Whole Foods Matchups 3/5 - 3/11
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Whole Foods Matchups 3/5 – 3/11

Posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 at 9:48 am
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Whole Foods LogoMelt Rich and Creamy Organic, 13 oz $2.59
– Use Use $4.00/1 – Melt Organic Rich & Creamy Melt or Honey Melt, NO doubling, must Unlock coupon for value (hopster.com)
– Or $2.00/1 – Melt or Honey Melt, limit one coupon per person, NO doubling (smartclickadworks.com)
Final Price: Free

 

Brown Cow Greek Non-GMO 0% fat, 5.3 oz $1.19
– 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

 

Earth’s Best Frozen Organic Mini Waffles, 9 oz $2.50
– Use $1.00/1 – Earth’s Best Frozen Product (earthsbestrewards.com)
Final Price: $1.50

 

Rice Dream Organic Rice Drink, 32 oz $2.00
– Use $1.00/1 – Dream Non-Dairy Beverage or Frozen Dessert, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.00

 

Back to Nature Crackers, 6.5 oz $3.00
– Use $1.00/1 – Back to Nature Product (facebook.com)
STACKS WITH
– Use  $1.00/1 – Back to Nature Product: Juice, Cookie, Cracker, Granola or Nut, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.00

 

Back to Nature Organic Shells & Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, 6 oz $2.00
– Use $1.00/1 – Back to Nature Product (facebook.com)
Final Price: $1.00

 

Barbara’s Snackimals Cereal, 9 oz $3.99
– Use $1.50/1 – Barbara’s Organic Snackimals Cereal (commonkindness.com)
STACKS WITH
 – Use $1.50/1 – Barbara’s Organic Snackimals Cereal, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.99

 

Celestial Seasonings Herbal Tea, 20 ct $3.00
– Use $0.75/1 – Celestial Seasonings Tea from (Sunday Insert SS 12/8)
– Or $1.00/2 – Celestial Seasonings Tea Bag Boxes from (Sunday Insert  SS 2/9)
STACKS WITH
– Use $1.00/1 – Celestial Seasonings Tea, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.25

 

Nasoya Pasta Zero Plus, 8 oz $2.39
– Use $0.75/1 – Nasoya Product (facebook.com)
– Or $0.75/1 – Nasoya Product (mambosprouts.com)
Or $0.75/1 – Nasoya Pasta Product from (Sunday Insert RP 1/26)
STACKS WITH
And use $1.00/1 – Nasoya Asian Style Noodles, Asian Style Wraps or Pasta Zero Product, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.64

 

Luna Bar, 1.7 oz $0.99
– Use $1.50/3 – Luna Bar, Protein and/or Fiber Bars, 1 ct, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.49 each, when you buy 2

 

Clif Bar, 2.4 oz $0.99
– Use $0.50/1 – Clif Bar, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.49

 

Organic Valley Half & Half, 32 oz $3.99
– Use $0.75/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half: Original, French Vanilla or Hazelnut (everydaysaver.com)
– Or $0.75/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half (organicvalley.com)
STACKS WITH
And use $1.00/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $2.24

 

Little Duck Organic Tiny Fruits, 1 oz $3.59
– Use $1.00/1 – Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruits, must Boost coupon for value (hopster.com)
Or $0.50/1 – Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruits (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $2.59

 

So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk Creamer, 16 oz $2.00
– Use $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (coupons.com)
– Or $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product from SS 1/5
Final Price: $1.00

 

 

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