Kraft Mac & Cheese only 9 cents per box at Walgreens starting Sunday 6/17!

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UPDATE (1:45 PM): We’re now out of prints. Hope you got it!

I checked a few minutes ago and the BOGO Kraft Mac & Cheese printable coupon is still available. Well, we have a hot deal for this coupon starting Sunday, so hurry and print now and hold the coupon for a few days. Here’s the Walgreens scenario starting 6/17:

Use one BOGO Kraft Mac & Cheese printable coupon (max value $1.60!)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.19 (or 9 cents per box!)

Thanks to Hip2Save for the deal scenario.

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  1. Anna Jarvis says:

    They are still availiable just got mine. Thanks. Just like and print the certificate, the coupon will print then the certificate prints on the bottom of the page.

  2. sweet! i knew it was worth the ink! :D

  3. 10:34. coupon limit has been reached.

  4. I still cannot understand how this would work. I have a BOGO manufacture coupon for an item and then the itme is BOGO at the store. So how many do I get for buying one? Thank you

    • You buy two. The Walgreens sale deducts the cost of one. You still owe $1.79 for the other.

      On a BOGO sale at Walgreens you can use one coupon that covers two items OR two coupons that cover one item each. A BOGO coupon covers two items purchased and makes one free up to the max value of the coupon.

      This coupon has a max value of $1.60, so it will deduct $1.60. You still owe 19 cents. That comes out to 9.5 cents per item.