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New $1/3 Kellogg’s Eggo Coupon = *HOT* Deal at Target (Starting 3/4)

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Wow!Β  If you’re looking for inexpensive on-the-go breakfast ideas, you’ll want to be sure to print this new coupon and check out the *HOT* deal you can score at Target, starting 3/4!Β  Hurry on over to and use zip code 90210 if necessary to print a new $1/3 Kellogg’s Eggo Frozen Products coupon.

Check out this *HOT* deal you can score at Target, starting 3/4

Buy 5 participating Kellogg’s Items = $5 Target gift card (Starting 3/4)
Deal Scenario #1:
Buy 5 boxes of Kellogg’s Eggos $2
Total = $10
Use the $1/3 coupon found on here
Pay $9
Get back $5 Target gift card
Final cost $0.80 each!
*There’s also a $1/3 Eggos manufacturer’s coupon found on

Deal Scenario #2:
Buy 10 boxes of Kellogg’s Eggos $2
Total = $20
Use 3 $1/3 coupons found here
Pay $17
Get back 2 $5 Target gift cards
Final cost $0.70 each!
*There’s also a $1/3 Eggos manufacturer’s coupon found on

Also, don’t forget that you should also be able to score a FREE Gallon of milk when you purchase 3 Breakfast items with the coupon found here!

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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Comments 48

  1. Alea

    Our Target stores only carry about 5 boxes of Eggos total on their shelves. πŸ™

    • Melissa

      right there with u. they only stock about 5 of anything i ever wanna get. and the shelves are very often already cleared…..quite discouraging πŸ™

  2. Karen

    Buy 15 boxes = $30, use (5) $1/3 coupons = $25, get back (3) $5 gc’s = $.67/ea and 5 free gallons of milk (which you can freeze) ….. I just have a thing about buying items that the coupons don’t tie to lol, so a little ocd about staying with the proper multiples (3 in this case πŸ˜› )

    • ES

      I’m so right there with you- the sad part is that I think we could go through 5 gallons of milk before they went bad without freezing! And 15 boxes of eggos would last maybe 3 months in this house thanks to my son and husband!

    • Alea

      How are you printing that many coupons? The milk coupon is only supposed to be printed once per household and used only once per purchase….

      • gina

        per purchase does not mean “per transaction” “per purchase” means per item purchased, so you can’t buy 1 gallon of milk and use 2 free milk coupons.

        • Alea

          “Limit: You can get one (1) Coupon during this Offer and you may use one (1) Coupon per purchase. Offer not valid with any other offers or coupons.”

          This is why less and less companies are doing these type of awesome promotions, people go crazy and print more and use more than they should. If they wanted houses to use more than one coupon – they would have set a higher limit. Not to mention when someone prints a coupon fives time that they were supposed to only get once – they are taking away from four other families.

          • Karen

            I was able to print 2 coupons, from the same facebook account, from the same computer, but just on multiple days – netting me 8 coupons so far. 3 pieces of fruit yielding me a free gallon of milk? I certainly do not see anything unethical or dishonest about that, and I’m not “hoarding” coupons. If I am able to print coupons for products that my family flies through then I certainly will. Facebook accounts for little Timmy or Fido so I can amass coupons? Definitely not.

          • Katie O

            Each “offer” refers to the individual release of the coupon which has happened multiple times. As a previous poster stated “purchase” and “transaction” are two completely separate things. 1 per transaction would mean 1 coupon in your whole transaction 1 per purchase means 1 coupon per qualifying item. So if you had 6 breakfast items and 2 gallons of milk you could use 2 milk coupons.

          • Lori

            You’re obviously completely wrong here! You’re misunderstanding the whole thing! Nowhere have I seen it say “one coupon per household”. My husband printed the coupon (as did I) from his fb account and filled in the form with the same address- it did not say we couldn’t have it- and it OBVIOUSLY is not limited to one per household because the software is set up to allow TWO prints per computer!!!

            This is not the same as someone exploiting a PDF coupon they were mailed from a company- the promoter has FULL control over how many coupons are issued and to whom. Get off your high horse. I am as ethical a couponer as they come and there is not a problem with this.

            And 1 per purhase means you cannot buy 4 gallons of milk and use the SAME coupon on all of them- it means you have to have a coupon for EACH gallon (each item you buy is considered a PURCHASE- otherwise you’d only ever be able to use ONE coupon in a shopping trip, regardless of what other items you’re buying!)

    • Nikki

      Don’t believe you can overlap those coupons. The 3 breakfast items is a manufacturer coupon and if you’re already using the Eggo coupons on those 3 items, you can’t use both.

      • mel

        The milk coupon will only attach to the milk, not the breakfast items.

        • Lori

          agreed- buying the 3 breakfast items is just a requirement of the coupon- the discount is on the MILK.

          I just used the milk coupon in conjunction with a 50% off Kelloggs cereal sale- I bought 10 boxes of cereal and 3 gallons milk- used two $5/5 Kelloggs cereal coupons, and three Free Milk coupons. Paid $9.67

          It’s no different than when a coupon says “buy item A to get $1 off item b”- you can still use a coupon on item A, since the coupon is not a discount for item A

  3. gina

    So you can overlap the Free Milk coupon with other coupon deals?

  4. Tanya

    Pretty sure people are getting more than 1 free milk coupon by using multiple facebook accounts and computers. I was lucky to be home today to just score one:)

    • gina

      i tried accessing the coupon on a different computer and it wont allow you to. its one per FB page.

