Here’s a great deal on Orville Redenbacher Gourmet Popped Corn after the coupon and a handy dandy Saving Star stack!

This product is part of the Kroger Mega Sale this week. These were NOT marked with proper signage in my store, but I did find them in another Kroger priced at just $1.29!

Orville Redenbacher Gourmet Popped Corn (5 oz) – $2.29 (wyb 10 participating items)
Use $0.50/1 Orville Redenbacher Gourmet Popped Corn printable (doubles to $1.00)
Or $0.50/1 Orville Redenbacher’s Gourmet Popped Corn printable
$0.50/1 Orville Redenbacher Gourmet Popped Corn from July All You (exp 9/1)
Pay $1.29, receive $0.50 SavingStar Deposit (exp 8/1)
Final cost is $0.79

These are ONLY $1.49 in some regions, so as low as FREE after the coupon and SavingStar Deposit!!

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July 17, 201206:31 pm

I, too, used an internet printed coupon at Kroger for the popcorn that I noticed after I left the store did not double. Love your website!!


July 17, 201201:08 pm

Thank you for your reply. The coupons did not state anywhere on them do not double. I will be contacting them shortly. I love your website by the way!


July 16, 201208:14 pm

Today I tried to use this coupon at my local Dillons. I had 11 of them (I have 6 computers) and they all scanned fine. But when I paid, I noticed that none of them had doubled. I took my receipt up to the cashier and asked her about it. She had me go to customer service. The lady at customer service said that because the coupon read "we will pay up to face value", that she couldn't give me the money I would have gotten from doubling. I informed her that it is Dillon's policy to double the coupons, not the manufacturer. Then she tried to claim that they were fradulent. I showed her that each had a unique code and that you could go to the website and type each in to have them verified. She still didn't believe me. Finally, I asked to speak to the manager and she eventually paged her. The manager wasn't any help and said that sometimes the coupons just don't double. I couldn't believe that that was her answer. I asked if there was anyone else I could contact for an actual answer and she called corporate. The lady at corporate said that some manufacturers don't want to double and so that was the reason. But that doesn't make sense to me since it is Dillons that is paying for the coupon to be doubled. That is what makes them different than say Walmart. She emailed the manager the coupon policy and had her show me it. She highlighted the part that said we will not double "electronic coupons". I informed her that this is an internet printable coupon, not an electronic coupon that you load to your dillon's card. She agreed, but said sorry that is why it wasn't doubled. I eventually just returned the popcorn and left pretty upset. Any advice on what to do next?


July 17, 201211:09 am

Laura, Did your coupons state "do not double"? This coupon if I remember correctly printed with the new data bar barcode. The old barcodes were easier to decipher. If it started with a 5, it doubled - a 9, no double. But with the new coding, if the coupon says do not double, then it won't double. Regardless, in my opinion Kroger should have just doubled it manually for you. If it were me, I would take it up with corporate. You can fill out the form here: or call 1-800-576-4377. However, if you are on Twitter - they are extremely helpful and quick to answer concerns there.