Menards deals — 11% Back on Everything continues through 1/31

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Menards is continuing to offer 11% back on everything 1/25/15 – 1/31/15. Great time to pick up everything from Sunday papers to large appliances. Exclusions apply (not valid on gift cards, for instance). Remember, Menards rebates come in the form of store credit, but you can roll them into new rebate generating items.

Menards deals — 11% back on everything 1/18 – 1/24

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Menards is offering 11% back on everything 1/18/14 – 1/24/14. Great time to pick up everything from Sunday papers to large appliances. Exclusions apply (not valid on gift cards, for instance). Remember, Menards rebates come in the form of store credit, but you can roll them into new rebate generating items.

Menards deals — Super Sale and Get Organized sale ads 1/11/15 – 1/17/15

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Here are the best Menards deals and coupon matchups I see for the Super Sale and Get Organized sale ads running 1/11/15 – 1/17/15. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items.

Free after rebate deals

  • 7″ resin planter, $2.00 get $2.00 rebate limit 6.
  • Reach tool, $3.99 get $3.99 rebate limit 4.
  • 10 pack screwdriving bit set, $4.99 get $4.99 rebate limit 2.
  • Stackable parts bin, $.65 get $.65 rebate limit 10.

Other rebate deals

  • Serta gel & memory foam pillows range from $29.99-$39.99 with a $5 rebate, limit 2 of each pillow.
  • Mastercraft prehung pine 6 panel interior door, $98 get $10 rebate. Various entry doors net $99-$149 after rebate.
  • Peak antifreeze & coolant long life $9.99 get $2 rebate limit 6 gallons.
  • Rubbermaid Menards 32 gallon trash can, $19.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.
  • Fiberglass R-11 Kraft Faced insulation, $8.79 get $1 rebate.
  • Work platform, $39.99 get $10 rebate limit 2.
  • Scott 200 ct shop towels, $7.99 get $2 rebate limit 2.
  • Armor All 4 pc all season floor mat, $14.99 get $5 rebate limit 3.
  • Penzoil platinum synthetic motor oil $5.99 get $2 rebate limit 18 quarts.
  • 18″ gear bag, $24.99 get $10 rebate limit 2.
  • RotoMop, $14.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.
  • Air compressor accessory kit, $14.99 get $5 rebate limit 2.
  • Quick Taco, $7.99 get $7 rebate limit 2.
  • 4 shelf vented resin shelf kit, $27.99 get $10 rebate limit 2. Other shelving kits also on sale.
  • Small Stackube, $19.99 get $10 rebate, large $24.99 get $10 rebate.
  • Prefinished shelf, $5.99 get $5 rebate limit 20.

Other deals

  • Serta mattress clearance sale — see store to see what they have in your range.
  • Country Mix 40 lb bird food, $8.95.
  • Splash gallon windshield washer fluid, $1.37.
  • Planters Pride seeding and potting mix, $1.50 for 4 quarts.
  • Burpee 8 quart seed starting mix, $2.88.
  • Greenhouse dome or tray, $.99.
  • 12 pack Planters Pride round fiber grown pots, $.50.
  • 5″ resin planters, $.99.
  • 32 oz spray bottle, $.88.
  • Multiple greenhouse & starter kits on sale; see ad for details.
  • Mouse traps 2 pack, $.50.
  • Suavitel 34 load, $2.50.
  • Picture frames, $1.99 each.
  • Duracell 20-24 pack, $9.88. Use $1.00/1 in the 12/14 RP or $.50/1 in the 12/28 PG.
  • Chi-Chi’s tortilla chips, $1.99.
  • 60 oz Chi-Chi’s salsa, $3.49. Use $1.00/2 in the 1/11 SS.
  • Stanley thermal underwear 2 pc, $6.49.
  • 500 ct Brew Rite coffee filters, $2.49.
  • All season wiper blade, $1.50.
  • Laundry basket, $2.88.
  • Storage totes on sale, starting at $.99 for 6 quart clear and going up to $9.99 for 120 quart clear.
  • Fabric drawer, $3.50.
  • Stackable shelves, $9.99.

