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.”

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals week of 5/20/15 – 5/26/15

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Here are the top ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 5/13/15 – 5/19/15.

Top Ten Twenty Pete’s Fresh Market deals

  • Michigan asparagus, $1.98/lb.
  • Stubb’s BBQ sauce or marinade, $1.99.
  • 19 oz Johnsonville Italian sausage or brats, $2.99. Use $1.00/2 in the 4/26 SS.
  • 28 oz Dei Fratelli tomatoes, $.99.
  • Sweet Baby Ray’s marinade or BBQ sauce, $.99. Use $1.00/2 marinade in the 5/10 SS.
  • 100g Milka chocolate, $.99.
  • Mamma Chia drinks, $2.50. Print $1.00/2 here. Get $1.00 back on two various on Snap.
  • Assorted pork chop family pack, $1.89/lb. Value pack first cut pork chops, $1.69/lb.
  • Bone-in chicken thighs family pack, $.89/lb. Fresh chicken leg quarters or drumsticks, $.39/lb.
  • North Star grill or smoked Polish sausage, $1.49/lb.
  • Kraft chunk or shredded cheese, $1.99. Use $1.00/2 in the 4/26 SS or 5/10 RP.
  • 10 oz Flav-R-Pac spinach or chopped broccoli, $.99. Use $.75/3 in the 3/15 SS.
  • Amish Farms large eggs dozen, $1.99.
  • Red Chilean grapes, $.98/lb.
  • Mexico limes, 15/$.99.
  • Red Delicious apples, $.38/lb.
  • Florida green beans, $.78/lb.
  • California lemons, 10/$1.98.
  • Green cabbage, $.19/lb.
  • Palermo’s classics pizza, 6/$10.00.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals week of 5/13/15 – 5/19/15

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Here are the top ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 5/13/15 – 5/19/15.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals

  • Chilean red seedless grapes, $.98/lb.
  • Washington Gala apples, $.68/lb.
  • Mexico Roma tomatoes, $.68/lb.
  • 8 oz Centrella shredded or chunk cheese, $1.50.
  • Chicken leg quarters value pack, $.49/lb.
  • Boneless pork sirloin chops, $1.99/lb.
  • Boneless skinless chicken breast family pack, $1.99/lb.
  • Wild Alaskan cod loins, $4.49/lb.
  • Bel Gioioso 7-8 oz mozzarella cup or balls, $2.50.
  • $.10 each sale: Idaho loose potatoes or yellow onions.
  • Bonus produce deals: 1 lb mushrooms, $1.98. Organic pint grape tomatoes, 8 oz mushrooms, or romaine lettuce, $.98 each. Head lettuce, $.68. Mexico manilla mangoes, 8/$1.98. Washington Golden apples, $.48/lb. Mexico cucumbers, 3/$.99.

Coupon free shopping under $20

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Realized I hadn’t been to ALDI in a week, so popped over to see what’s new. The answer? $1.99 pints of blueberries. Then, Pete’s Market is right across the street… :)

ALDI

Strawberries, $1.49.
2 pints blueberries, $3.98.
2 packs tortillas, $.66.
3 avocados, $2.37.

Paid $8.65.

Pete’s

Romaine lettuce, $.50.
4 limes, $.50.
Apples, $1.36.
Green onions, $.33.
Portobello mushrooms, $2.84.
Poblano peppers, $.86.
8 oz mushrooms, $.98.
Sourdough bread, $3.29.

Paid $10.85. So, $19.50 all together — and I’m doing a lot more shopping without coupons lately, how about you?

Reader deals 5/5/15

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Reader deals 5/5/15: 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

  • Looking at the cheap Kitchen Active spiralizer? SoapboxTray says: “I bought this last time it was a good deal and I really like it. Not made of best quality, the handle part is a little sharp hurts my hands a bit, but does the trick, blades are sharp and I spiraled a bunch of carrots for a salad and it was awesome. However I too would love to know of any good recipes. Thanks!”

Apps

  • Kitty points out there are several new produce offers on Ibotta for Cinco de Mayo.
  • Kitty also shares that her Jingit offers reset this morning.

