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Whole Foods: 2 FREE Coconut Dream Drinks

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Calling all you Whole Foods shoppers! Check out how you can score 2 FREE Coconut Dream Original Enriched Unsweetened drinks…

Buy 2 Coconut Dream Original Enriched Unsweetened drink 2/$4
Use 2 $1/1 Dream Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert, Novelty or Beverage Whole Foods store coupon found here
Plus the $2/2 Dream items coupon found here
Final Cost 2 for FREE!

* And remember, Whole Foods recently released an official Corporate Coupon Policy which specifically states that you can use both a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon on one item!

(Thanks, Daily Cheapskate!)

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20 Hip Readers Commented

  • Maggie says:

    Does anyone know if Publix sells this, because you can use Whole Foods coupons there.

    • brandice says:

      R u sure..my Publix only takes Kroger q’s. Think what ever store is nearyby they will take q’s from them

    • irene says:

      Publix normally has it for around $3.50. Unless there’s a sale, the stack at WF is the better deal — imagine that!

    • Sasha says:

      Only if Whole Foods is very close by & on their list as a competitor store.

    • Cindy says:

      Like Sasha said, it depends on each Publix. If Whole Foods is within the area and considered a competitor by that Publix store then yes, you can use it.

      That said, I don’t recall ever seeing it in my Publix before, but each Publix’s inventory can differ.

  • rachael says:

    Has anyone else seen info on the santa cruz lemonade for a $1 on a 3 day sale?

  • Ann says:

    Thanks for posting! I’m going to go scoop up this deal today!

  • knopichka says:

    Is there a limit? I don’t see it limited on the whole foods coupon site…

  • Shanna says:

    Super excited to stock up in milk!

  • Allie says:

    Can you price match this at Walmart?

    • Sally says:

      If it’s in a sale ad, sure. It’s a gray area in the coupon policy to match unadvertised sale prices.
      But either way, you won’t be able to use the whole foods coupon and a manufacturer’s coupon. You best deal would be to go to whole foods

    • TnM_Travel says:

      My Wal-Mart does not sell the Coconut milks, only the Rice milks ($1.88 each), so I would not be able to price match. Plus, you could not stack the Whole Foods coupon at Wal-Mart. Get to Whole Foods if you can.

  • Vanessa says:

    Can anybody tell me when this sale ends? TIA!

  • MtWhti14 says:

    Awesome donation item!!! Thanks!!!

  • llc says:

    So you are able to use more than one coupon at a time? It says limit one coupon per purchase of specified product per individual. I hate the wordings that are so confusing.

    • Nicole says:

      “One coupon per purchase of specified product per individual” means you can only use 1 Whole Deal coupon against 1 item.
      If you are buying 1 item, you can use 1 Whole Deal and 1 Manufacturer. You could NOT use 2 Whole Deal coupons against 1 item to deduct twice. Just make sure you print a Whole Deal coupon for every item you intend on buying (they won’t accept 1 coupon and scan multiple times). HTH.

  • Carol_R says:

    I don’t even see the coupon on the Whole Foods coupon link. I wonder if it’s gone now.

  • Dawn G says:

    I too am curious if more than one Whole Food coupon can be used? The wording is confusing.

  • RL says:

    Keep your eyes peeled for a $1.00 off 1 manufacturers coupon on the rice and quinoa milk. I racked up! Free milk is awesome. But if you buy 6 you get a 10% case discount too. So free + 10%. Can’t beat that!! Thanks Collin!!

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