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ShopRite Match Ups 2/14 – 2/20

Here are your ShopRite match ups for the week of 2/14 – 2/20.
All coupons $.99 and under are doubled. If your ShopRite doubles differently, please adjust the final price accordingly. Also keep in mind that these coupon match ups are based on insert coupons found in the NJ, NY area. Other areas may have additional or different value coupons. Only the best value price items have been listed here. Please check your circular for other items you might be interested in.

Do Not Double Coupons: All coupon match ups below are shown as doubled. Some coupons will state “Do Not Double” on the coupon. If the first number of the coupon is a 5 then it will automatically double unless the cashier stops it from doubling. It will really depend on your store and their policies as to if they will allow these to double. If I know for sure that the coupon is a “Do Not Double” I will mark it with a DND.

Load up your Cellfire coupons directly to your Price Plus Card for even more savings.  New Cellfire coupons come out Sunday so check back for updates.

Make sure to try out the new “Print Friendly” button on the bottom to make your own customized shopping list.

NEW–>Betty Crocker Brownies $.99
$.50/1 Betty Crocker Printable DND gone already!
Final Price: FREE

NEW–>Betty Crocker Cake Mix $1.29
$.75/1 Betty Crocker Printable DND gone already!
Final Price: FREE

NEW–>Simply Asia $1.99
$.50/1 Simply Asia Printable
Final Price: $.99
Kellogg’s Cereal Corn Flakes, Cookie Crunch, Rice Krispies, Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Corn Flakes w/ Honey, Raisin Bran $1.99
$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Cereal Printable (coupon for specific flavors)
$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Printable
$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Cereal Printable
Final Price: $1.24
Note: It appears that none of the sizes in this sale will qualify for the catalina that is going on right now. (Thanks Eric)

Progresso Traditioinal Soup $1.25
$1.10/3 Progresso Soup Printable
$1.10/3 Progresso Soup Printable
$1/4 from the 1/17 & 2/7 Smart Source & 1/3 GM
Final Price: as low as $.88 each wyb 3

Chef Boyardee Micro Meals $.88
$.35/3 from the 1/10 Smart Source
Final Price: $.65 each wyb

Hunt’s Snack Pack $.88
$.50/2 Hunt’s Snack Pack Printable
Final Price: $.55 each wyb 3

Hunt’s Pasta Sauce 26 – 26.5 oz $.88
$.50/2 Hunt’s Pasta Sauce Printable
Final Price: $.38 each wyb 2

Duracell 20 ct batteries $6.49
$1/1 from the 2/7 PG
Final Price: $5.49

Gorton’s Seafood 50% off
$1/2 Any Gorton’s Items Printable (Thanks Marlene!)
$.40/1 any Gorton’s from the 1/24 Smart Source
$1/2 Grilled items from the 1/3 Smart Source
$.60/1 from the All You February

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars $1.99
$.55/1 from the 1/3 Red Plum (may be a regional coupon)
New—>$3/5 from the ShopRite Circular week of 2/7 (hope you saved your circular)
$1/2 from the 2/14 Red Plum
$1/2 Printable
Buy 8 Get a $10 Catalina

Deal Idea:
Buy 8 Quaker Granola Bars (4 per variety) $15.92

-(4)$1/2 coupons
Pay: $11.92
Get a $10 Catalina
Final Price: $.24 each

Deal Idea:

Buy 8 Quaker Granola Bars (4 per variety) $15.92

-(1)$3/5 coupon
-(1)$1/2 coupon
Pay: $11.92
Get a $10 Catalina
Final Price: $.24 each

Swanson Chicken Broth $.66
$1/6 from the 1/10 Smart Source
Final Price: $.49 each wyb 6

Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup $.60 (must buy 5)
$1/10 from the 12/13 & 1/3 Smart Source
Final Price: $.50 each wyb 10

Sylvania Compact Flourescent Bulbs $.99-$6.49
$1/1 Sylvania Printable
Final Price: as low as FREE

Chocolate Cheerios $2.99
$.55/1 Chocolate Cheerios Printable
Final Price: $1.89

Wheaties Fuel Cereal $2.99
$.75/1 Wheaties Fuel Printable
Final Price: $1.49

Multigrain Cheerios $2.99
$.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios Printable
Final Price: $1.49

Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Bars $2.50
$.75/1 from the 1/31 Red Plum
Final Price: $1.00

Pepperidge Farm Italian Bread $1.88
$.55/1 Pepperidge Farm Bread Printable
$.40/1 from the 1/10 Smart Source
$1/2 from the 1/10 Smart Source
Final Price: as low as $.78

Welch’s Squeeze Jelly $2.00
$.75/1 from the 1/3 Smart Source
$.55/1 from the 1/3 Smart Source
$1/2 from the 1/3 Smart Source
Final price: as low as $.50

