Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Catalina Deals at Kroger...

If you are unfamiliar with what a "catalina" is in the world of couponing then let me explain. A "catalina" is a coupon that prints out of a little machine at the cash register while you're checking out. Places like HEB, Kroger, and Target have these little machines. Sometimes these coupons are for free products (I just received one of these at Target this last week for Breathe Right Strips), sometimes for money amount off of a product, and sometimes they are advertisements for receiving money off a future purchase when you buy so many items of one brand.

This last week at my Kroger here in Texas City I received two catalinas that may pair nicely with some coupons:
  • Buy Philadelphia Cooking Creme Between 1/23/12 and 2/19/12 and Save Up to $3.00 of a future order with coupon. All items must be purchased in one shopping order. Limited to product in stock. No cash back.  Offer expires 2/19/12.
    • Buy (2) & Get $1.00...or
    • Buy (3) & Get $2.00...or
    • Buy (4) or More & Get $3.00 coupon off your next shopping order. 
The original flavor Philadelphia Cooking Creme is on closeout at the Kroger in Texas City. According to the coupon database over at Dealseekingmom.com there are no coupons available at this time.
  • Get a delicious offer for a limited time on Lean Cuisine. Get the varieties you love between 1/29/12-2/11/12 and save up to $3.00 on a future order with coupon.  All items must be purchased in one shopping order. Limited to product in stock. No cash back. Offer expires 2/11/12.
    • Buy (4) & Get $1.00...or
    • Buy (6) & Get $2.00...or
    • Buy (8) & Get $3.00 coupon off your next shopping order.
According to the coupon database over at Dealseekingmom.com there are a few coupons for Lean Cuisine products:
  • Purchase (6) six Lean Cuisine meals and receive a FREE Skinny Cow frozen snack (up to $4.24) printable coupon. (Click on "Get Nestle Coupons" on the right)
  • $1/5 from 1/01/12 SS #2 (exp. 3/31/12)

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