Albertsons Double Coupon Match-ups (15 Freebies!) 10/16-10/18

October 13, 2011 115 Comments

Albertsons Double Coupon Deals (or TWICE THE VALUE)

Deals good 10/16-10/18

Remember that Twice the Value coupons will only be available in your newspaper. So make sure you have a newspaper subscription so you do not miss out.

Make sure you load and update your SavingStar coupons!

Keep checking back for more updates on this post!

HOT Links to Deals We Are Already Talking About:

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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Fifteen Freebies:

Colgate & Oral B Toothbrush $1.00
Double $.40/1 Colgate Adult or Kid’s Manual Toothbrush 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011) (only includes Plus Brush)
or $0.75/1 Oral-B Toothbrushes 10/2/2011 P&G
Final Price Free!

Crest & Colgate Toothpaste $1.00
Double $0.50/1 Crest Toothpaste or liquid gel 10/2/2011 P&G
or $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011)
or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011)
Final Price Free!

Birds Eye Bagged Vegetables $1.50
Double $1/1 Birds Eye or Steamfresh WYB Mrs. Paul’s
or $1/1 Birds Eye or Steamfresh WYB Mrs. Paul’s (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price Free (wyb Mrs. Paul’s)

Franz Bread Big White or Cracked Wheat $1.99
Double $1/1 Franz Bakery Product
Final Price Free

Lance Crackers 10 oz $2.00
Double $1/1 Lance Minis Sandwich Crackers
Final Price Free

Tic Tacs $1
Double $1/2 Tic Tac Single 10/2 RP Insert (Not in Idaho Tic Tac coupons on eBay)
Final Price Free!

Pillsbury Grands Biscuits $1.50/$1.00
(Must buy 10 products, see General Mills Promo below)
Double $0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands or Jr. Biscuits
or $0.30/2 Refrigerated Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits from 8/7 or 9/11 or 10/2 GM
or $1/2 Pillsbury Grands or Grands Jr. Biscuits (IE) Printable (FF)
or $0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands or Grandss Jr.
or $0.40/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr.
Final Price FREE!

Sweet Moments $2.49/$1.99
(Must buy 10 products, see General Mills Promo below)
Double $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts 8/7 or 9/11 GM Insert
or $1.10/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
Final Price Free!

Pillsbury Breakfast Sandwich or Scramble $2.49/$1.99
(Must buy 10 products, see General Mills Promo below)
Double $1/1 Pillsbury Egg Scrambles or Biscuit Sandwiches 10/2 or 9/11 GM
or $1.10/1 Pillsbury Frozen Egg Scrambles OR Biscuit
or $1/1 Pillsbury Frozen Scrambles or Biscuit (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price Free!

Yoplait Frozen Smoothie $2.49/$1.99
(Must buy 10 products, see General Mills Promo below)
Double $0.75/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie
or $0.75/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie 9/11/2011 GM
or $1/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie
Final Price Free!

Dr. Pepper Ten $1.69
Free Dr. Pepper Ten 10/9/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/21/2011)
Final price: FREE!

Nabisco Cookies (full size Packages) $2.99
Nabisco Cookies 8 oz $2.49
Nabisco Cookies 4 oz $1.00
Double $1 Nabisco Cookies,4-26oz AND Gallon of Milk (Facebook or Tearpad)
Final Price: $.99-FREE plus the cost of milk

Gerber Graduates Lil Entrees $1.99
Double $1/1 Gerber Graduates Lil’ Entrees
Final Price: Free!

UP2U Gum $1
$1/1 UP2U Gum Packs 10/9/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
or Double $1/2 UP2U Gum Packs 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/20/2011)
Final Price: Free!

Ball Canning Funnel $1.99
Double $1/1 Ball Accessory Item 7/10/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
Final Price: Free

Albertsons Coupon Match-Ups

★ Chobani Yogurt 6 oz $1.00
Double $0.30/1 Chobani Yogurt
Final Price $.40

Colgate & Oral B Toothbrush $1.00
Double $.40/1 Colgate Adult or Kid’s Manual Toothbrush 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011) (only includes Plus Brush)
or $0.75/1 Oral-B Toothbrushes 10/2/2011 P&G
Final Price Free!

Crest & Colgate Toothpaste $1.00
Double $0.50/1 Crest Toothpaste or liquid gel 10/2/2011 P&G
or $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011)
or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011)
Final Price Free!

Green Giant Boxed Vegetables $1.00
Double $0.60/3 Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables 10/2 GM
or $0.60/3 Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables 9/11 GM
Final Price $.60

Spaghettios $1.00
Double .50/5 SpaghettiOs Coupon {if you printed already}
Final Price $.80

Birds Eye Bagged Vegetables $1.50
Double $1/1 Birds Eye or Steamfresh WYB Mrs. Paul’s
or $1/1 Birds Eye or Steamfresh WYB Mrs. Paul’s (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price Free (wyb Mrs. Paul’s)

Franz Bread Big White or Cracked Wheat $1.99
Double $1/1 Franz Bakery Product
Final Price Free

Lance Crackers 10 oz $2.00
Double $1/1 Lance Minis Sandwich Crackers
Final Price Free

Wonka Fun Size Candies $2.00
Double $1/2 Wonka Halloween Candy Fun Size
Final Price $1

Garnier Fructis: Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Spray & Styling $2.50
Double $1/1 Garnier Fructis Shampoo or Conditioner
or $1/1 Garnier Fructis Hair Products 9/18 RP (Not in Idaho Garnier coupons on eBay)
or $1/1 Garnier Fructis Hair Style Product 8/28 RP (Not in Idaho Garnier coupons on eBay)
or $1/1 Garnier Shampoo or Conditioner (IE) Printable (FF)
or $1/1 GarnierShampoo, Conditioner or Styling
Final Price $.50

★ Glade Products $2.50
Double various Glade coupons
Final Price varies

★ Lysol Fabric Mist $1.99
Double $0.50/1 Lysol Neutra Air Aerosol or Fabric Mist
Final Price $1

★Reynolds Baking Cups $1.29
Double $0.25/2 Reynolds Baking Cups 10/2/2011 SS
Final Price $1.04

Tic Tacs $1
Double $1/2 Tic Tac Single 10/2 RP Insert (Not in Idaho Tic Tac coupons on eBay)
Final Price Free!


General Mills Box Tops Promo

Purchase any 10 participating items and save $5.00 instantly. Essentially a $.50 discount per item wyb 10. You will also earn 25 box tops for your school ($2.50 value) and $1 will be donated to Susan G Komen foundation.

