Cub Foods Shopping List 1/8 – 1/14/12

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Cub Foods has a buy two, get one free sale on many different products this week, plus pick up Smart Ones, Johnson & Johnson products, and more.

According to Cub Foods’ official coupon policy, their stores accept manufacturer-issued coupons up to 3 months past their expiration date (and in some cases up to 5 or 6 months past), so 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 or we get emails with deal ideas, 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: What other deals did you spot this week?

Comments

  1. T says

    Does anyone know if Cub would let me bring my receipt to customer service and get $5 back if i give them the $5 off $50 coupon? Of course I left it at home… So frustrating, but I didnt want to unload $60 worth of groceries once i checked out.

  2. JoAnna says

    I received the coupon booklet in the mail and it included two $5 off $50 coupons. One expires 1/21 and the other is valid 1/22-2/4. Also love the Holiday gas coupons that are calculated using the precoupon price. SA doubled my $0.20 coupon to $0.40!

  3. Katherine says

    Two other deals: cub has a $1.50/1 5lb box of cuties oranges on their website. Pair that with the .75/1 manufacturer coupon from an insert a few weeks ago and it should come out to a pretty good deal.

    Also, the tyson chicken nuggets are 4.99. There's a $1/1 coupon in the 8/21 ss bringing them to $3.99 which is a good deal for those!

      • Katherine says

        I just double checked my coupons…the printable one from Cub is specifically a STORE coupon. This is what it says on the top "Store Coupon". It is produced by Cub so it's only theirs. Therefore, you can combine it with the .75/1 manufacturers coupon to get a better deal. :) Good thing too because we sure go through these fast!

  4. ls says

    No luck finding the following coupons:

    Red Gold – no coupon found on the site despite logging in.

    DiGiorno's $2/1 coupon – Received HTTP 400 Bad Request message.

  5. kathy says

    yes cub customer service can help you if you forgot your 5 dollar coupon. i work at the one on white bear ave by home depot.

  6. says

    Hello,

    Are there better deals than the morton salt ii savers that's 2 for $9.00 in the cub ad this week and then paired with the $1 off 2 it would be like a pretty good deal right? Or can you get it cheaper elsewhere? Is it ever free?

    Thanks!

    Laura

    • Heidi says

      I have never seen it free. Walmart price is $4.43. So it is a better deal then Walmart. I have gotton it as low as $3.00 in the past few months. I live in Rochester so prices could be different.

  7. laura says

    Thanks, well I think I'm going to go for it, plus it will get me to $50 so I can use a $5 off coupon before every other coupon. Then I'll watch for lower prices as the months go on, but cause I need it now… I'll buy it. Thanks everyone!

    Laura

    • Drew says

      I've gotten Morton salt cheap lately at Menards on sale.

      They also often have rebate deals that can be paired with the manu Q to make it even cheaper. Plus they sell the 50lb bags instead of the regular 40lb, so 20% larger. Something to keep in mind when comparing prices.

  8. Sarah says

    The cuties coupon doesn't work-tried it on two separate computers and I get the msg that I have printed it too many times (haven't printed it even once)

    Good deal if it does work though-when you combine it with the sale at Lunds and Beyerly's.

    • JoAnna says

      I printed yesterday with no problem but I can't try it at work since printing coupons is blocked. Anyone else?

    • Michele says

      Sarah, The link above did not work, probably because Joanna had already printed it. The one that came to me directly in an email printed fine.

    • Rebecca S says

      The coupon that prints is for any 5lb box of clementines (not specifically cuites), and is ONLY good at SUPERVALU stores (ie Cub). It is a store coupon, and therefore can be combined it at Cub with a manufacturer's coupon, but you wouldn't be able to use it at Lunds or Byerly's.

      • Sarah says

        Rebecca-since I can't see the coupon-I had no idea it said supervalu on it! Thanks for the link Joanna-I tried printing using the other link and had no luck either :( Its weird though I never got the coupon even though I am signed up for their email lists-oh well.

        • Rebecca S says

          Just wanted to make sure that no one went to extreme lengths to get it to print and then be disappointed! :)

  9. Kris E says

    .35/1 11/6 RP, expired 12/6 would make these .98 Each

    Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce (24 oz.) – Buy 2, Get 1 Free

    Buy 3 to get sale price, no coupon needed

    Final price: $1.33 each

    there's also a .75/2 weight watchers sept/oct coupon out there.

    • Drew says

      A quick Google search says that clementines peak in December, and January.

      The ones I've had recently were good.

