King Soopers Deals 2/22-2/28: Asparagus for .99/lb + Mega Event Continues!

February 21, 2012 · 43 comments

by Jennie
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Here are the King Soopers deals that will start on Wednesday, February 22nd and run through February 28th. They are continuing their Mega Event this week and also have a fe wother nice deals. See anything I missed this week? Please leave a comment to let us know!

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Quick Tips: King Soopers doubles coupons up to $1, so if you have a .40 coupon it will double to .80. A .75 coupon will double to $1, and a .25 coupon will double to .50! Remember that eCoupons do not double. King Soopers is no longer giving a .05 per bag credit.

Meat

Boneless Rump, Eye or Round or Sirloin Tip Roast $3.99/lb C

73% Lean Ground Beef $1.99/lb D+

Chicken Drumsticks, Thighs or Whole Chicken .98/lb B-

Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts $2.79/lb D+

Pork Loin Mixed Chops, Bone-in $2.49/lb C+

Atlantic Salmon Fillets $5.99/lb C

Kroger 51-50ct Cooked Cocktail Shrimp or 31-40ct Raw Shrimp, Frozen, Sold in a 2lb Bag $5.99/lb C-

Snow Crab Clusters $6.99/lb ?

Lobster Tail 4-5oz $5.99 D

Tyson Bacon 16oz $3.50 C-

Produce

Asparagus .99/lb! A

Broccoflower or Cauliflower .99/lb B-

Jumbo Russet Potatoes .89/lb D-

Sweet Potatoes or Yams .89/lb C+

Kale Greens .99 each C

Iceberg Lettuce .99 each C-

Lady Alice Apples $1.49/lb C

Driscoll's Raspberries 6oz $2.50
-.50 Driscoll's Coupon  (sign-up required, coupon will be e-mailed to you, make sure to check your spam filter if you don't receive it)
=$1.50 B-

Mangoes $1.25 each C

Asian Pears $1.25 each ?
*these are not normally priced per each, but rather by the lb, so I'm not sure what the grade would be

Colorado Sunrise Potatoes 5lb Bag $2.50 C

Pineapple $2.50 each C

Papaya $2.50 each ?

 

Artichokes $1.99 each C

Eggplant $1.99 each D

English Cucumbers $1 each B+

Red, Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers $1 each B-

Organic Braeburn Apples, 3lb Bag $2.99 B

Organic Fair Trade Blueberries 6oz $2.99 C-

Organic Navel Oranges, 4lb Bag $2.99 B+

Organic Lemons, 2lb Bag $2.99 C

Grocery

King Soopers Buns 8ct or King Sooperb Bread 24oz $1 B-

Kettle Brand Potato Chips 8.5-9oz $2.50
-$1 MQ (1/8 or 1/29 RP)
=$1.50 B-

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna 5oz .69 C+

Bob Evans Side Dishes 20-24oz $3
-BOGO Bob Evans Coupon  (sent by e-mail after sign-up)
=$1.50 each! A-

Dairy

Yoplait Yogurt 4-6oz .60
-.40/6 Yoplait Coupon  or MQ (2/5 GM)
=.46 each C-

Colorado Proud Milk $1.97 B

Kroger Cheese 6-8oz or Kroger Singles 16ct $2 D+

Frozen

Cool Classics Ice Cream Sammies 12-16ct or Kroger Deluxe Ice Cream or Sherbet 48oz $2.79 C

Lean Cuisine Entree 6-12oz $2.50
-$1/5 MQ (1/5 SS)
=$2.30 D+

Personal Care

Gillette Series Shave Gel 2.54-9oz $1.79
-.55 MQ (2/5 RP)
=.79 B

Colgate Toothpaste 6.4oz $1 D+

Colgate Triple Action Toothbrush $1 D+

Healthcare

Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements 12-500ct Buy One, Get One Free
-$3/2 or $1 MQ (1/29 SS) *regional value or $2 Fish Oil MQ (1/8 SS) or $1 Nature Made Coupon
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Daytona 500 Mega Event

Purchase ten participating items and $3 will be deducted off of your order instantly, plus you'll get a $2 catalina to use on your next purchase. The ad does not state a limit to the number of items you can purchase with this promotion, but keep in mind that you will need to buy them in quantities of ten. The prices below assume that you are buying ten participating items and the both the $3 instant savings and the $2 catalina are included in the starting price. Keep in mind that our out of pocket cost will be .20 higher per item before you spend your catalina.