Cheerios 14 oz $2.49/$1.99
Double $1.10/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals
or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals
or$0.75/1 General Mills Original Cheerios
or $1/3 General Mills Cereals 10/2 GM or 9/11 GM
or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios 9/25/2011 SS
or $1/2 General Mills Original Cheerios Cereal
Final Price $.49

★ Cinnamon Toast Crunch 12.8 oz $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1.10/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1/3 General Mills Cereals 10/2 GM or 9/11 GM
or $0.75/1 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal (I Printable (FF)
Final Price $1

Cookie Crisp 11.25 oz $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1.10/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1/3 General Mills Cereals 10/2 GM or 9/11 GM
Final Price $1

Trix 10.7 oz $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/2 General Mills Cereals
or $1/3 General Mills Cereals 10/2 GM or 9/11 GM
Final Price $1

★ Hamburger, Chicken or Tuna Helper $1.50/$1
Double $0.75/3 Hamburger, Tuna, Chicken Helper 10/2 or 9/11 GM
Final Price $.50

★ Progresso Soup: Light, Rich & Hearty or Traditional $1.79/$1.29
Double $1/4 Progresso Soups
or $1/4 Progresso Can Soups 10/2 or 9/11 GM
or $1/4 Progresso Soups
Final Price $.79

Macaroni Grill Restaurant Favorite $3.99/$3.49
Double $1/1 Romano’s Macaroni Grill Dinner Kit
Final Price $1.49

Wanchi Ferry Meal $3.99/$3.49
Double $1/2 Wanchai Ferry, Macaroni Grill or Good Earth K
Final Price $2.49

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/2 Betty Crocker Halloween Fruit Flavored Snacks
or $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks from 10/9 SS and 9/11 GM
Final Price $.99

GM Cereal Treat or Milk and Cereal Bars $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.60/1 General Mills Treat Bars or Milk’n Cereal Bar
or $1.10/2 General Mill Treat Bars
or $0.50/1 General Mills Treat and Milk’n Cereal Bars from 9/11 GM
Final Price $.80

Betty Crocker Cake $1.49/$0.99
Betty Crocker Frosting $1.99/$1.49

Double $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Cake Mix AND Frosting
or $0.75/2 Betty Crocker Cake Mix AND Frosting from 10/2 GM
or $0.60/2 Betty Crocker Cake Mix AND Frosting
Final Price $.74 or .24 each

Totinos Party Rolls $1.50/$1.00
Double $0.40/2 Totino’s Rolls Snacks
or $0.40/2 Totino’s Rolls Snacks from 10/2 or 9/11 GM Insert
or $0.40/2 Totino’s Rolls Snacks
or $0.50/2 Totino’s Rolls Snacks
or $0.40/2 from 8/7 GM
Final Price $.50

Totinos Party Pizza $1.50/$1.00
Double $1/4 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products
or $1/5 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza from 10/2 or 9/11 or 8/7 GM
or $1.10/4 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products
Final Price $.50 each

Pillsbury Grands Biscuits $1.50/$1.00
Double $0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands or Jr. Biscuits
or $0.30/2 Refrigerated Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits from 8/7 or 9/11 or 10/2 GM
or $1/2 Pillsbury Grands or Grands Jr. Biscuits (IE) Printable (FF)
or $0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands or Grandss Jr.
or $0.40/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr.
Final Price FREE!

Betty Crocker Muffin Mix $1.99/$1.49
Double $1/2 Betty Crocker or Fiber One Box Muffin Mix
or $1.10/2 Betty Crocker or Fiber One Box Muffin Mix (can’t double)
or $1/2 Betty Crocker or Fiber One Box Muffin
or $1/2 Betty Crocker Muffin Mix from 10/2 GM
Final Price $.49

★ Betty Crocker Cookie Pouch $1.99/$1.49
Double $0.40/1 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix
or $0.40/1 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix
or $0.40/1 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix 10/2 GM
Final Price $.69

Old El Paso Taco Shells $2.00/$1.50
Double $0.50/1 Old El Paso Product (IE) Printable (FF)
or $0.50/1 Old El Paso Products 9/18/2011 SS
or $0.60/3 Old El Paso Products
Final Price $.50

★ Chex Mix $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.50/1 Chex Mix printable coupons
or $0.50/2 Chex Mix from 10/2 GM
or $0.50/1 Chex Mix printable coupon
or $0.75/1 Chex buddies from 9/11 (not included)
Final Price $.99

★ Bugles $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.50/1 Bugles Corn Snacks
or $0.50/1 Bugles Corn Snacks
or $1/2 Bugles Corn Snacks
Final Price $1.00

★ Pillsbury Cookie Dough $2.49/$1.99
Double $1.50/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
or $0.75/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough 9/25/2011 SS
or $1.10/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
or $1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
or $1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
or $0.75/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough 8/7 or 9/11 GM
Final Price as low as $.99

Sweet Moments $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
or $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts 8/7 or 9/11 GM Insert
or $1.10/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments Refrigerated Desserts
Final Price Free!

★ Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and Cinnamon Rolls $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls
or $0.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls
or $0.40/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls from 8/7, 9/11, 10/2 GM Insert
or $0.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls
or $0.60/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls
Final Price $1.39

Yoplait: Delights, Go-Gurt and Trix Yogurts $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.50/1 Yoplait Yogurt 9/11/2011 GM
or $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, or Splitz Yogurt
or $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-GURT, Trix from 9/11 or 10/2 GM
or $0.85/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt coupon
Final Price as low as $1.00

Pillsbury Breakfast Sandwich or Scramble $2.49/$1.99
Double $1/1 Pillsbury Egg Scrambles or Biscuit Sandwiches 10/2 or 9/11 GM
or $1.10/1 Pillsbury Frozen Egg Scrambles OR Biscuit
or $1/1 Pillsbury Frozen Scrambles or Biscuit (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price Free!

★ Pillsbury Toaster Strudel $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel 9/11/2011 GM
or $0.50/2 Pillsbury Strudel, Scrambles or Pancakes
or $1/2 Pillsbury Strudel, Scrambles or Pancakes
Final Price $1.00

Yoplait Frozen Smoothie $2.49/$1.99
Double $0.75/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie
or $0.75/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie 9/11/2011 GM
or $1/1 Yoplait Frozen Smoothie
Final Price Free!

