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High Value $1/1 Kraft Natural Slices Coupon

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Wow! Head on over to coupons.com where you can print a new, high value $1/1 Kraft Natural Slices Cheese coupon under zip code 85258! This coupon will definitely make for a great deal when paired with a sale. And I rarely ever see Kraft cheese coupons this high in value, so print while you can. Be sure to let us know if you spot a great deal to pair it up with!

To easily print this coupon, follow these simple directions:

* Head on over to Coupons.com
* Click on the “Local Coupons” tab (located towards the top of the site)
* Enter the zip code 85258 in the box to the upper left
* Then click back on this link to quickly locate the coupon.
* That’s it! Now go get to printing! :D

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12 Hip Readers Commented

  • Joy says:

    Can it be used on shredded & does it print w/Walmart logo? Thanks!!

  • Sara says:

    The coupon says, “Save $1.00 on any Kraft Natural Slices” but the picture shows both sliced cheese and shredded.

    No Walmart logo but it says “Redeemable at Walmart” under the picture and on the bottom right hand corner.

    Bummer, pretty much makes it useless to me. I’ve stopped using these as I’m tired of arguing with cashiers that they’re manufacturers coupons.

    • Lynne W. says:

      Educate the cashier, it says Manufacturer’s Coupon on top and a small Redeemable at Walmart NOT Only Redeem at Walmart. All it means is that Walmart paid to advertise on the coupon. And I used it on the Big Slice Cheese today because it does say on top of Big Slice 100% Natural and as a bonus is pictured on the coupon. If you take another coupon that says Only on it – they can see the difference – also you can talk to the manager and call corporate. Good luck!

  • Rae says:

    Funny that is says for slices but shows pictures of shredded. I was just at the commissary today and their craft 8oz shred bags were 1.78 and the slices are usually about the same price so that would make for a good deal.

    On a separate note, at the commissary, the Schick Hydro razors were on sale for 4.60 and the men’s power hydro was also included and some of them had $4 peelies on them!

  • Lana says:

    On sale at Bi-Lo this week for $2.50. (slices) Buy three and get 10 cents in fuelperks.

  • Renee says:

    The slices are on sale at Meijer this week 2/$4 and if you buy 2 get a free loaf of Meijer split top bread so $2 for all 3!! Meijer accepts any manufacturer coupon so you can use these there.

  • kathryn says:

    Collin – THANK YOU SO MUCH for putting the link that gets you directly to the coupon! It saves so much time because you don’t have to click all the way through the website to get to your coupon the 2nd time. Love – love – love your site!

  • Alice Pin says:

    people when a coupons says ANY it means Any in the collection of the product.

  • Sarah says:

    So it’s printing as any Kraft Natural Cheese for some people? Weird. It says any slices on mine. I assume that even though they have the shredded cheese pictured on the coupon that it shouldn’t be used on those. Is that correct, Collin?

  • juanita says:

    VERY CONFUSING if you ask me.The picture on the coupon actually SHOWS 2 shredded cheese products and ONLY 1 slices. Do you think the “slices” was a typo and it is valid on shredded also??? I would like it to be.

    I agree with someone above, this coupon is asking for an argument. For me, it is Walmart who interprets “Redeemable At” as being ONLY for the store indicated. That came from a manager. I disagree. If that were the case, it should say “Redeem At ….” or have the word “Only” in it. To me, “Redeemable at …” is suggestive.

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