Top Ten Dollar General deals week of 11/16/14 – 11/22/14

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Here are the top ten Dollar General deals and coupon matchups I see for the  week of 11/16/14 – 11/22/14.

Top Ten Dollar General deals

  • $10 plush toys on sale for $5 11/20-11/22 only.
  • Matchbox or Hot Wheels reg. $1-$1.25 each, buy one get TWO free 11/20-11/22 only.
  • 7-Up, Sunkist, Canada Dry, A&W 2-liters, $.75 when you buy three 11/20-11/22 only. Use previously available $1.00/3 printable if you still have.
  • 150 oz Sun liquid laundry detergent, $2.50 each when you buy two 11/20-11/22 only.
  • Hellmann’s Mayo, $2.50 11/20-11/22 only. Use $.50/1 in the 11/16 RP.
  • Jell-O No Bake, BOGO.
  • Glad quart or gallon food storage or freezer bags, $1.50. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • AmeriGas propane exchange, $17.00. Print $3.00/1 here.
  • Clover Valley corn, etc, 2/$1 must buy two.
  • Select Wet n’ Wild eye makeup, $3.00. Use $1.00/1 in the 11/16 SS.

Reader deals 11/13/14

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

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.

Apps

  • Evelyn noticed: “Jingit now shows that it’s available for meijer, lowes and home depot!”
  • Krystle comments: “Jennie O Oven ready turkey reset for me, so $3.99 turkey breast at Jewel (after $1 MFG, and $5 checkout51). Just wish Ibotta reset as well :)”
  • Allison posts on Facebook: “Free Met-Rx Gummies at Walmart with Shopmium rebate. Limit 5″ Use code GMEFHHTP on signup to unlock a welcome offer for 100% back on a Lindt bar.

Amazon

Dollar General

  • A heads up from Jane: “Update on Libby’s deal: I read on another blog (couponaholic.net) that if you use a coupon on the 3/$1 price, it will not give you that sale price and adjusts it to a higher price. I feared this would happen since I have had many ongoing issues there so I decided to price match at Target or Walmart. My Target doesn’t carry Libby’s brand so I headed to Walmart where they do and are actually 50c each on sale. They did ask to see my ad to verify the brand and then I got 32 cans for 8.3c each after the deal! I also found another zip code to use to print another set of coupons (10001) With 2 computers, I was able to print 8 coupons. Happy husband putting his cans in the basement for his stockpile and noticed the dates on cans were 12-2017. Awesome deal!”

Fresh Thyme

  • Nancy M. shares: “Fresh Thyme had avocados 3 for $1″

Garden Fresh

  • Alice found: “Garden Fresh has 5ct or so bags (avocados) $1″

Groupon

  • Samantha shares: “I decided that the Timber Ridge was a really good deal…. Thank you for posting!! I’m staying a Sat. and Sun. night and it works out to $150 a night with all fees and taxes! I wanted to stay a Thursday night because on Friday mornings in Dec. they have a Thomas the Train show over at the Grand Geneva but couldn’t get to work with our schedules. I would suggest checking out the Holiday activities and makes it an even better deal in my opinion.”
  • Amanda posts in Hot Deals: “Going along with the tea theme I found this deal on groupon for only $10.” And today only use code SAVE for 10% off.

Home Depot

Meijer

  • Thoughts from feelgood on Campbell’s: “That’s an interesting question, Meijer VERY rarely has mPerks that stack like this one ($1.00 off every four). I plan to also bring the $1.00/5 printables and use self-serve checkout. After scanning four soups, I’ll see if the $1.00 mPerks comes off. If it does, I’ll scan four more and pay. If it doesn’t, I’ll scan just two more and use the $1.00/5 printable before paying.” I have noticed them more and more frequently. In my experience, they have come off of each item, just like they say they will :).

