Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Safeway NW Deals for May 21st-May 28th

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Safeway (NW) Deals for May 21st-28th, 2008

Good deals (no coupons needed)

Canteloupe 2lbs/$1

50% off Beef Ribeye steak or Rancher's reserve Beef T-Bone Steak

Chicken Thighs/Drumsticks/Leg quarters $0.88/lb

Buy any 2 coke 12 packs/get 2 coke 12 packs plus 24 pack water free! Combine this with the current Buy 3 Hallmark card deal, get free 12 pack of coke deal for the potential to get lots of coke for free!

Corn 6/$2

Get more out of your economic stimulus check: cash it at Safeway and get 10% off your shopping order that day (valid 5/14/08-7/19/08).

Coupon Deals

12oz Kraft Singles 2/$4 (if selected variety is on sale)
Use coupon for $0.55/1 from 05-18 S2
Final Price $0.95

Orville Redenbachers Microwave Popcorn 3ct BOGO $1.70
Use coupon for $0.40/1 from 05-18 S1
Final Price $1.30

Morningstar Farms 5.25 to 16-oz $3.00
Use coupon for $0.75/1 05-04 RP
Final Price $2.25

Nalley Pickles 46oz BOGO $2.20
Use coupon for $1.00/2 from 05-18 S2
Final Price $1.20

Flicks for Free Promo: Spend $40 on participating products, get 2 free movie passes! One deal I noticed might work well (besides the popcorn see above) would be to buy the 24 packs of coca cola if you have some Earth Day coupon booklet coupons for $1/1 24 pack of coke left. This products is participating in this promo in two ways, so you not only get the movie passes if you spend $40, but also a free bucket of popcorn when you buy a large coca cola fountain drink. Great deal if you drink coke and go to the movies a lot (or are in the need of a cheap date;) Sure deoderant would also work well if the free counts in a BOGO instance (there are BOGO free coupons out and Sure is a participating product).

Any other good deals out there that you see?


Kari said...

Thanks for posting these! I've been reading some of these money saving sights via for a few weeks now. i just moved to the west coast where all I have is Safeway, and I was beginning to get discouraged that there are no frugal blogs on the west coast. Do you know of any others?

Crystal DuBois said...

Kari, have you tried Reg is free, and she breaks down sales by state and store.