Trader Joes is Taking Coupons!

by Laura on June 23, 2010

Trader Joe’s is my favorite grocery store. Most of their food has ingredients I can pronounce. Their prices are VERY reasonable. And being in the store just makes me happy.

The bulk of the food in the store is Trader Joe’s brand. Everything I have ever tried that they make is amazing. But they do carry items from a few other brands.

And now they will accept coupons for those other brands! I am so excited I can start using my coupons at Trader Joes!

The list isn’t long, but here are some of the deals:

Stoneyfield YoKids Yogurt $2.99
- $0.50/1 printable
=$2.49 after coupon!

Morning Star Buffalo Wings $3.49
-$1/1 Morning Star printable
=$2.49 each after coupon!

Tofutti Variety of Pints $2.69
-$1 off of 2 pints printable
=$4.38 for 2 or $2.19 each!

Kashi Go Lean Crunch $3.49
-$1.50/2 printable
=$2.74 each for 2 after coupons!

Kashi TLC Snack Crackers $2.79
-$1.50/2 printable
=$2.04 each for 2 after coupons!

McCann’s Quick Oats $2.99
- $1/1 printable
=$1.99 each after coupon!

Blue Diamond Almond Breeze $1.99
-$1/1 (Smart Source 5/23/10)
=$0.99 each after coupon!

Hansen’s Natural Soda All varieties $2.49
- $0.50/1 (Smart Source 5/23/10)
=$1.99 each after coupon!

If you come up with any more on your next visit, please leave a comment so I can add it to the list!

Thanks The Thrifty Mama!

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Jaime June 23, 2010 at 2:12 pm

You can request the coupon book from Whole Foods. They are all manufacturers coupons! There might be some good deals with it. I haven’t ventured out that far to the VB Trader Joe’s but I think I might need to take a trip soon!

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