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Monday, April 6, 2009

I love Albertson's Doubles

10 Knorr Paste Sides reg price $2.50 each or $25.00
On sale for 10/$10

$10.00 Bought 10 Pasta Sides
-$2.25 Used 3 .75/2 coupons from Sundays insert
-$2.25 Used 3 Albertsons Doubles
-$5.00 for Lipton Knorr Discount for buying 10
=.50 + .17 tax =.67 for 10 pasta sides!

Savings $24.34


Emily C. said...

Monica--could you have done this: (?)

(11) pasta sides = $11
-$3.75 (used (5) .75/2 coupons)
-$2.25 (doubled (3) .75/2 coupons)
-$5.00 for Lipton/Knorr Discount for buying 10
=0.00 + tax (around .19 I think) = .19ish for 11 sides

Can you have a zero subtotal? I've never done that before. . .

Allmaras Family said...

I used my doublers on Scotts TP. It was $2.15 and i used the $1/1 (doubled). Made it .15 cents each!

Martha said...

Is the Knorr deal only going through today? So, the 10/$10 price and getting $5 off.

Monica said...


Yes you can! I would have done that if I had more than 3 coupons.
Keep in mind if you do that you will have to buy one or two more items so that your subtotal does not drop below zero!

Kelly- I am going to try that one today if I can get out of the house.

Marth- the knorr deal ends today!

Emily C. said...

Nope--I didn't have to buy anything else--the subtotal was exactly zero, and all I had to pay was .24 tax for all 11 of my sides. My checker was amazed--she was like "is there a special on these I don't know about?" And I was like, "where have you been all week, girl?" ;-)

Seattle Moms Deal Finder said...

Wish I had seen this before I used my doubles! Good job!!!