Reader deals 10/31/14

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.

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Internet service

  • From feelgood: “Some readers were looking for cheap internet. I have one of these. Paying $18.99/mo  for 10 GB of data.”  It is $24.99 for refurbished FreedomPop on Groupon. The service it uses is currently scheduled to end at the end of 2015. CIt currently says “limited time” so it could end at any moment.
  • He adds: “This is the lowest price I’ve seen. Currently on amazon for $89. Freedompop used to give 10 GB data free the first month. Nothing mentioned in the Groupon offer, so I did the “Ask a question” thingy and waiting for them to post. Current plans are: 1 GB free, 5 GB $9.99, 10 GB 18.99. Also, it’s wise to de-select “premier” service and auto top-up when registering the device with Freedompop, to avoid surprise charges.”

Mariano’s

  • Sharon V shares: “Just got a postcard announcing that the Mariano’s in Westchester (Wolf & 31st) is opening November 4th, yay!”

Meijer

  • A find from Kitty: “At the Niles Meijer, they had Driscoll’s Raspberries for $1, so free if you have the $1 survey coupons. They were VERY nice ones.” Thanks! I found them at Melrose Park today as well! And they were great – my kid ate a whole container at lunch!
  • And Kitty emails: “Buy Meijer brand coffee, tea, and cocoa products between 11/2/14 and 11/22/14.  Buy $5 get $1 off next total coffee, tea and cocoa purchase.  Buy $10+ get $3 off next total coffee, tea, cocoa purchase. ( Doesn’t say Meijer brand, but probably is.)” It may not be, because the Meijer paper products one that was going recently printed as off any brand.
  • From karen: “I am loving meijers lately with the new mperks rewards. As soon as I finish one up it renews for me so every couple weeks I get at least $8 off for spending $150 on total basket. I love that the items in the dairy,health care, cleaners exc also go to total basket! It’s become my favorite store! I’ve done the $5/$50 on mperks( good only wed, thurs,fri) twice already and both times after coupons I only spent about $20 but got credit for spending the $50 on rewards! What a deal, everyone should check it out!” I did a write-up on the new rewards here if anyone needs more information.
  • A question from karen: “Did anyone do the tide deal and have it work? I’d like to do it but don’t want to go to the trouble if it doesn’t work if you need to stay above the $25 AFTER coupons.” I did and was well under $25 after coupons and it printed fine for me twice.
  • Anne responds: “I did not do the exact deal, but similar and it worked for me. I bought 4 Tide HE (2 Unscented/2 Regular) and 1 Swiffer Wet-Jet Sweeper Refill ($5.59). I used 2 $2/1 Tide MFR, 1 $3/2 Tide MFR, 1 $0.40/1 Swiffer MFR, 1 $3/1 Target, and 1 $1/Laundry Care at Meijer purchase. Went through self-check, handed over my 1 Target coupon, which they accepted no problem. (Have had problems in the past on and off, though, with their coupon policy interpretation.) I went that route because I needed the Swiffer, and it allowed me to use that Meijer Catalina coupon I had. Sorry, don’t do m-Perks, so I can’t speak for that aspect of the deal. Cat printed no problem. Total before coupons was close to $30, and my net was $13 and some change, which I was pleased with.”

Online deals

  • Kristen likes Twice: “Bought my first item today and paid $5.12, basically the shipping. Thanks for the code!”

Rebates

  • Sent over by Kitty: “I found a Try Me Free Delsym up to $14 off information slip in a CVS.  To download the request form, do to www.delsym.com.  Starts 11-1-14; expires 3-31-15.”

Target

Walmart

  • A tip from Patty for those looking for the Energizer batteries with codes: “check back in the photo dept. There’s a battery secition there, and many of the energizers have rebate stickers. None of the batteries near the front checkout lanes had them. This was at the Crystal Lake store.”

Reader deals 10/30/14

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.

Apps

  • Something to look for on Checkout 51, from Kim on Facebook: “I have an offer for $3 off Fiber choice supplements and there is a $2 off coupon on their website. Makes for half price fiber chews. They are $9.99 and up at target for 90 chews.”

CVS

  • A Jergens lotion tip from Julie B: “There are 2 different sizes, its the smaller one and I have only seen shelf tags at 2 of the 6 CVS’s that I checked out. It has a flip cap, not a pump.”

