Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Grocery Deals -- 6/4-6/10 DOMINICK'S

All meat and seafood is an additional 20% off this week.
You know that round steak I got for $1 a pound yesterday? Well tomorrow it goes on sale for $1.99 a pound, also not too shabby, especially if you have that $5/$15 Rancher's Reserve coupon.
blackberries or raspberries, 5.6 oz. $1.99
Lucerne yogurt cups 50 cents
Lucerne gallon milk $1.99 when you buy 2
Pepsi or 7-Up 12-packs buy 2, get 2 free @ $6
Super Coupons, all $20 purchase required, limit 1: Arm & Hammer laundry detergent 55-69 oz. $3.50 (fyi it's the same price at CVS through Saturday)
Buy 10 items (in single transaction), get $5 off instantly:
The flyer shows a bunch of stuff and the price they will be if you buy 10 mix and match --
7-Up or Pepsi product 2 Liters at 75 cents (use bogo Sierra Mist printable if you still have it), Capri Sun multipacks for $1.49 (there are coupons for a free box of the morning variety on Mac & Cheese multipacks), Betty Crocker cake mix for 79 cents, General Mills cereals at $1.50 (use $1/3 from 5/3 SmartSource), Kashi cereals $2.50, Healthy Choice Fresh Mixers $2.50 (use $1/1 from 5/31 SmartSource), Ken's dressing $2 (use $1/1 from 5/3 SmartSource), Nabisco crackers $1.99 (use $1/1 printables), Pop-Tarts 12 ct. $1.99 (use $3/1 from Dominick's mailer if you got one for free plus possible overage).
Are there good transactions to be had here? Let's see -- I might buy 10 boxes of Triscuits (assuming they are included with the Nabisco offer) because you may still be able to find multiple Kraft $1/1 coupons online. 10 boxes for $10 is very good for Triscuits. But I just stocked up on those at Jewel recently so I probably won't get anything.
Coupon match-ups from Hot Coupon World.


1 comments:

Laura M. said...

FYI, with the Mix & Match, it's only two specific General Mills cereals--Regular Cheerios 8.9 oz and Cinnamon Toast Crunch 12.8 oz. I got into a bit of a pissing match w/the manager today because I had bought 3 Honey Nut Cheerios, which don't really qualify (my bad for not reading the fine print), but I prevailed and he handed me $5. I think he just didn't want to deal with looking through all my groceries, so I don't recommend that everyone try this. :-)
I was really happy, though, to get $53.09 of groceries for only $20.32 on my first couponing adventure in years! Thanks to you bloggers for the assistance!