Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Last Week's Weis Deals I Got

So I hiked up to Weis(PMITA)Markets between snowfalls last week on the ad that ended 4/4.  I got Mix and Match Deals, Freebies after sales/qs and Meats with discount stickers.


The hefty bags were on sale 2/$4 and I had $3 in Qs($1 on a digital Q attached to my card also came off along with my $2 in Qs)so $5 for 4 boxes.

The chicken broth was a Freebie Friday I talked about last Friday Saturday.

The Dixie plates were on sale 2/$4 and I had .75¢/1 Qs that doubled to $1.50 off so .50¢ per package for paper plates.

I used an 8 O'clock Coffee rain check BOGO paired with 2 x $1/1 IPQs so $3.49 for two bags of coffee.

The Annie's mac and cheese was on sale for $1 each and I had 2 x .50¢/1 Qs that doubled to $1 off so those were free.

The Ken's dressing was BOGO(reg. $2.99 bottle)and I had .75¢/1 vinaigrette variety Qs which doubled to $1.50/1.  At Weis you can use a Q on both items on a BOGO sale so I got 10 bottles for free(gave 2 bottles to Eldest son).

The Red Rose tea bags, Kraft mayo and 38 oz. Heinz ketchup were all part of the Mix and Match Deal(Buy 6 items/Get $6 off).  I paired this $6 deal/sale prices with Qs for the tea bags($1/1)and ketchup(BOGO)making the tea bags $1.49 and the ketchup $1.49 for every 2 bottles(or .75¢ per).
The mayo was $1.00 each after sale price and $1 off MandM Deal AND I got $4.25 cash rebate on Ibotta for every 5 on each receipt I bought.
After taking Eldest son a mayo and ketchup(as well as 2 of the dressings)I had 9 mayos and 15 ketchups in the stockpile and we are set for cook-out season and more.  ;-)


The Perdue chicken was 40% off so $6 and I used a $1.50/1 Q so $4.50 for the bag.

Everything else in the photo above was part of the Mix and Match Deal--I used $1.50/1 Qs on the Sandwich Bros. sammiches making those .99¢ each, the frozen veggies were .99¢ per bag after Deal, the Eggplant Parm was $1.99 and the jar of mayo was .15¢ after sale/Deal/Ibotta rebate.


I also found some meat deals......the Sabrett dogs were on sale $4(reg. $6)and had $1/1 Peelie Qs on them so $3 per pack out the door.

The ground turkey was bought during the 3 day sale(which was last Mon-Wed)BOGO(reg. $3 each)so $3 for two packages.  I paired .75¢/1 Qs which doubled to $1.50/1 and used two Qs so FREE ground turkey.
The stew beef each had a $3 off sticker on them so basically half price and the Hatfield sausage was $3.50 each wyb2 plus each had a $2 off sticker on them so $1.50 per package AND I got $1 back on Ibotta(.50¢ per package)so $1 per pack in the end.  I took most of this meat to Eldest son too.



New in our area Chunky Soup Maxx that were on sale for 2/$5. 
I had 2 x BOGO Qs and 2 x $1.50/1 Qs to pair with this sale which would have made all 4 tubs cost me $2 or .50¢ each.
Except remember the free ham cashier?.....yeah, I had him that trip so he scanned the BOGO Qs and they deducted $3.39 each which is the regular shelf price so.....
4 x $2.50=$10.00
2 x BOGO $6.78 and 2 x $1.50/1=$9.78 off
$10-$9.78=.22¢ for all 4 tubs of soup.

This wasn't everything I bought during that sale ad, just the best deals.  $125.25 was dropped on groceries over all my trips to Weis last week.

What grocery store do you feel you get the best deals at?


Sluggy

9 comments:

  1. I shop three grocery stores with carts, and it seems the best deals rotate amongst them. Since WM cut out the price matching, my shopping there for all the best deals in a 35 mile radius have come to a screeching halt. Publix stopped senior Wednesday. The store that doubled coupons closed--Piggly Wiggly. Another that had reduced meat in a separate freezer and reduced dairy in a separate cooler stopped that practice. It is like all the grocery stores conspired to stop any really good deals. It's hard to say where the best deals come from now.

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  2. Okay now I am dizzy and I need mayo for the storage.

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  3. I have not seen double coupons in years! Sigh.... those were the days.

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  4. I know that cashier type but mine was with broccoli. She kept ringing up a head of broccoli for $88. Remove, add repeat for 30 minutes. Manager finally came to assist. 45 minutes later ended up with an $88 credit on the bill. Not about to question it at that point!

    Jen G.

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  5. Sprouts had some good deals. I just basically got a few items that I needed. Hopefully I will be able to make it stretch.

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  6. Our best store is Aldi’s and that’s an hour + away. With a Meijer in their back 40, sometimes they’ll have a better deal on something. It’s all hit and miss around here. Once in awhile, even the Dollar Tree has a bargain. I also shop our little co-op. No real deals there but the quality is better.
    Fabulous finds for you, though! So jealous!

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  7. Some great deals, Sluggy. Especially all the free items, wtg! I definitely shop around to get the best deals. I like Food City, but they don't have the best prices on everything. I like Fresh & Low because they have good prices on basic items, but do charge 10% upcharge on everything, so I have to factor that in as well. And Walmart no longer does price matching, so I go to different places for different things.

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