Nice Deal on Lean Cuisine Salad Additions Starting 2/3

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If you haven’t printed the Target Coupon for a FREE Fresh Express Salad mix 5-oz. + wyb 2 Lean Cuisine salad additions, you may want to grab it while it is still available. Starting on 2/3 Target will have an identical in-store deal, and you should be able to get 2 Fresh Express & 2 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions for a very nice price…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 2 Fresh Express Salad ($2.49) & 2 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions ($2.99) = $10.96
-$2.49 (one of the Fresh Express will be FREE with Target Deal STARTS 2/3
-$2.49 (use FREE Fresh Express Salad wyb 2 Lean Cuisine salad additions Target Coupon x2/23
-$2.00 (use two -$1/1 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions, any – 01-06-13 SS x4/6
= $3.98 for 2 Salad & 2 Salad Additions or roughly $1 per item!

There is also a different Target Coupon on the Shopkick App for an even better deal…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 1 Fresh Express Salad ($2.49) & 2 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions ($2.99) = $8.47
-$2.49 (the Fresh Express will be FREE with Target Deal STARTS 2/3
-$2.99 (use B1G1 FREE Lean Cuisine Salad Additions 7.12 oz+ Target Coupon Shopkick App x2/8
-$1/1 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions, any – 01-06-13 SS x4/6
= $1.99 for 1 Fresh Express Salad & 2 Salad Additions or roughly .67 per item!

If you did not get the $1/1 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions insert coupon, there are still several printable coupons available. WHile not as a high in value- they will still make for some nice deals…
60¢ off when you buy any ONE LEAN CUISINE® Salad Additions variety
-$1/2 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions Varieties All You Magazine January 2013
$1/2 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions HERE
-$1/1 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions, any – 01-06-13 SS x4/6
-.75/1 Lean Cuisine Salad Additions HERE

-Stay tuned for the rest of the Sneak Peek of the 2/3 Target ad coming tomorrow!

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  1. Does anyone know if the shopkick coupon is only good once? I’ve noticed when using the shopkick coupons in the past that it’s still there until the 12 hours is up, but I’ve never tried to reuse it before it disappears.

  2. Thanks Kerry! That’s what I’ve been doing lately, with the envelope method (and mine too is full of scribbles by the time I’m done!). I like the idea of “extras” in the top of the cart! As far as the “list” itself goes, I’ve tried creating one with different columns….I put “Pg #, # of items, Price, MQ, Total OOP Price, (if at CVS there’s one for ECB’s back), and a “Comment” column (in case I need a R/C, etc.). Then I take the list w/ me, but lately have been trying just the envelope w/ scribbles on it! With the envelope it seems to get a little troubling at times because then I have Q’s in it, but an out of stock item, etc. It would be interesting to hear what others do! Obviously, there’s always posts on the “file method vs. binder method” (which I started with the insert file method but just bought some card holders and am going to try the binder method now), but have never seen one about how people actually make up their lists! 🙂
    Anyway, sorry for such a long post…….I appreciate you getting back to me!

  3. Darn, I just went to Kroger and used my $1 LC Salad coupons! They had the chicken and cranberry one ALREADY on clearance! They were marked down to $1.79 so I thought .79 each was a good price to try them out.

  4. there is also an indepth post about shopkick here that may help:

    @Tammy- honestly it’s a process to find out what works best for you- but for me- I keep a checklist all week long usually (it’s really a pile of maybe printed coupons, scribbled notes etc) and then when it comes time to do a shop- I grab and envelope and i compile it all on the back of the envelope what I am getting and put my coupons in as I go through. I also put the price on the envelope, I always have a pen, notepad & calculator on me which helps if I have to do any last minute calculations. my envelope is sometimes full of scribble by the time I get done- especially if I have not found some of my planned purchases in stock, but i usually find a quiet area before I check out to make sure my list is right, coupons are right and I know approximately what my total should be in the end.

    I have also taken to keeping anything that is a last minute unexpected purchase up in the top part of my cart. This way, If my list goes well and everything on it is in stock and I dont need to do any math- I just pay for those items not on my envelope in a separate transaction so as not to ruin my estimated total.

    But everyone is different- you may find a better method- it truly is a process to see what works best for you. but it may make for an interesting post- so I will think about doing that!

  5. There is also a manufacturers coupon in the All You Feb 22 magazine. The coupon is $1 off any two Lean Cuisine Salad Addition varieties. expiration 4/18/13.

  6. Kerry – I was thinking the same thing as Lorrie…..I’ve only had Shopkick about 2 months now maybe, and look through all the lookbooks all the time, but I’ve never seen any Target coupons. I’ll have to pay closer attention I guess and maybe look again!
    P.S. love your site & thanks for all your help and hard work. Even though I live in California, my prices are usually pretty close to the ones you post – maybe a little higher, but normally not by too much. Gives me a good idea of what to expect anyway!

    I would love to ask another random question & don’t know where to post it, but I always have a hard time getting my shopping “lists” together. Do you (and your readers) always make a list with the prices included, their coupon prices deducted, etc., so they know what their OOP price(s) will be before going to the store? A lot of times I’ll get to the store & prices will be way off what others have found items for & I have to figure “on the fly” and I HATE math! So, do you have a special “list” you’ve made up, or scribble down on an envelope, or what do you do? (I’ve never seen anyway address this before!) just curious how others do it!

    Thanks again Kerry! 🙂

  7. I didn’t realize you could get 2 free items like this… So the same sort of deal is going on for free King’s Hawaiian bread with Hormel deli meat. darn! I was standing there today w Qs in hand. I can make another trip. Discovered this bread is really Good!

  8. Hi Amber- yes would love to know if you found this as a current unadvertised offer in your store already? I haven’t heard anything from anyone else so please let me know. ty!

  9. amber- so you are saying your store is offering a free salad wyb 2 lean cuisine salad additions without a coupon now? I’m confused since kerry is saying this deal doesn’t start until sunday 2/3???

  10. @Lorrie- When you go thru Target’s Lookbooks, you’ll see that one of them has the Shopkick coupons. You can browse thru these, but remember to wait until you are at the register to use the coupons- they expire 12 hours after tapping the word “use”. Once you are at the register – tap the words Use This Deal, and up will come a coupon & bar code for the cashier to scan.

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