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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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There is a great coupon for B1G1 Special K Original or MultiGrain Oats & Honey Cereal (up to $4.49)! You can score some great deals when you pair this with some current sales.

Here’s how:

1. Go to Special K and click on the heart near the center of the page that says Get Started.
2. Click start your plan.
3. Pick a plan.
4. Pick a date.
5. Click save in the red box in the upper right.
6. Create a new account (this is the only way to get a coupon)
7. Fill out the information and print the coupon. Hit the back button to print it twice.

It is worth the trouble for this coupon!  There are a number of deals coming up that make it great!

Deals to Use this Coupon:

Rite Aid 1/02-1/08:

Buy:
(4) Special K Cereal at $4.79
Use:
(2) B1G1 Special K Coupons
-$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals, 11.4 oz +, RP 1/02
Total = $9.18
Get back a $5 +Up Reward and (4) $1 +Up Rewards
(makes it 4¢ per box)

Target 1/02-1/08

Buy:
(4) Special K Cereal starting at $2.50
Use:
(2) B1G1 Special K Coupons
-$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals (Target coupon), 12 oz + printable
(2) -$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals, 11.4 oz +, RP 1/02
Total: 50¢ per box

Rite Aid 1/09-1/15:

Buy:
(2) Kellogg’s Special K Cereal B1G1 at $4.79
Use:
(1) B1G1 Special K Coupon
Total: 15¢ per box
(the B1G1 coupon is good to $4.49 so you will owe a little bit on these)

Publix 1/05-1/11

Buy:
(4) Special K Cereal B1G1 at $3.89
Use:
(2) B1G1 Special K Coupons
(1) -$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals, 11.4 oz +, RP 1/02
Total:  37¢ per box (or for folks in Florida FREE plus overgage!)

(Thanks, Hip2Save & MyFrugalAdventures!)

    • brandy

      Thanks, for us in the land of true bogo, that's 2 free boxes at Publix.

    • Allyg24

      it's at kroger too. buy 4 @ 2.99 and get $4 off.

      • Bee

        And they would give you $2.99 for each coupon, so it ends up being 4 boxes for $1.98. Not too shabby.

        • Bee

          Well, it also depends on the cashier. I have seen some just push them through for the max coupon value, which is $4.49 so potentially you could make $1.02 off the deal using only the IP coupons. In fact, I think the computer actually allows them to use regular price as opposed to sale price for the BOGO.

        • Jessica

          And, if you used the $1/2 RP 1/02 (on the 2 that you are “buying”) then it would be $.98 for 4 boxes – even better!

      • Caroline

        Most Kroger stores won't let you use an IP BOGO coupon because it has the word free on it. Good luck if you can!

        • Shuterbugg

          myrtle beach krogers allow 2 internet coupns at a time. other than that never had a problem.

      • Nj389

        I did this deal @ Kroger yesterday and they took $3.99 off for each coupon, which I guess was the regular price before sale.

        4 boxes @ 2.99 = $11.96
        -$4 (buy 4 deal)
        -$7.98 coupons
        =(.02)!

        • Amyjkraft

          I just did this deal, too! Gotta love free cereal!

    • Wendy Hensley

      I'm new to all this coupon goodness, can some plz explain the Publix deal for me? lol

      • itismedia

        you buy 4 boxes. Use the B1G1 coupon for two boxes free and then 1/2 on the other two.
        3.89×4=15.56
        15.56- 2 free = 7.78
        7.78 – 1.00/2 = 6.78 or 1.69
        Not sure how she is getting the total down to 1.48 or .37 a box

        • Stoneberrycake

          She calculating the price based on the upcoming B1G1 sale that starts 1/5 or 1/6

          You are calculating based on all 4 boxes being full price and not on sale… if your calculations changed to reflect sale would be:

          1.95×4=7.80
          7.80 – 2 free = 3.90
          3.90-1.00/2 = 2.90 or .73

          Still not .37 but still better than buying at full price… :)

          • Lucy

            If your store accepts Target as a competitor, you could add in 2 of the Target $1/2 coupons to your total. $2.90 – $1 – $1 = $.90 ($.23 each)

            • Bryarsmom

              I like your thinking!!

