Wow, back from a few week’s hiatus with some great deals this week!
I wasn’t shocked to find the deals on seafood below, I’ve been thinking about doing a little surf n’ turf since I know the hubby likes it. The highlights below include:
- jumbo snow crab at $7.99 a lbs
- raw shrimp at 25% off (frozen, or in bulk at the counter – I’d go with the counter
- pork spare ribs at $2.49/lbs
- here’s a biggie! Get four (4) 12-packs of soda for only $10!
- There’s also an albertsons BOGO on Nature’s Vitamins – this is a must if you’re trying to stay healthy
Remember, this Albertons Weekly Ad is for my local Santa Monica, California store- but the savings usually travel to other states. Please leave comments if you’re preparing any fun dinners around this weekly saver or if you’ve found any great little albertsons coupons.
I’m sorry I disappeared last week without any notice, the hubby has been a little stressed out at work lately and the economic downturn put a little extra strain on us. So you know what we decided to do? We decided to spend a little money and go on a cheap family vacation to the beautiful beaches of Ventura County, California. It’s not Malibu, heh, but it’s very affordable and it was a great time- the kids loved the beach.
This is a little late, but here is last weeks Albertsons Weekly Ad highlights, I’ll post this weeks ad tonight. – As always, please feel free to comment below or send me an email!
Here it is:
Get a 5 pack of corn for free instantly with a purchase of 3lbs or more of Albertsons brand or Stockman & Dakota brand Rib-eye Steak in a single transaction using your preferred card (up to $3.99 value). Corn sold in a 5 pack.
With a purchase of 10 Knorr brand Rice or Pasta Sides Dishes (#10 for $10 – mix and match) get one of these for free: either an 8-piece dark meat fried or grilled chicken (4 each of legs or thighs) or a Culinary Circle rotisserie chicken for ONLY 99 cents!
Get 6 ears/cobs of corn for free instantly with a purchase of 3lbs or more of Albertsons brand or Stockman & Dakota brand Rib-eye Steak in a single transaction using your Preferred Card (up to $3.99 value) and showing the in-ad coupon.
With a purchase of 10 Knorr brand Rice or Pasta Sid Dishes (#10 for $10 – mix and match) get $5 off Rotisserie Chicken instantly (using your Preferred Card) – pay $1.99 each (plus tax) for SoCal customers; .99 plus tax for Las Vegas customers!
Whoa and wowzas.
Just got my hands on the Albertsons Weekly Ad for the week of 8/10 to 8/16, and let me tell you- there’s some great deals in here!
I’m eying Albertsons’ Beef Loin Top Siloin Steak for only $2.99 a pound. I’m planning on buying 6 lbs for less than $18 and then with the left overs I’m going to chop them up and put them into a delicious wheat quesadilla. My boys and daughter love the quesadillas and they make great snacks.
Check out the ad and see what else is on sale for this week. Don’t forget to leave a comment if you’ve got a great recipe using Albertsons sale items or if you’ve got any questions.
Matt has been begging me to upgrade our home theater system forevvver and I finally caved this weekend. So of course, this means we now have to re-purchase all our DVDs on Blue-ray.
The boys adore Disney. So I couldn’t believe my eyes when I found a way to buy 9 Disney blu rays for less than $10 a piece.
Here’s how I did it
Disney has this club called the Disney Movie Club. It seems a bit like those old CD membership clubs like Columbia House.
- Go to Disney Movie Club and enter the code: 14366
- Purchase 5 Disney movies for $1.00 (you must pay with a credit card to get this price).
- Purchase a Bonus Disney Movie for $11.95.
- Purchase another Bonus Disney Movie for $8.95.
- Purchase 2 Disney movies at their regular price of $29.95.
My Shopping List
- Toy Story Special Edition – TOTAL: $0.20
- Up – TOTAL: $0.40
- Bolt – TOTAL: $0.60
- Monsters, Ink – TOTAL: $0.80
- A Bug’s Life – TOTAL: $1.00
- Toy Story 2 Special Edition – TOTAL: $12.95
- A Christmas Carol – TOTAL: $22.90
- Sky High – TOTAL: $52.85
- James and the Giant Peach – TOTAL: $82.80
That’s only $9.20 Each!
American Express has a pretty neat Facebook promo going on right now if you’re an Amex cardholder. No Albertsons but plenty of other good stuff.
There are currently over almost 50 deals! Here’s a few highlights. Read more for the full list:
Spend $350, Save 20% On Hotels
Whole Foods Market
Spend $20 Or More, Get $5 Back
Spend $50 Or More, Get $15 Back
How to use the Amex Facebook Deals
You must have an Amex card for this to work!
How to access the deals:
- Login to your Facebook Account.
- Open the American Express Link, Like, Love Facebook Page.
- Click “Get Started” and then Allow access.
- Then just click “Link Card” and fill out the form.
You will now have access to a list of all the Amex deals. To apply the deals, Click “Add to Card” on any deals you wish to use. The savings will automatically apply when you use your linked Amex card after checkout.
I recently tried this out with the Whole Foods deal and it really works as advertised. I added the deal to my card then used my card as I normally would. A few minutes after checkout Amex emailed me this:
Congratulations! You saved on your purchase by using the American Express® Card you linked with Facebook. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days.
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In this week’s ad, Albertsons is running a deal this week on General Mills cereals for $1.99 each on the following cereals:
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch
- Chex Mix
Pretty sweet, but if you’re a Cinnamon Toast Crunch fan like my husband you are in luck! Coupons.com has a $0.50/1 manufacturers coupon available right now.
How To Get Cinnamon Toast Crunch for $0.99
- Buy Cinnamon Toast Crunch at Albertsons On Sale for $1.99 (to 8/2)
- Use and double (how do I double?) the $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coupon from coupons.com
Your Final Price is now $0.99!
Reader Jerry emailed me this pic from her local Albertsons in Los Angeles (Santa Monica).
This appears to be a city wide ban in Santa Monica and not just for Albertsons. Other cities in California have implemented similar bans:
- Long Beach
- Manhattan Beach
- San Francisco
- San Jose
I’m not an environmentalist, but I think this is a good thing. Paper bags are still an option in most places – but I try to use reusable bags as much as I can. Although this can be a little challenging on my big stockpile runs.
Etsy has tons of cute handmade grocery bags like these:
I’m going to put this post up since I get quite a few emails about the subject. I feel like I might even make this post its own page sometime in the future. heh.
Anyway, yes- I’m a professional couponer and I spend a tooooon of time on this blog. But, you don’t need to invest multiple hours a day couponing because that’s why you’ve got me. I’m here to help guide you and source the deals so you don’t have to spend the time.
So… yes, extreme couponing is awesome, and you can save 101% of the total cost BUT, don’t expect to get $1,300 shopping trips for free every week- there’s a ton of planning that goes into a score like that. However, if you listen to me and do your couponing correctly, you’ll be able to consistently save 30-50% off your weekly trips. that’s a lot of money honey!
What you need to know: well, you need to know the above. You also should check out the Coupon Basics where we list some great stuff like resources on where to get coupons outside of our blog, coupon policies (I have Albertsons Coupon Policy listed, but it’s pretty generic) and more.
You can message me directly or you can leave a comment below and I’ll reply just as quickly.