Monday, January 25, 2010

Fred Meyer: 1/24-1/30

There are a few deals worth mentioning at Fred Meyers this week, so I'll share them with you here. For a more complete matchup of this week's ad- you'll want to visit Kim at Puget Sound Prudence!

Kettle Brand Chips: 2/$5
Use $1/1 from 1/13 SS, $1 blinkie, or $1 Kettle Brand printable coupon
Final Price: $1.50 each

Kraft Shredded Cheese: 4/$5 (with in-ad coupon)
Use $1/2 printable or from 1/24 SS insert
Final Price: 75¢ each

Pillsbury Grands Biscuits: 2/$3
Final Price: $1 each
(If you print three coupons, you can buy 6 rolls for $6 and get back a $4 catalina, making them only $2 for 6. If you can only print 2, and buy 4 tubes for $4, you'll still get back a $2 cat. I wouldn't actually pay for these but it might be a good deal to you.)

FM also has in-ad coupons this week that will make canned veggies, tomatoes, and beans a mere $0.50 each. The limit varies from 8-10 depending on what you buy. This is not an amazing price, but it is a decent chance to stock up- especially if you're just starting out.
Thanks Kim!!


  1. Hi I am new to couponing and don't know what catalina means. I find the codes hard to break. I have a blog on frugal canning you might be interested in. I live in Olympia and hope we can put together a frugal day in Puget Sound and invite all local Frugalistas to come and share ideas.

  2. Hi Frugal Fraulein! A catalina is a coupon good for your next pruchase at the store you earned it from. So, at the end of your transaction, the cashier will hand you your receipts and whatever prints from the Catalina machine (sometimes ads, sometimes coupons, and in this case a catalina coupon good for your next purchase). They usually have an expiration date of 2 weeks. I hope that helps some!

  3. Hi Maygan, Thanks for the link. I just read your comment on the Fred Meyer post about the Pillsbury coupon. I totally missed that one. I do agree on the Grand Deal, I think I am going to skip it this time. I actually still have a freezer full still!