Over the years, 3-D toys have been
used as prizes by cereal manufacturers to entice
kids to buy their brands. Here are a few of the
3-D goodies that could be found inside and on
the box or by mail order.
General Mills DeLuxe Clackers Graham Cereal
offered a Bozo the Clown 3-D cartoon viewer.
Post Alpha-Bits cereal had a mail-in offer
for a View-Master viewer with a Super Heroes 3-D
Dinersaurs cereal had a pair of anaglyphic 3-D
glasses to view 3-D art printed on the back of
Nestle Nesquik cereal came with 3-D glasses
and a 3-D adventure on the back of the box.
Nabisco Shredded Wheat 3-D Wild
Nabisco Shredded Wheat included Jaws 3-D glasses
and some pretty scary 3-D images on the box.
Kellog's Rice Krispies with Yo, Yogi 3-D glasses.
Quaker Cap'n Crunch with 3-D Fake Finders glasses.
Quaker Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries with 3-D
Fake Finders glasses.
Weetabix 3-D animal cards and Thrills in 3-D and
mail-in viewer offer. Weetabix VistaScreen viewers
came in at least two colors, red and cream.
Lucky Charms with Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom
Menace 3-D artwork.
Sugar Crisp 3-D glasses with Roy Rogers anaglyphic
Kellogg's Corn Flakes 1941 3-D
stereoscope viewer and cards 25 cent mail-in offer.
Star Trek The Next Generation
Honey Gram Cookies cereal offered six hologram
Honey Nut Cheerios with Garfield
3-D book and glasses.
Puffa Rice with Monkees Flicker Ring.
In the what were they thinking category: Something
Brewery Crunch Berries Milkshake IPA with anaglypic
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