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Report On Kellogg’s Star Trek Movie Promotions March 26, 2009

by John Tenuto , Filed under: Marketing/Promotion,Merchandise,Star Trek (2009 film) , trackback

As previously reported, on of Paramount’s biggest promotional partners for their new Star Trek movie is Kellogg’s. TrekMovie has sent out a special agent to to get a full report on how the new Star Trek appearing across isles at local markets across the country.  

 

Kellogg Reports on Kellogg’s
(as reported by Ensign Kellogg submitted to John Tenuto)

 

She was trusted by Captain Jean Luc Picard on tactical missions of vital importance, such as helping to save Earth in the past in First Contact. Her name: Ensign Kellogg. TrekMovie has asked Picard for permission to assign Kellogg to her most important task: visiting grocery stores on present day Earth and reporting on what Kellogg’s promotional products she uncovers.

 

 

Ensign Kellogg’s Log: Earthdate March 2009
Having been assigned the task of reporting to Star Trek fans about Kellogg’s products, I have been scouring local grocery stores for information. Here is what we know for certain is available, and what Star Trek items are being offered either in the box or for mail-away. 

CEREALS
While I am famous for helping Geordi save Earth during our voyage back in time to stop the Borg, the Kellogg’s company is most famous for its cereal. Star Trek is being featured on almost all varieties. Depending on the cereal, there are one of three offers being promoted.

Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Frosted Mini-wheats, Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops, and Rice Krispies feature a free Beam Me Up Badge inside specially marked packages. There are five varieties, the main Starfleet divisions of science, command, and engineering, a Klingon badge, and a Romulan badge. Each badge lights up like a small flashlight. Again, the box backs are featuring nice images of the USS Enterprise.  [more info on this offer at Kelloggs.com]


Apple Jacks and other cereals offer Star Trek beam up badges (click to enlarge)

On Frosted Krispies there is an offer for a Star Trek tee shirt designed to look like those from the movie, available . Fans could choose between blue or red, and get the shirt by mailing either 9 tokens and an official order form, or 1 token and $9.99.


Frosted Krispies offers Star Trek T-shirts (click to enlarge)

Frosted Flakes (Reduced Sugar) features an offer for a Star Trek 1GB flash drive wristband. Fans could either send in 8 Star Trek tokens from specially marked packaged for a free drive, or mail $7.99 plus 1 token. Drive comes pre-loaded with Star Trek images.


Frosted Flakes offers Star Trek wrist flash drives (click to enlarge)

COOKIES
Keebler E.L. Fudge Double Stuffed Cookies feature the same ST09 1GB flash drive wristband offer as the Frosted Flakes.


E.L. Fudge also offers the flash drive (click to enlarge)

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Fudge Stripes and Keebler Fudge Sticks Cookies features the same 1GB flash drive offer. There is a new picture of the USS Enterprise orbiting a planet on the back of the Stripes packaging.



Keebler Stripes has flash drive offer + nice shot of big E (click to enlarge)

WAFFLES
Star Trek is featured on the boxes for a variety of EGGO Waffles. Fans could send in 2 tokens and $3.99 to get a 3D Warp Speed Plate.  [more info on this offer at Kelloggs.com]



Eggos offer free Star Trek plates (click to enlarge)

POPTARTS
Want to see ST09 for free? Then pick up a family sized PopTart boxes, collect 5 official movie pass vouchers from specially marked packages and mail in for a free ticket. Limitations apply, so be sure to read the details printed inside the box. The PopTart packaging includes a new picture of Uhura. [more info on this offer at Kelloggs.com]



Pop Tarts offer free movie passes (click to enlarge)

MORE TO COME
I have it on good authority from my contacts in Aisle 31 (a grocery store version of Section 31) that there is more to come from Kellogg’s. Don’t be surprised if you see a limited edition Star Trek cereal of its very own. Kellogg out.

 

Thanks to David for his assistance with this report

 

Comments

1. Dr. Image - March 26, 2009

Me need stinking badges!
(1st???)

2. marvin - March 26, 2009

well, that was a detailed report, about cereals…

3. Selor - March 26, 2009

Sadly… non of this is avaible here in Germany ^^

4. I'm dead Jim - March 26, 2009

Me need wrist flash drive! 2nd?

5. Big Mean Jerk - March 26, 2009

Flash drive looks nice. Wonder what quality the shirts will be?

