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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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$1 or Less Grocery Deals 7/8

on 7.8.2010 at 12:30pm

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If you want to make sure you grab all the top deals at the stores around you, this is your list! Everything here is under $1 after coupons and sales.

Tip: Anything here would be awesome to donate!!

Click on the store name to see the deals and the coupons needed.


Note: There are also many B1G1 items under $1 with out coupons
World’s Best Cat Litter, 8 lb., FREE
Pedigree Good Bites Dog Treats, 5 oz., FREE
Tidy Cats Liners, 4 pk., FREE
Dan-o-nino, 6 pk., FREE
Gatorade or G2, 32 oz., FREE
Patterson’s Hot Dog Chili, 8 oz., 19¢
Budweiser Barbeque Sauce, 18-19 oz., 24¢
Mentos Rolls, 1.3 oz., 25¢
Dole Pineapple, Tropical Fruit Salad or Mandarin Oranges, 15-20 oz., 25¢
Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, 8 oz., 33¢
Jell-O Pudding Mix, 1-4 oz. 4 servings, 33¢
X-14 Mildew Stain Remover, 16 oz., 39¢
Orville Redenbacher’s Smart Pop and Natural Popcorn, 2-4 pk., 45¢
Tidy Cats Litter, 10 lb., 47¢
Suave Deodorant, 2.6-2.7 oz., 47¢
Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz., 47¢
Hefty One Zip Storage Bags, 13-22 ct., or Sandwich Bags, 35 ct., or Foam Plates or Bowls, 16-55 ct., 49¢-94¢
Heluva Good Dips, 12 oz., 50¢
Frito Lay Kettle Cooked Chips or Cheetos, 7.75-9.5 oz., 64¢
Smucker’s Spoonable Ice Cream Toppings, 11.5-12.25 oz., 69¢
Tony’s Pizza, 9.75-10.1 oz., 75¢
Chobani Greek Single Serve Yogurt, 6 oz., 83¢
General Mills Cereal 88¢
Lipton Family Size Tea Bags, 24 ct., 89¢
2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner, 3.5 oz., 89¢
Hot Shot Roach & Ant Killer, 16-17.5 oz., 89¢
Swiss Tea, 1 gal., 90¢ Born Free Cage Free Large Brown Eggs, dozen, 99¢
Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktails, 101 oz., 99¢
Kraft Sandwich Shoppe Mayo, 12 oz., 99¢
Yoplait Kids or Trix Multipack Yogurt, 6 pk., or Yoplait Fiber One or YoPlus, 4 pk., $1
New York Texas Toast, 11.25 oz., $1
Lysol Wipes, 28-35 ct., Kitchen, 22-32 oz., or Toilet Bowl Cleaner, 24 oz., $1

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Gatorade or G2, 32 oz., FREE
Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz. 39¢
Hunt’s Ketchup, 20-24 oz., 63¢
Turkey Hill Tea, 64 oz., 69¢
Dawn Dish Soap, 24 oz., 77¢
Chef Boyardee, 15 oz., 80¢
Jennie-O Turkey Bacon 90¢
Gillette Body Wash, 99¢
Pop Secret Popcorn 9 oz., 99¢ Crystal Light, 8 qt. mix 99¢
Gillette Clinical Deodorant $1
Crest Plus Scope or Pro-Health Toothpaste 6.2 oz., $1


Starkist Tuna 2.6-3 oz pouch, FREE
Oral-B Advantage Plus Toothbrush, 1 ct., 22¢
Dial or Coast Soap 2 bars, 30¢
Betty Crocker Hamburger, Chicken or Tuna Helper, 50¢
Yoplait Yogurt, 4-8 pk., 50¢
Hunt’s Ketchup, 24 oz., 50¢
Fleischmann’s Margarine or Spread, 8-16 oz., 50¢
Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips, 6 oz., 50¢
Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding or Gelatin, 4 ct., 67¢
MET-Rx Protein Bars 67¢
Haagen-Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s, Edy’s or Mayfield Ice Cream cup, 3.6-5.8 oz., 67¢
Ball Park Meat Franks, 12.8-16 oz., 75¢
Michelina’s Entrees, 4.65-9 oz., 80¢
Kroger Deluxe Ice Cream, 48 oz., 88¢
Crest Whitening Expressions Toothpaste, 6 oz., 97¢
Kellogg’s Cereal, 10-19.5 oz., 99¢


