The Albertsons Doubles are only good until Tuesday so I threw the boys into the car and headed over to see what deals I could snag. This trip turned out to be a perfect example of how couponing actually can help to purchase healthy food. Here’s what I bought:
– (3) $1/1 Orowheat product
– (2) $2 clearance stickers on the Jennie-O (only due to the outside paper being torn!)
– (3) $1 Albertsons Doubles
Total after coupons= $6.77 Plus, because I bought three Orowheat breads I can register my receipt online and receive a FREE ECO-TOTE, how fun is that?!
So the bread was only $.50 each and the ground turkey was only $2 each. Good deals in my book.
Other scenarios could be:
Buy 3 Vitamin10 Waters on sale for $1
– (3) $1/1
– (3) $1 Albertsons Double
= $3.00 overage! Use this to buy some fresh produce and you have another example of using couponing to purchase healthy food.
Tropicana50 Juice on sale for $3
– $1 Albertsons double
= $1 Good price for good juice
Wishbone Bountiful Salad Dressing on sale for $2.69
– $1 Albertsons Doulble
= $.69 Tuscan Romano Basil is my personal favorite salad dressing
There are so many other options, I usually pull out my high dollar coupons for the products I would like the most and then check the prices to find the best way to use the Doubles.
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