Albertsons 10/26-11/1 {Free Redbox Rental}

October 25, 2011 13 Comments | Disclosure

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KEY:

No star: Good price, you may as well pick it up if you’re there (if you need it).
★- means prices are better than generic/wholesale/mass store prices, buy a few if you need it!
– means this is when we stock up!!! {aka Extreme Couponing… done right}

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Albertsons Produce Deals

Avacodos med .99¢/lb

Apples: Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Red Delicious  .99¢/lb

Fresh Broccoli  .99¢/lb

Russet Potatoes $1.99 10 lb bag

Celery  .89¢ each

Dole Classic Salad .88¢ each

Red Grapes .88¢ each

Albertsons Meat Deals

Not seeing anything worth blogging about this week. Hope you got your Zaycon Chicken! Maybe it is not too late. 

 Albertsons Ad Store Coupons

Childs Play Tootsie Roll Candy 3.5 lbs $6.49

Albertsons Coupon Match-Ups

Healthy Choice Entrées $2.22
Use $1/3 Healthy Choice Frozen Meals 10/2 SS
Final Price: $1.89

★ Rhodes Warm N Serve Rolls $2.50
Use $0.75/1 Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls 8/28/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
or $0.75/1 Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls 7/10/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
or $1/1 Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls 8/8/2010 RP Insert (exp 11/30/2020)
or $1/1 Rhodes Warm-n-Serve Rolls (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price as low as $1.50

★ Eggo Waffles $2
Use $0.50/3 Kellogg’s Eggo Frozen Products
Final Price $1.83

★Pillsbury Breakfast Sandwiches and Scrambles $2.50
Use $1/1 Pillsbury Grands Frozen Bread (IE) Printable (FF)
or $1/1 Pillsbury Frozen Scrambles or Biscuit (IE)  Printable (FF)
or $1.10/1 Pillsbury Frozen Egg Scrambles OR Biscuit
or $1/1 Pillsbury Frozen Egg Scrambles or Biscuit 9/11 GM
Final Price $1.40

★Franz Bread $1.77
Use $1/1 Franz Bakery Product (if you printed)
Final Price .77

★ Prego $1.25
Use .75/2 Prego Coupons {We told you about}
Final Price .87

★ Wheat Thins $2.50
Use  $1/1 Wheat Thins Flavored Product
Final Price $1.50

Tyson Breaded Chicken $6.99
Use $0.75/1 Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips 10/2 SS
Final Price $6.24

Tabasco $1.79
Use $0.75/1 Tabasco Sauce 9/18 SS  (exp 10/31/2011)
Final Price $1.04

★ Argo Corn Starch 16 oz or Baking Powder 12 oz $1.29
Use $.30/1 Argo Baking Powder 10/23/2011 RP Insert (exp 1/2/2012)
or $0.30/1 Argo Baking Powder
or $0.30/1 Argo Baking Powder 10/2/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
or $0.35/1 Argo or Kingsford’s Corn Starch
Final Price as low as .94

Free Red Box Promo

Get a free redbox rental when you buy any one of these products…

★  Bayer 100 ct $5.49
Use $1.00/1 Bayer Aspirin Product
Final Price: $4.49 plus Free Redbox Rental!

★  Alka- Seltzer Plus 20 ct $5.49
Use $3/2 Alka-Seltzer Antacid AND Plus Cold Product
or $1/1 Alka-Seltzer Antacid or Plus Cold Product
Final Price: $3.99 plus Free Redbox Rental!

★   Aleve 40-50 ct $5.49
Use $2/1 Aleve Product coupon 
Final Price:  $3.49 plus Free Redbox Rental!

★   Flintstones Vitamins $7.49
Use $1/1 Flinstones Vitamin coupon
Final Price: $6.49 plus Free Redbox Rental!

★  One a Day Vitamins $7.49
Use $1/1 One A Day coupon for vitamins
Final Price: $6.49  plus Free Redbox Rental!

Buy 10/$10 get the 11th FREE {1ST PIC 1ST EMAIL}

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

★ Campbell’s Soup Condensed Creams  $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use $0.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soups
or $0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soup 9/11 SS
or $0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soups 10/2 SS
Final Price: .70

★ Yoplait Greek Yogurt  $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use $0.50/2 Yoplait Greek Yogurt
or $0.50/2 Yoplait Greek Yogurt
or $0.50/2 Yoplait Greek Yogurt
or $0.50/1 Yoplait Yogurt 9/11 GM
or $0.50/2 Yoplait Greek Yogurt 10/2 GM
Final Price: .65

★Ro-Tel Tomatoes  {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use $0.55/2 Rotel Tomatoes and Green Chilies 10/2 SS  {Not in Idaho}
Final Price: .62

★ Hunts Tomatoes  {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use $0.45/3 Hunt’s Canned Tomatoes 10/2 SS {Not in Idaho}
Final Price: .75

★  Pedigree Canned Dog Food $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use B1G1 Pedigree Dog Food Cans 9/18 RP (exp 10/29/2011)
Final Price: .45 each

★ Dawn Ultra Dishwashing Liquid 9 oz  $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}
Use $0.25/1 Dawn Dish Washing Detergent 10/2 P&G Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
Final Price: .65

★  Scotties Facial Tissue $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

★ Banquet Brown & Serve Sausage  {$0.90 wyb 10}

★Albertsons Rice Mix or Canned Peaches  {$0.90 wyb 10}

★ Healthy Choice Soups  {$0.90 wyb 10}

★ Soft Soap Liquid Soap 7.5 oz  $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

