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Hot Wheels and The Ultimate Big G Cereal Giveaway

Start your engines with Big G in the morning! Big G cereals have teamed up with Hot Wheels® to make family time at the breakfast table fun, offering collectible Hot Wheels® pullback racers inside specially marked boxes along with a unique access code to the Hot Wheels® Racing Circuit
Starting January 24th, inside each participating cereal box (Cheerios® 14 oz, Cinnamon Toast Crunch® 17 oz, Lucky Charms® 16 oz, Reese’s Puffs® 18 oz, and Cookie Crisp® 15.6 oz), you’ll be able to “gas and go” with one of four custom-designed collectable Hot Wheels® pullback racers. Each car contains a code to unlock an exciting online racing game.

When it comes to meals, breakfast is important in helping kids fuel up for the day and Big G cereals provides a healthy breakfast choice for parents to offer their families. You can feel good about giving your kids a bowl of Big G cereal and they’ll be thanking you for a breakfast that is as tasty as it is fun!
This is the ULTIMATE giveaway according to my kids!!  Not to mention how fun my son and husband hasd decorating the cars. They are pretty cool!  This prize pack includes all their FAVORITES!!
One reader will win:

The “Big G Hot Wheels” gift pack which includes 5 boxes of participating Big G cereals, all with collectible Hot Wheels® pullback racers.
To enter be a follower and tell me your favorite Hot Wheels car, Hot Wheels car story,or your favorite Big G cereal.
Here's my favorite Hot Wheels Memory:
For my 17th Birthday I asked for a car! My brother took that request and I recieved this small gift.  It turned out he bought me a Hot Wheels car.  I guess I should of been more specific, but it was a "cool" looking car and I kept it on my shelf, because it was a really sweet gesture!!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on March 2nd!!
The prize packs and information were all provided  from General Mills and Hot Wheels through MyBlogSpark. All Opinions are my own.


  1. We have a Austin Healey Die cast Car that is the same type Don had in our "younger" days. It sits on our shelves and reminds him of great times.

  2. Yea these are on sale this week and on my grocery list. My kids eat a ton of cereal plus the boys LOVE cars, this will be cool.

  3. Reese's Puffs cereal, do I need to say anything else???!!! It's the perfect little treat when I need something sweet! (hey that rhymes)

  4. Hot Wheels have been in my house for as long as I can remember. Both my boys had fun collecting. My youngest son just got a new Hot Wheels special edition car from the Chicago Auto Show:)

  5. My favorite cereal to this day is Cookie Crisp. Should I admit that? I'm pretty sure I should be into more mature cereals, especially since I'm closer to my 40's than my 20's but I can't help myself. It's my guilty little pleasure!

  6. Hi Tiffanee, What an awesome giveaway! We eat cereal like it's... cereal =o) We love it!!!! And my son loves Hot Wheels. When he was about 2 1/2 one of his favorite Hot Wheels went missing. We searched everywhere for it and couldn't find it anywhere. About 2 months later I found it in the blender! The blender! Silly boy!

  7. I love Reeses Puffs and Cinnamon Toast Crunch! Great giveaway!

  8. I played with Hot Wheels with my brother a ton! I was always the firebirds and camaros. Then I grew up and my first car was a firebird

  9. my fav big g cereal is def lucky charms. ive been eating it since forever

    kastevil [at] msn [dot] com

  10. We love lucky charms at our house and my son loves hot wheels- there are soooo many
    tcogbill at live dot com

  11. I'm with Brandie! My favorite is Cookie Crisp. I could eat that stuff for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Of course, the weight from eating it won't come off as easy now as it did when I was a kid!!



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