Also, don't forget to play the King Soopers Daytona 500 Instant Win game that I posted about a few days ago. I've heard that many of you have been winning some nice little freebies! I believe that all of the freebies are included in the mega event so it will give you a nice little boost toward reaching ten items.

Gatorade or G2 32oz .59 A-

Cheetos 8.5-9.75oz or Fritos 10.5oz $1.79 C+

Oreo Cookies 8.5-18oz $2.49 C-
*keep an eye out for peelie coupons

Coffee-Mate Coffee Creamer 32oz $2.78
-.55 Coffee-Mate Coupon
=$1.78 B-

Kraft Barbecue Sauce 18oz .69 B

Totino's Party Pizza 9.8-10.9oz .79
-.60/3 MQ (1/29 SS) or $1/5 Totino's Coupon or $1/5 Totino's Coupon
=.45 each at best A-

Pillsbury Grands Biscuits 8ct .99
-$1/3 MQ (2/5 GM) *regional vlaue
=.66 B+

Campbell's Chunky Soup 18.6-19oz $1.25
-.50/2 MQ (2/5 SS) *regoinal value, if Healthy Request is included
=.75 each at best A-
*We are getting quite close to the end of soup season, so this is a pretty good deal.

Ragu Pasta Sauce 16-24oz $1.49
-.50 MQ (1/29 RP) or $1/2 Shortcuts eCoupon
=.49 at best A

Capri Sun or Kool-Aid Jammers 10ct $1.79 C+

Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers 11-12oz $1.79 C+

Hot or Lean Pockets 2-4ct $1.79
-$1.40/8 Hot Pockets Coupon
=$1.61 each C+

Dannon Yogurt 4-6ct or 32oz $1.89
-$1 Activia MQ (2/12 SS)
=.89 A-

Eggo Waffles, Pancakes or French Toast 10.7-16.4oz $1.99 C+

Oscar Mayer Wieners 16oz $1.99 C-

Ritz Crackers 7.5-16oz $2.25
-$1/2 Nabisco Coupon
=$1.75 B-

Minute Maid Orange Juice 59oz $2.49 C-

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks 6-10ct $2.29
-.50/2 MQ (1/8 or 2/5 GM) or .50/2 Betty Crocker Coupon
=$1.79 B-

General Mills Cereal Bars or Treats 6ct $2.29
-.50 General Mills Coupon
=$1.29 B

General Mills Cereal 11.3-17oz $2.79
-$1/2 General Mills Coupon or HERE
=$2.29 D+

Pop-Tarts 12ct $2.70 D+

Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars 8ct $2.79 D

Rice Krispies Treats 8ct $2.79 D

Country Crock 45oz $2.79 D

Kraft Singles 24ct $2.79 D+

Hungry-Man Entree 13.1-17oz $2.19 D

Betty Crocker Muffin Mix 15.2-18.2oz $2.49
-$1/2 Shortcuts eCoupon
=$1.99 C

Betty Crocker Brownie Mix 15.3-19.5oz $2.49 D+

Boneless Chicken Wings 24ct $6.49 C-

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 5ct $3.99 D+

El Monterey Snacks 21-24oz $4.79
-.50 MQ (1/29 SS)
=$3.79 C

Hormel Completes 10oz $2.15
-$1/2 MQ (2/12 SS) or Hormel Coupon
=$1.65 C+

SPAM 12oz $2.15
-$1/2 SPAM Coupon
=$1.65! A-

Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts 16oz $3.49
-$1.50/2 MQ (1/29 SS)
=$2.74 C

M&M's Candy 2.83-3.4oz Box .79 C+

Pillsbury Ready To Bake Cookies 14-16oz $2.29 D+

Pillsbury Sweet Moments 5.6oz $2.29 D

Oscar Mayer Lunch Meat, Ham or Turkey 16oz $2.79 C-

Coca-Cola Soft Drinks 8pk, 12oz Bottles or 6pk 16.9oz Bottles $2.79 C

Purex Fabric Softener, Liquid 52 Loads $3.19 C-

Purex Laundry Detergent, Liquid 26-48 Loads $3.19 C-

Dial, Tone or Right Guard Body Wash 13.5-52oz $3.09
-$1 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Coupon (if included in the sale)
=$2.09 C

Dial Liquid Hand Soap Refill 13.5-52oz $3.09 D

Dove or Degree Deodorant 2.6-3oz $1.79 C
*there is a $1 Dove eCoupon on Shortcuts and a MQ in the 1/29 RP insert, but I'm not sure if these varieties are included in the sale.

