Albertsons Double Coupon Deals for November 18-20

by Krista from Frugal Living NW on November 16, 2012

Doubles coupons are here! Here are the details on Albertsons double coupons:

  • Each double coupon will double the value of a manufacturer’s coupon up to $1 each, as long as you do not profit from using the coupon.
  • You can use up to 3 double coupons per transaction, up to 3 doubles transactions per shopping trip.
  • The double coupons are only available in the Sunday newspaper, not at the customer service desk.
  • Albertsons double coupons are technically “Twice the Value” coupons, which means they will double the value of coupons labeled “Do Not Double.”
  • Double coupons are not valid on coupons valued at $1.01+.
  • Albertsons will double an internet printable coupon.
  • These double coupons are valid Sunday-Tuesday (November 18-20).

{FREE AFTER DOUBLE}

Dreamfields Pasta (13.5 oz) on sale$2
Use $1/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
FREE after coupon & double

International Delight Coffee Creamer (16 oz) on sale $1.99
Use $1/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.99)
FREE after coupon & double

Ocean Spray Fresh Cranberries (12 oz) on sale $1.99
Use $1/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.99)
FREE after coupon & double

Knorr Recipe, Sauce or Gravy Mix (.9 oz) on sale $1
Use $.50/1 coupon from 11/11 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
FREE after coupon & double

Beggin’ Strips Dog Treats (6 oz) $3.99
Buy One, Get One Free
Buy 2
Use Buy One, Get One FREE coupon from 10/14 SS insert
FREE after coupon

{OTHER GREAT DEALS}

Yoplait Simplait Yogurt (6 oz) $.75
Use $.30/1 coupon from 10/7 GM insert or here
Use Albertsons double (-$.30)
$.15 after coupon & double

 

Swanson Chicken Broth (14 oz) on sale $.59
Buy 5
Use $.40/5 coupon from 11/4 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.40)
$.43 each after coupon & double

Del Monte Green Beans (14.5-15.25 oz) on sale $.69
Buy 4
Use $.50/4 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.44 each after coupon & double

Campbell’s Condensed Cream Soups (10.75 oz) on sale $.79
Buy 4
Use $1/4 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.29 each after coupon & double
*Stock-up price!

Stop Top Stuffing (5-6 oz) on sale $1
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.50 each after coupon & double

Carnation Evaporated Milk (12 oz) on sale $1
Buy 2
Use $.50/2 coupon from 9/30 RP insert or here
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.50 each after coupon & double

Nabisco Crackers (9-15 oz) on sale $1.99
Buy 2
Use $.75/2 coupon from 11/11 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.75)
$1.24 each after coupon & double

Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables (10-14.4 oz) on sale $1
Use $.35/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.35)
$.30 each after coupon & double

Tillamook Sour Cream (16 oz) on sale $1.69
Use $.75/1 coupon - Facebook
Use Albertsons double (-$.75)
$.19 after coupon & double

Libby’s Vegetables (15 oz) on sale $1.25
Buy 4
Use $1/4 coupon from 11/11 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.75 each after coupon & double

Marie’s Dressing (11.5-12 oz) on sale $3
Use $1/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1 after coupon & double

Sara Lee Pound Cake (10.75 oz) on sale $3
Use $1/1 coupon from 9/30 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1 after coupon & double

Mrs. Smith’s Pies (37 oz) on sale $3.50
Use $1/1 coupon - Facebook
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1.50 after coupon & double

Progresso Recipe Starters (18 oz) on sale $1.34
Use $.50/1 coupon from 11/4 SS insert or here
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.34 after coupon & double

Bear Creek Pasta (11.3-12.1 oz) $2.49
Use $1/1 coupon from 10/14 SS
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.49 after coupon & double

Nutella Hazelnut Spread (13 oz) on sale $3.49
Use $1/1 coupon from 10/21 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1.49 after coupon & double

Keebler Club Crackers (8-16 oz) on sale $2
Must Buy 4
Buy 4
Use (2) $1/2 coupons
Use (2) Albertsons double (-$2)
$1 each after coupons & doubles

Jingos Crackers (7.5 oz) on sale $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from 9/30 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.99 after coupon & double

Real Medleys Quaker Oatmeal Cups (2.64 oz) $1.99
Use $.50/1 coupon from 11/4 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.99 after coupon & double

Barilla Whole Grain Pasta on sale $1.50
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon from 10/21 SS
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.50 each after coupon & double