6. Devon Richards - March 26, 2009

Man – I can’t eat that much cereal!!

7. Bennie - March 26, 2009

oh men, are we kids now! Please shoot me…

8. Driver - March 26, 2009

Beam ups are now Badge controlled? No more “Beam me up, Scotty”?

9. BrF - March 26, 2009

I know the ultimate point of movie making is money making — but I still wish we could have a Star Trek film without dragging %$#@! Tony the Tiger into it.

10. Valar1 - March 26, 2009

I just bought my first box of Froot Loops in 30 years, just to get a “beam up badge”- I got the Klingon one, it’s a tiny LED flashlight that emits a red color when you press down on the Klingon symbol. Pretty cool if you’re a kid, I think.

11. Mark T. - March 26, 2009

How ultra geeky I’ll be around the physics department with my official Trek wristband flashdrive!

Sweet!

Wait: do we know if that will fit an ‘adult’ wrist?

12. Chrono - March 26, 2009

Cool flash drive design!

13. Sybok's Secret Brother - March 26, 2009

Mmmmmm… cereal….

14. eli1477 - March 26, 2009

never thought i’d see the day…

15. ARGTREK - March 26, 2009

ZOE looks so gooooddd….drooling all over my keyboard…

16. starfleetmom - March 26, 2009

woot!
I’m off to Vons!!!

17. pixie - March 26, 2009

For me, the real question is whether they’ll have some of this stuff on Canadian release cereals. For example, I REALLY want the t-shirt, but we don’t have Frosted Krispies here.

18. 8of12 - March 26, 2009

I’m 26 and now more excited about cereal box prizes than I ever was as a child.
Yay!

19. spockatatic - March 26, 2009

yes! kellogs and star trek.. the perfect mix!

20. ThePhaige - March 26, 2009

nice pics of the Big E there…..

21. naHQun - March 26, 2009

My wife bought 5 boxes of Froot Loops & 1 box of Reduced-Sugar Frosted Flakes. I got 4 “Engineering” & 1 “Romulan” badge.
I’ll be eating Froot Loops for a while…

22. Liz - March 26, 2009

None of this is at my local grocery store yet. I’ve checked. The eggo minis are tasty..

23. jas_montreal - March 26, 2009

THEIR GREATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT !

24. Shatterhand - March 26, 2009

Ugh, did they all have to be cereals I wouldn’t eat on a bet? Apple Jacks? Frosted Flakes?!? Blech. Oh, well…I’ll buy the boxes, dump the cereals in Zip-Loc bags, bring them to work, and they’ll disappear. My coworkers eat ANYTHING.

Gotsta have that wrist band flash drive! That’s pretty freaking slick.

Oh, and I really like the new US poster. Was wondering when this would finally show up.

25. The Governator - March 26, 2009

Oh, and the cereal boxes have some really nice front images of the big E. Very cool. I don’t see how you can’t like it, but that’s just me.

26. Smitty™ - March 26, 2009

So far the only cereal I found with the Beam Up Badges is Froot Loops.

All have the Klingon badge…

FYI The Beam Up is the LED light when you press the symbol ie a beam of light.

-cs™

27. Hat Rick - March 26, 2009

Flash drive? Flash Gordon, more like it!

(And Star Trek.)

28. Hat Rick - March 26, 2009

Seriously, though — the offers here are cool. It’s nice to know these tie-ins do rock.

29. Crusade2267 - March 26, 2009

Why is all the really cool stuff loaded with the things my wife will never let me buy because they’re loaded with extra sugar!!!

30. Jotin - March 26, 2009

I got my Klingon badge this morning before work. Being only 19 I’ve never had this experience! Its EXCITING!

31. The Governator - March 26, 2009

Once again I am really liking all the marketing going along with the movie.

A little off topic, but AMC reaaally needs to stop showing Nemesis. Its a terrible movie and its not even close to being a movie classic. With Paramount trying to promote a new direction for Star Trek, it doesn’t help that AMC keeps repeatedly showing this embarrassment. Now if they showed something like TWOK, that would be a different story. That’s a movie classic.

Plus, I wish sci-fi (or syfy) would start showing TOS again. Enterprise is ok and I enjoy watching some of its better moments, but you can’t forget the classics!

