January 19, 2011

Piggly Wiggly Deals 1/19 - 1/25

Great sale on General Mills products this week! It's a mix and match sale. You have to buy these sale items in groups of 10 but you can mix and match which items you want to get. There are lots of coupons to match up with this sale. I highlighted some of the best coupons, but there are more out there. The ad for the DePere and Howard locations are different this week... so be sure to check the ad for your store!

SPECIAL SAVINGS Store Coupons (w/$5 purchase):
None this week

Food Club Chunk, Shredded, or Singles Cheese $.49 with 2100 Pig Points

(when you buy in groups of 10)

GoGurt, Trix or Fiber One Yogurt $1.29
-$.75/2 printable or $0.75/2 (1/2/2011 GM)
$1/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, or Splitz
=as low as $.79 each

Pillsbury Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls, $0.99
-$1/2 Pillsbury Crescent or $0.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent or $.40/2 (1/2/11 GM)
-$1/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or $0.40/2 Pillsbury Sweet or $0.40/2 (1/2/2011 GM)
=as low as $.49 each

Totino's Frozen Pizza Rolls $0.79

Green Giant Frozen Boil-in Bag Vegetables, $0.99 - $0.50/1 printable =$.49 each

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel or Scrambles $1.49
-$1/2 printable or $.50/2 printable or (1/2/11 GM) = as low as $.99

Green Giant Canned Vegetables, $.49

Progresso Soup, $0.89 - $1/4 (1/16/2011 SS) or printable =$.64 each

Betty Crocker Potato Pouches, $0.49

Betty Crocker Ready-to-Spread Frosting, $0.99
Betty Crocker Cake Mix, $0.69
=$1.18 for both cake mix and frosting

General Mills Cereal (Cheerios, Trix, Wheaties Cocoa Puff, Golden Grahams) $1.49
-$1/2 printable here or here or $1/3 (1/2/2011 G)
$1/1 Wheaties or here
=as low as $.49

General Mills Cereal (Total, Honey Nut or MultiGrain Cheerios, Fiber One) $1.99
-$0.75/1 MultiGrain Cheerios or $1/2 printable =as low as $1.24

Chex Mix Bars, GM Milk & Cereal Bars or Golden Grahams Treats $1.49
-$1/2 printable or $0.50/1 printable here or here=$.99 each

Nature Valley or Fiber One Bars $1.49
-$1/2 printable or $.50/1 printable here or here=$.99 each

Food Club American Singles, Chunk or Shredded Cheese $1.49
Dean's Snack Dips $0.99 - $1/2 printable =$.49 each

Banquet Frozen Fruit or Pot Pies 2 for $1.00
-B3G1 (fruit pies) Jan 2011 ALL YOU
=$.38 each

Food Club Tomato or Chicken Noodle Soup $0.49
StarKist Chunk Light Tuna (pouch) $0.99 - $.5o/1 (Feb 2011 ALL YOU)=$.49
Barilla Pasta $0.99 - $1/2 Barilla Plus (1/9/2011 SS)=$.49 each
Prego Pasta Sauce $1.69 - $0.60/2 (1/2/2011 SS)= $1.39 each
Food Club Seasoning Packets (chili, etc) $0.44

Split Chicken Breasts $0.99 per lb.
Pork Chops $1.79 per lb.
Angus Beef Boneless Top Round Roast $2.99 lb.

Dove or Degree Invisible Solid Deodorant $2.39
-$1.50/2 printable
=$1.64 each

Exclusive Internet Store Coupon (w/ $10 purchase) this week.
These are available here for Larry's PW and here for Olsen's PW.
  • All Laundry Detergent $3.49 - $1.50/1 (1/16/2011 SS)=$1.99
Click here for more helpful information about using coupons and shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Remember, Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and their ads occasionally don't match up, check your store ad for prices.


Candi said...

I have question about Pig Points (PPs). For example, when, in the ad, you see something like this: 1500 PPs Save 5 cents (per Gallon of Gas) with ... Card... and One Bag of Peas. Does this mean that if you buy the Bag of Peas you will receive 1500 PPs? If so, do the PPs need to be used for gas or could they be used for a store item special (Free cupcake for 2100 PPs)?

Shelly said...

Yes, you get the Pig Point when you purchase any featured item. You'll see though that those items are usually NOT on sale (or their prices aren't listed) so be very careful.

I don't usually go out of my way to buy the Pig Point items. If I happen to buy them and get the points then that is just an extra bonus. I haven't really found many deals through Pig Points which is why I never list them in my deal posts. Make sure you aren't over paying just to earn Pig Points.

If you have some Pig Points in your account you can use them either for discounted gas or the special store items. You'll have to do the math to figure out which is a better deal... a free or discounted grocery item or a discounted gas. (Each 1500 points is worth $.05 off gas. I can't remember the gallon limit at the moment!?) Most of the time (not all) the discounted gas is a better deal.

Vivian said...

The PPoints are used up to 15 gallons of gas - I have gotten more than one round of gas for free - they actually charge you about .14 - and it's wonderful. If you do the math, sometimes with pig points, the item is like having a super good coupon attached to it. I once got Scrubbies, like Scotch Brite for my kitchen for 1/2 off b/c of pig points. I usually stand there and do the math if it's an item I'm interested in. If it's .02/gal in pig points, that is .30 off (redeemable in gas), if it is .05/gal in pig points, that is .75 off.I have to buy gas anyway, but I don't necessarily have to buy the items so I just make decisions on the spot when I do the math. I NEVER use them for food items - always a better deal to use them for gas - cashiers (who love me) have even told me so :)))))) Typically I save all of my pig points until my gas is free and then go get it.

Kris K said...

The deals for Howard are very different from De Pere this week. I looked at the Howard circular and there is .19/lb bananas and .99 milk coupons. Those coupons did not show up on the De Pere circular...

Shelly said...

Thanks Kris! Drives me nuts when they do that! But that's why at the end of every post I put a little disclaimer to check the ad! :)