Wednesday, October 29, 2008

General Mills' Pssst

I recently signed up for General Mills' Pssst after reading about it here and here and here.

Apparently, this program is how General Mills gets the word out to bloggers and regular people about new products. When you sign up, you can get high-value coupons and even free products. First, they sent an email pointing a coupon for $1 off four diet Yoplait cups. Then, I checked out my home page on their site and saw that I had coupons "to email to friends," including this $1.25 off their frozen Grands cinnamon rolls and this Progresso coupon (is that the $1.10 one? I can't see it because it says I already printed it.)

That was all well and good, but I joined this thing to get FREE STUFF. So I was happy today to get an envelop with a coupon for a totally free package of these frozen cinnamon rolls, up to $4.99 value. And it's a real coupon, not an Internet one, so I'll be able to use it anywhere.

Am looking foward to more Pssst freebies. I didn't have to do much of anything to sign up (maybe I had to answer a few questions, but it didn't take long), so it's definitely worth it if you want more coupons including some freebie coupons.


Nicole said...

I've received a few things from them, including a Macaroni Grill pasta kit. I plan to blog about it because it was absolutely delicious! I've told plenty of people about it and stocked up myself.

Just to show that their program works. :)

Team Morris said...


That's $1.10 off ONE can of Progresso! Great blog and thanks for the Q!