Save A Lot Best Deals {1/20 – 2/2}

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Save-a-lot Best Deals I see: 

Produce Deals
Bananas .33 lb! {limit 6 lbs}
Fuji Apples .50 lb {limit 4 lbs}
Russet Potatoes 15 lb bag $1.49
Fresh Head Lettuce .49 each

Meat Deals
Pork Roast .99 lb
Boneless Beef Chuck Steaks $1.98 lb

Gallon Milk $1.79
white or wheat bread .79 ea

Totinos Party Pizzas $1 each {limit 12}
-use .50/3 from 11/15 SS
= .83 each!

Banquet Pot Pies chicken or Beef .50 each {limit 12}
-use .75/3 from 1/10 SS {Seattle/regional}
= .25 each

Banquet Brown n Serve links (80 count) $5
-use .75/3 from 1/10 SS {Seattle/regional}
= $4.75

8 oz cans tomato sauce .25 each {limit 8}

Note: Click HERE to go and print off a coupon for $5 off your $20 purchase at Save-a-lot to sweeten these deals! Sorry, this coupon is no longer available.4 Comments

Save A Lot Best Deals {1/20 – 2/2} was last modified: January 20th, 2010 by Karrie

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Comments

  1. Aww man, the $5.00 off coupon is expired.

  2. Cris Headley says:

    What does {Seattle/Regional} mean? That these were only found in the Seattle newspapers or WA state newspapers?

    • When I say a coupon was regional it means we didnt get it in Eastern WA, but Seattle Times DID get that one. Sometimes Both Seattle and Eastern WA dont get a coupon so I will mark regional on that one as well.

  3. Thanks for explaining Karrie. I’m glad you’re doing this because I get so frustrated when some places list which cirular it comes from so I go and look and it’s not there. I look again. Sometimes a third time! By this time I think I’m going crazy.

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