If you are brand new to couponing and just visiting this blog you can start at the Coupons 101 - Overview to get a start on the how to's of couponing.

Always, feel free to contact me at thriftymomincolorado@gmail.com

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Shopping Ahead....Part 1

Just like stockpiling food is a great way to save money, you can shop ahead in other areas of your life to save lots of money too. I always try to shop before it is a necessity for as much as I can to prevent from having to pay outrageous prices because I need it right now.

Part of how I shop I call "Shopping Ahead". I use this strategy for clothing for myself and the kids. I do most of my shopping in regular retail stores and not in thrift stores. I've tried my hand at thrift store shopping and do occasionally find a great deal, but most of the time I leave frustrated or disappointed. I feel like I spend a lot more energy sifting through thrift stores then I do being aware of retail stores schedules and shopping accordingly. I also can get items new for the same cost or less than I can at a thrift store.

For example, most stores clearance out their clothing on a seasonal basis. Once we start getting to January and February, you see many stores marking their winter clothing down in order to make way for their spring and summer wear. I take advantage of these times and stock up for the next year, especially for the kiddos who grow so fast they seem to wear clothes only for one season before moving on to the next size. Remember the Children's Place sale I mentioned here?

This is what I scored for a total of $26.47...
It includes 2 fleece jackets for me. A black fleece jacket with hood, the 2 pink hooded jackets pictured (and one my daughter refused to take off) and the gray winter coat for my son. I shopped online for these so I didn't have to drive anywhere lugging both kids with me. I also had a free shipping code, so didn't have to pay for that either. Total full retail cost for these 7 jackets is $188.45!! Can you believe that? The winter jacket alone was $59.50, which I was able to get for less than $8.50.

Why did I buy 3 of the same jacket for my daughter you may wonder? Since I paid around $2.50 per coat, I figured I could buy one in the next few sizes for her, she won't care or notice that they are the same exact jacket, she'll just be so stinkin' happy that they are pink. Whenever I find a great deal like these jackets, I buy the item in multiple sizes. Usually for me to do this, the item has to be something that isn't too trendy in style and is marked down at least 75%.

Any time I see killer deals at the end of the season, I make sure to stock up. That way I can still get great stuff for us without spending a fortune. You can also take advantage of frequent shopper programs that the stores offer to save even more money in the long run.

I'll do my best to pass along these great sales, so that you can take advantage of them too!

Part 2 of the "Shopping Ahead" strategy to save money to come in the near future.

Lots of Coupons Tomorrow!

Just a quick heads up that it looks like we will be getting 4 inserts (yes I said 4!) in the paper tomorrow. We will be getting the usual Smartsource and Redplum inserts as well as a General Mills insert and a Procter & Gamble insert. It might be a good day to get a few extra newspapers. Here's to hoping for lots of great coupons!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Free movie ticket when you buy select General Mills cereal

Look for these selected and specially marked cereals. If you buy 2, go here and enter in the codes from the boxes to receive a free movie ticket. Click here to find participating theaters. Valid for a ticket up to $12!

I believe you can purchase as many boxes cereal as you would like to get free tickets, meaning there is no limit as to how many codes you can use/redeem. Codes must be entered by June 30, 2010 and tickets will be good for 60 days after you enter codes online.

Pair this promotion with some sales and coupons for these cereals and you've got an awesome deal - cheap cereal and free movie tickets! If you stock up on the cereal, don't enter all your codes online all at once unless you plan to use them all within the next 60 days. Just hang on to the codes and enter them as you'd like to use them as long as it is before the June 30th deadline.

I did a similar emoviecash promotion last year and had no issues using the 2 free tickets I got.

If you are able to find this specially marked cereal, let us know where you did!

(Thanks, SD!)

Free Outback Appetizer with 2 entree purchase!

Go here to sign up for the Outback Rewards program and immediately get access to print out a Free Aussi-Tizer (aka appetizer) with the purchase of any 2 entrees coupon. Enjoy this tasty coupon!

(Thanks, SD!)

100 Albums for $5 each

Amazon has a great deal on some music right now. Go here to browse the list of complete albums that are available for download for only $5 each! Looks like quite a diverse group of albums to select from.

