Cub Foods Shopping List 4/7 – 4/13/13

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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?

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Comments

  1. For the Mission Tortilla/Coke coupon would the following work?

    Buy 2 Coke 2 ltrs .97 each

    Buy 2 Mission soft taco tortillas .99 each using the coupon book

    = 3.92 minus 1.50/2 =2.42 or .61 each

  2. ***Deal idea***

    Buy 2 Coca-Cola 2 liters for $0.97 each (Limit 4) (Wednesday-Saturday Only)

    Buy 2 packages of Mission Tortillas

    Use in-ad Cub coupon

    Use $1.50/2 Coca-Cola 2 ltrs. AND 2 Mission Tortillas from 4/7 Smart Source insert

    Final price: ?? each after coupons (price check, please)

    The coupon book has $.99 coupon for mission tortillas. So, can you use both? If so, $2.42 for all four.

  3. Remember, the Coke/Mission Tortilla Deal is only good Wed-Sat.

  4. Marzetti Caramel dip is on sale 2/$4, so $0.50 each with that $1.50 off printable.

  5. Just saw this avocado/egg deal: Buy 3 avocados and 1 dozen eggs, get $1 off. https://www.facebook.com/IncredibleEdibleEgg/app_

  6. I was at Cub Burnsville Heart of the City the freezer deal marked down to 149. that's better then free with the q/s I think they had 2 left !

  7. Amber B says:

    For the $.99 Colgate toothpaste, I found a save $1 on 1 coupon (exp. 3/30/13) so you could get one FREE since Cub accepts coupons up to 30 days past expiration date. I also have a $.75 on 1 coupon exp. 4/27. Sorry I don't know which coupon insert they were in.

  8. Just returned home from Cub and overall got some good deals. I'm unsure about the deal though. I did not see the first aid bag at my store and instead picked up the First Aid kit that was $5.99 instead somehow thinking that would work in the deal to be free, wrong on my part. I picked up 3 of the Neosporin Original Ointment which was priced at $5.29 each and one of those being free. I used 2 of the $1/1 Neosporin Coupons from Sundays insert and then I purchased a box of 30 clear strips band-aids for $2.29 and used a .50 coupon. So $16.36 for 3 tubes of Neo, 1 first aid kit and 1 box of band-aids. Guess I should have paid more attention :) Win some, lose some. The Mission/Coke deal worked just as planned. :)

  9. I tried the "Buy 3 Participating Johnson & Johnson Items, Get 1 Free First Aid Kit" similar to Allison. I bought 2 Neosporin for $5.49 each and got a 3rd free. I used 2 $2.00 coupons for the Neosporin. I also purchased 2 Band-Aid Bandages for $2.29 and got a 3rd package free. I also had 2 $.50 coupons. I did find the free First Aid bag for $4.99, but I had to look for it. You'd think it would be in the First Aid section with all the other products …including the other First Aid kits, but instead I found the free one on one of the end caps on an adjacent aisle. I too am going to submit for the $5.00 rebate and a second free First Aid bag from Johnson and Johnson. However, the requirements to receive the free first aid bag and the $5.00 rebate are this: Buy 1 Neposporin AND 1 Band-Aid Bandages in a single transaction. The single transaction expense must be at least $10 minimum. After coupons I got $28.33 in products for $10.56 and I am going to submit for another First-Aid kit and the $5.00 reabate. If you wondering what to do with all this First-Aid product you can: 1) donate it or 2) make First -Aid kits for relatives to keep in their cars. Lastly, the Johnson and Johnson website that lists the rebate form also has most of the coupons you will need for this promotion, although you do need to register.

  10. The Jingit app now has cash back deals specific to Cub. Right now it is the new "10" variety of 12 packs ($1 cashback on 1) and the 2-liters ($1 cashback on 4). PLUS if you do one of these deals you get at extra $5 for a limited time!

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