The past few months I have been busy trading for $10 Hasbro coupons that were found on the backs of selected Kellogg’s cereal boxes. I have collected a nice pile of board games for my daughters which I have paid little or nothing for once I used the coupon. Since I don’t like to pay much over the $10 coupon value I am running out of games to buy. Last night I was at the Atlantic Superstore and spotted Spud Bunny. My oldest daughter loves the Mrs Potato Head that she got for Christmas so you can only imagine how happy I was to see that they are made by Hasbro. It sells for just $7.99 so with the coupon I got it for free. Thanks to all the great traders here on Smart Canucks my daughters are going to be super happy Easter morning.
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But doesnt the coupon specify “board games”? I would classify this as a toy.
this is a misuse of the coupon and should be taken down.
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Would it be considered a game? Seeing that you place pieces ontoit, it could be considered somewhaat of a puzzle, no?
i was wondering the same thing.
Emailed and got this back:
Thank you for contacting Hasbro regarding your $10 coupon from Kelloggs.
In regards to your inquiry, the coupon can only be used towards Hasbro board games. The coupon offer includes all Hasbro , Parker Brothers, Milton Bradley and Cranium games with the exception of card games and games produced under license by Winning Moves or USAopoly.
We want to assure you that we are dedicated to maintaining quality products and service. We hope you and your family will continue to enjoy our products for many years to come.
Again, thank you for contacting us.
I agree with Carly. The coupon is meant for games. Mr. Potato Head is a toy.
Just because you picked the “right” cashier who let you get away with it doesn’t mean you should be telling others to abuse this already generous coupon.
Also, stop double dipping. You post deals in the forum looking for thumbs up and then blog the same thing getting whatever credit Boo pays you. And most of the time it’s a repost of information someone else posted first. (And now garbage like this)