Crosse & Blackwell Cocktail Sauce $1.49
$1/1 from the 11/8 Red Plum
Final Price: $.49

Hefty Gripper Bags $2.24
$.55/1 from the 1/3 Red Plum
$1/2 from the 1/3 Red Plum
Final Price: as low as $1.14

Solo Heavy Duty Plates or Cups $1.39
$.75/1 from the 1/24 Smart Source
Final Price: FREE

All 2X Liquid Laundry Detergent 50 oz $3.99
$2/1 from the 2/7 Red Plum
Final Price: $1.99

Hefty Zoo Pals Plates $1.99
$1/2 from the 1/31 Red Plum
Final Price: $1.49

Tyson Chicken Nuggets $3.49
$1/1 from the 2/7 Smart Source
Final Price: $2.49

Tyson Chicken Breast Strips $4.49
$1/1 form the 2/7 Smart Source
Final Price: $3.49

Dole Salad Blends $2.50
$.75/1 Dole Salad Blends Printable (zip code: 60015)
Final Price: $1.00

Mrs. T’s Pierogies $3.00
$1/2 Mrs. T’s Pierogies Printable
Final Price: $2.50 each wyb 2

Pepperidge Farm Garlic Bread $1.99
$.55/1 Peperidge Farm Bread Printable
Final Price: $.89

Healthy Choice Complete Meals $2.50
$1.25/2 Healthy Choice Printable
Final Price: $1.88

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel $2.50
$.55/2 Pillsubry Toaster Strudel Printable
Final Price: $1.95 each wyb 2
$.55/2 Cellfire Coupon

Coffee Mate 16 oz $1.24
$.75/1 Coffee Mate Printable
$.75/1 from the 2/7 Red Plum
$.50/1 from the 2/7 Red Plum
$1/2 from the 2/7 Red Plum
Final Price: as low as FREE

Simply Smart Milk $2.49
$1/1 from the 1/3 Smart Source
Final Price: $1.49

La Yogurt $.44
$1.50/12 from the 1/17 Smart Source
Final Price: $.32 each wyb 12

Chobani $1.00
$1/1 from the 12/13 Smart Source
Final Price: FREE

Hillshire Deli Select $3.50
$1/1 Hillshire Deli Printable (zip code: 44301)
Final Price: $2.50

Wet Ones $1.99
$.75/1 Wet Ones Printable
Final Price: $.49

Hall Cough Drops $.99
$.50/1 from the 1/10 Smart Source
Final Price: FREE

Buy 4 Get $3.00 Catalina:

Herbal Essences Hair Care Products $2.99
B1G1 Buy Shampoo get styler free from the 2/7 PG

Fixodent $4.49
$1/1 from the 2/7 PG

Crest Scope, Whitening, Multicare Toothpaste $2.49
$1/2 from the 2/7 PG

Gillette Sensor 3 Razors $6.49
$3/1 from the 1/10 Red Plum

Deal Idea:
Buy 2 Herbal Essences Shampoo or Conditioner $5.98
Buy 2 Herbal Essences Stylers $5.98

-(2)B1G1 Coupon
Pay: $5.98
Get a $3.00 Catalina
Final Price: $.75 each wyb
4

Nice & Easy Hair Color $6.88
$1/1 from the 2/7 PG
Buy 2 Get $5.00 Catalina
Final Price: $3.38 each wyb 2

4 Day Sale:

Banquet Pot Pies $.49
$.75/3 from the 1/10 Smart Source (regional coupon)
Final Price: FREE for all three

Hamburger Helper $.88
$.75/2 Hamburger Helper Printable
$1/2 from the 1/3 Smart Source
$1/3 from the 2/7 Smart Source
Final Price: as low as $.13 each wyb 2

Non Coupon Deals:
Red & Green Seedless Grapes $.99/lb
Pork Loin Combo $.99/lb

This post is part of BeCentsAble’s Grocery Gathering as well as the Supermarket Social


  • Scott

    While I’m not advocating doing anything against store policy… For the Quaker oats. U should be able to use 4 to double and then others that won’t double ESP thru self checkout…make sue to have no more than4 of one variety and that there is no more than 4 of same code on q. Although even so 4 will doubleoterd shoudgo face value. IMHO

    • Cindy

      @Scott, Scott, you are correct. You most likely can do that. And thanks for quickly mentioning that in the comments because I run a fine line of what I can put up on the posts. But, the comments are for you guys to discuss scenarios that may work as well.

  • Eric

    Does anyone know if the Raisin Bran is included in the Kelloggs cat deal???? Thanks

    • Cindy

      @Eric, I don’t believe it is but I will double check my list.

