Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 9/3/14 – 9/9/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 9/3/14. 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

  • Indiana Kitchen (all-natural, locally produced) boneless pork chops family pack, $1.99/lb.
  • Red peppers, $.89/lb.
  • Gala apples, $.79/lb.
  • Black seedless watermelon, $.19/lb.
  • 6 oz blackberries or raspberries, $1.50. If Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Local eggplant, green beans, or zucchini, $.59/lb.
  • Local slicing cucumbers, $.29/lb.
  • Local red beets, 3 lbs/$1.00.
  • Yakisoba, $.79. Use $.50/1 in the 8/17 SS.
  • Sara Lee 20 oz Soft & Smooth whole grain white or 100% whole wheat, honey wheat, or 100% whole wheat bread, $1.99. Use $.55/1 in the 8/17 SS.

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 8/27/14 – 9/2/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 8/27/14. 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

  • Fresh made Italian sausage, $2.49/lb.
  • IL sweet corn, 5/$1.00.
  • Whole seedless watermelon, $1.99 each.
  • Reser’s deli salads, $.79/lb.
  • Bartlett pears, $.89/lb.
  • Cauliflower, $.59/lb.
  • Yukon Gold B size potatoes 3 lb bag, $.99.
  • Seedless cucumbers, $.50 each.
  • Cantaloupe, $1.29 each.
  • Orlando 28 oz tomatoes, $.99.

Reader deals 8/21/14

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

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

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

Caputo’s

  • Outlander reports: “I found at Caputo’s Papermate 10-pack pencils on clearance for $0.50, and got some free with the $0.50 Q.”

Carson’s

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “Today’s 8/21 Carson’s ad has a coupon for $10/$10 Black Friday coupon.”

Coupons

  • A heads up from Sue B.: “Tried to use this boho q today at Walmart and it wouldn’t scan :( Thus Walmart would not accept it. Will try and Jewel some time this week. Anyone else have trouble redeeming it.”

Information

  • Suzann shares: “A must read site for all food shoppers is foodsafetynews.com—they pick up all recalls,salmonella outbreaks,etc. Its worth a quick read once a week. You will know something before your grocery store gets around to pulling stuff from shelves. When I took my peanut butter back to WalMart that you mentioned they did not even know this–they refunded with no problems since I had the story from foodsafetynews.”

Reader requests

  • On avoiding unnecessary additives, jaci is wondering: “Any recommendations on juice boxes?”
  • From james: “I was wondering if you had any contact information on the Walmart/Hamburger Helper $6.44 rebate from months ago. I contacted General Mills and they told me this is a walmart offer and to contact them. To date I have not received my $12.88 (was allowed to do two offers).”
  • Martha posts on Facebook: “I just found out that I need new brake pads and rotors (like now) at Midas, to the tune of around $400. Does anyone have any sources for savings from them, or an alternate place I could go for cheaper? (I am in south Naperville/Bolingbrook area if that helps.)”
  • From juli on the deal at Meijer: “So the free split top bread with skippy/welch is also part of the 10/$10…it doesn’t screw up that free 11th item, does it? Would it count as one of the ten (so i’d get 11 items, 2 free) or is it independent, where I’d have to get 10, the free 11th, and then the free bread with the pbj?”

Rebates

Target

  • Eun confirms: “Wet Ones is also a good deal this week. The 40ct is on TPC for $1.99. There’s a $0.50 for 28ct or larger TQ, a $1/2 IP on coupons.com and a $2 ibotta rebate for buying 2. My store lets me use multiple TQs so they were free for me after the rebate.” Yep!

Walgreens

  • From Patty: “I did find a Catalina announcement on this and the dates are 8/11/14-9/7/14. It includes ‘Shout, Pledge, Scrubbing Bubbles, Fantastik, or Windex products.’”

Reader deals 8/20/14

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

  • Outlander shares: “I made my own Almond and Cashew butter the other day with those great Planters nuts we bought recently from Amazon. They are awesome!!!! Last one I made mixed almond and cashew and added a teaspoonful of coconut oil to it. It is just soooooo tasty! I’m gonna buy more, because with 20% S&S it’s still a great deal. Hopefully there will be a Q again soon too.” They are still $37.35 shipped with Subscribe & Save, or $3.11 per BIG can.

