Reader deals 5/4/15

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Reader deals 5/4/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

ALDI

  • Charlotte shares on Facebook: “Aldi has the cheaper grill on sale starting Wednesday. (The $99.99 one) I won’t be getting one, as I got the fancier one for $25 off today 😀 And already assembled. It was a pain to get in my car! ;)”

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Apps

  • A find from Kitty: “Jingit has a new grapefruit juice offer.   There are 3 parts.   The 3rd part is a video.   All you have to do is watch it and you get 25c.”

CVS

  • If you’re buying Glade on this week’s CVS deals, roni comments that: “There’s also Glade offers from Savingstar”
  • And Victoria says: “The sally hensen nail ploish is suppose use the $1 coupon not $1.50 as it is a hard as a nail product plus polish.”

Jewel

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  • Kitty found the above signage showing that the Unilever instant savings deal from this week’s ad runs all the way through 5/26.
  • Pam found: “The Pure Leaf carafes (59 oz) are a really good deal now with the $1/1 carafe MQ in the 5/3 SS—this makes them only 89 cents each!” This is on the buy five save instantly Quaker sale through Tuesday.
  • Cari asks: “I got the $1.50 catalina for buying Tyson today as well. CS lady was so excited, she wanted to see if it worked on 1…nope…so must be quantities of 2 . Anyone know specifics?”

LivingSocial

  • CynthiaW highly recommends this Brickworld deal: “Brickworld Chicago is the most AWESOME LEGO event possible; even though it is not officially sponsored by LEGO. It gets bigger and better every year; they had to move it to the Schaumburg Renaissance two years ago because it keeps growing. My hubby, son, and I all LOVE it; thus, I’m sad we’re going to be out-of-town during the event this year. It’s always on Father’s Day week-end. We’ve been the last five years. The original creations on display are made by LEGO fans of ALL ages from all over the world. LEGO has later taken and turned some of the creative ideas into actual sets. This event includes displays, contests, stop motion LEGO movies, vendors, etc. It is well worth the visit! Happy building!”

Meijer

  • Things to look for from llz A: “I have a free 18ct Meijer tampon coupon on my mperks, there is also a coupon to clip on there buy 2 p f chang 22 oz frozen meals get a free appetizer-combine this with the ibotta rebate of buy 2 pf chang frozen entrees get 2.00 back.”

Reader requests

  • Question from Joanne: “I’m in the market for a new mattress and I’ve been looking at the brand “Natures Sleep” – does anyone have anything good or bad to say about this brand? Thank you for your help.”
  • Nancy M. has a question on the Fitbit Flex deal: “Are people happy with the Fitbit Flex??? I would like opinions before I go out and buy one! Thanks!!!”
  • Monique asks in the Hot Deals group: “I guess it’s the time of year to start asking about deals for Six Flags Great America. Our youngest will go once with her Read to Succeed pass,. But the teen wants to go several times starting with this weekend. His buddies fail to see the logic of buying 4 passes at the same time to get that discount.” A few responses in the group; please add more ideas!
  • Kristin is wondering: “Any good tablet deals?” The Kindle Fire is still on sale — other ideas?

Rebates

  • A question from feelgood: “Anyone else having problems with Smirnoff rebates? I submitted my claim for $60.00 the beginning of January. Finally got a $60.00 postcard check from Diageo a week ago. I immediately deposited the check at Chase bank. Today I got a letter from Chase that the check bounced. And an extra charge of $12 for a returned item fee!”

Sports Authority

  • And on the Fitbit Flex deal, comicbob comments: “Sports Authority has it on sale as well. You can buy an e gift card and get an additional 10 percent off.”

Target

  • From ann: “The deal that Pookie mentioned at target regarding the huggies catalina is still working this morning (Monday, May 4th)” And Patti confirms: “I passed on the coffee but got a $5 on your next shopping trip Catalina for buying 2 Huggies wipes!”
  • On the Playtex deal, Michelle b comments: “My stores are out of the 3.99 packs. Bought 6 of the 6.99 ones used 3 bogo q’s and received a $5 cat from Huggies”
  • Sue got a Playtex Catalina too: “So I went to target and bought 6 playtex tampons. Used three BOGO coupons and a $2 and $1 coupon. Got two $5 gift cards and then I got a coupon for $5 off next purchase so I got them all free.”
  • A heads up from grandma g: “I bought the Sonic toothbrush with Cover Girl mascara and the gift card was not prompted. I went to the service desk and she said the toothbrush was not considered personal or beauty, but she did get me the gift card.”

