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Freschetta Pizza $1.49 at Meijer

by Tara Kuczykowski on October 3, 2012 · 7 comments

Here's a great deal available at Meijer this week on Freschetta Pizza!  Combine this new $1.50/1 Freschetta Pizza Meijer coupon with this $1/1 Freschetta Pizza printable (Facebook) coupon or this $1.50/2 Freschetta Pizza printable coupon if you're not on Facebook, and you've got pizza for as low as $1.49 with the Facebook coupon or $2.49 each without the Facebook coupon.  This is a great stock up price for busy weeknight meals! Here's the deal:

Freschetta Pizza, $3.99 ea.
$1.50/2 Freschetta Pizza printable coupon or
$1/1 Freschetta Pizza printable (Facebook) coupon
$1.50/1 Freschetta Pizza 12 oz or larger (Meijer coupon -can only be used once)
As low as $1.49 after coupons!

Check out more great Meijer deals before you go.

Thanks, "Cents"able Momma!

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Shannon October 3, 2012 at 12:08 pm

The Meijer Mperk coupon is a Manufacturer coupon. It has been my experience that Manuf. digital coupons will not stack with paper with Manuf. coupons. Has someone actually tried this?


2 Jen October 3, 2012 at 1:47 pm

That is correct. You cannot stack, but in Tara's deal, you wouldn't need to.


3 Shannon October 4, 2012 at 2:09 pm

I must be reading this wrong then, and I apologize if I am. But, isn't this saying to stack the Meijer digital coupon with the Facebook coupon to get it for $1.49?


4 Jen October 4, 2012 at 3:35 pm

Nope, it's saying that they're on sale for $3.99 but if you load the mPerks coupon to your account ($1.50) that it will reduce the cost to $2.49. You won't even need any paper coupons - just the mPerks coupon. HTH.


5 Shannon October 5, 2012 at 9:34 am

Jen, the title of this post says you can get Freschetta for $1.49 at Meijer. I understand that if you just use the Mperk you will get it for $2.49. Can you explain how I'm going to get it for $1.49 as both the title and body state, without stacking the Mperk and a manufacturer coupon? The 2nd sentence of the body clearly says "Combine" coupons. I do not see see a scenario of coupons, because they are all manufacturers, that can be combined to make pizza for $1.49. But, yes, you did restate that we can use one coupon and get it for $2.49 (which is not what the title of the post suggests, nor what my question was)

6 Julie Curry October 3, 2012 at 12:48 pm

I did it without the second coupon - put the $1.50 coupon on my MPerks - I'm eating the pizza as I read this - it's pretty good! And not bad for $2.50 it fed four last night and I'm eating the leftovers for lunch!


7 Amber October 3, 2012 at 12:52 pm

I was able to print 6 coupons from facebook for every email of mine couldve printed more and they each have a different number wow!


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