Nestle Cookie Dough (24 ct) on sale $2.50
Use $.75/1 coupon from 10/7 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.75)
$1 after coupon & double

Betty Crocker Cake Mixes (15.25 oz) on sale $1.25
Buy 4, Get 1 FREE Betty Crocker Ready to Spread Frosting
Buy 4 Cake Mixes
Buy 1 Frosting
$1 each after sale

Kraft Marshmellows (10 oz) on sale $1.29
Buy 2
Use $.50/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.79 each after coupon & double

Celestial Seasonings Tea (20 ct) on sale $2.50
Use $1/1 coupon from 10/7 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.50 each after coupon & double

Kellogg’s Krave Cereal (11.4 oz) on sale $2.75
Use $.70/1 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$.70)
$1.35 after coupon & double

C & H Brown or Powdered Sugar (2 lb) on sale $2.49
Use $.50/1 coupon from 11/4 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$1.49 after coupon & double

Fleischmann’s Yeast (3 pk) on sale $1.29
Use $.40/1 coupon from 11/4 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.40)
$.49 after coupon & double

Argo Corn Starch (16 oz) on sale $1.49
Use $.40/1 coupon from 9/30 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.40)
$.69 after coupon & double

Hefty Foam Plates (24-50 ct) and Bowls (50 ct) on sale $2
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon from 9/30 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1 each after coupon & double

Dawn Dish Soap (9 oz) $1.69
Use $.50/1 coupon from 10/28 P&G insert
Use Albertsons double (-.50)
$.69 after coupon & double

Carefree Liners (20 ct) $1.49
Use $.50/1 coupon from 10/28 SS insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.49 after coupon & double

My Holiday, My Albertsons Promotion: Buy 4 participating Nestle products plus any Butterball fresh or frozen whole turkey or Lil’ Butterball roast, receive $10 Catalina
*See weekly ad for all participating products.

***Deal Scenario***
(1) Butterball Roast (48 oz) on sale $10.99
(4) Carnation Evaporated Milk (12 oz) on sale $1
Use (2) $.50/2 coupons from 9/30 RP insert
Use (2) Albertsons doubles (-$1)
Pay $12.99, Get $10 Catalina
$2.99 total after coupons, doubles, promo & Catalina
*My store had plenty of roasts in stock, but be warned the picture in the ad makes the roast look much larger than in reality!

Instant Savings Spotlight: Buy 10 participating products, Save $5 instantly
*See weekly ad for all participating products. Prices listed reflect the $.50 per item savings. Remember, you must purchase 10 participating items to get the instant savings.

Kraft Cool Whip (8 oz) on sale $.99
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-1)
FREE after coupon, double & savings

Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls (9-12 oz) on sale $1.99
Use $.55/1 coupon from 11/11 RP insert or 10/14 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.55)
$.89 after coupon, double & savings

Best Food Mayonnaise (22-30 oz ) on sale $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from 11/11 RP insert
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.99 after coupon, double & savings

Betty Crocker Specialty Potatoes (4.5-6.6 oz) on sale $.99
Buy 2
Use $.50/2 coupon from 10/7 GM insert or here
Use Albertsons double (-$.50)
$.49 each after coupon, double & savings

Dixie Napkins (12-100 ct) on sale $1.99
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.99 each after coupon, double & savings

Charmin Basic Big Roll Bath Tissue (12 ct) on sale $5.49
Use $.25/1 coupon from 10/28 P&G insert
Use Albertsons double (-$.25)
$4.99 after coupon, double & savings

Bounty Basic Regular Roll Paper Towels (8 ct) on sale $5.49
Use $.50/1 coupon from 10/28 P&G  insert
Use Albertsons double ($-.50)
$4.49 after coupon, double & savings

Starbucks Coffee (11-12 oz) on sale $6.99
Buy 2
Use $3/2 coupon
$5.49 each after coupon & savings

French’s French Fried Onions (6 oz) on sale $2.49
Use $.50/1 coupon
Use Albertsons  double (-$.50)
$1.49 after coupon, double & savings

Kraft Salad Dressing (14-16 oz) on sale $1.99
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$.99 each after coupon, double & savings

Knorr Homestyle Stock (4 pk) on sale $2.49
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon
Use Albertsons double (-$1)
$1.49 each after coupon, double & savings

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{ 94 comments… read them below or add one }

suzie November 19, 2012 at 3:58 pm

i spent 17.96 on 70.00 worth of stuff 5, 12 packs of pop 4 4 packs of yogurt and 10 fuze beverages and 5 jimmy dean breakfast bowls

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Howard November 19, 2012 at 1:48 pm

THANKSGIVING PROCRASTINATORS, TAKE NOTE!
The TTVs are good for FIVE days, till 11-22, and not the usual 3 days.
So if you need more time, you have till Thursday, assuming your store is open that day.

