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A thread dedicated to Fellow Southern California Shoppers, patrons and friends. Supermarkets and groceries: Albertsons, Ralphs, Stater Bros, Vons / Pavilions, Food 4 Less, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Fresh and Easy, Mothers Markets, Bristol Farms, 99 Ranch, Walmart, Target, Trader's Joe and other supermarket.

Please share any local deals pertaining to Southern California that may benefit your fellow shoppers. This is a great thread for all the Southern California market since most of us will shopping at many of following supermarkets and local retailers.


Please share any Restaurant Deals both Local and Nationwide.

Please share any Shopping Deals!

NOTE: Southern California include Los Angeles County, Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Riverside, Orange County, San Diego County and other surrounding communities.


Ralphs: a division of Kroger Corporation - Coupon Policy Thanks scda - They No LONGER DOUBLE COUPONS!

Food 4 Less: a division of Kroger Corporation

Vons and Pavilions: a division of Safeway Corporation - Coupon Policy: Pavilions / Vons - They No LONGER DOUBLE COUPONS!

Albertsons
- Western Division -

Stater Bros

99 Ranch: Asian Supermarket Chain

Trader Joe's: One of the Best Neighborhood Groceries with a Flair

Fresh and Easy: Division of British Supermarket Tesco

Sprouts: Affordable Version of Wholefoods - Double Ads Wednesday

Wholefoods: High End Organic and Upper-scale Supermarket

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Coupon Internet Coupon Types
  • (S) Smartsource
  • (C) Coupon.com
  • (E) E-Centives
  • (P) PDF



Coupon Databases
Want to find a specific coupon from Sunday Inserts?
Couponmom.com is a great site to help you locate a specific coupon from all Sunday Inserts. Go to the main page [couponmom.com], then click on "Coupon Database" from the links on top.

Southern California Supermarket Blogs
Note: I am not associate in anyway to any of the Supermarket Blogs. I utilize them constantly as one of my sources for grocery shopping.


Ralphs- Chief Family Officer [chieffamilyofficer.com]


Vons/Pavilions- Save at home Mommy [saveathomemommy.com]


Albertsons- Save at home Mommy [saveathomemommy.com]


Stater Bros- Christian Clippers [christianclippers.com]



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#2776
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Has anyone received a 2.00 coupon from CVS lately for finding an expired food item? It has been a while since I've gotten one but yesterday I found 3 jars of waaaaay expired olives on the shelf. Gave them to the cashier and he said (after checking with the mgr) that they are no longer giving out the 2.00 coupons. Just curious if they are no longer required to do this....
The settlement papers stated that CVS's obligation to give out the $2.00 coupons would end at the same time that their obligation to conduct periodic random audits ended. That date depended on the results of the prior audits and CVS sending a sworn statement to the Attorney General's office certifying audit results that met specified minimum criteria. I do not know whether CVS officials submitted that signed statement to the AG's office following acceptable audit results.

I would report the issue to your county's department of Weights and Measures and also file a complaint with the California Attorney General's Office to let them know there is still a problem.
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Quote from Princessmasako View Post :
Has anyone received a 2.00 coupon from CVS lately for finding an expired food item? It has been a while since I've gotten one but yesterday I found 3 jars of waaaaay expired olives on the shelf. Gave them to the cashier and he said (after checking with the mgr) that they are no longer giving out the 2.00 coupons. Just curious if they are no longer required to do this....
I have heard all the excuses from CVS (in CA) for not honoring & giving the required $2 coupon for finding expired products, but none of them are true. They are STILL required to give you the $2 coupon for finding ANY expired products in ANY CVS in CA. (a few other states too) My favorite excuse is that our CVS has decided not to participate! If this happens, show them the printed Attorney General document above and have them read it. If you have a smartphone just google Ca. Attorney General versus CVS and it should come up, or you can print it out and carry it with you. If they still won't give you the coupon you might try reporting them to the # listed on the document.

You can tell them exactly how to give you the coupon. Tell them to go to the Misc screen and press the button that says "Dated Product". They will then need to scan a Mgr card or enter a Mgr. #. The register should automatically print out the $2 coupon after this. Some stores just can't figure it out and I tell them that I will take a $2 ECB instead. (These usually have a 2 week exp date, as opposed to the real dated product coupon that never expires.)

I tried this last week several times and it still works! If you find more than one expired item, have them use separate transactions to print a coupon for each expired item. Good luck and have a lovely night!
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Quote from ponycal View Post :
I have heard all the excuses from CVS (in CA) for not honoring & giving the required $2 coupon for finding expired products, but none of them are true. They are STILL required to give you the $2 coupon for finding ANY expired products in ANY CVS in CA. (a few other states too)

If you find more than one expired item, have them use separate transactions to print a coupon for each expired item.
This information is not accurate at least as it pertains to the California stores. SDCA's post correctly stated that the $2 coupon is/was only for infant formula, baby food, dairy products, eggs, and certain OTC drugs, vitamins and supplements. I have attached a copy of the final judgment if you want to verify.

