Bonus Box Tops At Walmart To Help Your Child’s School Earn More Money

Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on behalf of General Mills / Walmart.  This is a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way. 


As a homeschooler one would think you would get a tax break or other savings perks but you don’t. It can get pretty expensive especially when you are homeschooling several children. This year our homeschooling price tag is even higher as we have joined an amazing homeschool community where my kids will be taking classical learning classes. So last week when my family went to our homeschool community orientation I was thrilled to hear that they use Box Tops!  Families are buying, clipping and saving them which happens to be our main source of fundraising. 

General Mills, Box Tops, Walmart

Our classes are held one day a week for a full day which means I need to pack my kids and I lunches.  So I headed to Walmart to get some items to put in their lunches. As I walked up and down the aisles I noticed that some of the General Mills products are offering 5 bonus Box Tops!  Of coarse I want to help our homeschool community so I decided to choose these products specifically.

General Mills,  Box Tops, Walmart

Box Tops are on hundreds of products but Walmart is offering 5 Box Tops on specially marked boxes. Each Box Top is  normally worth $0.10 towards kid’s schools but with the bonus Box Tops they are $0.40! That is  more than triple a normal Box Top! 

GM at register use

I let my kids pick out a few of their favorites; Nature Valley granola bars and GoGurt for their lunches and Reese’s Puffs cereal for breakfast, while they enjoy these products I am clipping and adding them to our pile of Box Tops to turn into our homeschool director.  Box Tops are used towards our facility and supply fee’s for our group. With 64 children this definitely helps! Not only is my family contributing but I have other family members clipping their Box Tops for me so I can use them too! 


Have you purchased the bonus Box Tops at Walmart? If not look for specially marked boxes and earn cash for your child’s school! 


Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on behalf of General Mills / Walmart.  This is a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.     


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General MillsĀ®. The opinions and text are all mine.



  1. Box tops are awesome, double box top are even better!! I love this program!! We collect them for our school.

  2. I like the idea of the Box Tops. I like that its a win win win situation where the schools , kids and parents benefit form this

  3. Box Tops is a great program. I love when you can double the Box Tops. We collect enough to fill our jar then give them to the school.

  4. Wow, now is a great time to get collecting. That bonus will go a long way toward helping schools.

  5. Box tops are so important! I love when I see extra ones on packages.

  6. look at your wee ones – too adorable! I used to be a box tops coordinator for my son’s school – loads of benefits to any school who participates!!

  7. I love that box tops can help so many different people. We used to save soup can labels.

  8. I keep forgetting about box tops. I need to start saving those for my kids schools!!

  9. I love the idea of box tops. I wish we did it here in Canada. Such a wonderful idea. This is really great

  10. I like the idea of the Box Tops and this is important to me

  11. Box Tops are such a fantastic way to support our schools. We’ve been collecting them since our first daughter was born.

  12. sharon phillips says:

    Bonus Box Tops. How awesome is that. Great way to save them an save.

  13. I commented above but wanted to visit here too. We just started using products at Walmart for Box Tops. It’s my second year with a kid in school so it makes an impact!

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