Vons/Albertsons: New JUST4U Coupons!!!

Vons and Albertsons store shoppers, there are new JUST4U digital coupons to load to your loyalty card for even more savings while you shop!

If you are in California, use zip code 89119 for vons.com and use zip 94611 for safeway.com. You must switch back to your local Vons or Albertsons grocery store and change your zip back to your local area.

You should be able to grab a free donut or bread in the Bakery depart, free banana, apples, spinach, a head of lettuce in the Produce department and a free yogurt.

Do your regular grocery shopping so that you don’t draw attention that you can getting free food at the grocery store.

{ 6 comments }

  • Nick November 8, 2019, 12:47

    Good offer but tiring: we moved to Vegas for 30 seconds but too many tourists, so we moved right back home!

  • tammy November 9, 2019, 20:48

    I picked up 2 limes at $0.59 but only one came off- my guess is each q only applies to one item but it can be less than $1. Lesson learned.

    • Ms. B. November 9, 2019, 21:14

      Tammy, for the most part, you can use those coupons one time per transaction. Also, you always have to look at the app to see if you see one or two coupons but regardless, it once per transaction. Keep in mind that you can do this across multiple cards/accounts. Yes, the coupons will work on anything that is less than a $1.

      • tammy November 9, 2019, 22:33

        I just thought that it was $1 off produce in one transaction. Each lime was $0.59 so I bought 2 expecting that the $1 would come off for both and I would pay $0.18 for both. Instead, if you buy 2 limes or 2 bananas, it will only come off one lime, one banana, one apple etc. even if each one is much less than $1.

        • Trish November 11, 2019, 10:56

          I’m thinking it’s because the price of the limes is “EACH”, so $0.59/each, it’s not going to take $1.00 off, the computer takes off the single price of $0.59. But on the bananas, the price is PER POUND. So I’d think if your banana cost was over $1.00, that the entire $1.00 would come off (the computer doesn’t know the price of a single banana!).

          • tammy November 11, 2019, 15:53

            I have a second card so tried that today and you are correct- as long as you pay by the pound and not the item it will come off.