Cub Foods Shopping List 5/23 – 5/29/10

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Cub Foods shoppers, please pay special attention to the two Buy This, Get That promotions running this week as many of the products overlap with the $10 Kraft Delicious Summer Savings mail-in rebate. There is a fabulous deal idea at the very bottom of this list that requires purchase of just one more low-cost item.

Since Cub Foods’ stores accept manufacturer-issued coupons up to 3 months past their expiration date (and in some cases up to 5 or 6 months past) some of those referenced on this list are expired. If you are new to Pocket Your Dollars, then learn to read this shopping list. If you are having issues, troubleshoot problems printing coupons here.

Remember that this is a starting list of deals for the week. As readers leave comments with bargains they found at their local store, we get emails with deal ideas, or we read about other deals across the blogosphere, we will update this list. Items that are added throughout the week will be noted as NEW. Items whose final price changes as a result of a new or modified coupon scenario will be noted as UPDATED. At least once this week we will send out a reminder to come back and check this list for the hottest new deals.

Your turn: Which Kraft products are you buying to get the money off and/or for submitting to the $10 Kraft rebate?

Produce Deals

Whole Watermelon $3.88
Sale price, no coupon needed
Final price: $3.88

Fresh Sweet Corn – Buy 6, Get 6 Free
Use in-ad coupon to receive sale price
Final price: $0.50 per ear after coupon

Meat Deals

The Buy 1, Get 1 Free chicken breasts are not on here because even after the coupon they are higher than what I like to pay for fresh boneless, skinless chicken breasts.

Hormel Always Tender Boneless Pork Country Style Ribs $1.99/lb
Buy 1 and use $1/1 coupon from 5/2 Smart Source insert or
Buy 2 and use $1/2 from 2/7 Smart Source insert
Final price: As low as $0.99/lb for the first pound and $1.99/lb thereafter

Hormel Always Tender Fresh Pork Bone In Shoulder Blade Steak $1.99/lb
Use $1/1 coupon from 5/2 Smart Source insert
Final price: $0.99/lb for the first pound and $1.99/lb thereafter

Johnsonville Bratwurst or Italian Sausage (19.7-20 oz.) $3.89
Use $1.50/1 coupon from 5/2 Smart Source insert or $0.55/1 Johnsonville printable or $0.55/1 from 1/17 Smart Source insert
Final price: $2.39 after coupon ($1.91 – $1.94/lb after coupon)

No Name Meats $9.99 (Limit 1 package per coupon and 4 coupons per family)
Use in-ad coupon to receive sale price
Final price: $9.99 after coupon ($4.44 – $7.99/lb after coupon)**
**Does anyone know which varieties are which sizes so we can tell if any of these are actually a good deal?

Dairy Case/Refrigerated Deals

Swiss Iced or Green Tea (64 oz.) $0.99
Buy 2 and use $0.55/2 coupon from 5/23 Smart Source insert
Final price: $0.72 each after coupon

Frozen Food Deals

Kraft Cool Whip or Dips (5.5-8 oz.) $1.00
Sale price, no coupon needed (can anyone say Jell-o Poke and Pour cake? Yum!)
Final price: $1.00**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls or Entrees (7-8 oz.) – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Buy 3 and use in-ad coupon to get sale price
Plus, use two of the following coupons:
Breakfast Bowls: Use $0.75/1 coupon from 5/2 Red Plum insert or $1/2 from 4/1 Red Plum insert
D-Lights: Use $0.55/1 or $1/1 coupon from 4/11 Red Plum (if this variety is included in sale) or
Jimmy Dean product: Use $1/1 Jimmy Dean printable (from Facebook)
Final price: As low as $1.00 each after coupons

Kemps Premium Ice Cream (1.5 qt. ctn.) $2.50
Kemps Ice Cream: Use $1/2 coupon from 5/23 Smart Source insert
Kemps Fro-Zing!: Use $1/1 coupon from 4/11 Smart Source insert
Final price: As low as $1.50 each after coupon

Grocery Deals

Gatorade (32 oz) $1.00
Buy 13 and use in-ad coupon to Buy 10, Get 3 Free
Plus, use 13 $0.50/1 Gatorade G2 coupons from 1/10 Smart Source insert (order extra copies from The Coupon Clippers)
Final price: $0.27 each after coupons ($0.77 each if you only use in-ad coupon)

