ShopRite: FREE Turkey Hill Haymakers Drinks and $0.45 Skippy Peanut Butter starting 6/4!

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We have a few nice ShopRite deals starting Sunday. Grab some cheap peanut butter and beverages and get them home as low as FREE. Check scenarios below.

At ShopRite starting 6/4:
Buy one Turkey Hill Haymakers Drinks, $2.49
Use one $0.75/1 Turkey Hill Haymakers Drinks Printable Coupon – doubles
Use one $1.50/1 Turkey Hill Haymakers Drinks ShopRite eCoupon (coming Sunday)
NET PRICE: FREE!!

Buy two Skippy Peanuter, $1.99 each
Use one $0.55/2 Skippy Peanut Butter Printable Coupon – doubles
Use one $1.98/2 Skippy Peanut Butter ShopRite eCoupon (Coming Sunday)
NET PRICE: $0.90, that’s $0.45 each!

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Comments

  1. My Shoprite, although offering triple coupons up to .50 and doubles up to .99, will not allow a Shoprite digital coupon when a manufacturer’s coupon is used that reduces the price to less than the value of the digital coupon, even if the overage is .01. Disappointing change.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I’ve never shopped at ShopRite because I live in another part of the country, but I’m curious if you’ve tried self-checkout? I think I read somewhere that people have had some success with problematic ShopRite stores by going that route.