Online deals

  • DON likes the Finish Line college sweats: “These are great – we purchased and received 2 a few weeks ago and I am quite impressed with the quality”
  • An idea from Kate: “Feeling generous? My local homeless transitional center is always looking for all of these things to provide someone just moving into a permanent residence.”
  • Amy likes the Disney blankets: “I got these last year and they made great gifts for friends kiddos, such a good deal!” I agree. I got one for my kiddo two years ago and she still uses every night! I actually am considering getting a second for her to take to “school.”

Reader requests

  • Karen is wondering: “Does anyone recommend a tree farm in Chicago to cut down your own tree at reasonable prices?”
  • From Jesse in Hot Deals: “I would love to purchase a kitchenaid for christmas as a gift, but they’re always so expensive… I’m hoping there is or will be an amazing deal someone knows about? Thank you!!” An addition: “or maybe a similar mixer with another brand? I know I saw one Walmart has for $20 (Hamilton Beach) but it is a lot more simpler.”
  • Rosemary’s advice: “My opinion is that no other brand will compare to a Kitchenaid. But here’s something I learned: a couple of years ago my old mixer started leaking oil. Instead of paying to get it repaired, I ordered a new Kitchenaid from QVC because it seemed like a great deal. I could tell right away the quality was not up to par with the older one, so I called Kitchenaid. What I found out was that they make a line exclusively for QVC which is not of the same quality as what you can buy in the store. That’s why they’re cheaper. I sent it back.”
  • Jane asks: “This is even a better deal than the BOGO coupon we had last week to print for this sale. Please tell me Walgreens does not have a problem with the word Walmart on the coupon. I never know how they will be, anyone know the policy? Thanks.”

Strack & Van Til

  • From Sharon: “I went to Stracks in Crown Point tonight. I took the ad from Meijer (this past Sunday) and price matched the Butterball Turkey for .89 /lb. I believe the tagged price was 1.99 per pound. I also wanted to get a ham, I feed 40 people at Thanksgiving, lol. Ron, the manager, told me that I had to spend 25.00 in order to get one ham and one turkey for the discounted price. I bought the Butterball, .89/lb, used the 6.00 off Stracks Q, then stacked it with the Butterball and two items Q from 11/9 SS. The Betty Crocker potatoes are on sale (which is one of the items in the Butterball Q) for .99, I used the 50/2 in the 10/26SS, then also bought a few Pillbsbury Pie Crust 1.49 (when you buy6) and used the Q from………….urg, forgot which. I like the Pillsbury, it is much flakier that the Aldi brand, and for 1.25, sure thing! I stocked up. Long story short, they will let you stack the 6.00 off Stracks and the 3.00 Butterball! Yay! But, have the ad with you If you don’t have the Meijer ad, Wise Way has the ad for Butterball at .99/lb.”
  • She adds: “Follow up to the above: I still have one more ham and one more turkey to get, but I rec’d another ad for Stracks in the newspaper today…….meaning, I have one more 6.00 Q from Stracks! But now I have to buy 25.00 more to get that price………………Hills Bros Coffee at 5.99 with 1.00 off Q? I think so! I’ll stock up on that for the winter ;)”

Target

  • A Coffee-Mate report from focadima: “Bliss is included”

Thornton’s

  • Tori shares: “No Amazon [gift cards] in Plainfield, they said they don’t carry Amazon. But I did get Bass Pro Shop and Wendy’s. They also had Chili’s, Applebee’s, Burger King, Cabela’s, itunes, xbox, Cracker Barrel, and a few others.”

Ultra Foods

  • Mandy reports: “I was hoping the Kraft cheese catalina deal running until 11-30-14 at Meijer was also working at Ultra. NOT! So, if anyone else was wondering, I shopped at Ultra today and bought 5 Kraft cheese, and no CAT.”
  • From amy: “Found tear pads at Ultra in Wheaton. $2/2 Kraft Cheese or Dairy Products. I was able to get the Kraft shredded and chunk cheese for $.88 when I bought 6 of them. Coupons expire 11/30.” Be careful, I found some similar coupons at Caputo’s but they were for produce wyb Kraft products.