Fiber One Bars $2.99/$2.49
Double $0.40/1 Fiber One Bars or Brownies
or $0.40/1 Fiber One Bars or Brownies 10/2/2011 GM
or $0.40/1 Fiber One Bars
or $0.40/1 Fiber One Bars
Final Price $1.69

Fun-da-Middles Cakes $2.99/$2.49
Double $0.50/1 Fun da-middles Cupcake Mix
or $0.50/1 Fun da-middles Cupcake Mix
or $0.75/1 Betty Crocker Fun da-middles Cupcake Mix 10/2/2011 GM
or $0.50/1 Betty Crocker Fun da-middles Cupcake Mix
or $0.60/1 Betty Crocker Fun da-middles Cupcake Mix
Final Price $.99

Gardettos $2.49/$1.99
Double .60/1 Gardetto Coupon
Final Price $.79

Household Spend $30 save $10 Promo

Purchase $30 of participating products and receive a $10 catalina to Double on your next transaction. Double the preferred price to get to $30 with out going under, but stay as close to $30 as you can to maximize your savings.

Brawny Paper Towel 6 ct $6.49/$4.35
Double $0.50/1 Brawny Paper Towels 9/25/2011 SS {Idaho did not get}
or $0.50/1 Brawny Paper Towels 8/14/2011 RP {Idaho did not get}
Final Price: $3.35

Cottonelle Double Roll Toilet Paper 18 ct $10.99/$7.36
Double $0.50/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper 10/2/2011 SS
$0.75/1 Cottonelle Bath Tissue 9/11/2011 SS
$0.50/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper (Bricks coupon)
Final Price: $5.86

Sparkle Giant Roll Paper Towel 8 ct $8.99/$6.02
Double $1/2 Sparkle Paper Towels 10/9/2011 RP {Idaho did not get – find Sparkle Coupons on eBay}
or $0.50/1 Sparkle Giant Roll Paper Towels 9/25/2011 RP {Idaho did not get – find Sparkle Coupons on eBay}
Final Price: $5.02

Angel Soft Double Roll 18 ct $8.99/$6.02
Double $0.50/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue 8/14/2011 RP
Final Price: $5.02

All Laundry Detergent 25-32 load $3.99/$2.67
Double $.75/1 All Free & Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent (if this variety is included in the sale)
or $1/1 All Detergent Coupons on eBay
Final Price $.67

★ Wisk Laundry Detergent 64 load $8.99/$6.02
Double $1.00/1 Wisk Laundry Detergent , 45 oz+ (facebook coupon)
Final Price $4.02

Energizer Batteries 8ct AA or AAA $5.49/$3.68
Double $1/1 Energizer Batteries or Flashlight 10/2/2011 SS {Idaho did not get, find Energizer coupons on eBay}
Final Price $1.68

Scott Paper Towel 8 ct or Bath Tissue 12 ct $7.99/$5.35
Double $1/2 or $1/1 Scott Paper Towels 9/11/2011 SS {Idaho did not get, find Scott coupons on eBay}
or $1.00/1 Scott Paper Towels, p.138 in All You, Aug 2011
$1/1 Scott Bath Tissue 9/11/2011 SS {Idaho did not get, find Scott coupons on eBay}
$1/1 Scott Bath Tissue, p.138 in All You, Aug 2011
Final Price: $3.35

Snuggle Fabric Softener $3.99/$2.67
Double $0.75/1 Snuggle Fabric Softener Liquid or Dryer Sheet 10/2/2011 RP {find Snuggle Coupons on eBay}
Final Price $1.17

Lysol Wipes or Cleaners $2.00/$1.34
Double $.50/2 Lysol Disinfecting Wipes
Final Price $.84
Submit the try me free rebate on the Dual Action wipes from 10/11 SS and make this a moneymaker!

Clorox Bleach 82-96 oz $2.00/$1.34
Double $0.25/1 or $1.00/3 Clorox Bleach 8/21/2011 SS (exp 10/16/2011)
Final Price $.84 or $.67 each wyb 3

★ Palmolive Dish Detergent $2.50/$1.68
Double $0.25/1 Palmolive Ultra Dish Liquid 10/2/2011 SS (exp 10/22/2011)
Final Price $1.18

Kleenex Facial Tissue 3 pk $3.99/$2.67
Double $0.50 off 1 3-pack Kleenex Facial Tissues 10/2/2011 SS
Final Price $1.67

Kleenex Hand Towels $2.99/$2.00
Double $0.75/1 Kleenex Hand Towels 10/2/2011 SS
or $0.50/1 Kleenex Hand Towels
Final Price $1.00

Finish: Gelpacs, Tabs, Quantum, 25-32 ct Jet Dry $5.99/$4.01
Double $0.75/1 Finish Dishwasher Cleaner 9/18/2011 SS
or $1/1 Finish Quantum, Powerball or Gelpac 9/18/2011 SS (exp 10/23/2011)
other printable Finish Detergent coupons
Final Price: $2.01

Hefty One Zip Storage Bags $2.00/$1.34
Double $1/2 Hefty One Zip Bags 8/14/2011 RP
or $1/2 Hefty One Zip Bags 7/10/2011 RP
Final Price: $.34

Sylvania 13W CFL Light Bulbs $5.99/$4.01
Double $1/1 Sylvania CFL or Halogen Supersaver Product printable coupon
Final Price: $2.01

Huggies Diapers, Pull-up, Goodnites Jumbo pack $9.99/$6.69
Double $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants
or Double  $1/1 Goodnites Underwear
or use $1.50/1 Goodnites Underwear 11/14/2010 SS Insert (exp 12/12/2011)
or use $3/1 Huggies Slip Ons Home Mailer
or use $2/1 Higgies Slip Ons Blinkie
Final Price $3.69

Snack Mania Promo

Save $3 instantly wyb 4 in one transaction. Can buy more as long as they are in multiples of 4.

