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Smith's BEST Deals 10/13-10/19!

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*RP Stands for Red Plum, SS stands for Smart Source, PG stands for Proctor and Gamble. They are all coupon inserts that come in the Sunday Paper.

Smith’s BEST Deals 10/13-10/19

Kellogg’s Cereals (select varieties) $1.88
Use the $1.50 off 2 Kelloggs Coupon
Or any of the other Kelloggs Coupons
Total cost as low as $1.13 each

Chef Boyardee Cans $.88 Each
Use the $.75 off 2 Chef Boyardee Coupon from the 10-03-10 SS
Total cost $.51 each

Boneless Pork Loin $1.99 a lb

Mountain Dairy Milk $1.89

Kroger Nice N Soft 24 Rolls Toilet Paper $3.99

Malt O Meal Cereal $2.50  (Select Varieties 40-52 oz)
Use the $1.00 of 2 Malt O Meal Coupon
Total cost $2.00 each!

Granny Smith Apples $.88 a lb

Smith’s Large Eggs $.79!

The “Kick off to Savings Event” has started.

Purchase 10 Participating items and save $5.00 automatically at checkout. The prices listed below are already including the $5.00 discount, when you purchase 10 mix and match items.

Brach’s Candy Corn $1.00

Brach’s Mellocreme Pumpkins $1.00

Fun Size Snickers, Milky Way or 3 Musketeers Candy Bags $2.50
Use the $1.50 off 3 Mars Candy Coupon from the 10-10-10 RP

Total cost $2.00 each

Hamburger Helper $1.00
Use the $1.00 off 3 Helper Coupon from the  09-12-10 GM
Or, use the $.75 off 3 Helper Coupon
Total cost as low as $.67 each!

Progresso Soups $1.00
Use the $1.00 off 4 Progresso Coupon from the 10-03-10 GM
Total cost $.75 each!

Kroger Biscuits, Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls $1.00

Sunny D 64 oz $1.00
Use the $.25 off Sunny D Coupon or from the 08-08-10 SS
Total cost $.75

Velveeta Shells & Cheese $.49 each

Use the $1.00 off 2 Velveeta Coupon from the 09-26-10 SS
Total cost 2 FREE!
**If this coupon is on the Dinner kit, then it wont work on this deal. Check your coupon to see.

Philadelphia Cream Cheese $.99
Purchase 5, then use of the $5.00 off any 5 Kraft Cheese Coupon
Total cost 5 for FREE!

Capri Sun or Kool-Aid Jammers $1.49 each (10 count case)

DiGiorno Pizza $3.99
Use the $1.00 off DiGiorno coupon from the 09-12-10 RP
Total cost $2.99

Oreo Cookies $1.99
Purchase 2 and a Gallon of Milk for $1.89
Use your Free Cookies Coupon from the Nabisco Facebook Page (printed previously)
Total cost $3.88 for 2 Packages or Oreos and a gallon of milk!

Quaker Rice Snacks $.49

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts $1.48
Use the $1.00 off 3 Kellogg’s Coupon
Total cost $1.15 each

Kellogg’s Fruit Snacks $1.48
Use the $1.00 off 2 Fruit Snacks coupon from the 08-29-10 RP
Total cost $.98 each!

Miracle Whip $2.49
Use the $1.00 off 2 Miracle Whip coupon or from the 09-26-10 SS
Total cost $1.99

Butterfinger, Baby Ruth or Nestle Crunch Fun Size Candy $1.99
Use the $1.00 off 2 Candy Coupon from the 10-03-10 RP
Total cost $1.49!

Lunchables $1.00!

**There are bunch more items participating in the “Kick off to Savings” Event that will qualify for your 10 items. And, I’m sure there are more in the stores that were not in the ad either. Just make sure you have your items in quantities of 10. You can do them all in one transacation.

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  1. so—can we do more than one "combination of 10 items" per transaction? It will deduct $5 for each group of 10?

  2. Yes every 10 participating items will deduct $5. I did 30 items and got $15 off!!! Hope that helps!!!!

  3. The cream cheese deal won't work if you are going to do it at the St. George Smiths, I went yesterday and they said that they wouldn't do it because corporate said that the cost of the five items had to be exactly $5 or more. I was able to score this deal last week but they wont do it anymore. Not sure if other smiths are going to start that or not.

  4. Thanks bjones. Another question from a newbie –I have Smiths digital coupons loaded on my Fresh Values card for some of these items (Hamburger Helper, Progresso, etc.), as well as paper coupons for same amounts. I know it won't take both digital and paper coupons for the same item, but if I buy enough quantity to cover all coupon requirements, will the digital coupons still get automatically deducted? Does that make sense?

  5. I have never been able to get the coupon print program (like to print the coupons for cream cheese) to work. Anyone else have that problem and know how to fix it?


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