Reader Deals 12/14/14

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

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Facebook Wall.

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.

Crunchy Friday

  • Peaches sent a Crunchy Friday book recommendation, “100 Days of Real Food is a good book for families that are trying to wean them selves off of processed foods for the first time, but for people that that have been following her blog for a while, I am not sure how much they would get out of the book.  A better choice for people who already know how to steer clear of processed food might be the Pollan Family Table, which has gotten fantastic reviews on Amazon, and is written by Michael Pollan’s Mother and three sisters. “

Culver’s

  • Mandy reports on the Culver’s deal, “We went to Culvers in Lombard yesterday and bought a $25 GC.  We rec’d a voucher for a free value basket b4 2/22/15 and a Culvers calendar with 2 coupons a month for various items attached.  Several were b1g1f offers.  Nice!”

CVS

  • Julie comments on a deal at CVS this week, “The Nivea Body Wash was a $1 money maker for me. The magic coupon machine spit out a $2/$8 body wash/liquid soap coupon along with the $2/2 Nivea coupon.”
  • Question from April: “I bought that Dulcolax 24ct. tablets this morning mostly to use up my ECB from Thanksgiving sale. The rebate says, that purchase price calculated net of any coupons and excluding tax. My ECB were scanned as Cvs manufacturer coupons?! They are equivalent to cash in Cvs, but on my recipt they looks like a man. coupons. After all my recipt shows that I paid only $1.67 ! There is no phone number on the rebate to call and ask them a question. Can anyone guess an outcome? If they only return me $1.67, then I raver use my ECB on something else.”

Reader Requests

  • Sharon has a request, “If anyone has heard of any good deals for a “ride on” 12 volt bike or car for a girl, I would appreciate it! I’ve been eyeing up the one at Walmart, the Barbie 12 volt Jeep. My grand daughter is 5 though, and I’m afraid that it would already be too small for her. Thanks so much in advance :-)
  • Kari has some suggestions for Sharon, “My two year old loves this kind but it hardly moves with my 5 yr old in it. My five year old actually got a real four wheeler instead from her grandpa. It was used from craigslist and only a 50cc. Anyway. The best deals on these battery powered ones come next month during Target’s unofficial 70% off toy clearance. ( http://instagram.com/p/jVw4pFMifS/ ) So, I would wait it out.”
  • Julie asks, “Any idea of how I can get some individual lego pieces like these? In a kit with other oddballs would be fine or straight up ordering several of each (or close to each) would do. (Specifically looking for about 6 of the jointed ones, and 4 of the straight ones and 4 of “three-nubs” straight ones.) THANKS for any advice!

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Ultra Foods

  • Feelgood sent a deal for this week at Ultra, “Free Idaho potatoes if you have the $1.00 manufacturer coupon found on the Beringer winetag.

Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 12/14/14

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Here are your CVS photo codes for the week of 12/14 through 12/20, online only:

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The code below is good from 12/14/2014 through 12/16/2014 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 12/31/14:

Shopping sick, wasting money…

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I haven’t been this sick in a long time, guys — Which is why it was so quiet around here last night and Zack kindly wrote up the CVS deals for you all (thanks, Zack!). Went to bed at a crazy 8PM last night and woke up at 9:15 today, feeling somewhat better — so foolishly decided I had the energy for a quick trip to CVS. Where I forgot to take a $1.79 ECB out of the stack of coupons I gave them, so instead of kicking it out the register reduced my $4/$20 coupon down to $2.24 and I wasted $1.76. Doh. :)

Milk, $2.99. Will get back $.25 from Ibotta.
Nestle Pure Life water, $2.79.
CVS probiotic, $9.99.
Excedrin, $4.99. Used $1.50/1 printable.

Used a $4/$20 email coupon (reduced to $2.24, see above) and $17.02 in ECB. Paid $.32 and got back $13.49 in ECB ($1 milk, $2.50 Excedrin, $9.99 probiotic) plus $.25 back from Ibotta for a net cost of $3.60. Don’t be me; do math better. ;)

CVS deals week of 12/14/14 – 12/20/14

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Here are the best CVS deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 12/14/14 – 12/20/14. Stores open til midnight through 12/23, pharmacy hours may vary.

Top CVS deals week of 12/14/14

  • Dean’s milk, $2.99 get $1.00 ECB limit 2. Get $.25 back from Ibotta. Milk brands and deals will vary by region; check your local ad.
  • Nivea body wash 16.9 oz. or 12 oz. scrub 2/$10 get $3 ECB limit 1. $2/2 from CVS coupon machine. Share to print $2/1 here. wrong size Pay $4 for 2 and get $3 ECB to pay a net cost of $0.50 each.
  • Spend $25 on any Schick razors, cartridges or disposables (excludes 2 ct. and 2+10 ct.) get $10 ECB limit 1. Print BOGO free Schick disposables here. $3/2 and $2/1 Schick coupons in the 12/7 and 11/23 SS. 3-packs of Hydro Silk razors are $12.99, so use the BOGO coupon and get two packs for a net cost of $2.99 after coupon/ECB.
  • Excedrin migraine or extra strength 24 ct. $4.99 get $2.50 ECB. $1.50/1 here. Net cost $0.99.
  • Dulcolax $6.99. Print $1/1 here. Submit for rebate for up to $10 purchase free here. Net cost free.
  • CVS Brand Probiotic 15-ct. $9.99 get $9.99 ECB limit 1. Net cost free.
  • Xtra liquid laundry detergent 30 loads $1.99. Get $1 coupon from CVS machine. Net cost $0.99.

