Albertsons Deals for September 7-13

by Kate from Frugal Living NW on September 6, 2011

Print off Albertsons Coupon Policy to store in your coupon organizer in case you run into a problem.  Make sure you check the current list of Catalina promotions before you plan your deals.

It looks like we’ll be getting doubles again this Sunday. We’ll post more unadvertised deals by Saturday morning.

PRODUCE DEALS

Whole Seedless Watermelon on sale $.49/lb

Green Cabbage on sale $.69/lb

Green Beans on sale $.99/lb

Bartlett Pears on sale $.99/lb

Leaf Lettuce on sale $1.29/lb

Russet Potatoes (10 lb bag) on sale $1.99 each

Dole Salad kits on sale $1.99 with weekly ad coupon (limit 4)

MEAT DEALS

Foster Farms whole fryer on sale $.99/lb

Pork Ribs, Steaks & Assorted Loin Chops on sale $1.99/lb

Albertsons Ground Beef on sale $3.99/lb

Albertsons Bacon (16 oz) on sale $3.99 with weekly ad coupon (limit 2)

Mahi Mahi, Sockeye Salmon portions or Swordfish Steaks (wild caught) on sale $4.49 each

GROCERY DEALS

Albertsons beans, tomato sauce or tomatoes (15 oz) on sale $.49 with weekly ad coupon (limit 12)

Franz Big or Cracked Wheat bread on sale $1.67 with weekly ad coupon (limit 3)

Homelife Bath Tissue (12-24 ct) or Awesome! Paper towels (6-8 ct) on sale $4.99 with weekly ad coupon (limit 2)
*This is an okay price if you need toilet paper.

Ronzoni Garden Delight Pasta (if included) on sale $1
Use $1/1 coupon from 5/15 SS insert
FREE after coupon

Lean Cuisine on sale $1.88
Buy 4
Use $1/4 coupon
$1.63 each after coupon when you buy 4

Jamba All Natural Smoothies on sale $2.49
Use $1/1 coupon or here
$1.49 after coupon

Yoplait Splitz or Kids Yogurt (4 pk) on sale $2
Buy 2
Use $.75/2 coupon from 8/7 GM insert, here or here.
$1.62 after coupon when you buy 2

Michelina’s Entrees on sale $1.25
Buy 5
Use $1/5 coupon, here or here
$1.05 each after coupon when you buy 5

Yoplait Cups or Yoplait Greek Yogurt (6oz) on sale $1
Buy 2
Use $.50/2 coupon from 7/31 or 8/14 SS insert or here, $.30/1 coupon
$.70 each after coupon when you buy 2

Starbucks Ice Cream (1 pt) on sale $3
Use $.75/1 coupon or $1/2 coupon
As low as $2.25 after coupon

Filippo Berio Extra Olive Oil on sale $6.99
Use $1/1 coupon
$5.99 after coupon

General Mills Promotion: Buy 10 participating products, Save $5 instantly and get 25 Bonus Box Tops (code will print at checkout).
Final prices reflect promotional savings.

Green Giant Canned Vegetables on sale $.50 after promo savings

Betty Crocker Traditional Brownie Mix on sale $.99 after promo savings

Gold Medal Flour (4.25-5 lb) on sale $1.99 after promo savings

General Mills Cereals (Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Trix) on sale $2.49
Use $1/1 Trix coupon, $1/2 coupon from 8/14 SS insert or here, $1/3 coupon from 8/7 GM insert
As low as $.99 after coupon & promo savings

Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper Bonus Packs on sale $1
Buy 3
Use $.75/3 coupon from 7/17 or 8/14 SS insert or $1/5 coupon from 8/7 GM insert
$.30 each after coupon & promo savings when you buy 3

Hamburger Helper Skillet Meals Catalina Promotion (Hamburger, Chicken and Tuna Helper)
Buy 3, Get $1 Catalina towards Tuna, Chicken or Hamburger meat purchase
Buy 4, Get $1.50 Catalina towards Tuna, Chicken or Hamburger meat purchase
Buy 5, Get $2 Catalina towards Tuna, Chicken or Hamburger meat purchase

****Deal Scenario****
Buy 6 Hamburger Helper = $6
Buy 4 Green Giant Vegetables = $4

Use (2) $.75/3 Hamburger Helper coupons (-$1.50)
Get $5 Instant Savings (-$5)
Pay $3.50, Get $2 Catalina towards next Tuna, Chicken or Hamburger meat purchase
$3.50 after coupons plus $2 off next meat purchase
*Thanks, Coupon Connections!

