A few Mariano’s Double Daze deals 4/2/14

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I stopped by Mariano’s today to pick up more Udi’s gluten free bread ($3.50 through today, so $2.00 after the $1.50/1 printable here). Their organic milk is still on sale today for $4.99, so a good thing to help get you up to $25 for double coupons. Some nice doubles ideas if you get there today:

  • Coffee-Mate 32 oz creamer, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 on Facebook to get it for $.50 after doubles.
  • Muir Glen 28 oz organic tomatoes, $1.75. Look for $1.00/2 peelies, which will double to get you two for $1.50, or just $.75 each.
  • Select Applegate natural nitrate free lunch meat, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 here, so $1.00 after doubles.
  • Dannon Greek Superstars yogurt four packs, $2.59. Use $1.00/1 in the 2/23 SS or print $1.00/1 here to get it for $.59 after doubles.
  • Yoplait yogurt cups, $.60. Check your stash — I had a couple of $1.00/4 printables from the beginning of last month expiring today and tomorrow. If you do too, get four for $.40 after doubled $1.00/4 printable, or $.10 each.
  • 64 oz chilled Almond Breeze, $3.29. If you still have the $1.00/1 printable (no longer available), it’s $1.29 after doubles.

Again, every Wed. Mariano’s doubles a max of 5 coupons with a face value of up to $1.00 (so $1.00 doubles to $2.00) with a minimum $25 purchase when you use your rewards card.


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  1. seachicago says

    Another good coupon to double is the 50 cents/2 Ortega (1/19SS)—the black beans are 89 cents, so 39 cents/ea. Also, Eggland’s Best large eggs are $2/doz., use 35 cent coupon (2/2 SS) to make these $1.30, which is comparable to Wags sale this week. I usually like eggs to be under $1, but I’m curious to see if EB really does taste better!

    • peaches says

      I bought a dozen organic eggs at the winter farmer’s market in Evanston two weeks ago, and they were the best eggs I have ever had, and I am not an egg lover usually, but I spent $5 on them. $4 a dozen is the absolute cheapest you can purchase them for at the farmer’s market, and then they aren’t organic. I live by myself though, and so it takes a month for me to go through a dozen eggs. BTW- You can use one heaped up tablespoon of soy flour and one tablespoon of water in place of one egg when you are making cake or pancakes that call for eggs. I do that when I fix pancakes from scratch all the time, and I can’t tell the difference..

  2. BethP says

    Were you able to use the Almond Breeze IP without a beep? A few weeks ago mine beeped and they didn’t take it since it says ‘Redeem at Walmart’ and I’ve been scared to try again… but if you got it to work I’ll try again :)

    • says

      I didn’t get it, I just noticed it while I was by the milk. However, the almond breeze coupons almost always beep everywhere, I don’t know why.

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