Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Shaw's Deals 7/24-7/30

Here are the pretty good deals at Shaw's for the week of 7/24-7/30. Not all deals are mentioned. Just the ones that I think are pretty good. See the entire circular and print Shaw's coupons at Shaws.com.

**Buy 4 Participating General Mills Cereal, get a Coupon for a Free Gallon of Milk! 4/$10 - But Wait! Go to Coupons.com. Print off 2 of the .75/1 Multi-Grain Cheerios coupons and 2 of the .75/1 Total Coupons. All coupons Double. 4 Boxes of Cereal for $4 AND a coupon for a free gallon of milk (up to $4.50).**

**Buy 4 General Mills Bars ($3 ea), Get a 24 pack of Poland Spring Water Free. Get Coupons at Coupons.com and SmartSource.com - they are .50/1s and .40/1s. Not outstanding, but okay.**

**Buy 4 Edy's /Nestle Ice cream Products and save $4 off a future order - Edy's is BOGO Free**

**Kellogg's Pop-Tarts are 5 for $5 - MUST BUY 5 - Print Coupon to Save more at Shaws.com**

**Save $5 on your meat purchase with coupon when you buy $20 in Pepsico Products** (See Flyer - this is probably the most crazy coupon. I guess if you buy a bunch of Pepsi 2 liters and Quaker Rice Cakes, you can save $5 off meat. Just so random if you ask me. It's an instant coupon.)

**Kellogg's Cereal - $2.66 ea ($5 off instantly WYB 5 with Coupon on circular) $1.66 ea (MFCs to match up? Not sure if the $1/1s expired already. I used mine up!)

**Family Pack Hamburgers ($3.49/lbs) - Get Shaw's Hamburger Rolls, Shaw's Potato Chips and a 2 Liter of Super Chill Soda FREE with coupon on circular**

**Shaw's Italian Sausage ($2.99/lbs) - Get Shaw's Torpedo Rolls, 2 lbs Yellow Onions, 2 lbs Green Peppers FREE with coupon on circular**

**Save $1.00 on Farm Stand Lettuce (I think this is $1.59 or $1.79) when you buy 1 pack of Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Meats**

Meat
Boneless Chicken Breast - $1.99/lbs
London Broil - $1.99/lbs
Cooked Shrimp Ring - BOGO Free!
Redi-Serve Chicken Entrees - BOGO Free!

Produce
Red Grapes - .99/lbs
Fresh Express Kits - BOGO Free

Dairy
Yoplait Yogurt - .50 (MFCs from paper)
Florida's Natural OJ - $2.47 (Coupon at Shaws.com)

Frozen
Edy's Ice Cream - BOGO FREE

Grocery
Red Pack or Pastne Tomatoes - $1
Green Giant Canned Veggies - .60 ea
Bumble Bee 4 pack Albacore Tuna - $3.88
Lay's Potato Chips - BOGO Free
Shaw's Light Bread - BOGO Free
Freihofer's 100% Whole Wheat Bread - BOGO Free
Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix - $2.50 (.75/2 MFC from Coupons.com) $1.75 ea
Crisco Cooking Oil (48 oz) - $2.79
Pop-Secret Popcorn - BOGO Free ($1/2 MFC from paper)
Wise Cheez Doodles or Popcorn - BOGO Free
Polar 1 liter Soda - .75 ea ($1/3 MFC from paper)
Shaw's Taco Seasoning - .50
Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna - .59 ea!

General
Scott 4 Roll Bath Tissue - $3.33 ($1/8 rolls at SmartSource.com - use on 2 packs)
Cottonelle 6 pack - $3.33
Ziplock Sandwich bags or containers - $2.50 ($1.50/2 from RightAtHome) $1.75 ea




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3 comments:

The Stay-At-Home Couponer said...

I will be going on vacation next week and there is a Shaw's right down the road from where we will be staying. I was going to shop when I got there to save me from packing a ton of food items. Do you need a card to get the sale prices? And do they automatically double your coupons? I am just trying to figure out if it is worth shopping when I get there. Thanks!

Susan said...

There was a coupon in 6/14 SS for Edy's Dibs $1/2.

Bargain Becky said...

Thanks Susan! Would make that Deal sweeter!

SAHC - Yes. You do need a Shaw's card to get the sale prices. Usually, if you just tell the cashier that you "forgot your card" - they'll scan a master card for you. If you don't feel like taking the chance, just stop by the service desk and they'll give you one right there on the spot. Shaw's registers do typically just double all MFCs under $1.00. I've heard of reports that some stores do not. Most stores I have hit up do double automatically though. Hope this helps!! Enjoy your vacation!!

Just so you know - prices to vary slightly by region. Usually the more "upscale" areas have a little higher sales prices. Most things are the same, but every now and then, you'll see a few items that are marked up higher at certain stores.