Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: May 13 - 19
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Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups: May 13 – 19

Posted on Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 at 9:07 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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Powerade, 32 oz – $0.59

Free when you redeem 1300 Pig Points

Final Price: Free
After redeeming Pig Points
Bread & Bakery

Piggly Wiggly brand White Bread 16 oz – $0.59

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


Crystal Farms Shredded Cheese, 8 oz – $1.69
  • $0.55/2 Crystal Farms Cheese – 5-10-15 SS; Includes Natural Shredded, Sliced, or Block (exp. 07/05/15)
Final Price: $1.42
Each wyb 2 using (1) $0.55/2 coupon
Frozen Foods

Old Orchard Frozen Juice, 12 oz – $1.25
Final Price: $1.00
Each wyb 4 using (1) $1/4 coupon
Home Supplies

Arm & Hammer Fabric Softener Sheets, 40 ct – $0.99
Final Price: $0.49
Each wyb 2 using (1) $1/2 coupon

Viva Paper Towel, 6 ct – $6.49

Stacks With 

Out-of-Pocket Price: $5.74
Final Price: $4.74
Using (1) $1/1 coupon and after redeeming MobiSave rebate
Meat, Poultry & Fish

Pork, Loin Roast, Boneless, per lb – $1.49

Limit 2

Packaged Meats

Butterball Turkey Bacon, 6 oz – $1.39
Final Price: $0.64

Farmland Pork Sausage Products, 12 oz – $2.99

Includes: breakfast links or pattie varieties

  • $0.75/1 Farmland Homestyle Breakfast Sausage Item – 5-10-15 SS (exp. 06/30/15)
Final Price: $2.24

Grapes, Red, per lb – $0.99

Limit 2 bags

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