New Shake n Bake, Kikkoman, Simply Saline Printable Coupon

There are some great new coupons available.  All were found at zip code: 07039

ShopRite has the Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade on sale for $1.99.  Plus there is a catalina deal for the marinade:

Buy 2 get $1.50
Buy 3 get $2.00

Here is your deal:
Buy 2 Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade $1.99 each
-(2)$1/1 Kikkoman Products Printable Coupon
Pay: $1.98
Get a $1.50 catalina
$0.24 each after coupons & catalina

There is also a BOGO Free Kikkoman Ponzu sauce coupon available (and another $1/1 marinade coupon on the same site).  You will not be able to use this BOGO with the $1/1 as the BOGO is coded with a “14” which means it attaches to both products and will beep if you try to use another coupon.  Also, I’m not even sure if the Ponzu sauce is considered a marinade.  Thoughts?

ShopRite has the Shake n Bake at $2.39.  So, $0.89 after coupon if your store fully doubles.

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  • Rebekah

    Cindy – Thanks so much for all your work in posting these deals! I had a quick question about the BOGO coupon. How do you tell if the coupon will attach to both items or just one? I printed out the coupon and looked for the “14” which you mentioned in your post but didn’t see it on the coupon.
    Also, are there other numbers in the coupons that signify other things? I know that if the UPC starts with “5” it can be doubled but if it starts with “9” it can not. Are there other codes like that? Thanks for your expertise!

    • Cindy

      All the numbers of the UPC code mean something however all we, as couponers, really need to know is the very first number and the 10th & 11th number in the code. The first number will be a 5 or a 9. Five doubles automatically and 9 does not double. Numbers in the 10th & 11th place are for the value of the coupon. The only value code we have to look for are when you have a BOGO coupon. If those 2 numbers are “01” then it’s for a Free item and attaches to only one of the items out of the 2 and you can use another dollar off coupon on the item you are paying for.. If those 2 numbers are “14”, it attaches to both items and no other coupon can be use. Numbers 2-6 are company codes. Numbers7-9 are family codes which just means that the company has assigned a code for that particular product in their line. And the 13th number is just an error protection code and really doesn’t mean much.

      • Rebekah

        Thanks so much for your explanation!

  • Pat

    I dont think they will take the marinade coupon because the Ponzu is a dipping sauce, but I say give it a try it may be one of those things that the cashier is the deciding factor. Everytime I went to buy it the Ponzu was oos Im glad the cuopon is still good.

  • Christie

    There was also that buy 2 kikkoman products get $1 off eggs in this weeks paper 1/23 – and the 4 grain eggs are $1.99 this week so .99 eggs!