Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Key Food Weekly Ad, 6/10-6/16

Here are the matchups for this weeks' Key Foods ad. There aren't any great deals in the personal or household sections, so I left those sections off of the matchups this week. It's not a great week at any of the stores. I have a feeling that they're all winding down from Memorial Day sales and gearing up for Independence Day sales.

From what you all are telling me, it sounds like the best Key Foods store is the one in Valley Stream. Not only do they accept printable coupons, but they actually DOUBLE coupons up to $1. So, if you're headed over there anyway for a Wal-Mart run, you may want to go ahead and bring your Key Foods list with you.


Ball Park Beef Franks, $2.99

Beef Bottom Round Roast, $2.49/lb

Shoulder London Broil, $2.99/lb

Lean Ground Chuck (3lbs+), $2.49/lb

Allen's Chicken Wings (3lbs+), $1.79/lb

Ballpark Angus Beef Franks, $3.99 

Bar-S Franks, $1.50
$1/2 Bar-S products printable
(makes it $1) 


California Cherries, $2.99/lb

Jumbo Cantaloupes, $1.66

Strawberries 1lb, or Blueberry, Raspberry, or Blackberry Pints, $2.50
.50/1 Driscoll's berries printable
(makes it $2) 

Fresh Express Spinach 9oz Bag, $2

Seedless Red or Green Grapes, $1.99/lb

Vidalia Onions, .99¢/lb

Refrigerated Items

Florida's Natural Orange Juice 59oz, $2.50

La Yogurt 6oz, .50¢ (limit 24 containers) 

Skim Plus 32oz Milk, $1.99
$1 off Farmland Dairies Skim Plus product printable
(makes it .99¢) 

Organic Valley Milk 64oz, $3.99
.50/1 Organic Valley Omega-3 milk, half gal printable
(makes it $3.49) 

Land O' Lakes Spread 7.5-15oz, $1.49
.55/1 Land O Lakes Fresh Buttery Taste spread printable
(makes it .94¢) 

Borden Cheese 8-12oz, $2.49
$1 off Borden singles sensations, SS 5/22 or July All You Magazine
(makes it $1.49)  

Friendship 16oz Cottage Cheese, $2.99
.55/1 Friendship cottage cheese or sour cream printable
(makes it $2.44) 

Friendship Sour Cream 16oz, $1.99
.55/1 Friendship cottage cheese or sour cream printable
(makes it $1.44) 

Key Food Iced Tea 64oz, $1

Bailey's Coffee Creamer 32oz, $3
$1 off Baileys non-alcoholic coffee creamer SS 6/19 or printable
(makes it $2) 

Dannon Danimals, $2.50
$1 off Dannon Danimals, SS 6/05
(makes it $1.50)  

Frozen Items

Friendly's Ice Cream, B1G1 Free at $5.99
(makes it $3) 

Key Food Frozen Boxed Vegetables 9-10oz, $1

Key Food French Fries, $2.50

General Grocery

Kool-Aid Jammers 10pks, $1.66 (limit 3)

Honey Nut Cheerios 17oz, B1G1 Free at $5.19
.50/1 General Mills Honey Nut Cheerios cereal printable
(makes it $2.10 each- a great price for these BIG boxes) 

Key Food Apple Juice 64oz, $1.59

Carolina Rice 20lb, $7.99
.50/1 Carolina or River Rice, RP 5/01
(makes it $7.49)  

Green Mountain or Newman's Own K-Cups 12pk, $7.49
$1/2 Green Mountain Coffee, Newman's Own, Tully', Caribou Coffee, Cafe Escapes, or Celestial Seasonings k-cup portion packs printable
(makes it $6.99) 

Post Raisin Bran 20oz, Alpha Bits 11.5oz, Golden Crisp 14.75oz, Waffle Crisp 11.5oz, Honeycombs 12.5oz, $2

Smucker's Strawberry Jam 32oz, $2.99 

Mott's Apple Sauce 23-24oz Jars, $3

Franks Red Hot Sauce 12oz, $1.99
.50/1 Franks Redhot Sauce, SS 5/15
(makes it $1.49)  

Chex Mix Snacks 8.75oz, $1.99
.50/2 General Mills Chex Mix Reg or 100 Cal, 4.5 oz +, SS 6/12
(makes it $1.75)  


  1. A few questions nn the Skim Plus B1G1 deal.

    If you wanted to get the max three offers would you have to have six coupons?

    Also, does Key Foods allow for overage, or does is just make the item free up to the retail amount?

    Thanks so much for the matchups and help, i'm still new!

  2. Yes, you would need 6 coupons to get 3 offers. The coupon is a PDF, so you can print as many as you would like.

    As far as Key Food allowing for overage... There are some locations that won't even accept printed coupons. Other stores will not only accept them, but they will also double the coupons value. Each Key Food store has a different coupon policy, so you'd have to try and see.

  3. But, this is LAST WEEK'S AD. The new ad started Friday.


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