Whole Foods Coupon

October 22, 2008 at 3:40 AM 2 comments

I don’t typically shop at Whole Foods, because quite honestly I think the store is unbelievably pricey, but I do love to buy meat and seafood products there. We can’t buy quality meat like that in our grocery store. Once or twice I’ve traveled to the farmer’s market to pick up beef of similar quality, but truth be told it’s a little far to travel.

My husband and I primarily cook chicken and pasta for dinner, but I like to have a pound or two of meat in the freezer to add a little variety to our dinner options every once in awhile. This week I found a coupon for $5 off a $25 purchase at Whole Foods. I printed out the PDF this morning and headed over to Whole Foods this afternoon.

I purchased a few pounds of ground beef, two heads of organic broccoli, my absolute favorite chicken curry salad, (which I didn’t need but really wanted), and a couple of other random items for roughly $27. I was able to use the online coupon I clipped without any problem.

I think I might return to the store tomorrow to pick up some more items. If you print the PDF coupon on the Whole Foods website you can save $5 off $25. Hurry though, the coupon expires tomorrow.

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  • 1. Moving on up!  |  October 22, 2008 at 8:07 PM

    Thanks for the coupon. I think Wholefoods is expensive, but love to shop for seafood there. It just looks better than at Safeway.

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  • 2. SJ Coupon Mama  |  October 25, 2008 at 12:37 AM

    I too used the coupon. I combined it with some manufacture coupons and spent $15. I stocked up on canned tomatoes, breakfast sausage and cereal. I heard there is a $10/$50 coming out later this winter.

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