Here is a link to print a coupon good for $3 off on any one Planters nuts product 9 ounce or larger, when you buy any 3 Kraft, Nabisco, or Oscar Mayer products (excludes single serve)
A couple tips though - use Internet Explorer, not Firefox - to print this.
Return to this link to print out another coupon. Using the back arrow to print another one won't work, because the page expires...but if you return to the link, you can print the coupon one more time. The limit to print is 2 at that link. If you want to get two more, use this link.
Finally, Kool Aid packets (.20-.30 cents each at most stores, .60-.90 cents for three of them) can count as the 3 products purchased because it's a Kraft/Nabisco product. They do not count as the excluded "single serve," because the packet reads "Servings: 8."
Oscar Mayer beef franks are buy one get one free this week, though, so you could get two packages of those at $2.14 each to qualify for the Planters. I used a .50 cents off coupon for each of my hot dog packages and the store doubles them, so that made the hot dogs $1.14 each package. The Planters nuts were $2.99 and the store will take $3.00 off for full face value of the coupon. Wow, a penny profit ;)
I had a little bit of an issue using the printable coupon at Kroger. Kroger's Internet Printed Coupon policy is generally that they won't accept them if they are 'buy one get one free' items, 'free' items, or over $1.00 in value. The Planter's coupon is for $3, so they weren't going to take it, then I pointed out that the new printed coupons have watermarks on them, so they can tell they are real. The clerk called the manager and they approved the coupon. If you have a problem, point out the watermark and ask to speak to a supervisor.
The .50 cent off coupon for the Oscar Mayer hot dogs was in the June 15th SmartSource coupon insert in the Sunday Atlanta Journal/Constitution newspaper.