Whole Foods 4/30 - 5/6 Matchups
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Whole Foods 4/30 – 5/6 Matchups

Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 12:22 pm
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Whole Foods LogoBelow are the best deals at Whole Foods this week. To see all of the deals at Whole Foods in your area, please download our partner app, Favado for coupon matchups & a shopping list right on your mobile device!


So Delicious Dairy Free Almond Milk Frozen Dessert, 16 oz $4.99
Use $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (coupons.com)
Or $0.55/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (facebook.com)
Or $0.55/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (sodeliciousdairyfree.com)
Final Price: $3.99


Evol Burrito $2.50
Use $1.00/1 – Evol Product (mambosprouts.com)
Or $2.00/2 – Evol Products (mambosprouts.com)
Final Price: $1.50


Good Belly Probiotics, 32 oz $3.00
Use $2.00/1 – GoodBelly Product, must Boost coupon for value  (hopster.com)
Or $1.00/1 – GoodBelly Probiotic Juice Drink (goodbelly.com)
Final Price: $1.00


Melt Organic Rich & Creamy Spread, 13 oz $2.50
Use $4.00/1 – Melt Organic Rich & Creamy Melt or Honey Melt, NO doubling, must Unlock coupon for value (hopster.com)
Final Price: Free


Brown Cow Greek Yogurt, 5.3 oz $1.19
Use $1.00 off any two (2) 5.3oz. Brown Cow Non-GMO 0% Greek Yogurts – hopster.com
Use B1G1 FREE – Brown Cow Non-GMO Greek Yogurt Cups, 0% fat, 5.3oz (mambosprouts.com)
Final Price: $0.60 each, when you buy 2


Little Ducks Organic Tiny Fruits, 1 oz $3.39
Use $1.00/1 – Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruits, must Unlock coupon for value (hopster.com)
Or $0.50/1 – Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruits (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $2.39




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