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EARN 4X GAS & GROCERY* POINTS when you buy participating items + $10 OFF Grocery Purchase with 5 Rewards + $20 OFF Grocery Purchase with 7 Rewards
Expires in 15 days
Hunt's Tomato Ketchup<br>20-oz, select varieties<br>All Items on This Page are Participating Extreme Value Rewards. All limits are per household. Selection varies by store.
Extreme Value Rewards valid Sept. 1 thru Nov. 2, 2021.
*MAXIMUM GAS REWARD IS $1 PER GALLON AT SAFEWAY STATIONS. Savings are limited to 25 gallons for one vehicle per transaction and/or transaction dollar limits on your payment card set by your financial institution. Other restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details.<br>
EARN 4X GAS & GROCERY* POINTS when you buy participating items + $10 OFF Grocery Purchase with 5 rewards + $20 OFF Grocery Purchase with 7 rewards
Expires in 15 days
Hunt's Diced Tomatoes<br>14.5-oz select varieties<br>All Items on This Page are Participating Extreme Value Rewards. All limits are per household. Selection varies by store. Extreme Value Rewards valid Sept. 1 thru Nov. 2, 2021. *MAXIMUM GAS REWARD IS $1 PER GALLON AT SAFEWAY STATIONS. Savings are limited to 25 gallons for one vehicle per transaction and/or transaction dollar limits on your payment card set by your financial institution. Other restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details.<br>
2 for $5.0
Expires in 19 days
Hunt's Snack Pack, Sour Patch Kids or Juicy Gels Snack Pack<br>19.5-33 oz. pkg., 6-pk., 3.25 oz. pkgs<br>
Expires in 3 days
Hunt's Spaguetti Sauce<br>24 oz.
Salsa para Pasta Hunt's<br>
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