$2.50/2 – Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Fresh Chicken Breast Items, any – (coupons.com) (zip 94509)
$1.00/1 – Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Fresh Chicken Breast Item, any – (coupons.com) (zip 94509)

It’s not often that coupons for chicken come around!  Don’t waste anytime printing out this new $2.50/2 Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Chicken breasts! These are sure to go on sale in the next few weeks. But for now here is a price at Safeway:

Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts Thin Sliced, 1 lb $5.99
Use $2.50/2 – Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Fresh Chicken Breast Items , any- (coupons.com) (zip 94509)
$1.00/1 – Foster Farms Boneless Skinless Fresh Chicken Breast Item, any – (coupons.com) (zip 94509)
Final Price:  $4.74

Thanks, The Frugal Find

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27 thoughts on “*HOT* $2.50/2 Foster Farms Chicken Breasts!”

  1. M in NV says:

    Looks like the $2.5/2 coupon is gone, but I did get the $1!
    What tips can you offer for finding zip codes with the best offers on coupons.com?

  2. Marissa says:

    This chicken was %50 off yesterday in SoCal at Ralphs. Got two pre-seasoned packs for 1.89/lb after coupons.

  3. E says:

    Try this link:
    http://www.coupons.com/couponweb/Offers.aspx?pid=13306&zid=iq37&nid=10&bid=alk0420090438f3378c5c422712

    It’s on the third page fo the “food” coupons once you input the zip.

  4. E says:

    Linsdey, I just printed mine a few seconds ago using that zip, then click ‘Food’ on the left to narrow the results. They’re there unless they disappeared very recenctly!

  5. lindsey says:

    I can’t find the chicken coupons, are they gone? Tried the zip you gave…

  6. TracEy says:

    I agree with “E”. A lot of us may be new to couponing (including me) and we are trying to understand how to use coupons to our best ability by asking perhaps simple questions by the pros who have been doing this for much longer than we have. We all have to start somewhere and asking questions is a great beginning. I’ve always been told that a stupid question is one that was never asked. If we don’t ask, we don’t learn.

  7. E says:

    I’m good at math and don’t always understand the deals at first. No need to hate on those who need a little extra help in understanding!

    • Linda says:

      That is what my response was going to be, and I am good at math and have been couponing for years and I am new to extreme couponing and really need the extra help.

  8. katie says:

    My target in the grocery section had target coupons on the chicken breast ranging from $1-$3 off, stacked with this coupon it’s going to be such a good deal!! I already thought getting it for $3 yesterday was a good deal, now even cheaper!

  9. Kay says:

    Got both coupons but cant find that kind of chicken in my area. :~( Target didnt have it and we dont have a Safeway. Any other suggestions?

  10. You cannot stack manufacturer coupons at Safeway. We are just showing you the price of purchasing two using the higher value coupon. But we want you to have both coupons even though the higher value one is obviously better, in order to stock up!

    The final price reflects what you would paid for each package of chicken. Hope that helps!

  11. Ashlee says:

    people who are not good at math should not coupon. driving me crazy that this concept is so hard to understand. i can only imagine how joanie and heather feel! goodness!

  12. Mary says:

    No one in my area sells this brand of chicken…oh well. My local Spartan store had bonelss-skinless chix breast on sale 2 weeks ago for .99 cents a pound. I purchased 20# and precooked & stored it in the freezer. Makes for an easy dinner later. Great coupon though, wish I could take advantage of it.

  13. Karie says:

    She is simply giving a scenario using the higher valued coupon:

    Buy 2 Foster Farms Chicken $5.99ea
    Use $2.50/2 Mfg Coupon
    Pay $9.48 total (OR $4.74 each WYB 2)

    That’s all! :)

  14. Patrice says:

    You can’t stack manufacturer coupons…not sure how they are getting to the $4.74 total?

    • Lucky808 says:

      I think she made a mistake in calculating the actual cost.

      2 @ $5.99 = $11.98 less $2.50 coupon, would be $9.48.

      She didn’t double the mfg coupon…she took the one with the better savings.

  15. Melissa says:

    Need help..The coupon isn’t showing up under my zip code..:( Any suggestions or is it gone already?

  16. Erica says:

    Yes, same question here. Does safeway let you stack manufacturer’s coupons or something? Please let us in on the best way to do this one! :)

  17. julie says:

    im confused when it pops up for me there is no coupons for chicken? im new here am i missing something

    • Michelle says:

      You have to go up to your profile on coupons.com website and change your zip code to the one she posted above (94509) once you do that and save it you will find the coupons.

      • Beth says:

        I am so frustrated. I live out east and I can’t get the same coupons y’all are finding through coupons.com! Even when I change zipcodes! Does anyone have any suggestions? Grocery prices out here are draining us! Seriously, a gallon of milk is almost 4 bucks! Please help!!

  18. Cecia says:

    OMG! Best deal for me since I started couponing! LOVE IT! Thank you so much!

  19. Amy Powley says:

    Great coupons! I only wished I had known about these coupons earlier my Ralph’s had Foster Farms chicken for 50% off ending today.

  20. Sandy says:

    I tried to print both coupons, and I keep getting a message that says “Web Page has expired.”

  21. Tiffany says:

    Hahah wow…..two!

  22. Tiffany says:

    Don’t both of those coupons come out as manufacture coupons ? I thought you couldn’t use to mf coupons together?