Sprouts 9/11-9/18 Matchups
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Sprouts 9/11-9/18 Matchups

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 at 11:27 am
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Sprouts logoUAS Labs DDS Plus Probiotics, 100 count $15.99
Use $2.00/1 DDS Probiotic Product – (sprouts.com)
Final Price: $13.99

Natural Factors RX Omega-3 Factors, 240 count $34.99
Use $2.00 off any Natural Factors Product – (naturalfactors.com)
Final Price: $32.99

Van’s Organic Frozen Waffles $3.49
Buy One Get One Free
Use $1.00/1 Van’s Product – (Van’s)
Final Price: $1.25 each, when you buy 2

So Delicious Organic Coconut Milk
Buy One Get One Free
Use $0.55/1 So Delicious Product – (facebook.com)
Final Price: Varies

Earthbound Farm Organic Frozen Fruit
Buy One Get One Free
Use $1.00/2 Earthbound Farm – (ebfarm.com)
Or $1.00/1 Earthbound Farm WYB Frozen Fruit or Vegetables – (sprouts.com)
Final Price: Varies

Lundberg Organic Rice or Pasta $2.50
Use $0.75/1 Lundberg Risotto – (lundberg.com)
Final Price: $1.75

Earthbound Farm Organic Salads $3.49
Buy One Get One Free
Use $1.00/2 Earthbound Farm – (ebfarm.com)
Or $1.00/1 Earthbound Farm WYB Frozen Fruit or Vegetables – (sprouts.com)
Final Price: $1.50 each, when you buy 2

Zevia All-Natural Soda, 6-pack $3.99
Use $1.50/1 Zevia Product – (zevia.com)
Or $1.50/2 Zevia Zero Calorie Soda – (sprouts.com)
Final Price: $2.49

Annie’s Homegrown Snack Mix $4.99
Buy One Get One Free
Use $0.50/1 Annie’s Snack – (rockthelunchbox.com)
Final Price: $2.25 each, when you buy 2

Nutiva Coconut Oil
Buy One Get One Free
Use $2.00/1 Nutiva Product – (EcoBonus)
Final Price: Varies

Shamrock Farms Milk $1.00 each, when you buy 5
Use $1.00/5 On-The-Go Milks – (shamrockfarms.net)
Final Price: $0.80 each, when you buy 5

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