Food 4 Less

  • Karalyn on Facebook reports: “There’s not much left at the Elk Grove store.”
  • She adds: “”I asked the clerks what will happen and they said that any food that’s left over is being shipped to other stores. I don’t think they’re getting any food shipments since other food 4 less stores will still be open”
  • Allison posts: “Alcohol is 10% off there”

Jewel

  • Jane says: “I forgot to mention this; I grabbed the new Nov. Big Book of savings this AM and instead of coupons on the front this time there are just 4 ads for EE products. Inside there are some nice manuf. coupons though. Fresh Express $1/1 and if you pair that with the B2G1 free from last month (expires 10-30, so tomorrow!) you can get 3 bags for $2 or 66c a piece! There are also some ICBINB and Country Crock ones plus a Sara Lee and a Welchs sparkling juice in there. You can view the new book online as well.”
  • Linette shares: “I noticed that the Febreeze set & refresh REFILLS twin/double pack is ringing up at $4.49 . Did not try to use with the BOGO coupon so not sure if will work or not.”
  • A tip from Kari O.: “I find with overage that it’s best to ask rude cashiers for the coupons back and simply post redeem for their full value at customer service. I don’t play with power hungry cashiers. But *if* I’m attempting to use BOGO and cents off, then I agree you have to buckle down and fight.”
  • Some finds from karen: “There was also lots of perdue boneless skinless chicken breasts on clearance for $199 lb. and sanderson farm bone in chicken breasts for $.99 a lb. I left some for the rest of you…….”

Loyalty programs

  • Sent over by letsshop, My Coke Rewards has $3.00/1 12 pack coupon for 160 points.

Kmart

  • A Tide deal from Lisa: “it’s a buck a bag for pods right now at kmart if you have the $2/1 coupons as they are doubling this week. Not bad.”

Meijer

  • From feelgood: “Didn’t see this in the write-up, but my upcoming weekly Meijer ad has Stouffer’s 6-20 oz entrees or cups 4 for $10, plus get one free when you buy four. With two $1.50/2 coupons from the 9/7 RP, five will cost $7.00, or $1.40 each. And $10 counts toward the frozen foods mPerks reward…mine is $5 when you spend $25, so it’s like another $2 off! Also went to Meijer shopping tonight, the 2/$3 price on the 7 oz spreadable Land o Lakes butter is tagged until 11/9. With $0.50/1 printables, it’s butter for a dollar!”

Pet beds

  • From feelgood: “Menards always has a great deal on pet beds in their Black Friday ad, that’s less than a month away if you can wait or want to get more.”
  • Biko agrees: “Pet beds are a steal Black Friday at menards. We bought a huge one for our 2 yr old calf (aka: pit bull) and it is still going strong, $8 great investment.”
  • An idea from Callie: “Charlotte, the website www.doggyloot.com always has good deals. Also, Tanga does deals on pet beds if you watch it. =)”

Reader requests

  • Diane is wondering: “Where are you finding these [Energizer batteries] in Walmart? (I checked 3 different stores last time and didn’t see any.) Thanks!”
  • Kristy on Facebook asks: “Does anyone have decent clementines (or even regular tangerines) right now? I need them for my son’s school party tomorrow, and I’ve been to two Jewels, two Mariano’s and a Tony’s and they either don’t have them, or the ones they do have are GREEN. I’m near Midway airport and I’d rather not have to drive all the way to Indiana or something.”

Target

  • A find from llamalluv: “If you need filters for your Brita pitcher, this might be a good week to stock up. They are on sale at Target this week $18.99 for a 4 pack, with a $5 Target gift card WYB1. Target has a store coupon for $3 off a 2pk or higher replacement filter here: coupons.target.com/home-coupons Sign up for reminders from Brita, and print off another $3 manufacturer coupon here: www.brita.com/user/register/ After coupons, Redcard, and giftcard deal, the per filter price works out to about $1.85 plus tax. When I went in yesterday, the coupon machine at the register spit out a $4 off Target coupon, making it a bit better price for my next box ($1.60/filter)”
  • SmartShopper sends over: “Schaumburg Target Alka-Seltzer 20 ct. Is $4.69 at the Schaumburg store. Not free after MQ and Target gift card but still a good price.”
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Hy-Vee deals week of 10/29/14 – 11/4/14

Here are your Hy-Vee top deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/29/14.

