Jun 6

Trader Joes Best Deals 6/5/11-6/11/11

Here are the best Trader Joe’s grocery deals for this week. A special thanks to Jennifer from Healthy Life Deals for her help in compiling these deals!

Trader Joe’s is a specialty grocery store that accepts manufacturer coupons on products they carry. Although TJ’s does not have a weekly circular like most stores, they do have a Fearless Flyer available in their store quarterly. Below are the best deals based on coupons available this week, Sun. June 5th – Sat. June 11th, 2011:

Del Monte Pineapple $2.99
Buy 2 and use $1.25/2
Internet Printable Coupon or Internet Printable Coupon

Final Price: $2.37 each wyb 2

Morningstar Patties, links, or bacon – $3.39
Use $1.00/1 Internet Printable Coupon
Final Price: $2.39

Earth Balance Organic Butter – $3.29
Use $1.00/1 Internet Printable Coupon
Final Price: $2.29

Natures Gate Hand Soap – $4.29
Use $2.00/1 Internet Printable Coupon
Final Price: $2.29

For more Trader Joe’s deals, click here to see a full list of this week’s deals. To find a Trader Joe’s near you, click here. There are currently 7 stores in Northern VA, 8 stores in MD & 1 in Washington DC.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Patricia Longjohns June 7, 2011 at 7:58 pm

I never knew that Trader Joe’s allows coupons! Yay! Do you know where to get their coupon policy?

And do you know if Whole Foods accepts manus not from their newletter?

Thank you!


Laura June 8, 2011 at 9:55 am

Hi Patricia,
Yes, Trader Joe’s accepts manufacturer coupons, but they do not issue any coupons for their signature TJ brand items. The coupon policy is not online, but 4 months ago I emailed their customer service asking for specific verbiage of their coupon acceptance and here’s the response I got on Feb. 8, 2011:
“…We want our customers to have hassle free shopping experiences without worrying to remember to bring their club cards and coupons. So we sell all our products at the lowest possible prices everyday and do not offer coupons for the Trader Joe’s brand. We do accept all manufacturer’s for branded products, but do not double coupons.
Trader Joe’s
Customer Relations”

To answer your other question: Yes, Whole Foods accepts manufacturer coupons (even those not from their “The Whole Deal” newsletter or online here: wholefoodsmarket.com/coupons) but they only allow one coupon per item (no “stacking” or using a store coupon plus a manufacturer coupon on the same 1 item). Whole Foods does not have an “official” coupon policy online, so it can vary by store/manager, but from my experience it is pretty uniform across the DC-metro.


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