          • Couponj

            Depends on where you are… Publix in FL with a true BOGO would be
            4 boxes for 7.78
            2 BOGO coupons would take off the 7.78 (each coupon takes off 3.89) making it a Free/Free then the 1/2 coupon gives you a $1 overage if they'll allow it – most will.

    • Bamagrits84

      I've had some issues with the website working correctly so I called Kellog and they will mail you the b1g1 coupon if you ask. I'm still trying to get it to print so I can have 2 coupons.

    • Snellmom

      The Target deal isn't quite right. The price is based upon what type of Special K you buy. The original was $2.50, but the others went up in price, including the MultiGrain Oats & Honey. I think that was like $3.29 (going off the top of my head). I had this coupon from an earlier email sent to me and it wasn't worth doing the Target deal. I will either be doing the Publix or Rite Aid deal next week. My kids LOVE this cereal!

    • Fordman762

      I'm still new to the couponing world, but couldn't the first Rite Aid deal be even better?

      Buy:
      (4) Special K Cereal at $4.79
      Use:
      (2) B1G1 Special K Coupons
      and use (2) $1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals, 11.4 oz +, RP 1/02
      Total = $7.58
      Get back a $5 +Up Reward and (4) $1 +Up Rewards
      (makes it 1.42 money maker when you buy 4 boxes)

      Not sure, that's why I am asking?? Thank you!

      • Michelle

        You would be able to use only 1 of the $1/2 coupons because it applies the two boxes that you are paying for (the other two are free with the B1G1 coupons). So, I think the total you would pay is $8.58 plus tax, and you would get back $9 in UP rewards….so a 42¢ money maker.

      • Bryarsmom

        You could, however, use your two.70 on one Special K IP's to sweeten it up.

      • Anonymous

        To me, next week’s deal is better because there is no risk of not getting the +UPs; some people are reporting they aren’t getting them. You should be able to use 2 $1/2 coupons, though, since you are getting 4 boxes. Some stores might argue that you can’t use a coupon on something that’s free, though.

    • Andrea

      I think the special K is B1G1 in the upcoming ad. So, if you use 2 BOGO coupons, then wouldn't it make all 4 free. And if you use the $1/2 redplum that would be $1.00 overage, correct?

      • Chrissy1216

        Yes, if you are in Florida because it is true bogo. Also, if your store accepts Target and allows overage, you can use (2) $1/2 Special K cereal Target coupon along with what you posted and make a total of $3 overage.

    • Travisanddanielle

      I can't get the coupon to print and have tried several times. I have created a new account and everything. What am I doing wrong?

      • Bamagrits84

        Nothing. there website has been hit and miss since i first tried yesterday. you can call them and they will mail you the coupon or try again in a few hours.

      • Bamabobbie

        Did the same thing and cannot get it to work.

      • Ivajean

        You have to check the two boxes (for the two coupons) in order for them to print. I failed to do this the first time and had to go back and check the boxes.

    • merry couponer

      what about harris teeter?

      • Laura

        They don't accept internet coupons for free items, even if you are buying an item to get that free item.

    • 2boysnsports

      At Publix, the B1G1 deal would show the item at 1/2 price on the receipt, right? So you'd only get that amount on the B1G1 Q?

    • Crwcfw

      Make sure you create a NEW account.

      • Shop Now

        FWIW, my regular account worked after I selected a plan, THEN logged in.

    • Tania

      I've tried multiple times and still cannot get this to work for me. It says “claim your coupon” and then redirects me back to the “select your plan” page. Anyone else having this problem??? Any suggestions???

      • Tania

        FINALLY got it to print! Yay!!!! Thanks for the tip to create a new account, that seemed to be my problem! :)

      • Rtgirl734

        I had the same problem. I can't get the coupon to print. It send me back to the “select your plan page”.

    • wendyc33

      fyi I finally get this coupon to print, and I hit the stop button to soon before it prints.
      it prints a whole page,and the coupon is at the bottom of the page. So if u finally get it to print, dont hit the stop button.

    • wolverinehokie

      The Rite Aid deal doesn't look right to me. For the $1 +UP, it's for 2 items purchased so you should only get back (2) $1 +UP. Also, I'm not sure if the cereal counts towards the Special K $5 +UP. It seems to me like if it counted for the $5 +UP, it would also count for the B1G1 deal, but I don't think it does since that is not listed. If anyone tries the Rite Aid deal, please let me know. I'm curious how it works.