32. Jotin - March 26, 2009

Ya know, one thing I must say from my point of view being such a young Trekkie is that in all my time being in school I was made fun of for liking Star Trek and I would only find one or two other people in school of 4 thousand that enjoyed Star Trek. Now its just so strange yet amazing that all of the people around me and my friends are like STAR TREK IS GONNA BE AMAZING! I HAVE TO SEE IT. I really never thought I would see the day that all of this stuff is happening….

33. Ampris - March 26, 2009

Frosted Krispies sound fairly disgusting, but for a uniform t-shirt, I’ll make the sacrifice. And who knows, maybe they’ll even taste something like those Razzle Dazzle Rice Krispies of yore. Those were my favorite kind. (A curse upon short-lived promotions.)

And are the pictures not loading for anyone else? This one article doesn’t have any pictures at all.

34. Clinton - March 26, 2009

I want one of those flash drive wrist bands! Gimme! (Oh, and I’ll take the cookies, too!)

35. MONGO - March 26, 2009

Mongo eats all these stuffs. Mongo no think shirt come in Mongo size. Mongo use flash drive for important project file. No laugh. Mongo good with computer. Hands kind of big for keyboard.

36. Captain Dunsel - March 26, 2009

Is Kellogg’s using corn from Iowa?

37. John Gill - March 26, 2009

Looks like I’ll be buying a lot of friggin’ cereal for my nephews… AND THE PRIZES WILL BE MINE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gosh, I have turned into an old fart.

38. raveoned - March 26, 2009

I wanted to get one of the shirts, but it doesn’t look like Frosted Krispies are available in my area (they have a locator on the Kellogg’s site).

HELP!!!!!

39. Holger - March 26, 2009

I like those

40. Michael - March 26, 2009

The badges have NON-REPLACEABLE Batteries, so press on them while ya can till they fade and are dumpster fodder and headed to a landfill near you!
And again, even if you mailed in 5 PopTarts seals in today, the text states it takes 90 days to get your free movie passes…so this will be way past the film’s premiere and on it’s way out in a distant dsicount theater on the outskirts of town or gone entirely!
This promo for sugary cereal is not for those watching their calories, or heavne forbid a diabetic child or adult!

41. Locutus of Alberni - March 26, 2009

I REALLY hope these come to Canada…

42. Sid - March 26, 2009

I must have one of the flash drives.

Unrelated: Ick, blue bussards. I remember they were toying with that for ENT but wisely decided to go with tradition.

43. The Angry Klingon - March 26, 2009

Dont forget the new Dog Food “Tribbles ‘n’ Bits”

44. Will_H - March 26, 2009

God, I do feel like a kid again actually wanting some of the cereal stuff. Then again, its improved a lot since the early 90′s. Back then a color changing spoon was awesome, now we get flash drives.

45. RTC - March 26, 2009

I live near Battle Creek, home of Kellogg’s, and I know some folks who work there. Guess I’d better ramp up those friendships….!

46. thorsten - March 26, 2009

@35…

what, Mongo broke already that touchscreen input thingy thorsten gave him for summer solstice?

47. MONGO - March 26, 2009

Mongo sorry, Thorsten mans. Mongo get excited when see thing on ebay Mongo like.

Duct tape not work to fix, by the way.

48. Stef* - March 26, 2009

I must have these T-Shirts.

1 Token + 9.99$ for each.

I want 4 – blue and red in L and blue and red in XL

That means 39,96 + 4 packages of these teeth miners (you may eat them yourself please, I’m just interested in the Shirts :) + shipping the tokens and order form (to kellogs) + shipping the four shirts to germany. ASAP

Who in US would calculate and do this for me?

49. thorsten - March 26, 2009

@48…

Stef, warum rufst du nicht einfach mal bei Kellogs in Bremen an und fragst ob die was ähnliches planen? Oder die Öffentlichkeitsarbeit von denen soll dir die shirts besorgen.

50. Stef* - March 26, 2009

mmmh …. meinst du, dass das bei uns hier was wird?

Aber du hast recht und Bremen muss ich nichtmal anrufen, da hab ich mal gewohnt und kenne noch genug. *forsch*

51. thorsten - March 26, 2009

Okay, lass mich wissen was die sagen!
;))

52. Stef* - March 26, 2009

mal sehen – hab zumindest schon mal ne mail losgeschickt, zum telefonieren ist es mir jetzt zu spät.