Libby’s canned veggies as low as $.08 at Dollar General

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Update — This appears to be a hot mess with the registers and bopping out the sale price on items the coupon attaches to. You may wish to price match at Walmart or Target.

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Nov. 13-15 only, Libby’s canned veggies will be on sale 3/$1.00 at Dollar General (must buy 3 for discounted price). Make this even better with a new $1.00/4 printable coupon (ZIP 03910 here). So, if you can print three coupons:

  • Buy 12 cans for $4.00.
  • Use three $1.00/4 printables.
  • Pay $1.00 for all 12, or 8.3 cents a can.

With one computer:

  • Buy nine cans for $3.00.
  • Use two $1.00/4 printable coupons.
  • Pay $1.00 for all nine, or 11.1 cents a can.

(Thanks, Moola Saving Mom)

Dollar General Black Friday Deals 2014

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I’ve again teamed up with a bunch of other bloggers this year to bring you the best of the advertised Black Friday 2014 deals from various stores. Here are the Dollar General Black Friday Deals 2014, courtesy of Coupons For Your Family.

Black Friday 2014 — Dollar General Black Friday ad highlights

Dollar General will be open on Thanksgiving from 7am -7pm. The ad highlights Thanksgiving-only items along with their 3 day Thursday-Saturday Sale.

Electronics

Huawei Inspira Phone – $19.00
Thursday Only

Motorola Moto E Phone – $69.99
Thursday Only

Sega Atari Colecovision System – $28.00
Thursday Only

Sega Atari Intellivision System – $28.00
Thursday Only

Sentry Earbuds – $3.00
Must Buy 2

Sylvania Portable DVD Player, 7 – $34.00
Thursday Only

Tablet, 7 – $40.00
Thursday Only

TracFone LG306G – $9.00

Food & Beverage

Lay’s Potato Chips – $1.75
Thursday Only

Pepsi or Mountain Dew, 12 pk 12 oz cans – $2.66
Must Buy 3; Limit 6

Health & Beauty

Conair Hair Dryer – $8.00

Wet ‘n Wild Nail Gift Set – $5.00

Holiday Items

Christmas Lights, 100ct – 50% OFF
Thursday Only
Christmas Trees – 50% OFF
Thursday Only

Home & Garden

Disney Frozen Comforter – $30.00

Disney Frozen Sheet Set – $18.00

Frozen Pillowtime Pals – $15.00

Xtra Laundry Detergent, 144 oz – $3.50
$1.00/1 Xtra Laundry Detergent, 75 oz or Larger or (2) Liquid, 45 oz or ShurShot Paks, 34 ct
$1.00/1 Xtra Liquid, 75 oz or Larger, (2) Liquid, 45 oz or (1) Sureshot Paks Laundry Detergent, 34 ct – 11-9-14 SS (REGIONAL COUPON)
Final Price: $2.50
Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 Coupon

Kitchen

George Forman Grill – $14.00
Thursday Only

Toastmaster Buffet Crock Pot – $38.00
Thursday Only

Toastmaster Dual Brew Coffeemaker – $30.00
Thursday Only

Movies & Music

iTunes Gift Card, $25 – $20.00
Thursday Only

Video Games

Xbox Live Gold Membership, 3 Month – $14.99

Top Ten Dollar General deals week of 11/9/14 – 11/15/14

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Here are the top ten Dollar General deals and coupon matchups I see for the  week of 11/9/14 – 11/15/14.

