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They’re offering up to ,000 for this  coin you can find in a cereal box.

They’re offering up to $10,000 for this $1 coin you can find in a cereal box.

In 2000, General Mills, the maker of Cheerios, launched a promotional campaign that included: Coins $1 in their boxes. They were known as “Cheerios Dollars” and became highly valued by collectors due to their unique design and special history.

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In 1999, General Mills provided about 5,500 Coins From 1 dollar Sacagawea on Cheerios cereal packages to encourage circulation of this new coin. This marketing strategy caught the attention of coin enthusiasts, who saw these coins as a special opportunity to add a valuable item to their collections.