Fred Meyer weekly deals: 1/23 – 1/29

by Melody on January 24, 2011

Don’t forget to add eCoupons on to your Fred Meyer Rewards card through Cellfire, and

Transfer a prescription to Fred Meyer before January 29th and you will get $25 loaded on to your Fred Meyer Rewards card.  This is SUCH an easy way to help add to your grocery budget! 

What a great week at Fred Meyer!  I am definitely heading in for red potatoes, cauliflower, cheese, yogurt and butter.  They seem to consistently have good deals on items we can’t always find coupons for, which makes my grocery budget very happy. 🙂


Broccoli crowns or cauliflower .68/lb
Organic avocados $1.25
Mayan sweet onions .79/lb
Fresh Selections classic garden salad 12 oz .78

Carrots or red potatoes 5 lb $2
* Great price for either 

Kiwi fruit 3/$1
Organic navel oranges .98/lb

* These can be stacked with a manufacturer coupon

Kroger brand medium cheddar cheese 2 lb $3.50 (first 2)
* This is a GREAT price for cheese!

Fred Meyer yogurt 6 oz .30 (first 10)
* Right around my stock up price

Fred Meyer extra large eggs dozen $1.67 (first 6)
Fred Meyer orange juice concentrate 12 oz .79 (first 4)

Fred Meyer butter 16 oz $1.67 (first 3)
* Definitely stock up, there hasn’t been a good butter sale in awhile

Fred Meyer canned vegetables .50 (first 10)
* My stock up price 

Healthy Choice or Marie Callender’s frozen entrees $1.67 (first 6)
– B5G1 Healthy Choice (1-2 SS, regional)
$1.38 each wyb six!

Starbucks coffee 11 or 12 oz $5.99
– $1/1 (11-21 SS)
$4.99 each!
* Look for $1.50/1 Starbucks Natural Fusion tearpads, I have seen these in several stores, including FM and these are ALWAYS included in the sale 

Country Oven or Vita-Bee bread
Country Oven buns $1.25 (first 8)

Oscar Mayer deli meat 7 or 9 oz $2.50 (first 4)
– $1/2 (Game Day Playbook coupon booklet)
$2 each wyb two!
* Check out Coupon Connections NW for details on how to get these $1.59 each.  A little higher than my stock-up price at 8 cents/oz, but this is pretty good quality lunch meat. 

Tums (select varieties, up to 150-ct Original) $2.99 (first 4)
– $1/1 24-ct or larger printable 
$1.99 each!
* This is a really good price for Tums

Kroger hand soap 7.5 oz .69
* Fantastic price, no coupons required! 


Big K soda 2-liter .69

Fred Meyer foil or plastic wrap $1.25
* Size isn’t listed, but worth checking out as this is a decent price

Fred Meyer bath tissue 12-double or 24-single rolls $3.99
* Works out to about 17 cents per single roll, which is decent

Naturally Preferred organic frozen berries 10 oz $2.50
* I think this is a decent price for conventional frozen berries, let alone organic 

Langers juice 64 oz $1.67
* Tons of offers for free products wyb Langers juice here

YoPlus yogurt 4-pack $1.99
Load $1/1 Fred Meyer eCoupon (
99 cents or 25 cents per yogurt!
(Thanks Frugal Chic Living!) 
Star olive oil 25 oz $4.99 w/ coupon from Extra Savings booklet
– $2/1 17 oz or larger printable
$2.99 each! 
* My stock up price for olive oil is 17 cents or less, this works out to 12 cents per ounce
(Thanks Frugal Chic Living!)

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Charlie January 24, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Question. Do you freeze the cheese and yogurt? Thanks Mel 🙂


Melody January 24, 2011 at 10:11 pm

I do freeze cheese all the time, but not in the bricks. It tends to get super crumbly, so if you were going to use it for sandwiches or burgers, probably not the way to go.

I always freeze the 8 oz bags of shredded cheese and they turn out great. This is a fantastic price on cheese, so if you wanted to buy a few bricks to freeze, just shred them first and throw them in a Ziploc freezer bag.

Check the expiration dates on them as well, sometimes they don't expire for months, so I am able to leave them in the fridge for awhile.

I have never frozen yogurt. I did freeze sour cream once and had to throw it away, the consistency was pretty gross. I'm kind of imagining it would be the same way for yogurt. You could possibly freeze and throw in the blender for smoothies, then the consistency wouldn't matter so much. Anyone else have input?

Great question!


Meg January 25, 2011 at 12:47 am

Thanks for the stock up price side notes. Very helpful for someone who doesnt really know what a good price is for certain foods!


Melody January 25, 2011 at 12:53 am

I'm working on a comprehensive stock up price list, but I figured I could add in these easy notes on each item. It's so hard to deciper what is a good price and what isn't, glad it helps!


Anonymous January 25, 2011 at 6:17 am

I freeze Gogurts all the time and they turn out great. Never froze actual cups of yogurt, but I imagine it would be close to the same as Gogurts.


Melody January 25, 2011 at 2:07 pm

I forgot about Gogurts, I freeze those all the time too. My husband takes them to work sometimes, by the time he is ready to eat lunch, they are thawed and ready to go. Thanks for the reminder!


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