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Top’s savings on Gorton’s frozen fish deal: Use coupons, get extra gas points

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Top’s Friendly Markets are located throughout Western New York and parts of Pennsylvania. You can find the location nearest you by visiting Top’s website and putting in your zip code. You can also load coupons directly to your Tops BonusCard for use at the store.

In the Top’s Friendly Market weekly ad beginning March 30, you will find Gorton’s frozen fish on sale buy one, get one free. On top of the weekly savings and coupons you can earn additional Top's GasPoints just for buying the Gorton’s frozen fish and also for using coupons. The Gorton's frozen fish sale at Top's applies not only to the breaded fish selections, but also the Gorton's Grillers selections, see store for details.

Make sure to take your Tops BonusCard in order to get your GasPoints. The Gorton’s frozen fish sale will earn you GasPoints. Several varieties are on sale buy one, get one free but no price is listed in the ad. Use the Gorton’s $1 off one coupon from the February 2 SmartSource insert. You get two boxes for the price of one and save an additional $1 on your transaction. If you do not have a Top's BonusCard stop at customer service to get yours free.

You will receive 20 Top's GasPoints for each box of Gorton’s frozen fish you buy. Not only will you gain 20 GasPoints for each box of Gorton’s frozen fish you buy, you will gain 10 GasPoints for each $1 off coupon you use, up to 10 coupons per transaction per household per day. That is 30 gas points per box of Gorton’s frozen fish you purchase before Saturday, April 5, when the sale ends. You will also earn your regular 10 Top's GasPoints per every $100 spent at Top's Friendly Markets.

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