Ich will diese T-Shirts *zappel* :)

53. T'Cal - March 26, 2009

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM! They’re Grrrrrrrreat!

Do the red T-shirts come with phaser burns already on them??

54. J W Wright - March 26, 2009

1 GB usb drive?

Thats some future… not.

too bad they didnt get the 1701′s arrowhead shape right, else those li’l badge toys would be a tad cooler…

what?

no ‘space-fazer ray gun’?

the badge on those shirts emit a special frequency that can only be heard by bullies within a quarter-mile radius… attracts ‘em like mosquitos!

55. MONGO - March 26, 2009

Viel Glück, Stef.

Mongo not really know what you saying. But hope Stef get shirt.

56. thorsten - March 26, 2009

What, Mongo speaks teutontongue?

57. MONGO - March 26, 2009

No, Thorsten mans. Mongo peel off duct tape long enough to try free translate. Mongo know it bad program but Mongo try to play.

Mongo say try to communicate better than no communicate. As long as not know all of people in Jimmy Carter way.
But Mongo like jelly donut.

58. Jesse - March 26, 2009

No yellow shirts, apparently. Darn!

59. krikzil - March 26, 2009

My universal translator is in the shop.

and suddenly I have a craving for frosted flakes….hmm.

60. Kev-1 - March 26, 2009

Tee shirt offer is interesting. Maybe they have yellow but not on the artwork?

61. Darkowski - March 26, 2009

oooooh boy.. I got a feeling I’m gonna have to be on a strict diet after all these cereals….
The flash drive and the t-shirt look nice… and that 3D warp speed plate too!

62. Capt. of the USS Anduril - March 26, 2009

I like that flash drive. Sure I have three or four already, but this one’s Trek! Also, great images of Enterprise, I love the blue bussard collectors. But then, blue is my favorite color. :P

63. Cruz Andronico Fernandez - March 26, 2009

Well, I guess I know were my foodstamps are going this month!

Be sure to keep an eye on QuasiGeek for photos of a shopping cart filled with Kellogg’s products!

http://quasigeek.wordpress.com

64. Mr. Anonymous - March 26, 2009

Aw heck, this is cool.

I’m putting my bid in for an eventual “Star Trek: Lego” videogame :)

65. Jefferies Tuber - March 26, 2009

Anyone who wants to swap badges–ie, you have all Klingons and want a Romulan… converge on Craigslist Los Angeles to trade.

66. Fansince9 - March 26, 2009

Ok, Publix here I come!!!

67. Rhett Coates - March 26, 2009

Yeah, those POP-TART box offers for a Movie Pass might get some serious attention, even if they mail the passes back to us after the Opening Release Date. (I plan to see this picture multiple times in theaters, so it couldn’t hurt to have a Pass or 2 in the current economy.) And I’ve always liked blueberry Pop Tarts, anyway. QU: would those passes for ST XI also cover admission to an IMAX showing?

And about those shirts: where’s the YELLOW COMMAND DIVISION shirt? (I hope that will come soon.) ‘Nothing a high-collared black T-shirt worn underneath won’t complement…. Frosted Krispies, here I come.

68. Christine - March 26, 2009

LOOOOL, I like that Wristband Flash Drive. xD Now that’s somethin’.

69. raveoned - March 26, 2009

Are they selling the Frosted Krispies as only a regional thing? Kellogg’s website doesn’t even have mention of the Trek shirt offer.

70. Mark - March 26, 2009

Nice shots of the Enterprise! She’s growing on me more and more.

A free movie ticket? cool! what’s not to like?

they’ve got the cross promotion on high, which is good. I can’t remember this much promotion for the last Star Trek movie!

It better BE GOOD!

71. T Drake - March 26, 2009

I’m such a geek…I want all this stuff! HAHAHAHA!

72. The Invader (In Color!) - March 26, 2009

I have to say the Enterprise looks really good in those shots on the packaging…

73. CaptainLordBat - March 26, 2009

I work in a grocery store so I saw these a week ago. The first box I got had the Command Insignia! It is now attached to the dashboard of my truck and my wife hates it! Life is good…..

74. Negotiator - March 26, 2009

I’m digging the big E pictures in the packaging. Still not too crazy about the new design though.