Nabisco Cookies and Crackers: Ritz, Ritz Bits, Wheat Thins, Triscuit, Chips Ahoy
Ritz Crackerfuls $2.99/$2.24
Double $0.75/1 Ritz Crackerfuls Product
Final Price $.74

Wheat Thins $2.99/$2.24
Double $1/1 Wheat Thins Flavored Product
Final Price $.74

Chips Ahoy $2.99/$2.24
Double $1 wyb Milk and Nabisco Cookies tear pad or facebook coupon
Final Price $.74 plus price of milk

Deals Not Found In The Ad

Celestial Tea $3.79
Double $1/1 Celestial Seasonings Tea Bags 10/2/2011 SS Insert (exp 1/2/2012)
or $1/2 Celestial Seasonings Tea Bags 10/2/2011 SS Insert (exp 1/2/2012)
or$0.75/1 Celestial Seasonings Tea
Final Price: $1.79

Tazo Tea $4.49
Double $1/1 Tazo Filterbag Tea or Tea Latte Concentrate 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/3/2011)
Final Price: $2.49

Torani’s 12.7 oz $4.69
Double $1/1 Torani Syrup 8/28/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price: $2.69

Torani’s 25.4 oz $7.69
Double $1/1 Torani Syrup 8/28/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price: $5.69

Pepsi Max 2 liter $1.50
Double $0.55/1 Pepsi Max 10/2/2011 Moments to Save Insert (exp 10/22/2011)
Final Price: $.40

Lipton 20 oz $1.59
Double $1/4 Lipton Iced Tea or Tazo Beverages 10/2/2011 Pepsi Moments to Save Insert (exp 10/22/2011)
or $1/2 Lipton Natural Ice Tea Bottles 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price: $.59

Seattle’s Best Iced Coffee 4 packs $4.99
Use $1.50/1 Seattle’s Best Iced Lattes
or $2/1 Seattle’s Best Iced Latte 8/28/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/20/2011)
or double $1/1 Peelie
Final Price: $2.99

Starbucks 4 Packs $5.99
$2/2 Starbucks Frappuccino or Double Shot 10/2/2011 Pepsi Moments to Save Insert (exp 10/22/2011)
Final Price: $4.99 each

Dr. Pepper Ten $1.69
Free Dr. Pepper Ten 10/9/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/21/2011)
Final price: FREE!

Nabisco Cookies (full size Packages) $2.99
Nabisco Cookies 8 oz $2.49
Nabisco Cookies 4 oz $1.00
Double $1 Nabisco Cookies,4-26oz AND Gallon of Milk (Facebook or Tearpad)
Final Price: $.99-FREE plus the cost of milk

Mother’s Cookies $3.79-$3.99
Double $0.75/1 Mother’s Cookies 10/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/27/2011)
Final Price: $2.49-$2.29

WhoNu? Cookies $3.00
Double $1/1 WhoNu? Nutrition Rich Cookies 8/28/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/23/2011)
Final Price: $1

Emerald Nuts $3.99
Double $1/1 Emerald Nuts or Breakfast on the go! Produc 9/11/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/23/2011)
Final Price: $1.99

Emerald Breakfast on the Go! $2.50
Double $1/1 Emerald Nuts or Breakfast on the go! Produc 9/11/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/23/2011)
or $1/1 Emerald Breakfast on the go! Products 10/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/20/2011)
or $1/1 Emerald Breakfast on the Go Product (IE)  Printable (FF)
Final Price: $.50 each

Pop Tarts 8 ct. $2.50
Double $1/2 Peelie
or $1/3 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts or Pop-Tarts Mini Crisps 8/28/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/23/2011)
Final price: $1.50

C&H Sugar 4 lb $2.49 with in ad coupon (limit 2)
Use $0.75/1 C&H Granulated Sugar 8/24/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/25/2011)
Final Price: $1.74

Carnation Evaporated Milk $1.25
Double $0.50/2 Carnation Evaporated Milk 9/25/2011 RP Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
or $0.50/2 Nestle Carnation Evaporated Milk
or $0.50/2 Nestle Carnation Evaporated Milk
Final Price: $.75

Philadelphia Cooking Creme $2.99
Double $1/1 Kraft Philadelphia Cooking Creme
Final Price: $.99

Precious Mozzarella 16 oz Chunk $4.99
Double $1/1 Peelie
Final Price: $2.99

Land O Frost Premium Lunch Meat 16 oz $5.49
Double $1/1 Land O’Frost Premium
Final Price: $3.49

Hidden Valley Salad Kit $2.99
Double $1/1 Hidden Valley Salad Kit 8/21/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
Final Price: $.99

La Victoria Salsa 16 oz $2.99
Double $1/2 La Victoria Products 8/14/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/30/2011)
Final Price: $1.99

La Victoria Red Taco Sauce $2.79 12 oz
Double $1/2 La Victoria Products 8/14/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/30/2011)
Final Price: $1.79

California Kitchen Pizza 5.4-6.2 oz $2.99
Double $1/1 California Pizza Kitchen Products 9/25/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
Final Price: $.99

Gold Peak Iced Tea $2.29
Double $0.75/1 Gold Peak Tea Carafe
Final Price: $.79Suave Kids and Professional Shampoo and Conditioners $2.09
B1G1 Suave Kids Products 10/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/30/2011)
B1G1 Suave Professional Shampoo or Conditioner 10/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/30/2011)
Final Price: $1.05 each

Tresemme $4.99
Use 2 $1/1 in Store Coupons (YMMV)
and B1G1 TRESemme Shampoo or Conditioner 10/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
Final Price: $1.50 each

Gerber Graduates Lil Entrees $1.99
Double $1/1 Gerber Graduates Lil’ Entrees
Final Price: Free!

UP2U Gum $1
$1/1 UP2U Gum Packs 10/9/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
or Double$1/2 UP2U Gum Packs 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/20/2011)
Final Price: Free!

Yoplait Light w/ Granola 4 pack $2.79
Double $0.75/1 Yoplait Light Yogurt with Granola 10/2/2011 GM Insert (exp 11/26/2011)
Final Price: $1.29

Tru Moo 1/2 Gallon $3.19
Double $0.55/1 TruMoo Half Gallons or Chocolate Milk 9/25/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
Final Price: $2.09

Fruitables 8 pack Juice Boxes $3.99
Double $1/1 Fruitables Juice Boxes 9/18/2011 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price: $1.99

Ball Canning Funnel $1.99
Double $1/1 Ball Accessory Item 7/10/2011 RP Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
Final Price: Free

Comments

  1. I just wanted to express my appreciation for this website and reading some of the helpful posts on helping me find bargains @ Albertsons. I find that the 3 per transaction ( 9 per day) double coupon (twice the value) can be time consuming and frustrating. Once a cashier said “because you seem organized, I’m going to ring up your entire purchase at once.” (one transaction) It was quick, easy and accurate! Why can’t Albertsons do this all the time, up to 9 doublers? I must admit that I’m not a regular shopper of Albertsons (prices can be much higher than Walmart or Winco) but the doublers do get me into the store and I wind up making other purchases there. One other thing I wanted to mention is that Washington state is one of the states that have hardly no stores that double coupons except Albertsons and a Safeway near the Washington/Oregon boarder. Lately I’m been finding good bargains @ Fred Meyers.

