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Beverage Coupons from Minute Maid, Kellogg’s & More!

Posted on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 at 9:37 am
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Beverage coupons for orange juice, breakfast shakes, and coffee to rescue you from those tired mornings!

$1.00 off (1) Minute Maid Pure Squeezed bottle $1.00 off any 1 Kellogg's Breakfast To Go™ Shakes

$1.50 off ONE canister BOOST Nutritional Drink Mix $2.00 off Seattle's Best Coffee Ground or K-Cups

$1.00 off 2 boxes Celestial Seasonings tea bags $3.00 off TWO GEVALIA Mocha Latte or Cappuccino's

$1.00 off GEVALIA Mocha Latte or Cappuccino $2.00 off can or liters of soda and Mars candy

$1.00 off one Odwalla beverage, any variety $1.00 off ONE (1) 64oz. or 6-pack of Mott's Juice

$1.00 off any Oregon Chai Concentrate or Tea bag $1.00 off Minute Maid Drops Water Enhancer

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Lipton Black Tea Bag carton


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