Here's a GREAT new stockpile deal available at HEB this week on bags of Oreo Thins!
Now through October 4, 2016, we can snag full-size bags for just $1.74 each after all discounts -- well under the usual $2.98 shelf price.
First things first: If you're new to HEB couponing, you'll want to go here for my how-to guide to piggybacking.
Otherwise, the following deal won't make much sense:
- Oreo Thins -- priced at $2.98 per bag, with a digital coupon available on your HEB mobile app for a free bag of HEB Party Size Chips when you purchase two bags (valid through October 4, 2016.)
- HEB Party Size Chips -- 20 oz bags priced at $2.98 each.
- Buy two bags of Oreo Thins and one bag of chips for a pre-coupon price of $8.94.
- Piggyback the 75 cents off 2 Oreo Thins coupon from the 8/21 Smartsource insert with your digital coupon for the free chips.
- Remember, you aren't stacking in this scenario -- you are buying three items and only using two coupons.
- Your price drops to $5.21 for all three items, or just $1.74 each!
- UPDATE: Submit for this $1.15 off 2 Checkout 51 rebate for additional savings!
Now, if you still happen to have a $10 P&G catalina coupon to use (no longer available to earn) AND you can shop by Tuesday, September 27, you could do this larger version of the deal:
- Buy eight bags of Oreo Thins and four bags of HEB Party Size Chips for a pre-coupon price of $35.76.
- Give your $10 catalina coupon FIRST to knock your price down to $25.76.
- Next, piggyback four 75 cents off 2 coupons from the 8/21 Smartsource along with your digital coupon (which will get you four free bags of chips.)
- Your price drops to $10.84 for all 12 items, or just 90 cents per item!
- Note that the P&G catalina coupons expire on 9/27, which is why you need to shop by then for this scenario.
As always, I recommend you have a copy of the current HEB coupon policy printed or pulled up on your phone when you go to check out.
Even though piggybacking is specifically permitted in the HEB coupon policy (as of a year ago, actually!) some cashiers are still not aware of how the policy works. And trust me, you will save yourself a lot of aggravation if you can refer to it right away at the register!