Print now save later — Popcorn and pop at Jewel — or not

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Update: This coupon prints with an “available at Walmart” logo on it, so per Jewel’s unfortunate summer 2014 coupon policy update, they won’t take it. Sorry, guys!

Starting Wednesday 10/22 at Jewel, buy one 3 pack of Orville Redenbacher’s microwave popcorn, get another pack AND two 2-liters 7-Up type pops (specifically lists Canada Dry TEN) for free. Well, since Jewel allows coupons on both items in a BOGO sale, print yourself two of these new $1.00/1 TEN coupons (must share) for a nice deal.

No prices in the ad — I’m going to GUESS Orville runs about $3.69, so you could get two boxes and two 2-liters for around $1.69 after instant savings and two $1.00/1 coupons.

Reader deals 10/17/14

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

  • Debbie emails: “Hey just a heads up.  I ordered some games from the vintage Hasbro sale.  I thought frustration free packing meant no annoying plastic clamshells that are so hard to open.  What it means is no packaging at all. Just the plain brown box its shipped in. Games and instructions were in loose plastic bags stuffed in the mailing box. I wanted these for gifts and was very disappointed.” Interesting, I ordered a vacuum listed as “frustration free” and it still came in its original box inside another box perfectly fitting around it. Not sure what frustration I was freed from….

Coupons

  • If you want more than just your freebie, maggie points out: “There’s a 50 cents off 2 coupon for Ortega in the 9/28SS”

CVS

  • A Coke deal report from ally: “Out here in NW IN doesn’t work anymore- the sodas are just $3 (not from the $5 price :( so have to buy more to get to $15″

Food information

  • Anne shares: “I subscribe to the CSPI’s Nutrition Action Healthletter.  www.cspinet.org/nah/index.htm  This month (October), they had an article on sugar substitutes, and they rated aspartame as an “avoid” and sucralose as a “caution”.  They cited studies that linked aspartame to cancer and sucralose to leukemia (study not published yet).  The article is not available yet on their website, but I highly recommend a subscription to this newsletter.  It helps cut through the hype on nutrition and health studies.”
  • And peaches adds: “I used to subscribe to Nutrition Action, and I got it on their website for $10 a year. I let my subscription lapse. even though I love the newsletter. I got an offer from them a few months ago to let me renew for $8 for one year. I might resubscribe if the offer is still good. When I clicked on the link that somebody gave, it looked like the price for a one year subscription had gone up to $20. They are totally unbiased, and they look at all the research out there before they pan something. Often times they will pan a study that receives a lot of publicity, and they will say why the study is not valid.”

Jewel

  • A find from Rachel: “Just got back from jewel. They had chi chi’s salsa on sale for $1.50. With the $1 off coupon from coupons.com makes a great deal!”
  • A tip from Christina on Facebook: “I went to jewel today for the honey crisp apples that are on sale for $1.29/lb. I was planning on buying quite a few but when I got there they only had a small amount and none of them looked good. I asked if they had anymore and it took some time but they brought out brand new, in the box, chilled and fresh apples. They looked amazing. Just a hint to your readers… ask for more of something if the produce doesn’t look too great! The ones that were out were not even worth the sale price!”

Loyalty programs

  • Valentina S. shares: “Free Kellogg’s codes from freebies4mom.com/kfr/ FREEPOINTSFRENZY (100 points) added 10/13 * UGOTTALOVEABONUS (100 points) added 10/13 * WEHEARTSURPRISES (100 points) added 10/13 * 3CHEERS4BONUSPTS (100 points) added 10/13 * HOORAYFORFREEPTS (100 points) added 10/13 * ELVESLOVEBONUSES (50 points) added 10/9 * MAGICOFBREAKFAST (20 points) added 10/9″

Meijer

  • A heads up from Marion regarding a deal shared yesterday: “Unfortunately I don’t think the $5/2 tq is a match to the smaller sized bags of food. Maybe the cat but definitely not the dog.
  • A question from KRISTINA on the Scrubbing Bubbles Catalina: “Does anyone know how long this goes for?”