Hy-Vee top deals

Two Day Sale Sat and Sun Nov 1 and 2:

  • Pepsi 6 pack bottles 4/$8.88
  • Kelloggs Cereal $1.97 Use the$1/3 coupon here, $1/3 from 10/26 RP and10/5 RP or Kelloggs Family Rewards here
  • Honeysuckle White Frozen turkey breast $0.99 lb
  • Hyvee Sandwich bread $0.99
  • Hyvee thin sliced turkey or chicken deli meat $3.99 lb
  • Hyvee Peanut Butter $0.99 limit 2
  • Old Orchard or Healthy Balance juice Cocktail $0.98 Check here for various coupons
  • Cheetos or Fritos 3/$5
  • Era $4.99
  • Charmin Basic bath tissue to Bounty Basic $4.98. $0.25/1 in 10/26 PG, $0.75/2 or $1.50/3 also in 10/26 PG
  • California Clementines $4.99
  • Classics by Palmero’s Pizza 6/$10
  • Michelina’s Zap ems $0.69

 

Save $4 instantly when you purchase $20 in Nestle Products ( prices listed are before the instant savings)

  • Nestle Carnation evaporated milk $1.28
  • Nes Quik milk 14 oz 4/$5
  • Coffeemate creamer $2.99 $1/2 coupon here (Facebook)
  • Nestle Toll House morsels or chunks $2.28 $1/2 from 9/28 SS
  • Edy’s, Haagen Dazs ice cream, frozen yogurt or bars $3.26
  • Libby Pumpkin $1.77
  • Lean Cuisine Culinary, Spa Collection entrees or Salad Additions $2.88
  • Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets $2 $0.50/3 from 8/17 RP
  • Jack’s Pizza $2.98
  • Stouffers Simple Classics or Dishes $2.88 $1.50/2 Stouffers Single Serve from 9/7 RP

Top Ten Strack and Van Til deals week of 10/30/14 – 11/5/14

Here are the top ten Strack & Van Til deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/30/14.

  • These matchups are based on the Chicago ad. In case of store variation, and to see the rest of this week’s deals, check your ad here.
  • Strack’s takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days.

Top Strack’s deals

  • Strawberries, raspberries or blackberries, $1.99. If Driscoll’s use survey coupons.
  • Domino 4 lb granulated or 2 lb brown or powdered sugar, $2.00. Print $1.00/2 here. $.65/2 in the 9/7 RP.
  • Pillsbury 4 ct Crescents or 5 ct Grands or cinnamon rolls, $.99. Print $.40/2 Crescents here or find it in your 10/12 SS. Print $.40/3 Grands here or find it in your 10/12 S. Print $.40/2 Crescents here. Check here for more duplicate coupons.
  • 8 oz Dean’s dip, $.88. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Totino’s rolls or party pizza, $.99 each wyb five. Print $1.10/4 pizza here. Use expired $.75/2 rolls in the 8/3 SS.
  • Udi’s gluten free bread, $3.99. Print $2.50/2 here.
  • Garland Jack’s Secret Six barbecue sauce, $.68.
  • Bush’s chili beans, $.59 each wyb two. No limit shown, so hopefully you can buy six and use two $1.00/3 in the 10/12 SS. There is also a $1.00/2 in this week’s Caputo’s ad.
  • Wildwood 64 oz 100% apple juice, $.99 limit 4.
  • El Sabroso 13 oz tortilla chips, $1.39.

Mariano’s deals weeks of 10/30/14 – 11/12/14

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Here are the best Mariano’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the two week ad running 10/30/14 – 11/12/14. I’m using the Wheaton, IL ad for these matchups.

Mariano’s tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals available in store — if you spot any unadvertised Mariano’s deals at your local store, please comment here!

Top Mariano’s deals

  • Eggland’s Best 18 ct large eggs, $3.25. Use $.35/1 in the 9/14 SS to get them for $2.55 on Double Daze.
  • Stonyfield 32 oz organic yogurt, $3.00. Print $.50/1 here to get it for $2.00 on Double Daze.
  • Domino 2 lb organic sugar, $1.75. Use $.30/1 in the 9/7 RP to get it for $1.15 on Double Daze.
  • Roundy’s 4 lb granulated sugar, $1.75.
  • Fennel, $.99/lb.
  • Leeks, $.99/lb.

