This Week In Store
How much does it cost to use BettyCrocker.com coupons?
There is no cost to take advantage of our money saving coupons.
Do I have to register to take advantage of BettyCrocker.com coupons?
Yes. You must become a member of BettyCrocker.com to take advantage to any of our coupons.
What is the difference between printable coupons and card linked offers?
Printable coupons are coupons you print on your computer and can be redeemed at most of your local retailers. Card Linked offers are coupons you load onto your retailer specific loyalty card or account. There may be different offers available for Printable Coupons and Card Linked offers.
Is there a limit to the number of different coupons I can clip or download?
No. You can clip or download as many different coupons as you like.
For our printable and digital coupons you may clip/download as many different coupons as you want. However, there are limits to the quantity of the same offer you can print. You are allowed only one attempt at printing each Weekly Spotlight Savings each week, and two attempts at printing all other coupons each month. You may add card-linked offers one time. See more details
How often are offers updated?
Coupons of the Week offers are updated every Thursday. All other offers are updated at the beginning of each month, subject to manufactures discretion. Quantities are limited; offers are available while supplies last.
Where are offers accepted?
Over 90% of all major grocery chains and over 95% of all grocery stores have an official policy to accept printable coupons as long as they scan properly. Digital coupons are retailer specific and only redeemable at that specific retailer.
Can you mail or email me coupons?
We cannot send any of our printable coupons by e-mail or U.S. Mail. To print our coupons you will need our free coupon printer installed on your computer, Internet connection, and good quality Printer with ink and paper.
We do offer the option to email your selected offers to an email of choice for printing at a later time. See more details
For card linked offers – we cannot email or mail.
BettyCrocker.com works in partnership with Coupons, Inc. to provide online coupons.
Listed below are answers to commonly asked questions.
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What are the differences between Coupons of the Week and all other printable coupons?
Coupons of the Week offers are General Mills product coupons that are refreshed every Thursday. These offers have a very limited quantity and have the potential to reach their print limit before being refreshed on Thursday. The Coupons of the Week offers are only found on BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, Tablespoon.com and BoxTops4Education.com.
How do I print your coupons?
- Check your printer. Make sure it's on and loaded with paper.
- Select coupons. Then click "Print Clipped". To print all available coupons, check “Clip All” then click "Print Clipped”.
- Download coupon printing software. If you are printing coupons for the first time on this site, you'll be asked to install a small application. Click "Yes" or "Run" when the install window appears. Don't worry – the software is free, safe, and installs fast. If you ever want to remove the software, it's a quick and easy process to uninstall.
- Save big! Use your coupons at your local grocery store.
*Remember, you can only attempt to print each coupon a maximum of two times so always double-check to make sure your printer is turned on, loaded with paper and filled with enough toner or ink to print the selected coupons. If your printer fails, you are out of paper, ink or toner while attempting to print, the attempt counts toward your personal print limit for the coupon.
Why do I need to install the Coupon printer?
The Coupon Printer is a small, safe browser add-on that was created for one purpose: to enable your computer to build and print coupons upon request that conform to manufacturer and retailer requirements for redemption.
You can also proceed with confidence knowing that Coupons.com is a Better Business Bureau-accredited business in good standing. Refer to the BBB Reliability Report for Coupons.com Incorporated.
What do I need in order to print a coupon?
To get started you will need a computer, Internet connection, and good quality printer with ink and paper. View a list of Coupons, Inc. supported operating systems and web browsers.
If you have never printed coupons before you will need to install the Coupon Printer application. The Coupon Printer only needs to be installed once and allows you to access coupons from thousands of websites across the Internet.
You also need administrative permissions to install the Coupon Printer application onto your computer. This means that you need the appropriate level of permissions to install software onto your computer. Some work environments and/or shared computing environments (For example: public library or Internet cafe) may not allow you to install software such as the Coupon Printer.
Please visit Coupons, Inc. for instructions to install the Coupon Printer.
What operating systems or web browser do I need to use the Coupon Printer Software?
View a list of Coupons, Inc. supported operating systems and web browsers.
Coupon printing using the Coupon Printer software is NOT supported on mobile devices, Linux, Chromium (Chrome OS), Windows 98/ME, Windows 8 Metro mode, WebTV, or virtual computing environments such as VMWare.