Kids Workshop at The Home Depot

The first Saturday of each month, The Home Depot offers a kids "How-To Workshop" from 9 am - noon. Tomorrow (2/6) they are offering a workshop to build a car display like the one pictured above. These workshops are FREE and lots of fun for parents and kids to do together. What a great project for those little car lovers!

Find you local store here and call for more details if you are interested.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Remember Tomorrow's the day...

If you signed up to be a fan of the Incredible Edible Egg on Facebook from my post here, then tomorrow morning (2/5) make sure to log on to their page on Facebook to see if you are one of the first 30,000 fans to visit and if you are you will be able to print a BOGO dozen eggs coupon.

High Value Chocolate Cheerios Coupon

UPDATE: Chocolate Cheerios are included in the Safeway sale, but Multigrain are not as they do not have the small boxes of them. Also, when you buy four you will get a catalina coupon for $1.50/3. Thanks for the update Carmen!

Cheerios has just released a $1.25/1 coupon for Chocolate Cheerios. Go here (Internet Explorer or Firefox) to print. If you use your back button, you will be able to print 2 copies per computer.

If these are part of the Safeway deal this week, that would make each box $.25. If they aren't part of the sale, it is still a really high value coupon.

If you go to Safeway and find out whether or not they are part of the deal, let us know in the comment section!

(Thanks Carmen & Hip2Save!)

Infant/Toddler Disney PJs for $5.99 Shipped!

The Disney Store at Ebay has a bunch of footed sleepers on sale for $5.99 including shipping. Go here to see what they have available. I've ordered fro them before on Ebay and the products are the same ones you can get in their stores. Just go soon as they tend to sell out quickly!

(Thanks, SD!)

Free Day at the Zoo!

This Sunday, February 7th is a free day at the Denver Zoo. Pack a lunch and bundle up to go see the animals. You can go early in the day and still make it back home in time for the Super Bowl that afternoon. Have fun!

Colorado Mammoth Family Deal

Want something fun to do tomorrow night with the family? Friday, February 5th at 7 pm the Colorado Mammoth are playing the Orlando Titans. You can purchase 4 packs of tickets that include a hot dog and drink for each person here for only $39!! What a fun night out at a great price.

The Limited - $15 off $15 Coupon!

If you like shopping at The Limited, here is a great deal for you. Through February 10th, you can use the coupon here in store to get $15 off a $15 or more purchase. It is also good for $30 off $100 or $50 off of $150 if you want to do more shopping.

(Thanks, SD!)

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Do you love Dave?

The Dave Matthews Band that is. I do - I cannot ever get enough Dave Matthews Band in my life! Right now they are selling 5 songs that were recorded live at their concerts with all proceeds going to help benefit the people of Haiti. It is called the Haiti Relief Project and is $5 for a 5 song download. Go here to get yourself some more Dave Matthews and help the people of Haiti at the same time!

Sprouts Weekly Deals 2/3 - 2/10

UPDATE: I just got back from Sprouts and they have coupons out and stuck to tons of products. My favorite was the $1/2 Lifeway Kefir coupons making it $1.50 each, that is the lowest price I've seen. My kids drink this stuff like it is going out of style, so I will definitely be stocking up. Keep your eyes open when you are shopping at Sprouts!

Sprouts is where I do most of my shopping for produce and meats. They tend to have really great sales and their sales run Wednesday through the following Wednesday. That means if you can get to Sprouts to shop on Wednesdays you get to take advantage of 2 weeks of sales.

They do accept internet printed coupons but do not double any coupons.

This list is not all inclusive, just the best deals I see.

Red or Green Seedless Grapes $.99/lb.
Hot House Tomatoes $.77/lb.

Seedless Oranges $.77/lb.
Bosc or Danjou Pears $.77/lb.
Pinova Apples $.77/lb.

Broccoli Crowns $.77/lb.
Red, Green or Romaine Lettuce $.77 each

Red or Gold Bell Peppers $.77/lb.

Organic Roma Tomatoes (1 lb. bag) $1.99
Organic Braeburn Apples (3 lb. bag) $2.99
Organic Yellow Onions $.69/lb.

Chicken Breast Tenders $1.88/lb. - This is a stock up price!
Sliced Roast Beef $4.77/lb.

Pork Sirloin Chops $1.99/lb.

41-50 count EZ Peel Raw Shrimp $3.99.lb.

