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Let’s pick Copp’s to make an example:
Buy ten of their 12ox Oscar Mayer Bologna @$.99 before Wednesday and pay $9.90. Get a $10.00 Catalina for your next visit (same as cash on your next shopping transaction).
Buy another ten bologna, pay WITH that first $10.00 Catalina and you will STILL get a new Catalina!!
That Kraft Catalina let’s you buy several different products – you just need 10 items to get the $10 back.
HyVee’s ad this week showed the Planter’s Peanut Butter and Capri Sun in on the deal – and are having issues printing them – they say it is a problem from Catalina. Most of us didn’t think those items were part of the Kraft Catalina offer but HyVee had them IN PRINT, in their and and they ARE offering the $10 store credits if your offer doesn’t print.
How does a rolling offer help us?
I am getting 100 packs of bologna for the food pantry.
Buy 10 @$.99, pay 9.90 and get 10 back
Buy 10 @$.99, pay for the 9.90 with the 10, get 10 back
repeat to end with a $10 Catalina still in my hot little hands.
That is better than paying $9.90 ten times and having ten $10 Catalinas. It would be $99 out of pocket initially!
I hope that clears things up!