Copps/Pick ‘n Save Matchups: Double Daze March 6 & 9, 2013

March 3, 2013 by
Filed under: Coupons, Grocery 

Here are this weeks sales and match-up at Green Bay area Copps and Pick ‘n Save stores.

If you are new to shopping Copps, these are the basics:

  • Double Daze on Wednesdays and Saturdays (Saturdays through March 30, 2013): Double up to five (5) Coupons with $1.00 or less face value.
  • You must have a Roundys loyalty card to get the deal; if you forgot yours, the cashier can look it up by phone number.
  • Must have $25 pre-coupon total to double. If they don’t double, add a gift card to your total.
  • You can use store and manufacturer coupon together
  • You can usually roll Catalina deals, meaning if you receive a Catalina coupon on your first transaction (i.e. milk coupon), you can use them on your second transaction which contains milk.
  • Rain Checks expire in 2 weeks.

For the complete sales match-ups, head over to Creative Couponing.

  • $1/4 Buddig & Company Original Product, exp. 4/30/13 (RP 01/27/13 R)
  • $1/4 Buddig Original, exp. 3/31/13 (SS 12/09/12 R)
  • Buddig $1/5 2oz Original or 1.6oz Snack Buds packages  3/03 SS (exp.5/31)

Green Giant Seasoned Steamers- $1.67

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2 Comments on Copps/Pick ‘n Save Matchups: Double Daze March 6 & 9, 2013

  1. Tammy on Thu, 7th Mar 2013 6:27 am
  2. I don’t understand how coupon extreming can work, I thought most stores don’t allow printable coupons? Also don’t coupons say on them “one copuon per customer per visit” ? Also when I’ve compared printable coupons to the ones I get out of the newspaper, they sometimes look identical, are they and if so does this matter? Do you shop with these coupons yourself? Do you ever find any stores over another that are more coupon friendly? Sorry, I’ve just never understood but would love to learn more!

  3. The Bargain Sleuth on Thu, 7th Mar 2013 6:54 am
  4. Tammy, I suggest you try to attend one of my NOT-so-Extreme Couponing classes cuz all that information is covered! I can say that around here, you will not get the same results as what you see on TV, basically because that “reality” TV show is staged in many cases.

    For now,
    1. Most stores in the Green Bay area DO allow internet printables. Each store has their own restrictions and limits. I have a link on our home page for the coupon policies for most of the big stores in our area. It’s under “Popular Posts”.
    2. Some coupons now have restrictions on them such as “only four like items may be purchased in one transaction” to prevent shelf-clearers like you see on TV.
    3. Internet Printables are considered a different coupon if you have the same one from the newspaper.
    4. I shop with internet coupons more often than I shop with printed coupons, so yes, I use them!
    5. IMO, there is no one store that is more coupon-friendly than the other if you know their coupon policies and follow them ( I also suggest you carry them with you when you shop in a particular store). I would say that there are some stores where the cashiers don’t seem to be trained as well and don’t understand their own policies which is where most trouble seems to occur.

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