*** Click here for the rest of this week’s Mariano’s deals!

Reader deals 10/29/14

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.

Apps

  • Something to check for from Amy: “My Snap app had avocados listed as of today, $0.50 cash back for an even better deal for you.”
  • Nikki says: “The $8 Shrink [for Veev] is gone but there is a $5 available for the VitaFrute Cocktail!”
  • She adds: “AND- on the both the cocktail & vodka, buy 2 in 2 separate transactions, and submit for a bonus $3 back on each from Ibotta. To be clear, buy 2 vodka, get $3 bonus and/or buy 2 cocktails, get $3 bonus. The bonus ends 11/02, I believe.” The VitaFrute bonus does end 11/2 and Veev is 11/12. I think the extended both, actually.

Bass Pro Shops

CVS

Food 4 Less

  • Brandy shares: “I didn’t inspect, but it appeared 25% off at Bolingbrook when I went 2 hours ago. Regardless, the shelves are basically bare and it didn’t appear any shipments were on their way. The prices were not impressive to us frugal shoppers. I went down every single aisle and spent a total of about $5 on yogurt (dairy not on sale but these were manager’s special yogurts for $.36… not impressive but we eat yogurt), 2 cans of olives for $.49 each and a container of puffs for my baby for $1.18. Really unimpressed. The dairy, produce, bread were not marked down, it seemed. I saw a sign that said “further alcohol markdowns Thursday” but I didn’t pay much attention to the prices that seemed to be fairly regular priced. More liquor and drink mixes and not much beer. Be careful of expirations. I nearly bought a 16-pack of fruit cups for $6.44 (again, unimpressive, but I needed them for my son’s preschool) and noted that they were expiring January 11, 2015. I also saw some medicines that expired 03/13! This appears to be nothing like the Dominick’s closing… bummer. “
  • Barbara adds: “The Elk Grove store has the same situation. Shelves are almost empty and prices have not been marked down. 30% might bring prices down to a sale price, but the stuff that is left are unpopular items that no one is buying. Can’t comment on the liquor because last time I was there nothing in the liquor department had been marked down. Clerks agree that the store will not stay open until November 8th because there is not enough left to sell.”

