Whole Foods Market: FREE + 75¢ Money Maker thinkThin Bars

Whole Foods Market has thinkThin Bars for $1.25.  If you stack the PRINTABLE manufacturer’s coupon and Whole Foods store coupon, then it’ll be  FREE + 75¢ money maker!

 

Think Thin Bars $1.69 $1.25
Use: $1/1 Think Thin (Printable Coupon)
Stack with: $1/1 Think Thin (Whole Foods Coupon)
Final Price: FREE + 75¢ money maker

Note: The coupon policy for Whole Foods Market varies by the store.  Though overage is not guaranteed, you should be able to get the thinkThin bars for FREE!  If you buy a large quantity of it, then you can also ask for a 10% case/bulk discount.

You can score big with this deal! Last time we had a MONEY MAKER deal atWhole Foods, my friend and I ended up getting 100 x 6 packs of Zevia and ended up with around $80 in overage.  I wrote about the transactions, click here to read more.

Thanks Thrifteh and Darla!

This article has 8 Comments

  1. Hmmm. How does this relate? Reread your post, lol!

    I quote:

    Note: The coupon policy for Whole Foods Market varies by the store. Though overage is not guaranteed, you should be able to get the Zevia for FREE! If you buy a large quantity of it, then you can also ask for a 10% case/bulk discount.

    1. Sometimes the brain thinks one thing but types something else =)

      Those Think Thin Bites are very tasty so I hope these are good. Thanks for the info!

  2. Hi! I’m new to couponing and I just want to make sure I got this right. Basically I’m combining one Thinkthin manufacturer’s coupon and one whole foods coupon and using it on each individual bar?
    Ps-Thank you for your time:)

    1. yes, that is correct. however, to save paper they can just key in the code for the whole foods coupon and you do not necessarily need one store coupon for each item. also, it will require a manager key when you use multiples of the same whole foods coupon. 😀

  3. Best deal ever. Manager didn’t even blink, didn’t even count my coupons. Just entered $10 off and $10 off and then handed me a gift card for $7.50 (I went with a smaller amount, assuming that something too big might make them thing too much).

    I will be repeating this today.

    This alone has made the blog worth reading the past 6 months.

  4. My store allows overage but only to credit to your basket. I purchased, 3 Humus, 1 Sun Dry tomatoes in olive oil and 1 cornbread and 24 bars all for 4 CENTS and the manager told my husband he really appreciates our business. @j@ HAPPY CAMPER!!
    U THANKS SHURIKEN!

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