Stride Gum $0.89
Buy 2 and use Buy 1 Stride Gum, Get a Free Stride Shift Gum Free coupon from 5/16 Smart Source insert or
Buy 3 and use Buy 2, Get 1 Free from 3/14 Smart Source insert
Final price: $0.45 each after coupon

French’s Mustard $1.49
Use $1/1 coupon from 4/11 Smart Source insert (if French’s Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce is included in sale) or
Use $0.50/1 coupon from 5/9 or 3/21 or 1/24 Smart Source insert or $0.50/1 French’s printable or a second printable
Final price: As low as $0.49 after coupon

Sobe Life Water $1.00
Use Buy 1, Get 1 Free Sobe Life Water printable
Final price: $0.50 after coupon

Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce (18 oz.) $1.00
Use $1/2 coupon from 5/23 Smart Source insert
Final price: $0.50 after coupon

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (5-pack) $3.69
Buy 1 specially marked package for a free Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters (while supplies last)
Final price: $0.73 per box, plus free Capri Sun**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Lay’s Chips $1.98
Use $1/1 Lay’s Kettle Cooked Chips from June All You Magazine
Final price: $0.98 after coupon

Pillsbury Brownie Mix (19.5 oz.) $1.00
Sale price, no coupon needed
Final price: $1.00

Pepsi 12 packs $1.98 (Limit 4)
Buy 4 selected packs of pop and use $2/4 in-ad coupon
Final price: $1.98 each ($0.17/can) after in-ad coupon

**UPDATE** Tostitos Chips & Salsa $2.50
Buy both Tostitos Chips and Tostitos Salsa and use in-ad coupon for $1 off
Plus, use $0.55/2 from 4/25 Smart Source insert or $1/1 peelies on bags
Final price: As low as $1.50 each after coupons
(Thanks, Bernice!)

Ice Mountain (24-pack) $3.33
Use $1/1 from 3/7 Red Plum insert
Final price: $2.33 after coupon

Health and Beauty Deals

Suave Hair or Body Care $1.69
Deodorant: Buy 2 and use $3/2 Suave deodorant printable for Firefox or printable for Internet Explorer (if 24 hour protection is included) or
Use $1.25/1 Suave deodorant printable for Firefox or printable for Internet Explorer (if 24 Hour Protection is included) or
Use $0.75/1 coupon from 5/23 Red Plum insert or
Use a variety of expired coupons from 12/13 Red Plum, 1/3 Red Plum #1, 1/31 Red Plum, or 3/14 Smart Source insert
Shampoo or Conditioner: Use $0.75/2 or $0.50/1 coupon from 5/23 Red Plum insert
Body Wash: Use $0.50/1 coupon from 5/23 Red Plum insert
Final price: As low as $0.19 each after coupon

Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements – buy one, get one free
Available coupons include:
$8/1 Nature Made GreatMind from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$5/1 Nature Made GreatMind from June All You magazine
$3/1 Nature Made CholestOff
$3/1 Nature Made Same from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$3/1 Nature Made Tripleflex from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$2/1 Nature Made CoQ10 Supplement
$2/1 Nature Made CholestOff from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$2/1 Nature Made CoQ1O from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$2/1 Nature Made Fish Oil from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$2/1 Nature Made Sleep from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$1/1 Nature Made Fish Oil
$1/1 Nature Made Vitamin C
$1/1 Nature Made Vitamin D
$1/1 Nature Made Chewable D from 5/23 Smart Source insert
$1/1 Nature Made Vitamins from 5/23 Smart Source insert
Plus, a reader has said that you can enter codes you find on the Nature Made Vitamin packages at RecycleBank to earn more RecycleBank points
Final price: ?? after coupons**
**These are also on sale this week at CVS and Walgreens for buy one, get one free.

Pet Deals

Milk Bone Essentials Plus Dog Biscuits (24 oz.) $3.00
Use $1.50/1 coupon from 4/11 Red Plum insert or
Use Buy 1, Get 1 Free coupon from 4/11 Red Plum insert or
Use $2/1 Milkbone Essentials Plus printable
Final price: As low as $1.00/box after coupon

Baby Deals

You won’t find the Huggies diaper deal on this list, because even after the current slug of Huggies printable coupons the price is still too high.

