Sunday, August 16, 2009

K-Mart's Super Doubles are Back!!!

K-Mart will be doubling coupons up to $2 again this week! So pull out all of your 'high value' coupons and head to K-Mart this week!

Keep in mind:
You must collect at least $25 worth of merchandise to purchase BEFORE your coupons will double (weird, I know)... but don't worry the $25 in merchandise just needs to be calculated before you factor in your coupon savings!

More recently, K-Mart has only been allowing 4 identical coupons per transaction, and even limiting coupon spending to 10 coupons per day per person (Hmmm, bring your kids!) but I haven't been hearing that for this round of Super Doubles!

Your coupons will double up to the value of the item that you are purchasing. For example, say you are purchasing a tube of Crest toothpaste for $1.75, and you have a $1 coupon... you will receive $1 off for your coupon, and K-Mart will match the coupons value up to the purchase price, so K-Mart will give you $.75 off, making your Crest FREE, but without coupon overage!

Visit for an extensive list of FREE or at least deeply discounted items this week at K-Mart... I'd print the list to use as a reference! *You may need to scroll through more recent posts to find the K-Mart deals...

WORD TO THE WISE: K-Mart does NOT do a great job of fully socking and restocking their shelves during their Super Doubles sales... shop early for best selections!

I'd LOVE to see your goodies if you'd be willing to share a picture with me!!!



Here are my savings! :)


My Kmart was enforcing the 10 coupon rule but they just let you do separate transactions all at once. I did 7 transactions all in a row with no problems at all. I'll try to send you a picture but after all the transactions combined I saved $215.07 and my OOP was $30.21. Yay!!!!

Laura Webber

Get out!!! I'd LOVE to see whet you purchased!

Becky C

Be careful when using coupons for 2 items (ie. $1.50/2 or $2 off when you buy 2). When I used these coupons in the past during super doubles week, they were only doubled up to the value of 1 item.
For example, if I use a $1.50 off 2 Pledge cleaners coupon, and Pledge is on sale for $2 (just an example, I don't know the actual price this week), I assume I should get $3 off the price for 2 items. But instead, I would only receive $2 off because the system only doubled the $1.50 coupon up to $2, the value of 1 item.
I'm not sure if this is just my store, but I was frustrated to not get as good a deal as I was expecting. When I asked at customer service, the cashier told me that it was a new policy that she didn't agree with, but it was how the computer system was programmed to work and there was nothing she could do about it.

Laura Webber

Good to know! Thanks Becky!