Cub Foods Coupon Book 9/28 – 10/13/12

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Check your mailbox for a new coupon book from Cub Foods. You can pick up an extra copy in-store, but the home-mailed books contain two coupons for $5 off a purchase of $50 or more. One is valid from 9/28-10/13 and the other is valid from 10/14-10/27.

Your turn: Which of these deals are you planning to get?

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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.


  1. If you bought the Starbucks Frappuccino last time it was on sale at Cub (2 months ago?) you got a catalina for $2.00 off your next 2- 4packs. This would make them $3.00/pack which is really good for this item.

  2. The coupon book is different this week. $10 off 0f 50 the first one, and $5 off 25 is the second one. I'm assuming they have changed their policy to $50 after coupons, doe anyone know if that is official? Also, would you then have to spend $60 to use the coupon? Thanks for everything PYD!

  3. Mine coupons are both still 5.00 if a $50.00 purchase.Must be regional.

  4. There;'s a $2 of 2 starbucks frappucino coupon in the Pepsi Moments to Share insert this weekend; can that be stacked with the booklet coupon, or is the booklet coupon a manufacturer coupon?

  5. I stopped in quick last Friday to buy my 99 cent cookies and asked if they had a 3-day special. He didn't think they did and said they were moving towards more of the daily specials like a couple weeks ago, but with a twist. He thought in the future, those daily specials would need a $10 minimum purchase. That would be a bummer, but if they are loss leaders I could see why they do that.

  6. It is not after coupons. Hand over the $10 off $50 first, then your manufacture coupons, then the store coupons.

    • It should work the way you state, Amanda :) But, comments over the last month or so have been that some people do it that way and as soon as the total goes below $50 the register adds the coupon back into the total. Then they go to the service desk and get the money back.

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