Albertsons: *HOT!* Buy $100 in Gift Cards, get $20 Catalina!

Albertson’s is having this amazing gift card promotion just in time for Black Friday and Christmas shopping! A lot of folks will buy up these gift cards since they were already planning on spending them for gifts and then getting the catalinas = FREE food!! This gift card promotion lasts from November 18-November 29, 2012.

Gift Card promotion: Buy $100 in select gift cards, Get $20 Catalina Coupon for your next shopping trip. (Catalina coupons expire in 7 days from purchase)

  • AMC Theaters
  • Applebees
  • iTunes
  • Macy’s
  • Sears
  • Macaroni Grill
  • Groupon
  • Regal Cinemas
  • Lowe’s 
  • Kohl’s
  • Bass Pro Shops

Note: While supplies last, only one $20 Catalina will print per transaction. You’ll have to do separate transactions if you want to buy more than $100 in gift cards. You can only redeem one $20 Catalina per transaction. You can mix & match gift cards to get to that $100 value.

I am thinking you could always get $100 in gift cards, get your $20 catalina, and you will qualify for a $0.39 per lb. Honeysuckle White Frozen Turkey when you spend $50 or more.  Sounds like a great deal!!!

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Comments

  1. I just tried to do the turkey deal w/ this promotion @ the Pasco Albertsons–no go.

  2. Is it only for the cards shown? Or any of the gifts card they sell?

  3. I did this deal in Utah. They did let me have the turkey at .69 a pound, but made me feel as is I was doing something wrong. I feel terrible. My catalina did print.

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