Reader deals 4/17/14

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

Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Devon Market

  • John W comments: “You can get the same deal on the butter this week at Devon Market, 1440 W. Devon in Chicago (www.devonmarket.com/weekly-ads). I think they accept these coupons. Also at Devon Market, 99 cent sugar (limit 1 with $10 purchase), $1.99/lb ground beef.”

Freebies

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “FYI Liberty Savings Bank is having their free monthly shredding event this Sat the 19th at 7111 W. Foster Ave. in Chicago from 9-12pm.. Every month from now on they will have a free shredding day at their other locations. I changes every month.”

Gardening

  • Aileen emails: “If you get water service from the Metropolitan Reclamation Water District of Greater Chicago, you can get a 55 gallon rain barrel for $58 plus tax delivered to Cook County addresses. A variety of colors and includes installation harware and mosquito screen. www.mwrd.org/irj/portal/anonymous/rainbarrel Chicago residents can also get a rebate of 50% for purchase of a rain barrel, compost bin, tree or native plant here: www.sustainablebackyards.org/

Kmart

  • Matt sends over: “Kmart has Cottonelle TP for $5.49 and an additional $3 off WYB 3. So basically $4.49 plus tax WYB 3. Then when you combine with any surprise points it’s an even better deal. Also Kmart has a promo going this week. Buy a $25 gift to Kmart and get an additional $5 and an additional $2 in points. So that’s basically $25 for $32 worth of credit. I believe that Kmart gift cards are also good at Sears. So what you could do is buy some stuff at Kmart with SYW points and SYW coupons and then pay the remainder for it with the gift card. When you look at the fact that Kmart offer $10 off $50 coupons in addition to surprise points and this promo it’s easy to see how the deals could stack together.”

Loyalty programs

Meijer

  • A warning from Brian: “Be warned that I had trouble at the Bolingbrook (I-355) store; they refused the Target coupons stating that “they don’t accept the ‘Web’ coupons. I was able to get them to accept them “this time”. I do not see that distinction in their policy. Be prepared to argue.”
  • Anne adds: “I had the SAME thing happen to me at the other Bolingbrook store this week and was floored. I thought that Meijer had long settled this issue with the stores, but they also did accept my one puny coupon.”
  • Some things to look for from Ashley: “Lots of Almay are now under $4 with the 25% sale. Every time you buy one you get $2 coupon for another, buy two it prints a $4 coupon. Coupon is not scanning on any of the remover products which are also on sale, it has to be typed in. Remember their type in limits per transaction are $20 so split it up. Also make sure to clip the $6/$30 beauty reward and $15/$525 total reward. My local stores are substituting for the Miracle Grow that has the $15/5 mperk that they don’t carry, the substitution bags are $3.99 so $0.99 each and you’ll earn the reward for garden. Also Cranium party is on clearance 50% for $7.49 so $2.49 after coupon and you can use it towards the $5/$25 in toys. Combine it with Sofia the First doll and you’ll pay 7.50 oop and earn $5 back. When you buy three kraft cheese you get $2 instantly off chicken, so buy three cheese, two Kraft dressing, use three $0.75/1 peelies on them, $0.75/2 kraft dressing, and $5/5 Valli coupon, pay $1.58 and you can get $2 in chicken free Pompeian olive oil is BOGO $3.19 so use the $1/1 coupon and you’ll pay $2.19 for two ($1.19 if you have a store that allows it, some do, some don’t)” Clearance can vary by store. Mperks rewards offers will vary by account. Meijer’s official policy does not allow a coupon on the ‘free’ item. The 3.19 price is probably on the olive oil “blends” not the pure olive oil. Also, substitutions will vary by store. Finally, the $5 off 5 Kraft Valli coupon is a competitor coupon which stores may or may not honor depending if there is one in your area and they consider a local competitor.
  • She adds: “Also Fisher Price laugh and learn are BOGO half off and there’s mperk coupons for money off each”

Olive Garden

Reader requests

  • A question from liz: “looks like a trip back to Meijer…has anyone tried the California pizza kitchen pizzas or should I waity for digorno..the b1g1 free peeps will be on checkout 51 .25 back starting tomorrow”
  • Debbie L. is wondering: “Does anyone know if the Algonquin Meijer will take the Target Web coupons? At one time, they did then I thought I heard that they didn’t but I haven’t tried recently. TIA”

Sam’s Club

  • From shirley: “Sam’s club has 32 ct Go-Gurt for $4.68 and 2 x 8 oz Pam spray for $3.88 after instant savings. Last day is 4/19.”

