Copps/Pick N Save 4 Day Sale and double Coupon Deals

I am excited by this week’s double coupon deals.  Well, mostly the Kelloggs deal. After doubled coupon there are many cereals you can have for free.  Hopefully we won’t get another 12 inches of snow to keep us from shopping this Wednesday. Here are some quick coupon match ups:

4 Day Sale through 12/17

More than 100 Kelloggs items on sale for $1.25 each. There are so many Kelloggs coupons outthere that I am just going to give you where to go so you can pick which ones you want to use. It’s also a good thing there are so many coupons available since print limit is usually one.
Kelloggs Website
Snackpicks $5/4  Kelloggs cereal this is a manufacturer coupon(this would depend on store whether you can use or not)
BOGO Special K cereal
Keebler and Sandies coupon (IE link) (FF Link)

Coupon Deals

Philadelphia Cream Cheese 88 cents (Limit 2)
Use $0.50/2 from 12/6 SS insert
Pay $0.66 for two after doubled coupon

Kings Hawaiian bread $2
Use $1/1 from 12/13 Red Plum
FREE after doubled coupon

Birds Eye Steamfresh vegetables $1
Use $0.50/1 from 12/6 SS insert
FREE after doubled coupon

Green Giant Steamers $1
Use $0.50/1 printable on Betty crocker or 12/13 SS insert
FREE after doubled coupon

Asian Sensations Buy one get one free
Use $1/1 coupon from 9/13 inserts
Final price?

Pillsbury Ready to Bake cookie dough 2/$5
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $0.50 each after doubled coupon

Coffee Mate 2/$6
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $1 each after doubled coupon

Bagel Bites 2/$3
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Free after doubled coupon

Oscar Meyer Bacon $2.49
Use $0.75/1 coupon from 11/15 SS insert
Pay $0.99 each after doubled coupon

Frescheta Pizza 2/$9
Use $1/1 printable coupon (IE Link) (FF Link) or 11/15 SS insert
Pay $2.50 each after doubled coupon

Blue Bonnet Spread 5/$3
Use $1/2 coupon from December All You magazine
Free after doubled coupon

Emerals Nuts $2
Use $1/1 coupon from 11/8 SS insert
FREE after doubled coupon

Nabisco Ritz Crackers $3
Use $1/1 coupon from 11/8 SS insert
Pay $1 each after doubled coupon

Hunts Tomato Sauce $0.89
Use $1/3 printable coupon
Pay $0.67 for three after doubled coupon

Idahoan Potatoes $1
Use $0.40/1 printable coupon on Smartsource
Pay $0.20 each after doubled coupon

Newman’s Own Pasta Sauce 2/$4.50
Use $1/2 printable coupon
Pay $2.50 for two after doubled coupon

Progresso Broth $1.66
Use $0.50/1 printable coupon on
Pay $0.66 each after doubled coupon

Alexia Crunchy Snacks 2/$5
Use $1/1 printable coupon on Smartsource
Pay $0.50 each after doubled coupon

Johnson’s Baby Products $3
Use assorted printables here
Pay $1 each after doubled coupon

Playtex Tampons $3
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $1 each after doubled coupon

Chinet Plates, Cups or Bowls $2.50
Use $1/1 coupon from 11/22 SS or $1/1 printable (IE Link) (FF Link) or $1/1 Chinet Classic White
Pay $0.50 each after doubled coupon

Snuggle 32 oz $3.29
Use $2/1 coupon from 12/6 RP insert
Pay $1.29 each

Hartz Cat Treats $2
Use $1/1 coupon from 12/13 inserts
FREE after doubled coupon

Hartz Crunch N Clean Dog Treats $3
Use $2/1 coupon from 12/13 SS inserts
Pay $1 each after doubled coupon

You can find more coupon match ups over at Pocket Your Dollars.

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  • Amy

    Dumb question… but does anyone know where i can find a printable coupon for the flameless febreze luminary starter kit? THANKS SO SO MUCH

    • Hi Amy,

      There isn’t. Febreze is a Procter & Gamble brand wna the company doesn’t put out any printable coupons, just the ones that come in the newspaper.


