Albertsons NW Round Ups Report

Here’s the “hidden deals” though out the store that were not in the ad!

White Castle

Buy White Castle Frozen Hamburgers 6 pk $3.99
Round $.50/1 White Castle Microwaveable Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers 6 pk (not valid at Restaurant) (1/27 RP #2)
Final Price: $2.99

bounty basic

Buy Bounty $1
Round $.25/1 Bounty Towel or Napkin (1/27 P&G)
limit of 4 per day per household
Final Price: FREE

Hungry Jack

Buy Hungry Jack Hashbrowns
Round $.50/1 Hungry Jack HasbrownPotatoes 1/6 SS#3
Final Price: $1.19

charmin

Buy Charmin Toilet Paper $5.49
Round $.25/1 Charmin product (12/30 or 1/27 P&G)
limit of 4 per day per  household
Final Price: $4.49

ivory
Buy Ivory Soap 3 pk $1.59

Round $.30/1 Ivory or Safeguard personal cleansing product (1/27 P&G)
limit of 4 per day per  household
Final Price: $.59 for 3 bars

carnation
Buy 2 Nestle Carnation Evaporated Milk $1.69 ea
Round $55/2 Nestle Carnataion Evaporated Milk 12 oz (1/27 RP#1)
Final Price: $1.19 ea

Q-tips
Buy Q-tips 170 ct $2.29
Round $.30/1 Q-tips (1/27)
Final Price: $1.29

Newmans salsa
Buy Newman’s Own Salsa $2.99 (note that the tag sale ends 1/31)
Round $.50/1 Newman’s Own Salsa (1/27 RP#1)
Final Price: $1.99

French's honey mustard
Buy French’s Honey Mustard $3.09
Round $.75.1 Frenchs Honey Mustard or Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce (1/6 SS#3)
Final Price: $2.09

Fleischmann's Yeast
Buy Fleischmann’s Pizza Yeast Strips $2.89
Round $.40/1 Fleischmann’s Pizza Crust Yeast 3 strip (1/13 RP)
Final Price: $1.89

I Can't Believe it's not butter
Buy Twin Pack of I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter $3.99
Round $.50/1 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter 1/27 RP#2
Final Price: $2.99

wolf chili
Buy Wolf Chili $2.49
Round $.40/1 Wolf Brand Chili (any variety) (1/20SS)
Final Price: $1.49

Here’s a few more you may want to print before you leave for your shopping trip:
$.55/2 Bagelfuls 4 ct
$.25/1 Gallon Milk
$.25/2 lb Cheese (Idaho & Utah only)
$.50/2 Swanson Chunk Chicken Breast
$.50/2 Campbell’s Chunky Soup or Chili
$.50/2 Campbell’s Microwave Bowls
$.55/2 Hormel Chili

What are you finding at Albertsons this week?

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Comments

  • Becky

    I just got from McMillan/Eagle Rd store and found Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Dough (holiday packaging with snowflakes)in clearance section for 1.99. Round up the 40 cent coupon and they were $.99.

  • Misty

    I just went to my local Albies here in Idaho Falls. I found the lunch meat that was part of the buy 10 Save $5, with $3 off coupons on them, these are store coupons. So with the sale, making them $2.99, and the $3.00 off stickers, I was able to get 10 for free. I also made use of my $.50 off cheerios and got 5 boxes for $.88 each. My total with tax was $4.71, the cashier was even impressed. Now I have breakfast and lunch covered for a while.

  • rose

    I can’t find the gallon of milk coupon?

  • bethany

    I’ve been couponing for over a year and finally made it to the store in time to snag the free paper towels. Yay!! My store was limiting people to 4 rolls. so there was enough for everyone. I’m betting it made some people pretty unhappy, but its nice to be able to go and pick up a few items for free.

    • Probably had to do with the wording on the coupon (limit 4 per household per day) than the store. 🙂

      • Heidi

        I went into Albertson’s this morning at 8:15 hoping to score some deals and was disappointed that they were already out of Brown mustard and bounty paper towels. The checker told me that one women purchased 50 and another purchased 30 paper towel rolls. I asked how that was possible when the wording said “4 per day” and the checker said they let them do multiple transactions because they were donating them to charity. I was so frustrated. All I wanted was 4 rolls! So I guess they made 2 people happy and most likely disappointed many many more.

