**Edit: Turns out the Easy Macs are NOT apart of the Spend $10, Save $3 promotion, but it’s still a good deal. After thinking it through, I figured out a sweet scenario:
Buy 4 Easy Mac cups ($1/each) = $4
Use (2) BOGO coupons (-$2)
Use $1/2 coupon (-$1)
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
FREE with $1 overage — which should work since the double does not result in overage, the BOGO coupons do.
This is extra sweet because it only requires one double. Combine this with a Spend $10, Save $3 and use the $1 overage to cover some of your cost from the promo.
Rebecca spotted a great deal combining Albertsons doubles, coupons and the Spend $10, Save $3 Instantly promotion. Kraft Easy Mac Cups are included in the promotion, though are not pictured in the ad. You will need two computers to access the needed coupons if you don’t already have them in your stash.
Buy 9 Easy Mac cups ($1/each) = $9
Buy 1 additional item from the $1 category = $1
Use (3) BOGO coupons (-$3) — Now I can’t find the coupons on the site. Where did they go? They were also in the 5/3 Parade.
Use (3) $1/2 coupons (-$3)
Use 3 Albertsons doubles (-$3)
Receive promotion savings (-$3)
FREE with $2 overage
Since the coupon & double amount does not exceed the purchase price of the items (the promo savings are listed as a separate line item), you should get the overage — it has worked for me every time.
You must have at least $2 in additional items in this transaction — produce, meat, dairy. Even if your family doesn’t eat Easy Mac, you can still do this transaction, get $2 in free food and you can donate them to a family who will eat them.
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