Copps/Pick N Save Double Daze Deals 2/25

These are the best deals I could find for this week. Remember that coupons are doubled when your order is more than $25 after store discounts and promotions and when you use your card. You also have the option to split your order to get more than five coupons to double. I regularly do two transactions at least. I list most of the totals after doubled coupons so you can get an idea of what could be cheap or not. The final decision of what to double is yours.

Please make sure to compare this list to your local ad.  Northern and Southern Wisconsin carry different ads.  If you don’t see any of these items on your local ad then check the coupon matches here.  You may find some small regional price discrepancies.

Not Familiar with Copps/Pick N Save/ Rainbow Foods coupon policy regarding internet printables? Read more here.


Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner $0.39 after in-ad coupon (Limit 2)
Use this $1/1 wyb Kraft deluxe Mac & Cheese or Velveeta Shells and you may have a good deal i your hands after doubled coupon.

Muir Glen Organic Pasta Sauce 2/$5
Use $1/1 coupon from 2/8 inserts or this internet printable coupon
Pay $0.50 each after doubled coupon

Dean’s Dip 8oz 10/$10
Use $1/2 coupon from 1/25 inserts
Free after doubled coupon

Dannon Activia or Danactive 2/$4.50
Use $1/1 coupon from 1/11 inserts
Pay $0.25 each after doubled coupon

Trident White Gum 10/$10
Use $0.75/1 coupon from 1/18 inserts
FREE after doubled coupon

Huggies Baby Accessories 2/$5
Use $1/1 coupon from 1/11 inserts
Pay $0.50 each after doubled coupon

Bic Soleil or Comfort3 buy one get one or 2/$5.99
Use $2/1 coupon from 1/18 inserts
Pay $1.99 for two after coupons


Buy three selected Kelloggs cereals 3/$9 and geta  coupon for a free gallon of milk (up to $3.50).  Use this $1 off two Kelloggs Frosted Cereal coupon.  Pay $2 each box after doubled coupon and get the coupon for $3.50 back.  That’s like paying $0.83 a box.

OK, these are all the deals I foud for this week.  Surely I am missing something?  I can’t believe the list is so short.  Did you find any other great deals?  Please share!

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  • Pop Secret is also on sale for 10/10, you can combine that with mq (ex 3/8/09) for .50/2, doubled if you like for some cheap pop corn.

    I’m not sure if the Dean’s Q will work, isn’t the q for a larger size then what is on sale?

    There’s a lot of Yoplait printables from, one I think is 1.00/8, which would double well with the store sale of 10/5.

    And Pillsbury meal breads are BOGO, I have a IQ .60/2, I don’t know if Pick N Save will allow a q with a BOGO sale, but I’ll try it out.

    And on the side, I called customer service today to find out about wine and double coupons…

    If you spend $25 in wine, you can then double five q’s in that transaction.

    Little Penguin wines have a two dollar off meat purchase hang tag (as well as a $15 MIR on six) cost is 6.39 a bottle. My plan is to get six bottles, 6 packs of meat just over $2.00 (wings, pork chops), save 10% for buying six bottles, and double five coupons for Muir Glen Pasta Sauce. All together, six bottles of wine, $12 meat, and five jars of sauce will be between $38-40. If you can do the mail in rebate, take off an additional $15! I’ve all ready cashed in on that deal however….LOL…

    have fun doubling!

    • Hey Mollie,
      Thanks for the deal on the popcorn. I may seriously consider it. We eat popcorn everynight. So 50 cents a box is not that bad.
      You CAN use a coupon with BOGO sale. I have used one coupon per item with no problems.


  • Lea

    Our Copp’s ad listed Nexcare bandages 2/$3. You alerted us to this coupon a couple of weeks ago when they were on sale.

    Use $1/2 coupon link below: (google nexcare coupons if this link doesn’t work) (after doubling .50 each)

  • Melissa

    I just went shopping today–great deals! I got 6 packages of the Bic BOGO razors for $5.69(they had bonus packs of 4+2 extra) and was able to use the $2.00 off MQ for each of them–so–$5.07 for all 6 packages! They also had Gortons popcorn shrimp $5.99 BOGO and I used 2 $1.00 MQ’s which then doubled so 2 popcorn shrimp for $1.99.

  • Kim

    This post has nothing to do with coupons, but everything to do with popcorn. A while back in an All You magazine I saw a blurb about making your own microwave popcorn. Put 3 small handfuls (about 3-4 T. ) of popcorn in a brown lunch bag, fold the top over, and pop in your microwave for about 2 minutes (depending on microwave power). no oil needed and best of all (IMO), no weird “buttery” smell! Considering how inexpensive a bag of regular popcorn is, I thought it was a good alternative to microwave popcorn, even when you factor in the cost of the lunch bags. Yum, all this talk about popcorn is making me hungry…. I too was shocked at the lack of deals this week.

    • Hi Kim,

      I am going to have to stop by the dollar tree and get some lunch bags to give this a try. How do you keep the bag closed while the popcorn is popping? Thanks!

  • Kim

    I been getting the “giant” sized lunch bags from Target, but I”m sure regular sized works just as well. I like to have the extra room in case I throw in an extra handful of kernels. If you are going to use regular sized bags, try 2-3 T. first and see how full the bag gets to make sure it stays sealed. I just fold the bag over once or twice and make sure the fold is creased and it stays sealed just fine. Our microwave is a 900W one and I have to cook the popcorn just over 2 minutes. I usually stop it when the popping slows down, just like regular microwave popcorn. I like butter on mine, so I melt some and just pour it over the popped corn while it’s still in the bag and shut the bag and give it a good shake and that’s that!

    I think you’ll like it. It’s air popped popcorn without the noisy machine. I think its a great way to make popcorn and everyone I tell about it doesn’t really believe that it is that easy.

    BTW, I saw your piece on the news a while back and thought it was great!

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