I ran into Price Chopper last night to get a few dinner essentials and found a few fun deals along the way. Most notably are these two.
So I would never normally buy this Wolfgang Puck pasta sauce as it is $2.79 for a tiny jar. It really can't be all that different and I think that's ridiculously priced. You might not be able to see in the photo but those jars are smaller than your average pasta sauce jar. But I had a few $1/1 coupons (newspaper- not sure when) and the dollar doublers too. Bringing them down to just $0.79/each. Still more than I wanted to pay but I was actually out of sauce and I like to have it on hands at all times.
But then I was rewarded by the coupon gods. Because there is a catalina deal this week. Buy one, get $0.75 off your next order. Buy two, get $1.50 off your next order. That makes this a really sweet deal!
Now this next deal might not work for everyone. I have had four $0.50/1 Annie's coupons sitting in my binder for a long time now. I don't remember where they came from- possibly they now defunct Troy Food Co-Op. So again, I recognize that not everyone has those mystery coupons handy.
The Annie's, including the Gluten Free rice pasta is on sale this week. Regularly $3.29, on sale 2/$3. Woo woo! I don't eat a lot of pre-made stuff like this. And actually, I'm not sure I've ever had this particular pasta. But it's nice to have a few things on hand when I am not feeling well...or if I am being honest...and we keep things honest around here...fat and lazy. So anyway, they are on sale for $1.50 this week. After my coupon doubled (PChop is still such a pain about doubling- make sure you pay very close attention girls to see every coupon double up), I paid just $0.50/box! A HUGE savings!!
I wanted to make sure to note those two deals in case you happen to be in Price Chopper today. Did anyone else find any fun, unexpected savings this week?