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High Value $1/1 General Mills Cereal Coupon, $1.25/1 Totino’s Rolls, $1/1 Yoplait + More (& Walgreens Deal!)

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Just a heads up that in addition to the $1.25/1 Nature Valley Granola Bars coupon, several of the other *HOT* high value coupons that we saw last month are back! Head on over to Coupons.com to print your coupons now, while they are available….

*$1.25/1 any Totino’s Rolls Snacks
*$1/1 any select Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, + more products coupons
*$1/1 any General Mills Big G cereal: Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Chex, or Lucky Charms
*$0.50/1 any Pillsbury Grands! biscuits

* IMPORTANT NOTE – If you can’t find any of the coupons above, head here and click on the Sign-in link in the upper right corner to log into your account at Coupons.com. Next click on your name in the upper right hand corner to show the drop down menu and finally, click on “Your Profile”, set your zip code to 77477 (Texas) and click “Submit Changes”. Then click back on the links above and the coupons should show up already clipped.

Use the $1/1 select General Mills cereal coupon to score a very sweet deal at Walgreens through today, March 1st only. Check it out…

General Mills Cheerios Cereal 8.9 to 13.1 oz 3/$8
Buy 3 = 3,000 Balance Rewards points (= a $3 reward)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 3 boxes of Cheerios cereal for $8 total
Use 3 $1/1 any General Mills Big G cereal: Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Chex, or Lucky Charms coupons (you’ll need access to more than one computer)
Use use the $1/2 Cheerios coupons found in the 2/2 SS or here
Pay as low as $5
Get back 3,000 Balance Rewards points (= a $3 reward)
Final cost only $2 for 3 boxes, just $0.67 per box!!

Also, here’s a Walmart deal you can score on Go-Gurt:

Buy 1 Yoplait Go-Gurt 8-pack priced around $1.98 (varies by region)
Use the $1/1 any select Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, + more products coupon
Final Cost only 98¢!

(Thanks, The Shoppers Apprentice and Raking in the Savings!)

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47 Hip Readers Commented

  • Amber says:

    Do you know if i emailed these to myself from coupons.com app will i be able to print them if for some reason theyre gone by the time i get home?

    • Barbara says:

      No you won’t :( I tried that once when I was away from home and while it showed the coupons as being clipped nothing would print out since they were already gone.

  • Takia says:

    I followed the instructions and they still do not pop up unless they are already gone. This happened last time these coupons were available. I am logged in , and changed my profile to Texas. Is there any other zip code to use?

  • Toni says:

    Please help!! I am going crazy trying to change the zip code for Grocery IQ App to print these high value coupons from my apple devices. Any suggestions?

    • A says:

      I’ve also tried a million, billion different ways, and nothing at all makes these coupons appear. Do you think they are already gone? Has anyone else got them? It is 12:42 where i am right now.

  • Erin says:

    I also found a $1 off 4 yoplait yogurt cups

  • lisa says:

    What zip code is the $1 off 1, cuz im only seeing $1/2

  • momof3 says:

    Yay thankyou i got them right now. I usually miss out on these good coupons so im glad

  • Wanna says:

    It doesn’t work on that TX zip code for me either. Do you know about any other zip code to use? Thanks!

  • AC says:

    My Walgreens only allows two like coupons, per customer, per day. Found that out the hard way…

  • Samantha says:

    Anyone else having an issue changing the zip code? I’ve logged into coupons.com and try to switch my zip code on the profile and under the “Local” tab and it’s not taking, keeps saying error occurred on both Chrome and Internet explorer, but on my iPad and IPhone when I access the coupons.com app there are no issues switching the zip code…ugh!

    • LG says:

      Same here, not sure what the problem is!

      • Samantha says:

        I closed my browsers like Reader above suggested and reopened chrome and it finally allowed me to change my zip code, hope you got it to work!

        • A says:

          I’ve tried everything that’s been suggested and everything I could think of at least twice…I’m thinking they are gone, gone, gone? Anyone know for sure???? :)

          • They are still there for me. Try closing out Coupons.com completely and clicking on the links above. Also, make sure to check your profile again to see if it’s set to 77477 (Texas)

            • A says:

              thank you, you are so kind :) I’m guessing I have something weird wrong on my own computer since it still won’t work, I’ll have to check it out further since it seems like everyone else is fine. It is great to know which way to investigate, though, so I love the helpfulness of this blog :)

    • Stacy says:

      If your using swagbucks or any site that you put in your zip code already. It will have to match your profile zip code.

  • Erin says:

    There is also a $1.25/1 Magnum ice cream bars

  • Tabitha says:

    There’s also some saving star offers for select cheerios, cinnamon toast crunch and chex. So if you have any stores near you that participate in the program you could possibly get it even cheaper. One deal that I know of is at CVS, chocolate cheerios is 2/$4 (sale ends today), use 2 $1/1 q’s, pay $2 and get back $1 from saving star for purchasing 2 boxes so 50 cents a box.

  • swinkachen says:

    Used Texas zip code but still nothing clipped when I clicked the links. Are they all gone now?

  • Mike says:

    For those of you having issues, I recommend deleting your cookies. Then going back to coupons.com and sign in. That’s what works best for me.

  • Pharmchick says:

    Make sure to go through sb to print your coupons for 10 sb/print!

  • MomOfTwo says:

    I can only seem to print certain coupons if I go through a coupon database, Its so strange I’ve NEVER had this issue before, thank you for all your hard work collin

  • Christine says:

    Does anyone know if there is a way to change zip codes when using MyPoints? It use to pop up right when you went to coupons but now I can’t find a way to change it.

  • AuntBea says:

    Tostinos pizza rolls are 10/$10 this week at Kroger (Illinois). With the coupon they’re free!!

  • Lisa says:

    Collin–are there any DD deals at Walgreens today?

  • jennifer says:

    thanks worked for me.

  • Stacy says:

    Did you see the 75 cents off Crisco!! Awesome too!

  • julia says:

    at target they have the retro boxes of general mills cereal {the big 18 ounce boxes} for $2.50 and there is a target coupon for 75 cents off 2. So it ends up being about $1.12 for each cereal.

  • Autumn says:

    Is the $1/1 General Mills cereal coupon GONE? :(
    I didn’t get a chance to print sooner…

  • Stefanie says:

    I don’t know if these coupons are gone now or what, but I have tried everything- my zip code was already set as the one listed (TX 77477), I tried clearing my cookies, switching browsers (IE, Chrome, Firefox), and clicking through Collin’s links, but nothing I do is getting them to show up :((

  • Shanshan says:

    Still there as of now:
    $1/1 any select Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix…
    $0.50/1 any Pillsbury Grands! biscuits
    Gone:
    $1.25/1 any Totino’s Rolls Snacks
    $1/1 any General Mills Big G cereal
    $1.25/1 Nature Valley Granola Bars coupon

  • Megan says:

    I tried yesterday and today and cant get totinos, nature valley or general mills coupon.

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