      • Flitterfly28

        I did this at Rite Aid yesterday, it was not part of the ad b1g1 free sale, I used two b1g1 free coupons, and 1 $1/2 owed $8 and change(no tax on food here) and 9 UP rewards printed.

    • Isn't this even a Buy & Save item at Rite Aid? Not sure.

      • Flitterfly28

        yes I got full credit for all 4 boxes toward the 20 UP when you spend $100

        • grace

          Are the cereal boxes part of the deal for the $5 Up in Rite Aid?

    • Rlynn103

      Aren't cereal boxes at drug stores typically smaller than grocery stores? Just wondering if I should do this deal at RiteAid or Target!

    • Karen

      Just got back from Bi-lo and they were putting Special K out on an endcap…that usually means they will be on sale starting tomorrow. Just FYI, I don't know what the deal will be but hopefully BOGOF.

      • Mjsizzle

        Karen the sale coming up is 2/$5.00 on the Special K cereal, but they also have the water mixers, bars, shakes on sale, when u buy 4 of the items u get 10 cents per gallon on u'r card. Hope this helps everyone choose which they want to do this week :)

    • Lorettaj58

      Isnt working for me!!!!!!!

    • heather

      Yeah I got two!! Thank you Jenny :)

    • Clh7356

      Isn't there an HT promotion going on where you buy 4 special k products and get one free?

      • Laura

        Starting tomorrow, there is the HT deal, but HT doesn't accept any type of FREE internet printables.

    • Mosketti

      I just got done filling out the information and it printed off a BOGO coupon for me for the cereal. No $1.00 coupon:(

      • wasthere0909

        the $1 coupon is in the Red Plum newpaper insert from Jan 2.

    • Allison

      I have a question. Ok at publix. the cereal is buy one get one free. So, 4 boxes before coupons is 7.78. (since two boxes are 3.89) Here is where i get confused.. Since they are already buy one get one free at publix for the store sale. Will they let me use the two buy one get one free coupons? Because if they do it is going to be free right?

      I am new to couponing and this is confusing!

      Thanks!

      • Maria

        I’m confused, too! I agree, in AL the B1G1 is like 50% off. So you get a box of special K for 1.95 (1/2 of 3.89). Then use a B1G1 and get another box for free. Then use $1/2, and pay .95 total? Is that the way it works? If so, could we use the $1/2 printable coupon from target.com in addition (because it is a store coupon)? Then they would all be free! Maybe?

      • Save1moredollar

        I'm in FL and you have to buy 2 of the Buy 1, Get 1 deals. So, when you buy 4 boxes of cereal with this deal, it's like Publix is paying for 2 of them. With these manufacturers coupons, the Manufacturer is paying for the other 2.

        I did this with a cheese deal a few months ago. The cashier told me “they're already BOGO, do you just want to save your coupon for another time?” I told her no, and explained the way they work. She was surprised and said she didn't know about that policy, but scanned the coupons without drama. The coupons worked. :-)

        I guess in other states, Publix BOGO's are really more like 50% off deals, so the get one free coupons work as a “buy 1 at 50% off, get one free”

      • grace

        Allison, in Publix, when it is buy one, get one free, the price of the item becomes half of the original price. So in this case, you use the bogo coupons and get 4 cereals boxes and then you use the $1 off 2, for the other 2 boxes (which were not free). You get 4 boxes total for 2.89. 2 are free, the other two are less by .50 cents each. Did I just confuse you more? I hope not. If you do not have the $1 off coupon, you get the 4 for 3.89

    • Sharwinberry

      was able to print 2 coupons – that's 2 free boxes!!

    • colleen

      okay, i'm in florida, so i get that the boxes would be free if i use the b1g1 coupons. what happens if i use the rp coupons, too? since the cereal is already free, does the extra $1 come off of other groceries?

      • yes, any overage you acrue comes off of other groceries, they will not give you $ back.

