Monday, September 19, 2011

Randalls - A few more Frozen Food Scenarios


There is a pretty awesome rebate out right now that will work really great with the frozen food deal that is going on at Randalls through tomorrow. I am not sure where this rebate comes from as my friend sent me one in a RAOK, but I do see they have some auctions on ebay. It is possible some of the clipping services or a trader on the coupon boards might have some too (just search Freschetta rebate to search)
Anyway, the rebate is for $10 when you buy 3 Freschetta pizzas in a single transaction no later than 9-30-11.

Well, at Randalls, the Freschetta pizzas are $6.99 each
So, combining with the frozen food coupons, you can do the following:
3 Freschetta pizzas @ 6.99 = $20.97*
-$6.29 - 30% off in-ad coupon
-$5/15 Randalls Frozen food booklet coupon
-2 $1 IP (if you have multiple computers, print 3 and don't use the .75 one)
-.75 Randalls Frozen Food booklet coupon
=$6.93 for 3 pizzas then mail for $10 back!

Another deal a friend figured out and I tweaked (thanks Court, great minds think alike ;)
The Pillsbury Scrambles are $2.50 each .  If you have multiple coupons and your Randalls still allows you to use multiples, you could do the following (of course you can also mix and match with other items)
6 Scrambles @ 2.50 each = $15
-$4.50 - 30% off in-ad coupon
-$5/15 Randalls frozen food booklet
-$1 - Randalls frozen food booklet coupon (have to buy at least 2 due to $3 min requirement)
-$6 - 6 $1 insert 9-11 GM
= $1.50 money maker!(throw in a Totinos pizza roll @1.25 for another profit of .18)

*Since this transaction is already half way to $50, you might want to try to find some other items to throw into your transaction to get to $50 and then use the $5/50 you can print on Recyclebank for just 50 points (you can do the green your school challenge and get way more points than that in about 5 minutes.)

Other items I have been getting to get to $50:

Chunky Soup $1.11 with in ad coupon - $.50/2 IP = .61 a can wyb 2 (first coupon will double, thus taking off .50 per can)
*there is also a $2/5 IP here which makes them .71 a can wyb 5

Barilla Whole Grain Pasta $1
-.55 insert 9-18 SS
=.45 (if you buy 3 in a single transaction, you get a $2 oynso for a small Money Maker)

Tide trial size .99
-.50 insert 8-28 P&G
= FREE

Danimals yogurt $1.69 with in ad coupon
-.50 insert 8-14 SS
= .69 each (works on the Coolison that are 8 count since they are normally 6 ct and it states you get 2 free)

Ocean Spray Sparkling 4 packs $2 each
-$1.50 MDA coupon booklet coupon
=.50 each

Purina One cat food boxes $2.79
-$2 insert 8-21 SS
=.79 each

Today at one store I noticed Fancy Feast canned cat food .80 less 50% stickers
There is an in ad coupon to get 10 cans for $5,
I attempted this on the $1 cans, but I think it was meant for the .80 cans as the randalls in ad coupon didn't take off(it says select varieties).
Assuming it works, it should look like this?

10 cans @ .80 each = $8
-$3 Randalls in ad coupon
-$4 - from 50% stickers
=$1 for 10 cans or .10 each!


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where is the 30% off frozen coupon? I even looked under my mom's zip in Houston, and looked at her ad and didn't see the 30% off q.

Stephanie (aka KC, ZM) said...

Anon the 30% is on the bottom of page 1 of the ad

Anonymous said...

Does it matter if u hand the 30% in ad coupon or the 5/15 first?

Stephanie (aka KC, ZM) said...

No, I have handed the 5/15 first in one transaction and then done the 30% first in another and order does not seem to matter. I would suggest giving all the store coupons first though and if you have the 5/50, I suggest doing that one first while your total is still above $50

Anonymous said...

I see the little 30% off coupon now! I've been missing out on this for days!

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