Save $1.00 on 2 Mother's Cookies!

Mother’s Animal Cookies send me right back to my childhood. The pink and white frosting-covered animals bring on the nostalgia! Use this printable coupon at Walmart to purchase a bag for $2.00 or save it for a sale! You can find this coupon under zip code 84121 under the food category.

Mother’s Cookies, $2.50, regular price
Use $1.00/2 – Mother’s Cookies, 11.5 oz or larger – (
Final Price: $2.00

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10 thoughts on “Save $1.00 on 2 Mother’s Cookies!”

  1. Dayna says:

    Ahhh I loved these cookies so much when I was younger!! Probably should stay away from them though since I might eat the bag in one day!

  2. SunnyHavens says:


  3. mkbritt says:

    How do you change the zip code? I cannot find a spot to even enter a zip code.

    • Anonymous says:

      go to the tab on top that says local coupons and it will take u to a different page and at the top left corner you can enter the zip code then just go back to the tab that says coupons and it will come up.

  4. Nou says:

    got a even better deal at FoodsCO. They were 2/$4. Used 2 $1/1…Final price…$1 each.

  5. Samantha♡ says:

    I’m confused. If the Mother’s Cookies are $2.50 at regular price and you have to buy 2 to get $1.00 off how is the final price $2.00 after the coupon? Shouldn’t the final price be $4.00?

    • Melanie says:

      They’re sharing the price per item, not the total checkout price before tax… if that makes sense. So if they’re normally $2.50 per package, and the coupon is giving you $0.50 off per item (since it’s $1/2) that would make each package $2 :)

  6. madwagon says:

    I am reading your book and I am wondering if I can still be considered a Krazy couponer if I live in a rural area with only a safeway and a rite aid? Should I still buy all the Sunday papers etc.? Anyone have any suggestions?

    • Melanie says:

      I’m not really an expert or anything, but if you’re just starting out and want to see if couponing is for you (especially in a rural area without many options for shopping) I’d suggest maybe trying to buy one copy of the Sunday newspaper per member of the household. That’s what I started out doing (there are two people in mine) and I gradually upped it to purchasing four copies of the Sunday paper, and that’s worked really well for me.

      My suggestion to you would be to start small, just to get your feet wet. Be sure to check the Sunday newspaper previews when they’re posted in advance to see if any coupons you might be interested will be featured and use that to gauge whether or not you’re interested in the paper that week. Do note that certain coupons are regional coupons though, so there may be occasions where you won’t wind up with exactly what you were hoping for! You can maximize your chances of getting the best coupons by trying to figure out which of the Sunday papers available in your area have the highest circulation rate…. it seems like the more widely circulated the paper is, the more likely it is to have good coupons!

      Also, try not to get frustrated! Couponing can be overwhelming when you’re first starting out, but it does get easier and it doesn’t have to be such a chore :) Having a Rite Aid in your area is great, because I find that I’m personally able to get the best deals at that store for some reason… I know other people disagree with me there, but Rite Aid has been great to me this year! You’re also in luck with a Safeway, as I see a LOT of great grocery deals advertised for them on here… I wish I had one in my area :)

      In short? If you have the extra money to grab a couple papers and give couponing a go, I’d say go for it even IN a rural area… it can be a really rewarding experience :)

      Just make sure you don’t pick them up this weekend, because there won’t be any coupons in the paper due to the holiday weekend!

    • SunnyHavens says:

      I have family that resides in several rural areas. They’ve found it difficult to cash in on deals because there is only one store in the area and stock is quite limited. Good luck to you.