Jewel

  • Mandy found: “I just got back from Jewel at Geneva and Schmale in Wheaton, and they had a bunch of Bone in Chicken breasts for .89 a lb. Fresh dates of 11/1 and 11/2/14.”
  • Jane says: “I checked today for the Marzetti price and they are still 2/$4 until 11-27 the tags said. My friend wanted me to get her a rain check from the sale last week because she bought the last one in the store and wanted more. Even though they are not featured in the ad, they are still on sale, whew!”
  • TracyS comments: “The Jewel on Touhy in Village Crossing (Niles or Skokie, i cant remember which) also has the Orville for $2.99 and There is a site called retale that has local adscans, and on the last page of the Jewel ad, there is a $5 off $50 coupon. This coupon shows up EVERY WEEK!!!”
  • Something to look for from LovinSavin: “On the Orville Redenbacher and 2-liter deal the ten 2-ltr had .55C off 2 peelies so that deal was even better.”
  • Advice from donna: “The Countryside Jewel had very few Febreze candles at 6:30 this morning. There wasn’t much Pantene to choose from either. Call the store before you go as they were stocking shelves. Shop early the stores just don’t seem to have enough stock for sales like these.”
  • New2q reports: “The set and refresh are ringing up at $2.50 and the Pantene are ringing $3.50″
  • Krystle says: “Check your printed coupon stash, I found $4/2 Pantene Shampoo, Conditioner mfgs from coupons.com (exp 10/31). So I did scenario#2, bought 4 Febreeze candles, and 8 Pantene products. Awesome MM scenario after $15 OYNO and completing my Savingstar offer ($5/$25).”
  • Iris posts on Facebook: “I just came from doing three rounds at my local Jewel and reminded me the reason of what I had stopped going there. I did not try to roll the catalinas. All my transactions were more than $35.00, but only one catalina printed at $15.00. For the other two transactions, they were adamant of adjusting one of the transactions because they said that it is after coupons, “because that’s the way they catalinas are at Jewel”. I told them it was not on the fine print. Last transaction, and item was labeled as $4.49 on the shelf, but scanned at $2.50. So, that screw up my whole transaction. For all of you doing it today:
    1. Break down your transactions down on a piece of paper and include pricing (it will help if you go to CS later).
    2. Know your coupon policy. They did not want to allow me to use coupons on the items I was buying. For example, 8 Febreeze for which I use 4 BOGO coupons, they did not want to allow me to use “extra” coupons on the 4 I was actually buying.
    3. My store did not have all the labels up and the flyer was at CS.
    4. I have the feeling they will be fighting the pre-post coupon.”
  • Mary Beth says: “Be Careful – Make sure the catalina machine is working. Went this morning before work and there was only one line open and the cat machine was broken. Got the money back at customer service but a hassle before work.”
  • Diane shares: “OMG what a disaster! Went to Jewel in Wood Dale. Bought 3 Pantene shamoo @ $3.50 = $10.50 Bought 3 Pantene stylers @ 4.99 = $14.97 Bought 4 febreeze candles @ $2.50 = $10 subtotal = $35.47 – $5/3 Pantene = $30.47 – 3 BIGIF (cpn up to $5) – $14.97 = $15.50 – 2 $1 Febreeze candles – $13.50 -$5 2BIGIF febreeze candles = $8.50 or so it should have been! But the registers would not take the cents off cpns. after taking off the BIGIF cpns. They called someone over from CS who pushed them through, but then told the cashier at the next lane not to do it, because the cents off cpn with a BIGIF cpn. only applies if Jewel is giving u a BIGIF not if the BIGIF cpn. comes from the manufacturer??? WHAT?? I tried to show her the policy but of course they never want to look at it or have their own interpertation. Then of course only got $10 CAT but CS fixed it & I got my $15 one. It only took an hour. No one else having issues with both coupons going thru?”
  • Outlander responds: “Definitely problems with Pantene Qs. I was lucky because they entered it for me manually, but I can see lots of people having problems.”
  • A question from amy: “Has anyone ever gone into a Jewel and had them take your coupons with no problems? Corporate policy indicates what they should accept. However, none of the stores that I frequent follow the corporate rules. I used the coupons the other day on the McCormick spices and they would not give me the small overage. They would not budge. For this deal, it is not worth the hassle to me. I am tired of going to Jewel. I have enough in my life without having to worry about someone argue with me. I hope that somebody from Jewel Corporate reads this and actually does care. They do not seem to realize that they are losing customers. Remember how we felt about arguments at Dominicks and stopped going there. You think Jewel will catch on?”
  • Also, for P&G scenario ideas, please see reader comments on the P&G Catalina matchups here and the Share Your Scenarios post here.

Reader requests

  • From ellen: “Has anyone gotten any good deals at KMart this week with the double coupons promo?”
  • Charlotte asks on Facebook: “Pet beds!? Any idea where to get a deal on some pet beds? We’re getting another dog this weekend, and I don’t want to get fleeced (literally and figuratively) like I did with our other dog’s bed.”

Target

  • From llamalluv: “If you go into the store, there is a 5% off Up&Up diapers on Cartwheel. I stacked this with a $1.50 off Up&Up diaper coupon I got in a Target Baby mailer and the $10 off a $100 purchase in the Christmas mailer we got this past week, and bought four packages of size 3, mainly for my 1 year old. The size 3 diapers actually do fit my skinny 3 and a half year old in a pinch. He’s 33 pounds, but really slender across the hips. I really like this brand for our occasional disposable diaper needs. These four boxes will probably last us six months.”

Walmart

  • Sue shares: “Yes, the [Energizer] rebate codes are inside the battery packages this time, which is good. But, you have to take out almost all the batteries to get to the code sticker! So, be a gentle opener so you can reuse your packages to store your batteries!”
  • A tip from Sandy: “I just used a razor blade and cut the plastic on 2 sides where the paper with the codes are and slipped them out. easy peasy.”

