Sunday, June 21, 2009

First, if you are new to working deals at Acme, please read the background info on this post. This will explain how the coupons double & how to print two copies of the printable coupons.

Prices aren't too great this week. There's a bunch of Buy one get one free items this week (Bogo) which seem to be some of the better deals. For me and my Coke Zero addiction, the best deal is the Coke 12-pack circular deal. Here's what I see:

Circular deals:

Stouffer's Red box, Lean Cuisine, Multi-Serve, Hot or Lean Pockets are all 50% off.


Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero or Sprite 12-pack cans are on sale 6 for $12 with the coupon on the back of the circular.

Bogo items:
  • Keller's Butter quarters
  • Raspberries
  • Acme or Perdue split chicken breasts
  • Ball Park meat franks (there are $1 off 2 coupons from recent inserts)
  • Perdue Turkey breasts and Hatfield Pork tenderloin
  • Thomas' English muffins and Maier's Italian bread
  • Hatfield sliced bacon
  • Nature sweet cherry tomatoes

Green Giant Boil-in-Bag boxed veggies are on sale 8 for $10, and you actually have to buy 8. These used to go on sale 10 for $10, but haven't in a long time :(

Printable coupon deals:

Sorry! There just aren't any matchups that I see. :(

Newspaper coupon deals:

There's a Catalina deal (it runs through 7/2) where you get a $4 Catalina (register) coupon for buying any 4 participating ice cream products. Check the circular insert for all of the participating brands, but there are coupon matchups for Nestle Drumsticks ($1 off 2), Edy's Dibs ($1 off 2), Eskimo pie ($1 off 1), Haagen-Daz products ($1 off 2) and The Skinny Cow ($1 off 2).

McCormick Grillmate marinade packs are $1 this week. If you still have the $0.50 McCormick coupons they will double to $1 making these FREE.

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