Restaurants

  • SmartShopper shares: “I just called and the Palatine Domino’s location is also participating from noon – 1:40pm. I was told to order on-line or come into the store. No phone orders. Here is the address for those in this area: STORE #2721 450 E Dundee Rd Palatine, IL 60074 (847) 359-4200″

Target

  • Kristen reports on the up & up diaper deal: “I did this deal on Tuesday and it worked perfect!”

Television

Reader deals 10/15/14

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.

Aldi

  • Scott emails: “In our local paper tonight in the Kankakee area we have a coupon for $5/30.”

Apps

  • Kim C on Shrink: “I signed up using FACEBOOK and it didn’t give me the option to put in a code. I think you probably have to create a profile rather than letting the app pull your info from FACEBOOK”

Jewel

  • Confirmation from julie on stacking the instant savings on Quaker: “I’ve done 20 items on the same transaction and they all came off.”
  • Kitty sends over: “If you have these coupons, you can get 3 Fresh Express Salad Blends for $1….$2/2 from FE Salad Swap and B2G1F from the Big Book of Savings from last month.  They are $1.50 this week at Jewel.”

Reader requests

  • A Sears question from Wende, on these ballet flats: “I checked the return policy, but it doesn’t specify that you can return an online item TO THE STORE. Does anyone know if you can? TIA ( :”

Restaurants

  • Sara shares: “Here’s an email I received from A La Card for a special offer, valid today only: Today only (10/15), extra 20% off, use promo code 2015PRE You can pre-order the 2015 book which ships early November. You have the choice of either free shipping or they will send you the 2014 cards right away. I chose to get the 2014 cards. www.alacardchicago.com/buy_online.html I bought the cards last year when you posted a Living Social deal and found I liked them much more than the Entertainment Book. Good way to discover some restaurants.”
  • On the Domino’s $1 promo, Ginger comments: “I called the dominos by me in Mokena and they are doing this so call your local one to see.”
  • And Jane says: “I called my store and they said it was from between 12:40- 1:40 PM for the deal. I bet your store will offer this as well.”
  • Then she follows up: “…and called another store near me and they said the time was 12 noon to 1:40PM. Also, the guy said you could pick between hand tossed or thin. I expect a huge line if people hear about this!” So definitely check with your store to confirm participation and time!
  • Also, Koupon Kat reports: “I ordered from the Lisle Domino’s last night and there was a flyer promoting this attached to the box.”

Jewel deals week of 10/15/14 – 10/21/14

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Here are the best Jewel deals and coupon matchups I see at Jewel-Osco for the week of 10/15/14. If your paper ads don’t come until the Wed. Tribune, you can sneak peek the Wed. ad on Tuesdays, here.

Confused by abbreviations in this post? See lingo for newbies.

Top deals

  • Autumn King green seedless grapes, $.99/lb.
  • Jumbo honeycrisp apples, $1.29/lb.
  • Boneless skinless chicken breast, $1.99/lb (Butcher Block only).
  • Wild sockeye salmon fillets, $8.99/lb.
  • Best Fav 4 deals (buy four packs of meat for $19.99 total): Perdue frozen breaded chicken is included, and you can print $2.00/1 here (ZIP 77477 then reload) to make them $3.00 each. 32 oz Glenmark Great Grillsby frozen patties are included, and look for $1.00 peelies.
  • Creamette or Ronzoni pasta, $.88. Print $1.00/2 Garden Delight here and it’s just $.38 each after coupon when you buy two.
  • Marzetti caramel dip is still $2.00. Use $1.00/1 in the October Big Book of Savings and it’s $1.00.

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

Reader deals 10/13/14

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.

Apps

  • Krystle noticed: “For those who use Snap App and missed out on the free Huggies wipes. The offers have reset and this time it’s limt 2 per person on 4 different offers/ types of wipes.”

CVS

  • On this Coke deal, Cari shares: “I ran out last night and did deal too. Found $1/3 peelies at my store so worked out to $1 per 12 pack!”
  • Diane is wondering: “Does anyone know if this is still working today?”
  • Victoria points out: “It should work through Saturday. Limit of 1 offer, though.” Unless they change it in the system to stop working on just Coke.
  • Abigayle shares: “Still working as of 3pm today. I bought Cherry coke and the woman/cvs employee in line in front of me bought Sprite, both worked.”

