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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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Here are all the deals that started today at Commissary stores across the US. If you find any deals in the store not listed please share it below, including any new military coupons!

For coupon policies and details on getting actual prices look at the box on the right.

Regional Grocery

  • Ocean Spray Single Serve Juice 12 oz, 4-pack, 36% off
  • Del Monte Ketchup, 24 oz, 44% off
  • Mazola Corn Oil, 40 oz, 43% off
  • Campbell’s Condensed Soup (Chicken Noodle or Tomato), 10.75 oz, 38% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed soup, excl Great for Cooking printable
  • Regional Fridge or FrozenSteak Umm Beef Slices, 21 oz, 37% off
  • Kraft Parmesan Cheese, 8 oz, 45% off

Grocery

  • Van Camp’s Baked Beans, 28 oz, 41% off
    Commissary Store Coupon -$1/4 VanCamp’s baked beans or pork & beans, (Commissary coupon) printable
  • General Mills Cereals, 10-14 oz, 39-41% off
    (Cheerios Varieties, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Cocoa Puffs)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.85/1 General Mills Multi-Grain Cheerios cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.10/3 General Mills Basic 4, Cheerios, Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Dora the Explorer, Fiber One, Golden Grahams, Honey Nut Clusters, Kix, Lucky Charms, Oatmeal Crisp, Raisin Nut Bran, Reese’s Puffs, Total, Trix or Wheaties cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills Basic 4, Cheerios, Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Dora the Explorer, Fiber One, Golden Grahams, Honey Nut Clusters, Kix, Lucky Charms, Oatmeal Crisp, Raisin Nut Bran, Reese’s Puffs, Total, Trix or Wheaties cereals printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Multi-Grain Cheerios cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Original Cheerios cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.25/2 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch 17 oz, Lucky Charms 16 oz, Reese’s Puffs 18 oz, Honey Nut Cheerios 17 oz, Trix 14.8 oz, or Cocoa Puffs 16.5 oz printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 General Mills Original Cheerios cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.75/2 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch 17 oz, Lucky Charms 16 oz, Reese’s Puffs 18 oz, Honey Nut Cheerios 17 oz, Trix 14.8 oz, Cocoa Puffs 16.5 oz printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills cereals, SS 4/22
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Boo Berry, Cinnamon or Frosted Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Count Chocula, Dora the Explorer, Franken Berry, Golden Grahams, Kix, Lucky Charms, Reese’s Puffs or Trix cereals printable
  • Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal, 14.5 oz, 41% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Post Honey Bunches of Oats cereal (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Post Honey Bunches of Oats cereal, 13-14.5 oz, Lowes Foods Spring Savings booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Post Honey Bunches of Oats Fruit Blends cereal, 18 oz +, (zip 90210) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.10 off Post Honey Bunches of Oats Fruit Blends printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Post Honey Bunches of Oats Fruit Blends cereal, 18 oz + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Post Honey Bunches of Oats cereal, 12 oz + printable
  • Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper, 4.7-6 oz, 46% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Betty Crocker Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken Helper printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper, SS 4/22
  • Ocean Spray Juice, 64 oz, 34% off
  • Kraft Mayonnaise, 22 oz, 40% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, max $3.25, (Military only – register or sign in) printable
  • Pace Picante Sauce or Salsa, 16 oz, 34% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pace product printable
  • Old El Paso Mexican Seasoning Mixes, 1 oz, 42% off
  • Betty Crocker Pasta Salad, 7.75 oz, 51% off
  • Campbell’s Pork and Beans, 11 oz, 38% off
  • KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce, 18 oz, 35% off
  • Gatorade and G2 Sport Drink, 32 oz, 40% off

Fridge or Frozen

  • Kraft Cheese Singles, 10.7-12 oz, 35% off
  • Coleson Whole Tilapia, 16 oz, 50% off
  • Aunt Jemima French Toast and Pancakes, 12.5-14.8 oz, 47% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Aunt Jemima frozen pancake, waffle or french toast (Facebook) printable
  • Brown N Serve Sausage Links, 6.4 oz, 35% off

Household

  • Purex Liquid Detergent, 33 load/50 oz, 47% off
  • Purex Fabric Softener Sheets, 52 load/44 oz, 47% off
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    • Mary

      Our commissary does not take computer printed coupons

      • Guest

        Which commissary do you use?  Thx.

      • sweets4tj

        The one at Ft. Stewart does.

      • Cj

        I would check with management. Even the DECA commissary website has links for online coupons. 

      •  Montgomery AL takes printed coupons — be sure that the barcode does scan. They will not input a price here if the barcode DOES NOT SCAN… if it scans and they simply don’t have it in their system they will still accept it. Take the Commissary coupon policy to your commissary for proof they should accept printed coupons. Best of Luck!

    • steph

      Barilla whole grain pasta was free today with the $1 off coupon i found online last week

    • guest

      diet mtn dew trawberry melon @ ft jackson commissary 50 with  cpn

    • Ladybugpam

      smithfields bacon is $2.50lb until 4/30 and there is a $1 off q in one of the coupon books found by the door!
      marcal 12-double roll tp is $3.99 until 4/30 and there are $1 off printables on facebook and $1 off q’s in a recent redplum insert.
      I found gold peak iced tea 18.5oz for 79 cents each and there were 75cents and $1 off printables on coupons.com.
      kraftfreshtaste.com has a $2 off q for smores and strawberry parfait flavors of jello pudding cups and they are $2.26 at my commissary!