Air-Wick Frosted Candle 1ct $4.49 D

Air-Wick Twin Oil Refills 2ct $4.49
-$1.50/2 Air-Wick Coupon (sign-up required)
=$3.74 D

Friskies Cat Food, 16lb Bag $11.29
-.50 MQ (1/15 SS)
=$10.29 C-

Pedigree Dog Food 15-20lb Bag $11.29 D+

Hefty Kitchen or Trash Bags 16-80ct $6.49
-$1 MQ (1/1 RP) or $1/2 MQ (1/2 RP) *expires 1/29
=$5.49 C-

Huggies Wipes 320-400ct Refill $8.99
-.50 MQ (2/12 SS)
=$7.99 C

Huggies Diapers, Pull-Ups or GoodNites, Sizes NB-6, 2T-5T or SM-XL, Jumbo 12-50ct $8.99
-$2 Goodnites MQ or $2 or $1.50 or $1 MQ (1/15 SS) *regional value or $2 Diapers MQ (2/12 SS) or $1.50 Pull-Ups MQ (2/12 SS)
=$6.99 C-

Mucinex Liquid 6oz $6.49
-$1/2 MQ found in the February issue of All You Magazine
=$5.99 D

Prevacid 24 Hour Acid Reducer 42ct $25.49
-$4 Prevacid Coupon
=$21.49 D

Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil 30-75 Sq Ft $3.49
-$1/2 MQ (1/22 SS)
=$2.99 D+

Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner 22oz $2.99 D

Windex 26oz $2.99
-$1 MQ found in the November issue of Weight Watchers Magazine or the October issue of Shape Magazine
=$1.99 C-

Suave Professionals or Kids Shampoo or Conditioner 8.5-12.6oz $1.35 B-

Breyers Ice Cream 48oz $2.99 B-

Klondike Frozen Treats 4-8ct $2.99 C+

Hellmann's or Best Foods Mayonnaise 30oz $3.49
-.25 MQ (1/29 RP)
=$2.99 C-

Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue, 12 Double Rolls $6.49 C

Bounty Paper Towels, 6 Big or 8 Regular Rolls $6.99
-.25 MQ (1/29 PG)
=$6.49 C




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1 HighPlainsMom February 24, 2012 at 4:17 PM

The Oscar Mayer Center Cut Bacon was on sale for 3.99 and the packs at my store had $1 off 2 peelies. I love the OM Center Cut — it’s yummy stuff!

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2 Mommy Kane February 24, 2012 at 9:02 AM

I received a cat notification last week that said the Kids Trix Yogurt packs will have a $1.50 cat print out when you buy 2. That is an awsome deal! Stack with the .75/2 MQ from several papers (GM 1/8 or GM 2/5) and if your store doubles that would be $1.25 off each pack! Not sure what the price is on these this week, but I will let you all know after I venture out real soon!
Watch out, the HurriKane is coming! (humming a song…) :)
Lots of good deals this week!! Thank you Jennie and everyone else on the boards that make all these deals possible!

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3 Hazel February 24, 2012 at 9:25 AM

Oh sister, I’ll have the gatorade ready :)

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4 Amanda February 22, 2012 at 6:43 PM

Thanks for the heads up on the Dark Chocollate Fudge Stripes! They are DELICIOUS!!! Picked up 5 packages for only $1.55!

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5 HighPlainsMom February 22, 2012 at 8:28 PM

They come in DARK chocolate too??????? Be still my heart!

*SWOON*

The So Delicious Coconut Milk is 3/$5 and there are $1 coupons out there making them .67 each.

If you didn’t use your Hormel pepperoni coupons last week at Safeway it’s on sale this week at Kings 10/$10 making them .50 each. Those are the little 3.5 oz which you might have to ask to find. Sometimes they are around the deli and sometimes in the snack aisle by the jerky….or once I even found them by the Lunchables. Go figure.

And the Waggin’ Train doggie treats are 2/$5 and there were $3 off 2 coupons last week….or week before. Something like that. A buck each.

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6 Tere February 23, 2012 at 9:42 AM

Thanks for the tip on the coconut milk, I will have to check it out when I go to KS later today.

Careful with the Waggin Train dog treats – I’ve heard their Facebook page is being hit hard with comments from tons of people saying the treats caused their pets to be ill or die. Don’t know if there is any truth behind it, but it’s better to be safe than sorry in my opinion…

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7 Hazel February 23, 2012 at 10:03 AM

Couldn’t agree with you more. Had a problem with one of my feline fuzzballs and had mentioned to the vet about giving him some of the Iams cat food that I had scored @ Target. He told me that there have been 6 recalls on Iams in the last year.

No more Iams for my wee fuzzies!