Betty Crocker Specialty Potatoes on sale $1
Buy 2
Use $.50/2 coupon or here
$.25 after coupon & promo savings

Betty Crocker Mississippi Mud Bars, Premium Brownie Mix or Supreme Bar Mix on sale $1.99
Use $.75/1 coupon from 8/7 GM insert, $.75/2 coupon from 8/7 GM insert or $.75/2 coupon from 8/28 SS insert
As low as $.74 after coupon & promo savings

Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza on sale $1.50
Use $.50/2 or $1/4 coupon from 8/7 GM insert, $1/3 coupon or $1/4 coupon
$.67 each after coupon & promo savings

Totino’s Rolls Snack on sale $1.50
Buy 2
Use $.40/2 coupon from 8/7 GM insert or here
$.80 each after coupon & promo savings

Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts on sale $2.49
Use $1/1 coupon
$.99 after coupon & promo savings

Cascadian Farm Product on sale $4.49
Use $1/1 coupon
$3.49 after coupon & promo savings

Pillsbury Breakfast Sandwiches, Egg Scrambles or Toaster Strudel on sale $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon, here or here or $.50/2 coupon from 8/7 GM insert or here
As low as $1.49 after coupon & promo savings

Yoplait Frozen Smoothie on sale $2.49
Use $1/1 coupon or $.75/1 coupon from 8/7 GM insert
As low as $.99 after coupon & promo savings

New to couponing?  Check out the Ultimate Guide to Couponing here.

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{ 32 comments… read them below or add one }

steph September 13, 2011 at 12:10 pm

For the ten products save 5 dollars can you buy more then ten at a time and still save all the money.

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Roxane September 9, 2011 at 1:18 pm

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Brooke September 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Not albe to print the Betty Crocker specialty potatoes coupons … keeps saying I have already printed the numbered allowed but I know I never printed either before. I had my mom check if she could print it from her computer and it told her the same thing … bummer

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Christa September 9, 2011 at 10:26 am

I tried to print the Betty Crocker coupon too, but figured I would try the next button that pops up after it tells you that you’ve already printed the limit. It will take you to Pillsbury, where they have a $1/3 Betty Crocker potato coupon instead. I think they reached the print limit on the old coupon, so you can’t print it anymore. I think the new coupon is a better deal!

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Pat September 8, 2011 at 6:45 pm

Can you dbl. a 1 dollar catalina? If so how- just put with some product and the doubler? One cat I have says for meat but the other one has no product mentioned on it.

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Cathy September 9, 2011 at 3:56 pm

I don’t think you can double a catalina…

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Miss Jay September 9, 2011 at 6:08 pm

It depends on your store and the catalina. If the Catalina says “Manufacture Coupon” my Albertsons treats it as a regular mani and doubles it.

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Jill September 8, 2011 at 2:36 pm

is that a good price for the progresso? I have a $1/4 and then that could be double to $2/4. So that would make each can .79 cents each…if I did my math right (I’m going off the promo price of $1.29 ea can).

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Kate September 9, 2011 at 9:15 pm

Nope that’s a good price.

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Felicia September 8, 2011 at 10:45 am

im sorry the ronzoni garden delight is NOT included

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Sally September 9, 2011 at 12:26 pm

Thanks Felicia, you saved me a trip!

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Felicia September 8, 2011 at 10:44 am

the ronzoni garden delight is in included in the 10/10 sale.

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kara September 7, 2011 at 10:17 pm

Today I went to albertsons. I bought 10 hamburger helpers, and used 2 of the $1/5 coupons. So they were .30 each, and then I also got the $2 off meat purchase catalina. Then, I did another transaction the same way, with the same coupons. Then I turned around and used those 2 $2 catalinas on the buy one get one chicken. Total I got 20 hamburger helpers and almost 5 pounds of chicken for 7.48

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kbrigham September 6, 2011 at 10:23 pm

I don’t know how to edit the end of that, but what I was trying to say is that even if you reach 20 qualifying items, you won’t get $10 off, only $5. So you have to split it up.

