Best of Safeway Matchups 1/11-1/17
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Best of Safeway Matchups 1/11-1/17

Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 at 1:42 pm
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Here are the best Safeway matchups for $1 and under!

1. Safeway Drumsticks/Thighs $0.99/lb

2.  Hass Avocados $0.99

3. Safeway Farms Baby Peeled Carrots $1.00

4. Green Bell Peppers $0.79

5. Oranges $0.49/lb

6. Imperial Spread $0.75
Limit 4

7. Lucerne Creamery Fresh Yogurt $0.59
Limit 10

8. Powerade $0.69
Limit 15

9. Pillsbury Traditional Brownie Mix $0.99
Use $1.00/2 Pillsbury Frostings or Brownie Mixes from 11/06/2011   Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.49 each when you buy 2

10. Knorr Lipton Rice or Pasta Sides $1.00

11.Anthony’s Pasta $1.00

12. Colgate Toothpaste $0.99
Use $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste, 4 oz+ from 01/01/2012 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.24

13. Ladies Speed Stick $1.49
Limit 4
Use $1.00/1 Speed stick or lady Speed stick from 01/01/2012  Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.49

Special Sale: Pricing is valid Friday (1/13) through Monday (1/17)

14.  Chef Boyardee $0.89
Use $1.00/4 Chef Boyardee Microwave Pasta from 01/01/2012  Sunday insert
Or $0.50/4 Chef Boyardee Pasta, any from  01/01/2012  Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.64 each when you buy 4

15. Nabisco Saltines or Snak Sacks, 8.0 – 16.5 oz. $1.59
Use $3.00/3 Nabisco Honey Maid, Newtons, Ritz Crackerfuls, Teddy Grahams, Wheat Thins, and Triscuit from 01/08/2012 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.59 each when you buy 3

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