Save $1.00 on Alexia Sweet Potato Fries, Only $2.14 at Whole Foods!

$1.00/1 – Alexia Sweet Potato Fries – (coupons.com)
Available under zip code 90210

My family likes these sweet potato fries, so I try to put them with as many dinners as I can! Right now you can save big on this product at Whole Foods when you stack a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon. Check out this great deal:

Alexia Sweet Potato Fries $3.69, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Alexia Sweet Potato Fries – (coupons.com)
And use $0.55/1 – Alexia Potatoes, Whole Foods Coupon – (wholefoods.com)
Final Price: $2.14

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4 thoughts on “Save $1.00 on Alexia Sweet Potato Fries, Only $2.14 at Whole Foods!”

  1. Weam Hamed says:

    Ugh! I was so excited when I saw the post…until I realized it was only for the sweet potato fries…the only ones we don’t like. However, I do love this brand…just not a big fan of sweet potatos in general :/

    However, I can share a deal idea, that will work with this coupon, for Publix shoppers. Publix right now has all the Alexia frozen potatos on sale for 2 for $6.00 (It’s from the Yellow Advantage Flyer…I think the sale runs for 3 weeks…I’m not sure) 

    There was a Publix coupon booklet that came out last week, called “Freshen Up Your Menu” which has a $0.75/1 any Alexia product.

    If you don’t have that one there is another Publix coupon booklet, that came out this week, which is called “Money-Saving Coupons for Products That Can Help Make a Difference” that has a coupon for $1.00/2 any Alexia Frozen Potatoes. (if you don’t have this one either, you’re in luck! It’s also available on their website and you can print the coupon from your computer!)

    With the first one ($0.75/1) plus the $1.00/1, you can get the sweet potato fries for $1.25 each (you don’t have to buy two to get the deal, by the way). 

    With the second one ($1.00/2) plus two $1.00/1 coupons, you can get the sweet potato fries for $3.00/2 or $1.50 each (you have to buy 2 to be able to use both coupons). 

    I hope this is helpful, especially if you don’t have a Whole Foods in your area (like me) :D

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is very nice to have because it is easy & convenient. But, for $2.14, you can’t help wondering whether or not it would be a better deal just to buy a few sweet potatoes and make them fresh.