Sprouts Weekly (4/9-4/16): Hot Deals on Kefir, Cuties, Dried Apricots, and More

There are many fantastic deals at Sprouts starting Wednesday, especially during their 72-Hour Sale this Friday through Sunday.  You can a good deal on Lifeway Kefir single-serve bottles, dried apricots for a rock-bottom price, a great deal on strawberries, and more!

If you aren’t already, be sure to sign up for their email list to get a couple of great coupons emailed to you once a month.  This months coupons included a free bottle of Seventh Generation stain remover!  They are not available on their website, though, you have to be signed up via email to get them, so be sure to do that now if you aren’t already on the list.

These deals are valid April 9-16, 2014. [rss-cut]

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  1. The Lifeway Kefir is only for the 32 oz, not the 8 oz. I was able to print it.

  2. Hi,

    I do not live close to a Sprouts store so I often take the Sprouts ad to Walmart and pricematch. However, lately I have only been getting the Sprouts ad sporatically.

    Does anyone know if will Walmart accept a pricematch based on the internet version of the Sprouts ad?

    I read Walmarts policy and it says:

    •We do not require customers to have the ad with them to honor a competitor’s ad.

    Has anyone pricematched without a competitors ad? In this case, Walmart takes our word for it?

    Thanks for any insight.

    • Sarah H. says:

      I have printed the ad off the internet and showed that with no problems. I have also price matched without the ad with no problems. The only time I ever had trouble was when I was trying to price match a watermelon at Sprouts that was $x per pound, when Walmart sold them as $y each. In that case she said they couldn’t price match it.

    • I haven’t had any issues pricematching without an ad, though I haven’t done it for awhile. Like Sarah said, the only time it’s been a problem is when something is priced per-pound in the ad but Walmart sells it by the each, and in that case, they just won’t pricematch it.

  3. I have never been asked to produce the ad (though I do usually carry it with me.)

  4. I make a list, by store, at take it to walmart. I say ‘.88 each at sprouts, (for my lettuce), $1.00 at King sooper (sour cream),’ etc. etc. There are a couple of cashiers at our store who FREAK out even if you do have the ad, so I avoid their lines, but other than not getting one of those cashiers, (who also get all jittery if I hand them a coupon), I’ve had no problems.

  5. I couldn’t get the Annie Chuan’s Coupon to print. I have a mac. Anyone else have the same problem?

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