King Soopers Weekly (4/9-4/15): All Detergent $1.99, Free Nestea 12-Pack + More Deals

There’s a great deal on All brand laundry detergent starting Wednesday at King Soopers, plus good deals on Brawny paper towels, Starbucks K-Cups, a couple of brands of butter, and more. The Free Friday Download this week is for a free twelve-pack of Nestea.

These deals are valid April 9-15, 2014. [rss-cut]


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  1. Quick heads-up, when I was in K.S. Sunday, I had manufacturer’s coupons for tuna, clipped from a Sunday coupon insert. They didn’t double. I asked the cashier, and he told me that now, if the coupon says ‘do not double’ on it, some of the barcodes on the coupons also have that programmed in, and they won’t automatically double. Also, they cannot go in and manually double them if the coupon says ‘do not double’. I know that in the past, the system just automatically doubled them.

    • Good to know, thanks! Usually, the system won’t double anything that starts with a nine. Unfortunately, I can’t necessarily look that up when I do the matchups. Hopefully that situation is a rare exception!

  2. Natalie Kelsey says:

    When I click on the coupon link and it takes me to the Red Plum coupons, I cannot figure out how to print only certain coupons.

    • Hi, Natalie! Click the “print” button on the lower left part of each coupon, and then click “Print Selected” at the top right when you have selected everything that you want to print.

  3. Look for blinkies by the butter! Last week Challenge butter had them. (and I believe they said do not double, but they did on my receipt)

  4. Tiffany H says:

    I was in KS the other day and they have the Diamond Crystal kosher salt on sale for $0.99. There is a $0.40 odd Q on If it doubles that makes it $0.19. I use kosher salt as my all-purpose cooking salt of choice.

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