Target

  • On the Mini-Wheats deal, ElizabethF shares: “I checked all the prices at my store: Regular 18 oz – $2.50 Touch of Fruit Raisin – $2.50 Chocolate – $2.99 Strawberry – $3.14 Touch of Fruit Raspberry – $3.14 Little Mini Wheats – $3.14″
  • From feelgood: “Heads up on the cheap Heinz ketchup deal. I went to the Lemont Target last night, the 38 oz bottle was marked $2.69 on the shelf. Tried to do a self price check but scanner said item not found. All the larger sizes were even more expensive. Smaller sizes were cheaper, but the coupon reads: “Save 50 cents on one Heinz Tomato Ketchup 38 oz or larger.” Anyone have luck finding a 38 oz or larger Heinz Ketchup for $1.87 at their Target?”
  • Karalyn on Facebook reports: “The Schaumburg Target on Barrington Road has a ton of frozen food on sale!!”
  • A reminder from Adrianne: “If you text spring to 827438 you can get .50 off market pantry eggs making the eggs only .49.”
  • And from Jordan: “Don’t forget that the two mobile coupons that expire on 4/23 (I think they’re SPRING & THANKS?) each have a 50¢ off eggs, making eggs $.49 each.”
  • An idea from Diane: “Just a thought on the Starbucks coffee at Target – you could price match the CVS add & get the coffee for $6.99 each – $2/2 Q & then submit for $5 Starbcks GC for net cost of $6.98 for 2 bags. Not too bad!”
  • A heads up that prices can vary by store, from Outlander: “But, I forgot to mention that of course my store was almost completely out of Mini Wheats. I would have loved to get more. And Jimmy Dean is $3.99 at my store and not $2.99. And Bagel thins were $5.58 for 2 and not $5.08 like at yours. Must be all around more expensive store. That’s where those mini Nivea lotions were $2.74, instead of $2 too.”
  • An idea from julie for the children’s apparel deal: “if you have tween girls, you can also stack with a 20% bra and bra accessories. I’m stocking up on leggings and bras for my 2 tweens. I’m not quite sure what a bra accessory is though. Like a cup holder? or reading lamp? :)”
  • To add to the Bounty/Charmin deal, Diane found: “ok, I don’t have a smart phone so I am only passing on what I read on hip2save – there is a $1/1 Paper Item Target Mobile Coupon (text SPRING to 827438) & $1/2 Paper Item Target Mobile Coupon (text THANKS to 827438) that you could use also?” Yep!
  • Amanda H spotted: “Found from another website, on pgeveryday.com website has another link for the $1 off 6pk or more, was able to print all three coupon’s from one computer.”
  • For the Eggo deal, Cari explains: “They are $2.39 and there is a 20% cartwheel. Plus the $0.75/2. Add in to the $10/$50 and cheap waffles!!! My kids are obsessed with the new bites. Go through a box a day. There is/was an ibotta offer for them too.”

Reader deals 4/16/14

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

Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

AAA

  • Megan posts in Hot Deals: “I think it’s worth it – we use it on hotel deals (it’s almost always cheaper than any other price for a hotel) and towing/jumpstarting cars.”
  • And jen likes it too: “I have been a member of AAA for 5 years. Not only is it great to have for cars when they go out of warranty but there are great store and travel discounts as well.”
  • As does theresa: “AAA membership and can use the service even if a passenger in someone else’s car. Nice added teenager on and then if car issue can always call. Love the discounts at hotels and really have not used the restaurant discounts. Also like the free maps and books. I like them in my hand sometimes not just in electronics”
  • But jennyh shares: “BEWARE AAA! I was a member for over 5 years. The one time i needed a tow it was -10 degrees at 8 oclock at night (on randall road just north of St. charles). It was really really cold and my husband had a flat. I thought, “Finally! I get to use AAA for what we bought the membership for!” We called the number on the back of the card only to recieve an automated message that “because of a high volume of calls they are unable to take any service calls. Sorry.” And. Click. Left us in the lurch with very little phone battery in the cold (this was a few years ago and we didn’t have smartphones to find a tow company on our phone). I will never be a member again after that. Like theresa says, “if there is a car issue you can always call” …. but don’t expect to get help. Also I have heard from others that their pool of tow trucks from companies they dispatch from are terribly slow. A person I know has spent hours waiting for a tow on the expressway (and not because of traffic back ups either).”
  • Nora says: “I’ve had AAA for nearly 30 years and wouldn’t live without it. That being said, they ARE terribly slow during blizzards and frigid weather (below zero) for obvious reasons – they get thousands of calls from people with dead batteries (and can’t possibly get to everyone within 15 or 20 minutes). Admittedly, that sucks, but it’s also fairly unusual. Most of the time, their response time is great and the providers they use are extremely professional.”
  • An alernative from Artie: “You can add road service to almost all car insurance policies at a fraction of the cost of AAA. I pay about $5.00 every 6 months for it on my GEICO policy. I used them once last year for a dead battery. They estimated the time to come out at 1 hour. 1 hour later they arrived and jumped my battery.”