USDA Choice Steaks 40% off, prices will vary

Mild Cheddar $2.99/lb.
Lifeway Lowfat & Fat Free Kefir $2

Sprouts Orange Juice $3 for 64 oz.

Sprouts Organic Eggs $3.49/dozen

Pinto Beans $.89/lb.
Virginia Peanuts $1.79/lb.

Chocolate Raisins $2.99/lb.

Hansen's Soda 6 pack $2.50
Sprouts Tortilla Chips $1.50

Sprouts Hot Dog & Hamburger Buns $2
Maria's Salsa BOGO, regularly priced at $3.99 each

Safeway Weekly Deals - 2/3 - 2/9

Safeway has some good deals this week. The ad has tons of store coupons which can be paired with manufacturer coupons for maximum savings. In order to use Safe store coupons, you must purchase at least $10 in your transaction.

5 Day Sale (valid Wednesday - Sunday only):

Campbell's Chunk Soup 4/$5
Use $.50/4 from the 1/24 SS
Cost = $1 each when you buy 4.

Snapple 6 pack $4.99
Use $1/1 from the 1/31 SS
Cost = $3.99 each

Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce $.99
No coupon needed, just a good price.

Coca-Cola 12 packs $2.79
No coupon needed, just a good price.

Nabisco Crackers $2.00
$1/1 from the 1/24 SS or $2/2 printable coupon from here
Cost = $1.00 each
Doritos & Tostitos B2G1 (Buy 2 Get 1 Free) prices will vary

3 Day Sale (valid Friday - Sunday only):

Pepsi or 7-Up 12 packs 3/$6.99 when you buy 3 with in-ad coupon

Johnsonville Bratwurst or Italian Sausage $2.99 with in-ad coupon,
limit 5.
Use $1/2 from the 1/17 SS
Cost = $2.50 each when you buy 2

Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayonnaise $1.99 with in-ad coupon, limit 1.

Breyers Ice Cream $1.99 with in-ad coupon, limit 2.

Other Deals:

Cheerios $1.50 each when you buy 4
Use $.75/1 Printable from Coupons or Smartsource or $1/3 from the 1/3 GM
Cost = As low as $.50 each when you buy 4! GREAT PRICE!!

Ragu Pasta Sauce 4/$5, you don't have to buy 4, they will ring up at $1.25 each
Use $.30/1 from the 1/31 RP
Cost = $.65 each, GREAT PRICE!!

Mission Tortillas Caseras $.99 with in-ad coupon (valid Wed. - Sun. only)
Use $1/1 from the 1/10 SS
Cost = FREE! Limit 10.

Heinz Ketchup $1.49 with in-ad coupon (valid Wed. - Sun. only), limit 2.

Lipton Onion Soup Mix 2/$3, you don't have to buy 2, they will ring up at $1.50 each
Use $.40/1 from the 1/31 RP
Cost = $.70 each

Wholly Guacamole BOGO regular price $4.99
Use $.50/1 from the 1/3 SS or $1/1 from the 1/31 RP, you can use 2 of these coupons
Cost = $1.50 each when you buy 2

Starbucks Ice Cream $2.99
Use $1/1 from the 11/15 RP
Cost = $1.99 each

Reynold's Wrap $2.99
with in-ad coupon, limit 1.
Use $1.25/1 from the 1/31 SS
Cost = $1.74 each

Rosarita Refried Beans $1
Use $.50/2 from the 1/24 SS, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $.50 each when you buy 2


Bone-In New York Strip Steak $4.99/lb. in the extreme value pack
Boneless New York Strip Steak $5.99/lb. in the extreme value pack
Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts $1.99/lb.
Pork Shoulder Blade Roast $.99/lb.

Ball Park Beef Franks BOGO (I don't know this price)
Use $.75/2 from the 1/10 RP
Cost = I'm not sure final price

Hillshire Farms Smoked Sausage BOGO (I don't know this price)
Use $1/2 from the 1/31 RP, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = I'm not sure of final cost

Jimmy Dean Sausage Rolls BOGO regular price $3.99
Use $1/2 from the 1/31 RP, you must buy 2 to use this coupon
Cost = $1.50 each when you buy 2

Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners $.99 with in-ad coupon (valid Wed. - Sun. only), limit 5.

