Printable Coupons: Kelloggs Cereal, Keebler Cookies and more

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There are new grocery printable coupons available on the Target website.  One of them is a coupon for $5 off four boxes of Kelloggs cereal.  That’s quite a generous coupon if I may add.  This coupon is NOT a Target coupon but a manufacturer coupon, so you should be able to use it anywhere.

Here are other manufacturer coupons newly available on the Target website:

Exp 1/13/2010

Save $1/1 Propel water beverage 6-pack (500 ml)

Exp 1/27/2010

Save $1/1 Almay Color Cosmetic
Save $1/2 Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
Save $1/1 Kashi frozen entree
Save $1/1 Kashi frozen pizza
Save $1/3 packages Keebler Cookies
Save $1/1 Mitchum Deodorant
Save $1/1 Purina Cat Chow
Save $1/2 Purina Cat Snacks (Friskies Party Mix/Whisker Lickin’s/Fancy Feast Appetizers)
Save $1/1 Purina Dog Chow brand Dry Dog Food (Dog Chow Original/ Little Bites/ Healthy Morsels) 17 lbs or larger bag
Save $1/1 Purina Dog Snacks (Beggin Strips/ Busy Bones/ Tbonz/ Cheweez/ Beneful Snackin’ Slices/ Purina One Biscuits)
Save $1/1 Revlon Colorsilk Haircolor
Revlon Eye Color Cosmetic
Save $1/1 Revlon Face Color Cosmetic
Save $1/1 Revlon Lip Color Cosmetic
Save $1/1 Revlon beauty tool
Save $1/2 Starkist Pouch
Save $1/1 Tidy Cats

You will only be able to print one set of these coupons.

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  • Stephanie

    @ Ingrid

    Ask to speak to the manager

  • Ingrid

    So what do i say to the cashier who looks at the coupon and wont accept it cause it says target?

    thanks again mama!

  • Jack

    Nice info..
    Thanks very much..

  • gamergf

    I find most managers don’t even know how to handle coupons and just say no rather than risk their job or a tongue-lashing. Nobody’s ever trained anymore. Not even management. They just toss you into the fray and expect you to learn it on your own, cheesing off many customers along the way. I’ve witnessed this way too many times, both as a customer and as an employee in retail. I’ve had a manager get fired because she didn’t know what she was doing (because she was never trained–They promoted her from their selling floor and said ‘get to work’). Don’t know why businesses think not training people saves you money. It never does and it never will.

    Of course, I’m preaching to the choir 😉

  • Lana

    Yeah, I want to use the Kellogg’s one at Kroger on Saturday when Kellogg’s is 40% off. But when I tried to use a manufacturer coupon once that had a CVS logo on it, both the cashier and the manager said no, that it was a store coupon from that store. So, now what? I did read on another blog to point out that manufacturer coupons have an address for the store to mail the coupon to and store coupons don’t. But how do you get that across to managers who decide whatever they want?

  • GF

    I just used the Tidy Cat one at the self-checkout at my grocery store, and it worked beautifully! Thanks!