Reader deals 5/20/15

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Reader deals 5/20/15: 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.

Cut the cord

  • Don responds to a question from yesterday: “HGTV is part of the base package on https://www.sling.com/ for $20 with several other channels – check that out”

CVS

  • Samantha comments: “I did the Playtex deal today. I was able to use the B1G1, along with the $3 manufacturer, and the $2 store. Register never beeped. I also did the Pull-Ups deal (4 @ 8.99 -4x$2 manufacturer – $2/10 Huggies, which did beep, but they put it through)”

Food 4 Less

  • Deal to look for from TracyS: “If you do the I can’t believe it’s not butter deal today, you get .50 for eggs in checkout 51 and .20 in ibotta. No guarantees checkout 51 will have the eggs deal tomorrow. Paid .32 for buttery spread and eggs!” Eggs is personalized; I don’t have it — check your own app.

Jewel

  • It’s late, but if you’re still out at Jewel buying pub burgers Cari suggests: “If you are buying the Sam Adames, look for coupons on the product for $2 off beef or grilling essentials when you buy a 12 pack ( or 2 six backs). Pair that up with the cheap pubs!!”
  • From hollis: “The St Charles Jewel had Hormel pork back ribs Buy 1 Get 2 free. Now the vast majority of packages were priced $7.99/lb but some were priced@ $3.99/lb so I bought those packages which worked out to just a little over $1/lb. The pub burgers were packaged in quantities of 3 or 4 and the limit of 10 was posted on the signs by the burgers”
  • Several of you have suggested getting a rain check if your Jewel is out of pub burgers tonight.
  • On the HFCS I spotted in hamburger buns today, barb suggests: “Between acrilomide, hfc, and various other preservatives softeners and the fact that the carbs aren’t good for us either had me digging out our 2 bread machines again. 1 for gf 1 for regular and getting unbleached flours at the farmers market. Cheaper, healthier and who doesn’t love thr smell of bread rising and baking. We make and freeze once every 2 weeks buns bread. As far as couponing…deals for bread machines are really the only true break I see that you could get.”
  • April asks about that one: “My bread in machine always comes out very hard and dense. I am not sure what am I doing wrong. I am following the recipes. Do you have any suggestions on how to improve the texture?”

Meijer

  • Kitty comments: “Re: meijer pet food deals. Be sure to check the mperks coupons. There are many that can be stacked for great deals. For example, $2 off $25 any cat food and treats; buy 40 get 10 free Friskies cans; 75c/6 cans any flavor Friskies cans; $2/3 Purina cat treats 5 oz+; and several for Purina dry foods and litter. Most of them should apply to the Purina spend $35 get $5 or spend $50 get $10 (either off or back ).”

Pete’s Fresh Market

  • Charlotte shares that: “There’s a Pete’s market opening up in Darien. It seems to be in the old Kmart location.”

Reader requests

  • A question from liz: “if you signed up for saffron emails..I got a coupon for 1.00 any product..there is also 1.00 back on saffron chickpeas from snap.. And .50 back from Ibottas ..anyone know where they are on sale? Or how much they run”

Target

  • Julie says: “the target pepsi sale price is 4/$10 when you buy 4. This works at the register as ringing up 4 at the regular price and then a store coupon for the difference in the regular price and sale price for every group of 4. You are correct that a 9th would be regular price.”
  • And shirley verifies: “12 pack Pepsi is 4/$11 in my area. When I bought it a few months ago, it rang up sale price after the 4th one but it is different this time.”
  • Kristin asks on Facebook: “Has anyone been able to find the Playtex Liners deal at Target? Not even a spot for them at my store. I am in the NW burbs. Thanks!”
  • An addition from feelgood to the midweek deals: “For the Weight Watchers Smart Ones deal, the SavingStar Spend $40 get $10 back offer has returned, and it doesn’t expire until July 29th. It’s also “one-or-many”, so doing one deal of 12 would put you about half-way toward your $10 back!”
  • BethP asks on the Horizon deal: “Are these crackers in the regular cracker aisle? I looked on target.com and it shows these in stock at my store but they weren’t in the regular cracker/cookie aisle…”
  • And Karen asks: “I’ve checked two Target stores and can’t find the Horizon crackers. It’s frustrating. Anyone having luck finding these?”
  • Nancy replies: “I found them in the aisle with the goldfish and other crackers, however the shelf was empty!”
  • ElizabethF comments on the Horizon deal: “I did the deal three times, one cheddar and two peanut butter. Here is how they worked: 2 Cheddar Crackers at $3.49 each. 50% Off from Cartwheel came off first (now $1.74 each). The coupon “beeped” but my cashier pushed it right through at $4.29 off. This amount worked as a payment for the total bill. = overage of $0.81 (applied to other things). Did this twice: 2 PB Crackers at $3.49 each. The coupon went right through subtracting $3.49 from the total. But this is where it got interesting. The 50% off from Cartwheel only came off the one I paid for. The receipt shows one box at $1.74 (citing a Cartwheel discount) and the second box at $3.49 and the coupon listed directly below the box for -$3.49. This coupon was applied to the item NOT the total bill. =$1.74 for two boxes.”
  • One more deal from Jessica on Facebook: “Target in crestwood clear conditioner $2.48. Buy 2 clear and 2 dove – use 4 – $2 = $7.74 with tax and get $5 got card = $2.74 for 4.”