Remember your cheap apples at ALDI

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ALDI in the Chicago area still has 3 lbs Red Delicious apples for $.99 through tomorrow 5/5 — I bought some last week and they were so good I picked up another bag today! Also get $.25 back on Checkout 51 if you haven’t claimed your produce rebate yet this week, dropping your net cost to just $.74.

Here’s what I picked up today:

Cauliflower, $2.29. Might make more of these low carb cauliflower waffle rolls!
6 avocados, $3.54.
El Milagro corn tortillas, $.33.
3 lb Red Delicious apples, $.99. Will get $.25 back on Checkout 51.
16 oz quesadilla cheese, $3.99.
8 ct Hot Shot ant bait, $2.99.
3 poblano peppers, $1.29.

Paid $15.87 with $.25 back for a net cost of $15.62.

ALDI deals week of 4/29/15 – 5/5/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 4/29/15 – 5/5/15.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these deals are from the Chicago ALDI ads.
  • I’m using both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • Hass avocados, $.59.
  • 6 oz raspberries, $1.39.
  • Mangoes, $.49.
  • Strawberries, $1.39.
  • Pineapple, $1.39.
  • 3 lb Red Delicious apples, $.99.

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

Under $14 no coupon shopping

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Where’d you shop today? I swung through Pete’s and ALDI, then stopped at the Redbox at the Walgreens across the street to use a free text club code. Ended up getting Into The Woods — have you guys seen it yet? Is it as good as I’m hoping? Anyway, here’s what I picked up under $14.00:

ALDI

Baby carrots, $.49.
Grape tomatoes, $1.49.
Flour tortillas, $.85.
Corn tortillas, $.33.
Tortilla chips, $1.19.
Blueberries, $.99.
2 packs mushrooms, $1.38.

Paid $6.53.

Pete’s

Celery, $.68.
Apples, $1.04.
Yellow Campari tomatoes, $.20.
2 packs blackberries, $1.98.
Sourdough bread, $3.29.

Got $.05 off for bringing my own bag and paid $7.27. That’s $13.80 all together, and now I’m off to make a nice grilled cheese & avocado sandwich with my new sourdough bread. Maybe I’ll get crazy and add tomatoes, too! 😉

ALDI deals week of 4/22/15 – 4/28/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 4/22/15 – 4/28/15.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these deals are from the Chicago ALDI ads.
  • I’m using both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • 8 oz mushrooms, $.69.
  • 16 oz baby carrots, $.49.
  • 14 oz artisan lettuce, $1.29.
  • Pint grape tomatoes, $1.19.
  • 3 pack multicolored peppers, $1.99.
  • Cucumbers, $.29 each.
  • Organic 5 oz spring mix, baby spinach, baby kale, or baby arugula, $2.49.

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

$3.99 ALDI Eco Rugs are nice

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Me: I need to find a new little rug to put by my sliding glass door.

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ALDI: Here ya go.

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Me: I need a million dollars.

Universe: Deafening silence… 😉

ALDI deals week of 4/15/15 – 4/21/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 4/15/15 – 4/21/15.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these deals are from the Chicago ALDI ads.
  • I’m using both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • Organic grape tomatoes, $1.49 a pint.
  • 1 lb organic baby carrots, $1.29.
  • 2 lb red grapes, $2.38.
  • 6 oz blueberries, $1.89.
  • 16 oz strawberries, $1.19.
  • 6 oz blackberries, $.99.
  • 6 oz raspberries, $1.39.
  • Large Hass avocados, $.69 each.
  • Organic 5 oz spring mix or baby spinach, $2.49.

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

Reader deals 4/14/15

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Reader deals 4/14/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

ALDI

  • Caroline on Facebook found: “YMMV Aldi has Starburst jellybeans for .25 a bag.”

Contacts

  • Meg shares: “I wanted to share something I just learned. I’ve been looking for a contact lens exam so that I can buy another year’s worth of my contact lenses. Most of those cheap exams at LensCrafters and the like do not cover contact lenses. And I stumbled across this little known (to me, anyway) fact: you do not need a valid prescription to purchase contact lenses in British Columbia. And online retailers located in BC will ship to the US. I was skeptical, but my years’ supply of Accuvue arrived today and they are exactly the same ones I’ve been wearing. The site I used was http://www.visionpros.ca and I just entered the prescription info off one of my current boxes of lenses. Of course, it’s recommended to get an eye exam every year. So I will probably still go get a $19 one just to ensure good eye health. But I won’t need the pricier contact lens exam, at least not every year.”

