Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Food Town Ad - Dec 12th - 18th

Food Town has about 26 locations in and around the Houston area.  Find out if you are close to one here.

If you are, you can either shop in store, or take your ad to Walmart to price match.
You can get on their home mailer list by stopping in at your store and asking at the service desk to be added to the mailing list.  Then, you should get a 2 page homemailer every week.  In this mailer is a coupon good for a deal of the week that can be combined with manufacturer coupons for added savings.

Food Town does NOT double or triple coupons and it is store policy to adjust the coupon down to the value of the item.  Most locations have a posted policy that states a limit of 6 like coupons.

Crisp Carrots (5 lbs) $1.99

Crisp Celery $0.99 each

Fresh Calabacita Squash $0.69/lb

Sweet Sue Regular Chicken Broth (14.5 oz) $0.50

Bush's Best Black Beans, Red Kidney, Garbonzo and Pinto, select varieties (15-16 oz) $0.69
*Just in time for chili making weather

Langers Mango Citrus Cocktail Juice, No Sugar Added Mango Nectar or No Sugar Added Grape Juice (64 oz) $1.54
Use $0.55 manufacturer coupon found in store ad
$0.99 after coupon

Velvetta, regular only (2 lb) $4.99
Use $1 tearpad coupon
$3.99 after coupon

Parade Long Grain Rice (3 lb) $0.99

Parade Shredded Cheese (8 oz) $0.99
*I don't know anything about this brand?

Borden Milk (1 gal) $3.66
Use $1 off coupon from homemailer ad with $10 additional purchase
Use $0.55 coupon from 12/9 Smart Source insert (regional)
$2.11 after coupons
Market Wrapped Boneless Skinless Fryer Breast or Tenders $1.77/lb

Mrs Smiths Cobbler: Peach, Cherry Crumb or Blackberry (32 oz) $2.44
Use $1 coupon from 11/18 Smart Source Insert
$1.44 after coupon

Farmland Regular Breakfast roll Sausage (16 oz) $1.25

Johnsonville breakfast sausage patties or links (12oz) $1.99
Use $0.75 blinkie (found at Kroger- thanks Denise)
$1.24 after coupon

Let me know if you see anything I might have missed :D

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Anonymous said...

Parade is a generic brand. I've purchased the cheese before and I have no complaints. It's good. Their tomato sauce, oatmeal, sugar and flour are all pretty good too.

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