Albertsons Sunday Ad 3/1-3/7

In my Sunday paper I found an Albertsons Ad, prices are good till Saturday 3/7.
The normal weekly ad comes out on Wednesday, to see the match ups I did for that ad click here.

Kellogg’s Cereal, Pop Tarts, Yogo’s $1.67 each
Limit 6
Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal 
-use $1.00 off 2 coupon printable from here
Final price $1.17  a box
Yogo’s Kellogs fruit snacks
– use $1 off 2 coupon from 2/1 Red Plum coupon insert
final price $1.17 each when you buy 2

By $20 in Participating products in single transaction and get back $5 for your next shopping trip
Once you are done paying a $5 Catalina will print
You do not have to by $20 of one item you just have to buy a group of items that totals $20
There are lots of items but these are the 2 that I think are the best:
Pringles potato chips $1
-use .30 cents off 3 coupon from the 2/8 P&G insert
Final price .65 cents ( as long as you group them with $20 combo)
Pasta Roni or Rice-A-Roni
use $1 off 4 coupon from the 1/4 sunday insert
Final price .50 cents ( as long as you group them with $20 combo)
Crest Premium Toothpaste
-use $1.50 coupon from the 1/18 P&G coupon insert
Final price .37 cents ( as long as you group them with $20 combo)
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4 Responses

  1. what is the Red Plum? Is it an ad or a store? Thanks so much for your help. 🙂

  2. The red plum in a coupon insert that comes in most sunday papers. NOT all papers have it…but most do.

  3. The Kellogs Frosted Flake coupon says $1 off of 2 boxes…how do you get the price to $.67 a box with that coupon?…and do you need to print off an additional KFF coupon for each of the limit of 6?

  4. They have changed the coupon……it was for $1.00 off on ebox. They must have run out of that coupon and started to run a new one…thanks for bringing that to my attention! I am always grateful for my reader help!

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