Special Grocery Deals for Thanksgiving
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Special Grocery Deals for Thanksgiving

Posted on Thursday, November 20th, 2008 at 4:49 pm
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Speaking of coupons….

Match these deals together at your favorite local stores!

Kroger – With a $25 purchase, you receive a specially priced turkey. Prices are as follows: Butterball Tom Turkey 16-20 lbs-$12.00, Private Selection Hen 12-14 lbs-$6.00, Private Selection Tom 16-20 lbs-$8.00.

Stretch that $25 purchase as far as it will go! Print the coupons here (limit 2) for .55 off one Cinnamon Toast Crunch and one Honey Nut Cheerios. They are on sale for $2.50. Use the smartsource printable coupon with the in store checkout instant savings of $2 off 4 boxes, and your final price is $1.45 each. Buy four 12-packs of Coke, get a fifth one free – they are priced at $3 this week, so your final price is $2.40 each. There are special sales this week on celery, pie shells, and great combination with coupons – for example, smart balance buttery spread is on sale for $1.99, if you use the $1.00 coupon from the Red Plum Sunday coupon insert of Sept 7, your final cost is .99.

Meijer – There are great deals on Turkey and other meats. Get $10 off Grade A Hen Turkeys or $16 off Grade A Tom Turkeys with an additional $20 purchase. These include Honeysuckle brand, and you can use a $1.00 coupon which appeared in some Smart Source inserts on November 16. While you are stretching that $20 purchase – Meijer milk is on sale for $2.50 a gallon and Kelloggs cereals are on sale for $2.33 each – use the $1.00 coupon in the November 9th Red Plum insert and your cost is $1.33. Green Giant 12 oz frozen veges are .89 this week – use the coupon from this week’s Smart Source newspaper insert and get them FREE.

Meijer doubles coupons in some areas.  Please check with your local store for sales, as they vary from region to region.

We’ll be featuring more stores, and more matchups in the days ahead!

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