Sprouts Farmers Markets Coupon Matchups: Oct 7 - 14
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Sprouts Farmers Markets Coupon Matchups: Oct 7 – 14

Posted on Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 at 8:59 am
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Welcome to this week’s Sprouts 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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Multi-Item Deals
72 Hour Sale: Friday 10/9 – Sunday 10/11 Only

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Chicken, Thighs, Boneless, Skinless, per lb – $1.49

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Pumpkins, Carving, ea – $3.00
Baby Food & Care

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Plum Organics Baby Food Pouch, 3 – 4 oz – $1.00

Includes: Select varieties

Final Price: $0.50
Beverages

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Runa Tea, 14 oz – $1.00

Includes: Select varieties

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.00
Final Price: Free
Buy 1 Pay $1 OOP. Submit for $1 rebate. Final Price: Free
Meat, Poultry & Fish

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Chicken, Breast, Boneless, Skinless, Natural, per lb – 1.88

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Pork, Ribs, Country Style, All Natural, per lb – $1.99

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Pork, Shoulder Roast, All Natural, per lb – 1.49
Produce

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Lettuce, Green Leaf, ea – $0.48
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.48
Final Price: $0.23
Buy 1 Pay $0.48 OOP. Submit for $0.25 rebate. Final Price: $0.23

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Lettuce, Red Leaf, ea – $0.48
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.48
Final Price: $0.23
Buy 1 Pay $0.48 OOP. Submit for $0.25 rebate. Final Price: $0.23

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Papayas, Maradol, per lb – $0.48

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Potatoes, Red, per lb – $0.48
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.48
Final Price: $0.23
Buy 1 pound. Pay $0.48 OOP. Submit for $0.25 rebate. Final Price: $0.23

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Potatoes, Yukon Gold, per lb – $0.48
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.48
Final Price: $0.23
Buy 1 pound. Pay $0.48 OOP. Submit for $0.25 rebate. Final Price: $0.23

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Strawberries, 1 lb – $1.48
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