Dominick’s Classico deal through 1/27

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So in this week’s Dominick’s deals starting tomorrow 1/24:

  • Classico pasta sauce, $1.99 with in-ad coupon limit 6.
  • Classico pasta sauce through 1/27: Buy 2, get $1; buy 3, get $2, buy 4 and get $3.00 OYNO.

There is also a $1.00/3 Classico coupon on their site here. So let’s put that together:

  • Buy four pasta sauce for $7.96 with in-ad coupon.
  • Use $1.00/3 printable = $6.96.
  • Get back $3.00 OYNO for a net cost of $3.96 for four, or $.99 each.
  • Just 1/24-1/27 for this one!

Also check your Just for U personalized deals to see if you have an even better price on the Classico.

(Thanks, Jill Cataldo)

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  1. Paula M says

    Should also check for the 10% Pasta Sauce under Personlized Deals to sweeten the deal. Mine is good through 1/29/2013

    • Kim says

      Just an FYI – it only comes off one item once per transaction. So it will take off $.19 cents, but I have the 10% too and .19 cents is .19 cents! Lol…

  2. says

    Yes my girlfriend had Classico on J4U personalized for $1.76 umlimited !
    But today was her last day for that price ,bought 3 each time ,had only 2 coupons and they used Walgreens cat. from Granola bars !! With coupon after cat.76 cents each was able to use her card.
    But check different dates and product for everyone (O:

  3. says

    My J4U is unlimited on sauce 10% discount. And sale limits 6 $1.99 each .Would do 2 trans. 3 each with coupon and cat. = 79cents each if you have coupon and done before 1/27 I think cat. exp then(O:

  4. Shandelle says

    I’m planning to do two transactions, one with 3 and one with 4. You get $3 cat for purchase of 4 and $2 with purchase of 3. I don’t have the 10% off J4U in my personalized deals but I do have the $1.99 each limit 6. Plus there is an Ibotta offer for 50 cents off one. So I can use $1/3 x 2 plus get the Ibotta offer, which should mean paying $6.43 for all seven or about 92 cents each after coupons, cats and Ibotta. That is pretty darn good for inner city Chicago prices. :)

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