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Snickers Coupons—Buy One Get One Free!

We have two new Snickers coupons this morning! Save on chocolate with a new buy one get one free offer, plus save $1.00 on Peanut Butter Squared Snickers miniatures. Print now–sweet coupons like these rarely stay long. Then head to Rite Aid and Walgreens where Snickers are on sale this week:

 

 

 

Rite Aid

Buy 1 Snickers Single Serve Candy Bar $0.69, sale price through 3/23
Buy 1 Snickers Peanut Butter Squared Single Serve Candy Bar $0.69, sale price through 3/23
Use one FREE – Snicker’s Bar, 1.86 oz WYB (1) Snicker’s Brand Peanut Butter Squared Bar, 1.78 oz – (coupons.com) 
Final Price: $0.35 each, when you buy both 

 

Walgreens

Buy 2 Snickers Peanut Butter Squared Miniatures, 9-11.5 oz $3.50 each, when you buy 2, sale price through 3/23
Use two $1.00/1 – Snickers Brand Peanut Butter Squared Miniatures, 11.5 oz – (coupons.com)
And use one $1.00/2 Mars Minis, 9-11.5 oz Walgreens Coupon from Walgreens March Savings Book (exp 3/30)
Final Price: $2.00 each, when you buy 2 

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5 thoughts on “Snickers Coupons—Buy One Get One Free!”

  1. Kerry says:

    Do you know how Rite Aid handles using BOGO coupons when there’s a BOGO sale? Curious because they often have BOGO candy bar coupons, and if I wait to use this until such a sale, would I just purchase 1, get 2 free or what? Thanks for all your tips! You’ve helped my family get through a rough 6 months with couponing! :)

    • Anonymous says:

      This is from their coupon policy: Buy One, Get One Free coupons cannot be used in conjunction with a Buy One, Get One Free or with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion.

  2. anyeka says:

    The coupons says “available at Walmart ” can I use it at the commissary or only at Walmart stores

    • liza beth says:

      unless it says “redeemable ONLY at (store name)” you should be able to use it where you choose

    • Anonymous says:

      It is a regular manufacturer coupon and valid at any store that accepts coupons. The “available at Walmart” line is advertising. Liza Beth is right—if it said “redeemable only at Walmart” it would have to be used there.