Giant Eagle Weekly Ad Deals: 6/9-6/15/11

by Jennifer on June 8, 2011 · 20 comments

giant eagle deals sale coupons Here is a list of the best deals that I see this week at Giant Eagle. Please note that coupons up to $0.99/ea are doubled at my store. Be sure to check your local ad to confirm deals and the coupon doubling policy in your area.

NOTE: Find more information about shopping at Giant Eagle, including information about eCoupons and Giant Eagle Monthly/Catalina deals on my new Giant Eagle Resources/FAQs page here.

GROCERY

Lean Cuisine Entrees – $2.50/ea
Use $2.25/4 Lean Cuisine Varieties
Use $1/4 Lean Cuisine Product 5/1/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/7/2011)
Final Price = $1.94-$2.25/ea

Turkey Hill Ice Cream (1.5 qt) – $3.33/ea
Use $1/1 Turkey Hill Natural Ice Cream 4/7/2011 Cooking Light Apr 2011 (exp 6/30/2011)
Use $1/1 Turkey Hill Ice Cream 5/10/2011 Cooking Light, Jun 2011 (exp 9/1/2011)
Final Price = $2.33/ea

Kellogg’s Cereal Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size (18 oz) or Apple Jacks (12.2 oz) – $2.50/ea
Use $1/2 Kellogg’s Cereals 6/5/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/17/2011)
Use $1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats or Raisin Bran 5/15/2011 RP Insert (exp 6/26/2011)
Final Price = $2/ea

Sargento Shredded Cheese (8 oz) – $2/ea

Powerade or Powerade Zero (32 oz) – $0.67/ea when you buy 15, less quantities are $1/ea

Pepsi or Mountain Dew (24 pk cans) – $5.50/ea when you buy 2, less quantities are $6.50/ea

Frito Lay’s Baked Chips or Ruffles – $3/ea

Nabisco Chips AHoy!, Ritz Crackerfuls or Teddy Grahams – $2.50/ea
Use $1.50/1 Ritz Crackerfuls Filled Crackers 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/10/2011)
Use $1/1 Ritz Crackerfuls Filled Crackers 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/10/2011)
Final Price = $1-$1.50/ea

Sunshine Cheez-Its or Keebler Townhouse or Club Crackers – $2.50/ea
Use $0.70/1 Sunshine Cheez-It Colby Baked Crackers
Use $1/2 Keebler Club Crackers
Use $1/2 Keebler Townhouse Crackers
Final Price = $1.10-$2/ea

Quaker Rice Snacks (3.03-3.52 oz) – $1.66/ea

Orville Redenbacher’s Micrwave Popcorn (3 or 4 pk) – B1G1
Use $1/2 Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Up Bowl 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/15/2011)
Use $1/1 Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Up Bowls 3/21/2011 All You Apr 2011 (exp 7/1/2011)
Use $0.55/1 Orville Redenbacher’s Gourmet Popping Corn Po 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/15/2011)

Lipton Brisk (12 pk cans) or Doritos – $3/ea

Thomas’ Bagels – $3/ea

Eight O’Clock Coffee (33 or 36 oz) – $9.99/ea
Use $2/2 Eight O’Clock Coffee
Use $1/1 Eight O’Clock Coffee
Final Price = $8.99/ea

Post Cereal Fruity Pebbles (11 oz) or Raisin Bran (20 oz) – $2/ea

Fiber One 90 Calorie Bars or Brownies – $3/ea
Get $2 off your next shopping trip when you buy 4 in a single transaction.
Use $0.75/1 Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownie
Use $0.50/2 Fiber One Bars 5/22/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/16/2011)
Final Price = $1.50-$2.50/ea

Starbucks Coffee (11 or 12 oz) – $7.49/ea
Use $1.50/1 Starbucks Coffee 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
Final Price = $5.99/ea

