Head over to coupons.com (zip code 30303) to print 2 coupons to use this week on Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain, FiberPlus and Special K bars at Walgreens. Pair the coupon with the sale to get each box for only $1.00!  The bars are on sale 2/$5.00, or $2.79 each. When you buy 2 boxes, you’ll receive a $2.00 Register Reward, good off your next shopping trip!

Kellogg’s Special K Bars, 8 pack, FiberPlus Bars, 5 pack $2.50
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 Register Reward
Use $1.00/2 – Kellogg’s Special K Bars and/or FiberPlus Chewy Bars, 5 ct. or larger – (coupons.com)  No longer available to print
Pay $4.00, Receive $2.00 Register Reward
Final Price: $1.00 each when you buy 2

Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars, 8 pack $2.50
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 Register Reward
Use $1.00/2 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars , 8 ct. or larger – (coupons.com) No longer available to print
Pay $4.00, Receive $2.00 Register Reward
Final Price: $1.00 each when you buy 2

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47 thoughts on “Kellogg’s Bars, Only $1.00 at Walgreens”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I cant find this coupon is under those zips is there another zip maybe? I keep looking with no luck :(

  2. Anonymous says:

    Can anyone tell me if there is a limit on how many RRs we can get in one transaction?

  3. Anonymous says:

    I can’t find these under either of the zip codes  :(

  4. Anonymous says:

    is the nutri grain coupon still available i cant find it

  5. Anonymous says:

    I purchased some coupons from a top seller on e-bay.  But now looking at them, I wonder if they are scanned or copied.  Is that possible and if so, is there any way to tell.  I do not wish to be using fraudulent coupons.

    • Anonymous says:

      Without seeing them, it is hard to say if they are scanned or copied. If you have doubts, I would not use them.

      • Anonymous says:

        thanks for your reply KCL. I guess like food, when in doubt, throw it out :)

        • Krista says:

          If you received multiples of the same coupon, the numbers should be different. If they’re all the same, the coupons are copied. If they’re different, they are original prints. I had this issue with a Walmart cashier one time, not wanting to scan my coupons b/c they were in black and white and not color. I first showed her the Wal-mart coupon policy that states black and white prints are ok and showed her that the numbers were different so they weren’t copies. They all scanned just fine and I *think* she appreciated the coupon education. Or maybe she just wanted me out of the store. Ha! Wal-mart has been CRAZY lately with coupons.

  6. Can you use this RR on Pop-Tarts???

  7. sully says:

    i got this coupon in my sunday insert they expire on june 10 2012

  8. Lizrox! says:

    Coupon isn’t available anymore :(

  9. I thought you could REDEEM an RR and RECEIVE one in the same transaction?

    • My apologies, on this particular sale, the Kellogg’s 2/5.00 items are rolling. Those register rewards can be used against the same product or another in the Kellogg’s sale and get the 2.00 RR back. This is not how it usually is with Wags RR. So, it’s an uncommon and good deal right now. 

  10. Rose Deacon says:

    Not good with drug stores yet. Can I use a rr to purchase this and still get the rr

    •  If you use a RR from the NutriGrain bars on another set of two NutriGrain bars it will not print another RR. It automatically cancels out the new one. You could use the RR from the NutriGrain on another product such as the Scrubbing Bubbles cleaner, and then receive another RR. With Wags RR you could do something like, 2 NutriGrain bars (2/5.00-1.00MFC=4.00) Then get 2.00 RR and buy a can of the Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna for 79c (or a cheaper clearance item, like the book covers some locations have for 10c) and the Witch Hazel. This would be 4.79 together, then use the 2.00 RR from the NutriGrain, bringing it to 2.79, then you would get a 4.00 RR from the Witch Hazel. Just an example. When you use RR at Wags, their must be the same amount of items as MFC and RR, (4 items = 2 MFC and 2 RR for example) The total must also be more than the value of the RR and other coupons used before tax. The new registers make this easier to see, since it does display the tax on the purchase whereas locations with the old registers do not and you get to play the guessing game, adding on more items to use that last RR.

    • But the Kellogg’s sale this week is an uncommon exception to the rule. You can use one of the RR from the NutriGrain or Pop-Tarts against more of the same product or another product of Kellogg’s in the 2/5.00 sale. I hope I did not confuse you! 

      • rose d says:

        No you didn’t confuse me it made perfect sense…. I do appreciate the help. Still working on the register rewards. Just not quite there with it yet. I got target down though….:) They see me coming and sigh from the stack of coupons each week….

        • Awesome, so I’ll take you to Wags and you can take me to Target! lol My method at Wags, if you are starting the sale week without any RR, is usually to start with the cheapest OOP (out-of-pocket) that provides a RR. Like a deodorant for 3.49, use a 1.00 MFC, and recieve a 2.00 RR. It’s like paying .49 cents for that product, and your OOP on the first transaction would be 2.49. (All just an example.) Then, use that RR against a second item that might be a little more expensive. and when you do this, you need to grab a filler. Just a small relatively inexpensive item to add to the transaction for the RR to attach to an item, assuming you would have a MFC on the second item as well. So, it’d be something like this-

             (Trans #2) 5.99 Item
                               .35 Caramel
                            -1.50 MFC
                            -2.00 RR 
                          =2.84 OOP
          That’s just an idea for you, some people like to save time by buying all free after RR items in one transaction then just use it all against the other items they are buying. However, if you stick to RR items WITH MFC of course, :-) You will be able to almost “recycle” your money from the first transaction you make through the others and even leave with a RR still in hand to start the following week with. Everybody has their preferences and you can save some with each, I just feel as if I save more, if I use my RRs against other items, with a cheap filler, and sometimes like this weeks hot dog/hamburger buns on sale, you can find a filler that’s probably a needed staple in your home. It’s a little more costly so the total OOP wouldn’t be as low if you can find something like a caramel, pencil, or cheap clearance item, but I love saving at Wags myself. Hope this helps get you going and making some cashiers sigh at your Wags too! :-)

  11. Cindy Pilato says:

    I tried this but the register rewards would not print. The manager couldn’t figure out why and just asked if I wanted a refund.  Didn’t even apologize!

    • If you tried it with the NutriGrain bars, Apple flavor, there has been some word that it hasn’t been printing as it should. However, it should! The UPC must not have been entered into the system with the sale. I would definitely speak to the store manager, because there could’ve been two ways to solve the issue-either a form you send it to get rebated from the company, or the manager could’ve “forced” a RR for you, by grabbing another sale item, ringing it up, cashing it out as if purchased, then void the transaction as if it never happened once the Catalina printed the RR. There should’ve been at least an apology! As, long as you have an item that is included in the ad, even if it is not pictured, it should be honored.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sorry you had this experience. Did you show him the circular outlining the deal?

    • Anonymous says:

       My nutrigrain apple were not marked as on sale or with a reward.

  12. linda perrine says:

    can’t find that coupon…what zip code?

  13. Can I use this even if I am not in the zip code you mentioned?