Amazon

  • An endorsement from Caroline: “If any of your readers are wondering about the quality I’ll say that the scarves thst you have posted and I have ordered are of very nice quality and have been happy with every one of them.”

Eurofresh

  • Francesca found: “Eurofresh has farmland bacon for $2.99 if you saved your internet printables I think NLA”

Jo-Ann

  • From Julie in Hot Deals: “FYI – the JoAnn Fabric store in Bourbonnais has Easter baskets, eggs and other decor at 60% off. :-)”

Meijer

  • From Ashley: “Also through today only Greenworks All Purpose Cleaner is $0.50 each with the $1/1 peelies on the bottles, the $1/each mperks store coupon, and price cut”

Mariano’s

  • Soapboxtray shares: “I used some older IPs that I am not sure are still around, but if you have them or they still are: Hawaiian Punch Aloha $2.39 and used $1. IP Double Daze for 39¢ drink. Minute Maid Boxes 10 pack 100% Juice $3.19 used $1. IP Double Daze for $1.19 juice boxes. Farmland Bacon Apple Smoked is price cut $2.99 (just that variety) used $1. IP Double Daze for 99¢ bacon. De Waffelbakkers Mini buttermilk pancakes $3.29 used $1. IP for $1.29 pancakes.”
  • She adds: “PS. I also noticed they had bags of the Farmland cubed ham for 3.99 regular price. Bacon other varieties is $4.99.”

Menards

  • Liza found: “At menards they have clorox 2 laundry soap for 2/3 and it is q out there for 2 off which makes them free and oxi clean laundry soap a dollar which makes them free with q”
  • Jane wonders: “which menards? is it just a closeout or they may have them at others you think?”

Reader requests

  • From Kristin on Facebook: “Can someone help me? I just got a Costco membership. They run instant savings on a handful of items for the month. If there it states a quantity limit, is that a per membership or per transaction? Thanks!”
  • Laura is wondering: “I was driving by the closed down Dominicks in Merrionette Park tonight and saw a sign that told the Merrionette Park shoppers to get ready for the Jewel opening soon. Does anyone have any information on if they are going to close the Alsip store, or are they just adding another store to the mix?”

Sears

  • Something to check for, from Matt: “Sears sent me a free apparel coupon today for the Sears Outlet store. Did anyone else get one?”

Target

  • Shandelle shares: “Also for anyone still doubting Target because of their issue last year… I never noticed any fraudulent charges on my account. Like 6 months later, PNC decided to issue me a new card out of nowhere. I monitored my account closely and never saw anything unauthorized. Target also offered credit monitoring to Red Card holders, as well.. I accepted. I have had no problems at all to date. I just save lots and lots of money. :)”
  • Jane reports: “I went to Target this morning and they still had signs up for the $3.49 Starbucks, had a few dark roasts, yet scanning at $12.99. I would have bought them to use towards my $50 but they were out of most of my list. I’m going back Friday, but assume the signs for the coffee will be down by then.” Signs were not up at Hillside and the coffee they had scanned at $12.99.
  • A tip from Amy: “You can also go to cartwheel.target.com on the web – I have done that many times when the app refuses to load at the register (which is often).”
  • And one from Samantha if you have trouble loading the app: “Maureen, Cartwheel has a Widget you can add to your home screen. As long as your offers are loaded, it’ll work fine. I’ve long since given up being able to load the actual app in the store!”
  • Maureen shares: “If you purchase Disney gift cards with your Target red card you save 5% on each card (and if you have a RxRewards you’ll get another 5%). We’ve got a summer trip planned so each time I’m in Target I throw one or two $50 gift cards in my cart since they’re right at checkout (make sure the card says “Shop, Dine, Stay, Play”). The cards can be used to pay for Disney hotels, park tickets, Disney Cruise Line, pretty much anything Disney vacation related. 5% doesn’t sound like much, the savings is only $2.50 per $50 card, but for us, we should save enough to pay for an airline ticket. Plus, it’s great for our budget to pay off the trip a few hundred dollars at a time.”

