Note: This summary of deals is based on the ad I get in Los Angeles, where Ralphs stores double coupons up to $1 (one like coupon per transaction). I don’t list all of the deals, only what seem to be really good ones. If I missed any, please let us all know in the comments. In addition to the coupons listed, you can also add electronic coupons to your Ralphs Rewards card at these sites: Shortcuts.com, Cellfire.com, Softcoin and Upromise. If you give Ralphs your email address, they may also send you emails with e-coupons that are exclusive to your card.
The P&G offer for 500 bonus rewards points when you buy $25 or more of qualifying products continues this week, but again, I don’t really see anything that seems like a good deal. If you play The Drugstore Game, then you can get everything listed in the ad for less somewhere else.
There’s also a special offer on Kellogg’s products: Buy 3 participating products and get free milk (up to $4 value). Participating products listed in the ad are $2 each:
Cereal, selected varieties – use $1/2 Special K cereal from 1/3 RP
Special K Bars – use $1/2 from 1/3 RP
Also listed in the ad are Nutri-Grain bars and Fiber Plus Chewy bars. If you happen to have $1/1 coupons from the specially marked packages a few months ago that had $5 worth of coupons in them, then you can put together a decent deal for cereal and/or bars + milk.
Campbell’s Condensed Soup $1 – use 40 cents/2 Healthy Request from 1/3 SS, 25 cents/4 from 11/8 SS, 40 cents/4 Chicken Noodle or Tomato from 12/13 or 1/3 SS, 40 cents/2 excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato and Creams from 12/13 or 1/3 SS
Yoplait Yogurt 50 cents each – use 50 cents/6 printable coupon, 50 cents/8 or 40 cents/6 from 1/3 GM
Hot or Lean Pockets $1.78 – use 50 cents/3 from 10/25 SS
Weight Watcher’s Cake or Muffins $3.50 – use $1/1 printable coupon
Dole Fruit Bowls or Fruit & Gel Bowls $2.50 – there have been $1/2 coupons in various magazines; I’m not sure which magazines but I’m thinking All You and possibly Parents, Parenting, and/or Cooking Light
Silk Soymilk $2.99 – use 75 cents/1 printable coupon (registration required)
Ground Sirloin or Chuck $.197/lb
Boneless Pork Loin $1.97/lb
Chicken Split Breast or Drum & Thigh Combo Pack 97 cents/lb
Boneless Pork Shoulder Butt Roast $1.99/lb (use this to make my Crock Pot Kalua Pork recipe)
Whole Chicken 99 cents/lb
Center Cut Beef Shanks or Short Ribs $2.99/lb (use these to make Stephanie’s Korean Ribs)
Fuji or Pink Lady Apples 49 cents/lb
Fresh Selections Blends, Gardens or Slaw 99 cents (Note: Is this a new brand? I haven’t noticed it before.)
Red Grapefruit 50 cents each
Bartless or Bosc Pears 79 cents/lb
Zucchini 99 cents/lb
Mangos 79 cents each
Russet Potatoes 50 cents/lb
Green Bell Peppers 79 cents each
Mayan Sweet Onions 99 cents/lb
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