  2. I think everyone should read the book, “The No Complaining Rule”……makes you take a look at yourself, and how much we all complain….Think about the positives in your life, your family, friends, religion, what ever is positive and focus on that!!! Useless complaining does nothing!

  3. I am so confused. Are the doubles only the ones on the top line that say Double, or do the others listed under that that say “or” in front of them double too?

  4. dropofrain says:

    C&H Sugar 4 lb $2.49 with in ad coupon (limit 2)

    where was this coupon? I even asked the cashier at the store and he didn’t know anything about it. We had no sugar at home, plus I was getting ready for baking cookies and cupcakes for the church next week so I was hoping to stock up a little. I searched and I searched, and I could not find that coupon! $3.89 wasn’t a good deal, but I was completely out. :-(

  5. I am in California, and subscribe to 2 different papers, and didn’t get any doublers :(

    • Only the intermountain west stores participate in the doubles events. Once in awhile So Cal will get them in the mail (like 2 times a year).

  6. Meredith D. says:

    Ok so at the top in the listings of the deals in several places it says you can use your doubler coupons on $1 coupons for example “Double $1/1 Kraft Philadelphia Cooking Creme but on the coupon it says max value $1.  So are these wrong at the top?  Or can you use your doublers on coupons valued at a $1 doubling to $2? 

  7. brenda klawitter says:

    Blue Diamond Almond milk is 2 for 5, pair this with 1/2 and a ttv, making it 2/2 and scoring two for three dollars or 1.50 per half gal, if your family drinks this, you know it’s a great price for this product! I didn’t see it on here already~

  8. will someone please tell me where you get the GM inserts because my paper only gets SS, RP, and P&G

  9. Here is my rant…and I think everyone of you should seriously think about this. As PAYING CUSTOMERS, we are not thinking clearly. Why should a store, make us PAY to get doubles? They are wanting out business, but they are making us pay to shop with them and get “good deals”. Every one of you that subscribe to the Newspaper, are PAYING to get a good deal…yes I know it is worth it, but I would like to see us as a group, take a stand and let Albertson’s know that we want this manipulation of our business to end.
    I have lived in other states, where their grocery stores would do double coupons, for weeks at a time. Computer automatically calculated the amounts and there was none of this limit three doublers per transaction stuff. I used to shop at a store, that would do TRIPLE coupons at various times, up to $0.50, and Doubles up to $1.00. Those were great times, and very easy to get in and out of the store without all the hassle. I purchased products, that I normally wouldn’t have purchased because they matched up with a sale, etc and the coupon was doubled.

    For me, I have wasted so much time and effort just completing the transactions. I have six kids and YES these deals are a blessing, but I also think that Albertsons are almost insulting, and discriminating by making us BUY papers to get their “deals”, and putting such restraints on us as customers. (AND yes I totally understand that couponers need to be considerate of those behind them, I personally allow people in front of me all the time)

    I would love to see someone come up with a well worded letter that we all could send in to the headquarters. I would, but as you can tell just with this note, I am not the best in “etiquette” writing.

    I can’t afford to subscribe to the paper on a regular basis, just to have doublers and coupons. AND now that doublers are only coming out in the paper…our local stations/stores are sold out with in just a couple hours. I just went to three stores locally and the stands were empty. I have no way of getting any doublers this week…so there goes the coupons I do have and would have liked to’ve doubled.

    NOT FAIR to all of us out here, just because we don’t subscribe to the paper. Just saying!
    Albertsons needs to see/understand and realize this!!!

    What Albertsons doesn’t realize they are hurting themselves by this policy. They would find that we would buy MORE products if they would allow double coupons straight through without having to have a “doubler” with each one.
    Ok, thanks for reading (if you made it this far)

    • I believe that if people wouldn’t have done SO many transactions with the doublers they provided they might still be handing them out…not to mention people taking them to Walmart.    I don’t blame Albertsons at all for trying to cut down on these 2 things.  At least now people are having to pay for the doublers they are taking to Walmart!  I just think we need to remember that we are getting good deals and be grateful for the double coupons…why shouldn’t we have to pay for them…we arn’t entitled to them by any means.  Not trying to offend but I think people get all upset and don’t step back and realize that we have a choice of where we shop.  If you feel Albertsons is discriminating and insulting choose another store to shop at.  I for one LOVE Albertsons and the way I am treated when I shop there.  The cost of the paper is covered by the doublers I recieve each month and am very grateful to Albertsons!

    • This is nothing new….we just all need to adjust our planning to shop with doubles.  If your newspapers are out in the afternoon get there earlier if you can.  Having doubles available at all is a privilege not a right and they certainly are not obligated to give them to us no matter how much business they do or do not get from offering them.  I believe there were many factors in the loss of doublers available at the store including people taking advantage by taking the entire stack for themselves to those being used at other stores…just feel blessed to have them at all, kwim?  Papers can be expensive so maybe try and get extra Ups+ Rewards from Riteaid, Register Rewards from Walgreens or catalinas on your next order to purchase papers without having to spend a lot of money out of pocket.  It doesn’t always work out because those other stores too can be sold out pretty early in the day…maybe that strategy can help you some?

    • I hear you!  I too am sick of jumping through hoops to GIVE overpriced Albertsons my business.  First spend hours cutting coupons that I paid for, second play the doublers game - will they be in the paper I bought this time? then wasting time away from my family going through the line multiple times doing the game, buying papers spending $2 to get albys $3 worth of doublers, rest of paper goes to waste.  Third go to store to see that all the good things are already wiped out first thing Sunday morning, spend an hour going through store trying to match up ANY of my coupons only to see that even with a doubler things would still be cheaper elsewhere, leave empty handed having wasted gas on a bummer of a trip.  It is not worth it to me to go through all the hoops to get a couple of unhealthy freebies at alby’s every once in a while.  Last time doublers came out I went to 4 different newstands spent $8 and got zero doublers, how frustrating.  Instead of playing all of these little games with Alby’s I’ve found it is easier, less frustrating and embarassing, less waste of gas to just go to Winco and get my groceries at a fair price with no spending money on coupons, wasting my time clipping, sorting,  holding up the line embarassing myself playing the game of 3 doubles at a time,  wasting half my Sunday to get a few things that I seriusly had to jump through hoops to get. Why can’t they make this process a little less humiliating?  Why can’t they just have a real sale, good prices that don’t require so much of my time, wasting trees buying a $2 paper to get their coupons to buy their overpriced groceries?

