Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Shopper's Food Warehouse April Double/Triple Coupon Matchups, 04/16-04/22

Gina (and an email tipster Sheryl) recently told us that her Shopper's Food Warehouse ad is advertising a doubling and tripling coupons round for this weekend. Thanks, ladies! Wow, that came fast after double-only coupons at Shopper's just two weeks ago! Woe is me - my Shopper's ad has no mention at all of double or triple coupons - so I may be tempted to trek to a participating store if the deals prove good enough.

Since this is a selective participation thing, let's start with this list of participating stores. Since the new Shopper's ad does not get posted until tomorrow morning, feel free to comment to let us know if your ad does or does not mention this special, so we can edit this post's below list of locations that are or are not participating.

Participating Stores:

Virginia:
Burke
Fairfax
Chantilly
Manassas
Sterling
Herndon
Leesburg
Gainesville
Centreville

Maryland:
Aspen Hill
Germantown
White Flint

We will start matchups with the ad here, assuming that even the nonparticipating ad's sale prices are the same. If you find a great deal, post a comment and we will add it to the growing list! Be sure to check back at this post to see what deals have been added over time.



Coupons up to $0.50 in value triple, while coupons $0.51-$1.00 double - unlimited coupons. This deal is good starting tomorrow, Thursday 04/16, through next Wednesday, 04/22.


Shopper's Food Warehouse
April Double/Triple Coupon Matchups Shopping List

Starting with notable deals from the 04/30-05/06 ad - to be added over time, so check back in this post!

L'Oreal Vive Shampoo or Conditioner, $2.99 - but $0.99 after $1 coupon from 01/04 and 04/26 RP inserts.

Stella Parmesan Cheese, $4.49. Use the $0.55/1 coupon printable here (page 2) to make it $3.39. Nice!

Here are items matched with the prices from the 04/16-04/22 ad, some of which still apply.
(Printables offered at your own risk; see link for Shopper's Food Warehouse printable coupon discussion.)

Aquafina 24-packs are $3.99. Use the Buy 2, Get 1 Free coupon from a recent Sunday Supplement (exp. 04/30) to get three for $7.98, or $2.83/24-pack.

Johnsonville sausage and brats, all varieties, are 2/$6. Use the $1/2 from the 04/05 SS to get them for $2 each.

Kraft Mayo, 2/$6. A recent Sunday insert had a $1/2 coupon (exp. 04/30) - which would make these $2 each.

Cottonelle 12-packs are $6.49, and the $1/1 coupon from the 03/15 SS would make it $4.49, less than $0.40/ultra double roll.

Healthy Ones Lunch Meats are 2/$6. Use the $0.75/1 from the 02/01 SS to make them $1.50 each.

Utz Potato Chips are 2/$5. There was a $0.75/1 Utz Snacks Back 8 oz. + in the 01/11 SS which might apply, which would make these $1/bag.

McCormick Taco Seasoning Mixes are 4/$2. If the $1/1 Seasoning Blend, Spice, Herb, Extract or Food Color coupon from the 03/15 RP applies, these could be FREE or maybe even overage. Other coupons that might snag it free: 01/18 RP $0.25/1.

Duke's Mayonnaise is 2/$5. There was a $0.60/1 in a Sunday insert for any Duke's product (exp. 04/30) - which would make it $1.30/each.

Scott Tissue Toilet Paper 12-packs are $7.49. There was a recent Sunday insert coupon for $1/1, which would make it $5.49, or less than $0.50/roll.

Mueller's Pasta is 10/$10. There was a $0.55/2 Sunday insert coupon (exp. 05/31) which would make this pasta $0.45/box.

Smart Balance Butter Spreads are 2/$5. There were $1/2 coupons in the 02/01 and 04/05 RP inserts, which would make these $1.50/each.

New York Pizzeria Dip'N Sticks are 2/$6. The 03/01 RP had a $0.75/1, making it $1.50/box.

