Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Apr 6 - 12
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Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Apr 6 – 12

Posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 at 8:37 am
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Welcome to this week’s Whole Foods 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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Breakfast & Cereal

Barbara’s Puffins Cereal, 10 – 11 oz – $3.00

Includes: Assorted varieties

Final Price: $2.00

Grilled Chicken Breast, per lb – $8.99

Our Chef’s Own

Whole Foods Market Pad Thai, 16 oz – $2.50
Frozen Foods

365 Everyday Value Frozen Macaroni & Cheese, 9 oz – $2.50

365 Everyday Value Lasagna or Vegan Frozen Pizza, 9.5 – 10 oz – $2.50

Includes: Select varieties

Grains, Pasta & Sides

Annie’s Homegrown Grass-Fed Macaroni & Cheese, 6 oz – $2.00

Includes: Classic Mild Cheddar

Meat, Poultry & Fish

Chicken, Breasts, Boneless, Skinless, per lb – $3.99

Includes: Booth Creek

Packaged Meats

Applegate Black Forest Ham, 7 oz – $3.99
Final Price: $3.24
Personal Care

365 Everyday Value Body Wash, Shampoo, Conditioner or Lotion, 16 oz – $1.99

The Natural Dentist Toothpaste, 5 oz – $5.00
Final Price: $4.00

Pears, Bartlett, Organic, per lb – $1.69


Peppers, Bell, per lb – $1.99

Includes: Red, Yellow or Orange, Mexico, Whole Trade

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.99
Final Price: $1.74
Buy 1 pd of Red Bell Peppers; Includes Ibotta Rebate Savings
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