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Weber Just Add Juice Marinades, Only $0.50 at Safeway!

Need some marinades for your summer barbecues? Head on over to Safeway where Weber Just add Juice Marinades are buy one get one free this week. Combine this with a coupon for added savings! Remember, Safeway doesn’t let you use your coupon on free items, so you will need to buy four for this scenario to work.

Buy 4 Weber Just Add Juice Marinades, 1.12 oz select varieties $1.49
Buy One Get One Free
Use one $1.00/1 Weber Seasoning or (2) Marinade Packets, limit 1 coupon per purchase/household from SS 6/17 (exp 8/15)
Or $1.00/2 Weber Seasoning or (2) Marinade Packets, limit 1 coupon per purchase/household from SS 5/20 (exp 7/31)
Final Price: $0.50 each when you buy 4

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6 thoughts on “Weber Just Add Juice Marinades, Only $0.50 at Safeway!”

  1. Llbieda says:

    Im in Illinois and they are 1.99 :(

  2. I cant see the exp date for the deal on your image.  When does this deal expire? I’ve been on Vacay for a month and away from my Safeway…gotta get some major shopping done this week!

  3. Jul says:

    I got these for free at Harris Teeter a month ago.  Tried the Lemon Pepper.  IMO, it was not very good.  Plus I had to waste like 3 lemons to meet their recipe suggestion.  I would probably recommend others try another flavor.  Good Luck!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Safeway gives FREE marinades when you purchase from the meat counter.  My store has about 10 different flavor choices.  (I learned this when I asked if they could cut a pork tenderloin that was on a stock-up price into steaks.  They can happily portion and wrap any meat (except chicken and turkey) they way your family can use it, and you get free marinades with each.  Try to go before 5pm and give them 5-10 minutes to get it cut. 

    • I’m always surprised how many people do not know what the butcher at Safeway and Raley’s stores will do for them. Safeway had whole chickens on sale for .99 pound. I had them cut the chicken for me and put a rub on it – no additional charge. I always have them separate my value packs of chicken or meat as well, each with a marinade or rub; and I have them double-bag them so I can easily freeze the meat. 

  5. SusanM says:

    They are .96 cents at my Walmart so they would be .26 cents, just letting you know.