Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: July 1 - 7
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Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: July 1 – 7

Posted on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 at 8:05 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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Breakfast & Cereal

Kellogg’s Cereal, 12.2 – 15 oz – $1.99

Includes: Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, or Frosted Flakes

Final Price: $0.99
After redeeming (1) $1/1 coupon
Cookies, Snacks & Candy

Pringles, 5.33 – 6.42 oz – $1.33
    • $1.00/3 Pringles Full Size Cans – 6-28-15 RP; Includes: 160g or Larger; Excludes: Fat Free, 100 Calorie and Trial/Travel Sizes (exp. 08/09/15)

Stacks With 

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.00
Final Price: $0.66
Each wyb 3 using (1) $1/3 coupon and after redeeming MobiSave rebate

Dean’s Dips, 12 – 16 oz – $0.99
Final Price: $0.49
Each wyb 2 using (1) $1/2 coupon
Frozen Foods

Eggo Products, 5 – 40 ct – $1.99

Get one Dean’s 48 oz ice cream free when you purchase 2 participating Eggo productsIncludes: pancakes or waffles

Stacks With 

Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.99
Final Price: $0.61
Each wyb 2 using (2) $1/1 coupons and after redeeming MobiSave rebate, PLUS get free Dean’s ice cream

Old Orchard Lemonade or Limeade, 12 oz – $0.89
Final Price: $0.64
Each wyb 4 using (1) $1/4 coupon
Grains, Pasta & Sides
Meat, Poultry & Fish

Chicken, Breast, Boneless, Skinless, per lb – $1.49

Sale price good through July 4th, limit 4

Packaged Meats

Tyson Bacon, 16 oz – $1.99

Limit 3

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.99
Final Price: $1.79
After redeeming Ibotta rebate

Corn, ea – $0.13

sale price through July 4th, limit 8

Watermelon, Seedless, per lb – $1.99

Sale price good through July 4th, limit 1

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