How come trekmovie.com hasn’t gotten some kind of “reward” from the movie people after all the free publicity they have provided?

Something like an exclusive big E 3 view reveal or schematics.

An interview with some of the principals including JJ, or a clip?

Perhaps passes to the American premier?

Lord knows they’ve earned it.

75. Christine - March 26, 2009

#73 :: “… The first box I got had the Command Insignia! It is now attached to the dashboard of my truck and my wife hates it! Life is good….. …”

That’s awful!… But kind of funny, too. ^_^;
I know if I were married and in your wife’s place, I’d take it off myself and throw it away. But it’s cool you got it. ;D

TIme to put Kellogg’s cereals on the grocery list.

76. James Heaney - March 26, 2009

John Tenuto, I just saw you quoted in my local paper today. It was really cool–and very weird!

77. penguin44 - March 27, 2009

Looks like I’ll have to trek it in over the border to enjoy these. I hate being Canadian just for this. Gr…

78. John Tenuto - March 27, 2009

#76

Thanks James!

79. CmdrR - March 27, 2009

A Klingon badge, too… eh? Hmmm.

80. MP - March 27, 2009

I want a yellow shirt.

81. Andros - March 27, 2009

Ensign Kellogg, eh?

I’d put my spoon in her bowl if you know what I mean…

I’d drink up her milk if you know what I mean…

I’d pour my cereal all over her…all right I’m done.

82. raveoned - March 27, 2009

I’d like to see her two scoops, if you know what I mean…

83. Michael - March 27, 2009

BEWARE! The Pop Tart mail-away movie passes are ONLY good @ participating theaters, and you have to do a zip code search to locate them. NOT all theaters are honoring them! Not 1 theater in my downtown where I live is, and I have to travel to farther points in the city to see the film, that is if these lesser theater’s still HAVE the film showing in their location well past the first couple opening weeks. See that is the issue I have with this promotion. The film opens May 8th, and the pass promo states AFTER they GET your mail-away enevelope, it takes 90 DAYS to get your passes back by return mail! Do you really think this film will STILL be playing at these selected theaters by the time your passes are rec’vd by you in the mail?
The selected theaters I’m near on the list is only 4-5 and they’re smaller theaters which don’t hold films at there site very long, before the next blockbuster hits. Remember XMan Origins:Wolverine hits the week after Trek, so, there you are.

84. Kirk's Girdle - March 27, 2009

Ensign Kellogg, huh. Is this canon?
*runs out to rent First Contact*

85. Andros - March 27, 2009

@ 84

You can click on the Wiki entry that’s linked.

86. Ampris - March 27, 2009

That ‘free ticket’ doesn’t seem worth it, imo. Unless you were already going to buy five family-size boxes of Pop Tarts, of course; Then hey, you’ve got a free ticket coming. Awesome. But I’m sure it’d cost a lot more to buy all those Tarts than it would to just buy a dang ticket, and you’ve gotta pay postage and wait besides. Who needs that?

I recall back when Star Wars II came out, Post or come cereal company put ticket vouchers straight into the boxes; all you did was buy the cereal and BOOM, you had a ticket. And they were in a cereal that was on sale, too. (But maybe that isn’t the best way to get people to buy tickets. lol.)

87. Author of The Vulcan Neck Pinch for Fathers - March 27, 2009

From the time my dad told me how much he hated A) Star Trek, and b) the fact that I liked it, I *never* thought it would eventually be so freaking COOL….

Wow!

88. Captain Cameron goes Berserk!! - March 27, 2009

#35. MONGO

Where the bloody Hell have you Been?

89. Trekmaster - March 27, 2009

That flash drive looks sweet! And for those asking about sizes of t-shirts (and sizes of the wrist band) you can click on the box back images and get more detailed information. The shirts are available in “ADULT SIZES: S, M, L, and XL”

So, HOPEFULLY, y’all can fit into those. As for the wrist band it is about the same size as a digital watch from Wal-Mart or something along those lines. even if I have to just loop it through my jeans belt loop, I’m getting that thing for my projects at work and my podcast stuff…that’s awesome looking!

90. EFFeX - March 27, 2009

I’m liking that Flash Drive!

91. Cosmic Dumbo - March 27, 2009

Even though I know it’s dumb, I will buy the cereal.

Then again, I am Cosmic Dumbo…so whaddaya expect?

