Sales and prices at Whole Foods can vary regionally. The information in this post is based on the Mountain Region, so be sure to check your store flyer for additional sales.
Whole Foods Savings Tips:
- Don’t forget to pick up extra copies of the Whole Foods Deal newsletter since it contains valuable store coupons. Or you can print more copies of your coupons online.
- Most Whole Foods allow you to stack store and manufacturer coupons, but be sure to clarify your store’s policy so you don’t end up frustrated at the check-out.
- Whole Foods offers a 100% Right Price Guarantee – so check your receipts!
- If you’re new to saving at Whole Foods, get more savings strategies in my 6 Ways to Save at Whole Foods post.
Kettle Potato Chips – $3
Use $1/1 Kettle Potato Chips 9/25/2011 RP Insert
= $2 after coupon and sale
Muir Glen Organic Canned Tomatoes, Selected Varieties – $2
Use $1/2 Whole Foods printable coupon (or in the Whole Deal)
= $1.50 each after coupons and sale
Kashi Cereal, Select Varieties – $3
Use $2/1 Kashi printable coupon (Recyclebank)
= $1 after coupon and sale
Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Liquid Hand Soap – $2.99 (regularly $4.99)
= $1.99 after coupon and sale
Pirate’s Booty – $2
Produce & Bulk
Organic Bartlett Pears – $1.99/lb, Save $1/lb
Organic Seedless Grapes – $1.99/lb, Save $2/lb
Organic Butternut or Acorn Squash – $1/lb
Organic Red Lentils – $1.99/lb
Are you planning a Whole Foods run this week? What’s on your list?