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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Roundy's Matchups (Copps, PNS, Rainbow)--DOUBLE 10 COUPONS!

This Wednesday, Roundy's stores (Copps, Pick 'n Save, and Rainbow) will double 10 coupons up to $1 per $25 order! If you have never tried double coupon day, this is an easy week to get started because with 10 coupons to double per transaction, it will be easier to hit the $25 threshold.  There are several deals this week, so here are some printable coupon matches to help you make your list. Check your coupon stash to see if you can find more matches. For printing tips, click here. Any questions?  Feel free to email me or leave a comment!
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Buy 6 boxes of General Mills cereal, get $10 off and catalina for free milk and eggs (up to $5.25)
Various coupons here, here, and here
*Usually prices are around $3.50 per box.  After $10 discount, doubled coupons and catalinas, I strive for less than $1 per box to call this a good deal (and usually it is!)
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Johnsonville Brats or Italian Sausage $6.99 with in-ad store coupon, limit 1
$0.55/1 here
$5.89 ADC (cheaper than Roundy's brand)

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Chips Ahoy Cookies $1.97 with in-ad coupon, limit 1
$1/2 Facebook coupon (2nd cookies will be $2.59)
$2.56/2 or $1.28 each ADC
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Kraft 100 Calorie Packs, $2.50
$1/1 here (not reset, so only if you haven't printed it already)
$0.50 ADC
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Bob Evans Sausage $3
$0.35/1 here
$2.30 ADC
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Barber Chicken $3.50
$1/1 here
$1.50 ADC
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$0.50/ea: Yoplait Original or Whips! Yogurt
$0.50/6 here
$0.33 each ADC
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$2/ea: Pillsbury Cookie Dough
$1/2 here
$1 each ADC
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$2/ea: Yoplait 32 oz. yogurt
$0.55/1 here and here
$0.90 ADC
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$2/ea: Yoplait Trix or For Kids yogurt
$0.80/2 or $0.40/1 here and here
$1.60 each ADC
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$2.50/ea: International Delight
$0.55/1 here
$1.40 ADC
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$2.99/ea: Smart Balance Milk
$1/1 Smart Balance milk product here
$0.99 ADC
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$2.79/ea: Nature Valley and Fiber One Granola bars
$0.40/1 here and here and here
$1.99 ADC
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$2.79/ea: Cascadian Farms Cereal or Granola Bars
$1/1 here
$0.79 ADC
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$1.79 Muir Glen Tomatoes or Tomato Sauce (Soup $2.50, others $2.79)
$1/1 here
FREE ADC!
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$2.19/ea: Del Monte Fruit Cups or Chillers
$1/1 here (I was able to print off several copies of these, so not sure if there is a print limit!)
$0.19 ADC
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$1/ea: Chef Boyardee or Manwich
$1.50/4 here
$2.50/4 or $0.63 each
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$2/ea: Orville Redenbacher popcorn
$1.50/4 here
$1.63 each
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$2/ea: Birds Eye Freshlike Vegetables
$1/3 here
$4/3 or $1.33 each ADC
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$2/ea: On-Cor Family Size Meals
$0.75/2 here
$1.25 each ADC
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$3.50/ea: Dial Body Wash
$1.50/2 Dial for Men 
$2.75 each
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$3.19/ea: Purex Laundry Detergent
$0.35/1 here
$2.49 ADC
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$5.99/ea: Cottonelle 12 roll
$0.50/1 here
$4.99 each ADC
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6 comments:

Claire said...

My Rainbow store has started checking each coupon for "DND" and manually entering them so that they don't double. Is your store doing this as well? It was a real disappointment on my shopping trip today :(

Jessica-MomForHim said...

I had read comments from people about that, but haven't had it happen at my store yet. But I also haven't been there yet today--so I guess we'll see! It certainly will put a hamper on things, though!

Andrea said...

I haven't seen that here at my Pick N Save yet....but I understand why if they DO do that. It will really limit the coupons that *do* double though - I see more that say DND than those that don't!

Overall, I was a major coupon ninja tonight. I screwed up my first order pretty massively (it helps to, uh, hand over the coupons. Duh.)but customer service was so nice, and just gave me my money back. Overall, I spent $70. I thought I spent less, but I think I had a math error. No biggie though - next week's going to rock the house in terms of free or near free items. I'm excited about the Fresh Express Salad being 2 for $4 - there's a $1 off coupon floating around out there. Sometimes, I love being a week behind you all! :)

Jessica-MomForHim said...

Andrea-
At first I was wondering how you were getting a sneak peek at next week--until you mentioned you are a week behind us! Duh! That would be nice--gives more time to scope out the deals! So does that mean you have your 10 coupon week next week?

I meant to only do 2 transactions tonight (thinking I could double 20 coupons, which is pretty normal for me), but I ended up doing 4 transactions and doubling like 38 coupons! Craziness! Usually when they have the double doubles the sales aren't as good or I don't have any good coupons in my stash, but this week I apparently had PLENTY! I stayed under budget at Roundy's, but went over my weekly budget because of a trip to Aldi. When am I going to learn to go to other stores AFTER my double coupon shopping day??

Andrea said...

Jessica - okay, I DID have a math error. I really only spent $52 this week - and mainly on TP, laundry stuff I needed for the stockpile, etc. Our double doubles are always the same week as yours - sometimes you just get the better ad. It sounds so pathetic, but I really look forward to Sunday morning for a few reasons: no running around at all (we do Mass on Saturday night), nice, lazy breakfast with my son and husband (because the baby's a nursling and doesn't care beyond getting a belly full of milk and snuggles), and the new Pick N Save ad for the North region being released. Same goes for Wednesday when we actually GET that ad. Sad and pathetic, but I love me some free/cheap groceries!

I need to start cherrypicking now - we're SO stocked, it isn't funny. And I'm very grateful that the Lord blessed me with a couponing talent: I'm teaching a few friends how and they're amazed at how much they save!

You mentioned homemade yogurt in your other post - which recipe/method do you use? I've tried twice now, and it just doesn't work quite right ever.

Jessica-MomForHim said...

I linked to my homemade yogurt post when I mentioned it in the other post, but you can also find it by looking under "crockpot" or "recipes". I use a pot and my crockpot, milk and plain yogurt. That's it! When it is ready to be served, I mix in honey, so M calls it "honey yogurt", even when it is plain. So yummy!

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