Oscar Mayer Beef Bologna BOGO regular price $4.39
No coupon to use.
Cost = $2.20 each when you buy 2

John Morrell Off the Bone Lunch Meat $2.99
Use B3G1 (Buy three, get one free) from the 1/31 SS
Cost = $2.24 each when you buy 4


Red Seedless Grapes $.99/lb. - good price!
Braeburn Apples $.99/lb.
Red Grapefruit 2 lbs. for $1

Yellow Peaches/Nectarines $$1.99/lb.
2 lb. Baby Carrots $2

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

King Soopers Weekly Deals - 2/3 - 2/9

The Mega Event continues this week. Go here for all of the deals I posted about last week that continue through this week.

I found some new items that are part of the Mega Event, here they are:

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers $1.38
Use $.75/1 Printable coupon here
Cost = $.38 each or better than FREE if you purchase in increments of 10!

Hormel Chili Master Chili $1.29
Use $.50/1 from the 1/24 SS
Cost = .29 each or better than FREE if you purchase in increments of 10!

Rotel Diced Tomatoes $.92
Look for blinkies with $.25/1 in them (these coupons don't double)
Cost = .67 each or .17 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Hunt's Diced Tomatoes $.95
Use $.45/3 from the 1/25 SS (you must buy 3 to use this coupon)
Cost = $.62 each or $.15 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Sargento Cheese $2.20
Use $.50/1 from the 1/3 SS
Cost = $1.20 each or $.70 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough $1.90
Use $1/1 Printable coupon here
Cost = $.90 each or $.40 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Dreyer's Ice Cream $3.27
Use $1/1 from the 1/31 SS
Cost = $2.27 each or $1.77 each if you purchase in increments of 10!

Other deals that aren't part of the Mega Event:

Soft Soap $.88
Use $.40/1 Printable here (you must register first)
Cost = $.08 each!

Colgate Total Toothpaste $1.67
Use $.50/1 from the 1/31 SS or many other recent inserts
Cost = $.67 each!

Johnson's Baby Care $2.99
Use $1/1 from the 1/3 RP
Cost = $1.99

Nature Made Vitamins prices will vary
Use $3/1 Cholestoff or CoQ10 or $1/1 any from the 1/31 SS
Cost = will vary

Pepsi/7 Up 12 packs 4/$12
No coupon to use but if you purchase 4 you will get a $2 discount
Cost = 4/$10 or $2.50 each if you purchase 4.

Heinz Ketchup $1.59
No coupon, just a pretty good price.

Avocados 2 for $1
Mangoes 2 for $1

Starfruit 2 for $1
Cantaloupe 2 lbs. for $1

Baby Carrots 1 lb. BOGO $.99 for 2

Seedless Oranges 8 lbs. for $3.99

Frozen Chicken Breasts or Chicken Tenders sold in a 3 lb. bag $5.07, equal to $1.69/lb. GREAT PRICE!! Thanks anonymous!
Bone-In Ribeye Steaks $4.99/lb.
93% Lean Ground Beef $1.99/lb.
Country Style Pork Ribs $1.49/lb.
Pork Spare Ribs $1.99/lb.
Baby Back Pork Ribs $2.99/lb.
Deli Chicken Wings $.29 each
King Soopers Bratwurst and Italian Sausage BOGO regularly $2.99/lb, so it would be equal to $1.50/lb with the BOGO sale.
Hillshire Farms Smoked Sausage BOGO 2 for $4.49
Use $1/2 from the 1/31 RP, cost each is $1.75 when you buy 2!

Again, this list is not all inclusive - just the best deals I see. If you find any other great deals, let me know and I'll add them to the list!

Children's Museum - Free Night Tonight!

Today is the free day for the Children's Museum of Denver sponsored by Target. Head on over there between 4 pm - 8 pm for some free fun. This happens the first Tuesday of every month between 4 pm - 8 pm.

Sign up for a BOGO dozen egg coupon

On Friday, 2/5 on Facebook fans of the Incredible Edible Egg will have a chance to receive a BOGO dozen eggs coupon. First, you need to go here to sign up to be a fan. Then this Friday you need to visit their page and click on the 'Free Eggs' tab and if you are one of the first 30,000 people to do so, you will be able to get the coupon.

Egg coupons don't come around often, so this is a pretty nice opportunity to get some free eggs.

New Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Coupon

There is a GREAT new printable out for goldfish crackers. Go here and scroll to the bottom of the page to get at $.75/1 off any goldfish cracker coupon. If you are heading to King Soopers today to take advantage of the last day of the sale this week, this coupon will make for FREE goldfish crackers, or pretty cheap anywhere else.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Discount Magazine Subscriptions

Best Deal Magazines offers discount magazine subscriptions. You can look through $4.69 subscriptions (usually for 1 year) to find the best deals or browse by category. I was excited to see both Family Fun and Family Circle included in the $4.69/year category. If you find some you like, use code PXCJ131 at check out to receive an additional 15% off. I have used them before and had no problems, they just take a little longer to start sending the subscriptions since they are a third party.

New Printable Coupons

At the start of every new month, the printable coupon websites restock the coupons they have available. It is a good idea to make it a habit to go there at the start of the month to check for coupons that you might be interested in printing. I suggested printing the ones you want right away because some of them run out of prints and aren't available very long, especially for items that go on sale frequently.

My favorite ones are:

Coupons - $.50/1 Green Giant Steamers that can be paired with King Soopers mega sale through Tuesday to get some cheap frozen veggies
$.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios - will make for some cheap cereal when it goes on sale

Redplum - $.50/1 Newman's Own product, good any any
$.65/2 C & H Sugars 2 lbs. or larger - these don't come out that often

Smartsource - has the same $.50/1 Green Giant Steamers and $.75/1 Multigrain Cheerios coupons that can be printed again from here.
$75/1 Any of the following Cheerios: Frosted, Apple Cinnamon, Banana Nut, Fruity, Chocolate, Plain, Oat Cluster Crunch, Yogurt Burst or Berry Burst

There are tons more to choose from.

Remember, you should be able to print each coupon twice by using your back button or going back through the main page a re-selecting them to print.

Walgreens Tips

A couple of quick things I like to do when shopping at Walgreens. I always like to write my plan down when I'm going to do several transactions with coupons. It prevents me from getting confused when I'm in the store and messing any of them up. I write down what I plan to buy and what coupons I will be using, sometimes I even write down approximate cost so I know what is going to happen in each transaction.

Before I get to the register, I like to get everything in order. I group together the items I intend to buy together for each transaction and get my coupons organized. This prevents me from mixing things up or getting flustered when people are behind me in line. If a line starts to form behind me and I plan on doing a few transactions, I tell the cashier to take care of the other people so that I don't hold up the line. My whole goal is to remain as low key and low maintenance as possible. If you plan to shop at the same store a lot, then you don't want to be thought of as the high maintenance couponer!

I also like to write on the RRs I receive which product they are from. It keeps me from accidentally using the wrong one on a purchase and then not receiving a new one. Also, when I have multiple RRs waiting to be spent, I put them in order from the ones expiring soonest on top to the later ones, to try and prevent me from letting one expire and wasting my money.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Walgreens Weekly Deals 1/31 - 2/06

UPDATE: It looks like the Scalpicin coupons expired on 2/1, so you won't want to print and try to use those the rest of the week.

A couple of notes since this is the first Walgreens post. Walgreens doesn't double coupons but every store I have shopped at takes internet printed coupons. I will list all of the best deals I see, but the list is not all inclusive. I will try to explain some scenarios when applicable to "roll" your Register Rewards (RRs) to get more products with as little money out of pocket as possible.

The idea of "rolling" RRs is using a RR from one purchase to get another product and still get a RR. You cannot use the same RR over and over, for example this week you cannot use the Vitamin Lip Care RR to buy another Vitamin Lip Care RR and receive another RR. As long as the products do not have the same manufacturer, you can use it to buy another product and still get a new RR.

Register Rewards are considered manufacturer coupons and at Walgreens you need to have more items than manufacturer coupons in a transaction, so we will be using "fillers" cheap items to be able to use all of our coupons. This week I'll be using the $.29 Russell Stover Valentine's candy, but feel free to use any thing cheap that you would like. Also, your purchase before taxes has to be more than the RR is for or the register won't accept the RR.

Here are the best deals:

Blink Tears, .34 or .5 oz. $7.99
Use $2/1 coupon found in 1/31 RP or Printable coupon here (must sign in first) or keep an eye out for peelies as I saw a few on products at the store today.
Spend $5.99 - $7.99, get $8 RR = Free after RR or up to $2 money maker!