Top Ten Dollar General deals

  • Thurs-Sat. Nov. 13-15 only: Libby’s canned veggies, 3/$1.00 must buy three.
  • Thurs-Sat. Nov. 13-15 only: Brawny 6 roll paper towels, $4.50. Print $.55/1 here.
  • Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 13-15 only: 13 oz Nutella, $2.00 each must buy two.
  • Thurs.-Sat Nov. 13-15 only: Family sleepwear, select shoes, select socks, 50% off.
  • 30 oz Ajax or 28 oz Palmolive dish liquid, $1.75. Use $.50/1 Palmolive in the Oct. AY.
  • Jell-O 3-3.9 oz, $.75. Print $.55/2 here.
  • Carnation evaporated milk, $1.00. Use $.55/2 in the 11/2 SS.
  • Frito-Lay multipack 20 ct, $6.50. Use $1.50/1 DG digital coupon.
  • Renuzit, $.85. Use $.55/3 in the 11/9 RP or print $1.00/3 here. Buy three get one free 11/2 RP.
  • Sparkle paper towels 8 giant = 12 regular rolls, $8.00. Use $.45/1 in the 11/2 RP. Print $1.00/1 here.

Top Ten Dollar General deals week of 11/2/14 – 11/8/14

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Here are the top ten Dollar General deals and coupon matchups I see for the  week of 11/2/14 – 11/8/14.

Top Ten Dollar General deals

  • $3.00/$15.00 Dollar General digital coupon. Good through 11/7.
  • Clover Valley 16 oz corn starch, 14 oz cranberry sauce, 15 oz canned pumpkin, $1.00.
  • Heinz 12 oz homestyle gravy, $1.00. Just $.75 each when you buy four and use $1.00/4 Heinz homestyle gravies.
  • Clover Valley canned corn, green beans, peas, tomatoes, carrots, mixed veggies, 2/$1.00 must buy two.
  • 144 oz Xtra laundry detergent, $4.00. Use $1.00/1 Dollar General digital coupon to get it for $3.00.
  • McCormick 1 oz pure vanilla or 2.37 oz ground cinnamon, $2.00. Use $1.75/2 in the 10/5 RP1 (exp. today 11/2) to get two for $2.25, or $1.13 each.
  • Buy two Nestle Toll House morsels for $5.00 get a free 2 lb Clover Valley brown or powdered sugar. Use $1.00/2 in the 9/28 SS and get all three items for $4.00.
  • Buy two Libby’s 29 oz oz pumpkin or 30 oz pumpkin pie mix for $5.50, get a free 12 oz Carnation evaporated milk. Use $.75/2 Libby’s in the 11/2 SS to pay $4.75 for the lot.
  • Energizer Max AAA or AA four pack, $3.75. Buy two specially market get $4 back in Bunny Bucks (PayPal or check). Use $.75/1 in the 11/2 SS. Buy two for $7.50, use two $.75/1 and pay $6 with $4 back for a net cost of $2 for 8 batteries, or $.25 a battery.
  • Print $1.00/1 wet n wild @ Dollar General for free cheapie makeup!

Top Ten Dollar General deals week of 10/26/14 – 11/1/14

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Here are the top ten Dollar General deals and coupon matchups I see for the  week of 10/26/14 – 11/1/14.

Top Ten Dollar General deals

  • $3.00/$15.00 Dollar General digital coupon. Good through 10/31.
  • 6 mega roll Scott paper towels (= 9 regular rolls), $5.00. Use $.75/1 in the 10/12 SS.
  • Sierra Mist 2 liter, $1.00. Use $.25/1 in the 10/12 SS.
  • 40 oz Tide, $4.95. $2.00/1 and $3.00/2 in the 10/26 PG. $2.00/1 and $5.00/3 in the 9/28 PG (exp. 10/31). Print $2.00/2 here. And print $1.00/1 here.
  • Libby’s green beans, peas, French green beans, or corn, $.50.
  • 30 ct Truvia, $2.00. Print $2.00/1 here and get it free.
  • Clover Valley spices, $1.00.
  • Carnation evaporated milk, $1.00. Print $.55/2 here (bottom right).
  • 16 oz Crisco shortening, $2.00.
  • 2 lb Clover Valley brown or powdered sugar, $1.50.

