Shaw’s – Weekly Deals – 8/5 to 8/11

by Mackenzie on August 4, 2011

As always the dollar value or availability of a coupon may vary depending on where you live. CATS are printed at checkout to use on your next purchase. Shaw’s allows for doubling of coupons up to a $0.99 value and up to four (4) coupons to be doubled for the same product/coupon. All additional duplicate coupons after the four will not double. Please Read Shaw’s Coupon Policy.

Keebler Cookies, Crackers and Kellogg’s Cereal, Pop Tarts and Cereal Bars – $1.99 each (must buy 6)
Deal #1
Buy 6 Kelloggs Frosted Flakes (Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops if included) = $11.94
- $2 ($1/3 x2) Kellogg’s Cereal Q – RP 07/24/11
= $9.94 for six or $1.66 each

Deal #2
Buy 6 Kelloggs Frosted Mini Wheats (if included) = $11.94
- $3 ($1/2 x3) Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats Cereal Q – RP 07/24/11
= $8.94 for six or $1.49 each

Deal #3
Buy 6 Kelloggs Pop Tarts = $11.94
- $2 ($1/3 x2) Kellogg’s Pop Tarts Q – RP 07/24/11
= $9.94 for six or $1.66 each

Deal #4
Buy 6 Keebler Crackers or Cookies = $11.94
- $2 ($1/3 x2) Kebbler Product Q – here  or here
= $9.94 for six or $1.66 each

Healthy Choice Frozen Dinners – 4/$10
Buy 4 = $10
- $2/4 Healthy Choice Q – SS 07/31/11
= $8 for four or $2 each

Shaw’s Sirloin Tips – $4.99
(Cheapest is usually $3.99 so get a couple but don’t stock up the freezer)

Pick 4 Meats – $19.99
(*Hint – Buy the lowest cost package of meat for the least amount of money if you are not using coupons. Computer will deduct the same amount whether you buy the $7 package or the $4 package. Total savings per package and ounce will be better with “small” packages)

Johnsonville Brat
- BOGO Johnsonville Brat Q – here
- $1/1 Johnsonville Brat Q – here

Johnsonville Italian Sausage
- $1/1 Johnsonville Italian Sausage Q – here

Lloyd’s BBQ Meat Tubs
- $1/1 Lloyd’s BBQ Product Q – SS 06/26/11

Newman’s Own Lemonade – 2/$4
Buy 2 = $4
- $1/2 Newman’s Own Product Q – here
= $3 for two or $1.50 each

Newman’s Own Lemonade – 2/$4
Buy 1 = $2
- $0.50/1 Newman’s Own Product Q – here
= $0.50/1 DOUBLED
= $1

Ore-Ida Sweet Potatoes (if included) – 3/$10
Buy 3 = $10
- $3 ($1/1 x3) Ore-Ida Sweet Potatoes Q – here
= $7 for three or $2.33 each

Edy’s Fruit Bars – $4.99
- $1/1 Edy’s Fruit Bars Q – here
= $3.99

Yoplait Light with Granola – $2/5
Buy 1 = $2.50
- $0.50/1 Yoplait Multipacks Q – SS 06/19/11
- $0.50/1 DOUBLED
= $1.50

Bisquick Complete – 2/$5
Buy 1 = $2.50
- $0.50/1 Bisquick Q – here
- $0.50/1 DOUBLED
= $1.50

Buy 2 Skinny Cow Ice Cream
Get 1 FREE Skinny Cow Candy

Goya Beans – $0.79
Buy 3 = $2.37
- $0.75/3 Goya Beans Q – here
- $0.75/1 DOUBLED
= $0.87 for three or $0.29 each

Newman’s Own Marinade – 2/$5
Buy 1 = $2.50
- $0.50/1 Newman’s Own Marinade Q – here
- $0.50/1 DOUBLED
= $1.50

Yoplait Cups – 10/$6
Buy 10 = $6
- $1/10 Yoplait Yogurt Q – SS 06/12/11 or 07/10/11
= $5 for ten or $0.50 each





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Mackenzie is the mother of three beautiful little girls and the wife to a wonderful man who is a Navy Reservist living in New Hampshire. She enjoys bargain hunting, photography, and of course COFFEE! Above all, she enjoys family life and soaking up every moment. She shares her tips on parenting, saving money, green-living and more on her blog The Centsible Family.

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teressa August 4, 2011 at 10:39 pm

I dont understand what you mean by pick the smallest package of meat. I thought that the deal was 4/19.99. Could you please explain more?

Mackenzie August 4, 2011 at 11:51 pm

Sure! Basically the computer (from past 4/$19.99 deals) takes off the same amount based on whether you buy the “cheapest” or the most expensive meat. So if the meat was $5.99 per item it will take $1 per item off making each item $5 for the deal. However if you buy a package that is sold by weight (like the ground beef) and only get say a $4.50 package it will still take that $1 off making it $3.50 since the computer is programmed to take the same amount off per four packages of meat…whether they are the most expensive or the cheapest packages. So instead of paying $19.99 you could actually pay less then that after the deductions.

If you have the Johnsonville BOGO coupon you could actually get 4 packages of Brats for only $10 or even less. It depends on whether they take the “true” price of the Brats or the 4/$19.99 price…or $5 each. I think the Lloyd’s and Johnsonville Brats are the best deals with coupons but it you want the best deal without coupons (since most of the meats don’t have a coupon) go with the lowest priced products.

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