Also, the coupon limit is/was "one coupon per visit, regardless of the number of Expired Products found by the consumer in that visit." If they gave you more, they probably did not know the correct procedure but they weren't legally required to do that.

I say "is/was" because I don't know whether they are still obligated to give out the coupons. As previously posted, that depends on the results of their audits and whether CVS sent a sworn statement to the Attorney General's office regarding the audit results.
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Quote from DKLA View Post :
This information is not accurate at least as it pertains to the California stores. SDCA's post correctly stated that the $2 coupon is/was only for infant formula, baby food, dairy products, eggs, and certain OTC drugs, vitamins and supplements. I have attached a copy of the final judgment if you want to verify.

Also, the coupon limit is/was "one coupon per visit, regardless of the number of Expired Products found by the consumer in that visit." If they gave you more, they probably did not know the correct procedure but they weren't legally required to do that.

I say "is/was" because I don't know whether they are still obligated to give out the coupons. As previously posted, that depends on the results of their audits and whether CVS sent a sworn statement to the Attorney General's office regarding the audit results.
Hmmm. Thanks! I had not seen this version. I had been going on the version that HH posted and I read her posting as the $2 would be given on any expired item. I didn't see a limit on either version. Maybe I missed it. I wonder why there are two different ones. Thanks again. Gotta run. Have a delightful day!
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Quote from beaucoupcoups View Post :
More Kroger/ Ralph's Coups

Okay, I have been trying to figure out the correct way to refer to posts in another thread, and/or quote them and can't seem to get the hang of it! Arghh...So I am bringing everything over piece by piece from the Kroger's thread~ Post 6602 and beyond; with the OP name after to rep.

I wanted you to know about more $ off coups to load to our cards. There is:

$3 off $10 meat [softcoin.com]
OP- couponinginwv

$2 off $5 Deli/Bakery [softcoin.com]
OP- luvkittehs

$2 off $5 Produce [softcoin.com]
OP's- luvkittehs and rambunctious

I read the FAQ's and Rules, and have been working on this waaaay too long. I hope I did nothing wrong by quoting across threads! Please feel free to PM me any feedback. Or if you can explain an easier way to do this!Smilie
The $2 off $5 Deli/Bakery coupon worked today when I bought surplus bakery items.
I was at the El Segundo Ralphs on Sepulveda Blvd. a hour or so ago. They have at least 50 pumpkin pies for .99 each and tons of other holiday items highly discounted (I was also at the Redondo Beach Ralphs near Total Wine and they have a ton of bread and buns items discounted...so much so they had 3 extra carts full). I was not expecting the ecoupon would work with items coded with their surplus bakery stick-on tags.
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#2782
Fresh and Easy $4 off $20 exp 4 Dec:
http://www.freshandeasy.com/media..._dec05.pdf
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#2783
is ralphs offering .10 per gallon off or .20 max for shell gas right now?
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is ralphs offering .10 per gallon off or .20 max for shell gas right now?
I would like to know that as well. The website looks like it's 10 cents but I've seen signs at a couple Shells for "Up to 20 cents".

This is probably not news to anyone but I think J4U has a $2 off dreyers coupon and it's $3 today.
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oops... double post. sorry
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#2786
Vons

When I signed in to J4U today there was a personalized coupon for a free Planters peanut butter, granola nut cinnamon, banana, or berry.
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#2788
I found peelies on the Keebler crackers. Buy 2 Keebler Club get $1 off any soup.
Keebler were 2/$5 - 2x $1.50 kelloggs iq = 2/$2
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Quote from sdca View Post :
Vons

When I signed in to J4U today there was a personalized coupon for a free Planters peanut butter, granola nut cinnamon, banana, or berry.
Thanks for the HU! I was able to use a 1.00 peelie on this as well, (beep free) for 1.00 overage on my order!
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Don't forget to check your reps~ This is where I will usually say THANK YOU~ so I don't clog up the threads Wink
I try to rep as much as possible, but in case I don't rep you for something... THANKS for all you do! hugheart
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Quote from elhaugen View Post :
I found peelies on the Keebler crackers. Buy 2 Keebler Club get $1 off any soup.
Keebler were 2/$5 - 2x $1.50 kelloggs iq = 2/$2
did the $1.5 iq scan? it did not scan in my vons. and the cashier said they do not accept any IQ greater than $1 any more.......... not sure YMMV or not.........
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