Sunday, March 1, 2009
First, if you are new to working deals at Acme, please read the background info on one of my earlier deals posts. This will explain how the coupons double & how to print two copies of the printable coupons.
Here is what I see this week:
First, there is a Catalina coupon deal where you purchase $20 in participating P&G and/or Pepsi products in one transaction and you get a coupon for $5 off your next transaction. Since P&G puts out its own coupon circular every month, there are a ton of possible matchups here if there are items you need. None are particularly thrilling, but if you are purchasing these items anyway, it is worth taking a look at the participating products and you can qualify by spending $20 before coupons.
Thomas' English Muffins twin-packs are on sale for $1.99 each.
Mann's bagged vegetables (like Broccoli Wokly) are on sale for 2 for $5.
Select varieties of Barilla whole grain pasta are on sale for $1.
2 lb. bags of Arctic Shores frozen raw shrimp are on sale for $9 with the in-ad coupon on the front page of the circular.
16 oz. packages of fresh strawberries are buy one get one free.
Fresh Express salad blends are buy one get one free.
Printable coupon deals:
Juicy Juice 64 oz. bottles are on sale buy one get one free this week. Pick up two bottles, use the $1 off two printable available here and get two bottles for $3.29 max. (it may be even lower), that's $1.65 each.
Cabot chunk cheese is on sale for $2.50. Use the $0.30 off printable coupon here (it will double to $0.60 off) to get it for $1.90 each.
Lysol cleaning products are on sale for $1.99 each. There are $1 off & $0.50 off (that will double to $1) coupons available here (you may need to register to print them) making them $1 each.
Slim-Fast ready to drink shakes are on sale for $6. There is a $3 off 2 printable coupon available here, that would make these $4.50 each.
Newspaper coupon deals:
Kellogg's cereals, straws, 8-ct Pop Tarts, fruit snacks and Yogos are on sale for $1.25 each (cereals are select varieties). You must buy four to get the $1.25 price, more or less will be $1.67 each. There are Kellogg's coupons from last Sunday's paper (not today's) for $1 off any 2 Pop Tarts, $1 off any 2 fruit snacks, $0.70 off any one Kellogg's cereal and $1 off certain varieties of cereal. If you were to purchase two boxes of cereal and either 2 Pop Tarts or 2 fruit snacks, this would be your breakdown. The first box of cereal is $1.25, the $0.70 off coupon will double to $1.40 off, making it free, plus giving you $0.15 overage. Use the $1 off coupon for the second box of cereal at $1.25 and it would be $0.25, minus the $0.15 overage from the other box, will be $0.10. Buy two boxes of your choice of fruit snacks or Pop Tarts at $2.50, use the corresponding $1 off coupon, and spend $1.60 for two boxes of cereal and two boxes of Pop Tarts or fruit snacks.
Hillshire Farm smoked sausage or Kielbasa are on sale buy one get one free with a max. price of $4.99 (identical item only). Use the $1 off 2 coupon from a recent insert to get two packages for up to $3.99 (may be less depending on the actual cost of which item you choose).
Purdue cooked or breaded frozen chicken bags are on sale for $5.99. Use the $1 off one coupon from a recent insert to get a 28-34 oz. bag for $4.99.
That's all I can see for now. If you have anything to add, please leave it in the comments ;)