Cheap single serve Kettle chips shipped to your door

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How about some non-GMO & Kosher salty goodness shipped right to your door? Clip the 15% off coupon on this 72 pack of Sea Salt Kettle brand potato chips on Amazon, then check out with subscribe & save to get them for just $23.62 shipped, or $.33 a bag.

  • 72 – 1 Ounce Bags of Kettle Brand Sea Salt Potato Chips
  • Made with Natural Ingredients; Non-GMO Ingredients
  • No trans fat or preservatives; Kosher Parve;
  • BPA Free
  • Product of U.S.A.

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(For more about combining coupons with subscribe & save, see the guide here.)

(Thanks, Couponing for 4)

Friday Freebies roundup 9/19/14

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Fresh Fantastic For-sure Friday Freebies — since the alliteration was fun last week, let’s round ‘em up again this week.

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Go to Whole Foods TODAY — Four Enjoy Life products $.69 each

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This is in my earlier Whole Foods deals post, but I wanted to pull it out separately so no one misses it, since today is the last day for the Ibotta rebates that make this such a good deal.

Four gluten free, top eight allergen free Enjoy Life products $.69 each at Whole Foods 9/19 only

Enjoy Life products are a good deal with the Ibotta rebates expiring today + the new $1.00 printable + the $1.50/2 from the July/Aug Whole Deal. Here’s how to get all four products for net $2.76 if you go today. Buy one of each:

  • Enjoy Life chewy bars, $4.39.
  • Enjoy Life crunchy cookies, $3.99.
  • Enjoy Life soft baked cookies, $3.99.
  • Enjoy Life Plentils, $3.39.

That comes to $15.76. Use four $1.00/1 printables = $11.76. Use two $1.50/2 from last month’s Whole Deal = $8.76. Get back a separate $1.00 rebate on each product on Ibotta = $4.76. Get a bonus $2.00 rebate on Ibotta for redeeming three Enjoy Life rebates = $2.76 for all four products, or $.69 each.

If you don’t have two computers to print four $1.00/1 coupons (limit is two per computer), you can also print $.75/1 Plentils and $.55/1 Enjoy Life product here.

Whole Foods deals I spotted in store + shopping trip

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So my Internet kept bopping up and down this morning, then the ComEd guy came to replace our meter and our power went out. I figured that was a sign to get off the computer and go shopping, so off to Whole Foods I went — luckily I’d printed a bunch of coupons yesterday, lol.

Whole Foods deals September 2014

Here are some deals I spotted at the Wheaton, IL location, but note that unadvertised deals at Whole Foods can vary by region. Print current Sept/Oct Whole Deal coupons here, or find in the flyer at the front of the store.

  • Earth’s Best mostly organic kids frozen meals or waffles, $3.00. Use $1.00/1 from the July/August Whole Deal + $1.00/1 on Mambo Sprouts to get them for $1.00.
  • So Delicious dairy free yogurt cups, $1.00. Use the regional $1.00/1 from the 6/15 SS (was in Sun-Times, not Trib) or the latest mailed Mambo Sprouts booklet to get these free. Or, buy three for $3.00 and use $1.00/3 in the July/August Whole Deal or Sept/Oct Whole Deal plus three $.55/1 printables — Print $.55/1 here and another $.55/1 printable on Facebook — to get three for $.35.
  • Select Tasty Bite pouches (only a couple flavors), $2.38. Use $2.00/3 in the Sept/Oct Whole Deal + $2.00/3 on Mambo Sprouts or $1.00/1 printable here. Best deal: Buy three for $7.14. Use the $2.00/3 Whole Foods coupon = $5.14. Use three $1.00/1 printables (will need two computers) = $2.14 for all three, or $.71 a pouch.
  • Select Barbara’s cereals, $3.39. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • KeVita organic probiotic drink, 2/$4.00 through Sunday only. Print $1.50/1 here and then submit for $1.00 back on Ibotta, and you’ve made $.50.

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8 pack Back to Nature 100% juice pouches, $3.00. Use $1.00/1 in the Sept/Oct Whole Deal and stack with $.75/1 in … I think it’s the Fall Mambo Sprouts booklet, but I’d already clipped it. Or, $.75/1 on Common Kindness, or $.75/1 by email when you sign up on Facebook. Just $1.25 after both.

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Select Imagine Organic soup boxes (only Italian Wedding and Black Bean were tagged), $2.50. Use $2.00/2 in the Sept/Oct Whole Deal and stack with $1.00/1 on the bottom right of the Imagine site to get these for $.50 each.

What I bought

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And here’s what I picked up today. The Enjoy Life products are not on sale, but are a good deal with the Ibotta rebates expiring today + the new $1.00 printable + the $1.50/2 from the July/Aug Whole Deal. Here’s how to get all four products for net $2.76 if you go today. Buy one of each:

  • Enjoy Life chewy bars, $4.39.
  • Enjoy Life crunchy cookies, $3.99.
  • Enjoy Life soft baked cookies, $3.99.
  • Enjoy Life Plentils, $3.39.

That comes to $15.76. Use four $1.00/1 printables = $11.76. Use two $1.50/2 from last month’s Whole Deal = $8.76. Get back a separate $1.00 rebate on each product on Ibotta (TODAY ONLY) = $4.76. Get a bonus $2.00 rebate on Ibotta for redeeming three Enjoy Life rebates = $2.76 for all four products, or $.69 each.

In addition to Enjoy Life, I also bought:

  • Overpriced mushrooms, $2.99, because I didn’t feel like making another stop and needed some to make dinner.
  • Earth’s Best French Toast sticks for $1.00 after coupons (see above).
  • 6 So Delicious yogurt cups, free after coupons (see above).
  • 4 Imagine soups, $2.00 after coupons (see above).
  • 6 Pacific Organic almond milk singles, free with the $1.00/1 coupon from the July/August Whole Deal.
  • 3 Back to Nature juice pouch boxes, $3.75 after coupons (see above).
  • Organic Valley 16 oz sour cream, $1.39 after $1.00/1 from the Sept/Oct Whole Deal + $1.00/1 printable (no longer available).

Got $.20 off for bringing two bags, and my pre-coupon subtotal was a crazy $56.86, post-coupon total was $20.30. I’ll get $6 back from Ibotta for a net cost of $14.30. Oh! And I just got my Ibotta rebates back and also got another $1.00 back for the second level Sept. teamwork bonus, so make that net $13.30. :)

NEW $3.00/1 Playtex coupon for $.99 at Target deal

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Look what we have this morning — and this one is NOT SmartSource, for those of you who have trouble with Java-based printing. Print yourself a couple of brand new coupons for $3.00/1 Playtex tampons, then take them to Target through 9/27:

  • Buy two 32-36 ct boxes of Playtex Sport or Gentle Glide at $6.99 each = $13.98.
  • Use two $3.00/1 manufacturer coupons = $7.98.
  • Stack with the $1.00/2 Target store coupon here or mobile version (SAVINGS1 to 827438) = $6.98.
  • Get back a $5.00 Target gift card for a net cost of $1.98 for two, or just $.99 a box.

Playtex is also included in a buy $20 save $5 instantly deal at Meijer this week, if you prefer to shop there.

50% off Zazzle cards and invites

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Here’s a nice Zazzle deal for you: 50% off cards, invites, stickers, and favor boxes with code: CUSTOMPARTYZ. Check out these Frozen ones, because (psst, Julie…) Frozen is hot!

But wait, there’s more

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