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NEW Cellfire Coupons


Cellfire released the following coupons for this month. Make sure you get them loaded on to your store card. You never know when you’ll find a good deal on something.

You can use these coupons at any of the following stores:

Safeway, Kroger, ShopRite, SHOP ‘n SAVE, King Soopers, Smith’s JayC, QFC, Hilander, Owen’s, Fry’s, PayLess, Cala/Bell, Dillons, Gerbes, Ralphs, Scott’s, Fred Meyer, Vons, Tom Thumb, Randalls, Pavillions, Genuardi’s, and Carrs.

Pillsbury® Frozen Grands! Save $.75
Save $0.75 when you buy any TWO Frozen Pillsbury® Grands!® Biscuits.

Green Giant® boxed Vegetables Save $.60
Save $0.60 when you buy THREE any variety Green Giant® Frozen Boxed Vegetables.

Pillsbury® Sweet Rolls Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy any TWO Pillsbury® Sweet Rolls OR Grands!® Sweet Rolls.

Pillsbury® Crescents Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy any TWO Pillsbury® Crescent Dinner Rolls.

Pillsbury® Refrigerated Grands! Save $.30
Save $0.30 when you buy TWO any size/variety Refrigerated Pillsbury® Grands!® Biscuits.

Pillsbury®  Italian Meal Bread Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy any TWO Pillsbury® Italian Meal Breads (Includes any Loaves, Breadsticks, Dinner Rolls, and Pizza Crust).

Pillsbury®  Cookie Dough Save $1
Save $1.00 when you buy TWO PACKAGES any variety Pillsbury® Refrigerated Cookie Dough.

Progresso® Soups Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy TWO CANS any flavor Progresso® Soups.

Total® cereal Save $.75
Save $0.75 when you buy any ONE BOX Total® cereal listed- Whole Grain Total®, Total® Raisin Bran, Total® Cranberry Crunch, Total® Blueberry Pomegranate, Total® Cinnamon Crunch, Total® Plus Omega-3s Honey Almond Flax.

Bisquick® Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE BOX 40 OZ. OR LARGER Original Bisquick® OR Bisquick Heart Smart® Baking Mix.

Betty Crocker® Cookie Mix Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy ONE POUCH any flavor 17.5 OZ. OR LARGER Betty Crocker® Cookie Mix.

Cheerios® Cereal Save $.55
Save $0.55 when you buy ONE BOX Original Cheerios® cereal (the one in the yellow box).

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Save $.55
Save $0.55 when you buy ONE BOX Cinnamon Toast Crunch® cereal.

Green Giant® Frozen Bagged Vegetables Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy any variety 19 OZ. – 24 OZ. ONLY Green Giant® Frozen Bagged Vegetables.

Chex Mix® or Snacks Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE any flavor 4.5 OZ. OR LARGER Chex Mix® OR Chex® 100 Calorie Snack.

Betty Crocker® Cake Mix/Frosting Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy BOTH Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® Cake Mix AND Betty Crocker® Ready to Spread Frosting (any flavors/varieties).

Yoplait® Cups Save $.40
Save $0.40 when you buy SIX any variety Yoplait® Yogurt cups (Includes Original, Light, Thick & Creamy, OR Whips!®) OR any flavor Yoplait® Original OR Light Smoothie.

Pillsbury® Holiday Cookies Save $1
Save $1.00 when you buy any TWO Pillsbury® Refrigerated Holiday Cookies.

Pillsbury® Savorings Save $1
Save $1.00 when you buy any flavor/variety Pillsbury® Savorings® products.

Green Giant® Valley Fresh Steamers® Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy TWO any variety Green Giant® Valley Fresh Steamers® frozen vegetables.

Betty Crocker® Muffin Mix Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE any flavor/variety Betty Crocker® Box Muffin Mix or Fiber One® Box Muffin Mix.

Pillsbury® Sweet Moments® Save $1
Save $1.00 when you buy any Pillsbury® Sweet Moment® Refrigerated Desserts.

Nature Valley® Granola Nut Clusters Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy ONE BAG any flavor Nature Valley® Granola Nut Clusters.

Betty Crocker® boxed Potatoes Save $.50
Save $0.50 when you buy TWO any flavor Betty Crocker® boxed Potatoes (Except Potato Buds® and Betty Crocker® Pouch).

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