  • Eric

    Cindy, Thanks. It’s not on the list in your Cat post!!!!

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  • http://www.frugalmomjennn.com Jenn

    The 12 oz. Corn Flakes qualify for the Kellogg’s catalina deal! You can get $1.50/2 from the coupons.com site and the Kellogg’s site. Buy 4 boxes of Corn Flakes, use 2 printables, get $3 oyno. Final price: .49 cents each box.
    Also, I got $1/2 Quaker Chewy Granola Bars coupons in my RedPlums today, which would make each box just a little more if your readers don’t have the .55 cents coupons!

    • Tracey

      @Jenn, Corn Flakes are not listed as working for that Catalina. Did you get it to work?

  • http://www.frugalmomjenn.com Jenn

    oops. I got caught up in the ounces vs. printables and forgot that the catalina was only for certain varieties *blush*

  • http://none Claire

    I am pretty new to all of this. Last week, I went to Shoprite armed with my coupon from RS and then a coupon from an internet site and they gave me grief saying I could only use one coupon for each product. What is your secret for getting them to take 2 coupons for 1 item?

    • Cindy

      @Claire, Hi Claire, What coupon are you referring to when you say RS? There are not too many ShopRite store coupons and those are the only ones that you can use to stack (use 2 together) with a manufacturer coupon. You can not use 2 manufacturer coupons for one items. You can not do that anywhere. Let me know what you are referring to.

      For the cellfire coupons. It’s a funny site the way they have it set up. You have to choose a coupon from the front before you log in, then close that coupon and click DEALS on the top. Then your town will come up. Click on that and your ShopRite deals should be there. Let me know if that helps.

  • http://none Claire

    sorry one more thing. are the cellfire coupons limited to certain geographies? Shoprite never shows up on my list as a frequent shopper card. Is it because of my phone number? Shoprite is not dominant where I live. Thanks.

    • Maria

      @Claire, I have a similar issue when I log in through cellfire.com. The only way I have been able to add the coupons to my card is if I login to Shoprite.com and then select the cellfire link on their website. I hope that helps.

  • http://none Claire

    OK – sorry. It was this one I tried last week:

    Yoplait Trix or Go-Gurt $2.00
    $.80/2 Printable here & here
    Final Price: $1.20 each wyb 2

    I printed both of the printables and tried to use them both but I guess what you are saying is that I can use one printable or the other. Thanks for the clarification!

    • Cindy

      @Claire, Yes you can only use 1 manufacturer coupon for the 2 items because it is an $.80/2. Possibly the confusion was the final price is shown on the post. It shows it with the coupon doubled. Most ShopRites double the coupons that are up to $.99 so that $.80/2 coupon would double to $1.60 off 2. I’m not sure of the coupon policy at your ShopRite so you would have to check. If they only double up to a total of $.99 off then that coupon would deduct $.99 for the 2 products. If you had 4 products you could use 2 coupons. Hope that helps. If you have any more questions please post them. Either I or another reader can help you out. Sometimes it’s confusing when you first start out but before you know it you will be a pro :)

  • http://www.4hatsandfrugal.blogspot.com Amiyrah @ 4 hats and frugal

    Cindy,

    here is the link for the printable for pepperidge farm breads: http://promotion.familytime.com/f10cf/default.aspx

    you had the printable listed as the coupon for the deal, but no link. Figured maybe you couldn’t find it.

  • http://citysaver.blogspot.com Kari

    I just printed out the $1 off 2 quaker coupon and it specifies that you must purchase true delights or fiber and omega-3 bars (neither are included in the cat deal according to this weeks flyer). Just wanted to give folks a heads up. I know my shoprite analyzes every coupon I give them, so if your shoprite is picky this coupon probably won’t work. Still a decent deal though, $2.92 for 8 boxes!

  • Anonymous

    Do you have the zip code for the Hillshire Farms printable?

    Much thanks!!!!

    • Cindy

      @, It works at 44301

  • Marlene

    Here’s another place to print out a Gorton’s fish coupon. Save $1/2 http://www.gortons.com/coupons_promotions.htm

    • Cindy

      @Marlene, Thanks Marlene, I added it to the post. :)

  • Terri

    I found a link to a $1/1 coupon for Simply Smart milk, which is on sale at Shoprite this week. So, if you didn’t get it from the 1/3 Smart Source – or want to score another – here you go!
    http://www.hood.com/promo/default.aspx?id=1453

  • Melissa

    Betty Crocker Coupons states on it do not double or triple.

    • Cindy

      @Melissa, Hi Melissa, I know it states do not double. That is what the DND next to the coupon refers to. Also, there is a blurb out the do not double coupons on the top of each shoprite post. You can also read more detail about the do not double coupons on the beginners tab at the top of the site.

