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Gone! FREE Kiss My Face Bar Soap at Kroger

Gone! FREE Kiss My Face Bar Soap at Kroger

$3.00/1 – Kiss My Face Product – (facebook.com)

Check out this awesome coupon on Kiss My Face’s Facebook page! Three dollars off means you can score some free face soap at your local Kroger affiliate! This is a PDF coupon, so please print and redeem responsibly. Let us know if you find other products we can use this coupon with!

Kiss My Face Bar Soap $2.19, Regular Price
Use $3.00/1 – Kiss My Face Product – (facebook.com) no longer available to print
Gone! FREE Kiss My Face Bar Soap at KrogerFinal Price: Free

Kroger family stores include: Ralph’s, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, King Soopers, QFC, Dillon’s, Smith’s, Baker’s, Cala Foods, City Market, Foods Co, Gerbes, Hilander, Jay C, Owen’s and Pay Less.

Thanks, Savings Lifestyle

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56 thoughts on “Gone! FREE Kiss My Face Bar Soap at Kroger”

  1. I could not find this at Kroger or Walmart..  :(

  2. PLEASE HELP ME……….Since I live in Texas I can’t seem to find any Kroger affiliates around. So instead I went to Kroger and found out that the soap is 3.76 a bar. I was really bummed at this price and I bought 3 bars anyways so I could try it. I will just have to find the product somewhere else or is there and advertised deal on these bars at the affiliates? PLEASE HELP ME COUPON LADY!!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      I think you got a good price, it’s $3.79 to $3.99 at target, at my Kroger it was over $4.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I didn’t get these before they were gone. If anyone can’t use theirs let me know and Id do a swap for other coupons or if anyone can send me the pdf, that’d be super kind of you!

  4. silly gal says:

    the coupons are all gone as of 4  hrs ago…bummer

  5. Anonymous says:

    Just found these at Safeway for $2.99 each this morning. The cashier was happy to see that the store carried this soap! They had 3 varieties. I purchased 1 of the Olive and Aloe soap, and 1 of the Pure Olive Oil Soap. My Walgreen’s and Rite Aid didn’t carry this line.

  6. I am just wondering where in the store you found them? My store has a separate beauty section and then a face products section by the soaps. Just wondering, I couldn’t find any but maybe I was looking in the wrong place. Thanks.

    • bessieh says:

      I found it with health and beauty supplies. This is a seperate isle from regular soap.
      It was isle 13 at my Krogers. Things like the burt’s bees wax  were on the same shelf.

  7. Melanie Reed says:

    $3.99 at my Kroger store (Smiths), but they are $3.19 at my local Family Dollar….so perhaps 19 cents is not too poor of an alternative. Plus tax of course…perhaps more around 25 cents each then. 

    • Anonymous says:

      Do you think Family Dollar will accept a printable coupon??  Dollar Tree does not take coupons period.  I can certainly understand why.  We used to be in business for ourselves.  I have told my mother many times, “If we still had our store, there is no way I would accept internet coupons.  Too many fraudulent coupons out there.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I saw some bars for 2.99 at Whole Foods. The KMF sunblock was on sale for 10 so 5 after you stack with WF coupon.

  9. Anonymous says:

    just got bought from kroger and they didnt have any for 2.19. the cheapest i saw was 3.99. im gonna hold onto my coupons and check other stores first:)

  10. Anonymous says:

     We will usually not accept coupons for more than about 75% of a product’s value. For
    example, a $2.00 off coupon will be acceptable for a product that
    normally sells for $5.00 or more.  But a $2.00 off printable coupon for a
    product that sells for $2.25 is unlikely to be legitimate.  If there
    are exceptions we are usually provide advance notice by the
    manufacturer.

  11. Michelle says:

    There are none for $2.19 at either of my Kroger stores.  They are $4.29.  =(

  12. Anonymous says:

    i thought at krogers you couldn’t use a coupon to get something for free. In there coupon policy it states that you cannot use a coupon more than 75% of the value of the item. Have you guys run into that? 

    • Anonymous says:

       This is not a corporate-wide policy and will vary from store to store. Definitely stick with your specific store’s policies.

      • True.My Kroger store takes any coupons as long as they can scan them.I’ve used high value coupons,coupons for free items (like Gift to grow program,stonyfield rewards program coupons,etc.).Pdf coupons also no problem as long as they are not expired.                                                                                                                I just purchased 2 bars at my Kroger with this coupon.No problem.
           I hope everyone will have a good luck with this good deal at your local stores.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I am new to couponing, so this might be a silly question, but once a barcode for a coupon is scanned doesn’t the store’s computer system recognize that you are trying to use the same coupon over and over again (if you make more than one copy)? 

