Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups - Sep 3 - 9
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Piggly Wiggly Coupon Matchups – Sep 3 – 9

Posted on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 at 8:00 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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Beefsteak Tomatoes, per lb – $0.99

Stacks With 

Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.99
Final Price: $0.54
for one pound after stacking SavingStar and Checkout 51 rebates
Seedless Green Grapes, per lb – $0.99
Butterball Turkey Breast, per lb – $4.99
Bread & Bakery
Brownberry Wide Pan Bread, 24 oz – $1.99

Just $0.99 when you redeem 2200 Pig Points; limit 2

Final Price: $0.99
After redeeming Pig Points
Condiments, Spice & Baking
Jif Peanut Butter, 15.5 – 16 oz – $1.99
  • $0.50/1 Jif Peanut Butter or Whips Product – 7-13-14 RP – (exp. 09/13/14)
Final Price: $1.49
Using (1) $0.50/1 coupon
Breakfast & Cereal
Kellogg’s Cereal, 9 – 12 oz – $1.99

Includes: Cinnabon, Rice Krispies, Frosted Flakes, or Corn Flakes

Final Price: $1.49
After redeeming (1) $0.50/1 coupon
Capri Sun Fruit Juice Drink, 10 ct – $1.49

Limit 3

  • $1.00/2 Capri Sun Products, 10 ct or Larger – 8-3-14 RP – (exp. 09/14/14)
Final Price: $0.99
Each wyb 2 using (1) $1/2 coupon
Piggly Wiggly brand Milk, gallon – $1.49

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

Yoplait Yogurt, 4 – 6 oz – $0.39
Final Price: $0.19
Each after redeeming (1) $1/5 coupon
Home Supplies
Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Detergent, 50 oz – $2.99

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

Final Price: $2.49
After redeeming (1) $0.50/1 coupon, plus eligible to be applied to MIR
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