Target deals midweek update — week of 10/26/14 – 11/1/14

Here is your Target deals midweek update for the current ad, which runs through 11/1:

Target updates through 11/1

  • Clorox bleach for a buck. 64 oz bottles are $1.98 regular price. Buy two, use $1.00/2 Clorox Bleach in the 9/28 SS. Stack with $1.00/2 Target coupon to make them $.99 each. Thanks, Couponing for 4.
  • Cheap eye drops. Clear Eyes Eyes .5 oz drops are $2.75 this week. Use $1.00/1 Target printable. Stack with $1.00/1 in the 8/10 SS to get them for $.75 each. Thanks, All Things Target.
  • Cheap Super Pretzel. These are on price cut this week for $2.00. Use $.75/1 in the 10/26 RP (or this $.50/1 printable). Get $.75 back from Checkout51 to get them as low as net $.50 each. Thanks, All Things Target.
  • Unilever gift card scenario. Simple and Dove are part of the buy four, get a $5 gift card deal in this week’s ad. One idea: buy two Dove Women’s Hair Care, $3.49 each and two Simple Wipes, $4.50 each.  Use two $.75/1 Dove Women Target printable here, stack with two $1.00/1 Dove printables here. Use two $2.00/1 Simple Cleanser printables here. Pay $8.48 and get a $5 gift card back. Thanks, Coupon Wizards.
  • Crystal Light liquid gift card deal. Look for signs for a $5 Target Gift Card for purchasing four participating Crystal Light or MiO Liquid Drink Mixes through 11/22 So buy four Crystal Light for $2.99 each. Use four $1.00/2 printables here. Pay $7.96 and get $5 gift card back, which makes them net $.74 each. Thanks, Couponing for 4.
  • Nature Made Kids’ deal. Through 12/27 there is a $5 gift card when you buy two select Nature Made Kids’ First vitamins. Buy two for $6.99 each. Use two $2.00/1 Target coupon. Get another 15% off with Cartwheel. Stack with $2.00/2 in the 9/28 SS or two $1.00/1 printables here. Pay $6.49 and get a $5 gift card back, which makes it net $.75 each. Keep an eye on the Cartwheel because it hasn’t been working for people, although it should. Thanks, Totally Target.
  • Possible better than free Alka-Seltzer. Buy two 20 ct Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold Tablets, 20 ct $4.39 (price may vary by location). Use $2.00/1 in the 10/12 RP. There is also a $1.00/1 printable here. If you find this price and have the $2.00/1, pay $4.78 and get a $5.gift card back. Thanks, Mojo Savings!
  • Olay gift card deal. Right now when you buy 2 select Olay products, you get a $5 gift card. One option is Olay Age Defying Daily Cleanser at $4.99 each. Buy two for $9.98, use two $2.00/1 coupons in the 10/5 P&G flyer.There is also $3.00/2 in the 9/28 PG and $1.00/1 in the 10/26 PG. With $2.00/1 coupons, pay $5.98 and get back a $5 gift card. Thanks, Hip2Save.
  • Justin’s peanut butter cups deal. Sara shares: “Go here to register for a BOGO Justin’s Peanut Butter Cups coupon. Also, on Ibotta there’s $0.50 back at Target & Whole Foods (not sure this is listed under any other stores) And…Shopmium also has $0.50 back.” Totally Target reports they are on price cut for $1.50, so not bad to get two packs for $.50 after coupon and cash back!
  • Cheap up & up diapers. Works online or in-store, details here.

Schnucks deals week of 10/29/14 – 11/4/14

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Here are your Schnucks top deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/29/14.

Notes from Northern Illinois Couponing: Schnucks in Rockford/Roscoe/Janesville and DeKalb double coupons everyday with a face value of $0.55 or less (limit 3 like coupons per transaction). Other areas please check with your local store regarding doubling. You can read the coupon policy here. You can locate a store near you here.

Schnucks highlights

  • FREE Schnucks Premium Granola wyb 2 Silk Milk $2.78  $1/1 from 10/26 RP
  • Keebler Cookies $1.88 There is a $0.75/1 coupon on Kelloggs Family Rewards if you have 500 points and a $1.50/1 if you have 1000 points
  • FREE dozen Schnucks large eggs wyb 2 General Mills Cereals 2/$6 ( Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Golden Grahams, Reeses Puffs, Whole Grain Total, Raisin Nut Bran, Trix, Lucky Charms, Wheaties or Original, Multi Grain, Apple Cinnamon, Chocolate or Honey Nut Cheerios)  $0.50/1 Lucky Charms here which will double to $1, $0.50/1 Cheerios here or the same from9/28 SS both of which will double to $1, $1/2 from 9/21 SS
  • Sargento Sliced Cheese 2/$5 Use the$0.55/1 here which will double to $1.10 making these $1.40 each
  • S&W Beans 2/$1
  • Schnucks Chips $1.77

Butera deals week of 10/29/14 – 11/4/14

Here are your top Butera deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/29/14, courtesy of Alli at Couponing for 4.