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8 HighPlainsMom February 23, 2012 at 11:43 AM

Yeah, there’s been a lot in the news about grocery store dog treats and food made in China. I heard the Milo’s Kitchen brand brought up recently.

My puppers has a delicate constitution so he gets the foofy (read: expensive!) stuff from the veterinarian. Heck, that’s a big reason why I coupon!

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9 Andrea February 22, 2012 at 11:42 AM

Thanks Elise for the info…I am on my way there today.

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10 Elise DeFor February 22, 2012 at 10:18 AM

The Keebler stripe cookies are $1.31 and only .31 after the coupon. The Kellogg’s cereal is .79 after using the $5 coupons.

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11 Hazel February 22, 2012 at 10:50 AM

Oh my Elise, thank you!

If you see a swift moving goon in Soopers humming the Mission Impossible theme song, that will be me hitting the Kelloggs and Keebler aisles.

I hope I can go stealth but the humming usually blows my cover. Argh.

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12 HighPlainsMom February 22, 2012 at 12:32 PM

It must be a sign….my oldest son asked for some Fudge Stripes the other day and I told him no because they weren’t on sale….

Won’t he be a happy camper when he gets home from school?

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13 Hazel February 22, 2012 at 3:51 PM

G’head, make him dance like a puppy beggin’ for bacon. Isn’t that what children are all about? I’d get it myself but I’ve got no thumbs!

Sorry, I’m all hopped up on the idea of cheap cookies. Time is standing still!

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14 Hazel February 23, 2012 at 8:43 AM

Thank you again, Elise … you seriously hit the ball out of the park with that post! I stopped last night and had a blast.

With the Kelloggs and Keebler action, plus the Ragu action a few weeks back … yowza!

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15 abaily February 21, 2012 at 8:27 PM

If anyone one has any extra Huggies coupons I could really use them I am about to have twins. Thanks in advanced
amanda_edw@lycos.com

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16 Jennie February 21, 2012 at 9:57 PM

Congrats! ;)

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17 Abaily February 21, 2012 at 11:25 PM

Thanks

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18 Robin February 22, 2012 at 7:13 AM

Congrats! I would be happy to send you some Huggies coupons. Just let me know which insert they were in. You can email me at robnkirk@comcast.net.

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19 Desiree February 22, 2012 at 3:24 PM

I don’t mind sending them to you also, just let me know where to look as well & i’ll clip them :)

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20 Hazel February 23, 2012 at 8:38 AM

02/12 Smart Source has the most recent Huggies – plus Huggies Target coupons in the same insert :)

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21 HighPlainsMom February 22, 2012 at 8:23 AM

I don’t know if you’re brand-loyal to Huggies but King’s and Safeway have several digital coupons for Pampers and Luvs available to load right now.

Congrats again on your double blessing!

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22 Nicole February 22, 2012 at 11:21 AM

We bought Huggies for the first year and a half for our son (before I discovered couponing) and I could kick myself for how much money we blew on those! Although you can get some pretty good deals on Huggies ($.10 – $.15 per diaper) I would TOTALLY suggest stocking up on the Walgreens’ version when those hit rock bottom prices! Last year everytime WAGS would do a big sale we would get our diapers for only $.04 each!!! I actually even liked them better than Huggies – although we kept using Huggies overnights when we could get those for $.10 each at Target. I feel like a total idiot for ever paying more than $.15/diaper change.

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23 Chrissy February 22, 2012 at 11:28 AM

I agree with the WAGS diapers. I prefer WAGS as they are gentle on the checkbook but they hold wonderfully. Been using Huggies lately cuz i hate a fantastic deal off those MEGA boxes clearanced at SW + their $3 off coupon and my $2 off coupon made them $12/box (over 200 diapers in each box for sz 3!) But can’t wait to go back to WAGS diapers!!!! And they are so cute! :)

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24 AMY February 23, 2012 at 12:01 AM

If you shop Albertsons they sometimes have great sales on their brand of diapers and I really liked them. I started couponing just as my son was almost out of diapers. I learned too late that I’d been spending way too much on Huggies and on the Target store brand diapers.

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25 Hazel February 22, 2012 at 1:11 PM

Amanda – please do us a small favor when the twin-pack arrives. If you can’t post, holler at someone to post so that we can all share a little goo-goo grin.

BOGO bebes, what a strange concept. I’m tired just thinking about 2 wee ones!

Congrats!

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26 abaily February 22, 2012 at 5:46 PM

Hazel – I will email you if that’s ok and you can spread the news for me.
You will have to send me a link so I can see the goo-goo grin

Amanda

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27 Krista February 22, 2012 at 7:40 PM

Like everyone else said, if you can point me to the insert, I will happily send you all of my diaper coupons.