Buy any 6 select Kraft products, Get $3 off your current grocery order

**UPDATE**
If you requested the Take It Easy, Make It Easy coupons awhile back, there are some there that match with these sales as well.

Kraft Cool Whip or Dips (5.5-8 oz.) $1.00
Sale price, no coupon needed (can anyone say Jell-o Poke and Pour cake? Yum!)
Final price: $1.00**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Kraft Barbecue Sauce (18 oz.) $1.19

Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip (22-32 oz.) $2.49**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Kraft Pourable Salad Dressings (14-16 oz.) $2.19
Use $0.55/1 coupon from 5/2 Smart Source insert
Final price: $1.64 after coupon**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Nabisco Chips Ahoy! Cookies (10.25-15.25 oz.) $1.88**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

***Deal idea #1***
Buy 6 Kraft Salad Dressing for $1.69 each (after $3 instant discount)
Use six $0.35/1 peelies
Spend $8.04, get $4 and $3 off your next grocery order
Final price: $0.17 each after coupons and money off your next order
(Thanks, Bernice!)

***Deal idea #2***
Buy 2 Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayonnaise
Use $1/2 peelie or two $0.50/1 peelies
Buy 4 Kraft Salad Dressing
Use four $0.35/1 peelies (look for coupons on tearpads for $1/2 or $0.55/1 salad dressing)
Spend $8.34, get $4 and $3 off your next grocery order
Final price: $0.22 each after coupons and money off your next order
(Thanks, Bernice!)

Buy any 5 select products, Get $4 off your next grocery order

If you requested the Take It Easy, Make It Easy coupons awhile back, there are some there that match with these sales as well.

Capri Sun Drink Pouches (10 pk.) $2.29
Use $1/1 coupon from 4/25 Smart Source insert (for Sunrise products) or
If you buy a specially marked package of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 5-pack you will get a coupon for a free Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters
Final price: As low as free after coupon**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Oscar Mayer Cotto Salami or Meat Bologna (16 oz.) $1.50
Buy 2 and use $1/2 coupon from 5/16 Smart Source insert or $1/2 Oscar Mayer printable
Final price: $1.00 each after coupon

Kraft Cheese Singles or Melt Downs (8-12 oz.) $1.99
Use $1/1 Melt Downs coupon from 3/21 or 4/25 Smart Source inserts or $1/1 Kraft Melt Downs printable
Final price: $0.99 after coupon**
**Purchase Kraft Singles on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners (16 oz.) $1.50
Buy 2 and use $1/2 coupon from 5/16 Smart Source insert or $1/2 Oscar Mayer printable
Final price: $1.00 a package after coupon**
**Purchase on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Nabisco Snack Crackers (5.5-10 oz.) $2.00
Buy Wheat Thins and use $1/1 Wheat Thins printable from their Facebook page
Buy 2 and use $1/2 coupon from 5/16 Smart Source insert
Final price: As low as $1.00 after coupon**
**Purchase qualifying brands on 5/23 or later and these also qualify for the $10 Kraft rebate that was mailed to those that requested it through a now expired Facebook promotion.

Kraft Cheese (5-8 oz.) $1.99
Buy 2 and use $1/2 from 1/24 Smart Source insert
Final price: $1.49 each after coupon

Crystal Light, Country Time or Kool-Aid Drink Mixes $2.50
Use $1/1 or $3/3 Crystal Light printable from their Facebook page
Final price: $1.50 each after coupon

Oscar Mayer Sliced Bacon (12-16 oz.) $3.50

Crystal Light Drink Mixes (10-12 qt. pkg.) $3.49
Use $1/1 from 3/21 Smart Source insert or
Use $1/1 or $3/3 Crystal Light printable from their Facebook page
Final price: $2.49 after coupon

***Deal idea***
Buy 5 specially marked packages of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 5-packs
Plus, buy 5 Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters
Use 5 Free Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters coupons found on select Mac & Cheese packages
Spend $18.45, get $4 off your next grocery order
Plus, buy something another qualifying product worth at least $0.10, then submit for your $10 Kraft Delicious Summer Savings rebate
Final price: $4.45 total after coupons, money off next grocery order and rebate (like $0.18 per box of Mac & Cheese and 5 free Capri Suns)

Pocket Your Dollars is part of BeCentsable’s Grocery Gathering, a compilation of shopping lists for stores nationwide. If you want a shopping list for a store not covered by Pocket Your Dollars, then check out the Grocery Gathering.