Whole Foods

  • One from feelgood: “For anyone with American Express cards, go online and check your offers at the bottom of the page. Mine has: Spend $75 or more at Whole Foods Market, get $10 back.”

Reader deals 5/18/15

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Reader deals 5/18/15: 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.

CVS

  • Pam points out on the SavingStar Ajax freebie that: “Might be good to do at CVS, where this week it is part of the paper towel/ toilet paper deal.”
  • A heads up from BethP: “The concealer was $7.29 at my store and it still didn’t generate – they had to manually do it.”
  • And if you’re doing Physicians Formula, check your coupons from the magic machine to see if you have the same as ellen did: “I had a $4/$10 coupon from the mcm for physicians formula and I rolled a $7ecb so I got powder for $3.”

Jewel

  • Shopping the upcoming one day sale at Jewel? Jeri found: “EssentialEveryday.com has a $0.75 off ONE (1) Essential Everyday Paper Towels, 2-count or more that can be used with the sale price of $3.99.”
  • And a heads up from Maria S.: “I’ve always liked the pub burgers. About a month ago, I bought some and made hamburgers. My boyfriend and I agreed that they did not taste as good as we had remembered. Also, they were VERY greasy. However, I still will be buying them Wednesday, but I probably will use the meat for chili, tacos, etc.”

Reward Programs

  • Cynthia forwards the following from My Coke Rewards: “Earn a free* Fandango® ticket (up to $13 total value) for every 6 codes on 15.2 oz. or 20 oz. bottles of Minute Maid® you enter on minutemaid.com/movie. You can get up to 5 movie tickets total before 6/30, so start entering your codes today!”

Reader deals 5/17/15

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Reader deals 5/17/15: 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.

Amazon

  • Outlander was disappointed by the cheap Thai Kitchen coconut milk: “I recently used one can from the last deal like this, and while very nice, thick and creamy, it had no coconut flavor whatsoever. None! No scent of coconut either, just kind of weird, but I would not say spoiled. Disappointing.”

CVS

  • BethP shares: “On the Glade deal, in addition to the One or Many buy $30, get $5 offer on SavingStar – I also had a separate $0.50/1 any Glade rebate in my SavingStar account!”

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Jewel

  • Notes on the today-only Jewel sales from Jane: “You know what’s funny, I didn’t even read “When you buy in multiples of 4″ and on Friday I only bought 2 marinades and they did come up 77c each! How weird is that? One time I only bought 1 -2 liter when it said that multiples of 4 thing and it did not work that time. I remember because I went back to see the sign and that’s when I saw the buy 4 rule. Another funny thing is I was at Jewel this morning to get more chicken (it’s good!) and had the other dipping $1 off 1 coupon in my wallet and meant to check the price of those too. They were not enforcing the limit 1 rule on the chicken either. My husband was going to get 1 but the lady in the meat dept. said we could get as many as we wanted. I’m sure they just put a limit on it so someone would not clean them out. I only got 2 but today there were GIANT packs along with the value packs!”

Meijer

  • If you are doing the Cottonelle deal today, check your stash. Cari comments: “I did the deal on Friday and happened to have $0.75/1 tear pads in my stash.”
  • And a heads up on the Cottonelle wipes from suez: “Just FYI Flushable wipes are at your own risk!! Just had my sewer lines rodded out and what did he pull out?? A huge wad of wipes. They are not really flushable and could cause major damage.”
  • And if you’re having trouble getting your Meijer to take Walgreens competitor coupons, Pookie suggests: “Contact your Market Manager, your store manager can get you the number. They will clarify with them that they do in fact take them :)”

Reader requests

  • Yvette is looking for: “deals or ways to get cheap or free garden soil? looking to fill sort of a raised bed area for vegeteble planting…”

Tanga

  • A heads up from Jenny’s on the chalkboard decal deal: “The Photos Of the product from this company are Incredibly deceptive. It’s only 18 inches high and 6 feet long, some of the photos are of chalkboard painted walls, or classroom whiteboard (obviously not a decal). Make sure that the product is what you actually want and don’t expect to get what you see in all the pictures”

Print for net free Playtex at CVS

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If you didn’t get the high value Playtex coupon in your 5/17 SS, here’s a new $3.00/1 Playtex printable so that you can do the below deal!