Emerald Trail Mix, 5.5 oz., FREE
Kraft Sandwich Shop Mayo FREE
Musselman’s Apple Sauce, 23-24 oz., 19¢
Glass Plus Glass & Multi-surface Cleaner, 32 oz., 24¢
Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt, 4 pk. 4 oz., 25¢
Suave Hair Care Products or Body Wash 4-15 oz., 39¢
Propel Water Mix or Gatorade or G2 Powder Packs, 8-10 ct., 49¢
Luigi’s Real Italian Ice, 24 or 36 oz., 49¢
Tornados, 8.4 oz., 50¢
Barilla Plus Multigrain Pasta, 14.5 oz., 59¢
Nature’s Own Bread, 20 oz., 66¢
Egg Beaters, 15 or 16 oz., 67¢
Temptations, 2.47 oz., or The Goodlife Recipe Cat Snacks, 3 oz., 67¢
Chi-Chi’s Salsa, 16 oz., or Snackers, 4 pk. 3 or 3.5 oz., 89¢
Red Rose Tea Bags, 100 ct., 94¢
Ocean Spray 100% Cranberry Juice Blends, 64 oz., 99¢
Lindsay Re-closeable Italian or Large Pitted Olives, 6.5 oz., $1
Cascadian Farm Frozen Vegetables or Potatoes, 7.4-16 oz., $1
Pillsbury Frosting, 15-16 oz., $1

    • Kantrilli67

      THANK YOU!

    • Punkindoodl

      This is awesome! Thanks.

    • Snellmom

      I'm going to second Jenny's comment that ANY of these would be good donations! The ministry my husband works with is low on so much stuff. In addition to the typical can food/non-perishable food items we think about, they also need cleaning supplies, hygiene items (how many of us have more soap/body wash, bottles of shampoo, deodorant, feminine items, etc than we can use in a year's time???), and paper goods. Those that are on food stamps can't purchase a lot of this stuff.

      Remember, school is starting soon and school supplies are starting to go on sale super cheap. Why not pick up some extra crayons, pencils, etc?

      Off my soapbox now. =)

      • gleavekj

        Absolutely! You are right on target Snellmom. I donate regularly and there are so many families out there that can put our extras to very good use. My children are grown now, but I still buy extras of the great school supply deals and donate them, too.

      • Krystal

        Donate animal items too. People who have lost everything don't want to give up that family member who may also be hungry! :-)

        • Agreed! They've started an animal food pantry in my area because the city realized that it is easier to help provide food so people can keep their animals then have to take in tons of animals from people who can no longer afford them.

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    • Tlivengoodjr

      I'm new at this coupon stuff,on the date above is that just good for 7/8 or for the whole week?

      • Patagonia

        Good till wed the 14th.

      • Sara

        It depends on the store. Kroger specials run from Sunday to Saturday and Publix run from Wednesday to Tuesday. You can go to the store websites for more information. You will be amazed at how much you can save using Southern Savers and coupons. I save hundreds a month now that I have a good stock of coupons from Sunday's paper.

      • Jessicah

        do not give up, i almost did. i know it's difficult @ first & it's takes time, but i have cut our monthly bill by half & i am still using the brands i love. study the site & ask, ask, ask questions! there are so many people on this site that will help! good luck

    • my2grits

      Hoping you all can help me…I'm new to all of this and just went to the Extreme Couponing class this past Tues. How do I get the coupons for the deals posted above to make things less than $1? I've been on RP, SS, Coupon.com and can't find anything that matches up to the deals above. Is this really complicated??