Nature’s Pride Bread or Hostess Dunkies – $@.50/ea

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars – $2.50/ea

Chex Snack Mix or Bugles (6-8.75 oz) – $2/ea
Use $0.50/2 Chex Mix or Chex 100 Calorie Snacks 6/12/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/6/2011)
Use $1/2 Chex Mix or Chex 100 Calorie Snack 5/1/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/25/2011)
Final Price = $1.50/ea

Propel Powder Packets (10 ct) – $3/ea

Gatorade (8 pk) – $5/ea

Twizzlers (11-16 oz) – $1.25/ea when you buy 4, less quantities are $2/ea

Vlasic Pickles (16-24 oz) – $2.50/ea
Use $0.55/1 Vlasic Pickles Peppers or Relish
Final Price = $1.40/ea

Prego Pasta Sauce (24 oz) – $2/ea

Lawry’s Marinade (12 oz) – $2/ea
Use $0.50/1 Lawry’s Marinade 5/15/2011 RP Insert (exp 6/19/2011)
Final Price = $1/ea

Jif Peanut Butter (17.3-18 oz), Smuckers’ Spread (12 oz) or Simply Fruit (10 oz) – $2.50/ea
Use $1/2 Smucker’s Jam, Jelly , Preserves or fruit 5/22/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/30/2011)
Final Price = $2/ea

Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta or Microwave Bowls – $1/ea

Hunt’s Snack Pack (4 pk) – $1/ea

Kraft Shapes or Easy Mac or Velveeta Cups – $1/ea

Mott’s Apple Sauce (48 oz jars or 6 pk cups ) – $2/ea

Mrs. Fields Cookies (8 or 10 oz) – $3/ea

Planters Cashew Halves or Mixed Nuts (6-11.5 oz) – $3/ea

Oscar Mayer Beef Bologna (12 oz) – B1G1

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel – $2/ea when you buy 4, less quantities are $2.50/ea
Use $0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries 5/22/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/13/2011)
Final Price = $1.50/ea wyb 4

Dannon Activia or Light & fit (4 pk) or Danimals Crush cups or Drinks (6 pk) – $2/ea
Get a FREE gallon of Giant Eagle White Milk when you buy 4.
Use $1/1 Dannon Danimals Product 6/5/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/31/2011)
Use $1/2 Activia 6/5/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/31/2011)
Final Price = $1-$1.50/ea

Kashi Go Lean or Heart to Heart Cereal – $3/ea
Use $1/1 Kashi GOLEAN Cereals 6/1/2011 Kashi Booklet
Final Price = $2/ea

Kashi Honey Sunshine Cereal – $2.50/ea

Kashi TLC Granola Bars – $3/ea
Use $1/1 Kashi TLC bars 6/1/2011 Kashi Booklet
Final Price = $2/ea

Vitaminwater or Vitaminwater Zero or Smartwater – $1/ea

Simply Orange, Apple or Grapefruit or Minute Maid Enhanced Juice (59 oz) – $3/ea

Bailey’s Coffee Creamer (32 oz) – $2.50/ea
Use $1/1 Bailey’s Coffee Creamer 5/15/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/12/2011)
Final Price = $1.50/ea

Yoplait Splitz, Fiber One or Trix Multipacks – $2/ea
Use $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, or Splitz Yogurt
Use $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, or Splitz Yogurt
Use $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt or Trix Multipack 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/11/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Yoplait Fiber One Multipacks 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/11/2011)
Final Price = $1-$1.25/ea

Rosetto Pasta (18-25 oz) or Rosina Meatballs (12 oz) – $3/ea
Use $1.50/2 Rosetto Frozen Pasta (IE) Printable (FF)
Final Price = $2.25/ea

DiGiorno or California Pizza Kitchen Small Pizzas – $2.50/ea when you buy 4, less quantities are $3/ea
Use $1/1 Digiorno Small Cheese Stuffed Crust 5/1/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
Final Price = $1.50/ea wyb 4