Turkey Hill is 2/$7. There was a $1/1 coupon in the 02/22 RP for light recipe or fro-yo, which makes it $1.50/each.

On-Cor Lasagna or BBQ Rib Patties are 2/$7. There was a $0.30/1 coupon in the 01/25 and the 03/01 RPs, which triples to make these $2.60/each.

Birds Eye frozen Steamfresh Broccoli and Cauliflower blends are 2/$4. Use the $1/3 coupon from the 03/01 Red Plum insert to make them $1.33 each.

Tribe Hummus is 2/$4. Use this printable $0.55/1 to make it $1.10/each.

Carefree Pantyliners are 2/$6. Use this $0.50/1 printable (must register) to triple, making them $1.50/each.

Scope mouthwash is $1.99 - there is a $1/1 in the 4/5 P&G = FREE

Fructis Family Size Shampoo or Conditioner, $4.79, and the $1/1 coupon from the 01/04 RP would make it $2.79/bottle.

There is an in-ad coupon for a free gallon of milk at checkout when you buy any four participating Kellogg's cereals with coupon.

Participating cereals (printables offered at your own risk)
:

Frosted Flakes Gold, 16.9 oz., 2/$6 - get a printable coupon $1/2 Frosted Flakes, for $2/box
Cocoa Krispies ChocoNilla, 18 oz.
Keebler Cookie Crunch Cereal, 10.5 oz.
Apple Jacks, 12.2 oz.
Froot Loops, 12.2 oz.
Frosted Flakes, 14 oz., 2/$6 - get a printable coupon $1/2 Frosted Flakes
Rice Krispies, 12 oz.
Jumbo Krispies, 11.2 oz.
Corn Pops, 12.5 oz.
Raisin Bran, 20 oz., 2/$6 - there was a detachable $1/1 coupon on the plastic newspaper bag cover of a Sunday Washington Post in the last couple of weeks, for a $1 box!
Corn Flakes, 18 oz., 2/$6

You get a $5 Catalina when you buy $20 worth of Kimberly-Clark Products, including:

Cottonelle Toilet Paper, regular, 24-pk., and triple roll, 8-pk. Cottonelle Ultra Toilet Paper and Cottonelle Aloe & E Toilet Paper Double Roll, 12-pack., Kleenex Facial Tissue, 75-200 ct., Scott 1000 Tissue, 12-pk., Scott Extra Soft Tissue, 8- and 12-pks., Scott Towels, Long Lasting Roll, 4-pk., Viva Towels, Regular Roll and Choose-a-Size, 6-pk. and Regular Roll, 8-pk.

Best matchup deal here we've seen so far?
Cottonelle 12-packs are $6.49, and the $1/1 coupon from the 03/15 SS would make it $4.49, less than $0.40/ultra double roll.

Buy 3 x Cottonelle Ultra Toilet Paper 12-packs, $19.47
Buy 1 Kleenex box to get it over $20

Subtract $6 for 3 doubled Cottonelle coupons.
Subtract $5 for Catalina.
Net ~$9 for 36 rolls of toilet paper, or $0.25/roll - and a box of Kleenex for a bonus!

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Some choice additional deals from last doubling session's matchups list two weeks ago:

Bounty paper towels single roll were 10/$10 last time - the $1/1 in the 4/5 P&G, doubled makes them very cheap or free, if the price still applies.

No Nonsense socks free with last weekend's $1/1 doubled (they have some socks that are $1.99 or $1.79). ** BUT note that you can get No Nonsense pantyhose at WalMart priced at $1 (so FREE), and the pantyhose have a $1 off coupon in the packaging...so...you're probably better off rolling free pantyhose, unless you really, really need socks. Thanks, A Thrifty Mom, for the WalMart tip!

