Reset! $0.75/1 Oscar Mayer P3 Portable Protein Pack Coupon – Better Than FREE at ShopRite & More!

Oscar Mayer Portable Protein Coupon

Oscar Mayer Portable Protein Coupon

The Oscar Mayer Portable Protein Coupon has reset.  The coupon is for $0.75 off ONE Oscar Mayer P3 Portable Protein Pack.


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ShopRite has the Oscar Mayer P3 Portable Protein Packs on sale for $1.49  making them FREE the coupon! There is also a $0.75/1 OSCAR MAYER P3 PORTABLE PROTEIN PACK ShopRite eCoupon still available making these FREE + $0.76 moneymaker after stacked offers!
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Wegmans has the Oscar Mayer Portable Protein Packs regularly priced at $1.69 making them only $0.19 after the new coupon.

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  • Mary

    I looked twice this morning, but I can not find the SR e-coupon.

    • lou

      it is still there. when not logged in and default sorted by expiration, it is on the bottom of page 4 out of 6.

    • Kathy

      I used my digital coupon already but it’s still free after coupon so still a great deal! Just a note to anyone who relies heavily on ShopRite from home. No store I checked listed this product on SRFH yet both stores I go to did in fact have it in stock. It’s easy to miss though (with lunchables at my stores) because it’s not a big package. HTH

      • cathy

        did your stores have multiple varieties?

        • Kathy

          Yes – it was the Crystal Light On-the-Go which gave me problems & it may be because of a couple the varieties I chose (most likely the energy variety which was also on sale at SR for $1.99) but it really wasn’t clear because the catalina details just say “any Crystal Light canisters or On the Go”…we’ll see what happens.

          • cathy

            oops! wrong thread! 😉

            • Kathy

              Yikes you’re right – had too many windows open 😉

        • Karen

          My SR had four varieties but watch the expiration dates–two of the four were expiring in a few days. As I recall, they contained either peanuts or almonds, cheddar cheese or monterey-colby mix cheese and chicken, smoked turkey breast, ham or turkey breast for the meat. HTH!

          • cathy

            the 2 that were not expiring in a few days, do you recall how far off the expiration date was for those? wondering if this is a product with a short expiration. tia!

  • tina

    I Guess Because It’s New My Store Doesn’t Carry It Yet!

  • Kimberly Buchko

    I was going to get one at Shoprite (mine only doubles to $1, so I could only get one free). But then we stopped into Acme first. They had $1 off manager’s special coupons on two out of three varieties, normally priced at $1.99. Plus Acme fully doubles, and has no coupon limit. So we got a bunch and got an extra $0.51 overage from each. Which of course went towards the $1.69/lb chicken breast special. Couponing on the fly, fun and satisfying! lol 🙂

    • cathy

      the manager’s special is because the expiration is close, right?

      • Kimberly Buchko

        I know on fresh meat that is the case…
        But these are new products to the market, so I doubt they’re expiring soon. Unfortunately, my boyfriend took half with him to keep at work and the other half are already consumed since we got them Saturday. lol
        So I have no idea what the expiration is on them. In any case, it’s a sealed package of processed meat, cheese, and salted nuts, it will last a while no matter what the date says.

        • barbara

          agreed i often purchase these items at the acme. and other stores..

        • cathy

          ime, these coupons can be stuck on any product that they determine to be “close to” expiration – not just meat. close to is a relative term, of course – it could still be weeks – but the 3rd variety without the discount likely had a further out date. discounts like this would be very variable depending on store stock. in no way was i insinuating that you bought something that was about to spoil. i try to always check expirations on anything in the refrigerated cases, especially if they have a discount sticker on them. they are new, but they are still meat and cheese.

          thanks for the heads up to check acme for these. 🙂