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gloria November 19, 2012 at 8:16 pm

Thanks for noticing that! I am THAT procrastinator!

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Howard November 18, 2012 at 9:36 pm

Nice trip to Alby’s today (3 transactions):
11.1 lbs yams, $5.34 (48 cts a lb)
2 Bear Creek pasta mixes, 98 cents for both
Intl Creamer, free, 1 cent overage.
2 Steamfresh bags, 60 cents for both.
1 Celestial Seasonings tea, 50 cents
2 Sara Lee pound cakes, $2 for both.
1 Mrs. Smith’s pie, $1.50
Total spent $10.91.

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charolyn November 18, 2012 at 9:59 pm

I had to laugh at the yams-they were called Jumbo & truly I have never seen any so big before! They do look really good though:-)

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Howard November 19, 2012 at 1:47 pm

I know, they looked like melons! But I found about a dozen that were more or less normal. FM has them for 49 cents.

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Christie November 18, 2012 at 8:54 pm

Don’t forget about the $5 butterball rebate!!! Found the deal in November All you magazine. Find the mail in form at http://www.butterball.com/savings …. I had to look around a little bit to find the print out form link, but it is there.
I got a 5.5 lb turkey retailed at $18.26 for $3.26!!!
Happy Holidays All!!!

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Glen November 18, 2012 at 9:43 pm

Thanks for reminder. Completely spaced that.

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charolyn November 18, 2012 at 10:00 pm

If it is the one I saw-the “rebate” on the fine print is 5-$1 coupons-good on any butterball product -which I believe is only meat-correct me if I am wrong-so didn’t look too impressive to me.

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suzie November 18, 2012 at 7:14 pm

there is 1.00 off (1) dr. pepper 12 pack or dr pepper ten 12 packs on smartsource.com they are 4 for 12.00 use 4 $1.00 off coupons 3 doublers and pay 5.00 for 4 = 1.25 each awesome deal!

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Glen November 18, 2012 at 9:42 pm

Very nice price

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helen November 18, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Today I used my $10 catalina (from the BB promotion) combined with my $5 reward plus a $3 huggies coupon to get a $20,72count box of diapers for my grandson. Paid $1.99 plus tax love to help out when I can

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charolyn November 18, 2012 at 4:15 pm

Honey Bunches of Oats is $2.50 & I had a $1.00 cat (from a while ago-so check your stash) & it is a manu coupon, so doubled & I got
cereal for .50 :-)

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Kirsten November 18, 2012 at 1:22 pm

Albertsons on NE 25th sold out of the $10.99 BB. They tried to order more and distribution is out. I told the lady about the promo and she said it was the first they heard and that would explain why they had none at 10am this morning – normally they know of these amazing coupon deals and plan accordingly. So if you bought more than one at my Albie’s this morning, boo!

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Glen November 18, 2012 at 6:59 pm

None of the small ones were left in Keizer. The meat counter guy said someone came in and bought 27 of them and that they would be out till tuesday.

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rebecca November 18, 2012 at 8:15 pm

Glen…I was at the keizer store at 6 am this morning and there were 4 in the freezer. I got 2, another lady by me got one and there was still one left when I walked away. Not sure how someone got 27…but there were a few left real early. Hope you get one one Tuesday. Good luck. ;)

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Glen November 18, 2012 at 9:42 pm

We went ahead and bought an 11 pounder. Luckily have some freezer space. The meat counter guy said it was for some kinda food giveway on the 27, not sure when they bought them. The checkout lady said there were a few this morning left. It’s what we get for sleeping in ;)

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Howard November 18, 2012 at 10:44 am

Could not print Dreamfields cpn, maybe because I’d done it earler. Also, the SteamFresh 35-cent cpn is for whole grain products only. Guess I can eat healthy this one time.

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yvonne November 18, 2012 at 9:05 am

I did not get any TTV today in my two Sunday papers. Am I the only one?