    • I must admit, when I heard I was going to have to get my doubles only from the paper, I was disappointed, to say the least.  Then I did my first doubles trip the next week and lo and behold, the shelves were not empty and the cashiers were a lot happier.  I had gotten so I expected NOT to get the deals I planned on because the shelves were always cleared by the time I got there ( I don’t shop on Sunday).  Now because people have to get their doubles in the paper there is a limit to the amount of products people can buy and the cashiers are less frustrated with the couponers.  I do travel outside of my area to go to a less frequented Albies, but it’s worth it to get the deals that I spent hours preparing to get.  Now, not getting our doubles in the paper, that is a different story altogether, and it sounds like that is the Statesman’s fault, not Albies.  But at least Albies has been making some doubles available on Facebook on occasion.

       

      • sesame street says:

        I agree with you! I would go into my Albertsons on Sunday and they would be wiped clean! Now I go in on Monday afternoon with the doublers that I BOUGHT, and I get my deals, and I don’t get the hassle from the others that would take over advantage of Albertsons handing the doublers out. Yes I spent $165 on a years subscription to the Statesman, but with it I get that much savings in one month at Albertsons alone because the deals aren’t wiped out. Priorities.

    • Personally, I have absolutely no issue with having to get the doublers by purchasing a newspaper. This is how I always got them since the store was always out by the time I could make it to their store anyway. I actually loved the implementation of this policy because there was actually product on the selves again. That was a pleasant change of pace.

      However, my biggest issue is that they have stopped putting doublers in my newspaper or at least it is spotty at best. I buy the Seattle newspaper and the last two times they have put doublers out my newspaper did not have them. I bought 5 papers again on Sunday only to be disappointed again. Frustrating because I’ve gotten some of the best savings through Albertson’s, but I’ve decided it isn’t worth it anymore. Between all the planning, buying of extra papers and the store being completely out of my way, I’ve decided to take my business elsewhere. I won’t see the same savings, but I also won’t experience the frustration anymore.

      Just curious, for those that live in Seattle, do you still get Albertson’s doublers in your newspaper? Maybe they are eliminating the doublers for papers being shipped to surrounding cities. I’m in Bellingham.

    • All I can say is that I’m grateful for the opportunity to use doubles. There are many readers who live in parts of the country that will never see any store double coupons. I make an effort to show gratitude for the doubles… on the Albertsons Facebook page, to my cashier, and store managers. Something is better than nothing. The doubles in my newspaper are a bonus on top of all the coupons I receive.

    • dropofrain says:

      my husband was subscribing to the newspaper for years just because he wanted his paper in the morning (rolling my eyes right here) – well, I could get it for free from my work, but 5:30 pm would be “too late” for him, even though most of the days he wouldn’t get to read that paper until later in the evening. So, we were paying for the paper regardless. Having doublers in the paper now, is a blessing to me because I could get up to $15 back. Moreover, last month we changed our subscription to the “coupon clippers” offer and we are paying 40 cents less than we used to and get 4 additional papers each Sunday. So overall, I cannot complain.
      We have only one Albertsons store in town, plus we are living on the opposite side from it, so getting my hands on those doublers at the store was really, really difficult, if even possible other way.

  10. Not sure if the price is different just at my store, but the Emerald Breakfast on the Gos were $2.99, not $2.50. I shop at Ustick and Five Mile. I will be saving my coupons for when they do really go down to $2.50 again!

    • Yeah, I saw this too, but too late:(  I also told a lady that they were 50 cents when she asked me so I hope she looked before she picked up some,  Oh well, they are really good and I only got 3.

    • Silly question…
    • ★ Cheerios 14 oz $2.49/$1.99
    • Double $1.10/2 General Mills Cereals
    • or $1/2 General Mills Cereals or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals
    • or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals
    • or$0.75/1 General Mills Original Cheerios
    • or $1/3 General Mills Cereals 10/2 GM or 9/11 GM
    • or $1/2 General Mills Cheerios 9/25/2011 SS
    • or $1/2 General Mills
    • Original Cheerios Cereal Final Price $.49
    • So only if you have the .75/1 w/ double can you get the $.49 price. Otherwise it’s $.99 with $1/2 and double.. right?
    • I’m new!!
    • You can’t double the $1.10 coupon because it is over $1.  The others you can. 

      Bear in mind that you have to buy 10 participating items in order to get the $1.99 price on the cereal.  Since you can only double 3 coupons per transaction, you won’t be able to get 10 boxes for $.49/ea.

  11. where is the Dr. Pepper coupon?

  12. So am I understanding that you can double the $10 cat, and if so, does it only work Sun. – Tues.?

  13. I have quite a few extra uncut inserts I do not need.  I do not want them to go to waste :) There seems to be a lot of “newbies” on here, so if you would like coupons to get your binder going let me know!  I have 6 Smart Source 9/25, 3 Smart Source 8/21, 6 Red Plum 9/25 and 6 Red Plum 9/11.  You can have them if you want, just let me know ( I guess reply to this comment?)  I’m in Nampa near Midland an Lake Lowell.

  14. I was making my shopping list, cross referencing the ad to your matchup. The ad says the pillsbury breakfast scrambles / sandwiches are $2.99 / 2.49 and your matchup says $2.49 / 1.99… same with the frozen smoothies and toaster struedels, so they won’t be free. Still very cheap, at $.49.

  15. Carolyn H. says:

    I am trying to find the Clorox bleach coupon..I can’t find it in the 8-21 SS. Is somebody else having this problem or is it just me? :) I live in Nampa Idaho and am wondering if anybody got it here? Thank you!!

  16. boonie bargan hunter says:

    Okay i was just sitting down to make my wish list for alberstons doublers. I have a question though….When im looking through the list above it shows me this:

    Betty Crocker Cake $1.49/$0.99

    Betty Crocker Frosting $1.99/$1.49

    Double $0.52/2 Betty crocker cake mix and frosting

    Heres my question: To get the .99 price you have to purchase the items 10 at a time, but u can only use 3 doublers on each purchase. so then when you give final price $.74 or .24 each how did  that work? it seems like you were taking a double off the buy 10 dicounted price????? Im so confused please help!!

     

  17. I live in the SOuthwest- anyone know if they are doubling down here this weekend???????

  18. The Abertson near my home is very strict with their coupon policy.  THey only allow 3 transactions of doublers per person.  I had 4 one time with my daughter in tow.  I argued with the clerk and asked for a manager.  I argued my daughter had coupons and cash in hand what was the problem.   He did concur there wasn’t one BUT I don’t appreciate the scrutiny.  Why does it have to be so hard just to feed your family.  I don’t think the clerk likes his job.