Starkist Seasons bowls are on sale for $1.99 - free after $1/1 Q

Starkist Pouches are $2.09 or $2.19 - doubled $1/1 Q makes them almost free, AND, you can use the B2G1 Free Q to get another one free for every 2 you buy

Success Rice is $2.19 - $0.19 after $1/1 doubled

Quaker Rice Snacks are $1.99, ergo FREE after last weekend's $1/1 doubles


Nature's sweet cherry tomatoes $1.98 ea., use $1/2 for 2 bags less than $2

Air Wick Aqua Essences air freshner spray - $1.49, but after $1/1 = FREE

Lipton Tea Bags (16 ct) - $0.98 each used $1/2 = FREE


This contribution comes from Laura of Blessings in Bargains. Talk about eagle-eyed!

"I also found peelies on some of the Poptarts for $1/1 ... so, since they were priced at $2, they were FREE after coupon..." (emphasis on 'free' and text coloring ours...lol)

Hershey 3.5 oz Bars Dark Chocolate, $1.69, FREE after $1 coupon

GUM Crayola Style kids' toothbrushes 2-packs, $1.50, FREE after $0.75 coupon

Yoplait YoPlus yogurt 4 pack $2 - $1 off = FREE

Over the Moon Milk, 1% or Skim, half gallon - $3.49 before $1 03/08 SS coupon, after: $1.49 (compare with regular half gallon of either, $1.99, or $3.49 for a whole gallon of regular milk!)

O-Cello scrub pads, single pack, $1.29, but $0.29 after $1/2 coupon from 03/08 SS doubles

FruitSense drinks (by the juice), 2/$5, just $0.50 each after $1 coupon. Flavors like blueberry pomogranate mangosteen, lime colada, and cranberry raspberry.

Del Monte No Salt Added Diced Tomatoes $1.33 - $1 off 2 = $.66 for 2, $0.33 each

Land O'Lakes eggs are $2.79/doz. There is a $0.50 or a $0.55 coupon from the 02/22 SS that makes them $1.79 or $1.69/doz.

Reader Anna alerted us to some (as Posh would say): may-jah steals. Thanks so much, Anna, for the heads-up!

Oikos Greek-style yogurt 5.3 oz. cups, $2 - $1 coupon in Sunday 4/4's paper insert=FREE

Daisy Sour Cream 8 oz. 3/$4 - .60 coupon from Sunday 4/4 insert = 0.13

Thai Kitchen Instant Rice Noodle Soup from $.89 to .95 - .50 coupon from insert several weeks ago = FREE

and Johnsonville breakfast sausage patties were just .79 with Sunday 4/5's coupon.

And finally, from reader Amber (thanks, Amber!):

I haven't seen anyone mention Bumblebee. They didn't actually *have* the things in my store, but a Bumblebee coupon (an old one - maybe early February - I'm sorry I don't remember) has "Prime Filets" $1/1. They were priced at $2 at my store, which would have made them free, had they been in stock.


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Adapted from reader Lisa's comments (Thanks, Lisa!):

Melita coffee filters, $1 off 03/01 SS. (Most coffee filters at my store about $1.69 to $1.89.), so, FREE.


Barilla Piccolini, $0.50 off 03/29 SS, 3 for $4 ($1.33), so, FREE.

Dole, $1 off 3 cans; small cans of pineapple $0.80 each, so, after coupon, doubled, $0.40 for three -- still printing Catalinas for $0.75 off your next order for each 4 cans purchased. So, purchase 12 cans, use four $1 off coupons, pay $1.60, get Catalinas back for $2.25 off -- this may be the last day for these Catalinas to print. I got this information from a sign posted at Giant. The Catalinas print at both stores.

Betty Crocker frosting, $1.59, $0.50 off coupon in 4-5 Smart Source, so, $0.09 after coupon triples.



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From reader frugalfriends:

(1) Huggies Cucumber & Green Tea Lotion (15 FL OZ) was discounted down to $1.49 in the baby/diapers aisle and I had a Huggies $1 off printable coupon that doubled so this item was FREE!

