Wednesday, October 21, 2009

FREE Knox Gelatine + Possible Overage!


Red Plum currently has a $4/1 Knox Product Coupon available (use zip code 90210)! The Knox Gelatine boxes are priced around $1.50 to $2. Use the $4/1 coupon to get these FREE + possibly score some nice overage!

(Thanks, TheThriftyMama!)

40 comments:

Kate said...

I love that Beverly Hills, CA has all the coupons! They must not clip many out there! :)

Andrea A. said...

I couldn't find it under 90210.

Andrea A. said...

never mind! I found it. LOL!

Courtney said...

Where do they sell them?

fishinglady said...

could not find it...

fran said...

Also try 08054.

fishinglady said...

found it using 47140

Bri, Ash and Ty said...

I only found the Knox Powder coupon

Anonymous said...

dont c it

Anonymous said...

it doesn't look like the item pictured. Just type the zip and look for a $4 coupon and it will probably say Knox on it. It says its good on any of their products.

mami said...

I can't find it with any of the zip codes. Do they run out?

mami said...

I found it but only because one of the other comments pointed out that the picture does not match. Look for the $4 is right. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

what is up with redplum and smartsource? their stupid websites always freeze my computer when i try to print. ugh. sorry. drives.me.crazy to see a good deal and not be able to print.

Courtney said...

Cant find it

Courtney said...

Found it! :)

Anonymous said...

A question...I printed this coupon and it says "good only on the purchase of products indicated". Is this meaning what is pictured on the coupon?

Eden said...

oh great! wal mart has these under $1 I believe...

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Ashley said...

There is also a coupon @ Meijer Mealbox for $1.00 off (zip 43110) thta can be used with it.

Anonymous said...

as to what Kate said...if you live in Beverly Hills do you really need to use coupons? :-)

Whitney said...

I googled "Knox products" and found it makes NutraJoint and Knox Nails (what's pictured on the coupon). Knox gelatin is made by Kraft, so I don't think you can use this coupon on gelatin!

Anonymous said...

I tried all recommended zip codes with NO success :-(

Danielle Miller said...

I would expect that Knox Nails and Nutrajoint are the same brand. Gelatin is used for nails and joints. It's a home remedy to eat lots of jello if you want stronger nails or healthy joints. It would be kind of weird for two separate companies to both have the name Knox, and both use gelatin based products.

Whitney said...

Ok, so I take back my other post. It appears the gelatin maker and the NutraJoint maker have the same logo, so I guess you can use it on gelatin! I hope I can find this!

Danielle Miller said...

Yep, same logo. So for you guys that only like to use coupons for "their intended purpose" you should probably stick to items pictured. Those of us who go by the words should be able to buy gelatin too. You guys realize that even when you write personal checks, it's the amount in writing that counts, right? It's a standard policy in our society as a whole, not just us savvy couponers trying to pull fast ones on poor unsuspecting major corporations.

Sorry. Being snide. Still aggravated over the great diaper/wipes debate from a few months ago.

Anonymous said...

Whittney I think you are actually right. Kraft sold it's joint powder back in 2003. The joint powder is made by a different company so it seems unethical to use for the gelatin. Too bad, I was looking forward to using it.

Here are some links showing this:
http://www.hotcouponworld.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-227928.html

http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-24937433_ITM

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Anonymous said...

Unfortunatly, I think its for the Knox for nails and such. If you have trouble finding the coupon, I went to Knox.com and it listed all the products for this particualr kind. It also has a save $ button at the lower part that takes you to a register page to be able to print out your $4 coupon.

Sure would of been nice though!

Anonymous said...

this coupon was available a while back and I used it on the gelatin with no problem, 2 boxes paid for bag of groceries!

Anonymous said...

I plan on using it on the gelatin, and I will feel totally great doing it! $4 ANY KNOX PRODUCT

Anonymous said...

Weird, I selected the Knox coupon and it printed the Target $3 Degree coupon and when I went to try again it wouldn't let me said "print limit reached."

Anonymous said...

Redplum with 90210 has the $1.25 off 2 Wishbone dressings if anyone is interested. Only let me print 1 but when i used it last time the Wishbone at Walmart was on rollback to $1.75 so it made a good little deal.

Crystal @ The Thrifty Mama said...

Thanks for the link girl ;)

Eden said...

shaw's has it for $2.39 & they gave me overage! yay!

Maria M. said...

I agree, it says ANY KNOX PRODUCT. I'm getting myself some free gelatin! Woo-Hoo!

Anonymous said...

I really have my doubts that this coupon will work on the gelatin - this is a product that has glucosamin chrondrotin in it for joints.

Shelley said...

Same company. KNOX brand gelatine (the food) is a registered trademark of NBTY, Inc., used by Kraft Foods under license. Knox brand gelatine (for nails) is also a registered trademark of NBTY.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone had any success using these on the gelatin? I went to my local target in LA, CA and couldn't find them next to the jello. Would love to be able to use the overage on groceries =)

Anonymous said...

I've gotten 4 boxes of Knox Gelatine here in South Dakota for $1.32 at Walmart PLUS overage!! Depends on the cashier, though. The first time I tried to use them, she wasn't going to give me the overage, so I had her void them off my order. Next two times I went to a young male cashier and he put them through with no problem!!

Jaime said...

I just used this Q today at my Publix. I bought 2 boxes of gelatin at $1.34 each, which still gave me a nice overage. The items pictured were right next to the Knox gelatin on the shelf. The cashier questioned it but the manager said that it was the wording that determines what can be purchased so she gave the okay. She even said "way to go!"

The company giving the Q WILL pay the store, so you aren't doing anything wrong to anyone. They wrote their coupon the way they wanted to write it. If they wanted it exactly for that product then they would have written it on there. Companies are not new to this either, people.