Free Snapware Containers at Fred Meyer

Fred Meyer is the place to go to purchase Snapware containers using the coupon that came in the latest Sunday paper Smart Source insert.  They are regularly priced at $2.49 – $2.99 & when you use the $3 coupon, you’ll get them for FREE. The $3/1 coupon doesn’t expire till December 31, 2011, so plenty of time to do this deal. (Thanks Sarah!)

Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s Fred Meyer deals as there are some great deals going on with their Anniversary sale + Triple bonus points with coupon.

Deal Idea:

Snapware Containers – $2.49-$2.99
Use $3/1 Snapware Food or Home Storage Product from the 10/16 Smart Source insert
Final Price: FREE
Thanks Coupon Connections for the deal & picture!

I’m definitely going to check this out as we are always needing reusable, plastic containers for meals we make in MOPS. I’m the Care Team coordinator for our MOPS group and we provide meals to moms who have new babies, have surgery, etc. It makes it so much easier to bring a meal to someone in one of these types of containers & then they don’t have to worry about bringing back the dishes.

I also discovered today that Cash & Carry, a restaurant supply store (there’s one in Spanaway/Lakewood area that I went to, but I know there are several around the area) is a great place for the foil pans. If you frequently make meals for others or just do a lot of freezer meals ahead of time, they definitely had some of the best prices I’d seen on these containers. They were around $3  for 6 foil pans. Anyone seen any other places that have great deals on food storage containers?

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Comments

  1. Jonna D says

    I have recently purchased twin packs of 9×13 aluminum disposable pans for .99 at Grocery Outlet.

  2. Michelle says

    I always check out the container/storage section at the Dollar Tree…sometimes they are rather flimsy, but today I found some pretty nice 2 qt. plastic storage ‘jars’ with screw on lids. They’d be great for soups…or also for sundries like rice or dried beans.

  3. Tonya Barnes says

    Party City’s are pretty cheap, but a couple times during the year they have a coupon where they are about .59cents

  4. J.C. says

    I’ve had good luck in the past at Dollar Tree–2 pans for $1. There are various sizes so not all are more than a single pan, but the ones I usually use for similar purposes are in sets of 2, if not 3 sometimes.