Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- Don posts on Facebook: “Stacy asked for recipes for home made dog food – I hope it is alright that I share my Pintrest board that has several….”
- And some advice from kay: “About making your own dog food. You need to be very careful about balancing vitamins and minerals, especially the ratio of phosphorus and calcium. This is most important for very young dogs, old dogs and dogs with health issues. There are mixes you can buy and just add meat to it. There are also websites, chat lists, books, etc. that can help.”
- Outlander shares: “At Godwill on Monday everything is 25%off- no Q needed.”
- Alex comments: “Also, today at Jewel, Ice Mountain water bottles packs had peelies attached with $1 off Tradewinds tea. This week they are $2 each. With coupon only $1 for a gallon.”
- Andrea on Facebook says: “Apologize if this has already been shared, but from 23-29 May, Jewel Osco is offering a 10% Military Discount. (Have to scroll down to the PR)”
- Kitty emails: “Got a “cat” alert at Jewel today regarding a “More you shop, more you save” promotion between 5-30-13 and 6-4-13.”
- Something to look for from Gina: “Just wanted to give a heads up I received a mailer from lane bryant with a coupon in it for $15 off 15 purchase or $25 off $75 or $50 off $150 valid from may 28th thru june 23rd. So watch out for it.”
- One from VB: “Does anyone know of any movie ticket promotions? I know of the Kellog’s Monster’s Inc and the Fandango visa signature one (which I don’t have). Just wondering if there are any other promotions out there. Last summer there were so many that I did not have to pay to see movies!”
- A movie option from Sandy S: “There’s movie codes on some General Mills cereals. I’ve seen it on Trix and Cocoa Puffs @ Jewel stores.”
- And one from Shandelle: “There’s one going right now (exp 8/31 with limit 2 submissions per household) wyb any 4 specially marked packages of Tony’s Pizza, Red Baron, Freschetta or Pagoda Express products. I know there are printables out there for B4G1 free on Tony’s and $1/2 Red Baron multi serve (or were very recently). Very likely printables for Freschetta, too, or Dominick’s J4U ecoupons or personalized pricing. No idea about the Pagoda Express, never purchased it.”
- Alex asks: “Has anyone seen Diet Pepsi 12-Pack tearpad coupons?” I think I saw some $1.00/1 at CVS recently.
- Yvette sends over: “I found this company that is a delivery based called Azure Standard. It’s kind of like Zaycon, but they have everything… You place an order, they deliver once a month to select drop points around the country.
They sell organic/natural/earth friendly products at VERY GOOD prices. I was looking at their products and a lot of it is cheaper then conventional food!
You can buy smaller qty, or buy in bulk…. To save money on organic food I usually buy a lot of stuff from the bulk section at Whole Foods, like dry beans, rice, flours, sugar, nuts etc., but this company is even cheaper…
From the research I’ve done on organic food, they are the cheapest. They seem to have a lot of products, pretty much anything you need is there, from dairy, to baking supplies, nuts, beans, meat, cheese, eggs, fruit, vegetables, to chicken feed, gardening supplies etc… I haven’t even been able to go through the whole catalog yet…but they have tons of stuff..
There is a drop point near here, in Carol Stream/Wheaton.
They seem to have good reviews. I also spoke with one of the people that pick up at the Carol Stream location and she seems to be very happy with this company..I would like to see if any of the readers here are from the Roselle/Schaumburg area, and are interested in buying organic food this way, maybe we could get together and set up a new pick up location near Roselle….
In order to have a drop point set up, you need $550 worth of orders total. The minimum order per person is $50, no long term commitment, no fees… A few people with orders could easily make the $550 minimum order.. Maybe try them out first, pick up from the Carol Stream location a few times and then try to set up a new one?
Are any of the readers already buying from them? How do you like them? If you don’t mind, I would like to see if anyone is interested in setting this up in Roselle area…”
- And anne is wondering about Minute Maid: “has anyone tried this yet? I’m dying to know if the minute maid is included ”
- From sandra: “received an email its friends and family take 25% online with code SHOEFRIENDS or in store mention friends & family 05/24-05/27 and they are having a sidewalk sale also”
- Shandelle says: “I realize the person that initially asked about cakes said she did not want to get one from Target but wanted to point out for any others that there’s 20% off a pre-ordered birthday cake (exp 7/6) on Cartwheel for Super Target. Cartwheel being their new program where you get percents off in addition to stacking store and manufacturer coupons.”
