Raley’s Family Deals and Coupon Savings May 23-May 29, 2012


 Here are a few best family deals for the new Raley’s ad this week. You can also find these deals available at  Nob Hill and Bel-Air stores.

Coupon Deals

Each week, Raley’s offers electronic coupons (eCoupons) that you print-out from their website once you register. You are even able to stack eCoupons with manufacturer coupons to save even more. When you register, be sure to sign-up for Raley’s weekly email called “Table Talk” to be notified of new coupons.

You can read about Raley’s very generous coupon policy over here. I never have an issue using manufacturer coupons along with their store coupons. If you find a great deal feel free to share it in the comments section.

If you played your cards right last week, you should have been able to take advantage of the BOGO Meat Sale at Raley’s during last week’s sales, if not that’s okay, you’ll still find some great sales in the meat department to fire up the grill for this Memorial Day weekend. In the mood for some tasty ribs? During this week’s sale, Pork Spare Ribs St. Louis Style are  on sale for BOGO (Buy One Get One FREE!) Single item at just $4.99 lb. These are the meatiest, leanest cut of the sparerib.

This week, Raley’s is offering  one Martinelli’s Sparkling Lemonade 25.4 oz. FREE when you spend $20 or more. Limit 1 per eCoupon. Offer valid this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (May 18-20, 2012).

Fresh Meats Coupon

My second Preferred Department – Raley’s online users are allowed to choose two Preferred Departments. This will show you the best deals available to you. Simply log into your account and choose your preferred departments.)

$5 off Any purchase of Fresh Raley’s Natural Chicken purchase of $15 or more with eCoupon. Discount taken at register. Limit 1 coupon per customer.

Family Meal Time Deals

Jennie-O Turkey Store Italian Sausage Links Hot or Mild 1.22 lb. – $2.99 with eCoupon, Limit 4

Amazing Taste Seasoning Packets .75 oz. to 1 oz. – Buy 2, Get 1 FREE! with eCoupon, Available in Meat Department; Limit 4 free

Village Harvest Brown Rice 10 oz.- Buy 2, Get 1 FREE! with eCoupon

Buy 2 Canola Harvest Spreads 15 oz. tub – Get 1 Raley’s Large Eggs dozen FREE! with eCoupon. Limit 1.

Red or Yukon Gold Potatoes – $.69 lb.

Extra Grocery Savings

Yoplait 6 oz. – $1 off when you buy 10 with eCoupon

Sweet Berries – Choose from Strawberries 16 oz. , Blackberries 6 oz., Raspberries 6 oz. or Blueberries 6 oz. – BOGO! (Buy One Get One FREE!) Single item – $4.99

Whole Seedless Watermelon – $3.99 each

Kraft Salad Dressing or Bush’s Baked or Grillin’ Beans 16 oz. to 28 oz. selected varieties – 3 for $5

Best Food’s Mayonnaise – $2.99 with store ad coupon, Limit 1 per customer

Minute Maid Punch or Lemonade 59 oz. selected varieties – $.89 each with store ad coupon,  without coupon item is 10 for $10

Ball Park Meat Franks 14 oz. to 16 oz. selected varieties – 2 for $3

Golden Grain Pasta 12 oz. to 16 oz. selected varieties – 10 for $10

Red Ripe Strawberries 2 lb. – $4.99

White Corn – 5 for $2 in Produce department

Raley’s Dailies Everyday Items

Sunnyside Farms Butter 1 lb. selected varieties – $2.98

Sunnyside Farms Yogurt 6 oz. selected varieties – Buy 10 or more $.50 each

Bayview Farms Orange Juice 1 gallon selected varieties – $3.98

Raley’s Large Eggs Grade AA 12 count – $1.68


Any other great deals you know of at Raley’s this week? Leave a comment and let us know.

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Noel is a CEO and Mother of 4 who can be found blogging from her home office, who's passionate about family, nutrition, fitness and supporting others reach their health & fitness goals. Noel uses her blog to share about simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, walking, workouts and a little sprinkle of life! She created Noel's Kitchen Tips teaching families how to make budget friendly meal and healthy recipes. She's blessed to have the opportunity to be able to teach busy moms and families how to use food and cooking as a means of bringing family mealtimes back to the table and stay healthy.

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