Giant Eagle Deals – 4/24-4/30/08

by Marcy on April 24, 2008 · 0 comments

Here are my favorite Giant Eagle Deals for this week.

Please remember that I am using a Central Ohio ad, and that my local store doubles coupons up to $0.99. Be sure to check your local ad to confirm deals in your area.

* 80% Lean Ground Chuck$1.79/lb

* Weight Watchers Smart Ones Entrees or Desserts – 5/$10; use $1/1 coupon here and get these for $1.75/ea (note: if you also have a Kroger in your area, these are cheaper at Kroger this week)

* Select Kellogg’s Cereals (Raisin Bran, Smart Start, Special K, Special K with Berries & Pop Tarts) – 4/$10 or $2.50/ea. Use $1/1 Raisin Bran coupon and get this for $1.50/ea (print 2)

*Vlasic Squeeze Relish – $1.00/ea – sign up here and get a $1/1 coupon and get this for FREE (thanks to Rebecca for this deal)

* Yoplait Fiber One Yogurt – $2.50/ea; use $1/1 coupon from paper and get these for $1.50/ea

* Keebler Pie Crusts – $2/ea – use $0.30/1 coupon from paper and get these for $1.40/ea

* Chef Boyardee Pasta – $1/ea; use $0.35/3 coupon from paper and get 3 of these for $0.77/ea

* Special K Bars – $2.50/ea; use $0.55/1 coupon from paper and get these for $1.40/ea

* Life Cereal is on sale $2/ea; there were some $1/1 Cinnamon Life printables online awhile back. If you have some of those, you can get these for $1/ea

Some other deals to note:

* Read here to learn how you can get 25 prints for free

* Huggies big boxes of diapers are on sale for $19.99 (54-104 count). There have been $1/1 Huggies coupons in the paper the last couple of weeks. If you have 3 of those, you can get 3 of these for $56.97, mail in the $5 Huggies rebate, and earn Giant Eagle fuel perks at the same time ($0.20/gal if your GE store doubles fuel perks). Not the best diaper sale around, but not bad either if you don’t have time to shop around and are going to GE anyway.

Do you shop at Giant Eagle? If you post about Giant Eagle deals on your blog, or have any additional deals you would like to share, please leave a comment so that we can help each other out.


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