Friday, July 25, 2014

Today is $10 off $50 Purchase at Shop 'n Save



Shop 'n Save Coupon Match-Ups:  July 23 -29, 2014

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$10 off $50 purchase, Friday - July 25th 
  • If you are outside the St Louis Market area, check your local ad for date of your $10 off $50 promotion
  • Limit one per family per visit
  • No coupon necessary 
  • $10 will automatically be deducted from your total when you spend $50 before coupons, but after Instant Saving.

:: Cash in Your Quarters ::
Prairie Farms Low Fat or Fat Free Yogurt Cups (6 oz) - $0.25
B2G1 Prairie Farms Yogurt Cups Coupon
= $0.17 each wyb 3 after coupon 

El Monterey Single Serve Burritos (4 - 5.5 oz) - $0.75
$0.50/2 El Monterey Single Serve Signature Burritos Coupon
= $0.50 each wyb 2 after coupo

$0.50 each
  • Buddig Thin Sliced Lunchmeat (2 oz)
  • Essential Everyday Facial Tissue Cubes (66 - 86 ct)
  • Essential Everyday Instant Mashed Potatoes (3- 8 oz)
  • Essential Everyday Mushroom Pieces & Stems (4 oz)
  • Essential Everyday Tomatoes (10 - 14.5 oz)
  • Essential Everyday Vegetables (11- 15.25 oz)
  • JJ' Fruit Pies (4 oz)
  • Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix (8.5 oz)
  • Hershey's Candy Bars (1.4 - 2 oz)
  • Shopper's Value Bathroom Tissue (4 ct)
$0.75 each
  • Essential Everyday Pineapple or Pears (15 - 20 oz)
  • Essential Everyday Sandwich Bread (20 oz)
  • Flav-R-Pac Classic Veggies (16 oz)
  • Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (7.25 oz)
  • Sprite, Fanta, Pibb, Barq's, Mello Yellow, Minute Maid, Seagrams, or Fuze Tea (2 liters)
  • StarKist Chunk Light Tuna (5 oz) 
  • Velveeta Cups (1.8 - 2.39 oz)


:: Coupon Match Up::

Colgate Kid or Adult Toothpaste (4.6 oz) - $1.00
$0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste (expires 7/26)
= $0.50 after coupon 

Essential Everyday Pickle Relish (10 oz) -$1.00
$0.50/1 Essential Pickles Coupon
= $0.50 after coupon 

Essential Everyday Ketchup (24 oz) - $1.00
$1/3 Essential Everyday Condiments Coupon
= $0.67 each wyb 3 after coupon 

Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice or Ready Rice (6.2 - 8.8 oz) - $1.67
$1/4 Uncle Ben's Coupon 
$1/4 Uncle Ben's Rice Product - 6/15/14 RP
= $1.42 each wyb 4 after coupon 

Smucker's Grape Jelly - $2.00
-- Jar (32 oz)
-- Squeeze (20 oz)
$1/2 Smucker's Jam, Jelly, Preserves or Fruit Spread - 6/29/14 RP
= $1.50 each wyb 2 after coupon 

Crystal Light (10 - 12 qt) -$2.50
$1/1 Crystal Light Coupon
= $1.50 after coupon 

Dixie Ultra Plates (18 - 26 ct) - $2.00
$1/2 Dixie or Dixie Ultra Coupon 
= $1.50 each wyb 2 after coupon 

Twizzlers (12 - 16 oz) - $2.00
$1/3 Twizzlers - 6/22/14 SS
= $1.67 each wyb 3 after coupon 

Welch's Juice (46 - 64 oz) - $2.50
-- Select varieties - Farmers' Choice & 100% Juice pictured in-ad
$0.75/1 Welch's Farmer's Pick Juice - 7/13/14 RP
$1/2 Welch's Chillers, Essentials or Light Juice - 5/4/14 RP
= $1.75 to $2.00 each after coupon 

Sargento Deli Style Slices (6.6 - 8 oz) - $2.50
$0.55/1 Sargento Natural Cheese Slices Coupon
= $1.95 after coupon 

Minute Maid Pure Squeezed Orange Juice (59 oz) - $2.50
$1/2 Minute Maid Product - 7/13/14 RP
= $2.00 each wyb 2 after coupon 

