Kuner’s Canned Beans, Tomatoes and Vegetables Just $.16 Each With New Sale and Coupon

Kuner’s Canned Beans, Tomatoes and Veggies Sale and Coupon

WOW – Kuner’s Beans are on a super sale at Safeway for two weeks for just $.50 each can and there is still a Kuner’s Beans coupon available to print.  When you pair the sale with the coupon, you can get canned beans for just $.16 each!  AND – there is a new coupon that arrived in the Sunday inserts on 7/9 that makes these FREE.  This is a fabulous price for beans, tomatoes and canned veggies!  Choose from garbanzo, great northern, black beans, cannellini beans, kidney beans, canned corn, green beans, peas, diced tomatoes and more!  With this deal, you should stock the pantry with Kuner’s canned tomatoes, corn and beans!

  • Kuner’s Beans, Tomatoes and Canned Veggies on sale for $.50 through July 11

Be sure to check out a couple of great recipes we’ve created for Kuner’s products including Cowboy Caviar with Chili Lime Dressing and Black Bean & Corn Salsa.  Both perfect for a 4th of July cookout!

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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. *

2 thoughts on “Kuner’s Canned Beans, Tomatoes and Vegetables Just $.16 Each With New Sale and Coupon”

  1. Arthur Goodwinq

    The coupon you cite here ($1.00 off when buy 3 cans of Kuner’s Beans, Veggies, or Tomatoes) was refused by all three Denver Safeways where I tried to use it. In each case their system rejected it saying that applying it resulted in a negative balance. Store clerks could not override. When manager was called, either another reason was given (coupon does not have second bar code on it – the one used to verify unique ID of coupon – even though other coupons that did not have this were accepted), or manager said they could not override, etc.

    This same type of problem occurred a while back with a $1.00 off when you bought 3 Chobani Yogurt cups. When this yogurt was on sale at Safeway for $0.88 a cup, their system refused to accept coupon, again saying that applying it would result in a negative balance. However, same coupon WAS accepted at same Safeway when Chobani was $1.00 a cup.

    From this it appears that the Safeway system tries to apply the entirety of the coupon to a single item in the purchase, and if that item has a purchase price less than the total value of the coupon, their system rejects the coupon. So for both the Chobani and Kuner coupons mentioned above, the coupon appears only to work when the individual sale price for a single item is $1.00 or more.

    At least for the Choibani coupon, this is NOT how it works at other stores. Both Target and King Soopers took the $1.00/3 Chobani coupon with no problem when the individual price for a Chobani cup was less than $1.00. I can’t test this, however, for the Kuner coupon as Kuner’s doesn’t appear to be sold at either Target or King Soopers.

    A real bummer, overall. I was really prepared to stock up on Kuner veggies.

    1. really? I’m sorry that happened. I was able to use the coupon last month when it was on sale for $.75 a can and $.42 final price. I’ll ask my contacts at Kuner’s and Safeway about this scenario.

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