Special K Cereal as low as $0.10 at Foodtown!

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Did you print the Special K Coupons yet?  If not, you’ll want to for this great sale at Foodtown.

Foodtown has Special K Cereal on sale for $2.00 each, must buy 4.  You’ll want to buy 4 anyway because you get a $2 instant when you buy any 4 Special K Items.

The coupon that is available is a $0.70/1 Special K Cereal Coupon (zip 84121 if needed).  Some Foodtown Store have a limit of 2 “like” internet printed coupons however not all stores follow that.  If you’re does, you can also use $0.50/1 Special K Chocolately Strawberry Special K Cereal Coupons.

Here are your deals:


Be sure to check out the Foodtown Ad for the week before you shop.

Thanks Lindsay!


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  • Alan

    There is a super coupon from Shoprite that is $2.00 off four Special K (cereal, crackers, bars etc.)

    It does say manf. but it the format makes it a store coupon.

    Cereal are all 2/5… The coupon would make it 4/8. Plus the .70/1 coupon would make them .60 each.

  • This was by far the BEST deal! 10 cents a box of Special K!
    I just did it. It worked! I paid 40 cents out of pocket! The cashier looked at me like, “HUH? Wow! That’s a good deal!”
    Here’s how it works…

    First, print our (4) of the .70 off one “Special K Box” coupon.
    If your FoodTown participates in Double Coupons then you’ll get $1.40 off per box! $1.40 x 4 coupons = $5.60 off four boxes!
    The boxes are (4) for $8
    $8.00-$5.60 = $2.40
    Finally, $2.00 will be AUTOMATICALLY taken off when purchasing four boxes leaving to pay 40 cents!

  • Leslie

    If you are reading comments do not bother going to the Morris Plains Foodtown. They do not accept internet printed coupons. Save yourself a trip and aggravation. At least that was my experience.

  • Melissa

    The $.70 coupons seem to be NLA, BUT there is two new Ibotta offers for Special K!! $1 on cereal and $1 on the crackers or chips!

  • Gathergoods

    IIRC, the Lake Hiawatha Foodtown doesn’t take internet coupons either…