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kbrigham September 6, 2011 at 10:21 pm

Just so you guys know, if you have a top foods, they also have a buy ten or more, save five dollars. But they’re hamburger helper bonus packs are $1 to start with, so they end up being .50 a piece after the promotion. If you use a $.75/3 coupon, they’re .25 a piece if you buy in multiples of 3, as long as you add something else in to get up to 10 items. Oh, and another thing…you only earn one $5 off per 10 items, so make sure you split up transactions.

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KShauers September 6, 2011 at 9:40 pm

Lean Cuzine reached print limit already…??…bummer.

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krystal September 6, 2011 at 7:41 pm

general mills cereal is $2.49 after promotional deal??

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Carla September 6, 2011 at 7:38 pm

Just FYI. I almost bought some of the Mahi Mahi a few weeks ago on sale until I realized it was per piece – per very small piece. It looked to be maybe 4 or 6 ounces. At the same time, Safeway had it for about $8.00 a pound which was a much better deal.

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Kate September 6, 2011 at 9:37 pm

Thanks for the information. I’ll keep that in mind when I see prices.

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Jennifer September 6, 2011 at 5:13 pm

The Ronzoni $1/1 Q actually expires on the 10th, so we wouldn’t be able to use it.

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charolyn September 6, 2011 at 10:14 pm

This sale starts tomorrow-the 7th, and is free even without a double-so just use it by the 10th!

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Jennifer September 7, 2011 at 5:42 am

That totally makes sense. I was so focused on doubles I didn’t even think of that. Thanks!

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christi September 6, 2011 at 5:08 pm

If you are going to place a special order for this weeks sale. Do you need to do it today (tuesday) or can you do it on Wednesday? Also can you do it over the phone or do you have to go in person? Never done one – and want to for this week. Thanks so much!

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Donaca September 6, 2011 at 9:53 pm

It depends on your store. Call and ask to speak to the frieght mgr.

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Jessica September 6, 2011 at 5:03 pm

Where is the $0.75/3 Hamburger helper coupon at? I cant seem to find it. . .Thnx!

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Iris September 6, 2011 at 3:11 pm

With the General Mills promotion, if anyone doesn’t have a school to donate their 25 bonus boxtops + 10 bonus boxtops (from a separate print-out you would receive in most cases), please think of me! I would love to collect any codes that you will not be using. iris.cox at gmail dot com

I have kids in 4th, 3rd and kindergarten at a Portland public elementary school.

Thanks!

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Annie September 6, 2011 at 3:07 pm

so $2 for a 10 pound bag of potatoes seems awful cheap – has anyone made french fries and or mashed potatoes and frozen them?

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Melody September 6, 2011 at 3:40 pm

That’s the best price I’ve seen in a LONG time. I made the Oven Fries from this recipe and they came out perfect. You cook them briefly, then flash freeze and then fully cook when you are ready to eat. They came out deliciously crispy and froze really well! http://thecouponproject.com/2010/04/guest-post-what-to-do-with-10-pounds-of-potatoes.html

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Annie September 6, 2011 at 8:27 pm

THANKS! Bookmarking now! I figure I can make mashed potatoes and french fries a LOT cheaper then even the boxes (though if we can get the 50/2 and doubler they’d be free this week – thats hard to beat :) )

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Melody September 7, 2011 at 2:44 pm

Free is hard to beat, but these taste eight zillion times better, I promise!

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Jess September 6, 2011 at 2:47 pm

Id rather do
6 Hamburger Helpers ($6)
4 Green Giant Veggies ($4)
-$5 instant savings
-$1.50 from (2) 75¢/3 Hamburger Helper
Pay $3.50 and get $2 catalina = like paying $1.50
essentially FREE with doubles! :)

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Jess September 6, 2011 at 2:49 pm

Alright! You changed it from 5 and 5 for this better deal!

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