New High-Value $1/1 Planters Coupon, Stack & Deal

planters-peanutsUPDATE– This cartwheel has now been changed by Target :(. It now reads “34-35 oz” and will no longer be valid to use on the 16 oz jars.

Hurry and grab a nice high-value coupon while it lasts for $1.00 on any ONE (1) PLANTERS Peanuts (Cocktail, Dry Roasted, Dry Roasted Lightly Salted or Dry Roasted Honey Roasted).

There’s a sale this week thru 3/8 on Planter’s Peanuts 16 oz jars. We also have a Target coupon and a high-value cartwheel to stack to make for a great deal…

Buy 2 Planters Peanuts 16 oz Jar ($3.14 Sale thru 3/8) = $6.28
-$1/2 Planters peanuts 16 oz Target Coupon x3/30
-$1.05 (use 20% Off Planters Peanuts, Target Cartwheel x3/22
-$2.00 (use two 
$1/1 PLANTERS Peanuts (Dry Roasted included)
= $2.24 for 2 or $1.12 each after triple stack!

*NOTE- a couple of you have reported having trouble with the cartwheel at checkout- so you may want to watch carefully at the register as the cartwheel is a match for this product.

NOT FAMILIAR WITH TARGET CARTWHEEL? This savings  program introduced by Target allows you to save even more when shopping  in-store. Even better- these offers can be used with Target Coupons AND  Manufacturer coupons for up to a triple stack! You can see my post HERE to help get you started.

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  1. In my experience, the Cartwheel discount is deducted after all other coupons. In this case, that would mean a discount of .64, after the Target and Manufacturer coupons are deducted. Is this the way it’s been showing up for other shoppers?

  2. I bought these yesterday, wouldn’t you know it, but the cartwheel doesnt work for these.
    It didn’t take it off and doesn’t find a match if you search by barcode either so customer service said it’s only for the bigger jars as pictured. They come up when scanning by barcode.

  3. I bought the 16oz jars yesterday, and the Cartwheel discount did not come off. Maybe it’s meant for the larger containers??

  4. I told cashier that prices for planters peanut should be taken off because of cartwheel. She took 20% directly from each items manually. I got a better deal 🙂

  5. I purchased these yesterday as well and will be going back to use the cartwheel as it did not come off at the register.

  6. Hey Judy- cartwheel may be scanned last but it does not affect the way the register takes the deduction
    the register applies a cartwheel AFTER a Target coupon, but BEFORE a manufacturer’s coupon

  7. Hi Jacquelynn- they are still manufacturer’s coupons that should be able to be used elsewhere. Most stores will allow as long as it does not say redeemable “only at” such & such. hth

  8. I had a problem yesterday with the cartwheel, but they checked and did it manually, Today I used the better coupons, and had the same problem, and they applied it manually. My receipt shows that the cartwheel came off first, then the manufacturer’s coupons, then the target coupon. I do not think it matters in what order they scan everything: the cartwheel discount comes off before coupons. I just checked yesterday’s receipt, and yes, the cartwheel discount came off before coupons. If the cartwheel does not come off, you need to bring it to the attention of the cashier, and have them apply it.

  9. Hey Stacie- probably the reason the cw came off first is because they had to manually apply it- sometimes a human forgets to take into account the TQ. the register itself never forgets – if all things scan the way they are supposed to will automatically deduct the % from the amount that is less any TQs and before any MQs. hth

  10. My cartwheel says 34-35 oz peanuts. Only looked at it today, maybe that’s why it didn’t come off yesterday. Suspect they added the text to correct it.

  11. Jan is correct. I’m guessing after complaints and cashiers and stores manually applying the cartwheel for the smaller sizes, they added wording to the cartwheel saying “34-35 oz peanuts”. They also added, “Exclusions : excludes all other sizes & flavors of Planters peanuts”

    So, this is no longer good to use on the smaller peanuts.

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