      • mel

        I was able to print 2 of the Free Milk wyb coupons from my freebie FB acct. I thought it was 1 print per day, but someone on the fb page said it was a max of 2 prints total. I went to my personal FB page today and it wouldn’t allow another print, so I guess it must be tied to your computer IP address as well. Not that I was being greedy, its just that we go through A LOT of milk here, almost 3 gal/week so this was a really sweet coupon to combine when buying breakfast items! But 2 is more than fair!!

      • Jen

        people use sig others accts, kids accts, probably even have accounts for their pets to get more coupons…

        • Lori

          this is not the case- the coupon software is Smart Source, so the distribution of the milk coupon is the same as how does it- it will allow TWO prints per computer, regardless of what account you’re using. It does not read your IP- they actually are now reading some identifying number attached to your operating system. It makes it harder for people to try and get around.

          Also, logging into a Facebook account on another computer might cause it to not print, recognizing that you have already printed- but if other people in your household or if immediate friends and family members print one for you, then what’s the problem?

          As for people creating “fake” fb accounts to get coupons- in my experience this doesn’t do you any good- since the majority of companies use software created/used by, smartsource, redplum, etc then the rule applies where it will limit you to TWO prints per computer- if you are able to print more than that from the same computer but different facebook accounts, then they’ve made that change possible- which means they’ve altered the status quo to make it so one computer can print multiple times- why would they do that on purpose then? if they wanted it limited to “one per household”?

    • Alea

      Well that’s dishonest and unethical – that’s why I love Collin’s scenarios – she keeps it ethical always πŸ™‚ I just wish my Target carried more frozen products because even with no coupons and no sales – it’s usually cheaper than the grocery store by quite a bit.

      • Jen

        I completely agree. I appreciate even getting coupons, so don’t need to hoard coupons. That being said, our Target is also low on frozen items. The closest Target Greatland is 5 hours away. If it was next to an IKEA, I would consider the drive πŸ™‚

      • Lori

        you’re making assumptions that the woman who said she could get 5 free milk with 5 coupons- got those coupons unethically. The software won’t allow it to be exploited! Don’t understand that? Ever tried to print coupons a THIRD time online? It doesn’t work UNLESS a coupon’s been RESET- which is what the milk coupon was doing for a while- it was being reset.

        As long as you’re following your own ethics when couponing, then more power to ya- but don’t apply your standards to others when you don’t know their situation.

  5. mira

    So excited I love waffles and I was planning on doing some heavy couponing this weekebd before veing induced on wendsday to stock up ! πŸ™‚

  6. dropofrain

    i could not find MQ on Targets’ website. Is it gone already?

    • Mrs. T

      Same here, can’t seem to find it either…..:(

  7. arria

    Where is the Target coupon? I dont see it until Grocery. Thanks!

    • Ashley57

      I couldn’t find it either…maybe it is gone.

  8. Deb

    milk coupon is gone

    • paulette

      milk coupon I believe is suppose to reset again tomorrow. Not sure what time though. So for people who missed out on it, they can grab a coupon or two tomorrow hopefully πŸ™‚

  9. Mrs. T

    Anyone else having trouble finding the Eggo waffle coupon on the Target website? I can’t seem to find it. πŸ™

    • al

      I can’t find it either!!!! πŸ™

  10. Barb J

    can’t find target coupon.

  11. Teresa

    cant find it either

  12. Beth

    Just found the coupon on under zipcode 90210!

  13. Shanna

    Eggos are the best, and the deal is sweet, but I will pass on this one. I have a few boxes of pancake mix and I am gonna make my own with my sisters waffle iron!

    • Cristal

      Great idea! do they last as well as eggos in the freezer?

  14. chrissy

    don’t see the target eggo coupon? anyone else found it?

    • Lori

      There isn’t a Target Eggo coupon. It was a manufacturer coupon that was ON the target site. It might’ve reached it’s print limit.

    • paulette

      try goin thru winco foods coupon (just google it). I just tried to pull it up and it still there πŸ™‚

  15. Michelle Zielicke Murphy

    I printed the Eggo one last night. I bet it was pulled when Coupons put it up. I am able to print the coupons one too. YAY! I was going to buy Eggos for $1, but $.70 is better. hehe

    • paulette

      I dont know where you’ve tried to print out your eggo coupons but, I tried mine thru winco foods coupon (just google it) and it came up) not unless its been permanently removed πŸ™ Also try like swagbucks, cashdazzle and or target ( if you have not tried it thru them yet). Good luck!

  16. Jenny Proffer

    Thank you for the re-post of the $5 off 5 Kellogg’s Cereal Last week. I used it at Albertsons for the in store deal they had for $1.88 each which knocked their giant boxes down to .88 a piece (only 4 flavors but hey we will eat it)

  17. Gina

    Concerning the milk coupons…I see nothing wrong with printing 2 coupons, but when you start printing more than that others do not have a chance to even print 1. Unethical or not, it is not being fair to others! Just think about it.

  18. liz

    is the kellogg under a different zip code? I can’t find and we love eggo waffles πŸ™‚ Thanks.

  19. trishthedish79

    Anyone know where I can snag the 1/3 Kelloggs coupon? It disappeared from Please and thank you!!!

    • Ashley57

      It ran out of prints.

  20. Nancy

    I can’t find the milk coupon!?!?

    • Lori

      it’s long-gone hun

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