Three simple tips to help you collect Box Tops and earn more money for your school- tips for finding products with Box Tops, finding deals on Box Top products, and for easily saving Box Tops.
You guys- remember that stage where you wanted to collect all of the things in a series? Baseball cards, pogs, Barbies, Beanie Babies- and now my girls love Shopkins and Legos.
In fact, I was just talking to a mom friend who lambasted “collectible toys” because they take up so much room in the house. I totally get it.
Why Box Tops Are Important
One collectible that I grew up with though is Box Tops. Not only did they feed my need to collect something, but they also helped a good cause- my school!
As an adult, I still look for Box Tops on products that I buy, and I am not ashamed to say that I buy products with Box Tops over those that don’t have them. I even developed an easy and cute way to store them on our fridge!
I’m excited to have partnered with General Mills to share three easy ways to collect Box Tops.
I remember learning about the Box Tops program as a kid, and then asking everyone in my immediate circle to look for them and collect them for me.
I’m not sure that I was even as excited about the money for our school, as I grew up in a fairly affluent school system and never lacked for school supplies.
As an adult, I kept saving Box Tops for the schools that I worked in- the money added up fast. It helped pay for extras that weren’t in the school budget, and it was a great way for parents to get involved.
Now that my girls go to an inner-city school that is short on funds, I continue to save Box Tops to support their school- and it’s so easy to do. A recent Costco trip yielded a bounty of Box Tops on products that I already use and buy. Here are three tips for collecting and saving Box Tops.