Price Chopper Weekly Coupon Matchups 12/11/11

Posted at 10:00 AM on Dec 10, 2011 by I am THAT Lady: Lauren

Dec 10th, 2011

There are so many great deals this week at Price Chopper.  There are two $1.00 Doubler coupons in this weeks Sales Ad – the Ad says that these coupons are available for all stores, so you should have them.  The prices are reflected in the matchups if a great deal is available using a Doubler coupon.  You can only use (2) of these Doubler coupons per transaction.

There is also a HOT $5 Catalina deal when you buy 5 Central Market products – you can read the details about how to score FREE food this week using this Catalina deal!

Don’t forget this weeks Price Chopper Store coupons, click here to print them off.

If you are reading this post later on in the week, check to see this weeks updated deals here.

If you are new here, check out my Coupon Lingo page to become familiar with the abbreviations that I use here. You can also read the Price Chopper coupon policy here.

Don’t forget to check Coupons.comSmartSource, CouponNetwork, and RedPlum for more printable coupons to help keep your shopping costs down.

The items marked with this  are the best deals in my opinion.  Make sure you check off the items that you want on this list, then add your own custom items to make a customized shopping list.

Here are this weeks best deals at Price Chopper:

In ad Coupons:
Grocery Deals:
Household Deals:
Health and Beauty Deals:
Pet/Baby Deals:
Other HOT deals:
Spend $15 or more get $5 ONYO Catalina


  • Wendy says...
    Posted at 10:14 am by I am THAT Lady: Wendy
    Dec 10, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Is there a limit on how many of the doubler coupons you can use? I think I saw that it was 2 per transaction, but can you do more than 1 transaction?

  • Sarah says...
    Posted at 5:00 pm by I am THAT Lady: Sarah
    Dec 10, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    Tyson nuggets are 2/$10 in the ad this week (might be regular price) but there is a printable for .75 off the fun nuggest here. Not sure, but they might be included.

  • Katherine says...
    Posted at 3:11 pm by I am THAT Lady: Katherine
    Dec 11, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    My husband and I plan on getting the pizza dough – they have whole wheat! And it tastes amazing (especially on our pizza stone!). We plan on picking those up right before we check out, and asking for three frozen balls so they can go right in our freezer. The same with the nut bread and bagels. Their bagels go stale quickly since they’re fresh and do not have any preservatives like other brands. As a side note, when using those “doubler” coupons, I always put the products I’m applying them to at the end because it makes the transaction quicker. The same with any B1G1 free coupons. The cashier usually has to select those items from the list of products she’s/he’s scanned. It just makes everything easier if they’re right there at the bottom :)

  • lady says...
    Posted at 11:22 pm by I am THAT Lady: lady
    Dec 12, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    is the Axe and Edge coupon regional? i dont have either in my inserts :(

  • Melissa says...
    Posted at 10:18 am by I am THAT Lady: Melissa
    Dec 13, 2011 at 10:18 am

    The $1.00 off of All is from Does anyone know what zip code it shows under? I would love to stock up on another 4 bottles of it since we have to use free and clear in my household. Thanks!!

    • Lauren says...
      Posted at 10:21 am by I am THAT Lady: Lauren
      Dec 13, 2011 at 10:21 am

      It may be gone now, check red too.

  • Erin says...
    Posted at 6:45 pm by I am THAT Lady: Erin
    Dec 17, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    The $1/1 Nabisco Crackers printable is a manufacturer’s coupon but on it it says “Redeemable at Publix”. There is also a buy two get one free for Nabisco Crackers from It is also a manufacturer’s coupon but says “Redeemable at Walmart” on it. Both were refused at my local Price Chopper and I was just wondering if this is common? It was my understanding that because they are manufacturer’s coupons and they didn’t say “only redeemable at x-store” they should have been valid. Am I misunderstanding their intended use?

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