Why did I get a "Print Limit Reached" message when the coupon never printed?
This message appears after you have attempted to print the same coupon too many times. In most cases your coupon was actually sent to your system's default printer and is waiting in the print queue to be printed. If that printer is available, you can fulfill the print request by reconnecting the printer to your computer and restarting the print job. Unfortunately any coupons sent to the wrong printer cannot be requeued to another printer. To start sending your coupons to a different printer, the following link will instruct you on how to set a default printer in your Control Panel.
If you received a coupon link from a third-party blog, email, or post, and hit a "Print Limit Reached" error message on your first print attempt, the link in that offer was probably generated for a specific user and printed the maximum number of times allowed for that specific link. If this is the case, you will need to check the original offer on the manufacturer's website for a valid coupon link.
If you encountered a "Print Limit Reached" error message while accessing our coupon through the manufacturer's website and did not attempt any prior print requests, their coupon promotion may have just ended and the coupon may no longer be available.
Unfortunately we do not have the ability to reset print limits for individual users.
Why won’t my coupons print?
The coupon offer has reached its print limit.
If you receive a message stating "Sorry … One or more of the coupons you requested is no longer available. Please check back next month." it means that the offer has reached its print limit. All coupon offers have a maximum number of available prints each month. Once an offer reaches its print limit, the offer is no longer available to print. We make every effort to remove offers from the site once they reach their print limit. In certain situations (especially weekends and/or holidays) it may take 24-48 hours to remove an offer from the site once it has run out.
You've reached your personal print limit for a coupon.
If you receive the message; "Sorry! You have already printed this coupon the maximum number of times allowed." you have reached your personal print limit for a coupon. Registered users of BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, Tablespoon.com and BoxTopsForEducation.com can attempt to print coupons a maximum of two times. Offers are shared across all three sites so if you print a coupon twice on Pillsbury.com you will not be able to print the same offer from the other two sites.
Before attempting to print, you need to install the Coupon Printer software. Remember, you can only attempt to print each coupon a maximum of two times so always double-check to make sure your printer is turned on, loaded with paper and filled with enough toner or ink to print the selected coupons. If your printer fails, you are out of paper, ink or toner while attempting to print, the attempt counts toward your personal print limit for the coupon.
Card Linked Coupons
BettyCrocker.com works in partnership with Cellfire to provide Card Linked Coupons. Listed below are answers to commonly asked questions.
Additionally you can:
- Contact the Cellfire Support Team
- Send Feedback to Cellfire
What are Card Linked Coupons?
To help you save money on groceries, we have partnered with Cellfire to deliver retailer specific offers that can be loaded to your store loyalty card/accounts.
How to select your coupons
Step 1: Log In to your BettyCrocker.com account
Step 2: Click on your preferred store
Step 3: Enter your loyalty card number found on your store loyalty card
Step 4: Select your offers
Step 5: Click “Add to Card”
How do I add and a store loyalty card?
There are 2 ways to add a store loyalty card/account:
- Access “My Account” and update your “Loyalty Cards” section
- Access the BettyCrocker.com coupons page and select the Card Linked Offers section. Then select the applicable store and add your loyalty card where prompted.
How do I remove a store loyalty card?
Access “My Account”. You will find a list of your loyalty cards under the Loyalty Cards section. Hit “Remove” on the line of the loyalty card you would like removed - this is found on the right of the card number.
I tried to add my store loyalty card, but was told my card number is not valid. What should I do?
This error means you likely entered your card number incorrectly. Verify that it has been entered correctly (look on the back of your card, underneath the bar code) and try again. If you still have problems, contact your store’s customer service department.
I tried to add my store loyalty card, but was told my card number is not found. What should I do?
You may receive this message if you were just recently issued a loyalty card. Please activate your card by using it at the store and wait 30 minutes before trying to add your card again. If you still have problems, contact your store’s customer service department.
How do I get a loyalty card?
Please visit the website or the customer service desk at your local store and ask for a savings or loyalty card application. In most cases you will receive a card on the spot. Before you can add your card to BettyCrocker.com, please activate your card by using it at checkout and then waiting 30 minutes before saving offers to it.
How do I save coupons to my loyalty card?
