Special K Granola Bars Coupon (And Deals)

Right now you can print a coupon for $0.75 off 1 Kellogg’s Special K Granola Bars.

These are a new product so they should be on sale all over the place.

Speaking of “all over the place”:

Walgreens- Starting 5/6
Buy (2) Kelloggs Special K Granola Bars $5.00
Use (2) $.75/1 Kelloggs Special K Coupon
Pay $3.50
Get $2.00 RR
$.75 each after coupon and RR

Rite Aid- Starting 4/29/12
Buy (3) Kelloggs Special K Granola Bars $9.99
Use (3) $.75/1 Kelloggs Special K Granola Bars Coupon
Pay $6.00
Get $3.00 UPR
$3.75 or $1.25 each after coupons and UPR

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  1. Yvonne says

    I just came from Target where I tried to use my RP $7 off Zyrtec coupon and a cash register printed Target coupon for an additional $2 off Zyrtec. The pharmacist told me there was a new coupon policy and I coulnd’t use both. She then asked which one did I want to use? Seriously- between $7 off and $2 off- do you really need to ask? After the transaction I was upset and ready to take my coupons and go home! I had additional shopping to do but it also involved stacking mfr and Target coupons. On my way out, I stopped by a cashier who was not busy at the time and asked when the policy changed. She said it had not changed and I should be allowed to use both. She very graciously took my coupon and gave me back $2 cash. By her doing that, I turned around and continued my shopping trip. I’m so glad I asked.