Who doesn’t love bacon? I suppose that there may be some of you out there who don’t, but for those who think that bacon should be its own food group, read on! We have a new coupon for Oscar Mayer bacon, plus another new coupon for Oscar Mayer hot dogs. Keep the coupons for a sale, or take them to Walmart for these deals:



Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon, 12 oz $2.98, regular price
Use $1.00/2 – Oscar Mayer Bacon, any – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $2.48 each, when you buy 2


Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs, 16 oz $2.78, regular price
Use $1.00/2 – Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs, 16 oz – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $2.28 each, when you buy 2

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13 thoughts on “Two New Oscar Mayer Coupons—Save on Hot Dogs and Bacon!”

  1. Dawn G says:

    Amanda unless you have a stockpile that is impossible. I would sugest getting creative. Use what you have add milk or water to the formula. If you get some free stayfree pads line the diapers with them. Sounds silly but older people do it all the time, full coverage, but saves the diaper most of the time. Buy a big pack of ramen noodles. Look around yor house for change. When I am low on funds I will buy the cheapest thing I can to help make a meal. Then go to a you scan / self checkout early or late in the day, and buy what I need one nickel at a time. Good luck I know how hard that can be. Also look for a discount on gas. Looks like this week you will need to think outside the box. Are husbands take are deals for granted, they are not always there.

  2. windsong says:

    Our save-a-lot store in Indiana has turkey bacon (butterball) on their 10for10 so 1.00 a package which i price matched at wal-mart – maybe check your area

  3. Amanda Graef says:

    This is a great deal but still expensive for my budget right now! I am hoping that any of you can give me a few tips. My husband usually gives me a $40 spending budget every week which I use for my couponing. This week his pay check was not big at all and we only have $80 until next week thanks to car smog & registration. Here’s where I need your help I only have $5 to spend on a weeks worth of groceries!!! YIKES!! Including formula & diapers. BIGGER YIKES!! The other $75 has to go in hubby’s gas tank so he can get to work. Any tips, ideas, help would be grateful!! :-)

    • Dawn G says:

      sorry I replied above and not directly to you. Read my other responses. also if you have friends with a garden hit them up. Also bartering with your friends or family your sister has 4 toothpastes and you have 3 free stayfree maxis, trade 1 for 1.

      • Amanda Graef says:

        We lost our food stamps because hubby makes too much. We have WIC but by a thread and they only provide certain items and not enough formula to last until the next check month. I did manage to turn my $5 into $10 by going to Walgreens and purchasing 10 velveeta mac & cheese dinners (on sale for $2each) I used 10 $1/1 mfr q’s and $1/2 Walgreens q from the booklet. I paid $5 and got back $10 oyno Catalina. Just wish I could figure out how to get the coupon thing down really good. I have been couponing since February this year so 7months. I am still in the organization phase and trying to find away that works for me.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sounds like you did a great job with the Velveeta deal, Amanda! I suspect that you’re better at couponing than you think you are : ) Keep at it and slowly build whatever kind of stockpile you can. Best of luck to you and your family!

        • Courty says:

          I don’t know when you lost your food stamps but the income limits just changed in August, so I would give it a second try. If you need any help with food stamp help, don’t hesitate to contact me (my former job was helping people with food stamps).

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree with Dawn unless you have a well stockpile it will be impossible..The only suggestion I would make..I don’t want to offend you but have you look into a food pantry to help you out till you get situated..I know the food pantry stock more than just food..hth.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sounds like you need some community help. The church and/or the food pantry should be able to help. I went on food stamps for a month once so we could eat. You need to do what you need to do. When life is a little better you can grow your stock pile so it isn’t so hard when times are tough.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s sounds like you’re in an extreme situation right now, Amanda. The commenters are right–you might want to look into temporary food stamps or family/community help for a bit until things improve for you. I’m hoping that they improve soon! Good luck, Amanda