Stock up on Kuner’s Canned Green Beans, Corn & Peas Just $.29 at Safeway

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Stock up on Kuner’s Canned Veggies at Safeway

Stock the pantry with Kuner’s canned veggies and have an easy side dish for meals this summer!  The Kuner’s canned veggies are on sale for $.79 each with a Just for U Digital Coupon through June 29th.  

You can stack this price point offer with Kuner’s coupons for $.75 off 3 cans of Kuner’s veggies and you’ll pay just $.29 a can after the coupon doubles automatically at Safeway!    I was able to print 2 coupons.

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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. Prices may vary per location*

2 thoughts on “Stock up on Kuner’s Canned Green Beans, Corn & Peas Just $.29 at Safeway”

  1. Good deals if your Safeway will accept the internet-printed Kuner’s coupons!

    My local safeway will no longer accept ANY internet-printed coupons (actually they say they won’t accept photocopies, but they equate all internet-printed coupons with photocopies). When I was in Denver this wasn’t a problem given there were 4 safeway’s within 3 miles of me (so fact that 1 did this wasn’t an issue). But there is only 1 Safeway in Arvada (the town where King Soopers started and dominates almost completely still today), and the next closest one is a 10-mile round trip walk so the no internet-printed (coupons.com) coupons is a major pain.

    1. I’m so sorry to hear that Arthur! I will pass the feedback on to my Safeway contact as the coupon policy has not changed, so they should still accept the coupons.

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