Go HERE to enter your email to be sent a coupon for a FREE Real Good Pizza Co. pizza. These are on sale right now at Kroger for $5.99 so make sure you get this done as soon as you can. The coupon shows up immediately after entering your email address.
The coupon is NOT eligible for Breakfast Pizzas and can only be redeemed once.
[pl-deal id=’194986′][pl-title]Real Good Pizza Co. Pizza (8.7-9.56 oz) – $5.99 (thru 11/7)[/pl-title]
[pl-desc]Use FREE Real Good Pizza Co. printable; not valid on breakfast pizza
Final cost is as low as FREE![/pl-desc][/pl-deal]
I clicked on the link & the coupon isn’t available or “not found”.
They are good but just so you realize it is not crust, it is chicken as the crust.
It does state “one coupon per purchase”, not one per transaction. I don’t think atara be was out of line for using two. To each their own, I don’t they did it with thebill intent of “ruining” couponing for everyone else. Maybe they hope you get a paper cut from one of your coupons?
Aw, Stephanie…don’t be stupid. Of course he/she knows exactly what he/she is doing. People like that are the reason double coupons went away and why prices skyrocket.
Says not found I think I missed it darn
Actually I just googled it and got it thank you so much food is so expensive these days lol
The coupon prints the same barcode over and over. I used both my email addresses to get 2 coupons. There exactly the same barcode. Also the same barcode and coupon number shown on this post. Isn’t this coupon fraud?
I grabbed 2 today no problem.. Going back for as many as I can free is free.. good to eat for a quick bite or lunch..
The coupon clearly says you should just redeem one time. Please don’t ruin this for everyone else by going back multiple times.
No, It does not state that.
To: “atara be” Way to go, Jerk! It’s people like you that ruin it for everyone else. I hope you choke on your free pizza.
It is not cheating in this case. Look at the fine print. It doesn’t say one per household. It says “limit one coupon per purchase.”
Maybe we should contact the manufacturer. I’m guessing they didn’t want/expect people to print multiples. “atara be” is probably a shelf clearer also.
If the restriction on the coupon doesn’t protect the manufacturer, then that’s the manufacturer’s fault for writing it that way.
Otherwise, who and what decides a deal is so good that it hurts a company? What about a $4.99 toothpaste for $0.25 or even free? Should an ethical couponer avoid deals like that? And how many toothpaste should he/she grab for free?
These are PDF coupons without unique codes.
There is no wording on them that states “1 per person” or “1 per household”; There is also no transaction limit.
The wording on is definite.
So don’t go and blast someone for following the rules printed on the coupon itself.
shad r bailey
Quit being such a old bag. All coupons say one per purchase and that means 1 per pizza. Get over yourself already and quit making couponing rocket science.
Dont worry, I warned them of their error and they are probably going to change it.
Yea thanks for pointing it out…we’re definitely a little concerned.
I guess we’ll see what happens.
Uh oh! ☹
Chief Marketing Officer
The Real Good Food Company, LLC
Thank you for posting this! I also have been wanting to try these for a while and love the free pizza coupon! 🙂
It worked fine for me today. They scanned it then entered the price. The price didn’t automatically come off. No complaints though.
Please report if this is working at the register?? I was surprised it was a printable for a free item because stores usually won’t honor those.
Got it. Thanks!!!
Got it! thanks!!
Thank you for sharing
Been wanting to try these pizza for a long time…. would love a free coupon