We have a new BOGO Free Tai Pei coupon to print tonight!! These never last long!! We also have a new $1/1 coupon that you may be able to piggy back* for a GREAT deal!!

Tai Pei Coupon Snip20131001_78

Buy (2) Tai Pei Asian Garden or Tai Pei Single Serve Entree (14.2 oz) – $2.50 each (thru 10/15)
Use BOGO Free Tai Pei Asian Garden or Tai Pei Single Serve Entree printable
Plus use $1.00 off Tai Pei or Tai Pei Asian Garden™ Frozen Entree printable (for the one you’re paying for)
Final cost is as low as $0.75 each!

Also be on the lookout for $1/1 blinkies!

*some stores do not allow this.

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October 2, 2013

Total agree Katie, on BOGO coupon,No place say you have to pay FULL price on first then get another one for free, it's depend on store or cashier.


October 2, 2013

Kim....get a life.......if you don't agree with what's posted on this site, then take your opinions elsewhere. Thanks for all you do Katie!! You ROCK!!


October 2, 2013

I follow that site every week, they do not promote stacking coupons. Even they state it is not right especially if it's stated on the coupon. Proctor & Gamble coupons are stated 1 coupon per purchase of items and quantities stated, so no in this case 2 coupons should not be used. This is why it is getting harder and harder to even use coupons.


October 2, 2013

It is technically fraud if your not going by what is stated on the coupon, regardless if Kroger will accept both or not.


October 2, 2013

Thanks everyone for your input. The fact of the matter is, there is no corporate policy in place that says either way is right or wrong. Until Kroger decides to put this in writing, it is up to each couponer, store, cashier to make the decision. There are actually stores (like Rite Aid) that have it written in their policy that you ARE allowed to use a "cents off" coupon in addition to a bogo. Some do not. If you feel it's wrong, by all means...do not do it. All I ask is that you do not tell someone else they are committing coupon fraud if they decide to do it. It's just not the case.


October 1, 2013

It doesn't matter if the coupon doesn't attach or does attach to both items. It's always wrong, no matter the store. With a BOGO coupon, the manufacturer is giving you one free with the assumption that you're paying full price for the second item. When you piggy back coupons like that, you're basically ripping off the manufacturer. Your local Kroger may say it's OK, but no manufacturer would condone that kind of coupon use.


October 1, 2013

Katie please , i love your site , i dont want you to get in trouble,,, they will say that you are promoting fraud , 2 manucfaturers coupon CANT be used 2gether....thanks


October 1, 2013

You most certainly can use a BOGO with another coupon the BOGO does not attach to both. I have been doing this for quite some time now and trust me it's fine! I just used the BOGO Pantene coupon with a $2 off coupon. You can use a coupon on the item that you're buying! Lafonda is definitely right, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this...(edited).


October 1, 2013

99% of the time MOST coupons say... Can not be used with another coupon. Which means NOT to use with another coupon of the same product.


October 1, 2013

Where did you get this information that the coupon attaches to both items? I always test these coupons to see if it attaches to one item or both items. In the past this has only attached to one and I could use the $1 off coupon for the 2nd item because I am in fact paying for it. I don't believe I am cheating Kroger by any stretch when I do this because I am paying for one and getting one free. If you have information on this that could help me understand this better, please do so. I actually have spoken with Kroger regarding this issue many times and have found that what Katie is telling us that we possibly can do if our store allows is NOT wrong.


October 1, 2013

it is also against store policy

Cindy J.

October 1, 2013

You cannot use both coupons. The BOGO coupon attaches to both items.