Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: July 23 - 29
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Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: July 23 – 29

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 at 5:15 pm
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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 limit 4
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Kellogg’s Cereal, 17 – 24 oz – $1.99

Includes: Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Rice Krispies, Frosted Flakes, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes, or Frosted Mini Wheats

Final Price: $1.32
Each wyb 4 using (2) $1.35/2 coupon
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Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts 12 ct – $1.99

Limit 4

Final Price: $0.49
Each wyb 4 using (4) $1.50/1 coupons
Mix & Match any 5 of these ice creams and ice cream treats to get sale price; limit 5 total
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Edy’s Outshine Bars, 3 – 12 ct – $2.49
Final Price: $1.49
Using (1) $1/1 coupon as part of the mix & match promo
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Wonka Push-Ups or Peel A Pops, 3 – 12 ct – $2.49
  • $1.00/1 Wonka Peel-A-Pop Frozen Dessert Pops, 8 ct – 6-29-14 SS – (exp. 08/31/14)
Final Price: $1.49
Using (1) $1/1 coupon as part of the mix & match promo
Produce
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Bolthouse Farms Baby Carrots, 1 lb – $0.69

With in-ad store coupon and separate $10 or larger non-coupon purchase; limit 1

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Red Seedless Grapes, per lb – $1.29
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.29
Final Price: $1.03
for 1 pound after redeeming SavingStar rebate
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Sweet Golden Pineapple, each – $1.49
Packaged Meats
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Johnsonville Products, 19 oz – $3.99
Final Price: $2.99
Using (1) $1/1 coupon
Canned Goods & Soups
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Chicken of the Sea Products, select varieties – $0.75

Includes: 3.75 oz sardines or 5 oz chunk light tuna

Final Price: $0.50
Each wyb 3 using (1) $0.75/3 coupon
Condiments, Spice & Baking
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Food Club Peanut Butter, 18 oz – $0.99

With in-ad store coupon and separate $10 or larger non-coupon purchase; limit 1

Cookies, Snacks & Candy
Home Supplies
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Valu Time Paper Towels, 8 ct – $2.99
Personal Care
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Crest Toothpaste, 6.4 oz – $0.99

Limit 2Includes: Whitening, Tartar, or Cavity Protection

  • $0.20/1 Crest Toothpastes, 3 oz or Larger; Crest Rinse, 237 mL or Larger; Oral-B Glide Floss, 35 M; or Glide Floss Picks, 30 ct or Larger; Excludes Trial and Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 7-6-14 PG – (exp. 07/31/14)
  • $0.50/1 Crest Toothpastes, 3 oz or Larger; Crest Rinse, 237 mL or Larger; Oral-B Glide Floss, 35 M; or Glide Floss Picks, 30 ct or Larger; Excludes Trial and Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 7-6-14 PG – (exp. 07/31/14)
Final Price: $0.49
Using (1) $0.50/1 coupon
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