Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Whole Foods Market: FREE Rotisserie Chicken & FREE Flower Bouquet (Select States ONLY)!


Wow! Check out these freebies you can snag at Whole Foods:
  • Go here to print a coupon to snag a FREE Rotisserie Chicken (NO other purchase required)!

  • Go here to print a coupon to snag a FREE Fiesta Flower Bouquet ($5.99 value) or if you don't want the bouquet, then you can use the coupon to get $5 off ANY bouquet of your choice!


**Please note the above coupons are only available to use in the following states: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina. Also, both coupons are valid thru September 15th.

Are those awesome coupons or what?!


(Thanks, TheThriftyMama!)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

CA always seems to be excluded from the good free coupons :(

Tatergirl said...

Terrific! I've already printed a couple. You've been busy today! Thanks for all your hard work.

Anonymous said...

AWESOME coupons!!!

Thank you so much for all of your hard work!

Elizabeth M.

Melissa Salmon said...

wow, what great deals, busy day for you today, thank you!

trash2cash4u said...

SWEET!! I live near the MS/TN state line and the closest Whole Foods is in Memphis so I will be sure to use these coupons!!! It seems I usually can't use the regional ones, so I'm very excited!

Anonymous said...

Oregon gets left out too :(

Jaime said...

Wow! I know what's for dinner tonight!

Anonymous said...

Doesn't include Oklahoma either. :-(

Anonymous said...

IL out of this promo that suck!!

KiKi said...

Just enjoyed the chicken dinner while viewing my bouquet of flowers and thinking about my free organic oj for breakfast. Thank yoU!

christa said...

Free OJ ooooh tell me more

Anonymous said...

thank you HIP 2 Save lady!! I enjoyed my chicken, flowers and OJ. I always tell my friends that yours is the best site. I check it daily when I can because you just never know what great deals will appear!

Tianna said...

Deal's down, btw.

Tatergirl said...

I got my chicken and flowers today. When I got back I discovered that the coupons were only meant for specific email subscribers. They have withdrawn the offer, but continue to honor the coupons already printed. I applaud them for that, although they probably don't have a choice considering they can't know who should have a coupon and who shouldn't.

Kathy said...

I was thinking about trying this if available in my area, but when I went to check I saw it was pulled due to being meant for only specific e-mail subscribers. While we all like a "free lunch", whoever distributed that openly (and I am NOT saying you, or even that you knew) is jeopardizing future such promos like this. I want stores to continue to offer coupons.