Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Nov 18 - 26
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Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Nov 18 – 26

Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 at 8:57 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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Celestial Seasonings Holiday Tea, 20 ct – $2.50

Includes: Select varieties

  • $1.00/2 Celestial Seasonings Tea Bag Boxes
  • $1.00/1 Celestial Seasoning Teas – 10-4-15 SS; Excludes K-Cups (exp. 01/04/16)
  • $1.00/2 Celestial Seasonings Teas – 11-1-15 SS (exp. 02/01/16)
  • $2.00/2 Celestial Seasonings Teas – 11-1-15 SS (exp. 02/01/16)
  • $1.00/1 Celestial Seasonings Tea – Whole Foods 2015 Calendar (exp. 12/31/15)
Final Price: $1.50
Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 Coupon
Bread & Bakery

Iced Gingerbread Bundt Cake, 20 oz – $3.00

Made In-House

Meat, Poultry & Fish

Chicken, Legs, per lb – $1.99

Includes: Bell & Evans, Air-Chilled, Family Pk of 3 lbs or More

Shrimp, Extra-Large, Cooked, per lb – $10.99

Farm Raised in Thailand

Personal Care

Deep Steep Hand Cream, 2 oz – $4.00

Jason Satin Shower Body Wash, 30 oz – $7.99

Lyman Orchards Apple Cider, 1/2 gal – $3.00


Mandarins, Stem & Leaf Satsuma, per lb – $1.69


Mellick’s Town Farm Apple Cider, 1/2 gal – $3.00


Yams, Organic, per lb – $1.49


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