Sunday, July 24, 2011

Randalls: FREE Nesquik, Coffee, Mac & Cheese!

Here are a few things I picked up at Randalls today. Some of these are regular priced, some are from the weekly sales ad, and a few are part of the 4 day sale that runs through tomorrow. I broke up my purchases into 2 transactions at 2 stores to make the most of doubles. My Randalls store only doubles the first "like" coupon -- doubles up to $0.50 and triples up to $0.39.

Powdered Nesquik Pouch 3.9 oz. @ $0.99 (reg. price)
- .50/1 coupon from the 6/5 RP (doubles)
Final Cost: FREE!!

Seattle's Best Coffee Drinks 9.5 oz. @ $1.69 (reg. price)
- FREE coupon from the 6/5 SS
Final Cost: FREE!!

FRI 7/22 - MON 7/25

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 7.25 oz. @ $0.75
- .25/1 coupon from the Fiesta Booklet (triples)
Final Cost: FREE!!

Safeway Chunk Light Tuna 5 oz. @ $0.59
- .30/1 coupon from KHOU11 Hurricane Guide
Final Cost: $0.29!!
**I found these Hurricane guides with tracking maps and Randalls store coupons in a display at my local Randalls store a month or so ago. They might still have them up! Coupons are one per customer and do not triple.

Lastly, Pillsbury Brownies are part of this week's Buy 4 Save $4 sale. So when you buy 4 (or more) boxes, you'll save $1 per box, making them just $0.99 each. Pair this price with a coupon for a great deal. Here's how it works...

4 Pillsbury Family Size Brownie Mixes @ $0.99 each
- 4) .40/1 coupons from the 6/12 RP (1st will double)
Final Cost: $0.49 each!

So in the end, I snagged 8 boxes of brownies, 2 Nesquik pouches, 2 cans of tuna, 2 boxes of mac & cheese, and 6 cans of coffee for just $2.25 per transaction. That's 20 items for $4.50 -- an average of $0.23 per item. Pretty good!


  1. I have a question-what exactly is Randall's policy on doubling and tripling coupons? How many coupons will the double of triple in one transaction and how many of the same coupon will they double or triple? Thanks!

  2. Hi Jeanette! Here's a link to the official coupon policy:

    Here's how it works at my local Randalls. They will triple up to $0.39 and double up to $0.50. They will allow you to use as many "like" coupons in a transaction as you want, but will only double/triple the FIRST "like" coupon. So if you have five coupons for .50 off, the first one scanned will double for a total discount of $1 off and the other 4 will scan at face value - .50 each!

    As far as I know, there's not a limit to how many coupons you can double/triple in a transaction -- but again, only 1 "like" per transaction. So if you have 2 of the same coupon that you'd like to double, you'll need to do 2 transactions. I hope that helped answer your question! :D

  3. Yes it does! Thanks so much :)