Cinnamon Toast Crunch Giving Away One Million Boxes of Cereal

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There’s noting better than a bowl of cereal for breakfast unless of that cereal was totally free. Cinnamon Toast Crunch announced that they will be giving away up to one million free boxes of cereal via rebate during the month of September to thank fans for making Cinnamon Toast Crunch one of America’s favorite cereals. Fans can visit throughout September to claim their free box via rebate.

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“There are a million reasons to love Cinnamon Toast Crunch, so giving away one million boxes via rebate to celebrate its epic cinnamon taste was only natural,” said Mindy Murray, senior brand experience manager for Cinnamon Toast Crunch. “After all, the only thing that tastes better than CTC, is free CTC.”

Now through Sept. 30, fans can purchase a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch online or in-store and receive a rebate for the cost of the box (up to $6.50, excluding taxes) when they visit and upload their receipt. Fans can redeem the rebate for both in-store and online purchases of Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Offer limited to one refund per name, family, address, or household. Offer good in the USA and DC, its territories, and military addresses except RI, CT, ND, and Miami-Dade County where taxed, regulated, void or prohibited.

To announce the promotion, the brand teamed up with the stars of one of the top family-friendly YouTube channels, Collins and Devan Key, who surprised fans with a CTC-inspired prank on TikTok. Huge fans of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Collins and Devan jumped at the chance to transform themselves into a disguised CTC box, sharing the one million boxes news with unsuspecting friends.

To learn more about the Cinnamon Toast Crunch, how to claim your free box via rebate and complete terms and conditions, please visit

—Jennifer Swartvagher

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