Albertsons Double Coupon Deals 11/11-11/13

November 8, 2012 25 Comments | Disclosure

{Stock Up On Cambell’s Skillets, Healthy Choice Baked Entrees, International Delight Creamers Money Makers,  and FREE Muir Glen and Cranberries!}

Albertsons Double Coupon Deals (or TWICE THE VALUE)


TIPS for shopping with double coupons at Albertsons:

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★- means the price is better than generic/wholesale/mass store prices!
– means this is when we stock up!!! {aka Extreme Couponing… done right}
No star: If we don’t star an item but it is listed here, that means it is still a decent price. It’s not necessarily better than any competitor’s price, but it will save you a trip across town.

Albertsons Ads vary by region. This ad match-up is reflects deals for the Northwest Region (CA, OR, WA, ID, MT, NV, & WY ).


Remember, you can double those dollar coupons you earned in The More You Shop, The More You Save Promo!  All money makers are from resulting catalinas printed AFTER checkout.

Click HERE to see a full match-up of this weeks Albertsons Ad!


  1. Thank you! Does this list include the new coupons coming out Sunday?

    • @ Belle: No, this doesn’t include coupons coming out this Sunday. Watch for Ang’s or Becky’s shoppping trips, though, they usually include the Sunday inserts. :)

  2. Is it just me….or does it seem like there aren’t alot of good deals this weekend?

  3. If I were to double a $.60 coupon and the item price was only $0.99 – would that give me an overage of $0.29 that could be applied to the rest of my cart or would it pay out $0.29?

    • @ Jessica, unfortunately, Albertsons doesn’t allow overages with doubles or round-ups. Your coupon will simply double to the cost of the item, making it free. The money makers listed in this post are from resulting catalinas that print out after transactions, not overages. Does that make sense?

      • I thought Albertson’s changed their policy a few months ago and now gives overages. Every time I shop there with doubles I receive overage.

        • Per their policy, they allow overages when the face value of the coupon exceeds the price of the product but not when they are doubling your coupon or rounding it up. Sometimes it does happen but it isn’t supposed to.

  4. Hi thanks for the great list! I noticed for the Nestle chocolate chips you only listed the printable – there is also:
    Nestle Toll House morsels $.75/2 12/31/2012 11/04/2012 SS
    Nestle Toll House morsels $.50/1 11/30/2012 09/09/12 RP

  5. Is it confirmed that all of the $1 coupons are manufacturer coupons and not store coupons?

  6. If an item is a buy 2 receive $1., then do I have to buy 2 per transaction or would I receive $3. If I bought 6 in one transaction?

  7. Isn’t the Pompeian Olive Oil $1.49 after the cat? Sounds like a terrific price on olive oil!! :)

  8. Was Albertson tonight checking out some prices…
    ★ Febreze Fabric Refresher – $2.99
    Double $1/1 Febreze Fabric Refresher (P&G 10/28/12)
    Final Price: as low as $0.99

    I didnt see any Febrese for $2.99, the Lysol fabric softner was $2.99…are there coupons for that?

    • I went to get the febreeze this morning also and it was not 2.99.

      • I’m sorry you both aren’t finding it for $2.99 :( I do my shopping at the Cherry Lane and Meridian Albertsons. That’s where I found it–I don’t remember it saying it was a manager’s special, but maybe they just didn’t have the tag up?

  9. Have a question about this deal:
    ★ Healthy Choice Baked Entree – $2.00
    Buy 2, Get $1 Coupon
    Double (2) $0.75/1 Healthy Choice Baked Entree printable
    Final Price: $.50 Moneymaker

    Buy 2 = $4
    Use 2 $0.75 coupons (-$1.50)
    Use 2 doublers (-$1.50)
    Pay OOP = $1
    Get $1 CAT
    How is it a moneymaker?

  10. I went and did my double coupon shopping this morning and the clerk would not allow me to double the $1 coupons that you receive at the register after participating purchase is made. She stated that even though the coupon is a manufacturer coupon, they still are not allowed to do it because the doubled register coupon does not match up to any product. I felt that she was wrong, but the line was long and I didn’t feel like holding up the line to wait for a manager to be called over and weigh in, especially since I had no proof or policy to back me up. What can I do in the future to address this situation, because I know I didn’t save near as much money as I had planned on with this promo since I didn’t get to double those register coupons :-(

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