Dollar Tree

  • Print the new $1.00/2 Thomas’ coupon, because focadima comments: “My dollar tree also carries these by the brownberry bread”

Jewel

  • A find from Dee Clawed on Facebook: “Jewel is clearancing Mt. Olive Super Stacker dill pickles. They were marked $1.34 for large jars but rang up at .74 cents! There were also .55 cent coupons elastic-banded to the lids making for .19 cent big jars of pickles! Be careful as these are the long flat slice…not the quartered spears.”

Mariano’s

  • A confirmation of the $1.00 Crest toothpaste (use $3.00/3 in the 3/29 PG!) from Linda: “Saw the toothpaste at Mariano’s today. Still a dollar a tube. In a bin near the checkouts”
  • Print the reset So Delicious coupon, because SoapboxTray found: “So Delicious: These double perfectly at Mariano’s and yogurt are regular price 1.99 so free on Wednesdays. Yum!”

Meijer

  • On the cheap Lactaid milk at Target, feelgood points out: “Just an FYI, the free Fairlife 2% white and chocolate milk at Meijer this week are also lactose free.”

Reader requests

  • One from Coreena: “Hi! Need some help finding protective covers for an IPhone 6. Thoughts?? TIA!”
  • Laura asks: “Has anyone else noticed that all of the flavors of Dole Squish ‘ems have hard little pieces of rind or something in them. I’ve bought different packs thinking it was just that particular pack but the hard pieces are always in there. I’ve contacted the company and even sent in one of the hard pieces and all they do is send coupons for more of the product. They are on clearance at my local jewel and I think that is maybe why. None of the other brands of these applesauce pouches have this problem.”

Rebates

  • Jadeyzma replies to the Smirnoff rebate question from yesterday: “Feel good, I’m still waiting on my rebate for Smirnoff too…they are definitely behind this time. I did get an email saying that it has been received and being processed. Go online to check your status…it hasn’t taken this long in the past.”
  • But a heads up from Anne: “Just a heads up on the Smirnoff Rebate – make sure they send you the correct amount. I looked up to make sure I’d received my rebate (I had, about a month ago), BUT it was only for $40, not the $60 I was supposed to receive.”
  • Alicia says: “I got my Smirnoff a week or two ago. Yours should be on its way!”
  • And if you’ve been waiting for Kohl’s appliance rebates, good news from letsshop: “Wanted to mentioned received rebates from Kohls slow cookers deal ! Put all 4 rebates in one envelope because I was able to buy them at the store ,since they ran out of stock ! was sent in 2 CG in the amount of $40 ,took a extra 3 weeks because of stores type of receipts ): but all is well .”

Target

  • Another Easter clearance candy idea from Diane: “On the Target M & M’s, suprise I was at Target today too, LOL. Anyway, we had a buy a 9 oz or larger bag of M&M’s & get the crispy M&M’s free. I only had the Target $1/2 M&M coupon left, so got 4 bags of M&M’s ( 2 Easter & 2 Crispy) for .90 cents! No sure which insert, I think weekend of 4/12.” 4/12/15 RP.
  • And a clearance candy find from Caroline on Facebook: “And if you still have the Hersey $2/3 Easter candy coupon you can pick up bags of Cadbury mini-eggs at Target for .33 cents a bag for the 10 oz bags.”
  • If you’re having trouble with the codes for the Kimberly-Clark deal, a reminder from shirley: “The old code is missing a letter so try TGTE59AF. Make sure you enter this one first if your subtotal is like mine $55.xx. Hope this helps.”
  • If you’re still having trouble, vicki suggests: “Try TGTCDQH5″
  • A heads up from Kerri: “The Kleenex is still on the page but when you add to the cart and try to put the 10 off 50 coupon in it says you don’t have enough in your cart for that offer.”
  • And Chris shares on Facebook that: “A heads up for Super Target on Diehl in Warrenville: they are resetting dairy and frozen. Lots of frozen fish and desserts plus MP and Kraft cheeses today. Cashier told me to keep checking back all week, a lot more will go on clearance instead of moving it . Works for me!”

Walmart

  • A find from Nancy M.: “Colgate spinbrush in box with toothpaste at Walmart are ringing up $0.59.
    They had SpongeBob and Hello Kitty.”

Whole Foods

  • From Judy: “Mambo Sprouts has a DeBoles $1/1 coupon. Checkout 51 has $2/2, must be purchased in 1 transaction. Whole Foods has some DeBoles pasta on sale for $2.19 throught [today], 4/14. $.19 pasta. The boxes are only 8 oz.” I don’t have the DeBoles offer; check your Checkout 51 to see if you do.