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28 abaily February 22, 2012 at 8:19 PM

SS 2/12

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29 Krista February 22, 2012 at 8:43 PM

Well darn, I was out of town that weekend and didn’t a paper…sorry! But congratulations!

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30 Andrea February 21, 2012 at 4:37 PM

what about the Kellogg’s cereal, Brawny single rolls, and Keebler cookies 50% sale in the ad? I did not see any specific days for this sale. I did not see this on your ad match-ups. The $5 off on 5 printable should make for cheap cereal and recently in the RP there were Keebler cookie coupons. I thank you for your help.

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31 Shannon February 22, 2012 at 10:09 AM

Where can I find the $5 off on 5 printable? I looked in the database and didn’t see it.

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32 Hazel February 22, 2012 at 10:19 AM

Shannon – it was on couponsdotcom (zip code 79928) but it looks like it’s gone. Also looks like the $4/4 coupon (zip 30303) is gone.

Those two totally flew when they hit.

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33 Robin February 21, 2012 at 4:32 PM

Where do you find the weekly ad so early? I did not get mine in the mail today for Kings and Safeway.

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34 AMY February 21, 2012 at 5:07 PM

I get the ad on Tuesday afternoon in a small, free local paper that’s delivered to my house. I’m in Windsor, CO. How do you get yours in the mail? I don’t get one in my mail.

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35 Robin February 22, 2012 at 7:07 AM

I could not reply to the email that was sent, so, We normally get the Safeway, Kings, Sprouts, and Sunflower ads with our Tues mail.
We have not signed up or anything to get them, they just come. But lately, they have not been coming til Wed. We do get them every week though. Just delays me shopping by a day, so it has been great to find your website and get a jump on things when you have the stores listed on Tues. So thanks very much.

And I am in Westminster.

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36 Kristen February 22, 2012 at 10:38 AM

Usually, if you subscribe to a paper (they always have the ads in them on Weds.), you won’t get them in your mail as well. But if you DON’T have a paper delivered/subscription, you get them in your mail. Although…we don’t get ANY in our mail at PO here in Dillon. :( Total bummer. I have to remember to grab a free Summit Daily paper to get all the ads on Weds.

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37 Jennifer February 24, 2012 at 9:09 AM

Usually the ad will appear on the Kings website sometime Tuesday afternoon.

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38 AMY February 21, 2012 at 4:17 PM

What is an “A” price on cans of tuna? I have been couponing for 9 months now and haven’t seen any great deals yet so I usually just buy the store brand because it’s usually the cheapest.

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39 teresa February 22, 2012 at 2:02 AM

There was a sale on them about 6 months or so ago at King Soopers. I think it’s under the store on this site too. I got them for under 50 cents a can. That was without any coupons; just a great sale.

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40 teresa February 22, 2012 at 2:36 AM

Here are the sales this week that I see online with 3 different stores in the denver area. there are different brands on sale too (if that matters to you).
I just checked out Safeway and they have their “chicken of the Sea” tuna on sale for .79 cents a can. That’s better than full price, but not to stock up on. That’s for the 5 oz can.
OR
Albertsons StarKist Tuna .79 cents a can, Bumble Bee Tuna for .79 cents a can, Chicken of Sea Tuna is on sale for $1 (not good)
OR
King Soopers Bumble Bee Tuna for .69 cents a can.

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41 Nicole February 22, 2012 at 11:15 AM

I’ve been couponing for about a year, and this is my take:
Most coupons I’ve seen are for pouches – I’ve only ever been able to score them free once – I usually buy those when I can get them $.25-$.49 each (I’ll pay the higher price because they are better to take to work – no stinky tuna water). The pouches are 2.6 oz though, compared to 5.4-5.6 oz cans.
When cans go on sale I’ve been seeing them around $.59 – $.79 each – but you are getting twice as much as the pouch.
I did score some Starkist Autentico cans for free a little while back, but I’m a little scared to try them. LOL. I got the sweet&spicy chili one and was thinking I’d try making fried tuna wontons (fingers crossed).

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42 andrea February 22, 2012 at 7:24 PM

Family Dollar at 96th and Federal is having a grand opening sale with starkist 2/$1!

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43 AMY February 23, 2012 at 1:37 PM

Thanks for all the feedback on tuna. I’m glad to hear I haven’t been paying too much buying the store brands at $0.69 – $0.79 and I will watch for sales to get them for $0.50 each and stock up then.

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