Household cleaning

  • 64 oz ammonia, $.99.
  • The Works tub & shower, $1.50.
  • Lysol toilet bowl cleaner, $1.50. Use $.50/2 in the 1/4 SS1.
  • 25 oz regular Dawn, $1.89. Use $.25/1 in the 12/28 PG.
  • 2 pairs Mr. Clean latex gloves, $.99.
  • Menards 12 quart pail with pour spout, $1.50.
  • Swiffer sweeper starter kit, $7.99. Print $2.00/1 here.
  • Snuggle 60 load liquid $3.49, 40 ct sheets, $1.79. Use $.50/1 in the 1/4 RP1 or print $.50/1 here.
  • All free & clear 72 ct mighty pacs or 100 load liquid, $8.76. Use $2.00/2 in the 1/4 RP1.
  • OxiClean 74 load liquid or 47 ct pacs detergent, $8.99. Use 2.00/1 in the 1/4 SS2 or print $2.00/1 here.

Kitchen

  • Cake pan with carrying lid, large cookie pan, or muffin pan, $4.99.
  • Essentials 5 pc block set, giant frying pan, or hand mixer with case, $19.99.
  • Waring Pro 4 slice toaster, 12″ nonstick skillet, or Ziploc vacuum sealer, $34.99.

Airborne free at Menards after coupon + rebate

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  • Airborne hot soothing mix 10 pack, $5.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.

In the 1/11/15 SmartSource (with GoGo Squeez on the front) we got a $1.00/1 any Airborne product in the Chicago Tribune, making it free after coupon + rebate. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items. And if you’re at Menards this weekend:

  • Axe Essence, Dark Temptation, or Right Guard Triathlon deodorant, $1.99 through 1/11. Use $2.00/1 Axe in the 1/4 RP1 to get it free.

Menards deals — Crazy Days sale ad 1/9/15 – 1/11/15

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Here are the best Menards deals and coupon matchups I see for the Crazy Days sale ad running 1/9/15 – 1/11/15. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items.

Free after rebate deals

  • Nitrile-dipped gloves, $1.99 get $1.99 rebate limit 4.
  • Hitachi 7 1/4″ plywood saw blade, $4.99 get $4.99 rebate limit 1.

Free deals

  • Axe Essence, Dark Temptation, or Right Guard Triathlon deodorant, $1.99. Use $2.00/1 Axe in the 1/4 RP1 to get it free.

Other rebate deals

  • Interior flat paint, $7.97 get $4.00 rebate limit 10 gallons.
  • Hunter 52″ linden ceiling fan, $99 get $50 rebate limit 4.
  • All Steel storage cabinet, $149 get $50 rebate limit 2.
  • Yoga mat set, $9.99 get $5 rebate limit 2.
  • Prehung interior door white six panel, $65 get $20 rebate.
  • 12 bin organizer, $29.99 get $10 rebate limit 2.
  • Commander prehung steel entry door six panel, $109 get $20 rebate.
  • Koss studio headphones, $14.99 get $5 rebate limit 2.
  • Sable shag rug 4’11” x 6’x7″, $29.99 get $10 rebate limit 4.
  • 7 pc knife set, $6.99 get $4 rebate limit 2.
  • 7′ step ladder, $46 get $7 rebate limit 1.
  • 800 tc Egyptian queen cotton sheet set, $69.49 get $25 rebate limit 2. King, $74.49 get $25 rebate limit 2.
  • Flannel shirt, $8.99 get $6 rebate limit 4.
  • Laundry bag, $9.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.
  • Angel Soft 24 pack double roll bath tissue, $9.96 get $3 rebate limit 4. $.45/1 Angel Soft in the 1/4 RP1. Print $.55/1 Angel Soft here.
  • Luggage set 3 pc, $99 get $30 rebate limit 2.
  • Jobsite radio, $49.99 get $30 rebate limit 2.
  • Energizer Max 24 pack alkaline batteries, $11.99 get $4 rebate limit 2. Use $.50/1 in the 1/4 SS1.
  • Dove 3 pack body wash, $12.99 get $3 rebate limit two. Use $1.00/1 in the 1/4 RP1.
  • NoDoz energy shots six pack, $6.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.
  • Fisher 5 lb in shell peanuts, $6.99 get $2 rebate limit 6.