  • maggie

    For any readers in the Appleton area, Woodmans has Asian Sensations for $.99 which makes them FREE after coupon. (At least that’s what they were on Sunday.) Also, I think Karl Buddig is
    10/$5 @ Copps this week and there was a coupon for $1/5 so after 2 double coupons these would be 10/$1

  • Toni

    Hi! I am fairly new to couponing (I’m a devoted Aldi shopper), but I printed a bunch of the coupons that were linked above, and am noticing that it says “Do Not Double or Triple” across most of them. Specifically, the Pillsbury cookie dough coupon, and the Green Giant coupons. Will Pick n Save still double, even if it says not to? Did I do something wrong when printing them?
    Thanks so much!!

    • Hi Toni,

      Let’s start with some background, some manufacturer coupons have the wording “do not double” to make it clear to stores that stores will be the one responsible for the cost of the coupon being double. In other words the manufacturer will only reimburse the face value of the coupon. The register will automatically double the coupon. You may have a cashier that’s reluctant to scan the coupon but if you tell them to scan them anyway they will see the coupon doubles anyway. in my experience reluctant cashiers are in the minority particularly in a store that doubles coupons regularly.


      • Toni

        That makes more sense. I was thinking, I have copies of coupons that say “Manufacturer Coupon,” and then the same coupons that say “Do Not Double or Triple.”

        So I can take this to PNS and they will double in the register. Cool-I’m so glad I asked! There have been many times I have not bothered taking them in because of that.

        Thanks again! I’m quickly becoming a loyal follower here!

  • Martha

    THANK YOU so much for publishing this information the day before the “big event” … I always end up kicking myself for missing out on something good when I come home from shopping and read your post. LOVED the chance to see it before I shopped! 🙂

  • Kathryn

    I received an informational catalin for Campbell’s Condesnesd Soups (excluding creams)

    Between 12/4 and 12/27
    Buy (5-6) get $1.00 OYNO
    Buy (7-9) get $2.00 OYNO
    Buy (10 or more) get $3.00 OYNO

    Combine with $0.49 Chicken noodle or Tomato (Limit 4) and the $0.50/2 Tomato soup printable coupon or $0.40/4 insert coupon to make for some cheap soup!

  • pennyscents

    I have a ? about the $5/4 kellogg’s printable

    My knowledge (or lack of) is this:
    -if it is labeled at a store coupon it must be used at the store that has the logo on the coupon
    -if it is labeled as a manufacturer coupon it can be used elsewhere as long as the coupon does not prohibit it
    -if it is labeled as a manufacturer coupon and states, “redeemable at ……” then it can only be used at that listed store.

    -Am I correct with my information?
    -Why would a manufacturer coupon be on Target’s website if it can be used anywhere?
    -how can I know with pretty good certainty that the store is getting re-imbursed for that coupon?
    -that would also bring me to the ? about using coupons on trial sizes. I will do it if the coupon does not prohibit it & if it says on, “any size”. However, a lot of cashiers, managers, whoever you get at the time…. say that you can not. You would think that they would have to get re-imbursed because they are simply following the directions on the coupon. How can I be sure, though?
    -Do you have any information on how the clearing houses, submitting, re-imbursement to the stores, etc… process works?

    This information would be really helpful for me. I think it would help a lot of other people too. Thank you for your site! I am so happy that I found a site that shows Pick and Save deals!

  • Melissa

    Last night, Pick n Save told me they are rolling out new rules for double coupon day. The cashier said shoppers would be able to double up to 10 coupons per order. She didn’t know or wasn’t sharing whether your order had to be $50 or if you could still do more than one order. She said the details would be in the ad and it could start as soon as next week. Did anyone else hear anything? Last night was a zoo to say the least. The shevles were bare from the Kellogg’s deal but they were offering rainchecks. They were out of many other itmes too. Darn – I wasn’t sure I’d shop over the next couple weeks…

  • shortsorceress

    My favorite checker told me the same thing for Copps in the Madison area. Its suppose to be one day only on Wed that you can double up to 10 coupons, but she didn’t know how much you had to spend. Details should be in the ad that comes out on Sunday. I’m sure next week is going to be a madhouse.