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Free Cuisinart Appliances at Albertsons

By September 12, 2011

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Many of the Albertsons stores have begun a free Cuisinart appliance program from now through Dec. 27, 2011 (16 weeks). This is a great opportunity to accumulate gifts by saving the Albertson's/Cuisinart stamps. You get one stamp for every $10 that you spend.

If you decide to collect the stamps remember not to be shy about accepting stamps from customers who aren't collecting them. Many times the customer in front of you will ask you if you want their stamps, before telling the cashier that they are not participating in the program.

Also, take the time to make sure that you receive all the stamps that you deserve, however it has been my experience (their last pan promotion) that I usually get more stamps than less. And check out the parking lot on the way to your car. I found several stamps just lying on the ground when I was collecting for the pans last year.

Here is the promotion and the breakdown of what you will need to spend on an average each week:

Can Opener
Free with 60 stamps.
$12.49 with 30 stamps.
$24.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend a little under $38 a week.

Coffee Grinder
Free with 80 stamps.
$14.99 with 40 stamps.
$29.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend $50 a week.

4-Cup Coffee Maker
Free with 80 stamps.
$14.99 with 40 stamps.
$29.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend $50 a week.

Hand Blender (great for shakes)
Free with 120 stamps.
$19.99 with 60 stamps.
$34.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend $75 a week.

Chopper
Free with 120 stamps.
$19.99 with 60 stamps.
$34.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend $75 a week.

Waffle Maker
Free with 120 stamps.
$22.99 with 60 stamps.
$44.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend $75 a week.

Griddle Junior
Free with 170 stamps.
$34.99 with 85 stamps.
$69.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend around $107 a week.

Blender/Processor
Free with 190 stamps.
$44.99 with 85 stamps.
$89.99 regular retail.
To get this for free spend around $119 a week.

For complete terms visit your local Albertsons customer service desk.

See also: Saving on the Family Food Budget

Comments
December 27, 2011 at 4:53 pm
(1) Nancy Starr says:

I have saved the correct number of stamps for the Cuisinart junior griddler and the advertisement said that I had until Jan. 10 to redeem. When I went to the store today to get the griddler, I was told that there would be no more available. Is than any way to get what I have been saving for? If not, this is a very misleading and disappointing advertisement and I will take the major part of my shopping elsewhere in the future and will not participate in any enticement offers.

Nancy Starr

December 30, 2011 at 11:26 am
(2) teresa ives says:

in Phoenix (my stores) if they are out of the product you want they would/ will check other stores in the area for you. also they ordered more and when they came in I got a call. this was for the cookware deal they did a couple years ago.

December 30, 2011 at 7:42 pm
(3) Sue says:

I have been trying to get the appliance I saved for at my store in NM for about a week. I was told that more appliances will be delivered to the store, and I will be called when they arrive. They added my name and phone number to a list. I have not been called, yet. I think that if Albertsons doesn’t come through on this, I will stop shopping there.

January 31, 2012 at 9:35 am
(4) MatG says:

My store in NM has been repeatedly out of stock of everything but the lowest tier of appliances. I’ve been told more will be in multiple times, but they only seem to get more of the coffee grinders and can openers. They took my name, said they’d call, and never did. I wrote Albertson’s, and the local store finally called, but they just said they had other items I could choose from. It’s been a month of constantly getting the runaround.
I have stamps representing over $2000 of regular shopping. Albertson’s had been my store of choice because they had a better selection of organics than the Safeway.
Regarding the promotion: what a hassle and what a bust. Not a thing worth having.
Regarding Albertson’s: My grocery dollars just left for a different store.

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