Hunt’s Snack Pack 4pk  {$0.90 wyb 10}

Homelife Paper Towels $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

Shoppers Value Foam Plates 30 ct $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

Michelina’s Zap em Gourmet Entrées {$0.90 wyb 10}

Super Chill Soft Drinks 2 ltr  {$0.90 wyb 10}

Simply or Minute Maid Juice Singles  {$0.90 wyb 10}

Rosarita Beans {$0.90 wyb 10}

Cascade Ice Sparkling Juice  $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

Max Velocity Energy Drink $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

9 Lives Canned Cat Food $1 {$0.90 wyb 10}

Save $5 on $15 Airwick Gift Card Mall Promo

Spend $15 on participating Airwick products. Get $5 toward a Gift Card Mall purchase.

Various Money Saving AirWick Coupons

FAB With Out a Coupon

Cheetos, Lays Kettle Chips, Fritos Corn Chips $1.99

Keebler Cookies $1.99 ( See ad for varieties)

Albertsons Apple Juice 64 oz $1.99

Capri Sun Drink $1.99 10 pk

Albertsons Microwave Popcorn 3 pk .99

Comments

  1. You know it’s a bad week at Albertsons when the header reads “Free Redbox rental”. no read stars :(
    oh well maybe next week

  2. wow this is the saddest week i have seen.

  3. There will be doublers this Sunday to sweeten some deals. Take your coupons in the store to search for some good finds!

  4. Couponcoocooections has reported that we are getting doubles this weekend.

  5. Any news of doubles? It could really help turn this into a red star week

  6. never mind then :)

  7. I wonder if we’ll get them in Montana this week.

    • Do you know why Montana gets doubles and Wyoming doesn’t? The Billings Gazette had them about 3 weeks ago in home delivery to Billings but the same paper at Albertsons in Wyoming did not have doubles.

  8. Still snooze!

  9. okay fellow couponners i need some advice/ HELP!! I sat down today while my wee one was napping (which never happens) and decided to look over my budjet for the next couple of months, or at least until christmas. I started to hypervenalate. Christmas is less than two months away and i havn’t even started to shop at all!!! Yikes!!! So here is what i need help with from my fellow money saving ladies. We are a family for four that consists of myself, my husband, a nine year old, and a three year old. We live pay check to pay check every month and i mean we are literaly scroungin the couch cooshins for nickles and dimes by the end of each pay check. I have been doin this coupon thing for about six months now and have read enough of everybodies post to know that i can do better than i am now, at least untill the holliday season is over. I spend 300 dollars on groceries each month how do i reduce that to have some extra money for the hollidays. That 300 pays for every thing we eat and all the toiletries and household products for the month. My bigest problem is the meat. My husband is the kind of mad who needs some kind of meat protien with every meal!! If any of you have any advice please i could use it thank you.

    • EVERY time I go into any Albertsons store, I go to the meat section and find the clearance meat. Any meat that is marked down will have a store coupon peelie on it to reduce the price by anywhere from $1.00 to $3.00 off. Depending on when it needs to be sold by and how big the package of meat is, you can get some GREAT deals. I have, on one occasion, gotten ground turkey for FREE! It was a B1G1 sale and they each had a $3.00 coupon on them so it ended up being free. While this is very rare, it happens, so I always make sure I check, even if I am well stocked and don’t really need anything. (You can freeze it for later! :)) There are often Hormel Pork coupons out and if you find some pork marked down, you can pair it with a Hormel Manufacturers coupon to get a great deal.

      Right now, there are many toy/movie coupons coming out to print and if you print them now, they should still be good in a month when Black Friday hits. Sometimes there is a GREAT deal on a particular toy and if you have a great coupon to go with it, it may be almost no cost! :)

      Good luck to you!

    • Lyndsi -if you can take advantage of the Zaycon meats like chicken and ground beef. See if you can split an order with a friend or relative. Also -might sound a little weird/out there, but it is worth a try- how about posting something on craigslist? Something to the effect of “Free night of babysitting in exchange for groceries!” LOL. You never know until you try it right? Maybe a family has hunters that have a load of fresh/frozen elk, turkey etc. Also, I really like Debra’s suggestions below. Great way to stock up on some meats. Good luck!

  10. Beans will help stretch your meat out. Dry beans are super cheap. They are full of fiber and protein, and are the best thing you can eat nutritionally (I’m a dietitian). Soak them overnight, throw out the water, put fresh water in and cook them in a crockpot all day (Don’t add tomatoes until the end if using in a soup, or they won’t get soft). You can then, package them up in small ziplocs and throw them in the freezer to use for soups, chilis, nachos, burritos, etc w/ only half the meat you would normally use. Refried bean dip is great (Use pinto beans to make refried beans and cook w/ 6 or more cloves of garlic, puree in the blender when fully cooked w/ a little water. This freezes well, also.). Lentils and split peas are great for soups – and only take an hour or two to cook. Most of the time, I don’t soak any of our beans and we don’t have gas issues – that’s the reason to get rid of the water and soak. Drink more water ’cause they’re so high in fiber and don’t start eating them every night until you are used to them. (You can also use Beano – a few drops work really well.). They are actually really easy to use and help w/ wt loss (great w/ all the holiday treats!) because they are so filling. Rice, potatoes, and pasta also help stretch the food budget (especially when bought in bulk or w/ coupons). Hope this helps, Good luck!

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