Great Ct Grocery Coupons: Through Dec. 13

Great Deals At Stop & Shop 12/7 – 12/13

Every week, I scour the grocery store flyers and match up coupons to all the sale items to bring you the best deals.  This week, I’m featuring Stop & Shop.  To see the deals and coupon match ups for Big Y, Price Chopper, Stop & Shop, ShopRite, and Geissler’s just stop by my website, Gina’s Kokopelli.



  • S&S chicken drumsticks, thighs, or whole chicken .99 lb
  • Assorted pork loin chops 1.49 lb
  • Pom Wonderful pomegranates 2.50 (.50/1 11-11-12 SS or printable = 1.50)
  • Navel oranges or red grapefruit 1.00
  • Progresso traditional soup 4/$5 ($1/4 11-11-12 SS = 1.00.  Buy 8, Use 2 coupons and get $2 in your Savingstar account)
  • Planters Nut-rition peanut butter 2.99 ($1/1 printable = 1.99)
  • Betty Crocker boxed potatoes 1.00 ($.50/2 printable = .50 each)
  • Ben & Jerry’s frozen yogurt pints 2/$8 ($1/2 printable = 3.50 each)
  • Mrs. Smith’s pie 2.99 ($1/1 12-02-12 SS, 11-18-12 SS,  or printable = 1.99)
  • Cracker barrel chunk cheese 2/$5 ($1/2 11-11-12 SS = 2.00 each + get free S&S pasta)
  • YoCrunch yogurt cups .60 ($1/4 09-09-12 SS = .35 each)
  • Purina Cat Chow 13-16 lb bag 11.99 (.99/1 printable = 10.01)


To see ALL the Stop & Shop Deals and Coupons Match Ups, go HERE.



Gina is the creator of Gina’s Kokopelli, a Connecticut blog dedicated to all things coupon, free and cheap. You can get more frugal tips, freebies, coupons, and great deals by visiting her blog at http://ginaskokopelli.comOr Gina also teaches couponing classes and would love to be invited to your organization or business to teach a class. For more information or to inquire about a couponing class, please email her at She’s happy to answer any couponing question you may have!

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1 Comment on "Great Ct Grocery Coupons: Through Dec. 13"

  1. Thanks for the valuable information. I went to the Stop&Shop (East Main, Middletown) courtesy booth several months ago and asked if they had a coupon policy- they hesitated, like confused, and basically said no. It didn’t occur to me to check online (who would, if employees tell you no.)

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