KMart Super-Doubles Next Week!

Yippee! Just got off the phone with Kmart Corporate and the rumor is true! Stores on both sides of the state line (Kansas and Missouri) will have "super doubles" again from August 16th to 22nd. Like last time, here are the rules:

  • Manufacturer Coupons up to $2
  • Does not include Kmart Store Coupons
  • Does not include Kmart Pharmacy Store Coupons
  • Does not include copies of manufacturer coupons
  • Limit 10 total coupons per customer per day
  • Item total must be $25.00 BEFORE coupons
  • Doubled up to current retail price of a single item
Note that limit of 10 coupons per day per customer is still in there. My experience last time is that they were enforcing the limit of 10 per transaction and my cashier let me stand there and do 4 different transactions back-to-back. Also, for those of you that are new to Kmart Doubles, "up to $2" means that you can use a $2 coupon and it will take $4 off (or make the item free if it is less than $4).

When we get a little closer, I'll post info about what will be cheap and free. If you're interested in some of the cheapies and freebies that I've gotten before, check out this post.

Here are the stores that are participating:

Missouri
Kmart #600 on Northeast Barry Road in north KC, 64155
Kmart #5615 on Bannister Road in south KC, 64137
Kmart #4220 2821 on Northeast Vivion Road in north KC, 64119
Kmart #4427 16200 on East US Highway 24 in Independence, 64056
Kmart #9336 4023 on South Noland Road in Independence, 64055

Kansas
Hutchinson, KS 67502
Kansas City, KS 66112
Leavenworth, KS 66048
Manhattan, KS 66502
Olathe, KS 66062
Overland Park, KS 66212
Salina, KS 67401
Topeka, KS 66608 and 66604
Wichita, KS 67216 and 67209

3 comments:

Kara said...
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FlapJack said...

I ran by the Olathe store this morning and they are NOT enforcing the 10 coupon per transaction rule. I spoke with another customer there who regularly shops at the Olathe store for the doubles event; she said she spoke with corporate who states the 10 coupon rule is in place for the busier stores, which Olathe definitely is not. So, I guess if you are shopping at a heavy-traffic store, then expect the rule to be enforced. Anyway, I got over $150 worth of stuff for less than $20; not bad! Good luck to all!!!

ThriftyPuppy said...

Wow! Awesome shopping trip, FlapJack. The Independence store is enforcing the 10 coupon rule, which I think is just plain silly.

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