Other deals

  • LifePro infrared heater, $48.88.
  • Boot dryer, $12.99.
  • 16′ LED tape light, $19.99.
  • 24 LED handheld worklight, $2.99.
  • Monster 2-in-1 charging cable, $3.99.
  • 3’x4′ contour mat, $9.99.
  • Sanborn 12″x12″ ceramic tilet, $.94 each.
  • Garment rack, $4.99.
  • Men’s socks 3 pack, $1.50.
  • Skechers t shirt, $3.74.
  • Scrubbing Bubbles toilet cleaning gel, $2.50. Print a BOGO coupon here.
  • Drano max gel 2 pack, $9.99.
  • Comfort Zone portable humidifier, $9.99.
  • 96 ct facial tissue, BOGO at $.89 limit four free boxes per guest.
  • Scott paper towels 12 pack (= 18 regular rolls), $6.96. Use $1.00/1 in the 12/7 SS2 (exp. 1/10).
  • Table runner or 4 pc placemat set, $2.99.
  • Bath in a bow 6 pc, $19.99.
  • 18×26″ chalkboard, $6.49.
  • Hitachi 3/8″ drill and flashlight kit, $49.99.
  • Accel 5W-30 cold weather oil quart, $1.99.
  • Uncle Ray’s potato chips, flavored popcorn, or Marie Callenders soup, $1.00.
  • Companion mini dental dog sticks, $1.49.
  • 42 pack single serve coffee, $9.99.
  • 40 oz Albanese gummy bears, $4.49.
  • Klements summer sausage, $2.50.
  • Hunt’s 62 oz ketchup, $1.98.
  • Wesson 64 oz canola oil, $3.99.

Reader Deals 1/3/14

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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: rachel@”com.
  • 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.

Aldi

  • Alicia sent this, “Cheap guac at aldi on north in the city. Exp. Jan 7″

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Babies R Us

  • Princess sent this comment on Single Store Sales, “When I was at bru Monday, most stuff was 20% off, only clothes were the 40% off. They said they are closing the doors Jan. 25.”

Best Buy 

  • Kelly comments on the Jawbone Deal, “It’s available in store as well. I went and picked one up this morning at the Best Buy on Butterfield and got the last one. Keep in mind- I was absolutely positive I was going to need a small because my wrists are TINY. However the rep told me to get the medium and its perfect.

Friday Freebies

  • Shandelle has a question on the Friday Freebies,”Anyone know where to find the Land o Lakes cocoa classics single packets? I’ve checked Jewel, Target and Food4Less today but none carried it. I know in the past I’ve seen them at Meijer but not worth having my friend drive me all the way to Niles from the city for a freebie.. just curious if anyone knew of any SS supported stores that have them.
  • Jane responds, “I asked the same question on Jill Cataldos site about Jewel and was tipped off to try by where they have the free coffee or on an end cap. I only looked in the cocoa section today but will try again tomorrow in the other spots. I also read people were finding it at Walmart.”

Jewel

  • Jane has a comment on the Free Truvia at Jewel, “But I thought they wouldn’t allow you to use a coupon on the SS items that were not part of a buy many deal. I know in the rules they used to say that it wasn’t intended for that purpose, but as of lately if I upload an e-coupon to my Kroger card, they won’t even let me check the offer on SS since I have a coupon associated with that item! It sounds like they are starting to enforce the no double dipping now.  :>(     Sad thing is, Kroger is not even on my list of stores that use the loyalty cards anymore. I get all of my SS items at Jewel or K-Mart since I do not have a smart phone (nor want to be bothered by taking yet another picture of my receipts!)
  • Eun says, “Pricematch the wags’ truvia sales price, but don’t buy it there (at least if you’re interested in doing the ibotta rebate too).”
  • Mandi commented on Boursin net $1.49 at Jewel, “It’s still going on. As long as the store still has the cheeseboard in stock. I did the deal yesterday.”
  • Feelgood comments on clearance deals, “Hope the stores around here start marking down to 75% off. Homer Glen was still 50% off yesterday, as were Lemont and Lockport two days ago. There’s a $.75/1 coupon for Maxwell House square cans in the Making Celebrating Simple holiday booklet. Wondering if the Panettones are less than $5.99 also.”
  • Peaches sent these clearance deals, “I was in the Jewel in WIlmette on Green Bay, and the Starbuck’s holiday coffee was $8.99.  They had some Papa Nicholas marked down to $3.99 a bag, and some Java Delight holiday coffee that was marked down to $5.99.  They did have all of their Christmas cards and decorations 75% off today though, and they had two carts full of Christmas and New Years stuff marked down to $.25.  They also had lots of half way decent bunches of flowers that were marked down to $1.99..”
  • From Mindy, “Not a ton at north Wheaton but did find $.99 boxes of broth. They had vegetable, beef, chicken, and low sodium chicken”

Meijer

  • Laurie sent this deal, “At Meijers, Lucky Charms (and probably others) are $2.50 each, I bought 2 and got a catalina for $1.50 off 3 so I bought 3 and got a catalina for $1.50 off 4.  Did not buy anymore.  The catalina was for General Mills Big G cereal including Cheereis Crunch, Reeses Puffs.”

