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A wise man once said, "There's no such thing as a free lunch." But there is such a thing as a discounted lunch. We found value-sized cereal, a large pizza, a free (yes, free) box of healthy snacks, and more in this week's best food deals.
Is It Worth It?: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this Editor's Choice deal will keep you stocked for weeks (or a few hours, if you eat cereal at Seinfeld-like levels.
Walmart is offering two value-sized (21 oz.) boxes of Kellogg's cereal for $3.88. That includes favorites like Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies, and Fruit Loops. Shipping adds $4.97, but orders of $50 or more bag free shipping.
Is It Worth It?: Free food is even better than cheap food, and healthy free food is the best of all. With coupon code "CTEBOX," you can get your first box of healthy snacks from Graze delivered right to your door for free. This Editor's Choice deal includes options like dried fruits, nuts, homemade granola, and even some chocolates.
Users have to sign up for Graze's subscription service, but can cancel at any time. If the subscription isn't canceled, following boxes will cost $6 each (including shipping).
Is It Worth It?: Bagels are an affordable luxury to begin with, but everything tastes better when it's free. This printable coupon will get you a free bagel and cream cheese with the purchase of any drink.
The offer is available only at participating locations, and not at "colleges, airports, hotels or military bases."
Is It Worth It?: If you've been good with a sensible breakfast and sensible snacks, then you deserve something a little more fun for dinner. Treat yourself to a large two-topping pizza from Pizza Hut, which may hit your waistline, but not your wallet.
At $7.99, this limited-time Editor's Choice deal is $8 below the normal price of the same pizza at Pizza Hut, and is tied with our mention from two weeks ago.
Is It Worth It?: Nothing says "bottomless seafood" quite like a Swedish warehouse of particle board furniture. IKEA is gearing up for their all-you-can-eat Swedish crayfish dinner. It's on August 15, but tickets are available now for IKEA Family Members (it's free to join).
In this Editor's Choice deal, tickets are $9.99 for adults, and $2.49 for children, which matches the offer from last year.