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Kroger (and affiliates): Gold Medal flour for less than $1

Kroger stores (and affiliates) reportedly have Gold Medal flour on sale for $1.77 to $1.99 right now. Use the to get it very inexpensively–possibly even under $1 if your store doubles $0.75/1 coupons!

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20 Comments

  • Melissa says:

    At the Safeway stores in the DC area, Gold Medal is on sale for $1.50. I picked up two free bags with my coupons- yippee!

  • Beth says:

    when I printed it, it states “do not double or triple”, so what’s he trick to getting it to double at your store?

    • Emily says:

      @Beth,

      It will automatically double (at least at Kroger and Meijer, my 2 stores) UNLESS your cashier overrides the double. I had this happen to me once at Meijer by a cashier who was very by the book and told me she could get in trouble with her managers if she allowed a coupon to double that said “do not double” on it. I’m not really sure if that is true or not.

    • Christy says:

      @Beth,

      The stores in my area absolutely do not double or have double days so I look for stacking opportunities. If the store has it on sale I can use my coupon on the sale price and get a good deal. Sometimes Albertson’s has a coupon in their weekly called a “doubler” that doubles your coupon but it is an in-store doubler meaning if the store “doubles” your coupon the savings comes from 2 places, one from the manufacturer and two the store, meaning the manufacturer reimburses the store for the original coupon price and the store takes a hit on the “double”. I hope this helps.

  • says:

    GREAT find. Thanks for sharing.

  • Kimberly says:

    This is great, thanks! I learned yesterday that mixing equal parts flour and water (small amounts, I used a few tablespoons of each) and a bit of food coloring makes a great finger paint! I let my toddler go to town and she loved it – and I didn’t need to panic if some ended up in her mouth (which it did).

  • says:

    My store only doubles coupons up to $0.50, but I still got it for $1.02 each, so I was happy!

  • Katie L says:

    They were on sale at my Safeway in Roseburg, OR for $1.50 too! Got them for .75 each! yay 🙂

  • Erinn says:

    I have the same question as Beth above…Many of the coupons I print online say “Do Not Double Or Triple” Do some stores still double these types of coupons? I don’t think mine does, unless you can tell me a way around this. Thanks for your help!

  • Denise says:

    I am having trouble when I want to print coupons off of coupon.com. It makes my computer freeze up and one time a window came up that said there was spyware on this site. Anyone else have any problems?

    • Susan says:

      I had the same problem with SmartSource last week – it would not print in Firefox and froze my computer. I opened Internet Explorer and was able to print that way. Also, I’ve been going through MyPoints to access both coupons.com and SmartSource and everything prints fine there – while still in Firefox. Hope that helps!

  • Stacy says:

    Fareway has an in store coupon in thier flyer. It’s for .99 cents. So stacked with the .75 cents off you only pay 24 cents for a bag of flour!

  • Elizabeth says:

    I think it depends on the checker if they double the coupons that say “Do Not Double”. If the coupon has a 5 at the start of the barcode and the store doubles coupons of that value the system will automatically double it unless the cashier stops it from doubling. If the coupon has a 9 at the start of the barcode the system will not double the coupon no matter what. Some cashiers at my store double them and some do not. I don’t know what the manufacturer does to them if they double one they are not supposed to. I’ve never understood that whole Do Not Double rule anyway

  • says:

    I got it free at Safeway too!

  • says:

    Awesome! My Kroger only doubles coupons up to .50, but I got three bags for $1.02 each. Note–it’s only the white unbleached all-purpose flour, self-rising flour, and bread flour that are part of this sale. I was a little bummed that I couldn’t get really cheap whole wheat, but oh well. 🙂

  • Lady Di says:

    I picked up 2 bags for free and gifted one to my mentor. Thank you from Maryland!!

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