Reader deals 4/12/15

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Reader deals 4/12/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Build-A-Bear

ALDI

  • Angela recommends the outdoor chair cushions on sale this week: “I purchased 6 chair cushions for my patio set today!!! I love them! SO reasonable, durable, and quality like most things from Aldi. Usually I am seeing cushions more around $25 or more for the quality of the ones I got. I LOVE THEM!! :)

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Empire

  • On the current 50% off sale at Empire, boce says: “We just used empire. Way cheaper than Lowes and they removed and hauled away the old carpet. Lowes does not. We are seeking out house and got a great deal. They give you an extra discount for economy installation—installing on Tues, Wed, or Thurs. Our salesman was fabulous—not pushy and negotiated price. If you’d like his name, let me know. You can request him. I was pleasantly surprised by the whole process.”

Jewel

  • Susie shares: “The jewel near 103rd & Cicero in Oak Lawn, has the essential everyday cheese for $.99 each limit 2. It is a separate flyer for that location only and its on sale through Tuesday. Also the yoplait yogurt is $.39 each limit 10.”
  • And finds from peaches: “I was at the Kosher Jewel on Howard yesterday, and they had a ton of Passover stuff 75% off, including coconut flour and tapioca flour, as well as ground walnuts and ground and whole filberts. I ended up getting some wild harvest canned beans, which they had on clearance for $.74, and some jars of Polaner strawberry fruit spread, which they had marked down to $1.99. I also got ten of the Banquet ziti parmesan. The meals were marked down to $.80 a piece when you purchase 10, and they actually aren’t that bad, and you get double monopoly tickets on them. It is a new item. I also got 4 packages of Tabatchnick frozen soup for $1.50 a box. Today is the last day they are on sale, and I love their soup. It is usually in the frozen kosher section of the store.”
  • Laura asks: “I has a $1 off Method cleaner product Mymixx coupon that I clipped and at the register after I entered my Mymixx number I asked why it didn’t come off and they said you had to buy more than 1. It specifically stated “on the purchase of 1″. Did anyone else have this happen?”

Reader requests

  • Marion asks: “Sorry for ot but does anyone know if the cat chow deal is still working at Chicagoland Meijers?”
  • feelgood is wondering who still sells Blue Bunny ice cream: “Just me, does your Jewel still sell Blue Bunny ice cream? The Jewels near me clearanced all their Blue Bunny ice cream a while back, and now have Friendly’s brand ice cream in the same spot where Blue Bunny used to be. Unfortunately, Meijer doesn’t carry Blue Bunny, and I don’t remember seeing it at Target, either. Did see it at Walmart a while back.”

Storage totes

  • And on yesterday’s question about cheap storage totes, Jen suggests: “@Allison, if you have a thrift store near you, check there for storage totes. Mine gets them every week and sells them for like a dollar. They need a wash but that’s a simple matter. An employee there told me how they often get donations dropped off in them and then they sell the box, too. My local store has one day of the week where they do their big sale day, and that’s the best day to find the most selection of anything, including boxes.”
  • Another idea from Maureen: “Allison, try Ikea, I have a bunch from there.”

Reader deals 4/10/15

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Reader deals 4/10/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

ALDI

  • Heather comments: “The Aldi in Plainfield had a huge cart of their protein bars marked down to .99 a box. Heat and serve rolls were marked down to .25. They had several other bags of chips and Easter items reduced, too.”

Best Buy

  • From VB: “In case anyone is in the market for a TV. We picked one up at Best Buy it was one sale $700 off the retail price for $999.99 and it had almost everything that we wanted for the price ( I would have like the 4K ultra but we’d have to go up in price and we had set a limit)so we were pretty happy to get a good deal on the TV and then It turns out that the store employee incorrectly told us the free financing would be 18 months (it was actually only 12 months) so he called the finance dept and had them extend the 0% financing period to 18 months. When we got home my husband looked up the TV on the Best buy website to see the features and he noticed that online they were giving a free Smart 3D bluray/dvd player that retailed at $139.99 with the purchase of that same TV. He went back to the store and they honored the online deal (we were prepared to return it and order it online to do store pick up but glad we avoided that hassle)! It worked out great since we were already saying we would need to buy a bluray player since we were moving the old tv to my daughters room that has no cable to watch movies but since it’s a Smart Player she has access to apps to watch TV in her room (I did not even realize the made smart bluray players). With the $700 sale and the free Smart Bluray player and 18 month 0% financing it turned into a great deal for us. They did mention if we pay it off in 30 days we would also get 10% off ( I am going to have to look into that!)”

