ShopRite: Free Blue Bunny Ice Cream

Reader Jim noticed that there were some great deals at ShopRite with the new $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon.  Here are the awesome deals that Jim found:

Blue Bunny Crunch Bars 6 pack (chocolate) – $2.19
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
$0.19 each after coupon

Blue Bunny Root Beer Float Bars 6 pack – $1.49
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
Free after coupon

Blue Bunny Sunday Crunch Bars 6 pack – $2.19
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
$0.19 each after coupon

Blue Bunny Champion Cones – Strawberry Cheesecake 6pk – $2.49
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
$0.49 each after coupon

Blue Bunny Cookie Creations – Peanut Butter Fudge Chip 10pk – $2.49
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
$0.49 each after coupon

Blue Bunny Big Star Bars 6 pack – $1.49
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
Free after coupon

Blue Bunny Pints $0.99
use $2/1 Blue Bunny Printable Coupon
Free after coupon

(Thanks Jim for the deals & Mark for the coupon!)

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  • Bridget

    Thanks, I have 5 of these coupons 🙂 guess the diets not starting tomorrow 🙂 lol

  • Laurie M.

    Looks like I’m heading back to ShopRite!!!

  • Bree

    It seems you can print these a few times but it does say 1 coupon per household 🙁

  • Aileen C

    Some of these are limit 1, so just keep that in mind if you are going to use more than 1 coupon. Looks like they also have some of the pint size ice cream containers for .99.

  • David

    After printing two $2/1 coupons, I then received a Blue Bunny welcome email which allowed me to print two $1 off of one Blue Bunny frozen item. Maybe these can be used on two BB Pints for .99 each making them free.

    • Jim

      I was going to list the pints, but I was not sure if that would be considered single serve which is excluded.

      • David

        Jim- would a pint be considered a single serve? The images on each coupon also shows a single tub of icecream in addition to the boxed stuff. Maybe they mean a single bar or cone……I don’t know.

        • Aileen C

          I think the single serve is the 7 oz size (also happens to be .99). It is called “Blue Bunny Personals”.

  • Eileen

    ah if only there were room in the freezer…wait how many in a box…we can always eat them…

  • Ueen

    I think blue bunny and kenmore are somewhat im cohorts. The want us to get a new freezer. Lol. Hmnnnn no kenmore i cant afford a freezer. And blue bunny sale, come back in the summer please. I should have room for you by then. 🙂

    • Cindy

      Oh that’s funny. 🙂

      • Melissa B.

        I can finally fill my extra freezer space with free stuff. Anyone want to donate?

        • Melissa B.

          lol

        • Ueen

          lol. I like that. 🙂

  • David

    I don’t know if anyone noticed but the $2/1 and $1/1 can be saved as PDF printable files. Even though it only lets you print a max of two when you click on the Blue Bunny print button, the printer preperties always pops up which means you can then choose Adobe PDF as the Select Printer and then save the file to your computer.

    I checked each set that BB allowed me to print originally off the site and they are identical in barcodes and numbers.

    Hmmmmmm…….if this is what I think it is, then it’s icecream for breakfast, lunch & dinner for the kids 🙂 Sunday we packed our fridges freezer with all the great freebies we got at Shoprite with the dollar sale…….I think I can squeaze in a few more items into the icemaker part of it since we’re not using it 🙂 I told my wife this morning and she said maybe we should look into a freezer for the pantry downstairs sooner than later with this type of deal.

    • Melinda

      David- can you e-mail me the coupon? melinda.fusco@gmail.com
      Thank you!

      • Ueen

        I remembered last year when I printed this Q thru my account, it has my user name under the item description. It said, Issued to LRWC fan in NJ. Now if I have available one saved as pdf my account name would surely apply to you. (unless you are not from NJ 🙂 If David’s user name is his name, I am not sure if you want to be called David. 🙂 But hey, on second thought, if I have freezer space and I don’t have access to the Q but thru David, I would not mind pretending to be David when I go get these free stuff. I can wear a wig. 🙂

        • David

          Ueen- No need for a wig, my hair is really short 🙂 You do have a point though, there is no username on the ones I got, but an ICECREAM TEAM MEMBER ID next to the Blue Bunny logo. It’s a series of numbers and letters, about 32 characters. That’s the only difference I saw when I got the second sets using a second email address when I registered through a second computer…..wow.

          Like I stated above the barcodes & numbers were identical b/w both sets I registered for. If the wig makes the icecream taste better, then by all means do it. Unfortunatly, my hair no longer grows long :p

          • Aileen C

            Mine has my first & last name on it.

