Lunds & Byerly’s Shopping List 12/26 – 1/2/13

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Lunds and Byerly’s are two higher-end grocery stores in the Twin Cities area that offer some good deals each week (we post about the stores together as their ads are identical).

One perk Lunds and Byerly’s stores offer is online grocery shopping. With this service, you create an account and then add items to your virtual grocery cart. You can pay via credit card or PayPal, then choose to have your order delivered to a home or business in the Twin Cities area or select drive-thru pickup (only available at some stores).

The delivery fee is $9.95 and the drive-thru fee is $4.95 (no minimum amount required). They’ll even accept manufacturer’s coupons that will be credited to your account.

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Your turn: What other deals did you find at Lunds and Byerly’s this week?

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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. The Digiorno pizzas are also on sale price in addition to being BOGO. So, only $5.99 each instead of $7.99

    And there is a new Digiorno B2G1 IP coupon available on

    So, purchase 6 Digiorno pizzas at Lunds, use a pair of B2G1 coupons. And you end up with 6 pizzas for $5.99 total.

  2. Michelle from Maple says:

    The frozen pizza deal is awesome. I went to the Maple Grove store yesterday and was planning to get a few of the DiGiorno's Pizzas. The price in the freezer section states $7.99 each, however, at the register they are ringing up at $5.99. B1G1 becomes an even better deal when coupled with a coupon. This is a great frozen pizza for $2.50 each ($5.99/2, less $1 coupon = $2.50 each).

  3. Since Digiorno wraps the actual pizza in strong airtight plastic, you can remove the outer pizza boxes and save a bit of space in your freezer. I cut the cooking instructions off one box and tossed that in the freezer too.

    Technically, you should be able to stack four $1/1 coupons with the two B2G1 coupons, but I didn't bother trying that. My local Lunds barely understands coupons as it is. So, either $1 per pizza, or 33 cents per pizza ;)

  4. Can't seem to access the Lund's Peanuts coupon. When I click on the link it only brings up the Tortilla coupon. What am I doing wrong?

    • Mona – thanks for letting us know. I fixed the link in the list for the Peanuts coupon so it should work now.

      • Alex's Mom says:

        Peanuts coupon still not working – brings up a pound of cherries.

        • The peanuts deal is available for members of the Text Club. If you text FRESH to 95173 you will get the text coupons. Cherries are just an example of what coupons you may receive. Hope that helps!

  5. Well, at the Highland store the Digiorno did not ring up at %5.99 and the cashier didn't know how to ring up the B2GO coupon, so she called the store manager who told me I'd need to buy 5 pizzas. Pricey lesson for me.

  6. Paid $7.99 for the Digiorno Pizza at Lunds on County Rd C in Roseville. Bought 3 pizzas and used B2G1. Only received discount of $7.01 instead of $7.99. Lunds was so busy, I just didn't want to go back and dispute anything. Glad some of you did well on this deal.

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