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Good DiGiorno Pizza deal starting10/14: print the coupons now!

Posted October 9, 2012


There's a very good deal on DiGiorno Pizza that starts next Sunday if you have the right printable coupons! Print the coupons now to get the best price starting on Sunday!

CVS will have the DiGiorno 12" pizzas on sale BOGO starting 10/14 according to the iheartcvs.com ad scan preview. There are printable coupons available for Buy 2 Get 1 Free and for $2 off any 2. Both coupons are from coupons.com, but you need to use different zip codes to get them. 

To print the Buy 2 Get 1 Free coupon, go to the Smart Shopper link in the box above and change the zip code to 63122.

To print the $2/2 coupon, go to the Smart Shopper link in the box above and change the zip code to 53213.

To change the zip code, look for the box that has "Enter your ZIP Code for even more coupons in your area!" next to it and put the zip codes in that box. Then go through the pages until you see the DiGiorno coupon and print it!

I don't know the regular price of the pizza right now, but with this deal, the pizza should be a very good price. Of course, it all depends on how the store will apply the coupons.  I'll have a scenario worked out for you once I see the price at the store in the next day or so.

The pizza will also be on sale at Walgreens starting on Sunday, but it looks like the CVS BOGO sale will be a better deal.  Thanks for hip2save.com for the zip codes for the coupons!


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Oct 9, 2012

    The price of 1 DiGiorno's at the CVS in Cary on Tryon & Walnut is $7.49. They only offer the pepperoni and supreme - no veggie or plain cheese option at that CVS.

    CVS will usually let you apply a coupon to a free item as well as the one you are buying in a BOGO sale. But you cannot double apply a coupon (meaning you can't count the free one from the Buy 2 get 1 free coupon to the $2 off 2 coupon).

    Sample scenario:

    Buy 6 and total before coupons = $22.47 (this is w/the BOGO price)

    Then use 2 of the Buy 2 Get 1 free coupons if you were able to print them. This takes off an additional $14.98 making your total at the register $7.49 for 6 DiGiorno pizzas! ($1.25 each!)

    Keep in mind that your store may not let you apply 2 of the Buy 2 Get 1 Free coupons with this BOGO deal so here's another scenario:

    Buy 4 pizzas and use 2 of the $2/2 coupons and your total at the register is $10.98 ($2.74 each - not such a great price but still decent).

    If you have another scenario, please share it!

  • ncveteranswife Oct 9, 2012

    According to hiptosave the coupons are no longer available. Sold out. No more pizza coupons.

  • ncveteranswife Oct 9, 2012

    No DiGorno's coupons in either zip code including the one I live in as well as one I used for Raleigh.

  • sarah234 Oct 9, 2012

    Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find the coupons in either of the zip codes listed. :0(

  • devilblue Oct 9, 2012

    Digiorno's is really good considering it's frozen. I add extra cheese and sometimes spinach and onions to perk it up a bit.

  • jeanne6 Oct 9, 2012

    in case anyone is interested, those zip codes also produce a coupon for $1.50/2 farm rich fozen mozz sticks which are bogo at food lion.makes them 2.50 ea vs reg price of 6.49

  • DianeNC Oct 9, 2012

    Haven't had any luck finding the Buy 2 Get 1 Free coupon with any of the zip codes provided, but will keep looking.

  • KittenClaws Oct 9, 2012

    Oh and I forgot to say, you can make the pizza you want and freeze it and you have your very own specialized frozen pizza!

  • KittenClaws Oct 9, 2012

    after discovering the fresh pizza dough at HT, I no longer buy frozen pizza! I never could find one I really liked and with the dough, I can add whatever sauce and toppings that I'm in the mood for. I like to use pizza sauce most of the time while my friend likes to use Bertolli spaghetti sauce.

    I'm not sure if it's more cost efficient or not, but it sure tastes better!

  • boxerlvr926 Oct 9, 2012

    I need another zip code to get the $2/2 .. I can't find it! :(