CVS

Mariano’s

  • Don comments on Facebook that: “I got an email from Marianos, having a truckload hydrangea sale today and tomorrow….. might be worth a look”

McDonald’s

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  • Brandy shares this flyer of freebies and samples at select McD’s locations in IL/WI. (Click the images to view larger so you can read the list.)

Pete’s Fresh Market

  • In addition to this week’s deals, letsshop shares some grand opening specials for the Bridgeview location only: “New store Bridgeview avocados 4x$1 , broccoli 2 # 99 cents , cabbage 10 cents # drumsticks 39 cents # Halal whole lamb $2.99 #.”

Reader requests

  • Connie asks: “anyone seen a good price on charcoal? We’re getting to the bottom of our bag.”
  • Mandy replies: “You can check out Home Depot for charcoal. They seem to run a lot of great deals on Kingsford.” Their current deal is $19.87 for the twin pack here, but it has gone cheaper.
  • And a question from jane: “Does anyone know of a good deal on Scott’s grass seed (we like “High Traffic”)? I only need a small bag, and I see that Ace has 3 lbs. for $15, but was hoping to find it for less than that.”

Rebates

  • If you, like feelgood, had trouble with the Seagram’s rebate a while back — you’re not alone. From April: “To feelgood, I had same expirience a few years ago with rebate from Staples and Chase bank. I deposited rebate for about $6 and it’s bounced. Chase charged me returned check fee, don’t remember how much it was. I had to straighten out it with customer service. Chase reverced charges after conversation. I also calles Staples rebate center and they promised to mail another rebate, but I have never got it. So it seems to me that maybe Chase bank is a common denominator here. Anyway it’s a lot of headache, sorry.”
  • Sarah had a different problem: “For the Smirnoff rebate…I recieved a postcard that my rebate was not valid stating my rebate form was only valid in Washington?! I picked up my rebate at Jewel! I called and the person on the phone said she would have a manager review it. That was two weeks ago. I’ve heard nothing.”
  • And ellen had yet another problem: “my daughter got her rebate but it was for $40.00 instead of the $60 she was promised. I don’t know if she deposited it yet. she banks at chase too”

Target

  • Considering the sale Fitbit Flex? From lynn: “I’ve had one for about a year and it definitely motivates me to move more. I find it to be quite accurate and the charge lasts a good while. I would like it more if I had the very expensive Tory Burch bracelet for it, but overall, I’m quite pleased :-). I can’t compare to other products though, as I’ve not used any. HTH”
  • Connie also likes hers: “Ive got a Flex and I love it. Its a visusl reminder to me to stay on the right path, and the fun little celebration when you hit your daily goal is great! I got mine at Costco with the extra bracelets so I can change colors whenever II want.”
  • And Cari likes hers, too: “I love my Fit Bit Flex as well. I have it synced with a lot of aps. If I had the money I would upgrade to the one that tracks heart rate but I am really happy with my flex!!”
  • If you still have the high value Purina Purpose coupons, Jane comments: “I bought 2 of the listed codes for the Huggies wipes this morning at Target in Bradley and did NOT get a Catalina. I did finally find 2 of the Purina Purpose cat litters in stock and was able to use that high value $10/2 manuf. coupon on them AND they are now generating a $10 Catalina on 2 boxes! It is listed on the shelf as well.”

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals week of 5/6/15 – 5/12/15

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Here are the top ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 5/6/15 – 5/12/15.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals

  • 16 oz Oscar Mayer turkey bologna or cotto salami, $.99.
  • Dozen Hamilton large eggs, $.99.
  • Fresh chicken drumsticks value pack, $.59/lb. Fresh chicken party wings, $.99/lb. Fresh bone-in thighs, $.89/lb.
  • 56 oz Joe Ross ice cream, $1.50.
  • 32 oz Powerade, $.69.
  • Bone-in pork butt roast, $1.49/lb. Value pack First Cut pork chops or steak, $1.69/lb.
  • Muller Greek or Corner yogurt, $.99. Frut-Up or ice cream yogurt, $.89. Use $1.00/5 in the 5/3 RP.
  • Cabbage, $.25/lb.
  • Broccoli, $.78/lb.
  • 8 oz mushrooms, $.98.
  • More produce: 4 lb California oranges, $1.98. California romaine lettuce, 2/$.99. Florida corn, 6/$1.98. Mexico avocados, 5/$1.98. California green onions, 3/$.99. Mexico tomatoes, $.59/lb.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals week of 4/29/15 – 5/5/15

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Here are the top ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/29/15 – 5/5/15.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals

  • Washington golden apples, $.48/lb.
  • Value pack chicken leg quarters, $.49/lb.
  • Family pack ground beef, $2.99/lb.
  • Mission chips or flour tortillas, $2.00. If included: $.55/1 Mission soft taco tortillas.
  • 56 oz Joe & Ross ice cream, 3/$5.00.
  • 16 oz Bar-S jumbo franks, $.89.
  • Select Kashi cereal or Bear Naked granola, $1.99 when you buy two with in-ad store coupon. $1.25/1 Bear Naked granola or bars.
  • Select Libby’s canned veggies, $.49. Print $1.00/4 here to get them for $.24 each!
  • Bone-in pork butt roast, $1.69/lb.
  • BelGioso fresh mozzarella 8 oz cup or ball, $2.50.
  • Bonus produce deals: Vine tomatoes, $.78/lb. 10 lb Idaho potatoes, $1.98. Mexico cucumbers, 3/$.99. Earthbound Farm organic salads, $1.98 (print $1.00/2 here after taking quiz).  Celery hearts, $.99. Mexico corn, 3/$.99.

Cheap Flatout at Pete’s Fresh Market

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Pete’s Fresh Market has Flat Out flatbread tagged $1.99 through tomorrow 4/28. If you still have the BOGO printable (no longer available), get them for $1.00 each. You can also still print a $.50 here to make your Flatout $1.49.

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While you’re there, yellow Campari tomatoes are an unadvertised $.39/lb. I spotted both these deals at the Oakbrook Terrace location today.

Under $14 no coupon shopping

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Where’d you shop today? I swung through Pete’s and ALDI, then stopped at the Redbox at the Walgreens across the street to use a free text club code. Ended up getting Into The Woods — have you guys seen it yet? Is it as good as I’m hoping? Anyway, here’s what I picked up under $14.00:

ALDI

Baby carrots, $.49.
Grape tomatoes, $1.49.
Flour tortillas, $.85.
Corn tortillas, $.33.
Tortilla chips, $1.19.
Blueberries, $.99.
2 packs mushrooms, $1.38.

Paid $6.53.

Pete’s

Celery, $.68.
Apples, $1.04.
Yellow Campari tomatoes, $.20.
2 packs blackberries, $1.98.
Sourdough bread, $3.29.

Got $.05 off for bringing my own bag and paid $7.27. That’s $13.80 all together, and now I’m off to make a nice grilled cheese & avocado sandwich with my new sourdough bread. Maybe I’ll get crazy and add tomatoes, too! 😉

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals week of 4/22/15 – 4/28/15

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Here are the top ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/22/15 – 4/28/15.

Top Ten Pete’s Fresh Market deals

  • Chobani Greek yogurt, $.99. Print $1.00/3 Chobani Greek 100 here. Print $1.00/3 Chobani Greek here.
  • Chilean red seedless grapes, $1.38/lb, or green, $.98/lb.
  • Boneless pork stew meat, $1.99/lb.
  • Cheetos, Fritos, or Munchies, $2.00.
  • Sweet Baby Ray’s marinade or BBQ sauce, $.99.
  • 28 oz Red Gold tomatoes, $.89. Print $.55/3 here.
  • 16 oz Organic Valley sour cream, $2.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Chicken drumsticks value pack, $.69/lb. Bone-in thighs family pack, $.99/lb.
  • California broccoli or Florida string beans, $.78/lb.
  • California celery, $.68 each.