(2) Maple Grove Farms of Vermont salad dressings were in the "quickly reduced" section and the "Balsamic Vinaigrette w/ Pure Maple Syrup" and "Fat Free Poppyseed Dressing" both 8 oz. were reduced down to $1.09. I found 3 that had large peelies on the front "Get $1 off when you buy 2" so I bought 6 and used 3 of my $1/2 coupons which doubled, and that brought the final price down to $0.09 each!

(3) Turkey Hill Dynamic Duos ice cream, 1.5 qt. is on sale 2/$6 and I had a coupon from a Red Plum insert (unsure of date) for $1 off one, so after double coupons this was only $1!

I also noticed that there were some Karo Syrup products (Karo Brown Sugar) in the "quickly reduced" section but didn't see a price, so I'm going to go back tomorrow and see what the price was and if I should use my $0.40 coupon from a Red Plum insert (expires 4/30/09) which would triple up to $1.20 off the total (so this could be free or at least really cheap!).

I also noticed a KY product in the "quickly reduced" section that I think was $8-$9 (because the package/box had been beaten up a little but was unopened) and I have a $5 off Red Plum coupon that I might use on that (expires 6/30/09).

AND, from Laura of frugalfriends: Capri Suns are $2/pack, FREE after this weekend's $1 coupon! Woohoo!

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Reader Holly asked: I noticed that the Kimberly-Clark promotion Spend $20 get $5 isn't in the triple coupon/double coupon promotion store ads only in the store ads that don't offer the triple coupon promotion. Does it still work at those stores?

For example: Manassas is offering the triple coupons and Lorton isn't but Lorton ad is offering the Kimberly-Clark promotion.

Our answer: we're not sure, ourselves. The matchup list was originally typed up on the assumption that besides the missing doubles/triples offer, the ad would be the same. Has anybody pulled off the KC deal in a doubling/tripling store? Let us know by leaving a comment!

Another note from Holly: Cottonelle is 2/$12 (cheaper) at Manassas and with the double coupon it will come out to $4!

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Reader Boo32 had some good finds (Thanks!):
Cacao Reserve by Hershey's Bar is $2.19 use coupon for $1/1 doubled=chocolate bar for $0.19
Ortega Taco Seasoning Mix is $0.89, buy 2 use coupon for $0.75/2 doubled = 2 mixes for $0.28 or $0.14 each.
Bagelfuls are $2.19, use coupon for $1/1, doubled=box of Bagelfulls for $0.19
Reynolds Baking Cups $0.89, use $0.25 coupon tripled = Baking cups for $0.14
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Reader Ashley said:
Be sure to check out the health and beauty aisles for mark downs! I found Band-Aids for $1.49, free after $1 coupon! Also, certain Gillette and Degree deodorant were marked down to $1.84 and $2.19, also free after $1 coupon. Finally, Crest is marked down to $2, so more free toothpaste!
Thanks, Ashley!

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11 comments:

Anna said...

White Flint, MD, is doing it.

LisaBulloss said...

Check your inserts for these coupons, too.
Melita coffee filters, $1 off S3-1. (Most coffee filters at my store about $1.69 to $1.89.), so, free.
Barilla Piccolini,$.50 off S3-29, 3 for $4 ($1.33), so, free.
Dole, $1 off 3 cans; small cans of pineapple $.80 each, so, after coupon, doubled, $.40 for three -- still printing catalinas for $.75 off your next order for each 4 cans purchased. So, purchase 12 cans, use four $1 off coupons, pay $1.60, get catalinas back for $2.25 off -- this may be the last day for these catalinas to print. I got this information from a sign posted at Giant. The catalinas print at both stores.
Happy Shopping!
Betty Crocker frosting, $1.59, $.50 off coupon in 4-5 Smart Source, so, $.09 after coupon triples.

Boo32 said...

Germantown,MD is participating

Charlotte's Momma said...

I got my Shoppers ad in the mail today and it didn't say anything about the double coupons - ugh! I'm in Fairfax and usually shop at the Chantilly store. Anyone know if any other NoVA stores are participating?

frugalfriends said...

Hi R.U. Girls!
I wanted to let you know about a few more coupon match-ups I found during my Shoppers triple/double coupon trip yesterday.