Carson’s

  • Caroline shares: “Carson’s Black Friday $10/$10 off coupon is back. Check your email I got one emailed to my email address and I also have one from the sales ad in Thursday’s paper”

Caputo’s

  • If you have the Driscoll’s survey coupons, check out Caputo’s. Kristina comments: “I was just at the Naperville store. Driscoll’s strawberries are 99 cents!”

Coupons

  • Here’s a nice high value $3.00/1 Oxiclean detergent coupon, spotted by feelgood.
  • If you’re printing the Brach’s candy coupon, Mary Beth points out: “Menard’s also sells Brach’s. Might be worth a look.” And Joy says that “Easter candy was 50% off at Walmat yesterday” and Wendy found “70% off all Easter at Walgreens today”
  • And while you’re taking a look for that, Julie comments on the Clorox 2 coupon: “Menards puts these on sale for $1.50 every so often too.”

Jewel

  • A heads up from Jodi on the sale tamales: “Went to Jewel today and wanted the 10 for $10 tamales advertised. You have to ask the butcher and then he brings them from the back at the store in Kankakee. Anyway, he told the pork ones were recalled so they only had the chicken. I got those but not I wonder why the pork was recalled and if the chicken is ok. My frustration level with the Kankakee and Bourbonnais Jewels is getting to the point of not shopping there anymore! Trying to use a good coupon is like pulling teeth!”

LivingSocial

  • Jessica doesn’t recommend the Dells deal: “I do not recommend this resort at all. It was dirty, overcrowded and outdated. The food was mediocre at best and the grocery store a rip off. I paid $7.50 for 10 tampons. I understand a convenience mark up, but come on!! In talking to other guests, I found out that they give waterpark passes to guests of about 5 other hotels in town. No wonder it was so crowded. The lifeguard staff was severely lacking. I even saw one at the top of the slide lean in and kiss a girl while he was on duty. Extremely unprofessional and unsafe. They don’t have adequate tubes for the rides and their line procedures are ridiculous. I’ll never go back. Stick with a nicer resort such as Wilderness Territory or Kalahari, they’re more expensive but now I see why.”

Meijer

  • A heads up on the free Fairlife milk from Kristina: “Beware – the chocolate has Splenda (sucralose) in it. Splenda gives me terrible headaches… so glad I read the ingredients list!”
  • From feelgood: “Besides the Hamburger Helper and Chi-Chi’s salsa listed above, there is also a 50% savings on the following products with mPerks digital coupons (prices listed after 50% off coupon):22 oz Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayo $1.49
    4-pk Jello Refrigerated Pudding $0.99
    14.5 oz Del Monte Tomatoes $0.45
    Del Monte Specialty vegetables $0.69
    4-pk Del Monte Fruit Cups $1.09
    7 oz Del Monte Refrigerated Fruit Cup $0.49
    Entenmann’s Donuts or Little Bites $1.99
    16.3 oz Peter Pan Peanut Butter $1.25
    Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave Popcorn $1.75
    Chi-Chi’s Tortillas $0.94Easiest way to find the 50% off coupons is to search “newest” in the mPerks coupon section. Also, they’re manufacturer coupons.”
  • And another Purina find from feelgood to add on to the cheap Purina Natural Cat Chow deal here: “For those with dogs, 24 oz. Purina Alpo Wholesome Dog Biscuits are $2.50 each at Meijer. Redplum (zip 60154) has a Buy One Get One Free coupon, and a $1.00/1 coupon. This would also work well with the Catalina offer, and both mPerks pet offers.”

Target

  • Sue is wondering: “Since Target went to 70% off Easter on Thursday, anyone know if it’ll be Saturday or Sunday for the 90% off?  Need to get the basics for 150 baskets for next year, and don’t want to miss the day!  Thanks.”
  • Jesse found Lime-A-Way trigger cleaner at the City Target in Chicago on State Street with a try me free rebate on it.
  • A great Easter clearance candy find from Pam: “Just left Target in Villa Park. I used the Brach’s coupon on Chocolate marshmallow rabbits to get them for $.60. Better yet, M&Ms bags are 50% off @ $1.59. Used four $1/1 coupons from 3-15 RP I believe & two target coupons from their website of $1/2 to get four bags for $.09 a piece!! Yay! Plenty left!”