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Coupons NOW LIVE - 50% off box or free mini w/drink

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I haven't had one in years....Guess i'm stopping by Square One on the way home. . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TriftyTings wrote: $8.25 for 6 of the big ones. Used the coupon today!
is that after the coupon? seems expensive to me.
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rocking23nf wrote: is that after the coupon? seems expensive to me.
yes thats after coupon...$16.50 regular price.

This is insanely cheap given that a single cinnabun is $4-$5!

The coupon make it $1.40 each!!
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NAWTPROF wrote: It's short for McDonald's. They have coupons out now too. Time to get fatter!
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Jul 29, 2006
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nice onlly time i eat these are when these coupons come out thx op
is it free :cheesygri
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Awesome... Anyone try using two of the 1/2 price coupons on two boxes? I know it says "one coupon per visit/transaction" but which is it visit or transaction? LOL. I'm guessing it depends on which one you go to/who you get working there but would be nice to get a feel for how they generally feel about that at Cinnabon. It's not exactly easy to go to two locations given how few/far between they are either. (And no I'm not trying to buy a lot of them for myself--I can barely get through one mini one with all that sugar!)
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ES_Revenge wrote: Awesome... Anyone try using two of the 1/2 price coupons on two boxes? I know it says "one coupon per visit/transaction" but which is it visit or transaction? LOL. I'm guessing it depends on which one you go to/who you get working there but would be nice to get a feel for how they generally feel about that at Cinnabon. It's not exactly easy to go to two locations given how few/far between they are either. (And no I'm not trying to buy a lot of them for myself--I can barely get through one mini one with all that sugar!)
Here is what I would do. Make two different transactions. If they refuse, I would buy one box and come back 2-5 mins later. That's technically another visit. The coupon does not say 1 per person/visit/day. You can buy 2 boxes with 2 coupons. They can't refuse since you met all the requirements, if they still refuse talk to the manager or complain to head office.
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carmaster wrote: Here is what I would do. Make two different transactions. If they refuse, I would buy one box and come back 2-5 mins later. That's technically another visit. The coupon does not say 1 per person/visit/day. You can buy 2 boxes with 2 coupons. They can't refuse since you met all the requirements, if they still refuse talk to the manager or complain to head office.
Well that seems a bit extreme... But anyway yeah I was able to use two...in one transaction too. I just asked. She did ask if these were all for me, lol; but I was like no they're for the office and then was okay with it. Perhaps otherwise they need to stick a "this may cause diabetes" warning on them? :O Because I had two of them (mini) yesterday, a few hours apart, and man I did not feel so good after the second one--I can't imagine eating a whole regular/large Cinnabon in one sitting!

The mini ones are an astonishing 350 calories each, BTW, in case nobody wanted to know (because no one does!). Large ones are nearly 900 :eek:
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used the bogo coupon last week fyi 1.50 for coffee and 2.10 for soft drinks (at Eglinton Station)

that nutella roll or w/e was sooooo small two bites :lol: their centre of the roll is bigger and taste better
is it free :cheesygri

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