Keebler Cookies (10 - 15 oz) - $2.50
$1/2 Keebler Smores Sandwich Cookies or Simple Made Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies Coupon
= $2.00 each wyb 2 after coupon 

Prairie Farms Ice Cream (64 oz) - $2.50
$0.40/1 Prairie Farms Ice Cream Square Coupon 
$0.40/1 Prairie Farms Ice Cream - 6/22/14 SS
= $2.10 after coupon 

Kellogg's Cereal (11.5 - 24 oz) - $3.00
-- Select varieties
$0.70/1 Rice Krispies Multi-Grain Shapes Coupon
$0.70/1 Rice Krispies Mult-Grain Shapes - 7/13/14 SS
$0.70/1 S'mores Cereal - 7/13/14 RP
$0.70/1 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Chocolatey Almond - 7/13/14 RP
$0.70/1 Jif Peanut Butter Cereal - 7/13/14 RP
$0.70/1 Special K Chocolate Almond - 7/13/14 RP
$0.70/1 Frosted Mini Wheats Touch of Fruit in the Middle - 7/13/14 RP
$0.50/1 Frosted Mini Wheats Coupon
$0.50/1 Froot Loops Coupon
$1/2 Frosted Flakes Coupon
$1/2 Raisin Bran Coupon
$1/2 Rice Krispies Coupon
$0.50/1 Jif Cereal Coupon
= $2.30 to $2.50 each after coupon - depending on which varieties are on sale

Johnsonville Fully Cooked Sausage (12 - 14 oz) - $3.49
$1/1 Johnsonville Sausage Coupon
$1/2 Johnsonville Sausage = 6/1/14 SS
= $2.49 to $2.99 each after coupon 

John Morrell Bacon (12 oz) - $3.99
$2/3 John Morrell Bacon Coupon 
$2/3 John Morrell Bacon Coupon (Facebook - when you share)
$1/2 John Morrell Bacon Coupon 
$1/2 John Morrell Bacon Coupon (Facebook)
= $3.33 to $3.49 each after coupon 

Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal Cat Litter (14 - 20 lb) -$6.99
$3/1 Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal Cat Litter Coupon
$2/1 Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal Cat Litter, 19 lb. + - 6/1/14 SS
$1/1 Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal Cat Litter - 6/1/14 SS
= $3.99 to $5.99 after coupon 

Sparkle Paper Towels - $5.99
-- Regular Rolls (8 ct)
-- Big Rolls (6 ct)
$1/1 Sparkle Paper Towels Coupon
= $4.99 after coupon 

Angel Soft Bathroom Tissue - $5.99
-- Regular Rolls (24 ct)
-- Double Rolls (12 ct)
-- Triple Rolls (8 ct)
$0.55/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue Coupon (Facebook)
= $5.44 after coupon 

Cat Chow (6.3 lb) - $7.99
$1/1 Cat Chow - 6/8/14 SS
$1/1 Cat Chow - 4/27/14 SS (expires 7/27)
= $6.99 after coupon 

Luvs Diapers (big pack, sizes 3-5 ct) - $16.99
$0.50/1 Luvs Diapers Coupon
= $15.49 after coupon 


:: No Coupon Necessary ::

Essential Everyday Tomato Sauce (8 oz) - $0.33

Crayola Crayons (24 ct) - $0.50
1-Subject Notebook (70 sheets) - $0.50

Essential Everyday Chips or Snacks (8-12 oz) -$1.00
Jack's Pizza - $2.50


:: Meat & Produce ::

Whole Fryers - $0.99 lb.
Farmland Bologna (12 oz) - $1.00
75% Lean Ground Beef (value pack) - $2.49 lb.

Idaho Russet Baking Potatoes - $0.49 lb.
Farm Stand Baby Cut Carrots (16 oz) - $0.99
Farm Stand Radishes (16 oz) - $0.99
Southern Grown Peaches - $0.99 lb.