        • Mandi

          I’m all for donating but get your 4 and donate 1. They go on sale all the time and then more people can get their 4 and donate or not. Buying 30 in the name of charity is nice but what about the rest of us? Make my blood boil.

          • lyndee

            a lot of people who are couponing would be on a charity list otherwise…maybe they should teach these charity case who sit on their BLEEEEEPs with their hands out how to coupon. Doesnt make sense to starve one person to feed the other. This really bugs me and the couponers who are doing this should know that they may feel good about giving but at the same time they are taking from others who really need it too.

            • Amber

              I buy more than four at a time to donate also or for my own storage when it is low,But I call ahead and ask them to order the extra’s. I haven’t had a problem with this in the past and they are normally happy to do so.

        • Ang

          I agree! If you want to donate still follow the rules of the couopns. Bad move for the stores, they may not get paid for those coupons. Sad for us who only want a small amount.

          • belle

            Although it is purely speculation, why do you think some stores follow the limits of the coupons and some dont? Many stores don’t seem concerned at all.

            • Ang

              Not sure why, I honestly (personal opinion) think that it is lack of the cashier reading the coupon. Though I hate standing in line when the cashier reads every coupon. Don’t know the best thing other than couponers being honest. It’s like stealing from the store if they don’t get paid for the coupons.

              • D'Anna

                This may seem snarky but instead of donating paper towels I would think some nice packs of washable dishtowels from the Dollar Store would be the donation that keeps on giving.

                I was guessing that Round Ups were coming when every end cap in my store had cases of Bounty Basics, an item they have not had in months.

                • Amber

                  I donate to a local medical clinic – washable towels wouldn’t work for thier needs.
                  Some other charities the washable ones would be great for.

            • hanson029

              I think that it is extremely odd that some customers do no pre order for large amounts? Are they possibly concerned that Albertsons will say no or just lazy? It takes time and planning and organizing for a large shopping trip. Buy coupons on ebay, organize, get to the store early, fight or flght responseis engaged, grab the cart(s), grab the product, wheel two carts to the check stand, watch the cashier ring up 50 to 100 Bounty Paper towels, hand her your coupons, pay, push carts to car. Tons of planning. How much time does it take to pre order?

              On the other hand it is not good business for Albertsons to cater to a few customers intent on getting their lion’s share of product by shelf clearing. Better to satisfy a lot of customers by setting fair limits and encouraging pre ordering.

              • D'Anna

                I had this conversation with a cashier at my Albie’s and was told she has really pushed the pre-ordering option to their regular shelf clearer’s and all regularly refuse.

                My analysis is that these particular shoppers are the ones that get that little rush from the shelf clearing itself. They get the endorphin’s pumping and no one is going to take away their fix.

                To everyone else pre-ordering just makes shopping a quick and easy experience which means we saving time and energy that could be better spent on more meaningful tasks.

                I have learned to roll with it and always have a backup list of items to look for every Doubler Sunday, Round Up or any “good” sale going on. I have been coupon shopping for over 20 years and I still
                refuse to camp a grocery store like it’s Black Friday just to get a $1 item for free.

  • Heather

    My ablies had a note up saying they wouldn’t except the .25 coupon for the bounty paper towels cause the picture on the coupon shows its the select a size & had actually pulled all the 10/10 towels off the shelf!

  • Michelle H

    I was able to score the wishbone 16 oz salad dressing also for .49. They have it on the buy 10 get $5.00 off so I grabbed 3 yellow mustards for free with the 30 cent coupon, 3 brown mustards and 4 salad dressings. I noticed the bounty towels on sale but they were out. So I had some Rite Aid cash and they have bounty paper towels for .99 cents. No I didnt get them free like I would have at Alb but I got 15 for 2 bucks I was happy with that and I also scored a $5.00 up..

  • Stephanie

    I got up early and was at Albies at 0630 so I could be sure to get my 4 rolls of paper towels, and there were only 4 left on the shelf, there were only a couple of Mustards left as well. I’m not sure how that happened when the store opens at 0600…and it was empty…I’m guessing someone cleared the shelf…not cool.

  • Laura

    My Albies has the small Dawn dishsoaps on 2/$2.50. I had two $0.25/1 MQ from the last P&G insert which rounded up to a dollar each, making each Dawn 25 cents.

  • joy

    My albertsons said they aren’t doubling! Bummer!

  • the cambles curry/soup baggie things are on sale for 2.99 MC 1/1 and have a 1$ Catalina when you purchase them separately making them 99C each.

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