  • Playtex Sport tampons 32-36 ct, pads 36 ct, combo pack 32-48 ct, or Gentle Glide tampons 36-40 ct, $7.99 with $3.00 ECB back, limit one. Stack the $3.00/1 in the 5/17 SS or new $3.00/1 Playtex printable here with the $2.00/1 CVS printable here out of prints for a net cost of free after coupon + ECB.

Print for cheap Special K cereal at CVS

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This week at CVS, buy Kellogg’s Special K cereal, bars, or Quaker instant oatmeal 10 ct, 2/$5.00 and get $2.00 ECB limit 1. Here’s a deal with a new Special K cereal printable coupon:

That works out to just $.85 a box!

Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 5/17/15

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Here are your CVS photo codes for the week of 5/17/15 through 5/23/15 unless noted, online only:

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The codes below are good from 5/17/2015 through 5/23/2015 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 5/30/15:

Net free CVS shopping

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Just a quick note since I’m about to go eat a Sunday breakfast cooked by MashupDad (yay!). Stopped by CVS this morning and:

  • Heads up — the $7.00 Physicians Formula ECB did not print on the $6.99 concealer, and they had to generate it manually.

I had a $10/$40 coupon in email this week, so used that with all the deals I told you about in this week’s CVS matchups (including the cheap milk, free Playtex, money making Glade, free Physicians Formula and more) to get all of the above for a net cost of free after coupons, ECB, and cash back sites. What did you get at CVS today?

CVS deals week of 5/17/15 – 5/23/15

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Here are the best CVS deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 5/17/15 – 5/23/15.

Top CVS deals week of 5/17/15

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  • Dean’s gallon milk, $2.99 with $1.00 ECB back. So: Buy one for $2.99. Use $.55/1 in the 5/17 SS = $2.44. Get back $1.00 ECB = $1.44. Get back $.30 from Ibotta = net $1.14 for a gallon of milk! Milk brands and prices are regional, so check your local ad.
  • Playtex Sport tampons 32-36 ct, pads 36 ct, combo pack 32-48 ct, or Gentle Glide tampons 36-40 ct, $7.99 with $3.00 ECB back, limit one. Stack the $3.00/1 in the 5/17 SS with the $2.00/1 CVS printable here for a net cost of free after coupon + ECB.
  • Kellogg’s Special K cereal, bars, or Quaker instant oatmeal 10 ct, 2/$5.00 get $2.00 ECB limit 1. myWeekly Ad also shows Special K brownies as a participating product. Get $.75 back on bars or brownies on Ibotta. There’s a $.75/1 brownies manufacturer printable on the Target site — it has a tiny Target logo so ymmv at CVS. If you can use, though: Buy two brownies for $5.00. Use two $.75/1 coupons = $3.50. Get back $2.00 ECB and $.75 from Ibotta for a net cost of $.75 for both, or $.38 each.
  • Gold Emblem Abound freeze dried fruit 1-1.25 oz, $2.99 get $1.00 ECB limit 1. Use the previously available $1.00/1 printable, or use the $2.00/2 snack items coupon on this and the below deal.
  • Gold Emblem Abound 8.8 oz breakfast biscuits, $2.99 get $1.00 ECB limit 1. So buy this and the freeze dried fruit above for $5.98. Use the $2.00/2 Abound snack items printable = $3.98. Get back $1.00 ECB for biscuits and $1.00 for fruit for a net cost of $1.98 for two, or $.99 each.
  • Glade candle 3.8-4 oz, Plugins refill .67 oz, fabric 22 oz, wax melts 6 ct, or S&S refill .43 oz, 2/$5.50 get $2.00 ECB limit 1. On Ibotta through 5/18, get $1.00 back on two 3.8 oz jar candles or two wax melts. Check your Checkout 51 for $1.00 back on jar candles and $1.00 back on wax melts, limit 3 on each. There’s also a one or many trips offer on SavingStar to get back $5 once you spend $30. So: Buy two 3.8 oz Glade candles OR two Glade wax melts for $5.50. Use two $1.00/1 Glade products from the 5/3 SS1 = $3.50 with $2.00 ECB back = net $1.50. Get $1.00 back from Ibotta and $2.00 back from Checkout 51 for a money maker! Note: Ibotta and C51 value may vary by user; check yours.
  • Windex, Scrubbing Bubbles, or Shout, 2/$6.50 get $3.00 ECB limit 1. Use two $.75/1 Windex printables here to pay $5.00 with $3.00 back for a net cost of $2.00 for two, or $1.00 each. Or, buy two Scrubbing Bubbles toilet cleaning gel and use BOGO in the 4/19 SS. Pay $3.25 with $3.00 back for a net cost of just $.25. (These deals also qualify for the one or many trips offer on SavingStar to get back $5 once you spend $30.)
  • Physicians Formula cosmetics, buy one get $7.00 ECB limit 1. Look for concealers around $6.99-$7.49 for a net cost as low as free.
  • Huggies spend $30 get $10 idea: Buy four jumbo packs for $35.96. Use four $3.00/1 Huggies coupons here (must share; need two computers to print) = $23.96. Use the $2.00/$10 CVS store coupon here = $21.96 with $10 back for a net cost of $11.96 for all four packs, or $2.99 each! (If you can’t get four $3.00/1, use two $3.00/1 and two $2.00/1 printables here to pay $23.96 with $10 back.) Or if you need Pull-Ups, buy four packs for $35.96. Use four $2.00/1 Pull-Ups coupons here and the $2.00/$10.00 CVS store coupon here = $25.96 with $10 back, or net $15.96 for four, $3.99 each.
  • Sundown Naturals gummies 50-90 ct, $7.00 get $4.00 ECB limit 1. Use $2.00/1 in the 5/17 RP1 or print $2.00/1 here. Pay $5.00 with $4.00 back for a net cost of just $1.00.