These are just the top deals — for the full weekly Butera coupon deals, please visit Couponing for 4.

Weekly Butera deal highlights

In-ad Store Coupons
Requires separate $10 purchase

  • Michigan Golden or Red Delicious Apples 3 lb bag $1.49 (Limit 1)
  • Butcher Boy Corn Oil 96 oz $3.99 (Limit 1)
  • Food Club Sour Cream 16 oz $.99 (Limit 1)
  • Fresh Baked Apple Pie 8″ $2.49 (Limit 1)
  • Dean’s Ice Cream 48 oz $2.49 (Limit 1)

Best of the Rest

Reader deals 10/28/14

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.

Amazon

  • From llamalluv on the Fire TV streaming media stick: “Item available on November 19, but because so many have preordered, orders placed today won’t ship until after January 1st. I went ahead and ordered one, because we would like to watch streaming TV upstairs, too (only antenna up there) and my estimated shipping date is January 5th.”
  • A question from grandma g on the same: “Does anyone have something like this? Does it really set up as easy as just plugging it into your TV? I’m thinking about getting this, just not sure if I will figure it out. Would be nice to have Netflix easily available. But then is there a charge for Netflix and how much is that? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.”

Apps

  • For my Vita Frute deal, nilo advises: “you might want to check when your bonus for the vita frute ends, mine ends on the 30th.” I did notice, but good to point out if anyone else was thinking of doing it! If you haven’t done your first yet, you probably won’t get it back in time to do a second.

Jewel

  • Kelly reports: “The Jewel in north Wheaton has been ringing up the Orville Redenbacher popcorn at $2.99 all last week and this week. Unfortunately, I can never get them to take a coupon on a free item. But it’s still a great deal, nonetheless.”

Meijer

  • On the Veev deal, something to look for from Sarah: “plainfield Meijer also had $10 mail in rebate attached to the bottle. $16 mm!!! btw that hopster video is torture to sit thru! lol”
  • Mandy reports: “I rec’d a Kraft cheese catalina notice at Meijer yesterday. Buy any Kraft Natural Cheese Block between 11/3/14 and 11/30/14 and save up to $4 on your next shopping order. Buy 3, get $2 or buy 4, get $3, or buy 5 or more and get $4 coupon off your next order. The usual rules apply about purchasing in the same order and limit to stock on hand and no cash back.”

Staples

  • Samantha shares: “I have the double one of these [storage carts] and really like! I put in the corner of the my kitchen.  The kids art supplies are in the first few drawers and snacks are in the bottom ones!  So far very study.  No more clutter on my kitchen table -okay there still is-but it helps.”

Target

  • Sara shares: “Beanitos chips are on price cut for 2.50 at target. There is a hopster coupon for $2 off two bags ( if you “boost” it) and Ibotta has $1 back. So $2 for 2 bags Market pantry quart ice cream on sale for 2.99 – .75 from target.com/coupons + 5% off cartwheel and finally .25 back from Ibotta = net 1.88 Nabisco fresh stack ritz crackers 2.50 minus .50 from target.com/coupons & .75 back from Ibotta = net 1.25 Krusteaz pancake mix is on price cut for 1.89 minus .55 from 10/5 ss + .75 back from Ibotta = net .59 Quaker melodys 1.50 minus .50 from target.com/coupons + .50 back from Ibotta = net .50 Nabisco, Krusteaz & Quaker also are in the bonus section in Ibotta if you buy more on seperate shopping trips”
  • SoapboxTray sends over: “Super Target Mundelein has a pallet of these at $22.54 as of 10/28 morning. 70% off and 4 star reviews on Amazon. Also I got a $1.50 off 4 General Mills Man Coupon at the register when I bought 2 CoCo Puffs and 1 Count Chocula. May hang on to that and use if the Count Chocula goes clearance next week or you can use with the 20% off cartwheel now.”
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Tony’s

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “The Niles location will have milk for $1.99! Limit 2.”