    • Peggy

      In reference to the Publix calculation please clarify how many boxes of cereal am I taking away. Am I buying (4) boxes of cereal using two B1G1 or am I buying eight boxes taking advantage of (4) B1G1 deals?
      Also does the B1G1 coupon from Special K give me four more boxes or do the two 4.49 coupons simply lower the original purchase. I simply can't ge the math to work for me as reflected.
      Thanks!

    • Staceybyrd

      I was able to get my 2 coupons for 2 free boxes!!! This week CVS is running some of the Kellogg's cereals for 3 for $10 with $4 back in ECB (would take it down to $2 per box) …this could make a great deal too!

      • Staceybyrd

        Jenny, is there any way you could work up a “deal” using the CVS Kellogs sale going on?

      • Bryarsmom

        Not good enough…hold em and get em free at Rite Aid beginning 1/9.

      • Elyn Blackman

        I have a 4 off 20 that I might be able to turn into something at CVS with this deal.

    • colleen

      the way i understand it, you'd get four free boxes? not sure i have that right until i try it. that's why i was wondering about the additional rp coupons

    • Amy

      I couldn't get these to print. It kept taking me in circles.

    • Xxplumcrazeexx

      You can use the target coupon for special k at publix too to make it an even sweeter deal.

    • Krista

      Thank you, Jenny, for the good instructions on how to get the coupon. I had tried this over and over, and wasn't able to until I read your post. Thanks!!

    • Nancy

      Ugh! Went to all the trouble of signing up for Special K challenge and could not get coupon to print. Frustrating….

    • Ritagw

      I too had trouble until I followed your directions. Thanks!

    • Gabriela

      How did Jenny come up with .37 cents per box?
      This is what I came up with:
      Publix b1g1 3.89
      Buy 4
      2 b1g1 man. coupon + 1 1/2 coupon. (2.89 total)
      If you divide 2.89 per 4 it will be .72c per box, right?
      Am I missing something?

      • Guest

        I agree I find the math off also. If I use the Target coupon and RP I get .47 cents a box.

      • 3monkeysmom

        I'm coming up with 72 cents, too. If your Publix accepts Target as a competitor, then you can get it for 47 cents per box if you stack the Target q.

        • ChristyMy

          If you buy 4 boxes, can you use 2 of the Target $1/2 coupons? I understand why you can only use 1 of the manufacturer $1/2 coupons but I was wondering if using 2 of the competitor coupons would be ok.

          • 3monkeysmom

            Depends on your store. Mine will only accept 1 Target q per “like” item. So whether I have 1 or 6 of something, I can still only use 1 Target q. Other stores may be more lenient about it, though. You may want to ask a manager or someone at customer service before you shop, just to make sure :)

            • ChristyMy

              Thanks! :)

            • 3monkeysmom

              You're welcome :) Hope it works out for you!

      • Bryarsmom

        You could choose to use the .70 cent Q's if they have the new Cinnamon Pecan variety for a bigger savings :)

    • Caroline

      Thanks for the step by step instructions. I must have created 6 plans last night trying to figure out how to get it to print. Creating a new profile worked! Can't wait to go to Rite Aid tomorrow. I was all set to go today and just use my $1/2 coupons. Can't wait to combine one of those with these two! Thanks for all you do!

    • melissa

      I was told that rite aid doesnt accept target coupons. does anybody know if thats actually policy???

      • Mhuston77

        my rite aid (suwanee, ga) does not take any competitor coupons from anyone. they only accept their coupons plus manufacturer. it stinks!

    • Triplettk

      I just checked the Rite Aid ad for this week (again) and don't see anything matching the +UPs mentioned here for the Special K deal? The only one I see is $1 + UP when you buy two Kellogg's cereals at $2.50. Where is the $5 + UP and $1 + UP per box coming from?

      • meme

        Unless the cereal will generate an unadvertised $5 UP reward, it is not a part of the $5 Up wyb $15 Special K products. The products included in this deal are Shakes 4 pk, Protein Meal Bars 6 pk, and Protein Water Mix 7 pack. It would be nice to be wrong on this, but my paper doesn't mention cereal in this particular deal.