    • I understand what you’re saying, but I also understand the clerks side. My husband went to buy milk the other night and it took 30 minutes or more because a lady and her daughter were couponing. They each did 3 transactions. They didn’t have another lane open or a fast lane, which is wierd, but it made him very upset that he had to wait so long just to buy milk. If there aren’t any customers I understand where you’re coming from, but I hate it when couponers don’t let people with small purchases go in front of them. I do that every time I shop. If someone has a lot less items than me I always let them go ahead of me so they don’t get upset.

      • if there is someone waiting in line I happily go back to the end of the line and do them one at a time. I even do the self checkout to make it easier…  The guy was not nice.  I also noticed he never smiled or greeted other customers either.

  19. the coupon for the oral b toothbrushes in the 10/02 P&G should be read carefully…it is for .75/1 oral b pulsar, 3d white, pro-health, complete OR .75/2 of the manual toothbrushes.  You’d have to double it and still pay .50 for 2 toothbrushes (which still isn’t bad at all!) Just make sure you’re buying 2 per coupon.  A while ago I bought a bunch of cheap toothpaste at fred meyer…each box had another box attached with a travel size tube, floss and a bunch of coupons.  Those coupons make the toothbrushes free and the toothpaste .25 without doublers.  (just in case anyone else has those)

  20. Just a word about the Bird’s Eye coupon (wyb Van de Kamp’s or Mrs. Paul’s).  We buy Van de Kamp’s fish sticks *a lot,* and, unless it’s on a good sale at Albertson’s this week, you might want to use that coupon somewhere else.  The Van de Kamp’s/Mrs. Paul’s costs $2-$4 per box more at Albies than it does at Winco or Walmart, and since the Bird’s Eye veggies are also typically under $2 at those stores as well, it makes a better deal.  Yes, with a doubler, you can get the veggies for free, but you will have paid as much as twice the price for the seafood.  If you take it to Winco or Walmart (or if you go to Fred Meyer and use the $2/1 Van de Kamp’s/Mrs. Paul’s ecoupon), you will pay less for the seafood and still get the veggies cheap.  I bought a bag of Bird’s Eye frozen peas at Winco the last time I used that coupon and only paid 38 cents or something for them after the coupon.  The $2/1 Fred Meyer ecoupon makes the seafood about the same price at Fred Meyer as it is normally priced at Winco.

  21. Regarding the Wheat Thins promo (under “snack mania”), I think your math is wrong.

    $2.24 for 4 after instant savings = $8.96
    Minus (4) $1/1 coupons
    Minus $3 doublers
    Equals $1.96, or $.49/ea. 

    Individually they’d be $.24/ea after doubler, assuming you purchased 3 additional items. 

     

  22. FYI, the Lance cracker link is dead, and the Frank’s Red Hot link takes you to the French’s website.  Thanks for all you do, ladies!  :D

  23. Shelby Carrell says:

    So you have to buy in increments of 10, so that means only 3 doublers can be used per 10, which makes only 3 of the 10 free. SO… NOT really free. Unless I am missing something?

     

    • I have several coupons that are for quantities more than one, and some may still end up free after doublers.

  24. Okay so i just have to vent…So i decided to  call the idaho statesman again and subscribe. I have been lazy and putting it off…In the past (which was too long ago) i subscribed and got four pappers every sunday, i did this for 13 weeks and just haven’t re uped yet with this i only paid $27 dollard and it was awsome! Its been a while and i have been just going down to walmart and purchasing my papers there every sunday (I know so not the frugal thing to do…but hey life happens). I was so disapointed the last time they had doublers at albertsons cus i went and baught five papers at the store and discovered that there were no doupblers in the pappers i baught so naturaly i called people until i was satisfyed and it realy didn’t get me any were cuz i still didn’t get any doubles ( which realy sucks cuz couponing is how i feed my family with a one income household!!!) any way learning from my mistakes i called the statesman and subscribed again, but i’m telling you i am getting a little peeved about there customer service. She informed me that the deal i was reciving is no longer availible so i went with the cheepest one (everyday and five on sunday) but then she informed me that they will start me with my daily tomorrow but my five on sundays wont start till next week so i ultamitly wont get my five doubles on sunday! No besides the fact that she was realy rud and nasty to me on the phone i normaly wouldn’t be so upset but i rely so heavily on coupons to feed my family that its a big deal. Before i found this wonderful websight and started couponing we were having to visit food banks and in risk of loosing our house so needless to say i’m very upset and with the awsome deals this week at albis now i’m devistated…so there is my sob story sorry for the length just need to vent!!!!

    • Aww man, that has to be frustrating!  I dont live in the potato state but let me just encourage you to BREATH!  Take a deep breath and just relax for a minute.  Its going to work out. :)  I know about struggling with a family and it can be draining to say the least BUT one thing its taught me and my husband is that if we can survive the daily ish than we can certainly get through this.  I dont know you but you it sounds like you needed an ear…so sending ya hugs and positive vibes!!!!

    • Kelli Welborn says:

      I think she gave you incorrect information on the Sunday papers.  I bet you will be surprised when you open your door and there will be your Sunday papers.

       

    • They aren’t my favorite people to talk to either. Last time I called about my subscription, the lady was very rude to me too and was of no help :(

    • Helen in Meridian says:

      Here’s a deal you can do today with no coupons.  The Eagle/State Street store has 5 kinds of Post Cereal for .99.  They are Post Fruity Pebbles,  Cocoa Pebbles,  Raisin Brand,  Honey Combs, and Honey Crisps (or something like that).  First buy the Post Fruity Pebbles or Cocoa Pebbles in sets of 5.  That is $5.25 for 5 boxes including tax and out comes a $4.00 catalina.  Repeat  repeat  repeat in fives and it is $1.25 for 5 boxes incl tax after $4.00 catalina.  ONLY the PEBBLES generate the $4.00 catalina with 5.  After you get your fill of doing this (remember 3 deals then leave the register to let someone else pay.  Go get more cereal.  Use your last $4.00 catalina toward the .99 other cereals and you can have a 3 month supply of cereal for very little out of pocket.

    • I hear ya! I am so confused… I have to go buy papers at Walmart because they dont deliver to my part of Boise. I check Fabulessly Frugal and it says all these inserts that should be in my papers and I never get them all….. I tried buying last weekends papers at Albies then Walmart and still didnt get the Smart Source listed for that Sunday? (got one Red Plum in each of the four papers) I am getting very discouraged!! :( Can someone please explain????