92. Blake Powers - March 27, 2009

That’s making me hungry.

93. Amalak - March 28, 2009

Ordered my shirt today. BTW, a gold command shirt is also available on the actual order form even though it’s not pictured on the box.

94. Justin Toney - March 29, 2009

Hmmm Kelloggs forgot to put the toys in the cereal boxes I got.

Where the heck do you find Frosted Krispies :(

95. Jim - March 29, 2009

It’s unique to find movies such as Star Trek advertised on cereal boxes. Wave of the future, man…

everywearstore.com

96. Michael - March 30, 2009

I went to two main chain stores thsi weekend and found absolutely NOTHING from Kellogg’s or Keebler w/ any new Trek film promos!
I not one Eggo, poptart, cereal or cookie pkg had the new stuff, all had older prior promos. I’ll have to hutn Riteaid pharmacies..as Safeway & QFC near me had zip!

97. trekkiewheels - March 30, 2009

I found the Flash Drive one and Plate NEED to find a shirt one!

98. I'm a Doctor, not a Mechanic - April 7, 2009

Frosted Mini Wheats also offers the Tee shirts. At least, the bite sized ones do~

99. Mr Details - April 13, 2009

Hey…. the Frosted Flakes ad has the Romulan and Klingon badges labeled wrong o.o

100. Merchant of Ferengenar - April 14, 2009

http://www.kelloggs.com/promotions/startrek/

101. paustin - April 17, 2009

saw the flash drive and the “Star Trek” cereal…bought a giant sized Frosted Flakes for the beam up badge…got an engineering one

102. Witmarquzotix - April 21, 2009

I know the shirts are adult sizes, any word on the flash dries?

103. Confusedshopper - April 22, 2009

Someone please answer this?!

The tokens from the cereal has a “C” under the insignia, but the tokens from the keebler’s has a “S.” Does that mean you can’t mix and match the tokens for the different offers?

104. Justin - April 23, 2009

I don’t know about this Kellogg’s/Keebler Star Trek movie ticket promotion. Kellogg’s website says to allow 90 days to receive ticket voucher. Won’t the movie already be long gone from theaters by that point seeing as it comes out in only 3 weeks? That is assuming Kellogg’s takes the full 90 days to send them out

105. FlaTrek - April 24, 2009

The shirts come in Gold, Red and Blue

106. Cereal Killer - April 27, 2009

The Kelloggs Frosted Flakes Gold, basically, send in 8 Proofs of purchase, (a coin cut out off the back) and get it free, or one coin and $7.99 to get it. I know that these are shipping as we speak. I have my coins and entry card, (on the inside of the carton) I’m not sure if any have hit the shelves yet, but I’m sure they will soon.

107. Cassie - April 29, 2009

I lost my form! Oh no! The one on the site does not work for me. Anyone want to scan there’s? Or at least post the address?

I really want the tshirt.

108. Big Mean Jerk - April 30, 2009

Anyone have an actual picture of the shirts yet?

109. supertrekkiessqueeze - May 6, 2009

White cheddar Cheez-it’s have yellow command shirts.

110. Markus McLaughlin - May 8, 2009

How come you can’t order any of those things online with a VIRTUAL token or something? Any items listed on ebay yet???

111. Trek - May 12, 2009

Got the tokens, but the boxes did not have an official order form inside. What the F do I do now? Got to have that shirt.

112. anna taylor - May 14, 2009

I sent in for the one tee and the flash.Waiting to get them.I can remember when i was growing up and watch it.My oldest son grew up with watching star trek.He had the figures and one of there space ships.Want to see the movie.Am working on the other two tees.I collect things like that .Cant wait to see what they look like.Happy.

113. Carolyne S. - May 18, 2009

I don’t hate being Canadian but it is certainly frustrating to know that all these are available in the US and not here. I wish I lived in a city near the border!! It’s frustrating to be so close to the US, yet so far from all these things. I want those t-shirts!!

114. Jim - May 24, 2009

I purchased 2 boxes of Frosted Flakes that had the Badge on the side for my 2 kids and one box had a Romulan Empire badge, the other did not have a badge, thanks Kelloggs (as I stand next to my crying child).

