HOT! Get Heinz Mayonnaise 30 oz. for Just $.49 at Safeway

Heinz Mayo

Heinz Mayonnaise Deal at Safeway

Just in time for BBQ season, score a great deal on Heinz Mayo at your local Safeway!  We’ve been searching high and low for this new Heinz Mayonnaise because it has such an amazing offer that goes with it and we’ve found it finally! This new Heinz Mayo is made with 100% cage free eggs.

Hopefully you will also find it at your local Safeway store.  We spotted this at the Broadway and Alameda location.  It’s so new it didn’t have a price tag yet, but it scanned at $4.99 at the register.

Check out some recipes we’ve shared that need mayo:

Avocado Deviled Eggs

Bacon Deviled Eggs

Red Potato Salad


  • Heinz Mayo – $4.99 everyday price
    • Submit ibotta rebate for $4.50 cash back on 1 Heinz Mayo (exp. 5/1)
    • Final Price = $.49

If you are new to ibotta, read more about this free grocery cash back app here and download it today.  You can get an extra $10 cash back when you redeem your first rebate!

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* Please note – Savings information is based on Colorado pricing and the Safeway Coupon Policy for the Denver Division which includes Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota. Your market may vary.*

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2 thoughts on “HOT! Get Heinz Mayonnaise 30 oz. for Just $.49 at Safeway”

  1. Your article above is a bit confusing as introductory comments are about Heinz Mayonaise, yet the deal summary that follows twice refers to Heinz KETCHUP instead of MAYONAISE.

    1. LOL! Thanks. I was in a rush and it’s unusual for Heinz to have a mayo product, especially because they are owned by Kraft, who already has the monopoly on mayo. And I digress. I updated the post. 😉

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