On-Cor Traditionals (28 oz) – $2.50/ea

Hanover Gold or Silver Line Vegetables (8-16 oz) – $1.66/ea
Use $1/2 Hanover Gold or Silver Line Frozen Vegetables
Final Price = $1.16/ea

Ben & Jerry’s or Starbucks Ice Cream (16 oz) – $3.33/ea
Use $1/1 Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream 6/12/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/10/2011)
Use $1/1 Starbucks Ice Cream pints 5/22/2011 RP Insert (exp 6/19/2011)
Use $0.75/1 Starbucks Ice Cream Pints
Final Price = $1.83-$2.33/ea

Tyson Boxed Chicken (10-13.25 oz) – $3/ea

Freschetta Pizza – $6/ea
Use $1/1 Freschetta Multi-Serve Pizza 4/10/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
Final Price = $5/ea

Hot or Lean Pockets – $2.50/ea
Use $0.50/3 Lean Pockets Brand Stuffed Sandwiches
Final Price = $2.17/ea

Skinny Cow Bars, Cones or Sandwiches (4 or 6 ct) – $4/ea

Zatarain’s Pasta Dinner Mixes – $2/ea

Gerber Graduates Meals or Snacks – $2/ea

Clif, Luna, Mojo or Clif Builder Bar – $1/ea
Use $0.50/1 Luna Bar 5/22/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/31/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Luna Protein Bar
Final Price = FREE

PERSONAL CARE

Bayer Advanced (20 or 24 ct) – $2.99/ea
Use $1/1 coupon on package
Use $1.75/1 Bayer Advanced Aspirin
$1.50/1 Bayer Advanced Aspirin Product
Plus
Use $1/1 Bayer Aspirin e-Offers
Final Price = $0.24-$0.99/ea
*Look for a rebate for Bayer Aspirin in Sunday’s coupon insert

Colgate Toothpaste (6.4 oz) or Wave or Professional Toothbrushes or Wisp – $1.50/ea
Use $1/1 Colgate Toothpaste 6/5/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/25/2011)
Use $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste 6/5/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/25/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Colgate Wisp
Use $0.75/1 Colgate Toothbrushes 6/5/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/25/2011)
Final Price = FREE-$0.50/ea

Huggies Little Swimmers (10-12 ct) – $6.99/ea
Use $2/1 Huggies Little Swimmers 5/15/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/11/2011)
Final Price = $4.99/ea

Bic Comfort 3 Advance, Hybrid, Flex 3 or Flex 4 Disposables – $3.99/ea
Use $3/1 Bic Razors 6/5/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/17/2011)
Final Price = $0.99/ea

Natural Instincts or Nice’n Easy Gray Solutions – $5.99/ea
Use $2/1 Natural Instincts Hair Color Product 6/12/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/31/2011)
Use $1/1 Nice N Easy Hair Color 6/5/2011 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2011)
Plus
Use $1/1 Nice n Easy Hair Color e-Offers
Final Price = $3.99/ea

HOUSEHOLD

Angel Soft Bath Tissue (18 rl) or Sparkle Paper Towels (8 rl) – $7.99/ea
Earn a BONUS $0.20 off per gallon of fuel when you buy 2 in a single transaction.
Use $0.50/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue 5/15/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/15/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue
Final Price = $6.99/ea

Lysol Cleaners, Triggers or Aerosols (22-40 oz) or Disinfecting Wipes (35 ct) – $2/ea
Use $1/1 Lysol all Purpose or Kitchen Cleaners
Use $1/2 Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Trigger 6/12/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/12/2011)
Use $1/2 Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 6/12/2011 SS Insert (exp 7/12/2011)
Final Price = $1-$1.50/ea

Kleenex Family Size Facial Tissues (170-260 ct) – $2/ea

Purex Liquid Laundry Detergent (32 ld or 50 oz) or Zout Triple Enzyme Trigger (22 oz) – $2.49/ea
Use $1/1 Purex Laundry Detergent 5/1/2011 RP Insert (exp 6/12/2011)
Use $1/1 Purex Complete with Zout 5/18/2011 Home Mailer (exp 12/31/2012)
Final Price = $1.49/ea

Enegizer Max Batteries AAA or AA (8 pk) – 25% off

What did I miss? Please feel free to leave a comment sharing any deals you find at Giant Eagle this week!