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

Reader deals 5/16/15

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Reader deals 5/16/15: 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.

Big R

  • Don O. is wondering: “Big R rebates… similar to how Menards works ? Looks interesting”
  • And feelgood clarifies: “Sure sounds like it: “Rebate in the form of a merchandise credit check”.”

Carson’s

  • If you are also shopping Black Friday in May Carson’s sales in store with the $10/$10 coupon, Susie suggests: “Also, check your emails too because I recieved it via email. I like the fact that it didn’t say one person on the coupon. You can also pick up some free Chaps tshirts or $2 polos for the boys after the $10 coupon. The tshirts were on sale for $10 and the polos were $12-$13 depending on the size. Also for the girls the puma shirts had prices starting at $12 and up. So $2 and up after the $10 coupon!”

CVS

  • On the Dean’s milk deal, Meg comments: “Check your coupons that prints from the red machine. I have a $0.50 coupon. So less than a dollar for me. :)”

Jewel

  • Clarification from seachicago on Marzetti croutons: “Just to clarify on the Marzetti croutons: it *is* just a 50 cent off coupon for Marzetti croutons that’s generated at checkout (not an ONYO for your next purchase). In my excitement, I used the wrong terminology! :) But it does seem to roll; if you use it, it still generates another.”

Meijer

  • A use for the PowerShot coupon in the 5/17 paper from feelgood: “The $1.50/1 Purex Power Shot coupon matches up nicely with the “Get $5 off instantly when you buy $20 or more of Household Cleaning or Laudry Products listed below” in Meijer’s weekly ad. Purex Power Shot is $2.99, so $1.49 each after coupon. Coupon states limit 4, so you’d need other Purex coupons (there were $1.00/1 printables earlier this week) or purchase other participating products to reach $20 for the additional $5 instant off. For free Purex Power Shot at Target, there’s the Try Me Free rebate. If it’s $3.99 or less, don’t waste a coupon: http://www.purex.com/promotions/rebate/

Reader Requests

  • Maria S. comments on the Kmart mobile coupon deal that: “My cell phone plan doesn’t allow these kind of texts. Does anyone know a way to get them?”

Ultra Foods

  • A deal Maureen T. spotted: “The ultra foods in downers grove (75th lemont) had a couple dozen boxes of gluten free pasta in their clearance section today for .99. I think the brand was ronzoni.” If so, there’s a $1.00/1 printable coupon here.

Walgreens

  • If you prefer to buy your milk at Walgreens, letsshop points out: “Walgreens $2.49 minus discounts if your store has the Deans brand !”

Weather

  • Don comments on the free after rebate weather radio: “I was 0 for 2 on this product…. loses ability to charge in less then a month – its a shame too because I liked it otherwise…”

Dean’s Milk net $1.14 at CVS starts 5/17

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Starting tomorrow 5/17 at CVS, Dean’s gallon milk will be on sale for $2.99 with $1.00 ECB back. So:

  • Buy one for $2.99.
  • Use $.55/1 in the 5/17 SS = $2.44.
  • Get back $1.00 ECB = $1.44.
  • Get back $.30 from Ibotta = net $1.14 for a gallon of milk!

Milk brands and prices are regional, so check your local ad.