- A few more deals from Shandelle: “If anyone still has the Target coupon for $5 off at $20 Nestle purchase expiring tomorrow, and like me, didn’t want to buy all DiGiornos a few weeks back when they were on sale, be sure to check all the other qualifying brands. There are so many! I pieced together a really good transaction that ended up being right at $20.53 pre-coupon and included all items I would typically purchase anyway. Buy 1 Purina One Smart Blend cat food, 3.5 lb – $7.89 regular price Use $1 off any Purina cat food Target printable AND $1 off Purina One dry food, exp 7/14 (4/14 SS) 5% off Purina One on Cartwheel (- $.40) - Like paying $5.49 Buy 4 Lean Cuisine pepperoni french bread pizza, $1.66 each on temporary price cut ($6.64 total) Use $1 off any 3 Lean Cuisine Target printable AND $1 off any 3 Lean Cuisine, exp 6/3 (3/3 RP) 5% off Lean Cuisine on Cartwheel (- $.36) - Like paying $4.28 or $1.07 per pizza Buy 3 any flavor Lean Pocket or Hot Pocket, $2 each on sale ($6 total) Use $1 off any 3 Lean/Hot Pocket Target printable Pay $5 for all or $1.66 per box Less $5 off $20 = Pay $9.77 for all or $1.22 per item. I’ll take it. And I choose to believe I got the pricey good kind of cat food for my kitties for just 49 cents!! All the rest was just a bonus. I also used the $2 Target giftcard from the Shopkick app which Target mobile coupons texted me about on May 10th (initially had problems loading it to the iphone app and had to open a ticket with Shopkick support which took about 3 days to resolve but it worked without issue at the register). So if you happen to have that (exp 5/31), then it’s like paying $7.77 or 97 cents per item! Which given the price of that cat food.. omg!” She adds: “Oh and prices valid for the Wilson Yard Target at Broadway & Sunnyside in the city.”
- Cheryl reports: “Was at the Target on Dundee in Palatine today – found special packs (3 – 32 count packs bound together into a single package) of Quantam Finish Gelpacks on a clearance end-cap. Were $10.99, reduced/clearanced to $5.48. There is a $1.25/1 coupon in the 4/21 SS (expiring today). Nets to $.04 cents per load. There were about 6 left, I grabbed 4.”
- A tip from oingo456: “If you have a ROKU, there is a TV guide channel called “WHATS ON” you can add that will at least let you browse the guide a few days out. Still not as good as titantv, but you can do it from the TV/Rocku instead of a computer.”
- Something grandma g noticed: “Tony’s in Hanover Park has Coke and Pepsi 12 packs for 4/8.88. Little better deal than Jewel.”
- Michelle735 warns: “I had a problem with the chicken from Zaycon in April! I called the same day, April 18th? maybe, to tell them and they said a supervisor would get back to me. I was giving them plenty of time to make it right but they haven’t. My complaint – the chicken breast were fresh BUT I spent an hour trimming the fat excess fat from them. Over 3 # of excess fat and and didn’t trim it all off. I left the same amount of fat just like you would get them in the grocery store or even Walmart. Then drained off liquid and I weighed my case in the card board box with the lid and in ziploc bags. It was 31.5#! It was a 40# case? So I didn’t save any money with this deal and they charge my credit card the day I made the order in Feb. (That was more than 2 months before I picked it up.) I didn’t understand this or I would have waited to place my order. For me it was not worth it especially since I had to drive 30 minutes each way to pick it up.”
Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- Kari O. recommends The West Wing: “I looooooove this show! The single seasons are very expensive and this version is worth every penny. My husband gave me this for Christmas. It has been $200 for years but was an in store Best Buy special in Nov for $80.”
- Stacy says: “I would suggest Costco or Sams for a birthday cake. There prices are so reasonable and everyone has always complimented the cake! The only drawback I would say is the choices of decorations for the cake is limited, but my kiddos have always been able to find one they like!”
- Cari agrees: “I agree, Sams club cakes are yummy and inexpensive. I spent big bucks on a cake once and my 2 year old was left alone in the kitchen for 30 seconds and pulled in down off the kitchen counter!!!! It stayed in the plastic container so we still served it but it wasn’t as cute =P”
- So does jackie: “I agree Sam’s club for cakes! 1/2 sheet cakes are only $17.xx.”
