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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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Milk Coupon
Don’t wait to print this awesome new milk coupon!  You get FREE milk when you buy three select Kellogg’s cereals.  You can use it on and brand of milk you prefer, it just has a max value of $4.  Be sure to change the  zip code to find it!

Milk Coupon (zip 99218):

Free Milk wyb (3) Kellogg’s Special K, Krave, Frosted Mini-Wheats or Rice Krispies cereals printable

Since the coupon is for the milk, you can still use Kellogg’s coupons for the cereal!  Check the Coupon Database for all the Kellogg’s coupons available.  Here are some of my favorites:

$1/2 Kellogg’s Crispix, Corn Flakes or Rice Krispies cereal printable
.50/1 Kellogg’s Krave cereal printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereals printable

Starting 11/24, CVS will have select varieties of Kellogg’s cereals, 10.8-15.2 oz on sale for $1.98 each.  Frosted Mini-Wheats are pictured, but if any of the other cereals in the coupons above are included, it should make for a great deal for stocking up on breakfast items!

    • Sarah

      I am not sure if yours does, but it included Kellogg’s Nurish oatmeals and they were on sale 2/$4 and there was a 70/1 coupon :) I paid just a little over $2 for 3 of them and milk :)

      • Kelly

        At Lowes, you can get 3 boxes of Special K multigrain cereal – $3 each, use 2 (or 3 coupons depending on your store) .70/1, pay $4.80, get a free Lowes gallon of milk and if they let you use this coupon then you could get 2 gal. milk and 3 boxes of cereal for approx. $5. Not too bad since 1 gallon of milk is on average $4.

      • Kelly

        There are some .75 coupons for the Kellogg’s nourish oatmeals that I think I found on this site. You could use those and the .70 coupons too. I was also able to print 4 coupons of the .75/1. It let me print them and stopped it at 4. All different codes on them.

    • mrn1

      Not sure what the fine print of this coupon says, but many manufacturers and most stores no longer allow using coupons as you are suggesting Jenny. The purchase of the 3 cereals is required in order to get the free milk, therefore the coupon “attaches” to all items listed on the coupon. You could, however, use a store coupon if one is available in conjunction with this manufacturer coupon. What you are recommending used to be common practice but is no longer. This is addressed in the Publix coupon policy FAQs.

      • Kelly

        This may be different for different stores. The HT and Lowes in my area allow us to coupon stack.

        • Coupon Queen

          They shouldn’t allow it to be used in conjunction with any other coupon. The coupon requires the purchase of 4 items – using coupons on the cereal is inappropriate. You can stack a store coupon but not another manufacturer coupon.. Lowes Foods nor Harris Teeter should allow it to be used with coupons on the cereal.

          • Kelly

            Hmm. I wonder why the managers allow the use of the coupons and say it’s okay to use them. Coupons are used on a daily basis at these stores and you’d think that they know what the policies are for coupon usage. Maybe they are thinking like most of us when we see that the coupon says $ off a particular item, that we can use coupons off the items that you aren’t getting money off of from the 1st coupon.

      • ImTheNana

        I believe you are misstating the issue. Yes, as stated in the Publix coupon policy, when the coupon reads $1/2 items, you can’t use another like coupon because the coupon covers both items. However, a WYB is treated differently. The WYB is a prerequisite, but the coupon takes no money off the required items. In this case, for example, just the milk is discounted, while the cereals are the prerequisite WYB. Therefore, like coupon(s) on the cereals should be allowed. This is similar to using a buy shampoo and get conditioner free manf coupon, and using another manf coupon on the undiscounted shampoo.

    • Coco

      I live in Simpsonville, SC and BiLo currently has a deal that if you buy 6 of a combination of select cereals priced at 1.98, you get a free gallon of Southern Home Milk. There are GM, Post, and Kelloggs cereals represented in the sale. I was able to use the publix coupon for buy 3 Kelloggs cereals and get a milk for free and a coupon for the other remaining GM cereals I purchased. The free milk automatically came off my 6 purchase, no coupon necessary. Most coupons I had were .50 cents which doubled making my cereals only a dollar. I did not have any issues with my coupons. The cereals I found on sale were Scooby Doo, Honey Bunches of Oats, Yellow Box Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Apple Jacks and I believe Fruit Loops. It is worth checking out!

    • aimee

      Publix has Fruit Loops for $1.99 this week and they too have this same coupon. Great deal!

    • MP75

      I used three $.50 off coupons for the Krave at Publix this week, which doubled to $1 off each (making them just $.99) and they free milk Publix coupon in the green flyer. I double checked with the manager (here in Irmo, SC) and they said of course I could use all of them since they were all for different products, not two coupons for the same product. So, I ended up with 3 boxes of cereal and a gallon of milk for only $2.97. I asked about the manufacturer coupon also, and the manager said yes, that would have worked fine as well. I just chose to use the Publix one instead since it expired sooner. Thank you Jenny!!

    • judy

      $1/2 kelloggs cereal target q on target.com that will match great with the current sale!

    • Struck

      I’ve been having difficulty stacking those “free” coupons with other coupons. (It was at Kroger and CVS in Knoxville, I think each instance was a shampoo/conditioner coupon.) Cashiers will say the cereal is “linked” to that coupon (or that’s the term I have heard before). Anyone have a suggestion on how to convince or explain? Or should I just accept that these stores will not accept them?

      • Me

        They shouldn’t accept them stacked. The coupon is the same as a $4/4 it requires the purchase of all 4 items. Just like if the coupon read $4 off wyb milk and 3 cereals.

      • Me

        They shouldn’t accept them stacked. The coupon is the same as a $4/4 it requires the purchase of all 4 items. Just like if the coupon read $4 off wyb milk and 3 cereals.

    • Shellaine

      Is the print limit reached for this? I’ve tried two different ways to find it and it’s not coming up (yes, I double checked the ZIP code I put in).

      • hattie

        I hope not!

    • miatd

      I think print limit is reached…couldn’t find it