Cub Foods Shopping List 3/3 – 3/9/13

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Be sure to read and print Cub Foods’ coupon policy before you head to the store. One notable difference between Cub Foods and other stores is that they 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?

About Carrie Rocha

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.

Comments

  1. The $1/1 coupon is for flavored meat but this meat is not flavored–bummer.

    Hormel Always Tender Boneless Pork Loin Center Cut Chops or Stuffed Chips – Buy 1, Get 1 Free (2/$5.99/lb.) (Limit 2 Coupons)

    Use in-ad Cub coupon

    Plus, use:

    $1/1 Hormel Always Tender Meat printable

    Final price: As low as $2.00/lb. after coupons (look for the smallest packages possible to get the best deal)

  2. None of the three links show $1/3 Pillsbury biscuit coupons anymore :(

  3. Rosemary says:

    I thought Cub only take coupons expire up to a month?

    • Rosemary – The official policy is 30 days. Since February was only 28 days long this year, each coupon should be accepted two days past a month. Does that make sense?

  4. There is a coupons.com printable for $1/2 Oscar Mayer bacon making it 2/$5 or $2.50 each, which is a pretty good price for bacon.

  5. thank you katie!!!

  6. Someone at my Cub put Honeycrisp apples where the $.99/lb. Fujis were supposed to be, and I spent $4.79 on 3 apples today! Grrrrrr. Wish I would've checked the tiny labels more closely.

    • I wouldn't be afraid to take them back and explain the situation…they may adjust the price down to .99/lb or if anything you could return them and buy the correct ones.

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