- A Costco endorsement from Outlander: “I highly recommend Costco cake because I looooove their cakes! They are filled with wonderful mousse- chocolate cake with chocolate mousse or white cake with vanilla mousse! Yes, they are big (half sheet), but for $17 bucks I gladly send some home with the guests and give to the neighbors. Also, when I have leftovers, I like to cut off the top frosting and just eat cake with the mousse! Yummy!”
- Jen k shares: “My friends have been happy with Mariano’s cakes. One even got a cupcake “cake” which was great for the little ones.”
- Kate offers: “I feel this may be a plug, but I don’t mean to overstep any boundaries! I am a baker. I have a small baking business I run from home. I started about 4 months ago, but have been baking since I was a little girl. I am in Naperville, and would be happy to do a custom cake or cupcakes or anything you wish! I can give you a menu, references from other customers, samples, etc. I aim to please and keep my prices low. If you, or anyone else, is interested in ordering, please contact me at: thekitchenkonfectionary @ gmail (dot) com ! I will offer a 20% discount to any MUM reader who wants to order!”
- Amy comments: “I kinda love Jewel cakes, have always been happy with them, they will put sprinkles on the outside if you ask, always a hit for my little ones and they don’t charge extra for it.” I do too! It’s the “moistest cake ever” or something. Yum!
- Lisa reports: “I was at CVS in Barrington last night. The cashier told me that three weeks ago CVS changed their policy and is now accepting expired ECB’s. Hopefully, he had accurate information!” The official policy hasn’t changed, but some stores take them. It definitely isn’t guaranteed, but worth asking if you have some expired ECBs.
- Something to look for from Patty: “Last week I found rebate forms attached to the Snapple 6packs at CVS. Free Snapple!” $1.00/1 6-pack bottles of Snapple tea or juice drink coupon here.
- From Alex: “Kool Aid Jammers are only $1.79 when pricematching Target. In the beverage section there is a $0.5 manufacturer. your down to $1.29. There’s also an ibotta I found today for $0.5 back. With a pricematch, coupon, and ibotta, a 10 pack of Kool Aid will only cost $0.79 or $0.07 per pouch.”
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- Caroline posts on Facebook: “BTW There was a Vlasic coupon for .75 off this past weekend.”
- A deal erin found: “smirnoff deal at jewel: buy 8 x 11.99 equals $95.92 minus 10% equals $86.32. use 8 x $2 in ad coupon equals $70.32. send in for $50 rebate coupon found on tag on bottle equals $20.32/8. equals $2.54 plus tax each. found tags at sugar grove jewel.Yey! just in time for all the weekend parties!”
- Cari adds: “Did exact Smirnoff deal today. My total was $84.40 with all the crazy liquor tax. I also found hang tags for $1 off 2 Liter 7Up wyb Smirnoff so I grabbed 4 7 UP too. Coupon made them $0.50 each. I didn’t want to steal all the hang tags so I settled with 4. =P”
- Here’s one sent over by Stacy: “I would like to make my own dog food for my pooch. Does anyone have any good recipes they can share? Thank you!”
- Lisa emails: “Also if you ever have made a purchase at Sunglass Hut, a couple of times of year they send me two coupons. One is for $50 off of a pair of sunglasses (I can’t remember exactly how it’s worded….I’m not into $200 sunglasses anymore). One is for $20 off, no minimum, no exclusions. Every time I receive this coupon, I go to a Sunglass Hut and I purchase three 30 count boxes of pre-moistened lens towelettes. They are $6.99 each and I pay $1.04 for three. These are great to throw in the car, in your purse or just to have at home.”
- Matt noticed: “The Wheaton Ultra has 100 ct. Glad Zipped Sandwich bags for $1.88. I thought that was a good deal because the Ziploc 100 ct. Sandwich bags were $3.99.”
- A find from laura: “I was at ultra in Wheaton yesterday, all of the kraft miracle whip had peelies for $1 off any tuna when you buy miracle whip or kraft mayo. So after the Facebook coupon, and the peelie, one jar of miracle whip and one can of tuna for $1″
- Julie says: “There’s a printable on coupons.com for $1 off 1 12-pack of Minute Maid, making these just 4 for $4.88!”