  10. Tami says

    Does anyone happen to know the price of Chef Boyardee raviolis at Rainbow? I see that Cub has them for $.84/can, but I'd love to double the coupons for a better deal if possible.

  11. Heidi says

    The Del Monte fruit cups are part of the B2G1 and there was a $1/2 in I think this Sundays RP. That would be $1.16 each.

  12. Teresa says

    Ok, figured out what's going on with the cuties FB coupon – here's what it says further down their wall:

    "Cuties

    Hope you had a wonderful holiday! For those of you inquiring about the online coupons, they were available while supplies lasted. Sorry if you were not able to get one this time, but we will release more in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned!"

    Bummer! :(

  13. Gayle says

    I was at Cub last night (love shopping at midnight!). Pepsi, Mt. Dew and Sierra Mist Natural in the small can (7.5 oz.) 8 pack or the 12 oz bottles in an 8 pack are also on the buy 2 get one free sale as well as shown on page 3 of the newspaper ad. The sale price is buy 2 8-packs for $6.00 and get one 8-pack free. There was also a $2.00 off 2 coupon in one of the SS 1/1/12 inserts for these sizes. So I purchased 6 of the 12 oz. bottle 8 packs for a total of $12.00 and used 3 of the $2.00 off 2 coupons and spent $6.00 which made each 8 pack $1.00.

    If you look at it from a 24 pack standpoint, I got a 24 pack of pop for $3.00. For us, that was a really good score!

  14. Sarah says

    With the J&J offer of 5$ off 20-According to the ad in SS, Neosporin was also included. There are IP out there for $1 off any.

  15. Nicole Manhood says

    Fellow Couponers: Need Advice.

    I am looking at the 3 Suave products for $5. And I have multiple coupons I am trying to use in the correct way. Trying to figure out how I can use multiple manufacture coupons without exceeding the 1 per item. I have:

    3 – Save $1 on any 2 Suave Kids

    3 – Buy 2 get 1 Free Body Wash

    4 – Buy 3 Suave get 1 Free

    Can I use 2, Buy 3 get 1 w/ the Save $1 on any 2?

    Can I use 2, Buy 3 get 1 w/ the Buy 2 get 1 free?

    Since technically I would be using those coupons for the 4th free item….I am not really using that coupon on the ones I am accually purchasing?

    Does that make sence to anyone???

  16. Katherine says

    There's a different .75/1 Cuties coupon available from the 12/4 SS insert. It expired on 1/4 but shouldn't be a problem with Cub accepting expired coupons.

  17. Katherine says

    Did anyone see this yet? A post on Cub's Facebook page. What a deal!! :

    Grilling in January? At these temps you sure can and let Cub supply the grilling items. Stop into Cub now through Thursday (1/12) and pick-up a 20 ounce package of Gold’N Plump fresh boneless, skinless chicken breast for only $1.99, limit 1 package. To print this coupon simply click the following link http://bit.ly/w5iawP or show this post to the cashier at check-out on your mobile device. Make sure to “share” this exclusive Facebook offer to all of your friends!!

  18. Sarah says

    Sorrento Ricotta cheese is on sale at cub for $2.69. Matched up with the 3/2 coupon in the 10-16 SS would make it 1.19$ for a 15oz container

  19. says

    Agreed – Menards has the best price on this when you get the rebate deal and use the $1/2 coupon, considering the size of the bag. Rainbow also puts them on sale for $4.44 apiece, so they'll be $3.44 after the $1/2 coupon is doubled.

    I got a free coupon once from Morton for emailing them and telling them how much we enjoy their products and how it's the only brand my husband wants us to use. It's worth a shot. :)

  20. says

    Jenny – I use Aldi's price as a target price for salsa. Theirs is $1.79/24oz, so $0.07/oz. So $1.40/16oz is about $0.09/oz – not a bad price, but not rock bottom.

  21. Katherine says

    I know! I was so excited, I called my husband when I saw that post on FB. He didn't get as excited as me…just laughed and said, "glad you're saving money!"

  22. Ruth says

    They were out of 5# boxes at my store, and the produce guy let me substitute a 3# bag, which was $4.99, used the $1.50 coupon, plus I used the manu. coupon that was on the same page as the 5# coupon–don't remember how much that one was for–but definitely got them for <$1/lb. So it pays to ask!

  23. Ruth says

    I just did the same thing today, except with the $5 off Golden Plump coupon! I hope they will be forgiving with that one, too. Otherwise, I guess I could just return the chicken I bought and buy it again with the coupon, which would just be a hassle for them!

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