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About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.

Comments

  1. FYI I saw in Wal Marts flyer that this week corn on the cob is $.19. It may be a better deal if the produce is good. I haven't always had good luck there but it may be worth a shot if you are already going there for something this week.

    • I bought 3 ears last week at 33 cents each and they were excellent

    • Melissa says:

      Target has corn for .25 per ear. I purchased some yesterday and ate it last night and it was pretty yummy for this time of year, especially!

  2. Wow! Its great this list is up already.

    I've been really disappointed in diaper prices lately. I think I'll stick with my Target namebrand for awhile.

  3. Just a comment about the No Name Steaks, Chickens, Porkchops, and Fish…. My family loves the No Names, as they are the easiest to cook correctly and are always tender. $9.99 is a GREAT price for a box of them… yes, still a bit more pricey than buying other steaks, but they are a much better cut and cook so perfectly. Normally No Names run around $19.95 and I won't pay full price, because that is $3-5 per steak, but at $9.99, it cuts the price in half. My husband and I stock up on these all summer… buy 10-20 boxes in a variety of sizes, flavors, and meat types, and then use them all year (yes, we are the Minnesota Nuts who will grill at -10 degrees!). Even though we try to live frugally and watch our spending, we do "splurge" on the No Name brand… but only when they are on super sale in the summer!

    • Kierstien says:

      We are also NO NAME fans in our house, we eat the No Name Salmon like its going out of style :) And I try to stock up when its on a great price like this! Also for those that get the "grill packs" there is usually a $1 off coupon for your next purchase (the last one I got said no expiration on it)

      • Kierstien – We love salmon. Do you have a box at home to know how many ounces of meat comes in it?

        • Like Becca, we splurge on the No Names when they go on sale. They do this about once a month though the summer and are worth every (sale) penny. Carrie, there are 4 salmon steaks in each box, and they're a decent size (6-8 oz?). We love the salmon especially because they're seasoned, individually packaged, and have the pop-out timer. All their boxed meats are individually packaged, so you never have a giant frozen blob.

  4. Bernice says:

    The miracle whip/ mayo and kraft salad dressings also work for the buy 5 get$4 Catalina. Per a post on another site, there is an additional Catalina offer on the salad dressing of buy 4 get $3.

    Buy 2 mayo, 4 dressing

    get $3 off instantly

    receive $4 Catalina

    receive $3 Catalina

    use various coupons from inserts and tear pads. Very low cost or possible money maker. Plus rebate!

  5. The No Name Meats are 20 – 36 oz. packages of Steaks, Chicken Breasts, Salmon Filets, Tilapia Filets or Surf & Turf. $9.99 is about the best they go on sale each year.

  6. Carrie

    The salmon is a 20oz box with 4 servings.

  7. steve johnson says:

    I think this is a very poor ad this week at Cub. I guess they will not get any of my money this week.

  8. Celeste says:

    Hey I have a question about watermelon. I promised my son I would buy him some for his birthday party on June 5th. If I buy a watermelon on May 28th and don't cut into it, will it be fine by his party? Thanks!

    • Celeste, that should be just fine.

    • Flannel Guy says:

      Interesting question…my gut tells me that it should be fine, but then I think of other melons, cantaloupe in particular and remember them going bad rapidly. I'd advise not to chance it…there will be other sales.

    • It should be fine. I would, however, choose a watermelon that's on the unripe side. (This MAY compromise flavor, so if flavor is really important, Aldi often has cheap watermelons that you could buy closer to his birthday.) Look for more distinctive stripes on the melon, and a more solid thump when you tap it—that will let you know that it's not as ripe as other melons. Also, keep turning it every day (so no side gets too soft). I hope this helps.

  9. SarahBeth says:

    If you like to use up your expired coupons with CUB sales here are some expired coupons that may work this week:

    Hormel Always Tender – $1off2 in the 2/7Smartsource

    Johnsonville Brats – 55cents off one in the 1/17SS

    Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls or Entrees – $1off2 in the 4/1Red Plum

    Stride Gum – B2G1 in the 3/14SS

    French's Mustard – 50cents off one yellow in the 1/24SS

    Suave (variety of coupons available) – 12/13RP, 1/3RP#1, or 1/31RP or 3/14SS

    Milk Bone – 3/14 Red Plum

    Crystal Lite – 3/21SS

    Oscar Mayer bacon – 3/21SS

    Oscar Mayer cold cuts – 3/7SS

    Hope that helps someone!

