New $0.50/1 Kellogg’s Fruit & Oat Harvest Bars or Special K Moments Coupon + Upcoming Target Deal

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Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 11.41.26 PMHop on over to Coupons.com to print a new $0.50/1 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Fruit & Oat Harvest Bars and/or Kellogg’s Special K Moments coupon! If you can’t find the coupon, 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 62946 (Illinois) and click “Submit Changes”. Then click back on this link and the coupon should show up already clipped.

Here’s an upcoming deal you can score at Target (starting September 21st)…

Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 11.43.52 PMKellogg’s Special K Moments – Buy 2 Get 1 FREE (Starting 9/21)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 3 Special K Moments $2.50 each
Total = $7.50
Minus the buy 2 get 1 FREE sale = $5 for all 3 boxes
Use two $0.50/1 Kellogg’s Special K Moments coupon found here
Final cost $4 total, just $1.33 per box!
*If you’re store allows a coupon on a free item, you could use 1 more $0.50/1 Special K Moments coupon, which would drop your final cost down to only $1.17 each!

And just an FYI – these Special K Moments ROCK if you’re lookin’ to satisfy that sweet tooth! 🙂

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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Comments 6

  1. John

    Please reference http://coupons.target.com/search?q=kellogg .

    According to my research, one can print 3 of these save $0.50 on any one Special K Moments Target Catalina printable coupon (assuming we are talking about buying the 5-ct box or larger Special K Moments product and that one has access to a second computer to print the third Catalina).

    Lowest cost scenario when ALSO applying the Target Catalinas:

    Deal Scenario:
    Buy 3 Special K Moments $2.50 each
    Total = $7.50
    Minus the buy 2 get 1 FREE sale = $5 for all 3 boxes
    Use two $0.50/1 Kellogg’s Special K Moments coupon (minus $1.00)
    Now Total = $4 for 3 boxes
    *If you’re store allows a coupon on a free item, you could use 1 more $0.50/1 Special K Moments coupon (minus $0.50).
    Now Total = $3.50 for 3 boxes
    Finally, use 3 of the Target printable Catalinas from http://coupons.target.com/search?q=kellogg (minus $1.50).
    Final total = $2.00 for all 3! (or roughly $0.67 per package.)

    • Tonia

      Unfortunately, that is not a Target coupon 🙁 It does mean we can get twice as many though! 🙂 Thanks!

      • mel

        Those are actually manuf coupons. Not all coupons on the Target site are store coupons, some are manuf coupons being hosted on Target.com
        IDK if your computer shows the same, but when I roll over the coupons, it shows an exp date only, which indicates being a Manuf Coupon. If it were a Target Coupon, it say’s that along with the exp date. Also, another way to tell if it’s a Target coupon, it will say “with purchase of” vs “when you buy”, indicating it’s a manuf coupon.

        • John

          That is correct. However, you can use both. The version from the Target website is a Catalina with a QR-based redemption platform. The version from the coupons.com website is based on the veri-fi® platform. Target can technically get credit for both as one transaction; as the platforms run two completely separate architectures. (That is, no duplicate submission will be detected in the system on their auditing end; as the two systems run independently of each other.)

          *Source: 6 years working in a Target cash office.

          • Tonia

            I was denied the use of both.

  2. Joy

    Unfortunately, those Special K Moments are not made in USA. At least the Coconut ones were. I don’t still have my box of them, but I remember being upset when I saw they were made in Mexico (or was it China?) after I already finished the box and was cutting the rewards code off. I just assumed all Kellogg’s products were made in USA, so I didn’t check before I bought. So disappointed that Kellogg’s chose to make these in another country.

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