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

Possible money making Cover Girl nail at CVS

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Heads up from Jaci: “Just did that deal in the NW suburbs they are 50% off so it did not trigger $5 ECB can’t beat it with coupon cheap SS.”

This week at CVS, buy two Cover Girl eye, lip, nail get $5.00 ECB limit 1. Cover Girl Glosstini nail polish is included and priced around $3.79 (may vary by location). So:

  • Buy two Cover Girl Glosstini nail polish for $7.58.
  • Use two $1.50/1 Cover Girl from the 11/30 PG = $4.58.
  • Get back $5.00 ECB for a net cost of two better than free nail polish.

(Thanks, The Centstable Shoppin’)

Reader Deals 12/7/14

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

  • Email Rachel: [email protected]
  • Comment on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Facebook Wall.

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.

 

Heads Up

  • Regarding the CVS deals of the week, Ellen had this comment, “i went to cvs for the hershey’s kisses. i had a cvs coupon for $1.00/2 in addition to the mfg. coupon.  they had milk chocolate and dark chocolate with mint truffle filling too. i got one of each. they were all in the same area under one sign. the milk choc rang up as $3 but the mint rang up at $3.99 and the ecb didnt generate. the mgr corrected it and gave me the $2ecb.”

Second City

  • Ellen commented on the discount comedy sketch at Second City, “my husband and i saw this show last weekend. it was excelent. the kids bout us the tickets for a gift. i think they were $41.00 each.”

TJ Maxx

  • On the Melissa and Doug Car Carrier price drop deal, Anne comments on them and other toys, “I just saw these this weekend at the New Lenox TJMaxx for around $12 and thought they looked awesome. We ended up buying another Melissa & Doug truck set for a great price….they have a lot of great deals on quality toys there!”

Walgreens

  • For the free baby wipes/cheap diapers deal, Brienne wrote: “I ran out this morning and was able to snag 22 packages for a net cost of $1.56 after points (3 different walgreens). If your store is out, find out when their truck comes in during the week and you may be able to get them then”

Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 12/7/14

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Here are your CVS photo codes for the week of 12/7 through 12/13, online only:

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The code below is good from 12/7/2014 through 12/10/2014 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 12/31/14:

Who knew Craisins were high tax shopping

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OK, who here knew that Craisins were high tax? Not I! lol — $.62 in tax for five bags this morning at CVS. My store oddly still had an entirely full shelf of Craisins at 10:45 AM when I went. So: Five bags of Craisins for $7.50. One Dean’s milk for $2.99. Used five $1.00/1 Craisins from the 11/23 RP and got $.25 back on milk from Ibotta, so paid with $4.99 in ECB and $.67 (tax), got back $1.00 ECB and $.25 from Ibotta for a net cost of $4.41.

CVS deals week of 12/7/14 – 12/13/14

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Here are the best CVS deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 12/7/14 – 12/13/14. Stores open til midnight through 12/23, pharmacy hours may vary.

Top CVS deals week of 12/7/14

  • Dean’s milk, $2.99 get $1.00 ECB limit 2. Get $.25 back from Ibotta. Milk brands and deals will vary by region; check your local ad.
  • Craisins, $1.50. Use $1.00/1 in the 11/23 RP to get them for just $.50.
  • Dunkin Donuts 11-12 oz coffee or Folgers 12 ct K-Cups, $5.99 get $1.00 ECB limit 1. You could buy one coffee for $5.99 with $1.00 back for a net cost of $4.99. Or, buy two Dunkin Donuts coffee for $11.98. Print $1.75/2 here. Pay $10.23 with $1.00 ECB back for a net cost of $9.23 for two, or $4.62 each.
  • Dove or Axe gift set, $9.99 get $2 ECB limit 1. Use $2.00/1 Axe gift pack in the 12/7 RP for a net cost of $5.99.
  • Crest sensitive paste, brushes, rinse, or Glide sensitive floss, $4.79 get $3 ECB limit 2. Print $1.25/1 paste here for the best deal: Pay $3.54 after coupon with $3 ECB back for a net cost of $.54.
  • On the baby ECB deal: Buy three packs of Huggies for $23.97. Use the $1.00/1 CVS store coupon and three $2.00/1 manufacturer coupons. Pay $16.97 with $5 back for a net cost of $11.97 for all three, or $3.99 each.
  • CVS advanced glucose meter test strips 50 ct, $9.99 get $9.99 ECB limit 1.
  • Nature’s Bounty vitamins buy one, get one free. Print two $2.00/1 Nature’s Bounty coupons and use them to get something like Vitamin D, which runs about $5.29 (prices may vary by store). That makes it about $.65 each after BOGO sale plus two coupons.
  • Schick razors, cartridges, disposables, Edge, Skintimate, spend $25 get $10 ECB limit 1. Use the BOGO disposables coupon. You could buy two Hydro 5 disposables for about $12.99 each (prices may vary by store). Use the BOGO coupon and pay $12.99 with $10 back for a net cost of $2.99 for two, or just $1.50 each.

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