February 14, 2012

*HOT* Top Foods – S&W Collection Beans only $0.25! *Stock-up Price*

TOP Foods has a serious *stock up* price on S&W Recipe Collection Beans with an in-ad coupon. The beans are on sale for $0.75 cents a can (which is a HOT price for these to begin with) – use the $1 off 2 manufacturer coupon in the ad and you’ll pay only $0.25! There doesn’t appear to be any limit! The jalapeno black beans are perfect for Crockpot Taco Soup.

Here’s the deal:

S&W Recipe Collection Beans – $0.75 each
Use $1/2 manufacturers coupon located in ad
OR $1/2 S&W The Recipe Collections Beans 02/12/2012 SS Insert (exp 05/31/2012)
Final price = $0.25 cents each!

TOP Foods ads can vary regionally – so you may or may not have this same offer at your local store. This was found in the Olympia, Washington ad. If your local store is out of stock – get a rain check, the coupon (in-ad and from the newspaper) are good until 5/31/12!

Other deals worth checking out include:

Haggen butter, 2 pounds – $1.99, with in-ad coupon, limit two

Haggen natural spring bottled water, 24 pack – $2.88, with in-ad coupon, limit two

Fresh Express Garden Salad, Cole Slaw or Shreds – $1 each

Stash tea – $1.67
$1/2 Stash Tea 02/05/2012 RP Insert (exp 05/31/2012)
Final price = $1.17 each

Asparagus – $1.79 a pound




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  1. Top Foods at South Hill Puyallup took 6 manufacturer coupons for 12 cans of beans in one transaction. No problem.

  2. I just wanted to share this with you, I took the time to e-mail TOP foods about my issue today and they took the time to send a very quick and thoughtful/helpful response. I hope that this means that other folks heading to TOP will not have the same experience that I did:

    “Good afternoon Brandi,

    I just received your email about your shopping experience today and I would like to sincerely apologize. We do take manufactures coupons and it should have been perfectly fine to scan the beans and the coupons in one transaction.

    I will look into the matter and talk to our Front End Crew to make sure everyone understands our coupon policy.

    I am very sorry about the confusion and the embarrassment this has caused you.”

    They also offered a gift card to make up for the issue. They were really caring and I truly hope that they get the coupon situation figured out.

    • Brandi –
      Thank you so much for emailing TOP Foods and for the update here! It’s very helpful. I’ve heard people have had issues with the Tacoma TOP Foods before – similar to this, so I hope they work with the store to help them understand what “One per purchase” means. It’s nice they emailed you back so quickly and will be addressing it.

  3. Were you using multiples of their in-ad manufacturers coupons? I rarely get their ads mailed to me and wonder if I use the actual insert coupon—would I get any grief? Guess I will find out soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. I JUST tried this deal at my local Top foods (in Tacoma off of Union).

    YMMV on this deal. I normally don’t shop at Top foods and so I am unfamiliar with how coupon-unfriendly they are. I attempted to purchase 8 cans of beans using 4 of these coupons and was told I could only use one of the coupons. A line started to form while I cheerfully tried to explain to the cashier that the term “one coupon per purchase” did not mean the same thing as “one coupon per transaction” but she was not hearing it. I politely said I would take my purchase to customer service instead, because I did not want to hold up those behind me. The customers behind me were VERY polite about the whole thing.

    When I got to customer service they proceeded to tell me that I couldn’t just “take all the coupons” and that “one coupon per purchase” meant they wouldn’t allow multiple of the same coupon in the same transaction. They called their manager who confirmed the same thing over the phone. I tried in vain to explain that if I had come in with multiple of another coupon, they would have let me use it, but they did not want to oblige.

    Ultimately they accused me of wanting to do 4 separate transactions in order to use the 4 coupons, which I did not want to do. They said “well, we’ll let you use two of the coupons but that’s it” and they scanned two of the coupons just fine. there was no beep or anything.

    This whole ordeal was frustrating and embarrassing over a few cans of beans and I wanted to warn your other readers that this one may not be worth making a special trip for.

  5. Do they keep extra ads in the store? I never see their ads in the newspaper.

    • These come in the mail – I’d ask at customer service (the actual desk) I’ve never seen the ads int he store – but I can’t say I’ve gone looking – I have however found that customer service ROCKS at both the tops I shop at ๐Ÿ™‚

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