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Thread: Thrifty's $1 days - May 30-June 5 - some good deals

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    Some good deals to stock up on at Thrifty's this week:
    Kraft Dressing 250ml $1 each -
    Knorr Soup - $1 each - use B3G1 free
    Knorr Sidekicks $1 each - B3G1 free
    Delmonte fruit 398 ml $1 each (there are coups around - don't know if they are for the cans?)
    Kraft Marshmallows - $1 each
    and their Strawberries - $1 for 1 lb clamshell - not a bad price! lol
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    Wow that is a good deal for strawberries. Superstore has them on for $2.86 for 2lb til this Thurs ,I like Thrifty's deal better!

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    thanks for posting

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    smart kraft dinner $1 - $0.75 coupon = 25cents
    Lots of other non-coupon deals too.
    http://www.thriftyfoods.com/eflyer/i...530-page7.html

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    The Kraft food $2.00 off coupon only works on Kraft Dressing 414ml-475ml, these are 250ml bottles, so the coupon isn't applicable.
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    excellent!! I love their dollar days!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henley View Post
    The Kraft food $2.00 off coupon only works on Kraft Dressing 414ml-475ml, these are 250ml bottles, so the coupon isn't applicable.
    yup, didn't realize till I was in store either. oh well

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    Plus turkey is also $1/lb with a $50 order(including price of turkey)
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    Although more expensive than Campbell's, I like Primo soups and they are on for $1

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    just make sure that the price actually changes at the till....I had a bit of a fiasco with that...my bill was over $80 and it was still ringing in at full price...they had to get the meat guys to change the label of my turkey to be $1/lb.... spent well over 15 minutes to fix it and just ended in the staff being annoyed at me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSAS View Post
    just make sure that the price actually changes at the till....I had a bit of a fiasco with that...my bill was over $80 and it was still ringing in at full price...they had to get the meat guys to change the label of my turkey to be $1/lb.... spent well over 15 minutes to fix it and just ended in the staff being annoyed at me...
    So sorry to hear that you had such a difficult time....you would think that it would be an automatic coding at the register....I mean Thrifty's have jumped on board with the electronic stuff - allowing us to load points coupons onto our cards without having to clip the coupons..... how hard can it be to programme something in about the bill being over a certain price and reducing the cost of an item..... crazy

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    just got back from there .....minute maid punch/ on sale , plus buy 4 get one free coupon
    knorr sauces ...$1.00 each plus buy 3 get one free coupon
    knorr side kicks $1 each plus buy 3 get one free coupon

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahliagrower View Post
    So sorry to hear that you had such a difficult time....you would think that it would be an automatic coding at the register....I mean Thrifty's have jumped on board with the electronic stuff - allowing us to load points coupons onto our cards without having to clip the coupons..... how hard can it be to programme something in about the bill being over a certain price and reducing the cost of an item..... crazy
    thats what it was supposed to do. Apparently my turkey was the first one all day to not work. Somehow they made me feel like it was my fault.

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