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We have a new Kroger Digital Coupon that is going to score us two FREE Crest Premium Toothpastes with our Buy 5 or more, Save $1 each Kroger Mega Event! Download this $4/2 Crest Toothpaste coupon and grab up any 2 Pro-Health, Pro-Health Advanced, Complete or 3D White that are priced at $1.79-$1.99. Use your $1/1 coupon from the 8/30 P&G insert to get more for just $0.79-$0.99 each!

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Janet Wong

September 10, 202007:38 pm

I don't think it'll let me post links here, and the loading an image option doesn't work so I can't provide proof unfortunately. Kroger does allow overage. I was able to attain free bic disposable razors with overage using digital and physical coupons. The problem, I think, is that they've marked the high value crest coupons and are not allowing them to have overage. I shopped for my parents and I today and discovered that Kroger will either prevent the $1 off from either the $4 off 2 or a $3 off 1 oral care that was suppose to let you get a Crest Whitening Charcoal toothpaste for free. In both cases, I purposely bought enough where I would have to pay, but the system prevented from getting an additional dollar off due to the presence of the Crest coupons.

MC

September 11, 202006:37 pm

Some couponer on youtube also said this is a store coupon, and it worked with manufacturer coupon(s). He bought 1 Crest 3D White Brilliance and 1 Gum toothpastes. They are both $5.99 after mega savings, and both have $3 digital coupons and $3 ibotta rebates. So that makes it free. Plus, $4 on 2 coupon worked, which became $4 money maker. I did not do what he did because I already used the $3 whitening coupon on 3D White Charcoal Whitening toothpaste, which is $2.99 after mega, by itself (Both $3 coupon and $1 mega savings came off on mine.. I guess since $3 whitening digital coupon is a manufacturer coupon, the overage worked?). Anyway, I just bought 2 Gum toothpastes this time (ibotta rebate is limit 2), and used one $3 gum digital coupon and this $4 coupon came off as well. Mega savings worked on both.

Joseph

September 10, 202010:29 pm

Hi Janet! I can explain what is happening here! The Crest $4 off 2 coupon is programmed as a Store Coupon (SC), mega events are also programmed as SC, as you can see on the receipt. The problem is that the computer thinks that you are trying to use to SC's on the same item, which is why it takes that $4 off on the first one without taking the Mega Event $1 off, but takes a $1 off for the next item. If the digital coupon were a Manufactures Coupon (MC), the computer would have no problem with an MC and SC on the same item. It should work regardless of it being an MC or SC, but the computer is not programmed to handled two SC's ****being SUBTRACTED**** from the same item, unless it is an automatic subtraction like the senior discount, which is no longer available. (You will not that sales are also coded as SC's. However, they are not subtracted on the receipt like a coupon, and thus the computer knows not to count that as a coupon.)

Joseph

September 10, 202010:39 pm

That should say: "You will note that sales...."

Summer

September 10, 202004:32 pm

I bought 2 crest pro health today and also did not get one of the $1mega saving. Use to work just fine. 50 cents for toothpaste is good but free is better.

Janet Wong

September 10, 202003:09 pm

Personally, I think Kroger's pulling a fast one on us. I tried it out along with another coupon today, and I think their systems has been modified so that they will not give that fifth dollar if the customer is using the high value toothpaste digital coupon. I was shopping for my parents and I today, and since we had separate accounts, I decided to try and figure out how the coupons worked. The system acknowledges that the toothpaste I bought was a part of the buy 5, save 5, but it won't give me the last dollar off. My receipt: https://snipboard.io/5edmVr.jpg Parent's receipt: https://snipboard.io/EkNInL.jpg

chad

September 10, 202011:35 am

My coupon says Crest mouthwash and Glide floss are also participating items.

