The rules are the same:
- You must purchase $25 or more of grocery and drugstore merchandise in order to get your coupons doubled.
- The coupon will not double to exceed the price of an item. So, if your item costs $3.49 and you have a $2 off coupon, you will save $3.49, not $4.
- Coupons worth more than $2.00 (face value), will be rung at face value.
- You may only purchase 4 of the same item using double coupons.
- There is a limit of 10 coupons per customer per day. This seems to vary by location. Some stores are doubling more than that per transaction. Others are sticking to the rules.
There was a $5 off a food, consumables, health, or beauty purchase of $50 or more on the back of the Kmart ad that was in the Sunday newspaper. Sometimes these will be in the in-store ads too, but sometimes they are newspaper only.
You can print a $5 off any $50 purchase coupon HERE. Some of you might also still have the $3 off $20 coupons that printed at checkout during the last round of super double coupons. Kmart has some additional savings coupons available HERE. These include:
- FREE DieHard AA or AAA Batteries (4-pack) when you buy $25 or more of health, beauty, food, and consumables.
- FREE American Greetings Card when you buy $20 or more of health, beauty, food, and consumables.
- FREE SmartCents Paper Towel (1-roll) $25 or more of health, beauty, food, and consumables.
Since the last round of super doubles was just a couple of weeks ago, most of the deals are still the same. You can view my deals from last time HERE, HERE, and HERE. I also had a post where others linked their deals HERE.
Rumor has it that this the last round of super doubles for 2009. So let’s make the most of it! I’ll be heading out tomorrow and will be back to share my deals with you!