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Free Dozen Eggs at Dominick's (Chicago Area)

submitted on October 9, 2010 by HouTex in "Stores / Merchants"

Just register at . The offer is for their Fresh Value Card members, completed registration and activation is required to receive the free offer.


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    Posted by shopcheap on October 9, 2010
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    I went there earlier this weeks, and I had concerns about how closely they were checking my shopping habits, and I decided not to sign up. Eggs are bad for me anyways!
    Thanks, though Smile
    • HouTex
      Posted by HouTex on October 9, 2010
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      Wow, did you sign up here just so your first action would be a negative vote?
      I don't exactly call that "thanks".... Eeek
      [you said] - Thanks, though Smile

      Just because you don't want to get this offer yourself, doesn't make it a bad deal.

      I'm sure if you look around the site, you can find lots of other freebies and deals that you can take advantage of without compromising your privacy. Smile
  • 82779
    Posted by webbyone2010 on October 9, 2010
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    Dominicks is so overpriced, it's not even worth free eggs to shop there. Evil
  • 82781
    Posted by YanBz on October 9, 2010
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    I think it is an OK deal. Dominicks is one of the grocery stores we have in the area and a dozen of free eggs can't hurt. As for privacy, this is what you have to lose more an more if you want to get discounts from stores.

    Loyalty cards -- the ones you whip out at Safeway or CVS -- have effectively set up two sets of prices: One for the regular consumers, one lower set for the consumers who willingly let the companies track your buying patterns via the card. And now, the tradeoff between personal information and pennies on the dollar will move into other areas, like where you happen to be every day.
    • midget
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      Posted by midget on October 9, 2010
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      If I'm not mistaken, Dominicks is Vons which in turn is Safeway. If I'm wrong someone correct me.

      I am a Vons loyal shopper. Yes, they have higher prices than most stores but everything there always looks fresh and something you would want to buy.

      I won't buy produce or meat at any other store. Now, things like canned goods I'll buy other places in a heartbeat cause those things are the same everywhere and are always cheaper at other markets. But for fresh baked goods, meat and produce vons has the best(imo)and I'm willing to pay more for it.
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    • YanBz
      Posted by YanBz on October 9, 2010
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      I discovered recently that Jewel (which is almost the same as Dominicks) has cheaper canned soup (when on sale) than Walmart - $1 vs $1.5 for a can of Progresso. I always thought Walmart would have the lowest prices on this stuff. Same applies to Post Select cereal and some other brands. That said I never buy fresh produce at either Jewel or Dominick's because the prices are outrageous
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    Posted by tammy987 on October 10, 2010
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    Don't live in Chicago, don't have a Dominicks, Vons, Jewel or Safeway, but if I had a chance at free eggs, I'd sign up and get the eggs. If the store is too expensive, then don't go back. Smile

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