Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Local Affiliated Deals Week of 2/9/11

Hamburger Helper is 10/$10.  Use the 50 cents off one coupon HERE to make these 50 cents a piece, or FREE with doubling.

Select Betty Crocker fruit snacks are 2/$4.  Use the 50 cents off two coupon at coupons.com to make these $1.75, or $1.50 with doubling.

Yoplait yogurt is 10/$5.  Buy 12 and use two 40 cents off of 6 coupons at coupons.com to make these 35 cents a piece, or 28 cents a piece with doubling.

Charmin 12 ct double rolls of basic bathroom tissue are 4.99.  The Yankton and Norfolk newspapers carried a Proctor and Gamble coupon insert on 1/28 with a 25 cent off coupon.  If you don't have this, check your work place or with neighbors to see if they've put it in their newspaper pile.  I was able to pick up three extra coupons this way, and once these were doubled, this price beat the Sam's Club price on Charmin toilet paper.

Jack's pizza is 4/$10, use the in ad coupon to get another for free, or 5/$10.  The Omaha 1/30 paper had a coupon for $1 off of 3 Jack's pizzas, if you have this coupon, your pizzas will be $1.80 a piece.

Welch's Grape Juice is 2/$7.  If you were able to print two of the Welch's grape juice $2/1 coupons that I posted about earlier this week, they will be $1.50 a piece.

Spend $30 at People's in Crofton and get a Go Green grocery bag for free with the coupon HERE.

These deals are pretty awesome this week.  You get to support your local grocery stores, save a lot of money (I saved 25.60 with coupons, and over $60 in advertised sales) and keep your business in town without having to pay SD sales tax on grocery items!

The above specials are valid at Bloomfield, Hartington and Crofton.  Hartington Foodtown doubles coupons Wednesday through Saturday up to 69 cents.  Crofton People's doubles coupons on Wednesdays only, I believe up to 60 cents (someone please correct me if I'm wrong on this), and Wausa doubles coupons on Wednesdays up to 50 cents.

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