Menards

  • Feelgood send a reminder to use the 15% off bag to buy your papers.
  • Charlotte adds, “Yepp, if you don’t have the bag, drop by the Customer Service desk on your way in to the store, and ask for one. That’s what I did! :D”

Online Deals

  • Maureen commented on the facebook deal, 12 pack Muir Glen organic tomatoes $12.51 or less, “I found these at my local Big Lots on Thursday – .80 a can”

Reader Requests

  • Kelly responds to a question from yesterday, “JennyH—ThredUp.com is a good place to sell name brand maternity clothes.  They only take the higher end stuff.  So that means stuff like Pea in the Pod, Motherhood, Mimi.  However, they do take Old Navy and Liz Lange for Target.  It must be in excellent condition or they will not take it.  Check their website and they will tell you what brands they accept.  They will mail you a bag, you fill it up, and they give you money.  Very easy and beats a garage sale any day.”
  • Jenny says, “I’ll check out thread up!”
  • Andrea has another suggestion, “Clothes Mentor in Crest Hill!
  • Suez has a suggestion for car batteries, “The greatest place to get car batteries is an interstate distributor. They have something called “blems”. These are perfectly good batteries that may have been discontinued or have flawed packaging. Thet run about $25. I go to the one in Wood dale. We have been getting batteries for years there. Never a problem. You do have to leave a deposit of$10-$15 for the core if you bring the battery home. Most people change it out right there. You get the money back when you bring back your old battery. They are super nice. Call ahead to make sure they have yours in stock. Good luck.”
  • Also from Eun, “I got my car battery at Advanced Auto Parts with a $50/125 coupon, ordering online and picking up in store.  They installed it too when I got to the store and I got the core charge back immediately.
  • Jane says, “I always replace my car battery with Interstate batteries, too. They have a good warranty and are considered the best battery. I haven’t tried the “blems,” though. I hope I remember to ask about that next time!”
  • Outlander says, “Kristen, I always get my batteries at Sam’s Club.”
  • Diane asks, “Does anybody have that horrible cough/cold/flu? that is going around?  What are you taking for it?”
  • Outlander replied, “I had it. Spent 2 days in bed last weekend. Still have a stuffy nose. I don’t take anything for it now, but last weekend I took NyQuil and Advil.”

Taco Bell

  • Feelgood sent this, “Free Doritos Locos Taco with any mobile purchase. Details on www.tacobell.com

Target

  • From Julie,” : “Great Finish deal at some Targets today only. Finish is Buy 2 Get 1 Free at Target ending today, and if you store has the 20 ct. powerballs or 17 ct. power and free powerballs priced at $2.99, this is the best price we’ll likely see for this coupon. I’ve been to 3 Targets and seen them at $2.99, $3.99 and $4.99, so ymmv depending on your store… The Target in Homewood had them (I got the last 6 on the shelf) at $2.99 if anyone is looking for a store with them at that price. Matteson was $3.99 and a friend said Tinley was a ridiculous $4.99.” (note that the limit on the coupon is 2)

Walmart

  • Susan sent some deals, ” “At villa park walmart this afternoon there were some produce price reductions.  Organic prewashed salad normally $3.28 marked down to $1.43.  Bagged snow peas normally $2.18 were $1.25.  There were some other price reductions on precut and bagged apple slices too.”

Menards deals — Winter Sale ad 1/4/15 – 1/17/15

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Here are the best Menards deals and coupon matchups I see for the Winter Sale ad running 1/4/15 – 1/17/15. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items.

Free after rebate deals

  • Hinge pin remover, $4.97 get $4.97 rebate limit 2.
  • All purpose paint brush, $5.29 get $5.29 rebate limit 6.
  • Multi-purpose unfaced 2″x16″x48″ handi-fill, $2.99 get $2.99 rebate limit 10 rolls.

