Rainbow Foods Shopping List 7/27 – 8/2/14

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Shop the six Rainbow Foods locations this week to get a good deal on Tide detergent, Chobani yogurt, Velveeta Cheesy Skillets and more.

You can learn more about the six Rainbow Foods locations in the Twin Cities here and see a copy of the weekly online ad. They have not posted a coupon policy on the new Rainbow Foods website yet, but we’ll let you know their policy once it is decided.

Remember that this is a starting list of deals for the week. As readers leave comments with bargains they found at their local store or we get emails with deal ideas, we will update this list. Items that are added throughout the week will be noted as NEW. Items whose final price changes as a result of a new or modified coupon scenario will be noted as UPDATED. At least once this week we will send out a reminder to come back and check this list for the hottest new deals.

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

Comments

  1. Dee says

    I will still drive out of my way to be loyal to rainbow…I blame walmart for taking down this chain of stores along with many others. . Long live the 6 Rainbow stores that are left..

    • steve says

      You also need to blame Target and Aldi. 10 years ago Target didn’t sell much groceries in any stores.

      Rainbow also did a bad job keeping sale items in stock.

      I enjoyed going to Rainbow for their sale prices.

    • Steve2 says

      Dee – the current Rainbow Food stores are in name only. The ownership is some combination of Lunds/Byerly’s. So just be aware of that and your loyalty.

  2. Tara says

    Does Rainbow Foods still do double coupon daze? I don’t get their ad anymore now that they just closed the store by my house.

  3. Steve2 says

    My impression of the Rainbow in Plymouth near me that managed to make the cut:
    - Much improvement in quality of produce
    - Surprisingly low number of items on sale (as this week’s ad shows)
    - Rarely many people shopping (all the couponers I used to see are no longer)
    - Shoppers have fewer items in cart vs. old Rainbow
    I comparison shopped a few items between Cub and the new Rainbow – Essential Everyday items were generally within about 20 cents higher/lower. The exception was the 24-pack EE string cheese was $2 more at Cub.
    Still grieving the loss of Rainbow – I figure my weekly grocery bill went up about 30%.
    I’m leaning toward Cub and at least now I can use unlimited coupons and not shop only on the Double Coupon days.

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