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14 comments:

  1. Had a bad experience at SNS on Monday! Went to buy some Lloyd's that are on sale, not in ad, for $1. Matched with the $1 coupons, that makes them free! whoo! Usually I do self check out as it seems easier to use coupons even with the cashier having to come over and approve them, but they weren't open yet. The cashier told me that they could not accept the $1 coupons because they would make the Lloyds free, they would only redeem them for .50. I calmly stated that was not what their coupon policy stated. She still refused, so I told her I did not want the items. I went out to my car, pulled up the coupon policy, and went to customer service. The woman there called over the manager who questioned me for about 5 minutes before finally letting me use the coupons "where do you get these" "what you're just going to keep copying them and we're just going to be giving away product" "why is this one in color and this one isn't". I calmly explained coupons.com, the print limit, the copying a coupon is fraud, and that my phone prints in color but my computer lets me do black and white. I referred to their coupon policy multiple times. In the end, I got the product, but I am not sure shopping there is worth feeling like a criminal!!

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    1. I'm sorry to hear of your trouble trying to use coupons. Good for you for standing your ground and pulling out the coupon policy.

      If I were you, I would post this comment on their Facebook page and mention which store you shopped at.

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    2. Which store did you shop? I would also call Corp talk to Val.

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    3. I am very sorry to hear that you have had such difficulties. I hope that it gets rectified soon.

      On a side note, What phone do you have? I am in the market for a new phone, and I would love to have one that I could print coupons from!

      TIA!

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    4. All three of mu kids have iPhones and can print from them.

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    5. Why do stores always say they're giving away product if it's a manufacturer's coupon? They get the money back plus postage/processing. A store coupon is clearly a different matter, and I understand the stores are worried about accepting a possible fraudulent internet coupon they won't be compensated for. But from the comments I've seen and heard from store management, there seems to be a widespread lack of education and/or common sense about coupon usage.

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  2. I had this happen to me when the mac and cheese would be free with a cpn. I emailed corp and got a very nice response back. They also asked for the store because they were going to call and make sure they understood SNS cpn policies. I hope this wasn't the same store as the one I went to. It would be very disappointing! Which store was it?

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  3. I know this is really limiting my savings, but i am scared to use internet coupons. Too many instances of being made to feel like a cheat! At some point I'm sure I'll give in, but for now I'll stick to my insert q's. I stopped shopping at wal-greens because it was such a hassle. No two stores followed the same policies. (CVS was always very nice wherever i went.)

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  4. Essential Everyday Chicken Noodle and Tomato Soup are 20 for $10, so 50 cents each. Not sure why they didn't put it with the quarters deal....

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  5. Hi all, wow thanks for the responses!! It was at the store on Lemay across from Aldi. I have used coupons there a ton of times at that location and had no problem at all. I have an iphone and an ipad and print from both of those, but they do print in color from my printer (that might be user error, ha). I've been pretty lucky that I have never had to deal with this sort of situation until now. Yes I agree there is for sure a lack of education on coupons. I let them know that they get money back, that there is a website they can go to so they can check to see if mine were frauds.... they were just focused on the fact that I was getting something for free. I mean really, if the item was priced at $1.01 and I used a $1 off coupon would that be ok using their incorrect logic?? Thanks for the support fellow couponers ;) -Samantha

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  6. Stacy - For some reason I don't see your comment showing up in this post - but there is not mention of the 50% "rule" in their most current policy

    http://www.shopnsave.com/content/dam/B2C/enterprisebannerwebsites/Shop%20n%20Save/Coupon%20Policy%209-18-13.pdf

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  7. SNS used to be my favorite grocery store to shop at but I'm about done with them. I went early this morning with my small child and I only had 2 IPs and some other coupons, a few of which were instant off winetags. It probably took me just as long to check out as it did to shop. The cashier even had to go check with CS that the produce winetag could be used on a bag a salad. Funny thing is, I no questions were asked about the IPs (which were for baby food). It's truly sad when they question coupons that clearly state manuf. coupon and and not IPs. It will take a really good sale for me to shop at SNS again, it's just not worth my time and effort when Schnucks and Dierbergs can figure out that salad is produce without having to ask their CS desk. Sorry for the rant!

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    1. Don't be sorry about a rant. I think we all understand your frustration.

      I'm not so sure the cashiers at other stores are always better. I had a clerk tell me Salcisia was not sausage. I wanted to ask if she was new to town otherwise every St Louisan knows that is what Schnucks calls their Italian sausage.

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  8. The Affton SnS had boneless skinless chicken breast for $2.49/pound and then marked $4 off! I bought the smallest packages I could to have the lowest per pound price. This was a manager special, so may not be at every store.

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