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Nikole November 18, 2012 at 9:09 am

Today they are on a full size albertons piece of newspaper feeling ad folded in half but they are there, I almost missed them though!

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LisaAnn November 18, 2012 at 2:15 pm

There hasn’t been any in the Albany Democrat Herald (Albany OR) for 2 weeks now. However the Oregonian and Statesman did had them.

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fabiola November 18, 2012 at 8:01 pm

LisaAnn- I dont think I have ever seen doublers in the Albany Democrat Herald. Thats why I either buy the Oregonian or Statesman for doublers.

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JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) November 20, 2012 at 1:50 pm

The Herald does not carry the doublers, only the bigger papers.

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Glen November 17, 2012 at 8:32 pm

So I have the $3.00 off any BB turkey with purchase of 4 packages crescent rolls, green giant canned veggies, Betty Crocker stuffing or boxed potatoes manufacturers coupon. Anyone know any good deals to take advantage of that other than the crescent rolls. I’m not finding coupons for any of the others.

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suzie November 18, 2012 at 7:22 pm

the betty crocker potatoes r 1.49 and there are .50 off coupons with the TTV u would do this :

butter ball turkey lets say 20.00 on a turkey
use $3.00 off store coupon for turkey AND the 3.00 off
butter ball manufacturer turkey coupon
4 boxes betty crocker potatoes (5.96)
(2) .50 off 2 coupons they are in an insert
2 doublers

pay : 17.96 and get back $10.00 catalina

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Glen November 18, 2012 at 9:39 pm

Thanks for response:) We ended up going earlier. I only had one of the potato coupons and the price they were I would’ve paid more trying to get the coupon vs generic potatoes so I gave up on it. Still good deals today. Ended up just getting enough for the 39 cent a lb 2nd turkey. Gonna be doing a lot of freezing lol

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Raven November 17, 2012 at 7:52 pm

Does anyone know how the doublers work? Can I got through the checkstand and buy all my items at once as long as I have enough doublers to match my coupons? I heard somewhere you want to use your doublers, then you can only buy 3 items at a time. If that is the case, I am just wondering how the above listed deal would work the. (where u buy 10 of the promotional items, you get $5.00 back)

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Glen November 17, 2012 at 8:29 pm

Raven

You can use 3 doublers per transaction. So on the buy 10 you can buy 10 items but only double coupon on 3 of them. You can then do 2 more separate transaction with doubles (if you have them) in a given trip from what I understand (I’m sure someone will correct me if I’m wrong:)

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charolyn November 18, 2012 at 9:00 am

Yes Glen you are correct :-)

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Nicole November 17, 2012 at 7:38 pm

Question:

At albertsons right now they have playtex tampons for 7.69. There are the b1g1, plus the 1.00 off 1. Now albertsons also has their own 2.00 off 1 manufacturer coupon. Can all of those be combined with the double to bring the cost down to 1.69 for 2 boxes?

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charolyn November 18, 2012 at 9:01 am

If the Albertson’s coupon is a manu coupon and not a store coupon-you can NOT combine it with the manu $1 coupon-look closely & see if it might be a store coupon (usually written across the top).

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Tana November 17, 2012 at 7:11 pm

Has anyone worked out any other scenarios to go with the turkey roast other than the canned milk?

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Glen November 17, 2012 at 8:12 pm

There’s a $1/2 coupon for the libby’s pumpkin in 10-28 RP from what I hear. You can also go to verybestbaking.com coupon section for coupons on the milk as well as the nestle morsels. Not sure how the final prices work out though.

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Darla November 17, 2012 at 8:11 am

Nobody is really talking about the Spend $50 in one transaction, get a 5% off your next purchase coupon. This coupon is a barcode to scan that prints at the bottom of your receipt. If you are spending $50 to get a turkey, you will get this coupon – you can use it on your second transaction of any amount (if you use it on your next $50 transaction you will get a new one.) The five percent is discounted BEFORE coupons!

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yvonne November 17, 2012 at 9:07 am

I have never spent more than $20 at Albertsons per month, not to mention $50 per transaction. I only shop there for the TTV. I am sure other’s will agree that one needs a lot of help spending $50 without buying overpriced items.

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cheryl November 17, 2012 at 12:50 pm

Yvonne- me too. I only go for the twice values. Seems like a lot of times prices are so high. And I end up frustrated. I am not as comfy in these stores either.

