Nature's Harvest Bread for Only $.94
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Nature’s Harvest Bread for Only $.94

Posted on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015 at 10:42 am
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Head to your local Albertsons for this hot deal on bread!

Nature’s Harvest Bread, 20 oz – $1.79
Includes: Butter Top White or Wheat
Use $0.55/1 Nature’s Harvest Bread (Zip Code 77477)
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$0.30/1 Bread, Pre-Sliced Single Loaf – Ibotta Rebate; Includes Single Loaf Bagged Varieties Only; Excludes Bagels, English Muffins, Rolls, Buns, or Sandwich Thins or Baked In Store
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.24
Final Price: $0.94
Buy 1; Use $0.55/1 Coupon; Includes $0.30 Ibotta Rebate

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