Kmart will double up to $1 manufacturer’s coupons – EVERYDAY!
Limit 5 coupons per day
You may only purchase 4 of the same item using double coupons
Only 1 coupon will be doubled per item.
You must scan your shop your way rewards card to get your coupons doubled
You must have a minimum of $25 in groceries and pharmacy items before coupons are scanned in order for them to be doubled.
Kmart won’t give you overage. If you have a $1.94 item and use $1/1 coupon, the coupon will double to take $1.94 off total, not $2 off.
Don’t checkout at customer service because they don’t have catalina machines.
NEW IMPORTANT INFO! In order to stack Kmart in-ad coupons with manufacturer’s coupons, you MUST hand the Kmart coupons over first, then the manufacturer’s ones! The fine print on Kmart coupons means you can’t stack Kmart store coupons, it doesn’t have anything to do with manufacturer’s coupons.
“Spend $50, get 5,000 SYWR Points”: If you have a CRT that says “spend $50, get 5,000 SYWR points” or any other amount of points, it is critical that you read this post on how to use it.
Catalinas & CRT coupon offers: If there is a deal such as “buy $10 in maybelline, get $5 coupon” you can spend $10 before coupons are scanned, bring your total down by scanning coupons below $10, and your coupon offer will print.
CRT’s: Can only use 1 per transaction, even if they are for different things. Example: Can’t use a “$10 off your next shopping trip, from P&G CRT ” and a “get 5,000 SYWR points wyb $50 CRT” in one transaction. You also can’t use a CRT and a Kmart catalina to pay for one transaction.
Expecting a catalina but it didn’t print? Contact catalina here or call 1-888-826-8766
Shop Your Way Rewards Card: Must be scanned to get most deals/rewards at Kmart. Every 1,000 points is worth $1.00. These are easy to redeem – when you are checking out just say you’d like to pay with the rewards you have on your card. I just used $12 in rewards the other day!
*****Cuckoo “Stock Up” Prices are in Pink! ****Great prices are in black! If it’s in the ad and I didn’t list it here, I don’t think it’s a great price so don’t buy it unless you can’t wait for it to go on a better sale.
Walgreens recently rolled out a new rewards program called Balance Rewards, with which you can earn points on qualifying purchases. Points can be redeemed as follows:
Balance Reward Points DO NOT ROLL, meaning you cannot earn points on a purchase in which you are redeeming points. So, when deciding to redeem your points, it’s a good idea to use them on items that don’t earn points. Of course, YOU CAN use points on an item that earns points, but just remember that you won’t earn points in that transaction. Shopping the new Walgreens Balance Rewards program can be confusing, but I have put together a new system of scenarios for shopping at Walgreens using Balance Reward points that will help you earn points for the least amount of money OOP!
Below are Scenarios based on Balance Reward Point values with two types of Transactions under each Scenario. You can choose to complete one or both transactions that week, depending on whether you’re just interested in earning or redeeming points or both! EARN Points Transaction(s): In order to redeem Balance Reward Points, you have to earn them first! Depending on how much product you want to buy with your points, choose the appropriate point value Scenario and complete that transaction. If you currently have points on your card, but want to earn more, choose the point value Scenario that will earn you the necessary number of points. REDEEM Points Transaction: Choose a Scenario based on how many points you currently have on your card and complete the Redeem Points Transaction to get the most bang for your buck! These Redeem Points Transactions are just ONE of many ways to redeem your points, but it will be the most value you’ll get for your points with this week’s sales.
Is it better to redeem points right away or to save them up?
The answer to this question will depend on what you want your points to do for you. Redeeming points as soon as you have enough to redeem will keep your OOP costs lower. Saving your points will increase their value and allow you a nice budget to use on items we typically don’t have coupons for (e.g. printer ink, holiday items, gifts, etc.) Notice that up to 10,000 points, the redemption value is essentially 1,000 = $1.00. But, once you earn more points than that, your points are worth more.
Click on the image above to get your sign up for Kellogg’s Family Rewards to get your coupon. Then redeem your points for a coupon to save $1.50/1 ANY Kellogg’s® Cereal (8.7 oz. or Larger, Any Flavor). This coupon is for 1,000 points, but there is still the $1.50/1 Kellogg’s Krave cereal coupon for JUST 50 points! (Reg. 1,000 points) so if you haven’t snatched it yet, you will want to.
Here’s new codes for you to enter:
HOWITWORKS20PNTS – I posted this once already so you might have entered it before
This is random… but I didn’t feel like creating a new post for it. There’s also a new bricks.coupons.com coupon for $.70/1 FiberPlus Nutty Delights! That’s pretty high-value for those. And it’s free, you don’t need rewards points to get it.
Leave a comment if any of these expire – as of now they are a go!
So I went to use the BOGO free coupons at Burger King that I posted yesterday, NLA, and I saw that if you load $10 to their Crown Card app, you get $10 for free. So if you go there a lot you might want to download their app. I am a dork and don’t know how to find it online or else I would link you to it. I found the BK Crown Card page, but I don’t see anything about this offer on it. Maybe you have scan that QR code in the picture. I am not a smart phone person, so hopefully you are and you can get this deal!
Read my Walgreen’s Training Guide if you’re new to extreme couponing! My goal is to make store deals as easy as possible. So if you have any questions, ask in the comments below and I will be quick to answer. Let us know what in-store finds you score!
**Stock up “Cuckoo Deals” final prices are in pink!
Just one small change people have been noticing lately. With the new Balance Rewards Program, you used to be able to buy multiples of a deal in one transaction, and get multiple points. I.E, if a deal was buy 2 skittles, get 1,000 points, you could do this:
Buy 4 Skittles, get 2,000 points
So you’d buy 4 Skittles and get 2,000 points in one transaction. Walgreens has made it so if you buy 4 Skittles, you’d still only get 1,000 points. The only way around this is to do multiple transactions.
2 Skittles in one transaction and get 1,000 points.
2 Skittles in a different transaction, get 1,000 more points.
Who’s excited about this change?? Crickets? I am betting no one is dancing up and down.