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$2.00 Week (Pams Fresh Onions 1.5kg, NZ Cabbage, Fresh Up 1 Liter (2 Pack) @ Pak n Save


$2.00 week at Pak n Save. Click on the banner at the top of the page to go to your store to see the deals listed. Feel free to copy and paste your local store $2.00 deals

My local store (Richmond/Nelson) have these deals:

Pams Fresh Onions 1.5kg

Fresh NZ Cabbage

Bluebird Original, Thick or Thinly Cut Potato Chips 140-150g Varieties
Limit 2 Sets

Pepsi, Mountain Dew or 7Up 1.5 Litre Varieties
Limit 2 Sets

Fresh Up 1 Litre Varieties
Limit 2 Sets

Griffin's MallowPuffs or Toffee Pops 180-200g Varieties
Limit 4 Assorted

Nice & Natural Nut or Toasted Oat Bar 5-6 Pack Varieties

Balducci Pasta 500g Varieties

McCain Baby Peas or Corn Kernals 500g Varieties

Hellers Sliced Salami or Shaved Ham 100g Varieties.

Tuffy Paper Towels 2 Pack Varieties

The Natural Confectionery Co. Confectionery 200-260g Varieties

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  • +1 vote

    PnS Kilbirne:
    McCain peas 1kg
    Pam's self raising flour 1.5kg
    Raw sugar or icing sugar 1kg
    Pam's soy drink (?) 1L
    Pam's condensed milk 395g

  • +3 votes

    Check the individual stores' Facebook pages as well.

  • +1 vote

    When my local PS was running this type of promo last time, they had almost nothing included in the promo. Just a stand of sweets under the promo. Wish these promotions were universal so stores had the same products on sale.


      Did you actually go in store? While I don't have much experience with stores outside Auckland, I'd still be surprised if a store really had nothing. As I mentioned in more detail another time Pak'n'save came up, the deals page on their website is often fairly limited for a lot of stores with just a bunch of generic deals which the store allowed to show. As Avantime mentioned, some stores show more on Facebook. But some don't and there doesn't seem to be any real way other than visiting the store. (You can try harvesting their online database if you store does online shopping but even that is likely to be limited because Pak'n'save stores tend to have nominal deals all the time. If do it weekly you could probably work out when the price is unusual I guess.)


        How do I harvest a store database online?