  10. I need clarification. I thought you could use expired wags at Cub since they say manufacturer coupon on them. I was at the New Brighton Cub last Friday and the clerk wouldn't take them. She also asked another "higher up" and she also said no. Is this different than before?

  11. Heather says:

    Target had whole watermelons at the Apple Valley Target on Pilot Knob for $2.88 each. Better price than Cub if they are this cheap everywhere.

  12. celeste watermelon should be fine as long as it is still whole.

  13. I noticed Wheat Thins and Triscuits were on sale 2/$4…each package had a $1/1 peelie, so that would make them $1 each. :)

    • Bernice says:

      Thanks, will have to look at St Anthony, would go nicely with the five get $4 cat ( after cat would be $.20 each) and save the receipt for the rebate too.

      Personally I think it's an awesome week with the kraft Catalina . Sometimes I just don't want to bother with figuring out doubles. I can have a very low oop with rolling the cats and pick up items that I really need… I have a hard time finding real cheese at a good price. No weird 100 cal cubes or the processed melt downs ewwwww.

  14. I bought 2 Miracle Whips and 4 Kraft salad dressings and did not get the additional $4 catalina, but I did get the $3 catalina (because of the salad dressings). I also did the catalina deal on the back and maybe that's why the additional $4 didn't print (because it did for the other deal). Hope that makes sense, but I didn't want anyone to think they for sure would get the $4 catalina with the Miracle Whips and salad dressings. At the BP store, the Miracle Whip jars had $1/2 coupons which was really nice.

  15. coupon shopper says:

    St Louis Park catalina— saw coupons attached to miracle whip/mayo. kraft barbecue sauce and salad dressings! the coupons the catalina deal and instant savings even sweeter.the bbq had 25 cents the salad dressings had 35 cents and the mayo had 50 cents. these were bright yellow peelies attached to the bottles/jars.

    Hey a suggestion for those people who like certain products that cub doesn't carry— like the marcal small steps— great coupons but cub doesn't carry. since cub food takes expired there would be some great $2 expired coupons on a 4 pack of small steps! if enough people write cub foods corporate to request they carry marcal small steps (good for environment, recycled tp)- then maybe cub will start carrying! what a great coupon to use and marcal seems to put these out periodically.

    you can email cub at http://www.cub.com/emailus.jsp and suggest they carry the marcal small steps tp and whatever else you like… or just email them and tell them you love their great sales lately! :)

    what else would you like to see cub foods carry that is something coupons regularly come out on but cub doesn't carry?

  16. christy says:

    i always shop new brighton cub and haven't had any trouble using expired coupons. even with rainbow double days, I still am a cub shopper at heart!

  17. dime time says:

    looked for ice mountain in the 3/7 SS, can't find it.

    the coupon listed for the johnsonville sale is for $1.50 off 3-pound packages, not the 20 oz. packages.

  18. Paulette says:

    Yup the Johnsonville is only off the 3lb package

    Kemps ice cream is $1 off 2 from 5/23 insert so on OK deal but not great.

    • SarahBeth says:

      If you want to use an expired coupon for the Johnsonville Brats I think there is a 55cents off one (any) in the 1/17SS

  19. Celeste says:

    Thanks for all the advice.

  20. I went to cub yesterday and purchased 10 of the buy 5 get 4 dollars of next purchase all in 1 transaction. Only 1 $4 off printed so just an FYI that I believe they need to be done in seperate transactions.

  21. I sent my email suggestion :)

  22. Molly – Yes, you're probably right. I've found that catalina deals (as these are called) usually ring up as buy x (or more), get $x…so if you buy more than the amount, it doesn't count toward a new $ off your next purchase.

  23. I agree that is was a great week at Cub. I haven't been to Rainbow for a few weeks because of the Cub deals. A major change from the last few months for me. I loaded up on $0.20 crackers yesterday. Although I am still not sure how that will work with my Kraft rebate. Tough to say I have $10 in product when I ended up paying $1.

  24. Bernice says:

    There is a double dip running on the Miracle whip/ mayo and salad dressing.

    hmm, guess i already posted that?? LOL.

    I did it today and works great!