    • Abc

      Just a question for military members about the commissary…is it really that much cheaper than say BiLo using coupons? My husband is active military and our local commissary is 30 mins or longer away. We have 3 children and one of those are in diapers now…we really could save away we can and im new to this so could any fellow Army wife or wives give me your opinion…I would be very thankful :-)

      PS are nearest commissary is Ft Jackson SC

      •  There’s no sales tax, I tend to find items much cheaper than anywhere else. Coupon policies aren’t as strict and I enjoy a less crowded experience while I’m shopping with 4 children. They also have baggers that will stow my items in the car while I wrangle my kids into their seats. It definitely works for me, just don’t forget to tip the baggers a couple dollars. :) As for the price comparison vs. the gas used….This is simply something you will have to compare yourself in my honest opinion. The commissary also has 2 yearly sales one in the spring and another in the fall they label as case/lot sales. This is when they load up a tent and you purchase in bulk. These sales I definitely suggest all to attend as you can pay 75% less than you would at your local grocer. Good luck!

      • Kjf

        Hi Abc-
           I currently live on a military post but lived 45 minutes away from post in our last community. I generally find that I save about 20% by shopping on post then add in coupon savings. My commissary is exceedingly busy and sometimes very difficult with the coupon policy. It can be a real painstaking process shopping with children. Here is my advice:
        1) It is best to schedule a full shopping trip if you are going to the commissary. When I lived off-post, I only drove to the commissary about once evert month or two.
        2)To avoid a frequent drive and save: stock up on meat (generally 20-30% cheaper) and sale items (The Southern Savers or Deca site link at the top right of the commissary page can help you pick out these items).
        3) Make life easy and pick up the perishables like milk and vegetables at nearby grocery stores.
        4) Last but not least- decide if it is worth it. I could buy diaper packs at the commissary(store brand- no coupon) for about 30% less than Huggies (usually running $9 per pack). Often though I would find coupons or sales nearby that meet or beat that price so use your judgement as to whether that is worth the additional time and gas money!

        My summary is that strategically planning your trips when you need meat or a larger amount of groceries can be worth it :-)

      • Melynn

        I also shop at Ft Jackson, and I live a little over 30 mins away and have 3 children. I tend to get my meat there, it’s a lot cheaper and better quality. I also get my produce, it’s also a lot cheaper than other grocery stores. I get peanut butter, cereal, frozen veggies. I only go shopping there when I run out of meat, about once a month. I use coupons to cover the surcharge.

    •  Can someone please answer my question (i would appreciate it greatly)?
      Ok, I’m confused on the PG coupons “like 4 coupons” in one shopping
      trip.  I went to my local commissary and used the B1G1 Pantene and $3
      off coupon off of two.  I figured that it was ok because I had two
      products and two coupons (like coupons and not the same) and all I could
      find about coupon use at the military commissary is that you can’t use
      two coupons on one item and the limit is one coupon per item.  I
      understand the policies at Targret and Walgreens that stated you can’t
      use a dollar off coupon with a B1G1, but my commissary doesn’t have
      anything stating about this type use just only one coupon per item.  I
      used both, but the cashier told me I couldn’t use them at first.  He
      called the supervisor over and she approved it after reading the
      coupons.  I thought it was ok, but I really need some peace of mind here
      because, even though they approved it , I want to use coupons
      correctly.

    •  Can someone please answer my question (i would appreciate it greatly)?
      Ok, I’m confused on the PG coupons “like 4 coupons” in one shopping
      trip.  I went to my local commissary and used the B1G1 Pantene and $3
      off coupon off of two.  I figured that it was ok because I had two
      products and two coupons (like coupons and not the same) and all I could
      find about coupon use at the military commissary is that you can’t use
      two coupons on one item and the limit is one coupon per item.  I
      understand the policies at Targret and Walgreens that stated you can’t
      use a dollar off coupon with a B1G1, but my commissary doesn’t have
      anything stating about this type use just only one coupon per item.  I
      used both, but the cashier told me I couldn’t use them at first.  He
      called the supervisor over and she approved it after reading the
      coupons.  I thought it was ok, but I really need some peace of mind here
      because, even though they approved it , I want to use coupons
      correctly.

      • Ladybugpam

        Hi, Charity, that’s so great that you want to use coupons correctly!  the correct way to use those coupons together is on 3 items, not just 2.  the reason is that you get one free w/the B1G1, so one of the pantene has a coupon attached to it now.  the other one is left open to take a coupon, but the $3/2 is off 2 products, and you already have a coupon attached to one.  So, you can either:
        -take away the B1G1 coupon and use the $3/2 by itself on 2 bottles
        -add another bottle so you have 3 items and one coupon for each
        -add in another B1G1 coupon AND 2 more bottles.  this is the most thrifty use of all!  then the 2 B1G1 coupons cover 2 bottles, and the $3/2 covers the other 2. 

        the confusing part is when a coupon is off more than 1 product.  in this case $3/2.  the rule shouldn’t be one coupon per item, because that’s not correct coupon use in cases where the coupon covers more than one item, such as your $3/2 or a $1/3 for example.  those coupons are meant to cover more than just one item.  if a coupon is for $1/1 or $2/1, then it’s meant to cover only one item.  I hope I explained that understandably, let me know if you have more questions:)