Wednesday, February 1, 2012

HEB Super Bowl Commercial - Spoiler alert and Free Hillshire Farms

Well, it seems HEB has purchased a commercial to air during the Big Game this weekend.
I have got to say, this is the MOST elaborate HEB commercial I have EVER seen(and I grew up in an HEB only grocery store town)
If you don't mind getting a spoiler, check it out here and let me know what you think!

I will be working on the matchups for HEB tonight so be sure to come back to read up.
One I did learn about from my friend Amy is to print the Hillshire Farm Grilled Essentials meat $1 coupon(I used zip code 77083 and sorted by Food).
They are on sale in the HEB ad for $1 so free.  This coupon does print with just the new barcode so if my HEB will not accept it, I am hoping Walmart or Target carries this variety to price match.

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Anonymous said...

ZM - Wanted to leave a comment here to let you know.....I just saw this week's HEB flyer....the Tilex Mold & Mildew produt that you like is on sale for 2 for $5. With the facebook IP you posted a couple of weeks ago. You should be able to get the bottle for 50cents.

Stephanie (aka KC, ZM) said...

actually it is 2.50 after in store coupon so I am hoping to price match at walmart to get it for .50 as the in store coupon is an M

Thanks for thinking of me though, my shower needs a major cleaning and I have 6 coupons to burn :D

Anonymous said...

that is a really cool commercial:)Loved it!

Anonymous said...

ZM - Sorry...did not get that it was only after the HEB cpn. I tried to buy mine today but it was a no go. This was the store on Grand Parkway and 59. I was told that the store no longer accepts any kind of internet printed coupons. I mentioned that I thought it was their store policy but was told it was a no go because there were a lot of "scandals" with internet coupons (quoting the cashier).

Stephanie (aka KC, ZM) said...

Anon, I would let them know on the contact us part of there website. If they are NOT accepting IPs at all, why does their website offer then and have you waste your ink. I think that store is making up rules and corporate needs to be made aware.

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