      HELP

      • Walmart manager told me that the newspaper puts all the inserts and doublers in the house delivery papers first.  then whatever is leftover goes to the stores so sometimes they will have none in them and sometimes they will have half of them and other times all of them.  My suggestions is to get there as soon as you can to buy the first batch to make sure you get everything.  and look through the paper before you buy it to make sure everything is there.  one time we looked through 15 papers and nothing.

         

    • I TOTALLY agree!  EVERY time I call the Statesman, the lady is rude.  If I didn’t rely on the coupons, i would cancel, but I’m afraid that they are VERY aware that they have a monopoly on the coupons considering not all of the coupons come in the Press-Tribune all of the time.  I feel yer pain, sistah!!!

  25. For the crest, you wouldnt have to use a doubler to get it free if you use the 1/1 that was in the last PnG. :)

  26. C&H Sugar 4 lb $2.49 with in ad coupon (limit 2)
    Use $0.75/1 C&H Granulated Sugar 8/24/2011 RP Insert (exp 11/25/2011)
    Final Price: $1.74

    This post is listed under the section deals not found in the ad but the header states “with in ad coupon”. I’m confused and I don’t find a coupon in the ad. Will it be with the doublers on Sunday only?

    Thanks for all you do!

    • And doubling the $.75 will make it $.99!

       

      • You can only use one store and one manufacturer coupon per item…so you wouldn’t be able use the in-ad coupon, the manufacturer coupon AND the doubler (would be awesome, though :)

         

      • Can’t double the $.75 coupon… because you have to use a store coupon to get it to the sale price ;)…

    • I went to one of the Caldwell Albertsons yesterday. They had C&H sugar at an end display, but not advertised like you said your store had. I could not find any 4 lb packages, only 5lb.

      • This was actually an in ad coupon form last weeks ad, not this week, according to my cashier. I don’t get the Wednesday paper so I don’t get the Albies ad, and I went in this morning and could not find it anywhere in the ad, so I asked the cashier and she said it was a deal from last week. I was sad :(

  27. Hey, I just had a question I called my alberstons today and asked them the to order a good amount of the hot items that were going to be on sale because there is going to be doublers but then he told be that his store director informed him that there was not going to be double coupons this weekend who is right your blog or the store director can you please find out before i go and buy a large amount of newspapers thanks.

    • StarlitRogue says:

      As an Albertsons employee I can tell you right now there are doubles this weekend.  Says so in our play book.  :)  So order away!

      • You probably caught him off guard since store employees are NOT suppose to release this kind of info to the public. As much as I like doubles and appreciate this site, I hope that the store employees leaking info about double coupons so early does not effect the policies again.

  28. how do i get doubles?  i’ve subscribed to our major news paper but because I live outside of fort worth I don’t get the albertson’s ad.  :(

  29. The Franz Bread coupon….I can’t find it :(

     

  30. Was everyone supposed to get the Free Dr. Pepper in the 10/9 SS? Mine did not have this coupon was it only in certain areas? Thank you.

  31. Anyone in the Boise or Meridian area successfully preorder from your Albies store?  A couple months ago I was talking with one of my grocery assistant managers who told me they would have no problem ordering any item for me with no minimum purchase amount.  Then yesterday, a store manager (that I haven’t seen before) told me that they would not order any item for me in any amount. – her reasoning didn’t make sense, she said that it wouldn’t be fair if someone knew what a hot sale item would be & then ordered a lot of it ??? Anyway, I am wondering if anyone has had success in pre-ordering in small quanties of up to 5?  My store is heavily couponed & I’m sure there will be many waiting at 6:00 Sunday morning & many of them fill there carts with all that’s on the shelf.   Most often, the hot items are not ones that get restocked for Tuesday mornings.  I was really hoping to try out ordering with this round of doubles.  If you have a store that will do this for you, would you please share it’s location?  Thanks!

  32. where was the free dr pepper 10? was it regional or am i blind?! i got the press tribune

     

  33. I am still confused about the $30.00 deal???  Can someone please explain.. thanks so much

    I am looking at buying All detergent and the snuggle. I have $1.00 off of All and .75cents off of Snuggle, how would I go about doing this?? Any senerios would be great. I am still very much new at all of this. Thanks so much Lisa

    • On mine I just pre order 8 snuggle and 8 All.

      Ist transaction: 8 All @3.99 = 31.92 plus tax (use $1/1 and 3 doubles) OOP= $20.92 (+tax) and get $10 back = $10.92 (+tax)

      Do the same w/ the snuggle. and use your $10 from 1st transaction. Hope this helps.

       

      • But the add says it’s $30 after coupons. Do they just print this and never follow it? I’ve noticed that a few times.

      • It says in the ad total AFTER manufacture coupons.  FYI

        • I’m so confused.  If it’s $30 after coupons (w/out the doubles) the subtotal would be $28.92 plus tax.  Would I still qualify for the $10 cat?  And can I also use my spend $25 and get $5 off coupon?

           

          • The catalina will NOT print.  This happened to me the last time we had doubles.  The checker pointed out that you must spend $30 AFTER coupons :-(

      • So we will be able to ‘roll’ the CAT?  I’d like to get snuggle, get the CAT and then do another $30 transaction and use the previous $10 CAT toward the purchase…will I still get a $10 CAT printed the second time?

        Thanks!!

        • Yes!!!  It’s awesome!!!

          • So am I understanding that even though it says it’s after mfr q’s you really don’t have to?

          • Sorry if I’m repeating a silly question, but just to clarify…is it $30 after just the manufacturer’s coupons or is it after the doublers as well?

            • Although Albertsons says in their ad that total should be $30 after coupons, the deal is set y the catalina company and WILL print as long as the right products are purchased and the total is at least $30. Remember that Albertsons is reimbursed for every coupon you use. They are still getting the $30 and the catalina is set up to print once you reach $30 from the shelf price.

    • I looked in the ad and I couldn’t find this promo to reference. Help please.

      • I didn’t get that insert in my paper ad either.  However, if you look at their ad on their website, it shows this promotion.

         

        • I went to the Albertsons in Milton and I called the ones in Tacoma and they are all printing the CAT for this deal after all of the coupons. : )

  34. Kelli Welborn says:

    I am so excited for this weekends deals I could pee myself .  lol   Omg, I feel overwhelmed.

  35. I believe this coupon from the tearpad is now expired!  $1 Nabisco Cookies,4-26oz AND Gallon of Milk

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