        In fact, the ad for $1/2 Up is for other Kellogg's cereals and Kashi cereal. Ad on the front page. If you see another ad, please advise. Thanks

        • 3monkeysmom

          I'm not sure where this deal is advertised because there isn't anything in my ad either BUT I did this deal twice today and both times I got the $5 UP and the (4)$1 UPs.
          They also count toward the $20 Resolution Reward UP :)

    • melissa

      Can we do this at rite aid next week?
      And if so, what would the total be???

      Rite Aid 1/09-1/15:

      (4) Special K Cereal at $4.79
      Use:
      (2) B1G1 Special K Coupons
      -$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals, 11.4 oz +, RP 1/02

      • ChrissyPunkin

        That's what I'm going to do. It should give you $.85 overage, so make sure you're buying something else with it. Also, if you have silver (10%) or gold (20%) status, I've noticed that the register will take the discount off the top even for B1G1s–making the deal even sweeter. Apparently, you should also get a $1 +UP for each box. Woo hoo! I hope it works. :-) Oh, and it counts toward the Resolution reward.

    • Megan6789

      I am new to this as well…quick question can you use more than 1 type of coupon at places on the same item…for example can I use the B1G1 coupon plus a circular coupon on Special K?? Or could I only use one of those??

    • Janice

      As Shop Now said below, I was able to sign up and get both coupons by setting up my plan first and then signing in to my account.

    • Jennifer

      What about using these coupons at Harris Teeter this week for their Special K deal?

      • KK

        I tried they wouldnt take mine, they said they do not take printable coupons for free items :(

    • Ashleyteasley

      Just went to my Rite Aid in Dalton, GA tonight, and they have the blueberry, red berry, and chocolate Special K's 25% off!!! Look for these at yours. So I bought 1 blueberry, 1 red berry, and got 2 of the originals, for $8.12 AND got the $9 +ups too! So I made 88 cents on it! Would have been even better if I hadn't forgot my $1/2 coupon at home :( Great save even though! Blows my mind when they pay me to take their stuff lol

    • babaofbwood

      Help…I only have one B1G1 coupon…I'm getting ready to go to Publix..what should I do? Can I still use a $1/2 coupon?

      • ChrissyPunkin

        Maybe this is too late, but you should be able to since you are getting two boxes. Just make sure you have other stuff in your order for the overage.

    • Firegirl1168

      Hi I got a few REDBOX coupon codes for a nominal fee.More than worth it on the deals firegirl1168@aol.com

    • Cocopahcoupon

      For all those people having problems with the BOGO offer from Kelloggs I resolved it by installing Safari as a browser option on my PC. Goes faster the MS Explorer too! Then went in to Target and did the registration thing and printed my coupons (2) remember to arrow back and print the second coupon.

      • Cocopahcoupon

        Sorry that was went into Specialk.com

    • Boldingc1

      I filled out all the information and when I click “Print Coupon” it just takes me to chaning my nutrition plan. Any Ideas?

      • Holliejolly

        It did that to me also. I left the site and signed in again and it let me start over and it worked.

      • ChrissyPunkin

        Make sure you are registering with a new name that you haven't used before.

    • Nigel C

      OK – just been to Publix FL and picked up my 4 boxes of original Special K.
      $3.99 x 4 = $15.96 – (2) free B1G1 = $7.98
      Used (2) coupons from Special K site B1G1
      -$3.99 x 2 = -$7.98
      Total Bill = $0
      Didn't even need my $1/2 target coupons
      Yeah!!!!!!!!!

      • ChrissyPunkin

        Next time, if you buy something else with it, you can use the $1/2 coupons and that will go toward the rest of your order. Some stores won't let you do that, but many do.

      • Nancy

        but it you used your $/2 target coupons you would have $1 overage that would pay for something else you bought.. that's how you can get your total bill way down!

    • Bryarsmom

      I did the RA deal on the Special K last night. Bought 4.It worked PREFECTLY! The $5. Up and 4-$1. Up's printed.

    • stacey

      can you use more than 1 manufacturers coupon on the sam item….if they are different amounts?

      • ChrissyPunkin

        No. Now, some of the video values coupons say “manufacturers,” but they are actually store coupons. You can use a manu. and video values on the same item.

