Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Albertson's 1/13-1/19

HERE is this week's Albertson's **printable shopping list** (Idaho's list)

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Wow....nothing. Nothing at all is looking particularly good to me. Perhaps if there were to be some doublers in Sunday's paper, that MIGHT make a couple things look a little more enticing, but as it stands...bleh.

I guess these are the only things that you might really want to pick up if you happen to be in the area, but I wouldn't make a special trip for them...

Carrots, Farm Stand 1 lb. baby-cut - $1.00
Lettuce, Green Leaf, Red Leaf or Romaine - $1.00
Limes - $.25/ea
Salad, Fresh Express 8-16 oz. Garden, Coleslaw or Shredded Lettuce - $1.00
Pork - Shoulder Country Style Ribs, bone-in max pak - $1.00/lb (this IS a really good price to stock up on ribs!)
Minute Maid Lemonade or Punch, 64 oz. chilled - $1.00
Oscar Mayer Basic Lunchables, 4.15-4.5 oz. - $1.00 (I get these sometimes for my son's school lunches. They're usually $1.25 at Walmart)
Tillamook Chunk Cheese, 2 lb. (First 2) - $3.99/lb with in-ad coupon. Use $1 off 2lbs any cheese from (Idaho and Utah only) to make it $2.99/lb
Jolly Time Microwave Popcorn, 3 pk. - $1.00 - Use $.50/1 SS 1/10, making it $.50/ea!)
Kelloggs Cereal, 15.3 oz. Smacks (First 8) - $1.59 - Use $.75/1 from (no longer available, so hopefully you printed it when it was!) making it $.84/ea! I don't often see this variety on sale, so I will definitely get a couple of boxes with my coupons.
Kelloggs Rice Krispies Treats, 6.2 oz.(First 8) - $1.59 with in-ad coupon. Use $1/2 from (no longer available so hopefully you printed it when it was!) making them $1.09/ea. My husband LOVES these, so any chance to pick some up is fantastic!
Halls Cough Drops, 30-36 ct. - $1.00 - Use $1/2 SS 1/10 to make these just $.50/ea!
SoftSoap Liquid Hand Soap, 7.5 oz. - $1.00 - Use $.35/1 SS 1/03 making them $.65/ea.

There ya go. Those are the items that you might pick up if you need them or if you are in the area, but I wouldn't go stocking up on them or anything. Just my personal opinion...:)


  1. I was able to print the cheese coupon ( $1 off 2lbs any cheese) i put in the Nampa zip code and printed it and it doesnt' say anything on the coupon about not being valid in Washington! It did only let me print it once though and now when i put in the zip to try again its not there anymore! at least i got 1 though!

  2. Yes, you can print it, but it is funded by the Idaho Dairy Products Commission and even though the scanner MAY allow it through at stores outside of Idaho or Utah, they will NOT get reimbursed for this coupon, which isn't fair to them. So, that is why it is only valid for Idaho and Utah.


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