Save-A-Lot Coupon Matchups: Dec 25 - Jan 8
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Save-A-Lot Coupon Matchups: Dec 25 – Jan 8

Posted on Monday, December 28th, 2015 at 3:10 pm
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Welcome to this week’s Save-A-Lot Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups!

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Prices taken from the Wilkes-Barre Save-a-Lot Ad; will vary by region.
Breakfast & Cereal

General Mills Cereal, 10.9 – 12 oz – $1.99

Assorted (pictured are Trix, Cocoa Puffs, & Cookie Crisp)

Final Price: $1.49
use the $1/2 coupon
Canned Goods & Soups

Hormel Chili with Beans, 15 oz – $1.29
Final Price: $1.02
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Frozen Foods

Jose Ole Appetizers, 16 – 22.5 oz – $3.99
Final Price: $2.49
buy 2; use (1) $3/2
Grains, Pasta & Sides

Idahoan Potatoes Pouch, 4 – 4.1 oz – $1.00
  • $1.00/3 Idahoan Products – 11-8-15 Kids360 (exp. 01/31/16)
Final Price: $0.67
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Meat, Poultry & Fish

Armour Lunch Makers, 2.57 – 3.3 oz – $0.99

Fairgrounds Hot Dogs, 12 oz – $0.79

Hormel Pepperoni, 3 oz – $1.00
Final Price: $0.50
watch for size match

Cabbage, Green, per lb – $0.33

Carrots, 2 lb bag – $0.99

Dole Classic Iceberg Salad, 12 oz – $0.79

Mushrooms, Portabella, 6 – 8 oz – $1.00

Mushrooms, Whole, White, 6 – 8 oz – $1.00

Butterball Turkey Bacon, 6 – 12 oz – $1.00
Final Price: $0.45
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