Look for these small, 3 oz. cans of Kraft Parmesan cheese on price cut at Target for $1.79. Use a manufacturer coupon and a printable Target coupon and pay as little as $0.29 each! Then, run home, make some Alfredo sauce and invite me to dinner!

Buy 2 Kraft 100% Parmesan Cheese, 3 oz. Reg Price $2.44, sale price $1.79
Use 2 $1.00/1 Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese from SS 2/12 (exp 3/15)
Or $0.55/1 Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese from SS 2/12 (exp 3/15)
And Use 1 $1.00/2 – Kraft Cheese Items, Excludes Single Serve, Void in CA, TN, LA, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $0.29 each when you buy 2

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49 thoughts on “Kraft Grated Parmesan Only $0.29 at Target!”

my coupon is only .55/1. I guess .75 cents isnt bad.

any way to get the SS coupon now?

Look on ebay to see if anyone is selling this particular coupon. I’ve bought from on there before and haven’t had any problems. You can also try different coupon clipping websites but I haven’t tried any yet.

I picked 2 of these up yesterday – Target gave me SUCH A HARD TIME. They tried to sya I needed to purchase the ones in the picture – on their own coupon.  I just stood my ground stating THEIR coupon read ANY KRAFTCHEESE ITEM.  I finally won out.  Yet they where less than thrilled to give me a total of $35.00 worth of merchandise for $6.63. – Almost 1/3 of that was NY state sales tax.

i had to fight target to get them to take the kraft coupon from their site. they said it was for the stackables, and would not scan. They did take it but i had to jump through managers to get it done

i have a ? can anyone tell me how to get more than 1 target coupon online? The do not come in our paper.

:( i dont recall a parmesan coupon in ss 2/12 and its nowhere to be found in my binder…do smartsource coupons vary by state/county?

They only carry the target parm.

My target here in South East Michigan does not carry this product! Bummer!

 Hi there, you need to actually click on the link in the post, which takes you to Target’s printable coupon site (different from their main site). Look under “groceries” and click through the pages until you see the Kraft Cheese one. HTH!

do children count as guest?

It would be void in TN

I just tried this at our local Target in Riverview, FL and no matter how she rang it up, the computer wouldn’t accept the Target coupon. I am going to try the other Target in our area sometime this week and hope for a different outcome. If not there is always the CVS deal coming up.

What does it mean when the coupon says “Limit one coupon or offer per guest.” ??

Hi Julie – interpreting this as literally as possible, keeping in mind the history of the wording on these coupons – you may only use one LIKE coupon per person, per trip. Multiple transactions would not even be possible unless it is a different PERSON using the coupon. 

Was wondering if you might give your advice. I went to Target with the Target coupon and the two Kraft man. coupons, however, the computer would not accept the Target coupon. I was told by the front end manager that the photo is of Deli cheese and that the photo must match. She said they are getting more strict with their coupons because they are not getting paid for them. They also did not accept my Maybelline Target coupon for Mabelline  Baby Lips. Please advise!!   I was polite but wiil call the Store Manager.

I had the exact same experience. The cashier today spent like, 15 minutes examining every single item in my bags and comparing it to the coupons. I couldn’t convince him to take the Target coupon for the parmesan cheese because he thought they were “single serving” sized. Now, I love me some Parmesan cheese, but even I couldn’t eat a whole canister of that in one sitting! I’ve now got that particular cashier on my radar though so I don’t get in his lane again. Not only was he incorrect about the coupons, but he took forever, examining the products and coupons even after the register said they were good! It was very strange because all the other cashiers are quite efficient, and when you point out to them that you actually are buying the correct product, they get it and correct it. 

 Hi there – well, it’s an age-old problem: the cashier/manager who tells us it must match the picture. When we hear that we think “oh dear, here we go…” The wording is the important part. However, it is harder to make an argument about that TO Target about THEIR coupon :/ Unfortunately, a lot of Target coupons beep or don’t go through on their own, so it sounds like they just used the “must match the picture” excuse to explain why this one didn’t go through. I don’t know what to tell you, other than try again at another Target or even another register.

I am happy to tell you that I spoke to the store manager. He felt the coupons were perfectly acceptable!!!! Got my Parmesan Cheese WOOO HOOOO. A big Thanks to you and your Blessed Blog. It has saved me a lot of money!!

 I have found this trick at Target, separate your manufacture Q’s from Target Q’s. Set your MQ’s on top so the cashier scans them first then at the end your Target Q’s will scan with out a beep or cashier having to pick them. This Q scanned with no problems.

Got it!  Thanks!

YAY! I need parmesan cheese..

I didn’t get a paper that weekend, so no coupons for me :( Probably not worth it with just the Target coupon, huh?

Is this right?   $1.00/1 Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese from SS 2/12?? I am only finding the .55/1 on the Johnsonville Braut page.

 There are two different versions of this coupon: a $1.00/1 and a $0.55/1. Sounds like you got the latter.

Houston only had the 55 cents off.. Pooey… But still a good deal. Thanks.

yep its $0.55 in Indiana as well.. :(

If you only have the .55/1 coupon like I do, you can get a similiar deal this coming week (starting 3/11) at CVS. The 8 oz Parmesan Cheese will be 2/$5 or $2.50 for 8 oz, which comes out to 24.3 cents an ounce after you use 1 .55 cent coupon  ($2.50-.55=$1.95/8oz=24.3 cents/oz). If you do the deal at Target with the .55/1 coupon it would be 24.6 cents an ounce ($1.79 x 2=.  $3.58- (2–.55 coupons)=$2.48-$1 Target Coupon=$1.48 for 2 or .74 cents for 3 oz, which is 24.6 cents per oz.  Wanted to let you all know in case you can’t get your hands on a Target Coupon or you don’t live near a Target!  If you have the $1/1 Coupon the deal is better at Target.

 Thanks Judy!

Im sure they prob about to expire.. but may go get some depending on when they expire

Does anybody know how long this price cut is going for? Thanks!

Hi Ashley – these are a different kind of “price cut” where they seem to reduce the price indefinitely, as opposed to a “temporary price cut.” If you notice, the tag is not marked with its usual big sign and a “valid date.” Chances are, this is a new, permanent price, but they term it as a price cut.

 oh awesome! Thanks! :)

I would love to get this deal, but all Target Dairy coupons print as VOID in CA.  Why is that? 

 It has something to do with the Dairy farmers in your state.  I’m sure you can look up the details online.

thanks, I will have to look it up and see what’s up with that. 

Yes, dairy laws in some states prohibit the adjustment of prices on dairy. I can’t speak to the legal details, so like ktsv17 says, you can probably find some info online about it. But I do know it has to do with dairy, specifically. HTH!

Im guessing the Coupon on target isn’t available anymore? :( bummer i needed Parmesan cheese!

 I just printed mine.

its still there :)

hmm.. oh i was looking for a specific Parmesan Q. I see the cheese one now. oops lol thanks!

Its there I just printed it. It says  with purchase of 2 Kraft cheese items and the picture is of cheese slices. Try that!

 Thanks bamabragger! :)

 There is a picture of sliced cheese, not the cans. I just saw it now.

 Glad you were able to find it :) I still see it there as well.

 Yes, be sure to look for a coupon with Kraft cheese on it!

I just printed it 2 minutes ago

Make sure to check expiration dates…. my cousin stocked up on these but they expired March 2012 :-(

 Definately, i picked up and found the ones that expired in Sept, and threw them in the freezer just in case.