ThinkThin Bar – FREE After Coupon & Sale
Scoop up a ThinkThin Protein Bar and you’ll save serious cash. Shop at Safeway May 23rd – 29th and you’ll pick up a bar on sale for $1.00. When you get to the register, use your $0.75/1 printable coupon (will double to $1.00). You’ll end up with a FREE ThinkThin Bar after the deal. That’s a savings of 100% ($2.14)!
ThinkThin Bar Deal
- Pick up one (1) ThinkThin Protein Bars 1.41-2.1 oz. on sale for $1.00 through 5/29.
- Print and use $0.75/1 ThinkThin Bar
- Final price = FREE, save $2.14!
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* Please note – Savings information is based on Colorado pricing and the Safeway Coupon Policy for the Denver Division which includes Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota. Your market may vary. Prices may vary per location*
4 thoughts on “ThinkThin Bar – FREE After Coupon & Sale”
Just to let you know, the cashier tried to scan this coupon, and it failed to scan, the store can’t take it.
I didn’t have any issues when I used it a couple of weeks ago. Hmm…
The think thin coupon is from the mambosprouts site and is printed using the qpies2 coupon software; as such it does NOT print with a unique serial number for each coupon and per Safeway coupon policy they do NOT accept printable coupons that do not have a unique serial number. Until recently this was never an issue at checkout, but in last month I have noticed that they are refusing to take these type of coupons at more and more Safeways so I think Safeway is in process of implementing some type of upgrade to checkout software that checks for this.
Most printables DO have a unique serial number. On coupons.com coupons this is the dot barcode in upper right; on smartsource coupons this is a dot barcode in lower left, on redplum coupons it is a unique number printed in upper right, etc..
Thanks for the update Arthur, I appreciate it. 🙂 Tricky coupons. Perhaps my Safeway hadn’t/hasn’t switched over yet? Thus why I didn’t get the dreaded beep. I’ll make sure to take that into account and avoid Mambo Sprouts coupons in blog posts and while matching the weekly ad, unless they begin to offer a unique serial number of course.