Menards deals — Fall Catalog ad running 9/14/14 – 9/28/14

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Menards deals for the Menards fall catalog ad running 9/14/14 – 9/28/14. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items.

  • This overlaps the Menard Days ad running through 9/21, so check out those Menards deals.

Free after rebate deals

  • 3′ vinyl gutter screen, $1.49 get $1.49 rebate limit 60.
  • Drill strap bit holders with 12 bits, $4.99 get $4.99 rebate limit 2.
  • Adjustable measuring cup, $4.99 get $4.99 rebate limit 4.

*** Click here to read the rest of this week’s Menards deals! ***

Ultra Foods deals week of 9/17/14 – 9/23/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 9/17/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alcohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days, but limits to 12 like coupons per trip.

Confused by abbreviations in this post? See lingo for newbies.

Top deals

  • Remember to grab your mobile coupon for FREE milk! Text ultra to 223344 to sign up for text messages from Ultra Foods, and as a thank you they will text you back a mobile coupon for a FREE gallon of Centrella milk. You’ll need a smartphone for this one, since it opens up on a webpage.
  • Select varieties of Progresso veggie classics soups, $.88, plus save $1.50 on crackers when you buy five. So: Buy five Progresso veggie classics soup for $4.40, plus Ritz for $2.00 = $6.40. Get $1.50 instant savings on crackers = $4.90. Use two $.50/2 Progresso in the 9/7 SS2 or print $1.00/4 here = $3.90 for all six products, or $.65 each.
  • 8 lb russet potatoes, $1.48.
  • Country Hearth bread, $1.29. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Local corn, 4/$1.00.
  • 20-24 oz Frigo string cheese, $3.48. Print $.55/1 here and get it for for $2.93.
  • Marcal 12 double roll tissue or 8 roll paper towels, $3.88 limit 4. Use $1.00/1 in the 8/17 RP.
  • Wed-Sat only: Hostess Twinkies and cupcakes, $1.88 limit 2. Print $1.00/2 here to get them for just $1.38 each, if you’re nostalgic for Twinkies now that they are back…
  • Wed-Sat only: 73% ground beef family pack 5lbs+, $2.48/lb limit two packs.

*** Click here to read the rest of this week’s Ultra Foods deals! ***

Reader deals 9/16/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Caputo’s

  • Regarding deli ends, Liz says: “Angelo Caputo’s Hanover Park has them – also in the deli area in back corner”

Household tips

  • On the Ziploc Perfect Portions, gramma shares: “the plastic conforms to the meat (unlike Ziploc bags themselves), and thus helps to prevent freezer burn.”
  • Anne comments: “I would like to share a tip on hot peppers and contacts. I’ve found that the Clear Care contact solution does a GREAT job of removing those oils from the contacts. When I used to use the multi-purpose-type solutions, I would take the contacts out fine, but when I went to put them back in, they were contaminated by the residual oils on my fingers and would burn like crazy. Since switching to Clear Care – not a problem at all. It’s hydrogen peroxide, so you have to be careful not to use it like a rinse, but I am a huge fan!” I totally agree! It was recommended to me by an optometrist many years ago and I only use that type now.

McDonalds

Savers

  • From Outlander: “Savers in St. Charles is closing. Everything 50%off and today is the last day. Still quite a bit left I think.”

Sears Outlet

  • Martha posts about the free swimsuit on Facebook: “I went to the Naperville store, and really all that was there was non-matching separates for both girls and women (didn’t bother looking for boys/mens). So unless you’re able to be creative with the tops and bottoms, you might be wasting your time.

Target

  • Shandelle reports: “The GoPicnic items are also generating $1.50/2 target store coupons at the register! I’ve gotten 4 of them so far. So they can stack with the free coupon. The free coupon also says $2.98 off but scans for $3 off.”
  • And she asks: “Are there any other kinds carried at Target? I’ve been picking them up at Target every time I’m there since the coupon came out.. I have so many (good donation items) but I’m wondering if they carry any other kinds than the 3 breakfast ones.”

Valli

  •  Emily on the deli ends: “I believe they are in the bottom of the open cooler with the macaroni and potato salads across from deli now”

New $1.00 Enjoy Life coupon + Ibotta!

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Here’s a brand new $1.00/1 Enjoy Life product coupon. Print limit is two!

  • Now, stack that with the Enjoy Life Ibotta rebates through 9/19 on various products at either Target or Whole Foods, like $1.00 back on Plentils, $1.00 back on cookies, and more. Plus redeem three or more Enjoy Life rebates through 9/19, get a $2.00 bonus.
  • And, at Whole Foods, there is a $1.50/2 Whole Foods coupon to stack from the July/August Whole Deal, if you still have (no longer available to print but still valid til 9/30).

Enjoy Life products are a favorite with Junior High Guy, and are gluten free + top 8 allergen free.

Cuisinart Keurig system $70 shipped

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Get this refurbished Cuisinart SS-700n Keurig brewing system for just $69.99 with free shipping on eBay deals!

