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Beyond Meat products (incl. burgers + breakfast sausages) only $2.99 w/ $2 printable manufacturer coupon - May 19-25

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Nov 19, 2015
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SDM has the burgers for $4.99 starting Saturday.
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Oct 14, 2015
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Toronto, ON
I'm in Winnipeg. Several Safeway stores across the city are now refusing printed coupons, and one store manager specifically referenced the Beyond Meat coupons as being not accepted. Has anyone else experienced this?
Newbie
Aug 17, 2021
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Thanks for the coupon link. These are my fav burgers of choice. My husband who eats meat also likes these.
I've yet to see the breakfast sausages in BC though.
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Aug 16, 2015
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EmpressLisaSu wrote: Exactly right. It takes an INSANE amount of water and resources to breed cattle for beef. Plant based protein is the way to go.
Btw sometimes Costco has bulk impossible meat for sale. 900g for $13.99 (prob still expensive compared to ground beef though, dunno ground beef prices)
Yes, I would be perfectly happy if a large percentage of the population didn’t eat any meat. Then I wouldn’t have to think twice about when I do (already buy from butchers that buy from small local farms). Please everyone stop eating meat!
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Nov 16, 2016
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wpgsahm wrote: I'm in Winnipeg. Several Safeway stores across the city are now refusing printed coupons, and one store manager specifically referenced the Beyond Meat coupons as being not accepted. Has anyone else experienced this?
I believe i've had similar experiences with Superstore. I just tried again with a different cashier as some are super picky and only accept the ones on glossy paper that come directly from the manufacturer
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Jul 6, 2020
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hill15 wrote: SDM has the burgers for $4.99 starting Saturday.
Thanks for the heads up! Just noticed this today too! Would be awesome if anyone has a good points offer with a small minimum spend amount.
Newbie
Nov 15, 2016
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montreal, qc
Has someone seen the Beyond Meat products on sale for $4.99 in QC ?
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Aug 12, 2011
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Toronto
Just tried this for the first time today. Didn't really meet the high expectations I had from all the rave I've been hearing about this product. Can quite easily tell that it doesn't have the beef taste and texture is different unlike what most people claim that they can't tell the difference. Also there's a distinct flavor and it tastes weird, this is after mixing it all under the usual burger ingredients, the flavor still could not be masked.
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DanIsTheBoss wrote: Has someone seen the Beyond Meat products on sale for $4.99 in QC ?
Pharmaprix $4.99 for burgers.
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Mar 23, 2012
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I'm just gonna wait for the insect patties.
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hachi8 wrote: Just tried this for the first time today. Didn't really meet the high expectations I had from all the rave I've been hearing about this product. Can quite easily tell that it doesn't have the beef taste and texture is different unlike what most people claim that they can't tell the difference. Also there's a distinct flavor and it tastes weird, this is after mixing it all under the usual burger ingredients, the flavor still could not be masked.
I've tried all the fake meat products and the Beyond brand is by far the best tasting IMO. This is very YMMV as everyone has different tastes but I've stopped buying the others and just stock up when the Beyond stuff I like is on sale.

You can 100% always tell the difference. Their sausages are my favourite: when they're cooked on a grill (and not overcooked) I actually prefer them to meat sausages. Everything else I prefer the meat alternative but GF and I are trying to eat less meat when we can so its part of our rotation.
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Jan 12, 2005
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Will Sobeys actually accept this? The printable doesn't have a unique barcode and stores always give drama when that happens
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Jun 19, 2001
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No Sobeys here, but all you need to do is go to their site and read their own policy

"B: Internet Coupons

Expiry date on coupon must not have passed
Must have a Canadian redemption address
Can only be redeemed against the purchase of the item specified on the coupon
Respect the coupon face value even if higher than the price in effect
Re-imburse the difference in cash if the value of the coupon is higher than the price in effect
May not be combined with any other offer. Exception: Sobeys Direct Mail/AIR MILES Coupons
For BOGO, coupons will only be accepted for the item purchased, not the free item
Limited to one (1) coupon per item purchased unless otherwise stated on the coupon
Must include a picture of the product on the coupon. (Exception: Sobeys Direct Mail/AIR MILES Coupons)
Coupon will not be accepted if it is non-legible
Must not exceed a value of $25.00
Must have at least one (1) UPC. (Exception: Sobeys Direct Mail/AIR MILES Coupons)
Coupons cannot state “Mail In Offer” or “Mail In For Rebate”. These coupons must be mailed in by the customer to the address provided"
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Nov 6, 2011
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ariel wrote: Will Sobeys actually accept this? The printable doesn't have a unique barcode and stores always give drama when that happens
I used the $2 off coupon (times 2) at my Sobeys (in AB) just fine.
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Jun 15, 2011
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I used this coupon back in Feb for breakfast links/sausages. Loved it.

Took a while for me to find it.
Blanka
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Jun 15, 2011
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@marg8181

What page of the flyer is this product in? I went through it online but wanted to double check.

I would assume the price would be updated in stores on the shelves?
Blanka
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Dec 2, 2004
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GTA
My local sobeys didn't have them marked down on the shelf. But they scanned at $4.99. Used 2 coupons no problem. Went back in and bought a few more at $4.99. Good deal. Thx OP.

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