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*NEW* Cooking With Kraft.com Coupons

Here are some of the new coupons you can print from Cooking with Kraft.com. Most say redeem at Publix but are manufacturer. I haven’t printed them all, leave a comment if you find one is different.


  1. Jenny Blue says:

    These say “retailer coupon” at the top and “redeem at Publix”. Just want to make sure Target and my grocery store will accept them. Anyone try yet?

  2. Kathleen says:

    Fry’s or Kroger accepts them 🙂

  3. The Kraft cheese one for cuts or chunks I printed out was a “retail coupon” not manufacturer’s. Sadly, there isn’t any place I can use it.

    Hmmm, Walmart’s new coupon policy? Would they take them? Even if there isn’t a Publix around here? (Just wondering.)

  4. alex deaton says:

    I printed all of them grrrr….. they were all retailer coupons except for the velveeta was a manufacturer

  5. Even though they say retailer (whatever that means) – check the fine print! The fine print has a redemption address and instructions for the “retailer” to redeem for reimbursment. This is usually the surest way to tell a mc from a store coupon.

    The wording is going to be tricky explaining to a cashier who is uninformed, but per the fine print, any retailer should get reimbursed for these coupons. They should scan fine – but YMMV on the cashier.

    Fred Meyer should take these.

  6. Has anyone tried to use these some place other than Publix yet?

  7. WOO HOO!! These WORK at Meijers!! (Which is having a “buy 7 get $7 off” select Kraft items this week). I went through a self check out, and they scanned without problem. I also wrote on the coupons “read fine print” so the person dealing with coupons doesn’t freak out.