    • Sunfun94

      I didnt have to create a new account for Kelloggs to get the coupon, I just had to sign in! :o)

    • Rose4275

      I’m confused. I only had 2 b1g1 coupons. I bought 4 boxes, plus a regular bag of peanut butter dove chocolates and 2/$2 hershey bars. I paid $4.36 oop, but only got back 3 $1 rewards. It says they are for purchasing food snacks. Now what do I do??

    • Nmiller_2007

      I used mine at Kroger today. They have -$4 off when you buy 4 boxes. They were on sale for 1.99 a box. B1G1 totaled .50 a box= 2.00 for 4 boxes

    • Linden

      I went to my rite aid and there was no tag on the cereal that said it would give me $1 Up Reward and the cashier did not think that the cereal was included in the $5 up reward for $15 purchased, but I tried it anyway and it worked! I bought 4 boxes of cereal, used my $1 off 3 boxes first, then used my 2 b1g1 coupons and I spent 9.15 and got back $9 in Up rewards. Also, they go toward the buy and save total so now I am up to $56 out of the $100 that I need to get a $20 rebate and out of pocket I have spent $16 over the past 2 weeks. Fun!

      • Etnekoi

        My rite aid also has no tag regarding $5 up reward for $15 purchases and it doesn't work for me. Only 4 $1 up reward were print out after I purchase 4 boxes :(

        I went to Rite Aid first and come back with empty hand because of no tag indicate $5 up reward. However, when I checked the reply here, I do see some people like you got it, so I just went there again and it just didn't work for me. Maybe that's local up reward instead of national one, so it doesn't print the $5 up reward for West Coast.

        • ChrissyPunkin

          I'm going to try it next week for this very reason. Every time I'm not sure if the +UP rewards will print or not, they don't. If there is no sign, there's not much the cashier can do for you. I'm sorry that happened to you.

    • really annoyed

      The manager at the Publix I frequent would not let me do this deal. I discussed it with her and she ended up letting me use one of the Kelloggs coupons. She agrgued that I had not bought anything so I couldn't get anything for free. She went on to say that Publix doesn't have a coupon policy at this time. I will be going to a different Publix from now on, I don't believe her or am I wrong.

      • Holliejolly

        Our Publix will not let you have a negative balance. But you can buy other groceries and these coupons will help pay for them.

      • Nanleigh10

        Same thing happened to me. I have used BIGI coupons at other stores when they advertised BIGI and I got them free. I paid $3.89 for 4 boxes, which is a good price, but free would have been better. I also think that the cashier did not scan 2 of my coupons – the printed ones tend to stick together. I think I will count my coupons from now on and look at the receipt before I leave the cash register.

        • ChrissyPunkin

          I always hand them to the cashier one at a time (or two at a time if they are for the same item) to make sure this doesn't happen. It also gives me a chance to double check that I actually got that item.

    • Food Lion today:

      Got 5 boxes of Special K at $2.50 each
      Used two B1G1 which took off $3.29 each (rang up at regular price)
      Used another .75 cent off coupon
      Food Lion special = Buy 4 boxes Special K get 1 gallon Smart Choice Orange Juice

      Totals: 5 boxes of Special K, 1 gallon orange juice $5.12

    • Nichols_again

      Can I buy 4 boxes at Rite Aid and use (2) b1g1? We go through TONS of cereal in this house.

      • ChrissyPunkin

        That's what I'm going to do next week, and it should work.

    • 3monkeysmom

      I just read on iheartriteaid that the $1 UP that is printing with each box is supposedly running through 1/22. That will make this a moneymaker starting this Sunday with the BOGO sale:)
      If you have 2 BOGO coupons, you'll pay 60 cents (coupon only goes up to $4.49) and get $4 in UPs back!! Profit of $3.40

      • Kim

        i just couldn't get that BOGO coupon. I tried to sign up for that specialK program but it just ain't workin. Can u please help tnx

        • Amyscmc

          Someone else suggested using the Safari browser & this did just work for me. I did have to re-register w/ a new name & re-do the survey but the coupons did print & they didn't when I tried the other day using FF. Hope it helps.

        • ChrissyPunkin

          I had the same problem and I did the same thing as amyscmc says. It was like a big circle, and I just kept coming back to the same thing. After you save your “plan,” you have to register with a new user name that you've never used before. That's what worked for me.

