Cub Foods Shopping List 11/4 – 11/10/12

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As of April 15, Cub Foods changed their coupon policy. You can read Cub Foods’ new coupon policy, but the most notable change is that they only accept expired coupons up to 30 days past their expiration date.

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?


  1. ? says

    On Cub's website they have printable coupons and coupons that load to the new Cub card. Does anyone know if the coupons that load onto your Cub card are store or manufacture?

    I'm sorry if this has been asked/answered before. Thanks.

  2. angela says

    Suave coupon deal:

    Buy 3 Suave Hair Care or Personal Care Products (2.6-12.6 oz.) for $2 each, Get $1 off a Future Purchase.

    The offer includes up to 12.6 oz size; is the 18 oz lotion Q valid as listed?

    ($2/1 Suave Body Lotion Product 18 oz.+ in 10/14 RP )

    Thanks for getting the lists out so early Carrie!

  3. Sara says

    Keurig Coupon Book

    Each coupon is for one free item. The first 3 are manufacturer coupons and the rest are Cub coupons.

    Bailey's Coffee Creamer 16oz

    Dixie Perfect Touch Cups 12oz, 14ct

    Chinet Bakeware 2-3ct

    EE Non-Dairy Creamer 16oz

    Folgers or Millstone K-Cups 12ct

    Java Delight Coffee Uncup 12ct

    Better Oats Oatmeal 5ct

    Malt-O-Meal Cereals 15.5-22oz

    No Nonsense Soft & Breathable Socks 3pair

    EE Deluxe Can Opener 1ct

    EE Trail Mix 7.5-10oz

    Cub Spring Water 1gal

    • JoAnna says

      The deal is listed above:

      Misc. Deals

      Buy Keurig Classic for $119.99, Get up to $70 in Coupons (Limit 1) Upon purchase the coupon book is available at the service desk while supplies last. The Keurig Classic is $115.00 with free shipping on Amazon (if you do this deal and get the coupons, please let leave a comment and let us know what is included)

  4. Jenny says

    I am not seeing the coupon for $1/3 Nestle morsels from the 11/4 Smart Source insert. Is this a typo, or maybe it just wasn't included in my paper??


  5. kris t. says

    Pillsbury Crescent Rolls $1.00..just an fyi to you Cub shoppers, these are those really small cans. So for .80 you get 4 crescent rolls. Aldi is a better deal.

    Also, does anyone except me think those Rev Wraps are a "wripoff?" Even for .50 after the coupon, all it is, is a tortilla, a piece of meat and a piece of cheese.

  6. Kylie says

    Has anyone tried the Campbell's skillet sauces?? And can anyone confirm the progresso recipe starters are actually included? TIA!

  7. Val says

    I would agree with you re Rev Wraps. I saw one (but didn't buy or eat) at Target and I thought man, you could make a whole package of those from scratch for the same price they are charging for one. Would probably taste better too…but I haven't had one, so maybe I should withhold judgment. I think the day I saw it at Target, it was $1.89 for one wrap.

    • Andrea says

      I bought them when the coupon first came out for convenience and they were nasty. The tortilla was soggy, the meat was like jerky and the cheese was slimy…I bought 10 of them and all of them were the same. The spicy italian was the best if you can even say that!

      • kris t. says

        Good to know, Andrea. I'd much rather buy tortillas, meat, cheese and spend 60 seconds making it myself. This is totally one of those instances where even though with the coupon it seems like a good deal, you're giving up quality for convenience.

        • Val says

          Thanks for giving a review, Andrea. Guess I will just make my own. I have always used up my leftover tortillas from taco nights that way with my own slice of lunch meat and/or cheese.

          Another product I always wondered about why would anyone buy them is those it hard to make a PBJ sandwich and cut the crusts off? Maybe it is my age showing…I'm over 50 so I didn't grow up with all the convenience foods that are being sold now.

        • Jenny says

          I purchased one with the coupon for my husband. He said it wasn't even worth the $.50 I paid. Definately will not be buying them again!

  8. JoAnna says

    Applewood Smoked Bacon (butcher’s cut) $2.99/lb.

    I found the bacon at the butcher counter (as opposed to in large pkgs in the meat case). The meat guy was super helpful and he wrapped up six 1 lb. packages and even gave me 2 freezer bags.

  9. JoAnna says

    Buy 2 Pillsbury Cookie Dough Ready to Bake (16 oz.) or Simply (14 oz.) or Chub (16.5 oz.) for $2.50 each, Get $1 off a Future Purchase

    I found packages of the ready to bake cookie dough with offers for a fee 15 pk of pizza rolls via a rebate.


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