Safeway: Golden Grain Pasta $.34 per box

by Brittany from Frugal Living NW on October 29, 2011

Golden Grain Pasta is on sale this week at Safeway and there is a coupon to pair with it.

Golden Grain Pasta on sale $.89
Use $.55/1 coupon
$.34 each after coupon

Thanks, SimplisticSavings!

Make sure you check the current list of Catalina promotions before you plan your deals. See more Safeway deals here.

Most of these deals use a Safeway double coupon, which is available at Oregon & SW Washington (Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, Clark, Skamania & Klickitat Counties) Safeways only. You can double up to 4 manufacturer’s coupons per transaction, up to $.50 each. You may not double a coupon marked with “Do Not Double” or an internet printable coupon. The double coupon is found in the weekly ad at the bottom of the middle page and look’s like this:

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Kari October 29, 2011 at 10:33 pm

Seems that some companies let you print multiples, for instance the ConAgra? site let you print up to 10 coupons, you could choose to print 1o for their peanut butter or mix and match. I think, that some companies just choose to let people print different amounts?
Kari

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Jennifer Anderson October 29, 2011 at 7:18 pm

FYi, these coupons worked just fine and scanned fine even though they have the same number. Shouldnt be a problem

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Kathy October 29, 2011 at 10:18 am

I want to coupon without totally ripping people off so I want to know when I go to print this coupon, my printer window pops up and I am able to change the quantity of coupons I print. I know their intent is to only give away one coupon, but if I print 2 coupons and they have the same bar codes on them, does that mean that the store will only be reimbursed for one? If they will be reimbursed for both, I am comfortable using two but not at the price of ripping off the store (please don’t tell me I am ripping off the manufacturer by printing two because I could print two if I also used my husband’s name and e-mail address but am trying to save a step).

Also, the fine print says NO DOUBLING; who polices this?

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Patricia October 29, 2011 at 10:46 am

Internet coupons let you print two coupons per computer. The store will get their money for two coupons used, the coupons will have different numbers on them so you are not ripping off the store. The price show here is without doubling. Hope that helps :)

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Jennifer Anderson October 29, 2011 at 1:00 pm

This coupon prints with the same barcode. I did it twice also and they have the same bar code but oddly enough, so do target coupons. BAsically, you police yourself in not trying to get it to double if the fine print says no doubling.

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