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Whole Foods Market: Kettle Brand Potato Chips Only $1.50 Per Bag (Today Only)

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Head on over to Coupons.com where you can print this $1/2 any Kettle Brand products 4oz or larger coupon. PLUS – through today only, Whole Foods Market has the 5oz bags of Kettle Brand Chips on sale for $2 each, making for a nice deal…

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Buy 2 Kettle Brand Potato Chips 5oz $2 each
Total = $4
Use the $1/2 Kettle Brand products 4oz+ printable coupon
Final cost $3 total – just $1.50 per bag!

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Comments 3

  1. Sandra

    Kroger’s has these chips today at 2 for $4, making them $1.50 each with the above coupon when you buy two.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Great deal! Thanks for sharing Sandra!

  2. Rachel

    Saw two new flavors at Whole Foods-Korean barbecue and Chili Lime cooked in avocado oil. Both were priced at $2.99 each I guess because they were the newer flavors. All the others were $2.

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