I was excited to see that Coupons.com has added a bunch of new Kellogg’s coupons!!

Save $1.00 on Cocoa Powder (any size, any brand) when you buy two Kellogg’s Cocoa Krispies Cereals
Save $1.00 on 1 Pkg of Flour (any size, any brand) when you buy two Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Cereals
Save $1.00 on Slivered Almonds (any size, any brand) when you buy two Kellogg’s Crispix Cereals
Save $1.00 on Chicken Broth (any size, any brand) when you buy two Kellogg’s All-Bran Cereals
Save $1.00 on Peanut Butter (any size, any brand) when you buy two Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Cereals

This brings us to the question…what is the difference between a coupon that says “Save $1.00 on such and such, when you buy such and such” and “save $1.00 on the purchase of both such and such”?

The above Kellogg’s coupons are worded “save $1.00 on a product, when you buy 2 other products”, so you are able to use 2 more coupons on the items you are paying for. Search the Coupon Database for all the available Kellogg’s coupons.

When a coupon is worded “Save $1.00 on both this and that” you can ONLY use THAT coupon for both products!

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