Friday, August 31, 2012

Excellent deal on the Kraft Cheese!!!!

I posted yesterday about a deal that Jess shared with us. Today I went to Pick N Save to do it and I did great!!! Kraft Cheese is on sale for .99 cents each when you buy 5. Kraft still has that $10 RR when you buy 10. So I bought 10 bags of shredded cheese, 10 packs of Kraft American Cheese Slices and 10 Fresh Takes. I also used coupons that I printed from last weeks post for the Cheese Slices. ( no longer available, so I hope you printed yours!) I had coupons from the Sunday paper for the shredded cheese. Then, I stumbled upon a great deal! The Kraft Fresh Takes are on the .99 cent sale too! ( they are not on the Kraft RR deal!) and right next to the shelf of Fresh Takes were the red pull machines that spit out coupons. It had a coupon for .75 cents off ONE package of Fresh Takes. There was no limit on the coupon. Which makes those .24 cents each!!!!!! So, my total after coupons was $14.51 ( my total is slightly off because my kids each picked up a snack.) and I got $20 in RR's back! I also stocked up on cheese and have some to share!!!! If your store doesn't have the Fresh Take Pull Coupons you can still use this one:
$0.50 off ONE package of KRAFT FRESH TAKE Cheese $0.50 off ONE package of KRAFT FRESH TAKE Cheese
It will give you the Fresh Takes for .50 cents a package. :)

1 comment:

Jess said...

We made the "fresh take" once as directed on the package and it was good, but nothing special. I decided to throw a package of the cheese/bacon blend in with some cooked pasta - TERRIFIC! Takes like "homemade" even when it's just as easy as the blue box :o) Great for potlucks too when you want people to think you know how to cook! I might stop in to get the beer deal again, and some of the fresh take. Thanks for sharing on this. A new Woodman's opened up just minutes from our house so I won't be at Copps as much - but will still chase the freebies there.

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