HOT! $0.50 Gold Emblem Peanuts 16 oz jars with sale and high-value printable coupon ($4.59 value!)

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gold-emblem-nuts-cvsWe have a hot deal on nuts over at CVS! Gold Emblem Dry Roasted and Honey Roasted Peanuts 16 oz jars are on sale for $2.50. That’s a good price, considering the regular price is $4.59. However, we have a HUGE $2/1 coupon that makes the deal even better!

At CVS through 3/26:
BUY ONE GOLD EMBLEM DRY ROASTED, DRY ROASTED LIGHTLY SALTED OR HONEY ROASTED PEANUTS 16 OZ, on sale $2.50
Use one $2/1 Gold Emblem or Gold Emblem Abound Nut Item 8 oz or larger printable coupon (click Get Coupons link; three coupons then show up clipped for you, but they aren’t the right ones. Unclip them and look for the $2/1 coupon below them)
NET PRICE: $0.50!

Thanks and photo credit, Wild for CVS.

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Comments

  1. can we buy 2 penauts (16oz) with 2 coupons on the same transaction?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I am pretty certain the coupon has a limit of one per customer in the fine print.

  2. It probably does have a limit of 1 per customer. However, usually the cashiers at my local cvs will manually put through more than 1 of the coupons since only 1 will usually scan without beeping.

  3. I love their honey roasted peanuts. And, baseball season will be here soon! (though they’re not the traditional baseball kind of peanuts…eh, who cares!)

  4. Can you buy just 1 jar and still get the 2 for $5.00 pricing?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Yes. CVS will ring up one at $2.50.

      • Thanks Steve, I thought that was the case. I’ll just have to purchase one at a time. That’s a small price to pay for 50 cent peanuts!

        • Steve Pinski says:

          Yeah, that’s a heck of a deal. If I am near a CVS again this week, I’m going to stop in and pick up a canister. I probably won’t post the trip though, since one lonely can of peanuts will look a little pathetic.