$1.50/1 Kashi cereal printable (reset)

The $1.50/1 Kashi Heart to Heart printable has been reset! Go here to print it. (Thanks, MrsBuysMoreandMrsSavesALot!)

Use this coupon with the new Target B2G1 (use 1 Target coupon with 2 printables) to score inexpensive cereal!

There were also Vocal Point coupons that some of you should have received last week which would make this an even better deal.

Thanks, NaturalOnABudget!

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  1. says

    Wouldn’t you know it?
    I just went to Target and got two free boxes – one from VocalPoint and one from RecycleBank.

    SO – if you HAVEN’T done Recycle Bank yet, you can sign up and once you have 50 points you can get a free box of Kashi Cereal (and the coupon came FAST), up to 5.00! I got the 4.99 box of Go Lean Crunch and it is AMAZING.

  2. says

    Since the Target scenario won’t work – here’s a better from CVS this weekend.

    $2.50 Kashi Cereal – Buy 3
    – B2G1 Manufacturers Coupon
    – Vocal Point FREE Coupon
    – $1.50/1 Manufacturer Coupon
    Final Price: $.50 each

  3. says

    This could still work at Target if the Target coupon is a manufacturer’s. I have not printed mine yet so I have not checked. You could still use the Target B2G1 and 2 $1.50/1 coupons. I checked the price today at Target and they are around $3.50 per box. Since I do not have a CVS I will probably do this.
    3 boxes = $10.50
    – B2G1 – $3.50
    -2 $1.50/1 – $3
    Total oop $4.00 Still not too bad.

  4. Courtney says

    Just printed the coupons from Target.com and they are manufactuers coupons- you could still use the Vocal Point or Recycle bank free coupons with them though.

  5. Mary Ann says

    I couldn’t print this again. Said I already printed my limit, so I guess it wasn’t reset, for me anyway.

  6. Jessica says

    The B2G1 coupon is not a Target coupon, it is a manufacturer coupon. I don’t understand why you can stack manufacturer coupons like this ethically. I know you can stack store coupons and manufacturer coupons, but using more than one coupon when a coupon clearly states that you need to buy 2 in order to get the free one doesn’t seem right.

    I guess I can see that you could get 3 cereal, use the B2G1 coupon and a coupon for the one you are getting “free” (like the Vocalpoint free one–which would make 2 of the cereals free then), but I don’t see how you could buy 3 cereals and use 3 coupons.

    Am I seeing this all wrong here?