Jewel

  • Victoria shares: “My Jewel (Clark & Division) has the Mama Francesco’s Parmesan BOGO at 2.99. They also have a coupon machine in front of them spitting out 1$/1 jar. I bought 2 and used two of the coupons which made them around 50cents a piece.”

Loyalty programs

  • From shirley: “FYI. Cereal and Milk Bonus from Kellogg’s rewards program. Enter five codes from ANY Kellogg’s® cereals, get 1,000 bonus points. Extra good news – bonus points for this Cereal and Milk offer can be awarded TWICE. Offer ends 11/2/2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. PST!”
  • To sweeten the CVS deal, LauraL shares: “Starting 10/14, Mycokerewards has double points on diet coke . They have to be entered on the beta site”

Reader requests

  • Shandelle asks: “ALSO is anyone else experiencing issues printing from the iPhone coupons.com app to wireless HP printers since upgrading to iOS 8? I have an HP wireless 6600 and have printed to it tons and tons of times from both an iPhone 5S and my old iPhone 4. Well Apple stopped supporting the iPhone 4 with iOS 8, so that still has iOS 7 on it. The last couple times I’ve tried printing coupons using the app on my iPhone 5S, it says it can’t locate any printers at all. Nothing has changed about my wifi network nor the printer settings. The coupons.com app from my iPhone 4 (still running iOS7) can still print just fine. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this. I tried to contact them to ask but their support leaves much to be desired.. their default answer is often just “your printer must not be supported” when clearly that isn’t the problem. I’ve used both iphones to print to the same printer on the same network tons of times over a year period.”
  • Debbie is wondering: “Our Champaign Walmart doesn’t carry the Reynolds baking cup. Do you know of any other stores that do?” I have bought them at Jewel, but not recently.
  • Sara replies: “I believe Mariano’s carries Reynolds baking cups.”
  • Kristin posts on Facebook: “I know this has come up before, what is the name of the carpet place in Round Lake that people have recommended for area rugs? Thanks!”

Target

  • Maureen reports on TRESemme: “The ad is misleading. The deal only works on the 32 oz. keratin shampoo and conditioner marked at 4.99. The others are part of the spend $40 on select top brands get $10 gift card.”

Walmart

  • Suzann shares this deal from Katy Couponers: Buy three cans of Bush’s chili beans at Walmart for $.92 each, use three $.55/1 in the 10/12 SS, and get $1.00 back from Ibotta for a net cost of $.12 for three, or just $.04 each. As always, unadvertised Walmart prices can vary by region.

Reader deals 10/11/14

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.

Coupons

  • A report from letsshop: “Most of these coupons are in the Hoy paper too (:”

Jewel

  • Jane says: “Hey, for your soup if you need some carrots, I saw 1 lb. bags of Earthbound Farm carrots for 99c at Jewel last week. I was planning on using the Wild Harvest $1/1 printable I had but they didn’t have anything in that brand at Jewel. I thought that was their house brand? Anyway, you could use the 75c coupon we just had to print for some 24c carrots!”

Meijer

  • Caroline on Facebook shares: “I had a horrible experience today at the Melrose Park Meijer store. I did the razor/Stayfree deal all the coupons beeped the cashier manager gave me a rotten attitude then her manager stepped in and had to manually put in the $5 Hydro coupons and the Stayfree beeped too. Wondering if it was a $10 manf. coupon thus the IPs didn’t want to scan. Just a heads up for anyone that planned on doing the deal. I was going to rinse and repeat but I’m not going to try again.”

Reader requests

  • Christine asks: “I am in need of tissue paper/Kleenex. Any deals anywhere? Costco had 10 boxes, 250ct for $14.50 (ish). Anywhere else have a decent deal? Don’t you love when everyone in your family uses something and never tells you, ‘This is the last box!’ Uggh.”

Sam’s Club

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “At the last Sam’s open house we found fleece tights and leggings $8.44 for a two pack.”

Woodman’s

  • From nancy: “Woodman’s carries the Blue Bunny Ice cream. They have a big selection of varieties. Usually priced at 3.50 sometimes 3.00. You can sign up on their website to get coupons. They come about every other month. Usually 1.00 off 1 item or at least .75 off 1 item. It’s comes via email in a PDF printable coupon.”