Once you have added your loyalty card number you can select offers buy hitting the “Select” button. Once all offers are selected hit the “Add to Card” button to load the offers to your card.
How can I tell whether a coupon has been saved to my card?
Coupons that you have saved to your card will say "Added to Card” in place of “Select” button was. The total number of offers added to your card will showcase at the bottom of the page. Some stores also provide the ability to view what offers are on your card by visiting their website.
Can I remove a digital coupon after it’s been saved?
Digital coupons cannot be removed unless they expire or are used with a purchase at the store.
My family shares one card. Can we all use it with Card Linked Coupons?
Yes, multiple people can add a store loyalty card to their individual accounts. Be sure to coordinate when coupons are redeemed because they can only be redeemed once.
My wife and I have different cards, but it seems that offers are saved to both cards at once. Why is this happening?
Sometimes stores combine multiple cards in a household to one household account. These offers will be saved to both cards and a redemption with one card will prevent usage of the offer with the other card. You'll have to manage offers saved to the cards as one card.
How many digital coupons can I save to my loyalty card?
You can save as many Card Linked coupons to your loyalty card as you want. Please note that some grocery stores limit the number of offers.
How do I redeem Card Linked coupons?
Card Linked coupons get saved directly to your store loyalty cards or accounts. Your coupons are automatically redeemed when you use your card or account number at checkout!
I tried to use Card Linked Coupon(s), but did not receive my discount. What happened?
The coupon may have failed for the following reasons:
- The product(s) you purchased did not meet the terms described in the coupon details.
- The coupon had expired.
- You had other e-coupons saved to your card for the same product.
If you would like to report a problem with the redemption of one of our offers, contact Cellfire support or the retailer.
What happens to expired coupons?
Expired coupons are removed from your account and are not available for use.
I've used an offer but it still shows up with "Coupon Saved" beneath. Why?
It can take up to 24 hours for a grocery store’s system to be updated after you use a coupon at the store. Please do not attempt to use the offer again; the discount is only valid for one use and cannot be applied again.
Once their systems have been updated, the offer will be removed.
If I have 2 of the same product and I have 2 Card Linked coupons for that product, can I purchase them both in the same transaction?
No, the Card Linked coupon code can only be applied once per product, per transaction. In order to get your discount for the second item, please ask the cashier to ring it up separately.
I saved the same coupon to my card twice, but it only shows up once. Why?
Each coupon can only be saved once to one card every two weeks.
I tried to save a Card Linked coupon from another website, but it did not show up in. What happened?
If the coupon(s) you selected did not show up on your list, you have either:
- Already saved that coupon to your store loyalty card.
- Used that coupon in one of your recent purchases.
- There are no supported stores in your area. Enter a new zip code
This Week In Store
What is This Week In Store?
To help you save money on groceries, we collect everything on sale this week that doesn’t require coupons or codes from over 80,000 physical grocery stores and put them all in one place. The deals shown here are the same offers you’d see in the printed circular that comes in your weekly shopper or Sunday paper from your favorite store.
Do I need to do anything special to take advantage of these in-store deals?
No. Just visit your favorite store and purchase the items. No coupon clipping, no codes to remember, no hassles; just great everyday savings that your store is already offering. We gather these in-store deals here for you to help make money-saving menu planning easier.
Why don’t I see every single item that’s on sale at my favorite grocery store listed on BettyCrocker.com?
We focus on sale items featured in our recipes and on products from General Mills and our partners, so not every offer in-store is displayed on our site.
Can I see grocery store sales just for the recipes I am interested in?
Yes. Any recipe on BettyCrocker.com with eligible in-store deals on the ingredients has a “Save On This Recipe” section between the ingredients and the steps. Just click open that section and see the stores that have those ingredients on sale.
Why do I have to login or register at your site to see all the in-store sales?
We save your favorite stores when you become a member so when you return to the site the deals for your favorite stores are featured.
What are the check marks on the sale items for?
We put them there so you can select your favorite in-store sales and then print or email them to help you save more money when you shop.
Where do these in-store sales come from?
Our partner, Grocery Server aggregates offers from 80,000 physical stores and has the largest database of local retail products, offers and coupons in the US.
Who do I contact if I see a sale price online that is not available in my store?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes the deal you have a question about as well as the name of your grocery store.