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1 kathry June 9, 2011 at 9:53 AM

Bayer Advanced is on sale for 2.99. There’s a $2/1 coupon..making it .99c. There’s also a rebate form for $3 purchase. So you can use $2/1, making one .99c. Then you can purchase 2 more and use the $1/1 coupon that’s on the Bayer Advanced product. Your total purchase would be 4.97. Fill out the rebate, and you get all three boxes for .97cents

2 Jennifer June 9, 2011 at 11:16 AM

Thanks Kathry, what a great deal!

3 Sarah June 9, 2011 at 2:42 PM

Is that rebate form the one mentioned above that will be in the Sunday coupon insert, or does it print out after your purchase (catalina)?

4 Darla June 9, 2011 at 4:14 PM

what is the SS insert and where do I find it? When using an e-coupon, is that limited to one of that purchase or can you buy several at that discount price?

5 Jennifer June 9, 2011 at 6:04 PM

Darla, SS insert means Smart Source insert. There are usually 3 types of inserts that come in the Sunday paper – Smart Source, Red Plum and Proctor & Gamble.

As for the e-offers – these do not double and you can use 1 only.

Sara, I am not sure which rebate form Kathry is talking about, but I am assuming it is from Sunday’s paper.

6 Tiffany June 9, 2011 at 6:20 PM

Darla- I was wondering the same thing. The last 2 times I’ve shopped at GE I have only gotten the e coupon taken off once (even when I’ve purchased multiples of a product). Does anyone know if that is correct?

7 Katie June 9, 2011 at 10:33 PM

Hey! The May, All You magazine has a coupon for $.55/1 Sargento shredded cheese, making them $.90 after doubling. (page 160)

Also, where did you see that there was free milk wyb 4 Danimal yogarts? I was at GE today and purchased 12 Danimals and there was no free milk. Was this something I needed to register for on their website?

8 kara June 10, 2011 at 12:16 AM

i got the bayer asprin for free. i used my eoffer for $1 off then the $1 coupon on the package and they took my $1 printed coupon! another deal i got was for the rhodes rolls they had them clearanced down to $1.49 and i had a .75 coupon which doubled so i got them for free! also the tic tacs are $1 each and with the .75 coupon in the insert i got them for free because once again my coupon was doubled! dial body was $3 and with $2 coupon from insert i got them for $1. gillette body wash bogo coupon in insert plus $2 eoffer makes it $1.99 for both! we had a great shopping trip today! :)

9 Jennifer June 10, 2011 at 9:17 AM

Hi Kathie, according to the ad, the milk is free instantly, not a catalina for a future purchase, which is what they sometimes do. Did you purchase Giant Eagle white milk along with the danimals? Plus, I would do each set separately to make sure to get the free milk, sometimes GE doesn’t allow you to do multiples of a deal in the same transaction. Check your ad, if it is in there, head back, to customer service to get your free milk.

Kara, way to go on your great shopping trip!

10 katie June 10, 2011 at 10:44 AM

THe rebate for the Bayer was in the SS insert:)

11 Dianne June 10, 2011 at 2:15 PM

I also got the aspirin free i used the e offer, $2 coupon, and the coupon the the box which actually got me $4 off the $2.99 aspirin :-D Also the colgate toothpaste is on sale 2/$3 and the coupon in ss is $.75 (doubled at my GE) and I also had one, from i think the same place as the $2 aspirin one, that was $1.50 off the toothpaste which makes the 2 tubes FREE!

