Two *New* King Arthur Flour Coupons

This is my FAVORITE brand of flour and I have NEVER seen a coupon for it!!!! Just in time for the holidays, you can get two different coupons to save on King Arthur Flour.

First, there is a coupon on RecycleBank that only requires 40 points. I posted yesterday about Recyclebank. You can easily get 40 points in a manner of minutes. Then cash in those points for a $1 off 1 5-lb bag or larger of King Arthur flour.

Next, you can load a $1.50/2 bags of King Arthur Flour onto your grocery store’s loyalty card with Savings Star. If you are new to Savings Star, you can create an account, put your loyalty card number in, then load ecoupons onto your card. The good news is, there is never anything to clip and the coupons are there when you need them!

Not only does King Arthur flour have organic varieties, but it has the best bread flour I’ve ever found for use in my bread machine. Do you have a bread machine? If not, put this one on your Christmas list. I swear it is one of the best investments I’ve made in kitchen appliances and I’ve had it and used it for over 13 years now!

Thanks Organic Deals.

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  1. Hi Andrea,

    In the past year I have noticed how companies seem to be tightening their control over coupons given, and that when I try to get any US coupons it tells me that they are not available in my country, but what about all us folks that live close to the border here in Canada and spend alot and I mean alot of bucks in the USA everyday. These companies need to do their research and see how much we Canadians spend in the USA and chances are many are buying their products. Are we not entitled to a coupon. Why the tight control.

    Do you have any suggestions as to how I might get those coupons printed.


  2. Gail, I share your frustration. I often feel that way when I notice a really great coupon has come in the paper for the large city an hour away from me but we didn’t get that same coupon in the paper of the smaller city I live in. Unfortunately, I can’t help you with the printing of coupons. I don’t know of any work arounds. However, if you know you will be shopping in the US, I’d suggest collecting any US Sunday papers to the get the coupons and/or searching on Ebay and “purchasing” any coupons you know will make a great deal. Sorry to not be more help, Andrea

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