Other rebate deals

  • Quart Penzoil, $3.49 get $.50 rebate limit 24.
  • Menards 50/50 antifreeze coolant gallon, $6.49 get $2 rebate limit 6.
  • Dutch Boy DuraClean interior flat paint gallon, $23.98 get $4 rebate limit 10.
  • Mastercraft prehung hardwood flush interior door, $39 get $10 rebate.
  • Power Station 750 peak amp, $69.99 get $20 rebate limit 2.
  • Back up camera system, $89.99 get $20 rebate limit 2.
  • Vinyl carpet protector 27×12, $7.99 get $7 rebate limit 3.
  • Hobby knife set 17 pc, $3.99 get $3 rebate limit 2.
  • Rayovac 4 or 10 pack alkaline, $3.99 get $2 rebate limit 4. Unlock $.50/1 and $1.00/1 on Hopster for a net cost of $.99 after $1 coupon.
  • Snap-On LED extendable light, $14.99 get $5 rebate limit 2.
  • Pro Mobile Stanley tool chest, $34.99 get $10 rebate limit 2.
  • Folding miter saw stand, $129 get $30 rebate limit 2.
  • Orbital action reciprocating saw, $69 get $20 rebate limit 2.
  • Airborne hot soothing mix 10 pack, $5.99 get $5 rebate limit 4.
  • 18 gauge brad nails 1200 ct, $3.99 get $3 rebate limit 2 boxes.
  • Best Air basic allergen filter, $18.99 get $4 rebate limit 2.

Other deals

  • Suet cake, $.79.
  • 300 ct rags in a box, $9.97.
  • Dolphin complete toilet, $69.00.
  • 2 pack emergency blanket, $1.99.
  • 1 gallon gas can, $5.99.
  • 200 sq ft Cling Plus plastic wrap, $1.99.
  • 70 sq ft Glad press n seal, $2.48.
  • Rubbermaid takealongs, $1.98.
  • 70 sq ft Reynolds wrap foil, $2.00. Use $.55/1 in the 12/7 SS1 or print $.75/1 here.
  • Cheetos or Fritos, $1.98.
  • 32 oz mixed nuts bag, $7.99.
  • 64 oz V8, $2.29. Use $.50/2 in the 1/4 SS2 or $1.00/1 new flavors Purple Power, Carrot Mango, Healthy Greens or Golden Goodness (if they carry) in the 1/4 SS2 or printable here or the $1.00/2 printable here.
  • 6 pack Propel, $2.49.
  • 116 load Xtra detergent, $4.99.
  • 8 pack 1000 sheet Scott, $5.99.
  • 7.5 oz Dial Winter Escape hand soap, 2/$1.50 while supplies last.
  • 10″ sliding miter saw, $99.
  • 2 gallon Sterilite trash can, $1.50. 8 gallon Rubbermaid, $5.99. Other trash cans also on sale.
  • 30 oz Ajax dish liquid, $1.50.
  • 32 oz shower cleaner, $1.50.
  • The Works toilet bowl cleaner, $1.50.
  • Ajax cleanser with bleach, $.88.
  • Laundry basket, $3.99.
  • Spray starch, $1.29.
  • Seed bell, $1.50.
  • Fresh Step 35 lb clay litter, $9.99.
  • Axe body spray, $2.99.
  • Construction block, $.98.

Reader Deals 1/2/15

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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: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • 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.

Christmas Clearance

  • Kelly found these deals, “Aldi in Glen Ellyn had organic chicken with $2 off coupons, as did the country style pork ribs.
  • Petco in Danada (Wheaton) had TONS of Christmas doggie toys for 50% off.  I don’t think they mind if their toys are red and green.  :)
  • Debbie found some clearance deals, “One of our CVS stores in Champaign has toys 75% off.  Bought $70+ and saved $200+!  Good for next Christmas toy drive, presents, or birthday’s!”
  • Therese found clearance coffee, “I was at the Algonquin Jewel (the one at Randall & Algonquin) two hours ago and they had a ton of it in the seasonal aisle for $2.25. They had bags and k-cups.”

Coupons

  • Peaches is looking for a coupon, “Does anybody know if there are any coupons for Post grape nuts?  I looked on coupon tom and I did not see any, but I don’t think they list printable coupons.”

Jewel

  • Kristin replies to yesterday’s request for which Jewel stores have the water, “Wednesday the jewel in glenview had a ton of the waters.”
  • Ellen says, “get a raincheck on the water”
  • Jess sent this, “Checkout 51 has .50 back on ritz fresh stack which are also on 1.99 sale”
  • Kari sent this for the Free Truvia at Jewel, “There’s a $1 back offer at Savingstar too.”
  • Peaches says, “You are not supposed to use a coupon on an item, and then submit to saving star for the same item.  It is against their policy.”

Kohl’s

  • Caroline adds this comment on the Kohl’s Code Plus Cash Sales, “And make sure to check your Yes2You points they became available yesterday.”

Meijer

  • Jane says, “I bought blackberries for $1 at Meijer last week, but they were not Driscoll. (In Indiana.)

