Kellogg’s Printable Coupons = Cheap Breakfast Cereal

Did you all print your Kellogg’s Cereal coupons last week? The link is still working – I just checked now – so if you haven’t printed them yet, you can still do so now. Here’s what you’ll get:

  • $1/2 Fiber Plus
  • $1/1 Smart Start
  • $1/3 Any Kellogg’s Cereal
  • $1/2 Crispix
  • $1/2 Special K Cereal
  • $1/2 Corn Flakes Cereal
  • $.70/1 Raisin Bran Cereal
  • $2/3 Special K Cereal
  • $3/5 Speck K Cereal
  • $1/2 Any Kellogg’s Cereal
  • $1/2 Frosted Flakes

Then go check your grocery store fliers, because Kellogg’s is pulling out all the sale stops.

(Remember when I told you that high value coupons are almost always followed by hot sales? It’s the one-two marketing punch to push products from the shelves into your cart. These Kellogg’s coupons are a perfect example of how we can use this marketing technique to OUR advantage.)

In Kansas City, for example, you can put your Kellogg’s printables to good use at Price Chopper to get Raisin Bran for $.99/box after sale and coupon.

What great deals are you seeing on Kellogg’s cereal in your area?

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  1. Orthonomics says

    I was able to grab a coupon for $1 off fresh fruit when buying two Kellogg’s from a box of cereal at Target. I combined that with my Target Kellogg’s Coupon and a manufacturer Target coupon for the Kellogg’s and my Cuties Coupon. Nothing really to brag about. I was picking up the cereal for something I’m making and the coupons made the Cuties affordable, not a steal. Produce has gone through the roof. So it was a nice bonus.

  2. Anonymous says

    What do you do about Pesach and cereal? I started reading your blog recently and learning about stockpiling, but when I came home with a bunch of cereal from Target the other day, he made a comment about Pesach coming. (Even tho’ we do sell our chametz, he doesn’t want to purposely buy stuff we know we’ll have after Pesach.)

    Do you use up your cereal & other chametz, or continue to stockpile when there are good sales and just sell it all?

    I’m learning so much here! Thanks!

  3. Anonymous says

    Oops, in my previous comment I should have said “My husband is nervous about Pesach.” Didn’t mean to put “he” without any reference!

  4. I was just getting excited about the cereal then I remembered Pesach too-and we don’t sell it, we have to have it all gone. My husband does not even like to have just kitnios stuff around either. I start to get a little anxious when the pantry thins out.

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