Whole Foods 3/19 - 3/25 Matchups
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Whole Foods 3/19 – 3/25 Matchups

Posted on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 at 9:12 am
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Whole Foods LogoAnnie Chun’s Organic Potstickers $3.39
Use $.50/1 Annie Chun’s Coupon(anniechun.com)
Final Price: $2.89

 

DeLallo Organic Wheat Pasta $2.00
Use $.75 DeLallo Pasta – Ibotta
Final Price: $.50

 

Cascadian Farm Organic Cereal $4.99
Use $.75/1 Cascadian Farm Products(coupons.com)
Final Price: $4.24

 

Tom’s Of Maine Toothpaste $3.99
Use $1/1 Tom’s Of Maine Coupon – (Target Manuf. Coupon)
Final Price: $2.99

 

Three Twins Ice Cream $4.79
Use $1/1 Three Twins Ice Cream Coupon – (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $3.79

 

Newman’s Own Organic Pretzels $2.99
Use $.50/1 Newman’s Own Pretzels Coupon – (newmansownorganics.com)
Final Price: $2.49

 

Uncle Matt’s Juice $1.99 (12 oz)
Use $.50/1 Uncle Matt’s Coupon – (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $1.49

 

Barbara’s Snackimals Cereal $3.99
Use $1.50/1 Snackimals-  Whole Foods Coupon
And use $1.00 off of one (1) Barbara’s product 4.4oz. or larger(hopster.com)
or$1.50/1 Snackimals Coupon – (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $.99

 

Choice Organic Tea $4.99
Use $1/2 Choice Organic Teas – Whole Foods Coupon
And use $1/2 Choice Organic Tea Coupon – (mambosprouts.com)
Final Price: $3.99

 

Kevita Organic Beverage $2.99
Use $1/1 KeVita Coupon – (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $1.99

 

Muir Glen Organic Canned Tomatoes $2.00
Use $.75 Muir Glen – Ibotta
Final Price:$.75

 

Green & Blacks Chocolate Bars $3.79
Use $.50/1 Green & Black’s Chocolate Product (Facebook)
And use $1/1 Green & Black’s Chocolate Bar – Whole Foods
Final Price: $2.29

 

Melt Organic Spread $4.69
Use $1.50 Melt Organic –  Ibotta
And use $4/1 Melt Spread– (Hopster)
Final Price: FREE

 

Little Duck Organic Tiny Fruits $3.99
Use $1/1 Little Duck Tiny Fruit Coupon(Hopster) 
Final Price: $2.99

 

So Delicious Culinary Coconut Milk $2.39
Use $1/1 So Delicious Product – (coupons.com) 
And use $1 So Delicious Product – (Ibotta)
Final Price: $.39

 

Annie’s Homegrown Organic Frozen Pizza $9.99
Use $1.50/1 Annie’s Pizza Coupon (Facebook)
And use $1 Annie’s Product –  (Ibotta)
Final Price: $7.49

 

Cascadian Farm Fruit Spread $3.00
Use $.75/1 Cascadian Farm Products- (coupons.com)
Final Price: $2.25

 

Back To Nature Crackers $3.00
Use $.50/1 Back To Nature – Whole Foods Coupon
Or use $1/1 Back To Nature – Whole Foods Coupon (Jan/Feb Whole Deal)
And use $1/1 Back To Nature Coupon (Facebook)
Final Price: $1.00

 

Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil $6.99
Use $3/1 Spectrum Coupon (Facebook)
Final Price: $3.99

 

Muir Glen Diced Tomatoes $1.67
Use $.75/1 Muir Glen – (Ibotta)
Final Price: $.92

 

Back To Nature Organic Mac-N-Cheese $2.69
Use $1/1 Back To Nature Coupon (Facebook)
Final Price: $1.69

 

Clover Organic Cream On Top Yogurt $1.19
Use $.75/1 Clover Organic Farms Printable – (commonkindness.com) 
Final Price: $.44

 

Happy Baby Pouches $1.49
Use $1/2 Happy Baby Coupon (Facebook)
Final Price: $.99

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