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Serenity November 17, 2012 at 7:32 am

If anyone uses SavingStar there is a $1 thingy for Maries that you can add to your card also. I am new to SavingStar so have no idea really how it works. Just saw that it matched up with this.

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Howard November 18, 2012 at 10:31 am

Because SavingStar is linked to your card, you may not be able to combine it with a mfr cpn (although I think it MIGHT work, because it’s a delayed saving). You can’t take money out of SavingStar acct till you hit $5 bal.

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Howard November 18, 2012 at 10:32 am

Now that I think of it, I used Lipton and Pure Leaf tea cpns this summer at Albertsons, and also got the SavingStar money credited.

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nicole turner November 17, 2012 at 6:32 am

General question… Was it only red plum that came in this weeks paper?

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Angela November 17, 2012 at 7:50 am

No, there was a SmartSource as well.

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Lorri F. November 18, 2012 at 11:04 am

there was a Red Plum this weekend? Shoot I’ll have to dig my 5 papers out of the bin b/c I only saw the Smart source.

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Randi November 18, 2012 at 11:28 am

There was only a smartsource and doublers in this paper. No red plum.

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Howard November 18, 2012 at 9:30 pm

The question was posted Saturday, so I believe Angela’s reply was in reference to the prior Sunday paper, Nov 11, which had RP and SS. Today, Nov 18, had just the SS.

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Kari November 17, 2012 at 5:50 am

FYI, the butterball roasts are in the freezer aisle, not by the turkeys.

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Lee November 17, 2012 at 10:12 am

Location of the roasts varies by store. My smaller Albertsons (NW West Union) has them mixed in with the turkeys.

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Jessica November 16, 2012 at 10:21 pm

Becky the one off of padden never has anything except the best cashier ever Julie . Try the one in salmon creek.

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Becky November 17, 2012 at 6:48 am

I’ll have to check that one…. I have only gone to it once… and you’re right they rarely ever have anything (but I do admit their clearance meat is amazing! I have picked up enough to stock my entire freezer for quite a while for almost nothing), but it’s right down the street from my house so it’s more convenient for me to go to. And I’ve checked the freezer too, never found them… but I will certainly check that one, thanks =)

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tia November 17, 2012 at 12:45 pm

I go to that store too and I love Julie!

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Grace November 17, 2012 at 2:20 pm

Julie is great!

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Anne November 18, 2012 at 4:27 pm

I was able to get one at the Padden Parkway Albertson’s this morning – they were in the frozen section, mixed in with the turkeys……..this was one of my better experiences at Albertson’s as I was actually able to use all of my coupons and everything was in stock.

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Becky November 16, 2012 at 10:16 pm

What store did you go to that you found the Turkey Roasts at? I live in Vancouver and the one off Padden Parkway doesn’t have them…. I work in Gresham so I can hit the one off 181st and the one in Troutdale to get them because it’s a great deal. I just don’t want to run around trying to find them… the one in Vancouver did not even have any clue about what I was talking about when I asked them, lol.

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Nicole November 16, 2012 at 9:26 pm

I could just hug that catalina machine! In the course of my transactions I scored the following coupons:
(2) $1.50/$9; (2) $1/$3 produce; $2 off meat; $1.50/ frozen food; $2/ pretzels (free bag); free eggs; and a free 2 Ltd of soda! Not every transaction pumped them out fyi.
Did anyone else experience some magic?

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Dani November 16, 2012 at 9:55 pm

Yes, yes, and yes! I love all the Albertsons coupons lately. I must be on Santa’s good list this year…whew, finally!

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lynette November 16, 2012 at 8:39 pm

catalina for $2.00 is printing out when you buy 10 of the fuze drinks.which are on the mix and match when you buy 10 for .50 cents each.

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Nikole November 16, 2012 at 7:01 pm

I could not find the Libbys coupon and for the Quaker Oatmeal Target mobile coupon has a buy 2 get 1 free and you can use your 50 cent off coupons making them cheaper than what it would be here. Also the Knorr recipes I had a 50c/2 coupon not 50c/1. Am I missing something?

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LeeAnn November 16, 2012 at 4:33 pm

Just a heads up the bogo for begging strips has a 3.75 limit on it so every 2two you buy will cost you .24 cents

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Samantha November 16, 2012 at 3:09 pm

Was the Beggin Strip coupon regional? I got the ss insert that week but I don’t have that coupon (I live in Albany,OR).