115. JohnnyQuest - June 1, 2009

Picked up the Star Trek cereal at Albertson’s (Southern California) this week. Nothing inside the box, and no tokens or offers on the outside, but hey, it’s STAR TREK FREAKIN’ CEREAL!!! (Basically Lucky Charms, with oat-cereal galaxies and marshmallows shaped like Earth and arrowheads.) Yum!

Next, I’m gettin’ me a red shirt for away missions…
(One token + ten bucks = phaser bait)

116. Tom Black - June 2, 2009

I think people are removing the cereal prizes at retail since they’re in the box but outside the bag of cereal. I saw several open boxes at my local grocery. Just check yours out before you purchase.

117. David - June 9, 2009

Did anyone notice that the shirts are 100% polyester. Any idea how hot and itchy that will be. Polyester is basically woven plastic. And they will never get any more comfortable, no matter how many times you wash them. Don’t get me wrong, I am ordering one right after I type this, but boy do I wish they were cotton or maybe a cotton/rayon mix like those sport workout shirts that are form-fitting and breathe. And yes I will be ordering the Flash drive simply because it looks cool. Nice to see that I am not the only one that thinks the latest Star Trek boom is really cool.

118. Lea - June 20, 2009

I’m still waiting on my shirt I ordered…I t was april 5th when i sent in for it,I think the fogot about me…=/

119. CPT Pike - June 30, 2009

Ive got all the badges but the science. My last 3 boxes had the Command badge (with the star). Ive got more Klingon and Romulan than I can count.

I’ll trade a command, romulan, klingon badge, a Burger King Spock, & Uhura Glass for a Science Badge.

Stores here no longer have any star trek badge boxes anymore.

I do have a science shirt & flash drive ordered. They did cash my checks. The kelloggs websit still says it is pending.

120. Shorty - July 5, 2009

I wanted the Burger King glasses, but I figured they’d take too much room. I’m saving up box tops for the t-shirt, want the USB (also needed one =P), definitely want the badge, may try for the plate, but my parents aren’t going to go for any of this, so I’m on my own. Must go eat the two friggen’ boxes of Cornflakes I bought. They’re not even the small kind! -.-

121. Cpt. Hamilton - July 13, 2009

I got my Shirt on the 3rd and my movie ticket on like may 26th. I used that to see TF2 and boy was that some crap!. My Shirt is really wrinkld at the bottom and I can’t get them out! BTW, mine is command and a captain’s shirt can’t be wrinkled!!!!

122. Cpt. Hamilton - July 13, 2009

Oooo I forgot, my wristband should be here this afternoon, seeing that it was shipped last week on the 8th. It took 4 days for my shirt to get to me from the ship date so I’m just using the same shipping window time frame for the wristband.

123. MissJai08 - July 23, 2009

I got my Wristband on Tuesday =)
It’s the blue one just like the one on the box.
The band is 7 inches so it will fit an adult, it stretches a bit too.

124. chris - September 22, 2009

can anyone shoot me an email with the order form? the link on the site is messed up. If anyone still has a PDF/whatever…

thanks!

chris [at] amidreaming [dot] o r g

125. Em's mom - November 1, 2009

My nine year old daughter filled out the form, enclosed the proof of purchase, and sent her own money to get her dad a Star Trek t-shirt for Father’s Day. Unfortunately she did this as a surprise and since she is only nine she did not know she needed to send a check and not cash. Whoever opened the order stole her $10.00 bill and sent the rest back to her requesting a check for $9.99. She was devastated. She had even enclosed a note asking them to send her back her penny in change. Thanks to the Kelloggs employee who not only stole my daughters money but also stole a little bit of her childish innocence.

126. jared - December 11, 2009

hey you guys.
if any of you happen to read this and have a huge heart
i am in desperate need of a blue medium nylon star trek science tshirt.
it was a costume for a performance and was lost in the subway and is very important to us. i dont have so much time to find a new one. we have a performance in NYC in january but i live in germany. it would be great if someone could sell me theirs or would like to donate ….
please let me know
itsalwaysraining (at) yahoo (dot) com
thanks a lot!!
jared

127. kevin - July 13, 2010

looking to buy a star trek t-shirt (large) yellow or red from the kelloggs movie promotion is missed the deadline to order the shirt and was wonder if anyone has one in decent condition that would like to part with it

please contact me @

chromecut@yahoo.com

put star trek t-shirt in the subject matter
thanks

128. TOM - October 24, 2010

I need the command badge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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