Piggly Wiggly deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/14

Here are your Piggly Wiggly top deals and coupon matchups for IL/WI for the week of 4/16/14, brought to you by Coupons for Wisconsin!

This week’s Piggly Wiggly top deals

Broccoli Crowns, per lb – $0.79
- $0.25/1 Broccoli; Fresh or Packaged; Excludes Vegetable Mixes; May Vary By Account – Checkout 51
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.79
Final Price: $0.54

Keebler Crackers, 9.5 – 16 oz – $1.99
Includes: Townhouse or Club
- $0.75/1 Keebler Cookies or Crackers, 6.6 oz or Larger; Redeem for 500 Points – KelloggsFamilyRewards.com
- $1.50/1 Keebler Cookie or Cracker, 6.6 oz or Larger; Redeem For 1000 Points – KelloggsFamilyRewards.com
- $1.00/2 Keebler Crackers, 8 oz or Larger – 4-13-14 RP – (exp. 06/08/14)
Final Price: $0.49 Using $1.50/1 coupon

Dole Berries, 12 oz – $3.99
Includes: blueberries or raspberries
- $4.00/1 Dole Frozen Fruit, Smoothie Shakers, Dippers and Frozen Fruit Single-Serve Cups; One or Many Offer; Must Purchase $12 – SavingStar – (exp. 05/28/14)- $1.00/2 Dole Frozen Fruit Packages – 3-2-14 RP – (exp. 05/03/14)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $3.99
Final Price: $2.99 After SavingStar rebate

Food Club Cream Cheese, 8 oz – $0.79 Limit 2
Includes: regular, light, or fat free

Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits, 8 ct – $1.49
- $0.40/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits
- $0.50/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits; Cannot be used w/any other coupons
- $0.40/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits – SavingStar – (exp. 04/30/14)
- $0.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands Biscuits – 3-9-14 SS – (exp. 05/31/14)
- $0.50/1 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! Biscuits – 4-13-14 SS – (exp. 07/05/14)
- $0.50/1 Refrigerated Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits – 2-9-14 SS – (exp. 05/03/14)
Final Price: $0.99Using $0.50/1 coupon

ERA Laundry Detergent, 100 oz – $5.49
- $0.20/1 Gain or Era Detergents, 25 oz or Larger or Gain Fabric Enhancers; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 4-13-14 RP – (exp. 05/31/14)
- $1.00/1 Gain or Era Detergents, 25 oz or Larger or Gain Fabric Enhancers; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 4-13-14 RP – (exp. 05/31/14)
- $1.00/2 Gain or Era Detergents, 25 oz or Larger or Gain Fabric Enhancers; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 4-13-14 RP – (exp. 05/31/14)
- $2.00/2 Gain or Era Detergents, 25 oz or Larger or Gain Fabric Enhancers; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – 4-13-14 RP – (exp. 05/31/14)
Final Price: $4.49 Using $1/1 coupon

Target deals midweek update — week of 4/13/14 – 4/19/14

Here is your Target deals midweek update for the current ad, which runs through 4/19:

Target updates through 4/19

Hy-Vee deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/14

Here are your Hy-Vee top deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/16/14.

