Life or Cap’n Crunch Cereal = $0.49 a box at Tops Starting 1/10 (Print Coupons Soon!)

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Heads up Tops shoppers! Starting Sunday, January 10th, Quaker Life or Cap’n Crunch Cereals will be on sale for $2.99 a box. Even better, when you buy 5 participating items found on page 6 of the weekly ad, you will automatically save $5 at the register. That makes each box just $1.99.

And we have a printable coupon to save even more! This coupon will double when scanned at the register saving us $1.50 off 1 box! The caveat of course is that you can only use 4 of the same coupon in your transaction, so you’d have to buy another box at $1.99 or something else from the buy more save more box.

UPDATE: Shoot! It seems that people are only able to get 1 coupon print per device. This is going to make it harder to even get the 4 prints to maximize savings in your transaction. Sorry about that! Ask family or friends if they can print the coupon for you as a way to get your hands on extra prints!

I’ll take just 4 boxes of cereal for $0.49 each any day! Be sure to grab your printable coupons soon though, in case they disappear on us during the sale next week.

Save $0.75 on any ONE (1) box of Quaker® ready to eat cereal

If interested in knowing what other items are participating in this promotion, here is the list:

Buy any 5, Save $5
Buy any 10, Save $10
Buy any 15, Save $15

  • Life or Cap’n Crunch Cereal, 17.1-20 oz. box – $1.99 with discount
  • Nabisco Ritz Crisps and Thins or Ritz Chips and Cheese Crisps, 7.1-8.1 oz. pkg. – $1.99 with discount
  • Hostess Snack Cakes, selected varieties, 8.25-16.5 oz. – $1.99 with discount
  • Gatorade Juiced, assorted varieties, 6/12 fl. oz. btls. – $1.99 with discount
  • Campbell’s V8 Vegetable Juice, assorted varieties, 46 fl. oz. btl. – $1.99 with discount
  • Nabisco Premium Saltine Crackers, selected varieties, 11-17 oz. pkg. – $1.49 with discount

  1. Will only let me print once.

    • Oh, shoot, really? I have at least 3 maybe 4 but I have been printing them out for a couple of days now. Maybe it’s even been a few weeks. I liked the coupon just because of its high value for doubling. Now I can’t print anymore to see if there is a limit of 1 per device. Can anyone else verify they get just one print?

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