Sorry I’m so late getting these deals up this week but I’ve been a little busy! Charlene over at My Frugal Adventures was kind enough to help me with the matchups this week. There are some really good stacking opportunities with the Super Coupons. Other than that, there weren’t really any other stand out deals in the ad.
My store triples coupons up to $.39 and doubles up to $.50. It will only multiply one like coupon and does not accept coupons on free items. This was taken into consideration when doing the matchup. New to shopping at Safeway? Read the coupon policy HERE.
Most of these deals should be valid at all Safeway affiliates (Carrs, Dominick’s, Genuardi’s, Pavilions, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Safeway, and Vons) but be sure to check your local ad.
Flavored or Multigrain Cheerios – $1.99
-Use $.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios coupon (or HERE) OR
-Use $1/2 Cheerios coupon (SS 7/18)
Final Price = As low as $1.24
Tide Stain Release – $5.99 (Limit 2)
-Use $3/1 Tide Stain Release coupon (PG 8/1) AND
-Load $3/1 Tide eCoupon
Final Price = FREE
Freschetta Pizza – $3.99 (Limit 3)
-Use $1/1 Freschetta coupon
Final Price = $2.99
Cookie Crisp, Kix or Reese’s Puffs Cereal – $1.49 (Limit 4)
Kix Cereal – $1.49
-Use $.75/1 Kix cereal coupon
Final Price = $.74
(2) Reese’s Puffs Cereal – $1.49
-Use $1/2 GM Cereals coupon (SS 7/11) AND
-Load $.55/1 Reese’s Cellfire eCoupon
Final Price = $1.43 for 2 or ($.73 each)
*Note: Remember the eCoupon will only come off once so you could buy a Kix or Cookie Crisp instead of the second Reese’s and still get the same price.
Ozarka Water (12pk) – $1.99 (Limit 4)
-Use $1/2 Ozarka coupon
Final Price = $1.49
*Note: Some areas are Arrowhead brand. For that coupon, go HERE.
Wishbone Salad Dressing – $1.19
-Use $1/2 Wishbone coupon (RP 8/1)
Final Price = $.69
There is also a big cereal/granola bar/fruit snack promo this week. Buy 4 participating items and you’ll save $4 instantly at checkout. You must buy 4 items to get the instant saving and you must buy in multiples of 4 with no more than 20 items per transaction. I don’t know what your stock-up price is but for me, I don’t generally pay more than $1 for cereal or granola bars and I only get fruit snacks if they are free. Most of the single item prices are higher than that so I don’t find it too spectacular of a deal but you might.
However, there are one or two scenarios you can do to get quite a few free items. Since they involve using eCoupons, you will only be able to do them once. To see Charlene’s promo list and suggested scenarios, just go HERE. Also, Charlene is in California and there are no doubles there. So you may find even greater savings and money makers once your coupons double.