Hy-Vee top deals

  • HyVee canned vegetables $0.29 each limit 6
  • Midwest County Fare sugar $0.99 limit 2
  • Betty Crocker Potatoes 10/$10 Use the $0.50/2 here making these $1.50 for 2
  • Claussen Pickles $2.99 $0.55/1 coupon here making this $2.44
Top Fuel Saver deals
  • HyVee white dinner rolls 12 ct 3/$4 and earn $0.03 off of gas wyb 3
  • HyVee Pretzels 2/$3 and earn $0.04 off of gas wyb 2
  • Knorr sides 10/$10 and earn $0.10 off of gas wyb 10
  • Donut House, Eight O Clock Coffee, Celestial Seasonings or Bigelow Tea 12 ct k cups $5.99 and earn $0.10 off of gas $1.75/1 Bigelow Tea K Cup coupon here, $1.75/1 Celestial Seasonings K Cup coupon here, $1.50/2 K Cups from 3/30 SS makes these as low as $4.24 and earn $0.10 off of gas

Schnucks deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/13

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Here are your Schnucks top deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/16/14.

Notes from Northern Illinois Couponing Moms: 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

2 Day sale Thurs and Fri April 17 and 18:
Other deals all week long:
  • Keebler Snack Crackers (Club, Townhouse, Toasted or Wheatables) OR 12 ct Pop Tarts or 11.5 – 18.7 oz Kelloggs Cereals ( Raisin Bran Shown) $1.88 each wyb 2 ( must buy 2 to get them at $1.88 each) Use the $1/2 Keebler Crackers from 4/13 RP making these $1.38 each after coupons wyb 2. Or purchase 6 Kelloggs Cereals ( any that are $1.88 each wyb 2 = $11.28 ) and use 2 of the $3/3 Kelloggs Cereals coupons here and pay $5.28 for 6 cereals or $0.88 each. Maximize this and get 2 Frosted Flakes and 2 Corn Flakes if included in this $1.88 sale ( and 2 others – I doubt Smart Start will be included) and submit for $1 on 2 Frosted Flakes and $1 on 2 Corn Flakes from Checkout 51 making these a final net cost of $0.55 each for 6 boxes!   Or purchase 2 Rice Krispies ( if included) and use the $1/2 coupon here making these $1.38 each. Also check out Kelloggs Family Rewards here for various Kelloggs coupons for cereal AND pop tarts!
  • Dole Pineapple 10/$10 Use the $0.50/2 Dole Canned Fruit from 4/6 SS which will double to $1 making 2 just $1 or $0.50 each
  • Colgate Toothbrush or Toothpaste 2/$3 Use the $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 3.4 oz or larger from 4/13 SS which will double to $1 making this $0.50 (note the ad shows toothbrushes which appear to be Extra Clean. The current coupon excludes these so just make sure to read that coupon before you purchase)

Butera deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/14

Here are your top Butera deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/16/14, 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

  • Cauliflower, Broccoli Crowns, Sweet Potatoes $.59/lb
  • Food Club Brick Cream Cheese $.79 (Limit 2)
  • Imperial Spread 1 lb $.79
  • Roma Original Pizza 11″ $1.49 (Limit 4)
  • Keebler Club or Townhouse Crackers $1.99 (Limit 3) (Use $1/2 from 4/13 RP to get some for only $1.49!)
  • Hellmann’s Mayo 30 oz $2.99 (Limit 2) (Use $1 from 4/13 RP to get some for only $1.99!)

Reader deals 4/15/14

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

Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Apps

  • A tip from Mari on Favado: “If you go to settings, you can toggle the “Show Final Prices” option to show the final price as you’re searching or browsing for items next to the paperclip (instead of going into the actual item listing). You can also set notifications to let you know when a new circular is available on the app. I’ve had mixed results doing this with the Jewel ads. They sometimes have the bigger ads like CVS, Wags, Target etc. the night before they go into effect. You can also set favorites from a list of categories and brands to let you know when particular items are on sale, and you can view them in the “For you” section when browsing a particular ad. I have mine set to cereal, because we go through tons of it here, lol. I find the app useful when I’m searching for a particular item that’s on sale, and compare prices across stores I have set. It saves me a bunch of time, personally!”