Kylie

September 9, 202010:27 pm

I did this deal today (my app also showed no participating items while I checked from the toothpaste aisle) and the $4 digital came off fine, but only one of the $1 Mega Event Savings came off for both toothpastes so I had to get the cashier to take off the other one manually. I've had this happen a couple times with mega event items that have digital coupons, so I always count participating items and dollars off to be sure they match!

don

September 10, 202001:20 pm

Kylie, I had the exact same experience. However, the store associates would not give me the other dollar off. I bought two Crest Pro-Health at $2.99 each for a total of $5.98. The $4 off coupon combined with buy five save five amounted to a total of $6 off. Two pennies over, so they would not give me the second dollar off. I ended up paying 50 cents each which is still great. Is this the Kroger coupon policy? Does anyone know the actual policy on this? Or this a store by store situation? Thanks.

Joseph

September 10, 202010:30 pm

Hi, Don! I can explain what is happening here! The Crest $4 off 2 coupon is programmed as a Store Coupon (SC), mega events are also programmed as SC, as you can see on the receipt. The problem is that the computer thinks that you are trying to use to SC's on the same item, which is why it takes that $4 off on the first one without taking the Mega Event $1 off, but takes a $1 off for the next item. If the digital coupon were a Manufactures Coupon (MC), the computer would have no problem with an MC and SC on the same item. It should work regardless of it being an MC or SC, but the computer is not programmed to handled two SC's ****being SUBTRACTED**** from the same item, unless it is an automatic subtraction like the senior discount, which is no longer available. (You will not that sales are also coded as SC's. However, they are not subtracted on the receipt like a coupon, and thus the computer knows not to count that as a coupon.)

don

September 12, 202010:34 am

Thank you!

Joseph

September 10, 202010:39 pm

That should say: "You will note that sales...."

Janet

September 10, 202002:26 am

Hi Kylie, Would you mind telling me which toothpastes you bought? I'm kind of effy on this too because I don't know which one applies. Thank you

Kylie

September 10, 202007:43 am

I bought 2 Crest 3DWhite....Arctic Fresh and Radiant Mint....the ones in the purple boxes.

Sherri

September 9, 202008:25 pm

Same here! The coupon is not showing up on any of the toothpaste when I try to add it to my pick up order. Has anyone tried this deal that can confirm if the coupon still applies?

don

September 10, 202001:22 pm

Yes, it applies. Mine said no products qualify, but the coupon came off at checkout.

don

September 9, 202001:39 pm

My kroger digital coupon says "no participating products." What happens if I take two Crest Pro-Health products to checkout? Will the coupon apply?

Jen

September 9, 202007:40 pm

I have the same issue- says no products apply so I'm hesitant to buy them

don

September 10, 202001:23 pm

Update, it worked. However, at my store the total discount exceeded my purchase by two cents, so I lost one Mega Savings Event dollar. Final cost was 50 cents each.

Jane

September 10, 202004:40 pm

So that is why it doesn't take off that 2nd $1 for the mega sale! It must be because they won't give overage any more. I bought 2-$1.79 toothpastes and since it is actually 42c over the $4 coupon value, it knocks out 1 of the mega deals!? I went to CS and she gladly gave me the extra $1 back and if you look at the bottom of your receipts, it shows you how many items qualify for mega sale which you purchased. Mine showed 11, yet it only took off $10. People need to check receipts before they leave store....unlike me....had to run back in! :>)

Joseph

September 10, 202010:55 pm

Hi, Jane! It doesn't work because the coupon is programmed as a Store Coupon (SC), and the Mega $1 off is also an SC. The computer mistakenly thinks that you are trying to use two SC's on one item. If you look at your receipt, you'll note that the one with the $4 off does not also have the Mega $1 off on it, but the other item without the $4 off has the Mega $1 off. If the coupon was programmed as a Manufacture's Coupon (MC), it would have no problem combining. Regardless, it should come off either way, but the computer is not programmed correctly.

don

September 10, 202007:14 pm

Jane, bottom of my receipt says 7 qualifying items, I only received $6. I attempted to address this at the self checkout lane before paying. The supervisor would not relent. I'm not upset about it but sure would be nice to get some clarification from Kroger on what the actual deal is on this particular issue.

Janet Wong

September 10, 202007:24 pm

Yup! That's what the self-checkout person at my kroger said too. She said this was just happening and that the supervisor wasn't going to do anything about it.