Scalpicin Medicated Wipes, 12 pack $5.99
$1/1 printable coupon here (this coupon only prints when using Internet Explorer)
Spend $4.99 - $5.99, get $6 RR = Free after RR or $1 money maker!

Joint Juice 30 count, .25 oz. each drink mix $10
No coupons to use for this one but receive a $10 RR good on your next purchase.
Spend $10, get $10 RR = Free after RR!

Zicam Cold Sore Swabs, 10 count $10
Use $3/1 coupon found on package
Spend $7, get $7 RR = Free after RR!

Vitamin Schtick Lip Care, .14 oz. $1.99
No coupons to use for this one but receive a $2 RR good on your next purchase.
Spend $1.99, get $2 RR = Free after RR!

Russell Stover Valentine Candy, .87 to 1.25 oz. $.29 each
Limit 6 per transaction.
No coupon needed, just a great filler item when putting together scenarios this week.

This is an awesome week to start shopping Walgreens RR deals.

This is how I would start, I usually do at most 3 transactions per trip to the store to try to not be too big of a pain. That usually means that on a week like this week, I make several trips to the store throughout the week.

Transaction #1:
Vitamin Schtick Lip Care, $1.99
No coupons to use.
Spend $1.99 plus tax get, $2 RR

Transaction #2:
Scalipicin Medicated Wipes, $5.99
Russell Stover Candy, $.29 (we need a filler since will be using a RR and a coupon, so we need 2 items)
Use $1/1 Printable Coupon linked to above and $2 RR from Vitamin Lip Care
Spend $3.28 plus tax, get $6 RR
Transaction #3:
Zicam Cold Sore Swabs $10
Russell Stover Candy, $.29 (again, we need a filler)
Use $3/1 peelie found on product and $6 RR from Scalpicin Wipes
Spend $1.29 plus tax, get $7 RR

Transaction #4:
Blink Tears, $7.99
Vitamin Schtick Lip Care, $1.99
Use $2/1 coupon from 1/31 RP and $7 RR Zicam RR
Spend $.98 plus tax, get $8 RR for Blink Tears and $2 RR for Vitamin Lip Care

Transaction #5:
Joint Juice, $10
Russell Stover Candy, $.29 (again, we need a filler)
Use $8 RR for Blink Tears and $2 RR for Vitamin Lip Care
Spend $.29 plus tax. get $10 RR

You now have a $10 RR from Joint Juice that you can use to buy other RR deals or anything you would like as long as your total is $10 or more!

Repeat as many times as you wish.

If you did the above transactions I listed out, you will end up with:
2 Vitamin Lip Cares
1 Scalpicin Wipes
1 Zicam Cold Sore Treatment
1 Blink Tears
1 Joint Juice Drink Mix
3 Russell Stover Candy
$10 RR to use on whatever you'd like
all for only $7.83 out of pocket plus tax (they charge tax on before coupon prices)!

There are plenty of other good deals to be had this week, but I wanted to start smaller and not overwhelm you too much.

Also, while you're doing all of your Walgreens shopping this week, keep your eyes open for this book...
It is the Walgreens coupon book for the month of February with tons of Walgreens store coupons in it that you can stack with manufacturer coupons. They are free to pick up and can be found throughout the store, sometimes up by the registers, sometimes on endcaps, it really varies by location where they are found, so keep a lookout for them.

Let me know how your Walgreens deals go - Happy Shopping!

Brown Cow Yogurt - as low as $.33/each

This week (through Tuesday) Whole Foods has single cup Brown Cow yogurt on sale for $2/1, which is a great price by itself since it is usually $.99 each. There is a printable coupon here for $.50/3 that you can print one time to get three of these yogurts for $1 or $.33 each - that is the lowest price I've ever seen on these!

Also, while at Whole Foods look for this booklet...
These are usually on a display right inside the front door near the carts before you actually get into the store itself. It is filled with over $40 of store coupons good only at Whole Foods. It is a booklet that comes out every 2 months, so this one is good through February and is a great money saving resource. I called Whole Foods in Westminster and asked about being able to "stack" these store coupons with manufacturer coupons and was told it is allowed, but I haven't tried it yet.