Top Ten Dollar General deals week of 10/12/14 – 10/19/14

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Here are the top ten Dollar General deals and coupon matchups I see for the  week of 10/12/14 – 10/19/14

Top Ten Dollar General deals

  • $2.00/$10.00 Dollar General digital coupon.
  • Brawny six roll paper towels, $5.00. Print $.55/1 here.
  • $2.25 off a $15 Xbox gift card or $2.75 off a $25 Xbox gift card with Dollar General digital coupon.
  • Xtra 75 oz laundry detergent, $1.95.
  • Lysol trigger or toilet bowl cleaner, $1.95. $.50/2 toilet 10/5 SS.
  • Tombstone pizza, buy two get one free — from the ad wording it looks like that drops it to $3.75 each.
  • Nestle hot cocoa packets, buy two get one free at $1.00 each, so three for $2.00 wyb three.
  • Carnation evaporated milk, $1.00. Print $.55/2 here (bottom right).
  • Ore-Ida frozen potatoes golden crinkles or tater tots 24 oz., $2.00.
  • Tidy Cats 23 lb scooping litter multi-cat or with Glade, $8.75. Use $1.00/1 in the 7/27 RP1.

Reader deals 9/28/14

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

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

  • On the Amazon Mom changes, Mary Jo on Facebook shares: “In good news, current members get a $30 credit. I suppose they are trying to keep me happy. It’s kind of working.

Apps

  • BethP noticed on Ibotta: “And Mariano’s is added too, yay!”

Dollar General

  • For the $.85 sale, Jane says: “I see a new coupon in todays red plum for Renuzit, buy 3 get 3 free, max value $3.30!”
  • From renee: “Check your dollar General stores also for the cascade rebate. I work in a advertising company and we put those rebates up in there this week.”

Kmart

  • A question from katy on the double coupon event: “Any good diaper deals for this scenario. Tia”
  • A warning from lisa: “Km art (in Joliet anyway) will not take ANY coupons that are printed by you.No manufacturer coupons you printed.just so people don’t go with them and get disappointed…..”

Meijer

  • Rangerdave says: “Meijer has backpacks on clearance.and they will be an additional 25% off Sunday through Saturday. The store on Boughton and Weber will have a larger variety of clearance backpacks.”
  • A find from kim: “At Meijer the 18 ct popsicle brand air head popsicles are $2.14 and there is a $2.00 off 9-24 ct popsicle brand. 14cents!”

Reader requests

  • DON is wondering: “Someone once mentioned that Goodwill gets Target stuff on Tuesdays – any truth to this?”
  • Kari O. responds: “Goodwill does receive Target Salvage, but the day is dependent on the locations. The super northern Chicagoland areas gets them on Friday. But keep in mind they price the items for more than the 70% off clearance price was. So you’re better off catching the items before they are Salvaged.”

Rebates

  • Sent over by Kitty: “There’s a $20 rebate on Olay facial skin care products wyb $50 worth.   it expires 9/30 but some of us may have purchased Olay products this week at Target and there’s still time to get to the $50 if you are close.”
  • Jane wonders: “On the rebate for the Action Pacs (Cascade), do you think they will send you the Visa card for $5 no matter what price you’ve paid? Like when you bought yours at DG, even without a coupon, it was less than $5. So, are we smart to shop around for the cheapest pacs if they issue a $5 card no matter what you paid. I wonder if they can actually issue a card for say $3.29? I see the rebate started 9-1….possibly others can chime in on what they did.”

Target

  • Susie shares: “Try the target in crestwood, I just picked up some backpacks @70% off on Friday. I got my 6th grader a black one on clearance for $11.98 to keep as a spare, it was originally $39.99. Also I picked up some other ones for $4.98 and $5.98. Call around because each location does markdowns at different times. The back to school clearance was between the sporting goods and toys department”