Pick’n Save Monopoly Is Back


(Okay, did everyone else groan when they saw the insert or read the above or was it just me? These contests do seem to drive some traffic to the blog and probably to Pick’n Save, but I consider them a pain in the butt. Even though I consider the contest a pain, I still save the stupid little pieces and the monopoly board, etc. just to wind up disappointed. Maybe the smallness of the pieces and being a regular weekly Pick’n Save shopper, so I wind up with tons and lots of duplicates but no monopolies, is a part of the frustration.)

Starting on Sunday, May 20th and running through Wednesday, August 29th or until all game tickets have been distributed. There will be over $4,500,000 in prizes and free products, plus tens of thousands of dollars in special coupon offers. (More $.25 off coupons?)

1. Pick up your game board from any Pick’n Save or Copps store.
2. Receive a game ticket every time you shop between May 20 and August 29.
3. Open the game ticket to reveal your four game markers, a special coupon offer, two free game tickets on your next visit or free product.
4. Moisten the glue strip on the back of the game markers and place on the matching game play area on the official game board.
5. Complete the game play area with matching markers and win that prize.

Look for the bonus items tag on the shelf to earn bonus game tickets. Each week there will be different bonus items and I will only list well priced bonus items for the week in the normal coupon matchup page with a notation that it is a monopoly item.

This week, we have a few matchups that were not in the normal ad that are listed here.
These prices are good 5/20 through 5/30.
Buy 6 Kellogg’s cereal, bars or fruit snacks 8.9 to 25.5 oz. or 5 to 10 pk. at regular price, get $10 off and a coupon for a free gallon of milk
There is a matchup on the normal weekly ad for this deal.
Chef Boyardee canned pasta 15 oz. $1 (There is also a matchup on the normal weekly ad for this deal.)

Johnsonville Smoked or Cooked Sausage 12 to 14 oz. $3
Use $1 off 1 Johnsonville Premium Fully-Cooked Sausage, any (DND) from 05-13-12 SS
Use $1 off 2 Johnsonville Smoked or Cooked Sausage, any from 05-06-12 SS
Use $1 off 1 Johnsonville Chicken Sausage, any from 04-29-12 SS or 3/25 SS
Use $1 off 1 Johnsonville Pork & Chicken Sausage, any from 04-29-12 SS or 3/25 SS
Final Price: as cheap as $1 after double coupon, dependent on how coupons matchup to sale.

JOhnsonville Pork Sausage Links or Patties 12 oz. $3
Use $.75 off 1 from 2/5 SS or 3/25 SS
Final Price: $1.50 after double coupon (Not sure if I have anymore of these coupons left.)

DiGiorno or Tombstone Mini Deep Dish Pizza 13 to 37.8 oz. $6.49
Use $1 off 1 DiGiorno Italian Style Favorites, any from 05-13-12 SS
Use $1 off 1 DiGiorno Pizza Dipping Strips, any from 04-29-12 SS
Use $.75 off 1 Digiorno Pizza Dipping Strips, Any from May 2012 All You magazine
Final Price: as cheap as $4.49

Extra or Wrigley’s Slimpack Classic Gum 15 ct. $.75
Use $.50 off 2 Extra Gum 15-stick packs, any from June 2012 All You magazine or May 2012 All You magazine
Use $.50 off 2 Extra Printable (Walmart)
Final Price: $.25 each after double coupon

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About skirnirh

I am a wife and mother of one who lives in San Jose, California. I enjoy couponing, walking/biking outside, financial matters, exercise, cooking and health news.
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3 Responses to Pick’n Save Monopoly Is Back

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  2. Kim Turney says:

    Last time, I found an easy way to do this monopoly thing.
    1. on a piece of paper, write down the numbers you will need
    2. cut the ends the monopoly pieces, and open them up
    3. Have someone call out the number, and you cross off the one that’s needed.
    4. Cut off and lick/tape the one(s) needed.
    This way, you don’t have to find each number on the monopoly sheet, wasting time.

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