Wednesday, April 14, 2010
So Albertsons' has a Quaker deal going on right now. The manufacturer's coupon is printed right there in their ad for you. It is save $3 when you buy 5. It's par for the course, making each box of Quaker around $1. But you can take that coupon to Safeway (because it's a manufacturer's coupon) and use it there on their sale. They have a deal where you buy any 5 cereals/breakfast you automatically save $5. You can apply manufacturer's coupons to that deal and save across the board on all brands. It's just a matter of reading the details and pairing up the best deals with a coupon. Watch out for limits per transaction. If it states "limit 20 per transaction"--that is what the computer will take and NO more. But that does not exclude you from making another transaction. So, think outside the box--or, in this case, 'around the box. Happy shopping.
Posted by Saving Spokane at 12:27 PM