Acme: Free or Cheap General Mills Products

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There is a General Mills sale going on right now at ShopRite but I have to tell you that the one at Acme is much better. Acme is Buy $20 in General Mills products and get $5 back in a catalina. I don’t get an Acme circular mailed to my house so I was trying to read it online. After a bit of time and a lot of squinting, I determined that the 20 minute drive to Acme would be worth it. And I was right.
I purchased $93.45 worth of groceries for $3.61 OOP & still have a $5.00 catalina & a $2.00 survey coupon that printed out at the end of my receipt.
So I got everything above for a profit of $3.39
Note: This was done in 4 transactions, rolling each $5.00 catalina into the next transaction.

But listen, if you don’t have an Acme, the ShopRite deal is still great.

Here is how this Acme trip went. The good thing about this deal is, like Pathmark & A&P, the qualifying price is based on the shelf price. I will list everything I purchased with the shelf price, the sale price and the coupon amount.

All printable coupons can be found here. So get printing!
(FYI, these are the same coupons that will work for ShopRite as well)

Whole Grain Total Cereal ($4.19) $2.00 $.75/1 printable
MultiGrain Cheerios ($4.19) $2.00 $.75/1 printable
Cocoa Puffs ($3.89) $2.00 $.75/1 printable
Fiber One Yogurt ($3.49) $2.50 $1.00/1 printable
Green Giant Boxed Vegetables ($2.25) $1.00 $.50/2 printable
The Tositos and Salsa were used as a filler for one of the transactions. They were $2.50 and I had a coupon for a BOGO Salsa.