Menards

  • Brandy sent some deals, “I don’t know if they are still available, but DiGiorno had a B2G1 coupon out for print recently. I printed and then used it at Menard’s yesterday to buy 6 pizzas, used two of those coupons AND it fell under the “15% off anything that fits in the bag” promo. It made each one about $2.50 each if I remember correctly. I didn’t even try to fit them in the bag, but did put my bag on the register and he accepted. Without coupons,we regularly like the Aldi brand. It seems to have less cheese (which we prefer). Also a great time to stock up on expensive lightbulbs if you have flood lights and recessed lighting. I foolishly bought those last weekend……..”

Online Shopping

  • Kari comments on the Izze Deal, “I’ve been getting these every month but my January delivery got skipped because it was out of stock. Such good stuff and buying them retail is about $1-$1.50 each, so S&S saves me a lot! I just wish they had this deal on grapefruit flavor.”
  • Suzann comments on the CanonLaser Printer $34.99 shipped, “You always want to check first if you can get ink through printpal or comboink before buying–otherwise its the “razor blade” theory.”

Reader Requests

  • Kari has this comment, “Skylanders is back up to $74.99 online”
  • Jennyh has a request, “Help!  Anyone know a place where I can sell my maternity clothes?  I have a giant box I spent good money on and I’d like to recoup some of the cost.  Thanks!”
  • Kristen has a question, “Where does everyone get car batteries changed”
  • Kay responds, “I’ve used Sears forever. The batteries seem to last a long time. They also have a pretty good warranty. I had a battery post go back after a couple years and I figured with the warranty, they would just give me some money off a new battery, but they replaced the battery with a brand new one – with a new warranty – at no charge.”

Schnucks

  • Corrine sent a deal, “Found 16 oz. Farmland bacon on sale at Schnucks in DeKalb for $2.99. Had a .75 newspaper coupon which made for a great deal on bacon! Sorry – not sure which insert that coupon came from. (The coupon is in 12/7 SS)

Walgreens

  • Peaches says, “just saw the sneak peek of Walgreens ad and starting Sunday, the 40 packs of Truvia will only be $2.49. So only 49c after this coupon. Sadly, I already used my prints for them at Dollar General a month or so ago when they were FREE.  Or if they sell out like Walgreens is famous for, you could price match at Walmart if they carry the same size box?”

Whole Foods

  • Peaches send this, “I was in Whole Foods on NYE for a few minutes, and I noticed that they now have organic baby carrots for $.99 as part of their everyday value program.  I can’t remember if they ever have Earthbound Farms baby carrots though.  I was almost tempted to buy a bag,  I went in there to see if they had any Horizon eggnog, and yes they did but it was $5.99 for a quart, which is way too much money.  Jewel had it for $3.99, but they don’t have it any more..”

Menards deals — Project Days sale ad week of 12/28/14 – 1/11/15

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Here are the best Menards deals and coupon matchups I see for the Project Days sale ad running 12/28/14 – 1/11/15. Remember, Menards mail-in rebates come in the form of store credit — but you can always roll that into more rebate-generating items. Menards will be open til 8 PM on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Rebate deals

  • Check the ad for rebate deals on a couple of recliner chairs.
  • $1.00 rebates on R-30 unfaced and R-11 Kraft Faced insulation.
  • Bosch 12″ sliding dual bevel compound miter saw, $499 get $50 rebate limit 2 while supplies last.
  • Fini 6 gallon air compressor, $99 get $20 rebate limit 2 while supplies last.
  • Buck a foot ladder rebate sale: 6′ ladder, $6 rebate. 10′ ladder, $10 rebate, etc.
  • Primed 6 panel interior door, $49 get $10 rebate.
  • Oak flush interior door, $59 get $10 rebate.

Other deals

  • All toys and games on sale, 1000s of seasonal and discontinued clearance items, and all Christmas decorations 50% off.
  • All special order window treatments, 20% off.
  • ToolShop 8 1/4″ single bevel compound miter saw, $49.99 while supplies last.

Menards Calendars in select 12/28 Chicago Tribunes Updated

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Both Don and Pam share that the eagerly anticipated 2014 Menards calendar was in the 12/28/14 Chicago Tribune they picked up today. This was not in the papers I picked up at Dollar Tree today, but apparently are in some Dollar Tree papers; it may be regional. Also check in your delivered 12/28 papers tomorrow.

Update — let’s help each other out!

If you found a Menards calendar in a Tribune you bought today, please take a moment to comment with the location where you bought it — thanks!