Rainbow Foods, Copps, Pick ‘n Save Shopping List 6/1 – 6/7/14

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Note: This week’s Rainbow Foods ad only contains grocery deals.  The health and beauty deals are for Copps/Pick ‘n Save shoppers only.

Use our Rainbow Foods, Copps, Pick ‘n Save coupon matchups to get great deals this week when you shop Double Daze on Wednesday and Saturday.

If you are new to shopping Double Daze, be sure to read the Roundy’s (Rainbow Foods, Copps, and Pick ‘n Save) coupon policy before you get started to understand all the restrictions of their double coupon promotion.

Two things to remember about these Rainbow Foods, Copps, Pick ‘n Save coupon matchups. First, it does not include every sale-priced item that has a coupon. It only has those items whose final price is low enough for us to mention it. Second, if you shop at Copps or Pick ‘n Save and your ad doesn’t match the items mentioned in this shopping list, then check out what we saw for sales last week.

New to Pocket Your Dollars? Learn to read this shopping list. If you have issues printing coupons, then try the troubleshooting suggestions found here.

Your turn: What other deals did you find this week?


  1. anon says

    There is a $1/4 Dannon Oikos coupon on coupons.com

    With price lock @ $1.00 that makes it 4 for $2

    Or, if they go for 78c again like a few weeks ago.. 28c each!

  2. Jami says

    I cannot find the SlimFast coupon. Maybe I’m just crazy but when I click the link, I see a spot that says download digital coupon, but I can’t click it. Please help :)

  3. jana says

    Deal idea for proctor and gamble. Buy 8 toothpaste for $8, use 4 coupons that double to $8. Buy 1 always radiant pads for $4, use $1/1 coupon. Buy one swiffer starter kit for $8.50, use $2/1 coupon. Total comes to $8.50- $5.00 (for spending $20). Spend $3.50 after all discounts and doubled coupons.

  4. melissa says

    The Breyer’s $3 off coupon does not work. Your results may depend on the cashier you get. My cashier knows me well, an put it in manually.

  5. Susan says

    I was told that this was the last week of double coupons from a manager at the Woodbury store. Does anyone know if this is true or not?

  6. Celeste says

    I have been told and have experienced the fact that when a coupon states “Do Not Double”, it means that the manufacturer will not reimburse double the coupon value to the store. The extra money off is the store’s responsibility. The coupon just makes that clear to the store, and has no bearing on us. The coupons will still double every time. If a cashier has a problem with manually doubling a coupon that says do not double, we can nicely tell her that it means the manufacturer won’t reimburse doubling. The doubling comes out of the the stores pocket, so to speak.

      • says

        Val – Yes and no. Some coupons that state “do not double” are actually coded so that they won’t double automatically at the register; some aren’t.

        Since we don’t know which is which just by looking at them (most of the time), we assume that a coupon will NOT double if it states “do not double.”

        Hope this helps!

  7. Joy says

    Fyi: there are $5 signs on some of the healthier kelloggs cereals! If you enter 3 codes from 3 of those boxes kelloggs send you $5!:) You can do it 3 x for a total of $15!:) I’ve seen it on Raisin Bran and All Bran! I have gotten 1 $5 back so far!

  8. anon says

    Crystal Light has a Catalina & is on sale for $2.00 (pick n save)

    Buy 3 or more get $1.00
    Buy 4 or more get $2.00
    Buy 5 or more get $3.00 future order…

    If your store has a display, it might have some coupons left on it ($1/2)

    Optimally you would get 6 for $12, use 3 coupons and save $6 if doubled, and then get $3 back;

    6 for $3

  9. Rachel says

    Does anyone know when the selected Rainbow locations are switching over to Cub? I’m sad we’re losing our Lakeville Rainbow :( I’ll probably stick to shopping at Target and Costco…

  10. Eve G. says

    I know at the Rainbow on 55 they said the change will happen by the 4th of July, also they said the double coupons will end before than.

  11. Jeff says

    The ad here (Racine, WI) seems to be fairly different. Includes yoplait yogurt for $0.39, brownberry bread is $1.88, not $2.50, palermo and bellatoria pizza are $3.49, not $3.99, and along with strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and golden raspberries are $1.99 and pints of blueberries are $2.99, plus the $2 off 6 packages.

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