Caputo’s

  • Outlander reports: “Raspberries are Driscoll’s!! I have to print a lot more of my Qs and go get them. Only got 3 today, and I had 1 $1 Q and 2 $0.50. I asked if its ok to come back and get more with $1 Qs, and the lady said no problem, but they will adjust them down to 99 cents. I’m hoping to stock up my freezer. I love raspberries!” Yes, I have never had a problem with them adjusting those coupons down and accepting.

Dollar General

  • Jane says: “Well I signed up for the new Digital coupons on Dollar Generals site a few days ago and finally went last night to try it out. BIG MISTAKE! I bought almost $5 worth of stuff and when I tried to punch in my phone number to get my free $2, it locked up the transaction. People started forming a line behind me and 1 lady walked out it was taking too long. (for her) The manager was not there so they had to call her and between 2 employees and the mgr. on phone now…none of them had tried the new system yet. There were signs for this new digital program right on the registers and I even asked about it before I started to check out, in order to prevent what ended up happening. I was in the store for well over AN HOUR and left the store in my prescription sunglasses because it was bright out when I got there and pitch dark when I left! I was the first person to try to use this new system!? I think I signed up Friday night for it because I recall we rode bikes on Sat. and I was dying to test it out then.”
  • And she adds: “*also wanted to share an article I read yesterday about DG.”

Information

  • From mama: “Another ingredient to watch for is triclosan. Colgate Total includes this ingredient. The news report that I saw recommended that pregnant women and children avoid this ingredient.” She also says: “Was bummed to read about triclosan in Colgate Total yesterday. I have 12 tubes in the closet – good thing they were free so I don’t feel guilty not using them! Just not worth it IMO.”

Jewel

  • Valentina S. comments: “Jewel at 4 E Ogden Ave Westmont, IL has avocados tagged $0.59. I checked with a lady at the produce department whether the signage was right. She confirmed that it’s right. She added that this store has some special prices. I got 2 avocados. I found EE Ketchup, 20 oz. squeezable bottles that stand upside down tagged 5/$5. Just $0.25 each after $1.50/2 EE any condiment coupon. I got 2 since the EE coupon is 1 per transaction. I also used $1/2 Fresh Express printable coupon from Salad Swap on two spinach bags to make $0.49/bag. Jewel eggs at this store were $0.99, limit 2. Great shopping trip. Spend $4.76 OOP after coupons with tax for all the items above!”
  • And Kitty found: “Bananas were 19c PER POUND at the Jewel in the Glen in Glenview. There was a RED ALERT sign with the price showing that it is good thru Aug 26.

Online deals

  • From Kari O.: “Oooh, this is dangerous knowledge. I got sucked into the same [Tilly's] sale during the 4th of July and ended up spending $65 using three different orders. lol. They’re stuff is awesome! Although, be aware that the “lightweight hoody” is actually as thin (if not thinner) as a T-shirt. Stretchy and long sleeved, but really really thin! I like mine but was surprised how thin it was when they came. (We got men’s and women’s).”

Reader requests

  • Mary Lou emails: “I need to find out if anyone out there has used Smart Must Haves for the $10 rebate.  I have emailed them numerous times and no one is responding.  It leads me to believe that this site is just a scam.”
  • Kerri is wondering if anyone has noticed: “was the quaker protein instant oatmeal included [in the Target deal]? There was a 55 c off in the 8/17 rp too.”

Recalls

  • On the nut butter recall, Suzann shares: “There was a similar recall about 5 years ago–I no longer had my receipts. I printed the story and customer service at Walmart refunded with no problem.”
  • And jen asks: “I have 5 jars I just bought because it was on sale:( is anyone getting through to this number? It rings ones and disconnects for me.”

Target

  • Wendy in Hot Deals points out: “I think [the TI-84 Plus] $90 at Target this week?”

Walmart

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 8/20/14 – 8/26/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 8/20/14. 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

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 8/13/14 – 8/19/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 8/13/14. 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

  • Local green peppers, $.59/lb.
  • Di Gregorio 3 liter extra virgin olive oil, $14.99 while supplies last.
  • Whole seedless watermelon, $1.99.
  • Cauliflower, $.89/lb.
  • Jumbo cantaloupe, $.99.
  • Driscoll’s raspberries or blackberries 6 oz, $1.50. Use survey coupons.
  • 5 lb bag WI red potatoes, $1.49.
  • XL slicing tomatoes, $.59/lb.
  • Ground chuck family pack, $2.99/lb.
  • Chicken:
    • Leg quarters, $.89/lb.
    • Pinwheels (thighs and drumsticks arranged like a pinwheel), $.99/lb.

