School’s going to be in session soon, and that means busy mornings! Don’t get caught missing the bus! Grab a quick breakfast for the kids with a great deal on Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars at Target. Combine a new manufacturer coupon with a Target coupon plus a gift card deal to score five boxes for just $0.94 each!

Buy 5 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars, 8 ct $2.54, sale price through 8/4
Buy 5 Kellogg’s Products, Receive $5.00 Target Gift Card, through 8/4
Use two $1.00/2 – Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars, 8 ct or larger, limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip – (coupons.com)
And use one $1.00/3 – Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars, 8ct, Target Coupon – (target.com) 
Pay $9.70, Receive $5.00 Target Gift Card
Final Price: $0.94 each, when you buy 5 

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18 thoughts on “Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars, Only $0.94 at Target!”

  1. Kdbrown9 says:

    I totally scored on this one!  So awesome that you guys work this out in advance for us.  I never would have figured out the combo myself…LOL!

  2. sully says:

    love this bars but my target only allows one printable like coupon

    • Anonymous says:

      Sounds like your store is making up it’s own coupon policy! You might want to contact corporate.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ring up your nurtri bars first a one transacvtion.  Then you can use the gift card on your second transaction.  You may want to have sepearate transactions for groups of five.  Always think in separate transactions.  You can then use your giftcards, rr, ecb, etc. right there on the spot.

  4. Cheryl says:

    Am I missing something? By my calculation 2.54 x 5 = 12.70 – use $1.00/2 coupon and the $1.00/3 target coupon = 10.70 oop – $5.00 gift card = 5.70 divided by 5 = $1.14 each not $ 0.94 each

    • You use (2) of the $1/2 manufacturer coupons.  She also figured the $5 gift card into the final total.  So, $2.54 X 5 = $12.70 – (2) $1/2 & (1) $1/3 coupons = $9.70 – $5 gift card = $4.70 divided by 5 = .94c a box.

      When you do a gift card deal at Target you get handed the card before you pay, so you can turn around & use it right away on your purchase to get the $4.70 total.

      • Chelsea says:

         My cashiers never allow this, and always tell me the gc has to be used in a future transaction.

        • Luca Bella says:

          Same here, I’ve done deals where I do multi transactions and have the GC from the previous transaction, and they’ll think it’s the one I just got, and they’ll say “you can’t use this one, it’s for a future transaction”…

      • Anonymous says:

        Thanks for double checking my math! Looks like I did it correctly, phew : )  When you get a gift card at Target, however, you can’t typically use it to pay for your current transaction. 

  5. freckles411 says:

    .87 cents a box (after the GC) if you have 2 shoppers with you and you buy 6 boxes, so you can use 2 target coupons and 3 manufacture coupons

  6. katie77 says:

    When I printed the coupon, it has a picture of the nutri grain bars, target web coupon at the top, expiration date, and bar code.  However, it says nothing about $1/3.  Anyone else have this problem?

  7. Xochipalena says:

    Can you buy 10 in a single transaction and get 2 $5 giftcards or do I have to do 2 seperate transactions?

  8. Melissa0127 says:

    just wondering why you have to purchase 5? the 1/3 coupon should still work… right? if purchasing 4 with the same coupons they would be .43c……

    • Anonymous says:

      You have to purchase 5 select Kellogg’s items to get the $5.00 Target gift card. If you’re just using the coupons, you certainly don’t need to buy 5 : )