          • Ueen

            Oh even better. I have not seen a Q for wigs, so I doubt that I can afford to buy one. 🙂

            When Blue Bunny gets the used Q, they would be like. Wow, this team member ID eats too many ice cream. There are too many Q used under his team member ID. Hmnnnnn, let me send him a gift certificate for a brand new freezer. 🙂

    • David

      Melinda- No problem. I did the same with the Penn. Dutch noodles coupons, I emailed them out to anyone who asked. Enjoy.

      Anyone wanting a pdf, please leave email in post. Also let me know if it works and if I’m right about all this. Share the wealth or in this case the icecream 🙂

      • Angela E

        I have a question…I printed 8 but was afraid that because of that user ID # BlueBunny might not allow me to print anymore coupon if I use them all (that is, if Shoprite LETS me use them…I’ll try 2 tomorrow).

        Here’s my question: if I print PDF and save the file, would the expiration change if I printed more in a few days or weeks? What would be the benefit to the PDF over just choosing to print more than one copy (which is what I did)?
        Thanks!

        • David

          Angela E-IF you disregarded for the moment that you weren’t printing coupons but a document for arguments sake. When you hit the Print button/link it creates what is called a ‘print file’, the computer then interprets that ‘print file’ as a document to be sent to your printer or any printer selection. ‘Adobe PDF’ is another type of printer like an HP, Lexmark, etc.

          Basically you’re saving the ‘print file’ in your computer for a later time to print. It’s no different if you were to take that exact ‘print file’ and choose for example your Lexmark printer and choosing to print 20 copies of your document at once, instead of saving the ‘print file’ and printing 20 copies over 5 days.

          To answer your question about the expiration date changing: NO. It will have the same expiration date wheather it’s one you printed today or ten you printed next week. A pdf fie is like an image or picture of your document, coupon or ‘print file’. If you physically changed the expiration date using an image software like Adobe Photoshop then that would be fraud.

          To create fraud, sometimes I take my photo and alter it in Photoshop to make me tall, dark and handsome. Then tape it to the mirror and say “You look marvelous” (Billy Crystal) 🙂

          Hope this helps.

      • Anita

        David,
        Love your attitude – Woo Hoo! Could you please send the pdf to anitalovesit@gmail.com? Thanks so much!

      • Heatherlyn

        David – Can you email me the pdf for both the noodles and blue bunny? hlyncom@excite.com – Thanks!

      • Joanne

        Hi David,
        Would you mind emailing me the PDF (giamjo@hotmail.com).
        I couldn’t print the coupon yesterday b/c my printer was out of ink and today the coupon is no longer available from the site.
        Thanks for doing this 🙂
        Joanne

    • Kim

      David~ can you please send me the file? I printed out a couple and realized after that I should’ve saved it 🙁 Thanks. lil_kim_14@hotmail.com

  • Laurie

    the fudge bars were on sale for $1.49 @ the Rockaway SR. i used 4 coupons and got 4 boxes for free – thank you!

  • Stefani

    Cindy,

    Will Shoprite get paid if we use this Q more than once? I haven’t use coupons from Bluebunny since I got rejected last year for being a PDF Q. But I see each Q is unique with our team member ID number on them. I’m planning on pointing this out to my store if I get questioned. Aparently you can’t print more than once unless you change the number of copies the first time you print. So technically, it is one per household.

    • Cindy

      I honestly don’t know the answer to that. I was able to print 2 for me through the link before it told me to there were no prints. I printed 1 at a time. I then printed under my husbands account on a different computer and it did the same thing. So, I’m thinking they allow 2 per Member ID.

    • David

      SO far what I have learned from Cindy and this site, what works in one store may not work in others. For exampe, Cindy posted a while back about getting free toothbrushes at Family Dollar using printable coupons (?). When I went to one Family Dollar south of me to try this with my printable coupons they would not accept internet coupons. As far as I know, most if not all Shoprites are independatly owned, which means they can choose what they accept or not………again don’t quote me on this, it’s just my opinion. Cindy would know better about this subject.

  • David

    Ok folks, I’m not saying it worked. However the q’s were pdf printable. That tells me they are identical like the Penn. Dutch noodles, Borden cheese we all have been using in the past few weeks. With just the Penn. Dutch noodles I was able to get over 100 bags (don’t ask) and the Borden cheese nearly 20 or more (again don’t ask). Except for the Member ID everything else is identical. Maybe it’s just Blue Bunny’s way of keeping rack which members buy what and when. The Member ID have no bar code linked to them, so how would shoprite keep track of it?

