Piggly Wiggly – Feb 25 – Mar 3
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Piggly Wiggly – Feb 25 – Mar 3

Posted on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 at 8:41 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 Pop Tarts, 6 – 8 ct – $1.99
Final Price: $0.99
Using (1) $1/1 coupon
Canned Goods & Soups

Food Club Refried Beans, 16 oz – $0.79

Food Club Tomato Sauce or Tomatoes, 14.5 – 15 oz – $0.50

Food Club Yellow Corn Taco Shells, 12 ct – $0.99

Progresso Recipe Starters, 9 oz – $1.69
Final Price: $0.94
Using (1) $0.75/1 coupon

Starkist Chunk Light Tuna, 5 oz – $0.69

Free when you redeem Pig Points; limit 2

Final Price: Free
After redeeming Pig Points
Home Supplies

Tide Simply Clean Liquid Laundry Detergent, 50 oz – $3.49
  • $1.00/2 Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Detergent; Era or Cheer Detergent; 25 oz or Larger, Downy or Bounce Sheets; Excludes Downy Unstoppables, Downy Single Rinse; Excludes Trial or Travel Size, Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 2-15-15 RP – (exp. 03/31/15)
Final Price: $2.99
Each wyb 2 using (1) $1/2 coupon
Packaged Meats

Farmland Sausage Products, 8 – 12 oz – $1.29

Includes: breakfast links or rolls

  • $0.75/1 Farmland Breakfast Sausage Item; DND – 1-25-15 SS – (exp. 03/15/15)
Final Price: $0.54

Sugardale Hot Dogs, 16 oz – $1.49
  • $0.50/1 Sugardale Bacon, Ready Bacon, Bratwurst, or Hot Dog; Excludes Hot Dogs, 10 oz – 2-1-15 SS – (exp. 03/15/15)
Final Price: $0.99

Food Club English Muffins, 6 ct – $0.99
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