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Shelley November 16, 2012 at 3:24 pm

Was there a SS insert on 11/14? I think that was a Tuesday. Did you possibly mean 11/11? Or did I really miss something?

I am looking for the Beggin strip coupon for my puppy….

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Shelley November 16, 2012 at 3:25 pm

Nevermind. Just saw that it says 10/14, not 11/14. I need more sleep.

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Nicole November 16, 2012 at 2:40 pm

Thank you Jamie!!

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Jamie November 16, 2012 at 2:35 pm

Nicole-Yes, the Butterball catalina rolls. I did it 6 times already :)

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Nicole November 16, 2012 at 2:28 pm

Does anyone know if the Butterball catalina will roll??

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Cheryl November 16, 2012 at 3:14 pm

Nicole- I am laughing on that one. Your wording struck me.
If a Butterball is good and plump I am sure it will roll.
Sorry, I know you are looking for a real answer, but I had to share the laughter on that one.

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Nicole November 16, 2012 at 9:28 pm

Cheryl- Lol! I think I’m going to be plump enough to roll after all these butterballs!!

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Brooke November 16, 2012 at 2:00 pm

My knorr recipe/sauce/gravy mix coupon is for $0.50/2 … maybe the $0.50/1 is regional?

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Nicole November 17, 2012 at 8:48 am

Mine is $0.50/2 also…bummed I won’t get it free but $0.50 each isn’t a bad price. Might pass on this one, though, and use my TTV’s on more Progresso Recipe starters. :)

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LisaAnn November 16, 2012 at 1:16 pm

I just start couponing at Albertsons and I have a question that I hope someone can help me with. In the Albertsons ad of 11/14 there is an offer that says 10 for 10. There is also an offer that is 10 for 10 mix and match. Now I understand that on the mix and match that you have to buy 10 participating items in total to get the discount. However what about the offer that is just 10 for 10? Do you have to buy 10 to get the $1.00 price per item? Any help would be appreciated.

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Elena November 16, 2012 at 1:33 pm

10 for 10 just means they are priced at 1.00 each. You don’t have to buy 10 items.

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yvonne November 16, 2012 at 1:33 pm

You don’t have to buy 10 in the 10 for $10 deals.

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Howard November 17, 2012 at 5:29 am

Sometimes they have a reminder in the ad saying mix and match, buy one, buy two, buy as many as you like. But it’s really just a marketing ploy to make one think she has to buy 10.

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cherynnnia November 19, 2012 at 8:58 am

darn it I feel like a fool now I have been buying ten items. Grrrr… Guess I still have alot to learn. Just when I think I’m getting the hang of all this.

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Nikole November 16, 2012 at 1:13 pm

How does that dog treat brggin bacon strips coupon work? If the stores promotion is bogo and the coupon is bogo wouldn’t it just make the same one free or have to still pay for it? Can someone break it down for me and how it works?

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Abby November 16, 2012 at 2:06 pm

Albertsons lets you use a BOGO Q on a BOGO sale item making both items free.

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Randi J November 16, 2012 at 2:19 pm

I did this deal on Wednesday, the coupon is good for Buy 1, Get 1 free (up to 3.75). They are priced at 3.99 a bag, so you would pay .24 cents for every 2 bags you get. Which breaks down to being .12 cents a bag. I got 8 bags and only paid .96 cents OOP.

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M November 17, 2012 at 6:03 am

The Albertsons in Oregon City does not allow a bogo coupon on a bogo sale.

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Letty November 18, 2012 at 12:23 am

I used a bogo MQ on a bogo sale with the razers a while ago. I had no problem with it…

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Howard November 17, 2012 at 5:28 am

These will be great next time I’m in the doghouse.

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Andris November 17, 2012 at 8:42 pm

Nice Howard. Nice. Good for a smile and snack when you mess up ….. thanks

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Darla November 17, 2012 at 8:05 am

Just remember that the beggin’ strips coupon has a max value of $3.75 so you are paying $3.99 – $3.75 = $.24 (plus sales tax where applicable). Also, don’t count on the stores having these in stock – plan to pick up a raincheck if they are out.