12 Carrie June 12, 2011 at 12:52 PM

Just wanted to say thanks so much for posting these!

13 kristina June 13, 2011 at 6:40 PM

hey – used the .75 cent tic tac coupon in 6/12 SS/RP and GE has them on sale for 10/1 (but you can buy more for just $1 ea). You can actually use just 12 coupons for the same discount – so i used 12 and got 12 tic tacs for free w/coupon doubling. They do not allow overages – but free is good!.

Also – they have their Dial bath soap on sale for just $3 – and you can use the $2 coupon in 6/12 SS/RP to get them for $1. Again – their policy states max 12 so I bought 12 =) CLEAN YEAR hahahah

14 richmom4 June 14, 2011 at 2:57 PM

I love these blogs!!!!! I have 4 kids and work part time, so i have absolutely no time to check all the ads and match my coupons. Also I’m new to couponing, but am convinced that if I can find some good advice on keeping up with it that I will be able to save my family ALOT of money!Thanks so much for all the help already!

15 laura June 14, 2011 at 4:03 PM

Foodperks: I think this must be a change, although I haven’t checked their policy yet. When I used to use my foodperks at 20%, I would make sure my orer was $300+ so I could get the entire $60 off my purchase, and then they would take my coupons off. Today my order was $311, so I used my 20% foodperks, then they took off my coupons. At the end of my order it went down to around $113, the computer was busy working and then all of the sudden, my total started going up, it went up to $164 at one point. I said what’s going on. The cashier said that the computer was adjusting my total spend AFTER coupons. I said that’s not how it was before. She was very nice and offered to hold my order [or suspend my order] so I could go to customer service and get the foodperks put back on. I said no and proceeded to pay. The balance went down again but only to $123. My receipt shows only $28.92 in foodperks was used [or 20% of my total after coupons]. I was a bit disappointed.

Also, my milk did not automatically come off. It took off $1.75 twice [I did buy 8 danimals], but then she had to adjust for the full price of the milk which was $2.79.

When all was said and done, I did save over 60% with coupons, in-store specials and the foodperks, but was very disappointed with the foodperks issues.

16 tmccallen June 14, 2011 at 10:44 PM

Just to clarify, Giant Eagle lets you stack e-coupons with manufacturer’s coupons?

17 Marcy June 14, 2011 at 10:57 PM

As of now, yes that is correct – you can stack the GE ecoupons and manufacturer’s coupons. That is not normally the case at most stores.

18 Jennifer June 15, 2011 at 9:05 AM

Laura, to my knowledge they have always taken the food perks off after coupons, so I am not sure on your totals before and your totals now. As for the milk/danimals deal – it wasn’t working when I shopped on Sunday either. I had to say something and the head cashier came over and stated matter of factly that the milk deal wasn’t working in the system and would have to be input manually. After looking at my receipt though, $3.75 had come off after they scanned all my danimals and I have no idea what that was for. But they credited the full amount of the milk. You definitely have to watch as they check out, I am finding more and more mistakes.

19 Desiree June 15, 2011 at 7:17 PM

For all of the contact lens wearers: Bausch and Lamb Renu Twin Pack is priced at 10.99 this week and there was a $4.00 off coupon in the Sunday paper which brings it down to 6.99. The single pack of Renu is $7.99 and there was a $2.00 off coupon in the paper for that which brings that down to $5.99. So as you can see, the twin pack is only $1 more and is the better deal!

20 laura June 16, 2011 at 9:35 AM

Jennifer,
I did talk with the 800 customer service number. The food perks after coupons is a new policy change that happened w/in the last 2 months. I do have old receipts showing the entire $60 off, plus my coupons, so I knew it had to be a change. The policy is listed not under coupon policy but the get-go.com website. I feel they kind of hide it which is what I told customer service and he agreed and was going to pass that along.
Thanks for your great website. It’s my go-to every week!
I’ll have to ask about expired coupons at my Giant Eagle.

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