Friday, January 22, 2010

Value Center: 4 FREE Items, $0.30 Eggland's Best 18 ct Eggs + more

Stephanie emailed to share these additional deals she found today (Jan 22) in store at the 16/Harper location of Value Center Marketplace. They may also be valid at other locations, though it hasn't been confirmed. Thanks, Stephanie!

$0.50 Old El Paso Heat n Serve Black Beans

-$0.50/1 printable coupon (print 2 per computer)
FREE with coupon - great charity donation!

$1.00 Red Baron Pizza Singles
-$1.00/1 printable coupon (print 2 per computer)
FREE with coupon

$1.00 Jimmy Dean Maple or Sage Sausage Roll, 16 oz
-$1.00/1 printable coupon (when you become a Facebook fan)
FREE after coupon

$1.00 John Morrell Off the Bone Turkey Lunchmeat, 8-9 oz reusable tub
-$1.00/1 coupon (from 11-1 SS, expires 1-31)
FREE after coupon

$1.00 Eggland Best Eggs, 18 count
-$0.35/1 coupon (from 11-1 SS)
$0.30 after coupon

$1.00 Pillsbury Savorings - Buffalo Wings and Spinach
-$0.55/1 printable coupon
$0.45 after coupon

$1.00 Starkist Seasations Tuna Fillets, 2 per package (frozen)

$1.00 Kraft Cool Whip

$1.99 A'Shores Fish Sticks
(44 count)

View the rest of this week's Value Center deals here.


  1. Sorry, I missed one earlier...the Pillsbury Savorings (buffalo wings and spinach) are also 1.00 a box there is a .55 coupon on :)

  2. I will say that the listing of John Morrell "reusable" tub is laughable. I've found the plastic on the tub incredibly frail and I bought two of them. One of them has cracks that haven't busted out, but the other one did. We're having to store the meat in a different plastic bag to prevent dry-out.

  3. That's interesting! We have a number of these that we use for different purposes and frequently send them thru the dishwasher without a problem.

  4. I wish mine would go bad so I wouldn't feel bad recycling it is I keep stacking them up...I can mail ya some Chris !

    The Hillshire farms ham (whole or half) is also .99lb, I bought a 5lb ham, had a bag of potato I had bought for a dollar the week before, 1lb bag of carrots (1.00) and a head of cabbage (1.00) dropped it all in a big pot of boiling water and taaadaaa...great dinner ..(the ham was so good I went back right after dinner and bought another one to freeze!)
    so for $8 I fed a family of 5...with enough left over to do it again in a day or two so 10 meals for $8...thats a bargain!


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