Here are the best deals at Fred Meyer this week. The Fred Meyer ad runs Sunday-Saturday in the Pacific Northwest. Find the full list of this week’s Fred Meyer deals, including a printable list feature, here.
Garnier Fructis Shampoo (10.2 – 13 oz) on sale $2.50
Use $2/1 coupon from 3/1 RP insert (regional, not in the Oregonian)
$.50 after coupon
Hamburger Helper (5 – 12.2 oz) on sale $1.00
Use $.50/1 coupon from 3/1 SS insert
$.50 after coupon
Large Navel Oranges on sale $.69/lb
Fred Meyer Milk or Orange Juice (1/2 Gallon) on sale $.99 with in-ad coupon – limit 6
Skippy Peanut Butter (15 – 16.3 oz) on sale $2.00
Use $.55/1 coupon from 2/8 SS insert
$1.45 after coupon
Asparagus on sale $1.69/lb
Silk Soymilk, Almondmilk or Coconutmilk (1/2 Gallon) on sale $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from 2/8 RP insert
$1.99 after coupon
Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage (9.6 – 12 oz) on sale $2.99
Use $1.50/2 coupon from 2/8 SS insert
$2.24 after coupon
Green Mountain Coffee (12 oz) on sale $4.99 with in-ad coupon – limit 4
Use $1/1 coupon
$3.99 after coupon
Boneless Chuck Pot Roast on sale $3.99/lb
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The TP deal worked great although the Hazel Dell store doesn’t seem to stock the 16 roll pack so I went to the one on Grand. They also had the Suave Naturals for 1.49 each, so with the 3/2 they were all free.
Wow, there are some awesome unadvertised deals at Freddie’s this week!
Need TP? There is a $5.00 catalina printing when you buy $20.00 worth of Kimberly Clark products. The 16 pack (not 12!) pack of Scott TP is priced at $5.99.
I bought the lilac colored soft variety and used the $2.00 and $3.00 catalinas from the Kotex deal plus two 75 cent coupons from the Smart Source. It worked out to $4.36 per 16 pack plus the $5.00 cat back. If you consider the $5.00 cat, it is $3.11 per 16 pack! Super deal even if you only have the Smart Source coupons.
This deal is totally unadvertised at Freddies, but is advertised at QFC, the other Kroger affiliate. So happy it worked at my fave store.
Also the high value $3.00 Bic coupon is a great deal. I purchased the bonus pack of the women’s Silky Smooth razors – 12 razors instead of 10. Priced at $3.29 less $3.00 coupon equals 12 razors for 29 cents! The 10 pack for men was also priced at $3.29.
Last deal I found was the Johnsonville sausage. The ad indicated select varieties and pictured the fully cooked. I had a Smart Source coupon for a $1.00 for this variety making the final cost $1.99. Note I found these by the lunch meat and bacon, not with the other pork products in the meat case.
Have a groovy day everyone!
PS I’m in Seattle so I hope the $5.00 cat works in Oregon as well!
The kotex deal is still going on for anyone still interested through March 11th. The white box of tampons and many pads are still 2.99, buy 2 get a $2 and $3 catalina. There are coupons out there. I had several u by kotex tear pad coupons I found a few months ago at rite aid. I went today and the shelves were fully stocked.
Thanks Heather the pickings were pretty slim this weekend. Great score with the tear pad coupons.
Appreciate the update-I was wondering if the prices were the same this week, I did it several times last week & am thinking I will a few more tomorrow. Even without coupons-.50 for tampons is a great deal & quite good for pads too.
Don’t try the liners-I did & it didn’t work for me-only gave the $3/2 cat.
The white box tampons and pads were 2.99 (regular price) but the black box tampons were 4.39 instead of 3.99. Catalina’s were not advertised on tags at store I went except for some liners. I went to the 82nd and Johnson Creek store.
Annie’s mac and cheese is $1 this week. When you buy one you’ll get a catalina for 75 cents/2, then when you buy two you’ll get a cat for $1/3, then when you buy three you’ll get a cat for $1.25/4.
Do Catalinas allow you to roll? If I buy one, get the .75/2 cat, and then buy 2 and use the cat, would i get the $1/3 cat on that purchase,? Could I continue and keep rolling them up?
Catalinas generally do roll, and Christy’s posted comment leaves no doubt about this.