Cub Foods Coupon Policy HERE
• Take expired man q’s up to 1 months
• Many stores should take Walgreens Register Rewards (expired or not)
• They do NOT take expired store coupons
• Can use store and man q together (called stacking)
• Catalina deals are BEFORE coupons
• Can usually ROLL catalinas deals
• Rainchecks expire in one month
|Location||Expired CouponsUp to 1 Months||Register Rewards||Coupon Friendly|
|Apple Valley||Yes||YesSometimes will not take more RR’s than items.||Yes|
|BloomingtonOld Shakopee location||Yes||N/A||Yes|
|Coon Rapids -Both locationsCrystal||YesYes.||YesYes||YESYes|
Silver Lake Road
|St. Louis Park||Yes||Yes||N/A|
|Stillwater||Yes3 or 4 months||N/A||Yes|
|West St. Paul||Yes||N/A||Yes|
Cub Foods can have some great deals when you combine store sales, coupons and catalina deals. Cub Foods does have something great going for them too…the majority of the stores accept EXPIRED coupons by 1 months. The chart will also tell you if they accept Register Rewards from Walgreens and if they are coupon friendly. Have you ever seen the manufacturer coupons in the Cub Foods ads? Don’t throw them away. Hang onto the coupons and you may find a use for them at a later date. Don’t hang onto the ones that say Store coupon on them as Cub won’t take those past their exp date.
Cub Foods will allow a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon together. Plus you may be lucky enough to get a catalina deal going on at the same time to really rock the deal. An example from last week:
Malt O Meal $2.50
Store coupon made it $1.75
Expired Manufacturer coupon ($2/2) made it .75 each
Buy 2 and get $1 catalina coupon made each bag just .25 each!
You can use that $1 catalina coupon to pay for most anything in the store. PLUS, the nice thing is that you can “roll” these catalina coupons to help pay for another round of deals with catalina’s.
You will sometimes see a store deal that may read: Buy $20, Get $5 coupon good on your next order (a catalina deal). You are going to want to look for items that will equal as near to $20 as possible. Once you build up your total purchase of items to $20, start adding in coupons to bring your total down. There have been only a few deals that state that you have to spend $20 after coupons, so be sure to read the fine print on the deal.
If it states you have to spend $20 after coupons, then look at what you want to buy and the coupons that you have for those items. For example:
Diapers are $5 x 4 = $20
– $1.00 a pack x 4 = $16 **
add on another pack = $21.00
– $1.00 coupon = $20
Receive $5 catalina coupon and final out of pocket = $15 for 5 packs of diapers
**You will have to buy another something, in order to get your total up to the $20 in order for the catalina to print.
Another deal that you will see is Buy 10 items, Get $5 off instantly. Basically, when you look at the ad, take .50 off each item and then tack on manufacturer coupons on top making for an even better deal. I have found that I have been able to buy these items in groups of 10 and still get .50 off each item. Though I will warn you not to buy more than 30 in a transaction as it seems the register doesn’t like to go any higher.
If you find items out of stock, don’t forget to get a raincheck for items. The rainchecks will last for a month. You should be able to get a raincheck on the sale price and the store promo Buy 10, Get $5 off instantly, BUT you more than likely won’t be able to get a raincheck for a catalina deal. It doesn’t hurt to ask at the customer service desk.