Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Sept 2 - 8
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Whole Foods Market Coupon Matchups: Sept 2 – 8

Posted on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 at 9:30 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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Beverages

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Back to Nature Juices, 8 pk 6 oz – $3.00

Includes: Select varieties

Final Price: $2.00
Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 Coupon
Bread & Bakery

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Cinnamon Raisin Sprouted Bread – $2.40

Organic

Frozen Foods

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Applegate Frozen Chicken Nuggets, 16 oz – $6.49
Final Price: $5.74
Buy 1; Use $0.75/1 Coupon
Home Supplies

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Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Liquid Dish Soap, 16 oz – $3.00

Includes: Select varieties

Meat, Poultry & Fish

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Chicken, Whole, per lb – $1.99

Includes: Bell & Evans, Air-Chilled

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Chicken, Wings, Buffalo Cut, per lb – $2.39
Personal Care

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Alba Botanica Hawaiian Shampoo or Conditioner, 12 oz – $6.59

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Desert Essence Mouthwash, 16 oz – $4.00

Includes: Ultra or Whitening

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Desert Essence Toothpaste, 6.25 oz – 50% OFF

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Everyday Coconut Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash or Lotion, 32 oz – $7.99
Pharmacy

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New Chapter Every Man or Every Woman, 24 tabs – $17.49
Final Price: $15.49
Buy 1; Use $2.00/1 Coupon
Produce

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Apples, Gala, Organic, per lb – $1.99

Washington State

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Grapes, Seedless, Organic, per lb – $2.49

Includes: Red or Green, California

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Peaches, Yellow, Organic, per lb – $2.29

Washington State

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