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Tight Wad Tips! FREE at WinCo!! LINK UP

The other day, I received a mailer from WinCo comparing their prices to Walmart, Harmons, Smiths and Macey's.  I kept it to compare against my notes, and to see how those prices were affected by my coupons.  I didn't realize until this morning that the back of the mailer was full of coupons for FREE breakfast foods!

FREE WinCo Items:

Malt-O-Meal Cereal: Saved $2.48
Bars S Bacon: Saved $1.98
Cascade Pride English Muffins: $.68
Minute Maid OJ: $2.48
Oakdell Eggs: $.87

=FREE and more FREE!  Wahoo!!

Total Savings: $8.49
If you're close to a WinCo, I hope you saved this mailer! It's worth the trip!!  --you can only use the coupons at the store listed on them.  And you can use them all in one trip!

Veronica

Did you have a great shopping trip?
Have a frugal recipe?
Know a great sale or deal??
ANYTHING OF A TIGHTWAD NATURE...



Comments

Anonymous said…
Were you able to use all the coupons on the same trip? That's been my only hesitation in using them.
Thanks!
Ashley R said…
Haven't seen them here is Northern CA! I will keep a look out!!
Veronica got it all in one trip! Love WinCo!
Hope you get one Ashley!!
plainoldsarah said…
I sent Bret through with all the coupons and stuff and I'm pretty sure they didn't even charge him tax. I went through, using another set of coupons (from a neighbor), but I bought other stuff as well. The neighbor only wanted the English muffins so we enjoyed getting extra eggs and bacon and juice and cereal. I love it when Winco does that.
Kristen said…
Sent my husband to use them this morning - they are only store location specific (we couldn't use the Midvale coupons in Orem) but he used all in one trip! Sweet!
Thanks for bringing that up! I'll add that to the post. :)
Hifam said…
Last night I saw a woman using the winco coupons at Wal-Mart and the cashier took them without any problem so she got the items for free from Wal-Mart. That surprised me.
cassie said…
i just love those FREE deals!
Unknown said…
Wow, that is amazing that the grocery store would give those deals! Why don't I have that store in my area? *pout*

I listed your linkup in my Wednesday Weekly Shopping feature. I'd love for you to come by and link up!

And thank you for your linkup list. I found a few that I didn't know about.

-- Laura at Frugal Follies

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