Coupons

  • On the $1.00/1 Johnsonville sausage, ellen says: “exp 12/31/14! and I got a cat alert for Johnsonville at meijer the other day- although I can’t find it to post the details, I know it has not started yet”
  • Jane’s Driscoll’s experience: “I have been buying so many berries since I joined the survey panel (who knows how long ago?) They sent me a nice email to ask for my US snail mail address because since I bought so much of their product (it seemed like they said over 100) they were going to send me a gift! It took a couple months but a week or so ago I received my package. Sorry if I have already bragged about this on your blog….I cannot recall…but it was a reusable shopping bag and a cutting board and a strainer (all with Driscolls logos on) and 2- $2 off any product coupons! I was floored. The shipping on the box cost them almost $10. They have a customer for life in me! Keep doing surveys, it pays off! :>)”

LivingSocial

  • An idea for the $5/$15 code from Cesar: “I used it to get 4 movie tickets for a total of $11 at the Hollywood Palms in Naperville.  The deal is 2 tickets for $8 but purchased one for myself and another as a gift to get over the $15 mark :)”
  • Another one, from Samantha: “Make a masterpiece is $15″

LOLShirts

  • Advice from julie: “LOL Shirts has some great deals and designs, but their shipping is terribly slow. If you want to give one as a mother’s day present, you should probably order this week.”

Reader requests

  • From Martha on Facebook: “We are going to attempt to put some work into the lawn to grow at the house we are renting. Our friend who is a landscaper in another state recommended going to “where the landscapers get their materials” for quality stuff, but I don’t really know where that is around here? I live in Naperville, but obviously the only places you’ll find around here are box stores like Lowes/HD or expensive places to buy fancy landscaping stuff. I just want good quality grass seed and fertilizer for a good price since this is out of our own pocket and our landlord is not reimbursing us for it, and we’re willing to drive for it. Thanks!!”
  • Kathy in Hot Deals asks: “Any deals ever on AAA membership? Anyone a member? Is it worth it? Thank you.”
  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Does anyone know of a good children’s hairdresser in the Bolingbrook area?”

Target

  • Amy emails: “The Target by Springhill Mall (soon to be closing) in Dundee is offering 30% off all food products.  Sale prices and coupons are being honored.  The sale includes Easter candy.  The $10 off $50 food purchase is also active.  Big Deals going on!”

Walgreens

  • Tamara reports: “My Morton epsom lotion rang up at $4.99 today and I still got the $6 RR.  :)”

Top ten Food 4 Less deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/14

Here are the top ten Food 4 Less deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/16/14-4/22/14.

Top deals

  • Cook’s shank or butt portion ham, $.67/lb with $25 purchase limit 1.
  • Pineapple, $.99 each.
  • Bar-S jumbo meat franks, $.69.
  • Strawberries, $1.50.
  • Krakus Polish deli ham, $3.99/lb. Print $1.00/1 lb here.
  • Dole 20 oz pineapple, $.99. Use $.50/2 in the 4/6 SS or print $1.00/3 here. As low as three for $2.00 after the $1.00/3 coupon, or $.67 a can.
  • Randolph Italian sausage or bratwurst, $1.99/lb.
  • Domino 4 lb sugar, $1.69. Print $.75/2 here or use $.65/2 in the 4/6 RP.
  • Lemons, 3/$.99.
  • Triscuits, $1.99. Use $1.00/1 in the 4/13 SS.

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 4/16/14 – 4/22/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/16/14-4/22/14. Joe Caputo’s runs different ads, so these prices are only good at Angelo Caputo’s.

  • Usually by late Tuesday night, you can check out the rest of the new Caputo’s ad here.
  • Caputo’s does not have a published coupon policy but they do have rules the employees follow. They do accept printable coupons, just not over $2 and not for a free item with no other purchase required (BOGO are fine). They do NOT accept coupons with the name or logo of another store, even if they are manufacturer coupons.

Top deals

  • Beefsteak tomatoes, $.59/lb.
  • Farmland’s Ohse brand spiral sliced ham, $1.49/lb.
  • Broccoli crowns or cauliflower, $.69/lb. Get $.25 back on broccoli with Checkout 51 through Wednesday, 4/16.
  • Green cabbage, $.29/lb.
  • Jumbo cantaloupes, $1.29.
  • Lemons, 3/$1.00.
  • NY Texas Toast croutons, $1.00. Use $.40/1 in the 4/6 SS.
  • Dole 20 oz pineapple, $1.00. Use $.50/2 in the 4/6 SS or print $1.00/3 here. As low as three for $2.00 after the $1.00/3 coupon, or $.67 a can.
  • Newman’s Own pasta sauce, $2.00. Use $.50/1 in the 4/6 RP or print $.50/1 here.
  • Newman’s Own salsa, $2.00. Use $.50/1 in the 4/6 RP or print $.50/1 here.