    With that said, I just came back from Shoprite. For some strange reason the scanner would not scan any of the four I had. I didn’t reject them but just would not scan. The cashier just manually inputted them as one Frozen $6 coupon. I’m thinking a) the scanner couln’t read the bar code due to the way the printer printed them…..fuzzy, b) the re-used paper I printed on or c) I don’t know 🙂 Btw, 3 out of the four were original prints from the site while the fourth was from the saved pdf, but none would scan.

    E/w, I walked out of there with (2) Cookies-n-Cream pints and (2) Sundae bars, 6 pk all for .38 cents.

    Mellisa B.-Can I temporally store some of my Blue Bunny icecream in your freezer? 🙂

    • Lisa C

      David do you think you can send to me as well? leelee9878@aol.com

      Thanks a bunch!

    • Mac

      Just a possible note of caution regarding multiple prints of this Q with the same member id. Shoprite would have no way to track it, but the manufacturer may track the ids and only pay Shoprite for the first 1 or 2 prints from the same id and not pay for subsequent copies. Blue Bunny started putting member ids on the coupons sometime last year after retailers complained of copying.

  • Ann

    Please do not PDF coupons. The company needs to keep track of how many coupons are printed and they can’t do that if people are printing to PDF and then printing off an unlimited supply. If too many people abuse the system, companies will stop offering internet coupons and stores will start limiting the number of coupons that they will accept.

    • David

      Ann- the coupons mentioned above and others were not were not altered to be made into pdf’s. For example the BB one came up with a printer property window, at wich time you could have printed one or fifty by just changing the quantity. Sending that print file (coupon) to Adobe pdf only saves it to your computer for later printing. No different than printing 50 at once instead of 50 over a few days or so.

      I have printed coupons off manufacters sites that utilize the Coupon Printer software that installed in your computer to monitor how many you are allowed, usually two max. These companies should be aware that if they want to monitor the coupons then they should take avantage of the Coupon Printer software.

      There’s a difference between a pdf or mutlti-printed coupon and one printed using the Coupon Printer software. The later all have unique barcodes. While the first are idenical.

    • Cindy

      Ann, the Blue Bunny coupons are already PDF coupons. That is how the company issues them. A silly idea, but that is the way Blue Bunny puts them out…in PDF format. That is what they are referring to.

  • Bree

    Did anyone else besides David have a problem with the coupons [not] scanning? I like to be prepared for these things before I get to the register. Thanks 🙂

    • Aileen C

      Mine beeped and the head cashier (or whatever they call them these days) had to come over. He had to scan his key for each one and they came off full price – $2, even though I got 2 pints (.99) and 2 bars (1.49).

    • Kim

      Mine went through with no issues last night.

  • Nancy

    Hi David.. Would you mind sending me the coupon to my email? Thank so much.

    Sunflo76@aol.com

    Thanks,

    Nancy L.

  • bmedici

    Usually, I would rather use a $2 coupon on a higher priced item, say $2.49, than on an item that costs less than $2. In the ShopRite stores I patronize, the cashier needs the assistance of someone with a special key to override the system’s rejection of the coupon and manually enter a value for the coupon – $1.99, for example. The whole process wastes my time, and sometimes the checkout supervisor finds something objectionable and exercises a right reserved by management that would not otherwise be exercised.
    A case in point is ShopRite’s policy regarding multiple identical coupons:
    “We reserve the right to limit coupon redemptions to four (4) of the same coupon per household per day.” Notice that the right is “reserved” – this means that it is not necessarily exercised. This is made explicit by this part of the ShopRite Coupon Policy: “..the use of excessive amounts of coupons or multiple identical coupons may be limited at the store manager’s discretion”
    Different groups of ShopRite stores are left free to follow varying policies.

  • Barb

    I used (2) $2 off Blue Bunny today – one item was $2.49 & the other $1.49. Neither beeped, so I got the overage of $.49. This never happens at my Shoprite, so you never know!!

  • Becca Gater

    I tried to print from the link above and it said there were no more coupons… Is it possible they “ran out”???

  • Lori S

    If someone has the coupon can they please send it to me abitlip@gmail.com.

    Thanks!
    Lori

  • Heatherlyn

    Did anyone find that their Shoprite didn’t have these on sale? I was wondering if it was a regional sale. Thanks.

    • Donna M

      Not in Linden, NJ as of tuesday when I went.

  • MillburnLaura

    THey were not on sale at my store

  • BRENDA

    not on sale on CT

  • Nancy L

    Thank you David! 🙂

    Nancy L.

  • Laurie M.

    I got 4 of these last night. The manager had to come over with a key to approve them since the coupon was higher than the value of the item. I did not get overage as he just keyed in the amount of the product for each coupon, which is fine by me. 🙂

  • Kate

    Not on sale in Palisades Park, NJ

  • Nancy L

    got 4 boxes last night for free.. worked just fine!