Stocking up at Jewel shopping

This post has been sponsored by Jewel-Osco. I was compensated for this post; however, all opinions here are my own.

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I already told you about our $2.49 pumpkin decorating extravaganza (they didn’t come sporting Kirby and dragon faces…), but here’s the rest of what I picked up during the Jewel Stock Up Sale yesterday:

Marzetti caramel dip, $2.00. Used $1.00/1 from the October Big Book of Savings.
6 cans of Essential Everyday beans, $4.74. Used two $1.00/3 printables from the Jewel site.
6 cans of Hunt’s fire roasted tomatoes, $4.80 after instant savings. Used two $.40/3 from the 9/21 SS.
4 Brown ‘N Serve, $3.20 after instant savings.
2 pumpkins, $4.98.
2 Fresh Express baby spinach and one tender leaf salad, $4.50. Used buy two get one free from the September Big Book of Savings and two $.55/1 tearpad coupons. Got back $.25 from Checkout 51.
2 packs Butterball dinner sausage, $4.00. Used two $.75/1 from the Sept. and Oct. AY magazine.

Paid $20.81 with $.25 back for a net cost of $20.56.

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Aside from the pumpkin fun, what’s cool about this trip is I picked up most of the ingredients for this yummy smoked sausage and spinach soup at a nice discount — I usually make it with pork sausage, but am going to try it with this turkey sausage for visiting family who keep Kosher later on this week. So knocking out the sausage, tomatoes, beans, and spinach all at once (and at a discount, no less!), that made me happy. :)

$2.49 Jewel Pumpkins Decorating

This post has been sponsored by Jewel-Osco. I was compensated for this post; however, all opinions here are my own.

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I was so pleased to see pumpkins on sale for $2.49 in this week’s Jewel ad. In addition to carving pumpkins, one of our family traditions is to let each kid decorate his own with Sharpie, so behold: Kirby Pumpkin, and Dragon Pumpkin.

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These weren’t gigantic, but a nice size for $2.49, and my Jewel was quite well stocked when Junior High Guy and I went today. He took a while picking out the most perfectly round Kirby-ish pumpkin to suit his vision, and I think he did pretty well, lol.

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Mr. 7 was initially a bit disturbed that there were a couple of blemishes on the one we got him, but quickly decided to incorporate them into “wizard warts,” so it all worked out.

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So if you’re in the pumpkin market, Jewel’s a good bet this week — see what your kids come up with!

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Then wind down with some of that cheap Marzetti caramel dip, which will still run you just $1.00 for 16 oz this week after the $1.00/1 coupon in the October Big Book of Savings.

Reader deals 10/9/14

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

  • On tee knockoff magic erasers, jackie shares: “I bought the knock off magic erasers. They came from a foreign country and didn’t hold up well at all. I needed to use many of them for one job. They are atleast half the thickness of Mr Clean. With Mr Clean I could use one pad for many jobs.”
  • But Don in Hot Deals likes them: “I really like them and at the price – win win”
  • On using them to wash dishes, Turken shares: “Re: Mr clean erasers — the “magic” erasers are nothing more than a piece of melamine foam, and generally considered safe. No chemicals other than worn-away particles of the foam itself.”
  • But Kari O. is not so sure: “That foam is made with formaldehyde… I wouldn’t want to wash my dishes with it.”
  • But then she found: “‘Here are some facts about the ingredients used in Magic Eraser: The ingredients in Magic Eraser have been safely and commonly used for many years in a wide range of household products. -Formaldehyde is not and has never been an ingredient in Magic Eraser. One ingredient in Magic Eraser (formaldehyde-melamine-sodium bisulfite copolymer) contains the word “formaldehyde” in its chemical name. However, this ingredient is not formaldehyde and poses no health or safety risks. (Think of this name like “sodium chloride”, which is table salt. Sodium by itself can be dangerous, but sodium chloride – salt – is safe.) Magic Eraser is considered non-toxic. As with any sponge-like product, when swallowed this product may block the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, we do advise to keep this product out of the reach of children and pets to avoid accidental ingestion — it is not a toy. – It is possible that formaldehyde may be present in minute, trace amounts as a result of the manufacturing process. Even then, the amount present is significantly lower than standards established by governmental agencies and trade associations, and is actually less than what is found in indoor air. In fact, no ingredients in Magic Eraser are subject to any health-related labeling laws in North America or in the European Union.’ I don’t think Magic Erasers are dangerous, but I wouldn’t feel comfortable scrubbing it on my dishes.”
  • An idea from Outlander on the Finish tabs: “That same one is on Snap (must buy on Amazon and upload within 2 days). So if you don’t  want to do S&S, you can save $2 this way. I only don’t know if the Amazon Q will still be applied.”
  • She clarifies: “Actually, I don’t mean upload the receipt, you have to email them your Amazon confirmation email.”
  • Matt says: “I used to buy dog food at the Petco, but I saw on Amazon that it’s close to $10 cheaper to have it shipped to my house.”
  • Charlotte agrees: “I’m not Matt, but I get my dogfood from Amazon too. I feel a bit guilty about it, as I’m not supporting local stores. But those 30 lb bags are HEAVY. And IF I manage to get a $ off coupon from Pet Supplies Plus, AND it is on sale, I might get it for the same price as I get it from Amazon. We get Taste of the Wild by the way, and it’s around $44 for a 30 lb bag. Unlike other dogfood brands, our dog hasn’t grown tired from it and she gets two thumbs up on her bi-annual health check ups :)”