Perfect for both personal use and entertaining, this single-serve home-brewing system offers consumers fresh gourmet coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and more in under one minute. Choose either 4, 6, 8, or 10 ounce from the icon on brewing size options. Using Keurig K-Cups featuring over two hundred varieties of pre-measured, premium brand coffee and tea–this brewer s innovative one-touch technology makes it easier than ever for consumers to enjoy a wide array of hot beverages. No matter which cup size you choose, the Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System , working in conjunction with K-Cup, always produces the perfect cup every time.

One-Touch Control Panel

Your brewer is equipped to dispense hot water to make hot chocolate, tea, soup, and more. Your brewer is also equipped with a rinse cycle to flush out residual flavors. The rinse cycle will dispense about 4 ounces of hot water.

Top Ten Berkot’s deals week of 9/18/14 – 9/24/14

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Here are the top ten Berkot’s deals for the week of 9/18/14 – 9/24/14.

  • These deals are from the North version of the Berkot’s Super Foods ad, covering New Lenox, Mokena, Orland Park, Lockport, and Manhattan. If you shop at another Berkot’s, some of your prices may differ, so please check against your local ad.
  • You can view your own Berkot’s Super Foods ad online here.

Top Ten Berkot’s deals

  • 3 lb bag of Illinois grown Golden or Red Delicious apples, $1.99.
  • Locally grown XL green bell peppers, 3/$1.00.
  • Berkot’s country style bacon, $2.99/lb.
  • Pork deals: Center cut pork chops, $1.99/lb. Pork butt sold as roast only, $1.99/lb. Country style pork ribs, $1.99/lb.
  • Bunch locally grown organic kale, $1.50.
  • Rinaldi pasta sauce, $1.00.
  • Illinois grown fresh green beans, $.69/lb.
  • 8-12 ct Sparkle paper towels or 8-24 ct Angel Soft, $4.99 limit 2. For Sparkle, use $1.00/1 in the 9/14 RP or print $1.00/1 here. For Angel Soft, use $.45/1 in the 9/14 RP or print $.55/1 on Facebook.
  • Brown n Serve, $1.00.
  • Minute Maid, Barq’s, Flavors 2 liters or Powerade, $.69.

Jewel deals week of 9/17/14 – 9/23/14

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Here are the best Jewel deals and coupon matchups I see at Jewel-Osco for the week of 9/17/14. If your paper ads don’t come until the Wed. Tribune, you can sneak peek the Wed. ad on Tuesdays, here.

Confused by abbreviations in this post? See lingo for newbies.

Top deals

  • 36 ct double roll Quilted Northern, $12.49. Use $1.00/1 in the 9/7 RP1 to get it for just $11.49, which works out to $.16 per single roll equivalent.
  • Green seedless grapes, $.99/lb.
  • 8 oz Buddig premium deli meats, BOGO at $2.49.
  • Old Orchard 100% 64 oz juice, 3/$5.00. Print $1.00/2 blends and $.50/1 juice here to get it for $1.17.
  • Essential Everyday pizza, $3.00. The September Big Book of Savings at Jewel has a store coupon for $.60/1 Essential Everyday thin crust pizza (limit one per transaction). Stack with the new $1.00/1 manufacturer printable here for a total of $1.60/1, so $1.40 after both.
  • Buy four select GM products, get a free case of Jewel water instantly. The best deal here is Go-Gurt: Buy four for $8.00 + a case of water, use two $1.00/2 printable coupons here, and pay $6 for all five products.
  • Maruchan yakisoba noodles, $.59. Use $.50/1 in the 8/17 SS for $.09 noodles.
  • Looney Tunes 80 ct baby wipes, $1.00. (At my stores, these are not in the baby section but in a separate $1.00/$2.00/$3.00 dollar deals section.)
  • Top two Special K instant savings deals (must buy four mix/match participating items for this price):
  • Top two Butterball instant savings deals (must buy five mix/match participating items for this price):
    • 12 oz Butterball turkey bacon, $1.49. Use $.75/1 in the Sept. AY or print $.75/1  here. Just $.74 after coupon + instant.
    • Butterball 13 oz smoked turkey sausage, $1.49. Use $.75/1 in the Sept. AY or print $.75/1 here. Just $.74 after coupon + instant.

*** Click here to read the rest of this week’s Jewel-Osco deals! ***

40% off your first order at ThredUp

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If you haven’t yet checked out ThredUp, now’s your chance: New customers get 40% off their first order with code AY40 or 40SNP through 9/19! ThredUp sells gently used clothes (they check everything before putting it up for sale) at significant discounts, and you never know what you’ll find.

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ThredUp is also a great place to earn cash or ThredUp credit for your own gently used clothes, without the hassle of selling them piece by piece on eBay. They’ll send you a free bag, and you can choose to have them donate the items they won’t accept (great if you were just going to donate anyway) or pay for those items to be returned to you.