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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Winco More Fabulous Deals (Treasure Valley)

Winco is celebrating the Grand Re-Opening of the Fairview Store - they are celebrating by offering these deals at all the Treasure Valley locations! (Boise, Nampa, Eagle, and Meridian) You will find the flier in your mailbox either today or tomorrow!!

Ragu $.98 (limit 2)
STACK WITH: $.30/1 from 11/15 RP

Bandon Cheddar Cheese (32 oz) $2.98 (limit 1)
STACK WITH: $1 printable

Green Giant Canned Vegetables $.28 (limit 4)
STACK WITH: $.40/2 or $1.00/4 Green Giant Canned Specialty Corn from 11/15 General Mills Insert (IPT did not get, so I don't have this to verify which coupon and this variety may not be included in the sale - YMMV)
FINAL PRICE: $.08 - $.03 each

Bumble Bee Chunk Tuna $.28 (limit 3)

Kelloggs Pop Tarts $.78 (limit 2)

Pillsbury Cake Mix 48 cents (limit 2)

Langers Cranberry Juice $.98 (limit 2)

Tenderbird Chicken Breast (boneless skinless frozen) 3 lb bag $3.98 (comes to $1.33/lb) (limit 1)

Yuban Coffee (33oz) $3.98 (limit 1)

Shasta Cola 12-pack $1.48 (limit 2)

Other sales in the ad:
  • $.18/lb Navel Oranges
  • $.68 10 lb bag of Russet Potatoes
  • $1.88/lb Fresh Boneless Beef Petite Sirloin Steaks (Family Pack)
  • $.99/lb Fresh Pork Sirloin Roast
  • $1.98/lb Deli Sliced Deli-Rite Roast Beef
  • $1.98/lb Big Cut Co-Jack Cheese
  • $2.48 8-inch Bakery Pumpkin Pies
  • $1.98/lb Walnut Halves & Pieces (in the Bulk Foods)
  • $3.48 18-ct Large Cookies (all varieties)
  • $3.98 Cascade Pride Bulk Specialty Coffee (asst flavors)
  • $2.98/lb Raw Shell-On Shrimp
  • $3.98 1.5 pound package of Wild Pacific Keta Salmon
  • $1.78 16 oz Planters Peanuts
  • $.78 Hy-Top Marshmallows

The coupons are good until Sunday December 13th. Since there are limits on the in-store coupons, I'm sure there will be enough for everyone!

Thanks for the heads up fab reader Jennifer!!!


susie said...

I was just at Winco. I am new to couponing. The cashier would not let me use the $1.00 printable cheese coupon with the store coupon. She gave me quite a bit of attitude as she told me 'Only ONE coupon per product!" I don't understand - if they are going to be reimbursed for the printable coupon, isn't that just like I am paying the dollar myself? Since I am new to this, I didn't argue - I was embarrassed by the way she acted towards me.

Fabulessly Frugal said...


You are right a coupon is like cash and there is no reason she shouldn't take it. But Winco cashiers are not used to having store coupons, so stacking is not a concept they understand.
Asking for a manager may have helped, but sometimes it does not seem worth the hassle to save a buck.
Sorry you had trouble.

Cheryl_hiccups said...

When I have coupon trouble at Winco, I simply go to Customer Service after they are done checking me out. Because of the way Winco is set up to just push shoppers through the check-out line, it can fluster the checkers if you slow down the process to try to discuss something. I have had good experiences talking to customer service, though. They can scan coupons that got missed (or rejected in the case of your cheese.) I had some printables that ended up sticking together and not being all scanned once and they fixed it right up. It can be a pain, but I've learned that couponing goes best when I do not try to rush.

I will say one really positive thing about Winco. They sure do know how to stock for a sale. When I was in the Meridian Winco they had all the sale items in stock -- on nice big displays as well as on the regular shelves. And they were doing a great job keeping the displays tended as well. I caught them filling the walnuts, and putting out poptarts and ragu all during my 30 minute visit.