Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: 1/28 – 2/3
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Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: 1/28 – 2/3

Posted on Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 at 9:06 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
Save $3 instantly at the checkout when you mix & match any multiples of 6; limit 2 offers

Pringles Potato Crisps, 5.3 – 6.42 oz – $1.49
  • $1.00/3 Pringles, 160 g or Larger; Excludes Fat Free, Reduced Fat, 100 Calorie and Trial and Travel sizes, Limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip, No Cash Back – 1-25-15 RP – (exp. 03/08/15)
Final Price: $0.66
Each wyb 3 using (1) $1/3 coupon and after in-store instant savings
Save $5 instantly when you buy any 10 participating General Mills Box Tops for Education products

General Mills Cereal, 10.7 oz – 12.25 oz – $2.49

Includes: Trix, Lucky Charms, Cocoa Puffs, Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, or Honey Nut Cheerios

Final Price: $1.24
Using (1) $0.75/1 coupon and after in-store instant savings

Pepsi Products, 12 pk 12 oz cans – $2.66

Each wyb 3 with in-ad store coupon and separate $10 or larger non-coupon purchase; limit 3Includes: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, or Mountain Dew

Bread & Bakery

Piggly Wiggly brand Buns, per lb – $0.79

Free when you redeem 1700 Pig Points; limit 3Includes: hamburger or hot dog


Dean’s Dip, 12- 16 oz – $1.29
Final Price: $0.79
Eachwyb 2 using (1) $1/2 coupon

Food Club Cheese, 6 – 8 oz – $0.99

With in-ad store coupon an separate $10 or larger non-coupon purchase; limit 4Includes: chunk or shredded

Yoplait Yogurt Cups, 4 – 6 oz – $0.39

Limit 10Includes: Original, Whipped, or Light

  • $0.40/6 Yoplait Yogurt Cups; Includes Original, Light, Light Thick & Creamy, Thick & Creamy, Whips or Lactose Free – 1-4-15 SS – (exp. 02/28/15)
  • $0.50/8 Yoplait Yogurt Cups – 1-4-15 SS – (exp. 02/28/15)
  • $1.00/10 Yoplait Yogurt Cups – 1-4-15 SS – (exp. 02/28/15)
Final Price: $0.32
Each wyb 6 using (1) $0.40/6 coupon
Meat, Poultry & Fish

Chicken, Drumsticks, per lb – $0.49

With in-ad store coupon and separate $10 or larger non-coupon purchase; limit 2 packages


Avocado, Hass, ea – $0.79

Grapes, Seedless, Green, per lb – $1.99
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