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New Coupons.com printable coupons - don't miss these!

Posted December 18, 2010

Don't miss these great new Coupons.com coupons including Kellogg's cereal, Ronzoni pasta and various candy. None of these coupons indicate they can't be doubled so they will all double at stores that double coupons (as long as the coupon is within the amount they double). 

Some of the better coupons include:

.50/1 Ronzoni Quick Cook pasta

.75/1 Ronzoni Garden Delight

.75/1 Dannon 32 oz yogurt

.75/1 I Can't Believe it's Not Butter

$2.00/2 Kellogg's Crispix cereals

$2.00/2 Kellogg's Rice Krispies and/or Cocoa Krispies cereal

$1.50 off 2 Kelloggs froot loops, honey smacks, frosted flakes

.70/1 Kellogg's raisin bran

.70/1 Kellogg's corn flakes

.70/1 Kellogg's Fiber Plus cereal

There are also 2 coupons for free Excedrin that will be mailed to you. They are not printable coupons. When I entered my information, a screen popped up that indicated that the limit was reached. I am guessing the freebie is over. We'll see.


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 20, 2010

    Nancy - I shopped the Kroger in FV a couple weeks ago and they limited me to 2 coupons per manufacturer. They would not budge even though I had 4 different coupons. Because they were from the same manufacturer, they only let me use 2...per order. They then let me use the other 2 in a transaction right after the first one. The coupon policy was taped to the little "table" that the credit card machine sits on. Time consuming but I did use all my coupons eventually.

    Eri - Great job getting organized and don't be afraid to use your printable coupons. Have fun! Make sure the printables you use are legit. All need a bar code and expiration date. Most stores will not take any printables for a free product. For a good list of legit printable coupon sources, head to my website at:


  • eri815 Dec 20, 2010

    thanks everyone!

    I'm going to give it a try! I bought myself a coupon organizer this weekend--might as well dive in and be organized too :)

  • Trickat Dec 20, 2010

    eri - I just started using printables less than 2 months ago. I know what you mean about not wanting to use them . It doesn't seem like they would be accepted, but they always scan! I've used them at: Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Lowes Foods, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Target, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Bath & Body Works, Hallmark etc.

    It did take me a few tries to get my printer set up right, so coupons.com gave me the print limit reached message on the ones I really wanted when I did figure it out. They reset every month, so now I can print oodles - and I'm able to get more of the things I actually use and want as opposed to just using the limited selection in the paper.

    I hope you take the plunge - it's so worth the extra effort - especially since Faye makes it so easy by posting the links to the best ones!

  • Nancy Dec 19, 2010

    eri - Harris Teeter limits you to three alike manufacturer coupons found in inserts/booklets/magazines etc.

    On the printable ones, it's two identical printables per transaction. BUT you can have two identical of several different products and use them in one transaction, hope that doesn't come across confusing?

    Kroger in FV doesn't have a limit that I've found, but I've never used more than 3 identical printables in one transaction there before, so perhaps they do.

  • senglish27529 Dec 19, 2010

    eri - I use a LOT of printable coupons, and never have had a problem. I make a point to abide by the store policies on the number of identical coupons that can be redeemed, which is the easiest one to overlook if you have multiple printable coupons for the same item. But all in all, I find it well worth my time (not to mention the cost of paper and printer ink) to print coupons!


  • eri815 Dec 19, 2010

    I've never used "printable coupons" before. Do stores have a limit on how many of them you can use at a time? Seems like I saw a sign indicating this at our local Food Lion, but I can't ever remember to look for it when I'm checking out to see for sure--and I wouldn't want to my time printing the coupons/shopping to be time wasted, not to mention what a mess it'd be having them void the items if they wouldn't take the printed coupon. Probably just need to call this store and ask myself, but I thought that I'd see if any of you had any input.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 19, 2010

    You are so welcome, shelllauren. Thank you for reading them and for posting!

  • shelllauren Dec 19, 2010

    I just wanted to say thanks for compiling all of these lists; I greatly appreciate it :-)