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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Top Grocery Deals 6/04

on 6.4.2009 at 3:24pm
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Here is a list of the best deals this week at the stores that Southern Savers covers. The need it now list will be up in the morning.  I’m about to head out of town for the evening and ran out of time.

To see the top Drugstore deals go here.

Click on the store name to see the coupon matches to get these great deals and for all the other deals this week!

Kroger
Mahatma Rice- free
Oikos Yogurt- free
Yoplait Yogurt .26-.28¢ ea
Cascadian Farm Frozen Potato Products- .99¢ ea
Hillshire Farm Deli Select Meats- .55¢ ea
Kraft Dressing- .19¢ ea
Tabasco Sauce 20 oz- .29¢ ea
Pringles- .25-.75¢ ea
Lysol Household Cleaners- .29-.89¢ ea
Dial Hand Soap- .30¢ ea

Publix
Ronzoni Smart Start Pasta- free
Dole Pineapple- free
Aquafresh Toothpaste- free
Earth’s Best Organic Baby Food- .29¢ ea
Suave Body Wash- .34¢ ea
GE Reveal Light Bulbs- .44¢ ea
Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Dough- .44¢ ea
Bertolli Pasta Sauce- .44¢ ea
Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip Dressing- .49¢ ea
South Beach Bars, Granola Clusters, Granola Bars- .49¢
Campbell’s Soup- .50¢ ea
Whole Fruit Sorbet- .69¢ ea
Superpretzel Soft Pretzel- .74¢ ea
Idahoan Mashed Potatoes- .75¢ ea
Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks- .84¢ ea
Nabisco Ritz Crackers- 89¢ ea
Smart Balance Spread- .89¢ ea

Food Lion
Kraft Salad Dressing- .16¢ ea
Breyers Yogurt- .33¢ ea
Kraft American Singles- .75¢ ea
Food Lion Peanut Butter- .89¢ ea

Bi-Lo
Propel Fitness Water- free
Dawn Dish Soap- free
Earthgrains Premium Breads- free
Vlasic Pickles- free
New York Texas Croutons- .15¢ ea
Yoplait Yogurt- .33¢ ea
Rachel’ Yogurt- .37¢ ea
Ragu Spaghetti Suace- .39¢ ea
Land O Lakes Spreadable Butter- .40¢ ea
Daisy Sour Cream- .46¢  ea
Kellogg’s Corn Pops, Rice Krispies or Keebler Cookie Crunch- .47¢ ea
Thomas’ Plain English Muffins- .49¢ ea
Mar’s Candy Singles- .79¢ ea
Carolina Pride Smoked Sausage- .90¢ ea
Eckrich Breakfast Sausage Links- .94¢ ea

Harris Teeter
Hefty Easy Grip Party Cups 20 ct- free
Eggland’s Best Eggs- .79¢ ea
Kellogg’s Pop Tarts- .90¢ ea

    • Kim

      I am new at this but it is a necessary for me to save money as I am not working right now and my husband’s income goes to pay for the bills which we have to budget

    • Jenny

      At kroger, the Reach toothbrushes are 1. In Atlanta ther is a 50 cent coupon in 3/15 ss which will double to make it free. There is also a BOGO coupon in 4/26 rp. I was able to get 6 free toothbrushes to donate to my church’s food pantry.

    • Kristen

      Jenny, I’ve been following your site since February.(new baby, 2 mo old in Feb) I began by 3 whole punching and dating my coupon inserts in a binder. I clipped regularly used products and organized those in a smaller file by March, and used them when those items went on sale. In March I saved 1/3 of my total food/toiletries bill. In April I had enough coupons saved and organized, as well as time, that I was able to jump in to the weekly add and clip for almost every deal that or family could/would use and I saved 1/2 on my total bill. My husband pointed out I was still spending as much as I used to, he didn’t see the savings. I knew that the cabinets and freezer were stocked, so I decided to show him the savings. In May I worked within a budget of $100 per week for food and toiletries. We even hosted a brunch for 6 adults and 4 kids and were able to serve steak, salmon and eggs, and mimosas for the adults. (friends brought bagels, Oj, fruit and even more salmon, but we had left overs) Before coupons I’d spent $650-$800+ monthly on food and toiletries. I’m very happy with these results and wanted to post so others would see this can happen gradually. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, and so overwhelming. I just took your workshop in GV, SC and gained so much knowledge. Next I plan to “work” CVS this month while staying w/$100 per week at Publix. I suspect I’ll be able to save some off the budget as I accumulate CVS freebies. We are a family of 4. We eat a lot of whole food and organics, so I’m not sure I’ll get down to $200 a month, but I’m working to take my savings down as low as I can go.