KMart Match Ups for Double Coupon Week
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KMart Match Ups for Double Coupon Week

Posted on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 at 7:48 pm
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This is the long awaited double coupon week at KMart, and you’ll want to pay close attention to the rules of the promotion.  That means matching up coupons to sales and making the most of it.  You must have a KMart savings card in order to double the coupons.  The card has to be scanned at the register when you check out.  You will be limited to five coupons per day.  So match up the deals, and make the most of it! Remember, coupons are doubled up to $2 face value.

Join the Soft Scrub Club, and print two $1 coupons.  Use these at KMart for a free or near free bottle.  You’ll need to register at the Soft Scrub Website.

Nivea Body Wash – price is $4.49.  Use this $2 coupon and pay just .49 cents!

KC Masterpiece Barbecue Sauce $1.99 – Use the $1/1 coupon from 3/14 SS.  Your final price is free!

Bic Razors 10 Pack $3.49 – Use the $2/1 coupon from the 3/28 SS.  Your final price is free!

Halls Cough Drops $1.99 – Use $1/1 from the 3/28 SS.  Your final price is free!

And my personal favorite:  Demet’s Sugar Free Turtles $1.79 – Use $1/1 from the 3/28 SS. Your final price is free!

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