Kraft Canada Coupons: Save $1 On Kraft Peanut Butter And 50 Cents On Kraft Salad Dressing *Printable Coupons*


Two new coupons are available through the Kraft Canada What’s Cooking website. Save $1 on the purchase of any one jar of Kraft Peanut Butter, any size, and variety, and save 50 cents on the purchase of any bottle of Kraft salad dressing, any variety, in either the 475ml or 710ml formats.

Both of these coupons are printable only, which is the case with all of the coupons that become available through this portal unfortunately. There is a limit of one print per Kraft What’s Cooking account for each coupon, and a limit of two prints per computer. This means if yourself and a family member both have an account, you may each print one coupon.

The coupon for $1 off the purchase of Kraft Phildelphia brick cream cheese is available through the Kraft Canada portal as well, so if you printed it through the WebSaver main page, you may print another copy if it here.

Click here to get your coupons for Kraft peanut butter and salad dressing through the Kraft Canada What’s Cooking coupon portal.

4 responses to “Kraft Canada Coupons: Save $1 On Kraft Peanut Butter And 50 Cents On Kraft Salad Dressing *Printable Coupons*”

  1. ju says:

    Picked coupons, went to print , took forever then gave me an gateway error ??? coupons gone , cannot print them again ! SUX

  2. Natalka says:

    ju – that has always happened to me – I’ve emailed them about it multiple times. They do reply, with no fixes for it though. I just went to try again, it says under maintenance.

  3. Judi says:

    Coupon gone already, didn’t last long

  4. kat says:

    Coupon never worked. And when you send them an e-mail about it, they tell you Kraft peanut butter has been discontinued, REALLY!?! Here is the message received:

    “It’s great to hear from consumers who are looking for our products because it lets us know how much you enjoy them. The tough part comes when we have to share the news that the product you’re trying to find has been discontinued.

    If products don’t seem to be popular with our consumers, and demand starts to drop, a decision is made to discontinue the item. Once this decision is made, we stop making the product and the remaining supply is shipped from our warehouse to the grocery stores. Unfortunately we do not have any information about which stores may still have our discontinued products in stock.

    At this time there are no plans to bring back our discontinued products, but we are always cooking up something new to help you live and eat better so you may discover a new favourite!”


    Julian Franklin
    Director, Consumer Relations


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