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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Deals at Pauls - Oct 22-28

Thank you Monica for passing the info along!

At Pauls this week on the front of their ad they have Stouffers Lasagna 57-96oz for $9.99 when you buy it then you get the following three things for FREE:
One loaf of french bread, 160z from the bakery
One bag of Dole salad blends 5-12oz,
One 1/2 gal western family ice cream.

That is a great deal. The Lasagna normally is $15.00 dollars with out all the other stuff. So for $9.99 it's a great dinner for cheap! Enjoy! kimberly wing

Sounds yummy! I'm going to head over there!

A few other good deals that I noticed...
  • Apples are anywhere from .77-.97/lb (this is the best I've seen lately)
  • Their pumpkins are .12/lb - the other night I noticed that Freds were something like .25/lb, so this seems pretty good. Walmart sells theirs for a flat $3.98. I wonder what that averages per pound.
  • Deluxe pumpkin carving kit is $3.43 - they are $4 at Walmart.
  • Nestle Chocolate Chips (my hubby's fave) are $1.98/bag (a fairly descent sale price), what makes it better is this $1.50 off one bag coupon. You'll have to register to get it, but here is another great example of using your "junk mail" email address! Oops - I just noticed the Pauls ad says "with 5 point redemption".
I've never shopped at Pauls before - it looks like I'll have to get a "Price-Cutter Club Card" if I want the deals. Does anyone have any tips or advice? Any other great deals you've come across?

What do you think? Is it worth the trip? I think the meal deal at the top alone makes it pretty worth it!


Monica said...

I agree. I am going to head over for the meal deal and get some apples while I am at it. The price cutter card is easy to get and you earn points for spending. I think 1point for every $5? Any how they add up after a while. They always print a recipet that tells you how many points you have. Well it is printed on your recipet. Oh I spelled that wrong twice! Glad to see the key board is working again!