Pop-Tarts make for a quick and easy breakfast or snack. This week at Albertsons, Pop-Tarts are on sale for $1.79. Print this coupon now to save $0.70 on the cupcake variety, but hold on to it until Sunday! We should be getting Albertsons’ Twice the Value coupons which will drop the price to a measly $0.39 per box!

Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, Confetti Cupcake 8 ct $1.79, sale price through 9/18
Use $0.70/1 – Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts Confetti Cupcake, any, Redeemable at HEB – (coupons.com)
And use Twice the Value coupon
Final Price: $0.39 


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22 thoughts on “Cupcake Pop-Tarts, As Low As $0.39 at Albertsons!”

  1. griselda rosales says:

    I can’t find the coupon what code is it under?

  2. natalya says:

    What zip code is this under?

  3. clbsweetie says:

    Can I use this coupon at any store?

    • clbsweetie says:

      I know it says HEB, but I was wondering if it can be used at Shoprite or another supermarket because its a manufactures coupon?

  4. Anonymous says:

    How frustrating! You may want to try another browser or clearing your internet cache between prints. If you are still having a problem, contact coupons.com directly to see if they have any other solutions.

  5. Carolyn Saunders says:

    Don’t understand how you get the double coupons from Albertsons . I saw someone post in a mailer , I don’t get any mailer from them, is this the only way? When I asked at the about them they had no idea what I was talking about.

  6. dropofrain says:

    our store will not take any coupons with another store’s name or logo on it. Period. I am in Idaho

  7. Jennifer says:

    hi kcl! i have a question that is totally not on the subject of pop tarts. lol i didn’t know where else to contact you as to asking a question. anyway! so, I was at cinnabon and i had one coupon for a free mochachillatta (compliments for my birthday:D) and another $3 off coupon for a 4-6 pack of cinnabons. now, the cashier said that I could not use them both because on the bottom, they read one coupon per customer per visit. What I interpreted that to mean was one coupon per customer per visit for that specified item, not per visit period. If that’s the case that’s super ridiculous. in the end, the cashier let my friend who was with me use the $3 off coupon on the pack of cinnabons. but please help! was she right? thanks a bunch:D

    • allie says:

      Usually one coupon per customer per visit means you, yourself, cannot use two coupons in a purchase. Some people might just do two separate transactions. But others who follow their rules to the T wouldn’t allow it. in those cases when you want to use two coupons, it is best to have someone else there to use it for you. you got lucky =)

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s up to the store. If it’s a store coupon, they can interpret it any way they see fit. Usually, one coupon per customer is one of that specific variety.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The Albertsons sales in Colorado Springs do not match the sales you post. I’ve often gone to the store expecting something to be on sale only to be disappointed.

    • Anonymous says:

      There are two different Albertson’s! So, it depends where you live.

    • sawyermom24 says:

      There are two different kinds of Albertsons. The one here in Colorado is part of Albertsons market. They are not part of the other Albertsons chain. This happened when they were going through some sort of financial restructuring. Unfortunately the store we have here doesn’t have the twice the value coupons like the California stores.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m sorry our sales don’t match up with your region. What a bummer! All sales are regional. We post the sales that apply to the majority. Like the others said, there are two different chains of Albertsons. It’s likely you are in the Marketplace chain. See if there’s a local blog that covers your area so you don’t miss out on any sales!

  9. angie says:

    This may sound like a dumb question, but i have never seen these albertsons coupons. are the albertsons twice the value coupons with the other coupon inserts? or are they in a specific place in the sunday paper?

  10. jamie says:

    this may, or may not work for some. my albertsons will not take if it has another retailer’s name on the coupon, regardless if it’s a man coupon.

    • Matthew says:

      I had the same problem at the McMinnville, OR Albertsons. They refused a coupon because Walmart paid for advertising on it. I spoke with the manager, but was still turned away. I kept my cool, but told them I would be calling corporate. Corporate confirmed what I already knew and the manager called to apologize the next day. My point is not to rub it in anyone’s face, it’s that if they aren’t applying their own coupon policy correctly, then you shouldn’t let them get away with it. Just my 2 cents.

      • Brenna says:

        I also was told that the coupon would not be accepted in Roseburg, OR. Do you still have the number for corporate, I would like to call and have them explain to my local Albertson’s that it is ok to accept these.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re right! Though it is a manufacturer’s coupon and the store will get reimbursed. Hopefully that logic will help sway the manager!