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New York Style $3.99/1 coupon - no longer available

Posted January 25, 2011

Update: This one is no longer available. Congrats to those who got in on time to print your coupon!

I just received an e-mail from the folks at Wholly Guacamole about an awesome promotion they are running starting Tuesday morning. They are offering a coupon for $3.99 off ONE New York Style snack (pita chips and bagel crisps). The promo is supposed to start at 10 AM EST but I just checked the links they provided and the coupon is available to print right NOW! Quantities are limited so read on for all the details on how to score this coupon!


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 26, 2011

    Good to know klperrell and jzka. Thanks for posting. I wonder if my Lowes will take it today when I give it to them. Which Lowes were you at,klperrell?

  • klperrell Jan 25, 2011

    Lowes Foods would not accept this coupon. They said it was probably fraudulant.

  • Trickat Jan 25, 2011

    Used one at Kroger in Cary today, no problem.

  • Nancy Jan 25, 2011

    It's all good Faye :) We know these things go fast! But I did get my produce coupon for Food Lion :)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 25, 2011

    So sad you didn't get the coupon, Nancy and Erin.

  • pirategirl12 Jan 25, 2011

    "This offer has expired."

  • Nancy Jan 25, 2011

    Drat! I'm coming up late too :(

  • erinlikescoupons Jan 25, 2011

    At 10:02 am: This coupon is no longer available - Thank you for your interest.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 25, 2011

    This should be accepted since it does not have the word FREE on it anywhere. Hopefully it will scan with no problem, making it much easier to use.

    If everyone would post where you are able to use it (and if you have any problems) that would be helpful.

  • kt_cary Jan 25, 2011

    Hi. Will this coupon be honored at the grocery stores? Or does it fall under the category of internet printable free product coupons that most of the grocery stores won't accept? Thanks!