$1.00/1 – Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, 30 oz – (print.coupons.com)
Thanks, I Heart Publix 

It’s always a good idea to have plenty of mayo or Miracle Whip stocked, so I am excited to see a new coupon for Kraft Mayo and Miracle Whip.  You can use it at Walgreens this week, where Kraft Mayo and Miracle Whip are on sale.

Note: The coupon prints out “Redeemable at Publix” but is a manufacturer coupon and can be used anywhere!

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, 30 oz $2.99, On Sale thru 11/19
Use $1.00/1 – Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, 30 oz – (print.coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.99

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30 thoughts on “Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip Only $1.99 at Walgreens!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    For the mayo one above, just click on the posted link under the picture. It will take you directly to the site with the coupon, and the mayo coupon is on page 2. Hope that helps!

  2. Jacob Bond says:

    At Price Chopper here in Kansas City, Miracle Whip is on sale for $1.99, making these $0.99 each! I got two for me and I’m getting two for my sisters later today.

  3. Never mind! I figured it out. :)

    • i just got back from walmart and they took mine i even asked 2 csms before we used them and they said it shouldn’t be a problem. we checked out with no problems no beeps or anything. and they aren’t changing polices bc of legal uses like this mrn its the issues like a guy last week trying to use a fake $3.00 off nestle life pure water

  4. Is there a particular zip code to use to find this coupon? I have tried several and haven’t been able to find it.

    Thanks!

  5. Anonymous says:

    KCL, Why are you posting coupons intended for Publix customers? The Cooking with Kraft website even states it is intended for Publix customers and requires you sign up for an account and specifically states that you must live in AL, GA, TN, FL or SC. You are only encouraging dishonesty. I thought more of you guys.

    • Anonymous says:

      Dear mrn1,
      Thank you for expressing yourself regarding the Kraft coupons being intended for Publix customers and your above comment regarding KCL encouraging dishonesty. Your sincere concern is duly noted and acknowledged.

      Apparently, KCL is unable to personally respond to you at the moment, as they are no doubt tirelessly preparing other magnificent deals for the benefit of all of us. Therefore, if I may be so presumptuous as to reply…..

      Please be assured that KCL would NEVER knowingly encourage dishonesty! To the contrary, their unblemished record over time reveals that they have consistently discouraged dishonesty and have ALWAYS promoted honesty among couponers!
      Furthermore, a careful examination of this post contains the following clarification that may have been overlooked- “Note: The coupon prints out “Redeemable at Publix” but is a manufacturer coupon and can be used anywhere!”

      Additionally, every scenario is generally presented with the understanding that those who can and choose to benefit from it will, and those who cannot won’t. Is it reasonable to expect every single post to apply to everyone? If the coupon is restricted in certain states and/or has limitations, isn’t it the responsibility of the couponer and the store to verify it’s proper usage? Is it fair to hold KCL accountable for abuse? Could it be that you were quick to draw an improper conclusion?

      In the final analysis, you have every reason to think highly of KCL and to hold them in high regard!

      Pizzaz

      • Anonymous says:

        Note the coupon does not state “redeemable at Publix”. It states “Redeem at Publix”. Cooking with Kraft is a website intended for Publix customers, like it or not. It even states it on the site. Coupon policies are changing and it is because of issues like these. Good luck to everyone finding their deals.

    • a coupon is a coupon, get over it! we are not a complaint department!

  6. Thank you SO much! I hope they’ll accept them at my store. *crossing fingers*

  7. Anonymous says:

    FYI–there is a capri sun coupon for a $1.00 off as well.. these are hard to come by in my area in CA …

  8. Anonymous says:

    If anyone lives near a Savemart, Mircale Whip is on sale for $2.99 for one, (it’s $3.49 for any more after that), if you donate $1.00 to the local food bank at their registers, you get a Kraft booklet that has $5.00 worth of coupons, and includes $1.00 off Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip or Kraft Salad Dressings and $1.00 off any Kraft Shredded or 8oz. chunk cheese, $1.00 off Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs, coldcuts of bacon and $1.00 off Nabisco cookies or crackers and $1.00 off Maxwell House or Yuban coffee. These say they are a Retailer Coupon and expire on 12/31/11 and have a Savemart logo on the coupon. I don’t know if they will work at any other stores other than Lucky’s or Savemart or S Mart, but it’s worth a shot.

  9. Anonymous says:

    For those that live near Winn Dixie, it is BOGO would make it $1.64 ea.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Has anyone used this at wags yet? I know the time we had the skittles qs from target they gave me trouble with beeping at the register and one of the cashiers wouldn’t take it.

  11. Misha Mishka says:

    I am so happy to see this deal! My hubby is on his last jar of MW :-)

  12. Anonymous says:

    So, walmart excepts competiors coupons? Like a target coupon, walgreens coupon and so forth? Kind of confused

    • Donna McGuffie says:

      Yes, I just came from my Walmart and used about 6 Safeway coupons with no problem.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes Walmart does except a competiors coupon. So for example if you have a target printable coupon for an item they will except it, BUT you can only use one coupon per item. If you have a manufacture coupon for .50 off toothpaste, but you have a target coupon for 1.00 off toothpaste, of course you would be saving more with the 1.00 and therefore you would apply that 1.00 off coupon with that toothpaste.

    • Anonymous says:

      Walmart’s policy states that they will only accept “Competitors’ coupons that feature a specific item for a specified price. For example, $2.99″
      They specifically prohibit “Competitors’ coupons for dollars/cents or percentage off, buy one get one free, and double- or triple-value coupons”
      And “Print-at-home internet coupons must be legible, have “Manufacturer Coupon” printed on them, have a valid remit address for the manufacturer, valid expiration date, and have a scannable bar code.” So Target Web Coupons are store coupons and do not have a remit address, therefore they are not accepted.
      They also say that “Only one coupon per item is permitted”, so you cannot stack a store coupon with a manufacturer coupon on one item.
      http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

  13. Anonymous says:

    I have been eagerly awaiting several of these Qs! Thank you!

  14. Anonymous says:

    These are really good coupons! Thanks for the post! =)

  15. These coupons say redeem at Publix. Can they be used anywhere?

    • Lisa Friesen says:

      Susie, they are a manufacturers coupon and you should be able to use them anwhere.

      • Anonymous says:

        Also if you have concern of Walgreens not excepting them, just price match at Walmart where they take competiors coupons.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yes we will more than likely have too because the last time I tried to use one of these kind of coupons Wags would not let me.

    • Anonymous says:

      It does depend on the store: Target and Albertsons will not take coupons that display another store’s logo (even if it is a manufacturer coupon). However, stores like Safeway will accept manufacturer coupons that may display another store’s logo as long as it matches up exactly with an item they carry that you are buying. Walmart usually will accept coupons that have another store’s logo if they are a true manufacturer coupon (with remit address, exp. date, says Manufacturer Coupon, has a scannable bar code, etc) as long as it doesn’t say “valid ONLY at__”.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Most people don’t know that back in 1912 mayonnaise was manufactured in England. In fact, the “Titanic” was carrying 12,000 jars of the condiment scheduled for delivery in Vera Cruz, Mexico; which was to be the next port of call for the great ship after New York City.
    The Mexican people were eagerly awaiting delivery and were devastated at the loss. So much so that they declared a national day of mourning which they still observe today.
    It is known, of course, as …Sinko de Mayo.