Cub Foods Coupon Book 2/1 – 2/16/13

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Check your mailbox for a new coupon book from Cub Foods with deals valid from Friday, 2/1 through Saturday, 2/16.

The home-mailed coupon books contain two coupons for $5 off your purchase of $50 or more in a single transaction.. One coupon is valid from 2/1-2/16 and the other is valid from 2/17-3/2. Readers are now reporting that your total must be $50 after all coupons (including manufacturer’s coupons) are applied before the $5 will be taken off your order.

Not all deals from the booklet are listed here; just the ones that I thought were decent.

Your turn: What other coupons did you find to go along with any of these deals?


  1. Shelly says

    Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips are 2 for $10 with Cub coupon from the booklet. Plus use the SS 1/27 .75 coupon. Comes out to $4.25 a bag. Great price for these.

  2. dime time says

    So how does the $5 off a $50 purchase work.

    I don't buy huge amounts of groceries in one shot, unless I'm stocking up big time on a product, which I don't do very often.

    On Saturday evening my total was about $61 before coupons. I ran coupons and something seemed funny at one point, there was a deduction for the coupon, but my total wasn't as low as I was expecting.

    Audited the receipt when I came home. Everything rang up properly and reflected the discounts for store and manufacturer coupons, but there was no sign of the $5 off for making a $50 purchase.

    The only thing I can think of: the total needs to be $50 after discounting for store coupons. I had about $6-7 in store discount for the Pepsi coupon and about $6 in store discount for the Tostitos coupon. That combined drops my total under $50, so despite scanning the $5 off $50 coupon first, which it accepted, the computer retroactively voided that discount because my total was below $50 when factoring in the weekly ad coupons.

    Is this how it works?

    • erika says

      Sadly, I was informed today that is the new policy. However, the cashier honored the coupon since it wasn't clearly stated on the actual coupon, but basically told me that I am now informed for next time . Total has to be over $50 after store and manufacturer coupons.

      • dime time says

        sounds like i would have had to buy another $14 worth of stuff, after coupon discount, in order to qualify. i had taken it along just in case, as i wasn't sure how much i was going to buy in addition to diet pepsi and tostitos, other than a couple of necessities i was committed to purchasing.

        bummed that the $50 threshold has to be reached after using manufacturer coupons… that's a significant buzzkill.

        thanks for the info erika.

  3. Bonnie says

    For the tombstone deal, it can get better. After your first purchase of 5, there should be a manufacturer coupon that prints out for $2.50 off a purchase of 5 pizzas. Next time you use the buy 2 get 3 you can use that too, knocking socks off the price of the pizza!

  4. Thom says

    The Lloyds rib deal is after Cub Coupon the ribs are $9.99 and the container of meat is $5.99. Minus $2.00 in manufactures coupons for both products.

  5. JoAnna says

    There are some date issues above. Not a big deal but thought you may want to fix it: Check your mailbox for a new coupon book from Cub Foods with deals valid from Friday, 1/4 through Saturday, 1/19.

  6. Deb says

    I am confused. My flyer has the Russet Potatoes for 88 cents, Chicken leg quarters for 69 cents per pound, Roma Pizzas 10 for 10 dollars, and the Angel Soft bath tissue for 4.48.

    None of these prices match any of the above prices. Are there different prices for different areas?? I live in NE Minneapolis.

  7. says

    Deb – Are you referring to the coupon book that was sent in the mail or a different ad? I've heard that some stores offer special coupons for shoppers in the immediate area.

    • Deb says

      Mine came in the mail. The sale prices are divided into week one ( russet potatoes and chicken leg quarters) and week 2 ( Roma pizzas and Angel soft bath tissue).

  8. says

    Can anyone tell me if there were any coupons for Roma pizza's. And weren't they in the Cub coupon book for 10/10 in week 2 starting the week of the 16th? I don't have my book handy. Please let me know , thanks.

  9. says

    Nancy – Apparently there were different Cub coupon books sent out. The matchups here are for the ones found in most stores and also sent to households, but it sounds like some readers (you and Deb above) got a different book.

    As far as I know there are no manufacturer's coupons for Roma pizza.

  10. Deb says

    Looks like just the ones I mentioned. Everything else appears to be the same. Lucky for me and a few others I guess. We like Chicken leg quarters in our house and everything else so I will be taking advantage of the offers both weeks.

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