RUN! Insanely High-Value $2/1 Back to Nature Cookies or Crackers printable coupon! ***NO SIZE RESTRICTIONS***

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back-to-nature-cookiesUPDATE: These are on sale at Publix! $0.50/box after coupon!

WOW! I just spotted a new high-value printable coupon for $2 off one Back to Nature Cookies or Crackers. This coupon does not print with any mention of Target on it and it also doesn’t have any size restrictions either. There is one “catch” though; I am not sure if this coupon is available in all areas. I happen to be located in zip 33704 if you want to try that on the coupons.com smartphone app. Some folks say they are having success changing zips there. Otherwise, this coupon will ONLY show up preclipped if it is available in your area. If it doesn’t show up, you’re just out of luck 🙁

$2/1 Back to Nature Cookies or Crackers ***NO SIZE RESTRICTIONS*** printable coupon (preclipped)

Good luck! I hope you can get this one!

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Comments

  1. I just saw it on sale at publix for $5/2 . makes it 50 cents each / great deal

    • Steve Pinski says:

      AWESOME! I tried their peanut butter cookies once when we had a sale, coupon and Ibotta offer and I thought they were pretty good.

  2. Jim Williams says:

    Is there a certain zip code to use? I clicked on the link and no coupons were clipped.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Zip changing no longer works on computers, but some have said it works on the apps. I live in zip 33704, so maybe it is basing my “regional” coupons on that?