Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Grocery Deals Using Printable Coupons from Goo Goo Buy Buy

I told you to print those Chex Mix coupons!

This week, Chex Mix is on sale buy-one-get-one free (BOGO) at Lowes Foods and Harris Teeter. Print out two copies of the 65 cents off coupon from my printable coupon bar on the right and get two bags of Chex mix for FREE at Lowes Foods and for 29 cents at Harris Teeter! (Both stores should allow you to use two coupons for your BOGO purchase, and the stores will double the coupons.)

Here are some other great grocery coupon deals I've found this week, using the printable coupons available on Goo Goo Buy Buy and Check back tomorrow, and I'll do a rundown of drugstore coupon deals for CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid.

Now, onto the deals:

Tava sparkling beverage four-packs are on sale for 99 cents at Harris Teeter. Print out the $1.50 off coupon on this site and get Tava beverages for FREE! (And you may even make a little money, if the store gives you the full discount for the coupon!)

Cetaphil cream, lotion or cleanser is $8.99 at Harris Teeter, but if you sign up for the company's mailing list through the link on the right, you'll save $1.

Other coupon deals of note this week:

If you clipped the Sargento coupon from the Sunday paper recently, you may want to use it this week. Lowes Foods had Sargento shredded cheese on sale 2 for $4. You should be able to buy just one pack, if you want, at $2 and combine the sale with a 55 cents off coupon from Sargento. The coupon doubles, so you'll pay just 90 cents for Sargento shredded cheese.

Blue Bunny ice cream bars are BOGO at Lowes Foods and Harris Teeter, and there's a $1 off Blue Bunny ice cream coupon available from the manufacturer. This way, you get to have dessert and save money, too.

California Pizza Kitchen pizzas for one are 2 for $5 at Lowes Foods. Combine this deal with a coupon for 75 cents off one pizza for one (clipped from your Sunday newspaper) and get each CPK pizza for $1.

Last week, I told you about some great deals using the printable coupons on Goo Goo Buy Buy.

Just so you know, I do practice what I preach.

I stocked up on creamer for my Coffee using a coupon I printed from Coffee-Mate combined with a killer sale at Walgreens and paid just 50 cents a bottle. I also bought some Little Debbie Muffins at Target, using a coupon I printed from Goo Goo Buy Buy and a store coupon from Target and got the muffins for 25 cents each. Remember, you can stack manufacturers' coupons with store coupons to maximize your grocery savings.

A couple of deals I was hoping to get -- ketchup for 37 cents at Harris Teeter and three boxes of mac-and-cheese plus a packet of American cheese from Kraft for 99 cents -- didn't pan out this week because the store was sold out of some advertised specials. But I asked for rainchecks and will be cashing in on those bargains this week when the stores are hopefully restocked.


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