    • Anonymous says:

       Nope! A bar code on a coupon is like a UPC on a box of cereal. All the like cereals will have the same code, all boxes of Cherrios have the same codes. It’s how the register recognizes the item or coupon and knows to add money or subtract money from the subtotal. Most printable coupons are numbered somewhere on the coupon in small print. The numbers are checked when they are at the sorting facility and that is when a store can be notified of copies. The register will only know that coupon A will take off money from product A unless there are more coupon A than product.

  14. Anonymous says:

    the coupon is showing in one whole page (8×10). is it really like that?  how can i make it smaller?  don’t want to waste alot of ink for this coupon .  any idea?

    • It only takes up about 35% of the page.

    • Anonymous says:

       When you get to your print dialog box, you can select to print at a lower percentage. But I wouldn’t recommend going too much smaller as it may damage the scan code if it’s altered too much.

    • Anonymous says:

      When I printed mine I changed the setting to landscape and it came out like any other coupon, except that it printe in the middle of the page. Once you cut it the other end can be used to print single coupons :)

  15. Anonymous says:

    they have this at target for I think,,,,$3.79, not sure if there is any sale…:)

  16. Hua Ren says:

    anyone know if this can be combined with Wholefoods online coupon $2.5off any suncare products? 

  17. Anonymous says:

    Has anyone actually done this deal yet?  Kroger’s coupon policy is that no coupon may exceed 75% of the retail value of a product.  My Kroger is very strict about this rule!  I would love free soap, I have none left in my stock pile!

    •  Wow, I haven’t heard about that yet, but I haven’t been couponing that long. Why would they care about the amount of the coupon, they get paid anyway.  I have looked around and I have found that Walgreens carries the brand, So I think Rite Aid might too.

    • Amanda Davis says:

      The Kroger in my area has the same rule. They also will not accept a printed coupon that will result in a free product. The other issue that comes up is that it is a pdf file. There are so many people that abuse the print rule, that a lot of the stores around here will no longer accept them at all. The walmart stores carry the kiss my face line in my region. You might try there.

      • Anonymous says:

         I work at Kroger in Va and that rule is so there isn’t as big a chance of coupon fraud. Same reason we don’t accept free product coupons that you print yourself. Most companies don’t give away free products on coupons you can print at home. You can try, some cashiers don’t notice because it won’t beep  and flash a warning on the cashier’s screen. I’d say to try for it, and if it your cashier doesn’t accept it, then at least you tried.
        A lot of cashier here only know the very basics of the coupon policy. I went through training with cashiers with 5 other stores in Va and we weren’t informed of all the policies, just the basic ones that we would experience in everyday working. A cashier has to go to a supervisor or manager at their store to get the policy as they have varying policies.

    • Anonymous says:

       That sounds like a very store-specific policy, and an unfortunate one :( I understand their intention but the store does get reimbursed for the full amount of the coupon, regardless of what you pay for with it :)

      • Rose Deacon says:

         I have the same policy at my Krogers, however, We have 6 krogers in my town and  there are a few cashiers that will take it at one of the stores. I have to sniff the good ones out. Unfortunately it is not a guarentee that they will.

  18. Anonymous says:

    does anyone knows if fred meyer carry this soap too? or anything store does?

  19. Anonymous says:

    any other stores that carry Kiss My Face besides Kroger affiliates?  We don’t have Kroger or any of their affiliates and I don’t know where I could buy this product…

  20. Ashley Fiskvik says:

    Im planning on going there sometime today or maybe tomorrow. Other than the soap is there anything thing else from Kiss My Face that is a good deal?? Thanks! =)

  21. Anonymous says:

    Since becoming pregnant, lavender is my new favorite fragrance. It seems to curb the morning sickness. I’m On my way to smiths now!

    •  Qianared, Congrats, when I was pregnant I was sooooooo sick and peppermint seemed to help. I don’t know if they still make it, but Suave used to make a body wash with mint in it, and it helped me feel a little more normal. My mom used to make me Ginger root tea also,Grating ginger root and steeping in hot water, soothed the Yucky tummy.

  22. I think they mean that since It’s a PDF coupon, don’t print a ridiculous amount of them.

  23. Anonymous says:

    When you say please be responsible, does that mean we can only print it out one time and only use one coupon?  I just want to make sure I do it right!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, you’ll want to not print too many for two reasons:

      (1) It wouldn’t be wise to print and redeem a large number (or else manufacturers tend to not offer future coupons)
      and
      (2) PDF barcodes tend not scan at many registers and therefore stores may not accept them.
      Also many stores have a policy that they will no longer accept more than 2 like printable coupons per transaction because of potential coupon fraud. 
      This is also a time you may want to print in full quality (as opposed to fast/ quick print) and in color so they are more likely to scan and that stores are more likely to accept them. 

    • Anonymous says:

      On PDFs, I tend to stick to the 2 print rule. That way I get more than one, but I’m not abusing the company’s kindness by printing out 10+. HTH! :)

  24. Jennie Rav says:

    Love it! Thank you!