    But do make sure to separate the catalina offers or you will sadly not get them all. My sis figured that out the hard way today when she was shorted one $4 cat by mixing 5 wheat thins and the 4 salad dressing/ 2 Mayo.

    Buy 6 dressing@ $1.69 (after the $3 instant), use peelies on products 35/1. Pay $8.04

    Get $4 from the Kraft catalina

    Get $3 from the dressing catalina

    Total oop = $1.04

    Possible less if you have higher value coupons

    OR

    Buy 2 Miracle Whip / Mayo, use $1/2 peelies (or two 50/1 peelies)

    Buy 4 dressing, use 35/1 peelies

    Total after ($3 instantly) $10.74 – coupons = $8.34

    Get $4 Kraft cat

    Get $3 dressing cat

    Total oop after cat = $1.34

    Lots of tear pads and other coupons for $1/2 or 55/1 dressing would knock the price down further.

    The key is 4 of the **salad dressing to get $3

    Total of at least 5 of the Kraft cat items (which includes cheese, hot dogs, bologna/salami, crackers, crystal light, capri sun, * Mayo/ Miracle Whip, **salad dressing) to get $4,

    6 featured items total to qualify for the $3 off instantly (bbq sauce, *mayo/miracle whip, **salad dressing, chips ahoy)

    Thus these scenarios work to generate the $3 and $4 cats:

    4 dressing, 2 mayo

    6 dressing

    5 dressing and 1 bbq sauce

    5 dressing and 1 chips ahoy

    Take note the BBQ sauce and Chips Ahoy will NOT generate any catalina coupons, they are NOT included in the buy 5 get $4 Kraft catalina promo.

    Happy shopping!

  25. Bernice says:

    one more that works..

    5 dressing and 1 mayo/ miracle whip.

  26. Bernice says:

    Tostitos chips and salsa is on sale for 2 for $5, use in ad store coupon for $1 off.

    Look for $1/1 restaurant style chips peelies on bags

    Total for both salsa and chip will be $3 total ( or $3.45 with 55/2 coupon )

  27. Today I got 4 of the Bush's Grillin' Beans that are on sale 3/$5 and used my newly expired coupon for $1/2…total price per can=$1.17. Not the best price, but they are good beans!

  28. Thanks Bernice – Since I know you have a sense of humor, I'll say that I had a momentary flashback to calculus class or something as I read your post. First this, then that. "Pay attention, Carrie, listen up, you CAN follow this." :) Thanks for taking time to detail it out in a very easy-to-follow way. I appreciate it A LOT!

  29. Will cub accept the Target Mt. Dew coupons along with the Cub coupon?

    • Priscilla says:

      No they won't accept them, they are Target coupons. Cub would accept them if they were mfg coupons.

  30. Michele says:

    I used the Cub coupon for Pepsi products at Target last night….no problem!!

  31. Michele says:

    Oops, never mind

  32. I bought 5 Cool Whips at Cub and received a $3 catalina coupon! An unexpected, but happy surprise.

  33. I wonder if the cool whip dips are included in the catalina deal? They are all $1.00 at cub this week!

  34. Thank you so much for putting this breakdown on there. I needed the step by step to make this work. I got(fyi, I have some large events coming up:>):

    12 dressings

    6 mayo

    6 crackers

    5 cool whips

    5 cheese slice pks

    All for 17$ after coupons and cats. WOW!!

  35. Love some of the deals in the new cub booklet mailed out to us. If you printed the bryers ice cream coupons they have a bogo for bryers. Also tuna and I have a coupon that expired a couple of days ago that will make it an even better deal. It is 99 cents a pouch and coupon is $1/2 so it brings it to .50 ea. Be sure to watch your mail box and check out the coupons.

  36. Corinne says:

    Cub has a special offer that is not advertised for the weekend on fresh bing cherries @ $2.98/lb….. Yummy!

  37. Watermelons will keep about 2 weeks if you keep them in a cool place. We always have lots watermelon in the fall from our garden and we just put them in the basement. We've kept them up to a month but after a couple of weeks they start to get grainy.

    As far as picking an under ripe watermelon-watermelon don't continue to ripen after they have been picked. Look for one with a creamy to yellow bottom (which shows it was left on the vine lone enough to ripen) that has a hollow sound when you thump it. The heavier the watermelon for it's size the higher the water content.

    Since the watermelon has a firm outer rind there is no need to keep turning to avoid a soft spot.

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