Costco

  • From jolynn: “If you are a Costco member…San Francisco Bay Fog Chaser 160 OneCup™ for $51.99…free shipping…$.325 per cup!!”

Goodwill

  • From letsshop’s email: “We’re opening our doors in Romeoville, at 1360 W. Airport Road, on Thursday, October 9! With fresh inventory and new product, be sure to stop by our newest location for AMAZING deals! “
  • Anne adds: “Romeoville Goodwill opened today. Cashier there said Frankfort grand opening is tomorrow.”

J.C. Penney

  • Matt reports: “It’s a good time for clearance shopping on summer items right now. I found some deals recently at JC Penney. $30 items were $5 and some items were even priced lower than that.”

Jewel

  • A find from rocket: “I think the twizzlers are 4 for $8 at jewel . Not pictured in ad but I think they were tagged that way.”
  • A report from bigmoney: “Got alert for Progresso soup cat at Jewel.”
  • Something to look for from Jane: “Did you see the other varieties of Marzetti besides the old fashioned one? I found some others on an end down by the bananas in my store. They also have Light, Peanut Butter and Sweet n Salty for the same price! We ate the Light one (isn’t diet!) last week and this week I picked up a PB and Sweet n Salty one. My husband likes the PB and we have yet to open the other one. I have a feeling I’m going to like the last one and eat too much of it. I try to avoid the caramel apples already made because sometimes the apple is mushy or bruised. I chop up a bunch of peanuts and dip your caramel sliced apple in the nuts! It’s awesome.”

Lawsuits

  • VB shares: “For AT&T wireless customers: here is the link to see if you are entitled to a refund from a class action lawsuit that goes back to 2009. People were charged fees that were “hidden” in their bill. If you fill out the claim they will do the work for you to see if you are entitled a refund. It will take a while to get the refund but if you were charged $9.99 a month since 2009 it may be worth the time.”

Meijer

  • A tip from Cindy: “Don’t forget to check your mperks rewards.  I have a $6 off when I spend $40 or more on paper, laundry, and cleaning items.”
  • Anne found: “The 10/$10 with 11th free facial tissue deal overlaps with the Meijer napkin/bath tissue/facial tissue Catalina running 10/5-10/24 where you buy $6, get $1.50 OYNO, buy $10, get $3 OYNO. The tissue counts are 75-160, so makes for a nice deal – 11 boxes for $7 net.” This also will count toward the reward Cindy mentions!

Reader requests

  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Does anyone have any experience with the Allrecipe menu planner? I need a meal plan for my brain to function so we can have dinner on the table.”
  • From seachicago: “I live in Chicago (south side), and am wondering if it’s cost-effective (and tastier!) to buy a cow direct from a farmer—as in, already cut up and packaged ready for the freezer! I have no idea how to go about looking into that; any ideas or suggestions???”