(1) Huggies Cucumber & Green Tea Lotion (15 FL OZ) was discounted down to $1.49 in the baby/diapers aisle and I had a Huggies $1 off printable coupon that doubled so this item was FREE!
(2) Maple Grove Farms of Vermont salad dressings were in the "quickly reduced" section and the "Balsamic Vinaigrette w/ Pure Maple Syrup" and "Fat Free Poppyseed Dressing" both 8 oz. were reduced down to $1.09. I found 3 that had large peelies on the front "Get $1 off when you buy 2" so I bought 6 and used 3 of my $1/2 coupons which doubled, and that brought the final price down to $0.09 each!
(3) Turkey Hill Dynamic Duos ice cream, 1.5 qt. is on sale 2/$6 and I had a coupon from a Red Plum insert (unsure of date) for $1 off one, so after double coupons this was only $1!

I also noticed that there were some Karo Syrup products (Karo Brown Sugar) in the "quickly reduced" section but didn't see a price, so I'm going to go back tomorrow and see what the price was and if I should use my $0.40 coupon from a Red Plum insert (expires 4/30/09) which would triple up to $1.20 off the total (so this could be free or at least really cheap!). I also noticed a KY product in the "quickly reduced" section that I think was $8-$9 (because the package/box had been beaten up a little but was unopened) and I have a $5 off Red Plum coupon that I might use on that (expires 6/30/09).
I'll let you know if I find any more deals! Thanks so much for your wonderful blog for us frugal Northern VA/DC Metro folks!
Laura

Holly said...

I noticed that the Kimberly-Clark promotion Spend $20 get $5 isn't in the triple coupon/double coupon promotion store ads only in the store ads that don't offer the triple coupon promotion. Does it still work at those stores?

For example: Manassas is offering the triple coupons and Lorton isn't but Lorton ad is offering the Kimberly-Clark promotion.

Another note: Cottonelle is 2/$12 (cheaper) at Manassas and with the double coupon it will come out to $4!

Redemption Unlimited Girls said...

Thanks for writing in with your tips and finds, ladies! We love hearing about your successes.

Charlotte - my ad has these locations listed as participating in the double/trip coupons promotion:
Burke, Fairfax, Chantilly, Manassas, Sterling, Herndon, Leesburg, Gainesville, & Centrevilla, VA.

Hope that helps!

Boo32 said...

A couple of great finds on my trip:
Cacao Reserve by Hershey's Bar is $2.19 use coupon for $1/1 doubled=chocolate bar for .19
Ortega Taco Seasoning Mix is .89, buy 2 use coupon for .75/2 doubled=2 mixes for .28 or .14 each.
Bagelfulls are 2.19, use coupon for $1/1, doubled=box of Bagelfulls for .19
Reynolds Baking Cups .89, use .25 coupon tripled=Baking cups for .14

The softsoap coupon is expired.

frugalfriends said...

I found another great deal! Use your $1 off coupon for any one Capri Sun Sunrise Product that just arrived in the SmartSource 4/19/09. The 10-packs are on sale at my Shoppers (in Manassas) for $2 each. Combine with double coupons and you get this FREE (plus tax)!
Happy shopping everyone!
Laura

Ashley said...

Be sure to check out the health and beauty aisles for mark downs! I found Band-Aids for $1.49, free after $1 coupon! Also, certain Gillette and Degree deodorant were marked down to $1.84 and $2.19, also free after $1 coupon. Finally, Crest is marked down to $2, so more free toothpaste!

Shelly said...

I believe the location tech they use is simply an ultrasonic beacon located over the door and others inside at different departments.Suppose we need to take one SpiritHalloween coupon just we need to logon to coupongrove They probably chirp at some set of frequencies inaudible to the human ear every second or so. Not much good for directing you to products or out the door in an emergency but sufficient (although not likely patentable) for their application. And any phone with a sensitive enough microphone is likely all the HW you need along with their app.Thankyou...