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Piggly Wiggly 6/4-6/10 Coupon Matchups

Posted on Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 at 8:51 am
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Welcome to this week’s Piggly Wiggly 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! Please note that prices can vary by region.
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Multi-Item Deals
Each wyb 4 participating Kellogg’s products, limit 4
Kellogg’s Cereal, 10.8 – 15.5 oz – $1.99

Includes: Rice Krispies Whole Grain, Rice Krispies, Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Frosted Flakes, or Cocoa Krispies

Final Price: $1.49
Each after redeeming (1) $0.50/1 coupon
Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 6 – 8 ct – $1.99
Final Price: $0.49
Each after redeeming (1) $1.50/1 coupon
Save $6 instantly at checkout when you purchase any 6 participating items – mix & match
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, 16 oz – $3.99
  • $1.00/1 Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt – 5-18-14 RP – (exp. 06/15/14)
  • $1.00/2 Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt – 5-18-14 RP – (exp. 06/15/14)
Final Price: $1.99
Using (1) $1/1 coupon and after instant savings
Jicama Root, per lb – $0.79
Red Seedless Grapes, per lb – $1.29
Meat, Poultry & Fish
80% Lean Ground Beef, per lb – $2.49

Sold in 3 lb + Family Pack

Packaged Meats
Sugardale Hot Dogs, 16 oz – $0.79

Fre when you redeem 2200 Pig Points; limit 3

Final Price: Free
After redeeming Pig Points
Cookies, Snacks & Candy
Sunbelt Bakery Granola Bars, 9.5 – 11 oz – $1.99
Final Price: $0.44
Using (1) $0.55/1 coupon and stack with ibotta rebate
Ice Mountain Spring Water, 3 L – $0.99
Frozen Foods
Food Club Frozen Pops, 12 ct – $0.99

Includes: rainbow, banana, tropical, or Red/White

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