 

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 8/6/14 – 8/12/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 8/6/14. 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

  • Cluster tomatoes on the vine, $.79/lb.
  • Large mangoes, $.50 each.
  • Green peppers, $.69/lb.
  • Ilinois sweet corn, 4/$1.00.
  • Idaho jumbo baking potatoes, $.25/lb (or a 50 lb box for $9.99).
  • Local cucumbers, $.25 each.
  • Wilson deli ham, $3.99/lb. Look for $1.00/1 lb tearpads at the counter (I found them there today 8/5).
  • 16.9 oz Filippo Berio olive oil, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Pint blueberries, $1.50. In the unlikely event they are Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Shurfine 12 ct plain ice cream cups, $.99.

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 7/30/14 – 8/5/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 7/30/14. 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

  • Local green beans, $.59/lb.
  • Krakus Polish deli ham, $3.99/lb. Print $1.00/1 lb here.
  • Butterball deli turkey, $3.99/lb. Use $1.00/1 lb in the 6/29 SS (expires 8/2) and look for tearpads at the deli counter.
  • Cauliflower, $.59/lb.
  • Broccoli crowns, $.69/lb.
  • Illinois grown cabbage, $.19/lb.
  • 1 lb strawberries, $1.50. If they are Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Andy Boy romaine lettuce, $.59/lb.
  • Organic green onions, $.50. In case they are Earthbound Farm, print $.75/1 here to get them free.
  • Organic grape tomatoes pint, $.99.

A little shopping amidst driving around

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I had to drive around hither and yon on various errands today, so figured I’d stop into the stores I was by anyway. Like: I had to pick up a prescription at CVS, then realized I need to color my hair before my brother’s wedding, then realized I had no hair color at home — the magic machine gave me $4/$20 John Frieda and it’s buy one get one 50% off this week, so I bought two even though I didn’t have my ECB with me, lol.

I stopped into Jewel with Mr. 7 and got $1.50 back for post-redeeming my Barbara’s coupon for yesterday’s trip (dropping that to net $.64 after coupons, Checkout 51, and Shopmium — thanks to David for pointing out the Shopmium!). Then we discovered that if you redeem a Kids Club Produce Card for a free apple and don’t buy anything else, it locks up the register, causes consternation, and requires the override key. (One apple before the free card, by the way? $1.15. Not pictured, because Mr. 7 ate it down to the seeds.)

So what is pictured?

CVS

  • Two John Frieda hair colour, $19.48 after buy one get one 50% off sale.

Used $4/$20 from the magic machine and paid $17.09. (Didn’t realize it wasn’t up to $20, oops, I totally did not do that on purpose because my bad math in the store made me think it would be $20.48.)

Caputo’s

  • 2 Lunchables with Smoothies, $4.00. (Mr. 7 has been jonesing for Lunchables, which I buy maybe once or twice a year, because, ick.) Used two $1.00/1 printables here.
  • 4 Fisher almond pouches, $8.00. Used four $1.00/1 from the 6/15 SS.
  • 3 artichokes, $1.00.
  • Pineapple, $.99.
  • Blueberries, $1.50.
  • Corn, $.75.
  • Sour cream, $1.00.

Paid $11.44

Ultra Foods

  • Green Giant Idaho Potatoes, $2.00. Used exp. $1.00/1 Green Giant bagged veggies from the June big book of savings at Jewel.
  • 3 Borden sliced cheese, $5.94. Used exp. $3.00/3 printable (no longer available).
  • 3 lb Granny Smith apples, $2.50.

Paid $6.62. That’s $35.15 total. Darn hair color, lol. For the week so far I’m at an out of pocket cost of $53.21 and a net cost of $46.46. How’s your shopping going?

Top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals week of 7/23/14 – 7/29/14

Here are the top ten Angelo Caputo’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 7/23/14. 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

  • Perdue chicken drumsticks family pack, $.99/lb.
  • XL red or yellow peppers, $.99/lb.
  • Whole pineapple, $.99 each.
  • Whole seedless watermelon, $2.49.
  • XL artichokes, 3/$1.00.
  • Local kale, $.69/lb.
  • Spinach bunch, $.59 each.
  • Zucchini, $.49/lb.
  • Pint blueberries, $1.50. In the unlikely event they are Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Dean’s 8 oz dips, $.99. Print $1.00/2 here.