The insert for Safeway in today’s newspaper had a few nice store coupons, and an announcement about a new frozen food promo. If you drink Pepsi, I’d stock up on the 49¢ two liters (limit 5 with in-ad coupon).
Looks like the in-ad coupons on the front are good only through Tuesday, while the ones on the inside and back of the ad are good through next Sunday. Those coupons have some great prices on Ken’s Dressing, Prego, Tostitos, and Huggies and Pampers diapers! Looks like Safeway-brand pasta is also 50¢ through Saturday – I’m stocking up!
Also, there’s a new frozen food promotion that runs through March 30th. Wow, a whole month to figure out deal scenarios! You’ll need to buy $25 in participating frozen food products, and then you’ll earn a coupon at checkout for $10 off your next order. You should be able to use that $10 coupon to purchase another $25 in participating frozen food products and earn another coupon, and so on and so forth.
Right off the bat, saving $10 off $25 is saving 40%, plus any sale and coupon savings – this type of a sale usually gives us some awesome deals! Here’s one of my trips from a similar sale last year. Here are a few key things to keep in mind:
- Don’t spend more than $25 – the more you spend over $25, the lower your savings percentage gets.
- Be very careful to spend a total of $25 after all sale discounts and store coupons (but before manufacturer’s coupons). If you don’t hit at least $25, the coupon won’t print.
- If you don’t have coupons for a particular product, hold off buying it if you can. With a month-long sale like this, we are bound to get coupons for some of these products in the next week or two.
I’ll try to put together some of the best deals for you on Wednesday when I do the whole ad wrap-up. Let me know if you spot anything hot in the meantime!
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