Update: It looks like the B1G1 coupon is gone. People are receiving a $0.75/1 coupon instead.

I love a good buy one get one free coupon! So I’m happy to report that we have one for Silk milk! You will have to sign in to get the offer. Rush to print and save it for a sale, or head to Walmart, coupon in hand, to score this bargain. If you prefer Target, the regular price for this product is just a penny more, costing $1.97.

Buy 2 Silk Milk Shelf-Stable, qt $1.96, regular price
Use one B1G1 Free – Silk Milk, quart or half gallon – (silkseptcoupon.com)
Final Price: $0.98 each, when you buy 2 

 

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9 thoughts on “Gone: Silk Milk, Only $0.98 at Walmart!”

  1. myndy says:

    I just printed mine and it was BOGo i have been signed up for awhile now though.

  2. Melissa says:

    It only gave me a $.75 coupon even though I signed up at least 6 months ago.

  3. Jessica says:

    I just printed 2 BOGO coupons. :) YAY!

  4. Anonymous says:

    The BOGO is gone. Now it’s a paltry 75 cent coupon.

    • Anonymous says:

      Were you a new sign-up? If you weren’t, and you still got a $0.75 coupon, then I’ll update the post. Thanks for your help : )

      • Anonymous says:

        I was not a new sign-up. Earlier today, I think I got a $1.00 coupon. I was never offered a BOGO free coupon.

  5. Shana Granier says:

    If you are a new registrant you will only get to print a 75c off coupon which is still appreciated! This is the message I got after signing up……..

    Thank You

    Thank you for visiting Silk. It appears you are a new registrant
    or have signed up for our newsletter after September 10th, 2012. The coupon
    offer on this page is only available for our subscribers that have signed up
    prior to September 10th, 2012. However, as our way of saying, thanks we have
    setup a $0.75 coupon just for you! If you chose to receive future communication
    from Silk, watch your inbox for exciting news about special offers, promotions
    and more from the family of Silk products

  6. Sherell Scye says:

    Gone. They’re now offering a $0.75/1 for signing up.