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50¢ off when you buy ONE BOX Nature Valley® Granola Thins
75¢ off Nature Valley® Granola Bars OR Granola Nut Clusters
50¢ off Bisquick® Baking Mix/Complete Pancake & Waffle Mix
75¢ off when you buy Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch™ cereal
Save up to $4.50 when you buy Cottonelle® 12-Pk Toilet Paper
75¢ off when you buy ONE BOX Fiber One® 80 Calories cereal
40¢ off Fiber One® 90 Calorie Chewy Bars or Brownies
75¢ off when you buy TWO any flavor select Yoplait® Yogurts
50¢ off on Betty Crocker® Fruit snacks
$1.10 off when you buy any package of FROSTY PAWS® Treats
50¢ off when you buy ONE BOX Honey Nut Cheerios® cereal
50¢ off when you buy EIGHT CUPS any variety Yoplait® Yogurt
75¢ off when you buy any ONE BOX Cookie Crisp® cereal
50¢ off Pillsbury® Toaster Strudel®/ Scrambles®/ Pancakes
Save up to $3.00 when you buy select Scott® Items
Save $1.00 when you buy any Pledge® product
Save $10.00 when you buy $100 in Visa® Gift Cards
Save 75¢ when you buy four or more Dole® Mandarin Oranges
Save up to $3.00 when you buy Barbara's® Puffins® Cereal
Save up to $3.00 on THREE SCOTT® 1000 12-Pack Bath Tissue
Save $1.00 on GOOD SEASONS Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix
Save $1.50 on 4oz Glade® Candle or 4ct Glade® Candle Refill
Save $2.00 on any TWO FRESCHETTA® Pizzas 12oz or larger
Save up to $3.00 when you buy three or more Fiber One® bars
Save up to $2.00 on Hamburger Helper® Skillet Meals
Save $5.00 when you buy $50 in Visa® Gift Cards
Save up to $3.00 when you buy Nature Valley® Granola Snacks
Save $2.50 when you buy any two Budweiser® Sauces
Save $2.50 on Dr. Pepper™, Crush™ or A&W™ Dessert Toppers
50¢ off when you buy any TWO Gold 'n Soft® 15oz Tubs
$1 off when you buy any TWO Kellogg's® All-Bran® Cereal
$10 off when you buy Philips Bikini Perfect bikini trimmer
Save up to $4.00 when you buy OSCAR MAYER Lunchmeats
Save up to $4.00 when you buy four or more DEPEND® products
$5.00 off when you buy any one Flexamin® Product
$2.00 off Veet® Hair Removal products
$5.00 off any Philips Norelco Shaving Replacement Head
$1 off when you buy any two bags of SENSEO® COFFEE PODS
$2 off when you buy any Osteo Bi-Flex® Supplement or Powder

L'Oréal® - SAVE $1
Truvía® Natural Sweetener - Save $.75

And make sure you add these coupons to your Cellfire account:

The offers below are available at Kroger and Kroger subsidiaries, Safeway subsidiaries (excluding Dominick's), Shop 'n Save, Lowe's Foods, and Foodtown.
Totinos Pizza Rolls Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy TWO PACKAGES any flavor/variety Totinos Rolls Snacks.
BC Fruit Snacks Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy TWO BOXES any flavor/variety Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes, Fruit by the Foot, Fruit Gushers OR Fruit Roll-Ups fruit flavored snacks.
Total cereal Save $.75
Save $0.75 when you buy any ONE BOX Total cereal listed: Whole Grain Total, Total Raisin Bran, Total Cranberry Crunch, Total Cinnamon Crunch, Total Plus Omega-3s Honey Almond Flax.
Yoplait Cups Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy SIX CUPS any variety Yoplait Yogurt (Includes Original, Light, Thick & Creamy, OR Whips!)
Kix cereal Save $.75
Save $0.75 when you buy any ONE BOX Kix cereal listed: Kix, Berry Berry Kix, Honey Kix
MultiGrain Cheerios Save $.75
Save $0.75 when you buy ONE BOX MultiGrain Cheerios cereal.
Fiber One 90Cal Bar Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy ONE BOX any flavor Fiber One 90 Calorie Chewy Bars or Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies'.
Granola Thins Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE BOX any flavor/variety Nature Valley Granola Thins.
Gogurt, Trix, Splitz Save $.75
Save $0.40 when you buy TWO PACKAGES any flavor/variety Totinos Rolls Snacks.
Bisquick Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE 28 OZ. OR LARGER Bisquick Baking Mix or Complete Pancake & Waffle Mix.
PB Toaster Strudel Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy TWO any flavor/variety Pillsbury Toaster Strudel OR Toaster Scrambles Pastries OR Pillsbury Pancakes.

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