    • Mamaberry

      $3 moneymaker here in FL stores, if they take Target q's!! Yeah!! LOVE these deals. They make my budget soooooooo much easier! ($250/mo for a family of 5 is not too shabby when you have these to fall back on!! :)

    • Kristin

      I did this week — I paid 3.94 for 4 boxes (including tax) after using 2 BOGO mfr, 2 $1/2 mfr coupons, and 4 UP rewards. I also got 9 more UP rewards for next week! Not bad, plus they all went towards the $20 resolution rewards total!

    • daisysmom

      kelloggs let me print 2 more of the bogo! i got four boxes yesterday at 3.99 b1g1 at publix
      i used
      2 b1g1 coupons
      2 target coupons 1/2
      2 manufactured 1/2

      for a 4 dollar profit! :) (the cashier gave me the 3.99 credit instead of sale credit on coupons)

      • Lilnascar97

        I am going to try this today. Hopefully they don't give me a hard time. So awesome! haha

    • amy

      I am confused!! I just went to publix. I bought 4 boxes of the cereal. I used 2 of the b1g1 coupons. it was already B1g1 though- so how does that work??? my cashier said i couldnt do it. i said I could( but honestly I was confused too!) lol, the manager came over and said just take whatever she has- she didn't even look at it! he even took 2 of my $1/2 coupons! so….did I just make $2??? I live in florida by the way. did I do this right??

      • ChrissyPunkin

        Yes, you made $2. Good job! If you live in Florida, you pay full price for one box and the second box is free. Publix is paying for that second box. By using the B1G1 coupon, the manufacturer pays for the first box so that one is also free to you. Then, by using the save $1/2 coupons, you made $1 on each pair to go toward your other groceries. Isn't it fun? The rest of us get each item for half price, so it doesn't work out as well on B1G1s.

        • amy

          thank you!!! i finally understand and now i can explain it to the cashier next time. lol

          • Birdy

            It is confusing sometimes, especially when the cashiers give you a hard time about it… Sometimes they act like you are taking money out of their pocket by using a coupon!! I live in Fl too and usually Publix is GREAT about taking coupons. If the cashier gives me a hard time, the manager ALWAYS gives it to me LoL :o)

    • Soccerstud_3

      its the up rewards you are not taking into account

    • Loverly642

      Will the $5 for the $15 special K purchase still print for tomorrow or do I need to rush out tonight for this deal?

    • Hoopsternjrb

      when Publix has buy one get one free deal.. you are actually buying 2 products they are just giving you 1 of them for free. So your manufacture coupon buy one get one free gives you the one you paid for for free also, so you should get 2 of them totally free. If you have two buy one get one free coupons you would get 4 boxes total for free.. That is why when other things are buy one get one free if you have manufacture coupon for $1 off 2 items you can use it even though Publix giving you one for free you actually got 2 items.

    • Smartforgood

      The Rite Aid deal for Special K has been great! Some of the cashiers have not read the coupon clearly and gave them to us for free. Then you get $1.00 for each box you buy. Meaning use 1 coupon for the 2 boxes and get $2.00 in UP Rewards. Krogers here also still has the SoftSoap on sale for .88 a bottle and using the .35 cent coupon doubling to .70 you get a bottle for .18 cents
      I'm starting to love this site!

      • Nita Royal

        When you say “cashiers have not read the coupon clearly”….are you telling us that you didn't buy what the coupon was actually for? I hope I'm misunderstanding your post, since that would be fraud.

    • Bwanas

      publix here (pensacola fl mobile hwy) won't let you use a buy 1 get 1 free coupon on something that is already b1g1 you have to pay for at least 1 .So with the special k if you use the b1g1 coupon it costs 3.89 to get 4 boxes al though they were 4.03 the other day

    • Smith Jen86

      I tried this yesterday and it really worked. I was a little confused on how it four boxes of cereal would be free (I live in Florida) but after reading all the comments it really helped me understand. I used the two special K coupons plus tow dollar off coupons plus a Special K coupon for a specific flavor of this cereal that I just happen to like. I ended up getting 2.70 towards my groceries with these coupons! For this grocery trip I ended up getting 43.00 worth of groceries for about 19.00. Thanks for all the tips!