family. When you purchase participating products, you’ll scan your receipt with the Box Tops App, and you’ll automatically earn money for your kid's school.




You can find Box Tops for Education on some of your favorite products. General Mills has teamed up with Sam’s Club to bring digital Boxs Tops for Education collectors an exclusive Back-to-School offer. Buy 1 product, get 12 Box Tops that's offered through the Box Tops App! Just in time for your Back-To-School shopping.

Buy 1 Participating Product > Scan Your Receipt with the Box Tops app > Earn 12 Box Tops. Simple as that!


Signing up for Box Tops for Education just takes a few simple steps. Once you download the App in your App store, you can quickly and easily create an account and select the school of your choice. You can also take a look at all of the eligible participating products along with Bonus Box Tops offers.

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