    • my2grits

      Hoping you can help me…I'm new to this and just went to Jenny's Extreme Couponing class this past Tues. How/where do I find the coupons to make these deals posted less the price she has on here? I have looked at RP, SS, and Coupon.com and can't find any coupons that would match up to make the price of the deals posted. Any help is greatly appreciated. thanks!

      • Click on the store name above each list and it will take you to the grocery list for the week for that store. That will show you all the coupons you need for each deal.

      • Hender328

        Some coupons are only found in certain zip codes. So when they are listed it will give you the zip code where it was found and you have to change your zip code to that one to access the coupon. When I used to buy papers, I would always be amazed at the fact that the Atlanta paper and the Birmingham, AL paper would have the same coupons but the donomination would be different. Atlanta would always be higher. This could be an advantage or disadvantage depending on wear you shopped. Kroger and Publix doubled up to 50 cents, so a .50 coupon in the Birmingham paper was better than a .75 in the Atlanta paper. But then I could take that .75 to Walmart and if the item was not on sale I could do better with the higher coupon there.

        Bottom line is it takes time to learn the system. You have to know what is best for you and how things work out better. You will hear some people say that it is not worth the time, but I treat it like a job. I can get on here and spend 30 minutes looking around and grabbing the coupons that I will use and then go to 2 different stores and save $50 on stuff that I am going to use and buy anyway. I will spend one hour in each store, so to me it is like earning $20 an hour.

        • my2grits

          Thanks so much for your help!

    • Chele133

      went to CVS to use my 1.00 coupon off the $0.99 special on Dawn dishwashing liquid. find they won't let me do it. what do I tell them? would've been a freebie and I pay the tax

      • Ixoye4joy

        You could try another CVS. Some will let you use it as long as you have some other item to “absorb” the $0.01. Or, they can adjust it. Find one that will work with you and stick with them…it will pay off. Also, call CVS corporate and ask them what their policy in that situation. If possible, get the policy in print and keep it with you for future reference. Helps with other stores as well.

    • Hender328

      There are several deals at Kroger that ends up being less than $1.
      Use the Buy 10 promotion and Get and additional $5 off.

      Tombstone Pizza-$2.49-$2.00(Coupon)= .49 after printable coupon.
      Green Giant Steamers-$1.49-(.50) double=.49 after printable coupon.
      Degree-$1.49-(.50) double=.49 after printable coupon.
      Bolder Canyon-$.99 Buy 2 for 1.98-(1.00)=.98 for 2 w/printable coupon.
      Oscar Meyer Deli Creations 1.99-(1.00)=.99 after printable coupon.

    • CC

      food lion has a .99 sale for best life butter and there are coupons for 1 dollar off…so you earn a penny so FREE

    • sharon

      Got the free dog treats at BiLo! Used two computers, 4 coupons and got paid for it!

    • Jessicah

      i am a stay @ home mom who is new to couponing (thanks sis!). in the 3 months that i have gotten serious about it, (it does take dedication & time), the savings are equal to having a part time job! i have cut our monthly spending in half or more! & could save even more if i were able to change soaps,detergents & lotions (allergies). IT'S TOTALLY WORTH A LITTLE TIME! southern savers is amazing! i have found that you MUST take your coupons with you EVERY TIME you shop & you will nab even more deals! sometimes the kroger posts do not match up in nashville, but if you have your coupons when you go, you will find loads of great deals! thanks again southern savers for putting so much money back in my pocket!

      • Sara

        All and tide both now have allergy free detergent and they have alot of coupons sometimes. I know they have allergy free detergent at walmart.

    • Beth

      Great post Jessicah! You share my sentiments exactly! I am a stay @ home mom too with four kids! I feel for the first time that I am really contributing to the budget by saving money on groceries!!! I owe so much to this site which has given me the tools to succeed!

    • Ixoye4joy

      You could try another CVS. Some will let you use it as long as you have some other item to “absorb” the $0.01. Or, they can adjust it. Find one that will work with you and stick with them…it will pay off. Also, call CVS corporate and ask them what their policy in that situation. If possible, get the policy in print and keep it with you for future reference. Helps with other stores as well.