Grocery coupons for Ralphs, Safeway/Vons, Albertsons, Whole Foods, Publix, ShopRite, Fresh n Easy, Food 4 Less, Winn Dixie, Stop & Shop, Kroger, Wegmans, Trader Joe’s, and Giant Eagle for the week of Oct. 9-15, 2013. Now in alphabetical order!
My Coupon Database searches dozens of sites for all grocery and drugstore coupons available. New coupons added weekly!
Also check out our Monday roundups of coupon matchups for Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and Staples.
Albertsons – Get the full list of Albertsons coupon matchups later today from Save at Home Mommy.
Fresh n Easy – The Deal Fanatic posts this week’s Fresh n Easy grocery coupon matchups later today.
Giant Eagle – Lady Savings shares this week’s Giant Eagle deals.
Harris Teeter – This week’s Harris Teeter grocery coupons will be up later today on Capitally Frugal.
Kroger – Faithful Provisions shares this week’s Kroger grocery coupon matchups.
NEX – Military Wives Saving posts the best grocery deals at the Navy Exchange each week.
Publix – Southern Savers posted this week’s Publix grocery coupon matchups.
Safeway/Vons – Get all the Safeway/Vons coupon matchups and deals later today from Saving Cents with Sense.
ShopRite – Living Rich With Coupons posted this week’s ShopRite coupon matchups.
Stop & Shop – Look for this week’s Stop & Shop coupons from Coupon Divas on Friday, the beginning of their sale cycle. Or shop by Thursday for this week’s sale. The deals will be up later today.
Trader Joe’s – Healthy Life Deals shares this week’s Trader Joe’s deals.
Wegman’s – This week’s Wegmans coupon matchups are posted on Frugally Blonde.
Whole Foods – Get Whole Foods coupons from The Thrifty Mama later today. Our tips for saving money at Whole Foods.
Winn Dixie – My Baton Rouge Mommy shares Winn Dixie grocery matchups later today.
Grocery coupons – Get the latest grocery coupons from Coupons.com.
Redplum coupons – Get the latest coupons from Redplum.
New to coupons? Check out Bargain Babe’s post on coupon clipping basics. If you want to take advantage of these deals, make sure to save the coupon inserts you receive in the mail or with your Sunday newspaper. Here’s a great suggestion for how to handle coupon organization.
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