Double Coupons at KMart AGAIN This Week
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Double Coupons at KMart AGAIN This Week

Posted on Saturday, February 21st, 2009 at 5:41 pm
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Once again….

KMart is doubling coupons up to $2 in selected areas. Go to the KMart Website and enter your zip code to look at the flyer for this week for your area.

Some people figure that KMarts grocery products are priced higher anyway, so coupon shopping is not really worth it. But when you match coupons to the products on sale, doubles really count. Plus, there’s the convenience of being in a box store where you can not only buy your groceries, but shop the home sale too.

Here are some deals at KMart this week that you can match up to coupons – and double.

Crest 7.8-8-oz. Premium, 6-oz. Pro-Health, Extra Whitening or Extreme; 4-oz. Sensitivity 2 for $6
– .50 (doubled $1.00) RP 2/22 .50/1,
– 1.50 (doubled $3.00)PG 1/18 1.50 (exp 2/28/09)
Final cost $1 each

Windex $2.79 each
– .40 (doubled .80) ss 1/11 and
Mail in Rebate ss 1/11 free exp 3/6/09
Final cost – .80 PROFIT

Dove 6 bar soap or body wash $6.00
– $1.00 (doubled $2.00) rp 1/18
Final cost $4.00coke 3 12 packs for $13
-$1.00 (Doubled $2) from My Coke Rewards
Final Cost 3 for $11 (or less, depending on how many coupons you have
post cereals Four for $10
$1/2 (doubled $2/2) SS 1/25/2008
Final cost Four boxes for $9 (or less, depending on how many coupons you have.

Tylenol Buy 1 Get 1 50% off
-1 (doubled $2)rp 1/4/09
-1 (doubled $2) RP 5/4/08
Final cost – varies according to what you buy, but you have $4 off

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