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Miss Steph November 18, 2012 at 3:27 pm

When a store has a BOGO sale, basically what they’re saying is, “This week, we’re okay with you buying two, but only paying for one.” When you have a manufacturer BOGO coupon, basically what they’re saying is the same thing. Generally, if you look on a manufacturer BOGO coupon, there is a place where the cashier fills in the cost of the item…that is what the manufacturer reimburses the store. (Usually there is a maximum amount, so that the store doesn’t charge some ridiculous amount for the item.) So, what winds up happening is the store sells you two items, charges you only for the first item (the second becomes your free item), and the BOGO coupon then pays for the first item (up to the maximum), which the store then gets reimbursed for by the manufacturer. Love it!

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Cheryl November 16, 2012 at 1:10 pm

Oh, I cant wait til Sunday morning. I have 2 coupons I got from the register last week $1.50 off $9 or more and $1.50 off $10 or more.
Also have a $1.50 catalina.
My goal is to get as much as possible for $14.50 out of pocket.
2 times thru the register.
I might make it 3 times, since their is the catalina still for Campbells Cream of soups. Buy 5 get $1.50 cat. This would make them 9 cents each.
.79 x 5= 3.95 -$1/4 coupon = $2.95 -doubler $1 = $1.95 out of pocket, then $1.50 catalina. Final price $0.45/5 :) Hope it works.

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Cheryl November 16, 2012 at 3:16 pm

Has anyone ever had one of the $1.50 off $10 print outs from the register at Albertson’s? Does the $10 amount mean before or after Mfc Coupons? Can I use it with another $1.00 of catalina?
Do I have to use it at the same store?

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Lorri F. November 16, 2012 at 3:44 pm

I was woundering the same thing. I have a few $1.50 off $15 I’d like to use it on the Butterball deal

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Cheryl November 16, 2012 at 3:56 pm

I think I will call the store after work today and ask my questions. I will let you know what they say. I will be calling Sherwood store. Unless I have to use it at King City where I got it.

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LeeAnn November 16, 2012 at 4:30 pm

My store rings up 1.50 off 10.00 before Q but cant dbl this one since it is a store Q however o have used these with manQ without any issues.

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Howard November 17, 2012 at 5:27 am

You can use those cats at any store. Pretty sure if you read the fine print it will say it applies AFTER all other cpns and discounts, although I have seen cashiers scan these ahead of mfr cpns. I think you can combine these in one transaction, not sure about that, but it should work.

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Darla November 17, 2012 at 8:03 am

It will work before coupons although it says differently.

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Miss Steph November 18, 2012 at 3:02 pm

When it says, “…after all coupons and discounts,” it’s only referring to any other store coupon(s) or discount(s). The reason they do this is because, hypothetically, you could purchase ten dollars’ worth of items, use a $1.50 off $10 store catalina AND one or more store coupon(s), and wind up getting two different discounts on the same items, both of which ultimately come out of Albertsons’ pocket. If you are trying to reach a minimum requirement in order to use a catalina (i.e., $1.50 off $10), make sure that you are over $10 AFTER using your store coupons, then use your store catalina, and finally, your manufacturer coupons.

cheryl November 17, 2012 at 12:49 pm

I called the store and they said yes I could use it at any store.
The gal also told me I should be able to use it before Mfc coupons if I just hand the cashier that one first. I will be nervous…but we will see.

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ipon70 November 17, 2012 at 8:18 pm

All you do is run your stuff through before you give your albertson’s card. Then scan your catalina and then your card.

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fabiola November 17, 2012 at 12:12 pm

Cheryl, is the “great for cooking soups” included in the catalina? I thought it was just for the condensed soups… If they are included that would be awesome!

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cheryl November 17, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Fabiola-
Thanks for the heads up. I reviewed queen bees site and found a picture of the catalina. It did say not valid on the great for cooking.
Thank you. Oh well. 29 cents is good.

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cheryl November 18, 2012 at 8:55 pm

Ok, so the $1.50 of $9 is after coupons.
I did 3 transactions.
2 pasta, 2 jalapeno pepper jars $2
4 cruton bags, 3 bananas, 3-4 onions, 4 cream of soups tea. About $2.69
2 turkey bacons, 1 lb pork ground pork sausage, 4 packs steamer veggies, 1 box tea. About $6.69

I used 9 coupons with doublers, thanks to my neighbor, $2 off produce, $2 off meat, $1.50 of $9 and $1.50 catalina to get these prices.
Final was just under $11.
Couldn’t use my other $1.50 off $10, but so happy because I expected a total around $16. Yahoo!
Of course I had to go back to the store because my sweet husband was helping bag and he bagged up some display items that we did not buy. I had to laugh. He was embarrassed.

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