  • Chris

    There is also a coupon for $0.50 off 2 Progresso Soups expiring on 2/27 and 3/13. The picture shows high fiber soups, but it states “any flavor Progresso soups.” Use two $0.50 and this makes the Progresso soups $0.75 each wyb 4.

  • anonymous

    I think that what Melissa referred to was that the final price on the Betty Crocker brownies and cake mix would not be free as suggested in the listing here since the coupons don’t double. Minor detail. Thanks for doing all this work, though. Good job! :-)

    • Cindy

      @anonymous, Most stores do double the “do not double” coupons which is why I post it that way. There are a select few now that will not double them. According to Shoprite corporate, they are still suppose to be doubled, however certain managers have decided that they were going to make their own rules for these coupons. If your stores are the ones that will not double them then you just have to take that into consideration when making the purchase. For the rest that have stores that do double the “do not double” coupons then you will be able to get them for free.

  • Tracey

    My ShopRite in Rockaway doubles all coupons. They rock!

  • Chris

    The Shoprite in Lincoln Park is pretty cool too; they always triple coupons $0.50 and under.

  • Christa

    Hi Cindy,
    I came back from my Shop Rite this afternoon and I just have to ask you…when you go shopping, do you go more than one time a week and split your coupons so it doesn’t seem like you have so many in one transaction? The reason I ask is that I normally go once a week and I have a stack of coupons. I feel that everytime the cashier and manager see me coming they know that I will have a ton of coupons and it seems like they try to nit pick through to see exactly what they can find not to use. I was just wondering if that happens to anyone else… maybe I should go twice a week and split my order but that would be a waste of time for me. Just curious to know if anyone else has the same experience when they go to their grocery store.

    • Cindy

      @Christa, Hi Christa. The only time I go back is if I’m rolling a catalina. Other then that, I go with all my coupons. I get the same thing from store sometimes. They see me coming and nit pick through my coupons too. But, rarely, except for their new found love of the “do not double” button on their new registers, do I have an issue. It just takes a while and I know that. I’ve gotten a couple of grimaces but I look past that. I know how much money I am saving and that is all that matters. The thing is, I stick to the store “rules” such as only 4 coupons per item and I don’t ever take a PDF coupon to shoprite because they have issues with those and so on. So, I know that ever single thing I do with the coupons is on the up and up so it doesn’t rattle me when they go through every coupon. Plus, I’m finding that they do it less and less now. Maybe they know I never give them a problem. So take your stack and don’t worry about it. The people behind you in line are probably too amazed at how much you are saving to complain. :)

      • Maria

        @Cindy, That’s a great answer Cindy. I agree, we are not doing anything illegal. The company offers the service of accepting coupons and we follow the guidlines about redeeming them. You are correct, once you go a few times and they see that you are not trying to pull something over on them they tend to relax. I was a cashier once and I can write a book on what people try to do and not just with coupons.

        • Cindy

          @Maria, I can only imagine. I even see people doing things as a consumer. Since I know all the deals, when I see someone trying to return something that was free or produced a catalina, it drives me crazy. We get such awesome deals just by doing everything by the book that I don’t know why people feel the need to “pull one over” on the store. Honestly, it ruins it for the rest of us. Because stores eventually catch on and then stop certain programs to prevent it. Oh boy, you touched on a sore spot with me :)

  • Ann

    I don’t get the same betty crocker coupons from the bakesweetmemories website. Are they linked to a certain zip code?

    • Cindy

      @Ann, Hi Ann, It just appears that the good ones are already gone. Sorry you missed them.

  • Chris

    My SR limits people to 20 coupons per family per day, so I end up taking at least two trips a week in order to split up the coupons.

  • Marlene

    Cindy,
    When you say that you use only 4 coupons per item (above), what do you mean exactly? I ask because once, when SR was having the No Yolks sale, I bought 5 packages and used 5 coupons, but after I got home, and reviewed my receipt, I only received credit for 4 coupons. I haven’t used more than 4 coupons, for 4 of the same items, since. Is this a store policy, or did the cashier make a mistake?

    • Cindy

      @Marlene, Most of the ShopRites will only use 4 coupons for the same items. Since you bought 5 No Yolks you would only be able to use 4 coupons. So it’s best to only buy 4 items.

      Honestly, I think if they scanned it, it would go through, however that seems to be policy for most ShopRites. I thinks it’s just to stop people from clearing out the shelves if it’s a good deal.

      However, there is nothing that says you can’t go back and buy more at another time.

  • Karen

    You know how most of the sale items are limit to 4 per variety? The same goes for coupons. At least, doubling them that is. In that instance, I would say the cashier made a mistake in not scanning it, unless the register prompted him/her that you had already exceeded the limit amount of coupons?






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