Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Hy-Vee 10/28-11/3

There isn't a lot at Hy-Vee this week but there are a few good deals worth taking advantage of!

Regular Deals:
  • Hy-Vee boneless fresh chicken breasts=1.79/lb.
  • Butter Kearnal canned veggies=3/$1 with in ad coupon (that is only .33/can and beats Aldi price of .49/can)
  • Select varieties of Hy-Vee canned tomatoes and sauce 27-28oz cans=.99/1 (that is like paying .50/1 15 oz. can)
  • Buy any 6 General Mill's cereals and get an instant $10 off and a FREE gallon of Milk (in ad coupon for the $10 off) **I am not sure if this is a good deal because I don't know the individual price of the cereal participating???***
  • 10 individual Dannon yogurts=$3.90 (use in ad Hy-Vee coupon for $1/10 and combine with $1/10 mf coupon or .60/6 to get these as low as .19/1!)
  • Midwest County fair frozen veggies=.88/1 (beats Aldi price of .95/1)
  • Pillsbury rolls or biscuits=$10/10 (use various printables here for a great deal!)
  • Hy-Vee brand 12 oz. cottage cheese=.89/1
Produce
  • 5lb. bag of locally grown potatoes=.99/bag (can't beat it!)
  • Blackberries=1.99/5.6 oz pkg
  • 16 oz. bag Grimmway farm baby carrots=.69/1 with in-ad coupon (beats Aldi price of .99/bag)
  • 1 bunch of red, romaine or green Cappuro Farm's lettuce=.99/1
  • Select varieties of apples=.88/lb.
  • Grapefruit=2/$1
  • 12 oz. pkg. Ocean Spray cranberries=1.99/1
Tailgate deals: Good Wed-Sun ONLY!
  • Zesta saltines=.99/1 (Aldi Price)
  • Ragu Pasta sauce=3/$4 or 1.33/1 (use .75/2 coupon to get these for only .96/1)
  • Robert's 16 oz. sour cream or dips=1.33/1 (use .35/1 coupon to get these for .98/1)
  • Ball Park Franks=2/$4 (use $1/2 coupon to get these for $1.50/1)
  • Peter Pan PB=1.38/1 (beats most off brand prices!)
Remember the best way to support this blog besides your readership is to continue printing your coupons here! If you would like to see deals at other grocery stores be sure to visit the BeCentsAble Grocery Gathering here!

8 comments:

flemishe said...

My co-worker got a little extra flyer with her Hyvee insert in Lawrence that said there is a 6 hour sale on Thursday night.
Does anyone have info on this?

Becca said...

I have the Lawrence 6 hours sale info (it is usually the same at Topeka stores, or very similar) Its for Thursday 10/29 from 4pm-10pm

Hyvee vegetables (whole kernal or cream style corn, cut or french green beans) $0.39 ea limit 12
Dr Pepper all varieties 2 liter $0.49
Hershey's Pack-a-snack candy bars (select varieties) 8 ct pkg $0.69
Honeycrisp Apples $0.99/lb
Hyvee butter $0.99 limit 2
Quaker Cap'n Crunch or Life cereal (21 or 22 oz) $1.88
Bakery Fresh Choc Chip cookies 10 cents ea (pkgs of 12+)
Kraft easy mac 2.5oz cup 3/$1.00
BlueBell ice cream (pint) $0.88 limit 10
Planters cocktail peanuts 12oz can $0.99
Hormel Boneless Top Loin Pork Chop 4oz ea 10/$7
Cottonelle Ultra Bath Tissue 12 double roll pack $4.77 (its only 240 sq feet, but for this brand its a steal)

Baggerly Family! said...

The cereal worked out good for me...I think. I got 2 boxes of Chex cereal (I will use to make chex mix around xmas time) for $3.09 each, 2 boxes of Reese's Puffs that were $4.59 each, and 2 boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios were $4.59 each. I had 3 coupons from 9/27 for $1.00/2 boxes. Then got the $10 instant rebate. In MO it prints a coupon for $6.00 of future purchase which I used to buy 2 gallons of milk. Some of the boxes are specially marked that if you buy 2 you get to go online and print off a coupon for a free movie admission worth up to $12.50. So...OOP I spent $11.54 and then did a seperate transaction and got the milk for 18 cents oop. Then printed off 2 free adult movie tickets. It is good at most theaters near me. You can go to www.generalmills.com/moviecash to see details. I think that works out great.

flemishe said...

Thanks Becca!

blaireruch said...

Pillsbury crescent rolls (small 4 oz size) $1. I used 4 $1 printables and got them free. And a $2.00 catalina printed out courtesy of Pillsbury!

Jolly Time popcorn $1 - .50 mf = .50.

Sara Lee Bread $1.88 - .50 Hy-Vee coupon from $5 savings book.

I did the cereal deal too! I got 2 Boo Berry at $2.49, 2 Count Chocula at $2.49 and 2 Strawberry Chex at $2.99. Paid $15.94 - $10.00 savings - 3 $1/2 mf = $2.94. I got the $6.00 catalina towards milk, so it's like getting paid $3.02 for 6 cereals and $6.00 worth of milk! I think I may go back and do it again tomorrow along with the 6 hour sale.

:)

Blaire

Winter said...

I did the cereal deal today, and the way it worked was I bought 2 boxes of Cinnamon Toast Crunch @ $2.99 ea., 1 box of Cocoa Puffs @ $2.99,1 box of Kix @ $3.49 and 2 boxes of Lucky Charms @ $2.49 ea. I used coupons for each of these totaling $3.60, then they took off the $10, giving me the total of $3.84, THEN, a Catalina of $6 from General Mills printed for free milk! I went back and got two gallons, for which I received 19 cents back in change too.

liza said...

You can save up to 40 to 60% on your weekly grocery shopping by using grocery coupons at http://printable-coupons-cmc.blogspot.com/

blaireruch said...

There is a $1.00 printable coupon for Total cereal on www.moneysavingmom.com and www.commonsensewithmoney.com

Wheat Thins are on sale for $1.98 and there were some printables for $2.00 and $1.00 a few weeks ago. Makes them free or just .98!

Maybe I'll see some of you at 4:00 pm!

:)

Blaire