Target

  • Jane says: “Or if you don’t want to deal with a gift card, I was at Target Sunday and their “Boots and Barkley” brand of litter was only $10.99 (reg. price) for the  35 lb. giant tub of clumping litter plus there was a Cartwheel for 10% off, making it only $9.90. I’m not sure if that offer is still valid, but it was a good deal for that size I thought. Plus you don’t have to pay all that extra high tax since you use no coupons and the Target Cartwheel takes the price paid down a bit!”

Trader Joe’s

  • A find from bigmoney: “Mini pumpkins were $.69 at Trader Joe’s today. “

Walmart

Reader deals 10/8/14

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

  • A warning from suez: “I bought these [knockoff magic erasers] last time. They disintegrate so fast I has to use four to clean a bathtub that wasn’t even that dirty. May not be such a great deal.”
  • But Margaret on Facebook had a different experience: ” bought these when they were on sale last time and they work just as well as the name brand ones. Enough of a supply to last a lifetime!”

Apps

  • Clarification from nilo that you can submit multiple items on the same receipt for a single offer in SNAP when there isn’t a limit on the offer: “i submitted the chobani multiple times, same receipt. when you submit a “multiple” times offer, a minus and plus sign appear, you click on the plus until you reach the number you bought. in my case i bought 3 so i clicked on the plus sign until i reached 3.”
  • And some advice from Brandy: “Don’t wait. I foolishly watched the Huggies diapers sit there all weekend and thought it would at least tell me when it was “ALMOST GONE” but did not… bought two and then it was gone before I uploaded the receipt a few hours later. Email and they basically said, sorry about your luck. Will be returning those two packs of Huggies…….”

Dollar Tree

  • Jane says: “I found 4 packs of these [CFL bulbs] at Dollar Tree this morning! Also, Menards had the 4 packs $1 and also another off brand were 88 cents. We stocked up on them. I assume the market is saturated with CFL’s now, so they are going to be getting even cheaper.”

Jewel

  • Celmarie posts on Facebook: “I got the gerber cereal oyno at jewel. Not sure if these are all working at jewel. Gerber Cereals, any 8oz or 16oz 10/6/14 – 11/2/14: Buy two, get $1.00 OYNO. Buy three, get $2.00 OYNO.  Buy four or more, get $3.00 OYNO.”
  • Kitty reports: “End date on both beans and tomatoes is 1-6-15.”

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Pumpkins

  • An idea from Outlander: “I don’t know about real mini pumpkins, but Dollar Tree usually has a smallish, but still good size fake pumpkin. Maybe that’s better, so they can paint on it, glue things on it, and it can stay for years as a keepsake then.”
  • Marcia shares: ” I saw that ACE has mini pumpkins in their ad that starts today. They are selling packs of 5 for 3.99.”
  • Samantha says: “Ultra had a good price for pumpkins of all sizes”

Reader requests

  • Jovandi is wondering: “Anyone know of any coupons to pair up with the liquor rebate [in the Jewel Big Book]?”
  • Candy emails: “Does anyone know when the new Goodwill in Romeoville will be open? Or if there are any grand opening sales or giveaways?”
  • El is wondering about the knockoff magic erasers: “Can we use them for washing dishes or is the chemical in them not food safe?”
  • Susan posts on Facebook: “Asking for help in finding the best deal on a Honda snowblower. Found out our will cost well over $600 to repair. My husband is set on a Honda. Gas powered single stage with electric start. I see that Cardpool has a sale on Home Depot gift cards – 11% off, but wondering how I can combine to make it an even better deal. TIA”

Tires

  • For this deal and beyond, Anne shares: “Yes, you bring them to your local shop, and they will mount, balance, & dispose of old tires for you. I have used Farm & Fleet and Discount Tire. Nice thing about Discount Tire is they will rotate for free for the life of the tires if they mounted them there. Only thing is tires are bulky, so the hardest part is getting them in the car to bring them to the shop :)”

Ultra Foods

  • Jen K reports: “I bought Progresso soup and received a $2 catalina. Haven’t seen it posted anywhere so don’t know if it is good at all stores. The details were not on the coupon and I bought 16 cans so pretty sure $2 is the highest amount.” Apparently there is a national deal that started 10/6 that must be running at Ultra: Progresso Products 10/6-11/2: Buy $10-$14.99, get $1.50 OYNO. Buy $15+, get $2 OYNO. It is in today’s ad at $.98 but limit four.