- Jen warns: “FYI, don’t buy those spideman shoes pictured here! Cute, but they are cheap quality and the lights stop working pretty quickly. I bought some for my son for xmas and they stopped working 2 weeks after he started wearing them. I started looking around and turns out lots of people had the same thing happen. (See reviews on Amazon too.) Junky construction–wouldn’t waste your money on that particular style!”
Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- A PSA from Kevin: “There will not be any coupon inserts this weekend. P&G has decided to put out their coupon insert on June 2nd instead.”
- Sara noticed: “The $1 off 2 Pillsbury coupon from last week would work on the Grands biscuits, right?” Yep, makes them $.49 after the JFU price and coupon.
- A deal from John: “Dominicks has Tombstone pizza for $2.50, and it includes double top pizza. Here’s a $1 off coupon for double top pizza (it’s listed when you print it). So $1.50 after coupon, a good deal for Tombstone.”
- Kerri shares: “NWI always has different beer prices… Always higher!!!!”
- Darlene adds: “IN has some strange laws about coupons and liquor… not sure what they are exactly, just that coupons and liquor or beer/wine ‘don’t mix’ LOL.. All those ‘wine tag deals’ years ago, we had to do in IL. Also, no retail liquor sales on Sundays, still….”
- John found: “Spooners cereal is $1.50, and there’s a 75 cent coupon available“
- Some things to look for from Ashley: “Jewel in Schaumburg and the one in Streamwood (I don’t know about the others) are matching Tony’s price on the diet Pepsi (kinda) at 4 for $9 limit 8. Food4Less has tearpads of $1/1 12-pack diet Pepsi coupons (I am sure other stores do too!) So buy 8 for $18 and buy $2 in other products, like the Lawrys on the $10 for 10 sale with $1/2 coupons attached. Before handing over any manufacturer coupons, you can use the CVS coupon for $4/$20. This brings your total down to $16. Jewel takes these as per their policy. Then hand over one Lawry’s coupon, $15. Then hand over 8 $1/1 diet Pepsi 12-pack coupon making it $7 for $8 12-packs and 2 Lawrys. BUT THEN!!! Get a $2 catalina that says thank you from diet Pepsi. It rolls!!” Jewel does accept competitor $/$$, but their own $/$$ are after coupons now so YMMV on them being accepted before coupons.
- Nikki reports: “If you are near a Meijer, they have grillers for $5.99 this week.”
- And Sabrina elaborates: “Meijer has the Johnsonville Grillers on sale for $5.99. So $3.99 for the grillers after $2 newspapwr coupon plus free brats with printable coupon.”
- A reminder from letsshop: “Menard’s don’t forget calendar’s we got !Spend $50 get $5 off coupon (O:”
- Sandy S asks: “Has anyone found the Coke and/or Pepsi coupons in a circular other than Pete’s? Any in the north suburbs?”
- Becky responds: “I found the coke/pepsi coupons in the Super Low Foods ad (Wood Dale area)”
- Laurie is wondering: “I was wondering if anyone has suggestions on where to get a birthday cake from. We used to go to Weber’s but too much cake for the little ones. We have tried Target but they have changed. I live in the Naperville area.”
- Natalie0920 comments: “For everyone who shops at the St. Charles Target, I have a request from Brian, their store manager. Please fill out the new surveys that you get on your receipts! It only takes a few minutes and it really helps out the store. They are a GREAT store and very coupon friendly, but their ratings are suffering due to the heavy construction on the surrounding streets. Plus, they do drawings and you could win some $$$! Thanks in advance!”
- A warning fro Jo: “I got two of these [kids' Brita bottles] at Target and am returning them today. They leak terribly between the cap and the bottle when you squeeze them because the flexible plastic of the bottle pulls away from the hard plastic lid even though it is screwed on.”
- Becky says: “Centrella ads have a coupon for $3 off coke when you buy 4 12packs. $5.88 for 4 12packs is a great stock up price!!”
- A heads up from letsshop that only some stores got the $.48 eggs coupon. Also, those coupons are only in the mailed ads, not the ads in-store. My store is often excluded too. But sometimes it has deals the other don’t, so always check your ad to avoid disappointment and for the occasional surprise deal!
- Matt sends over: “If you have that $2 off Nature Made fish oil expired printable you can use it on the $2.50 fish oil at Ultra to make for $.50 a bottle.”
- From feelgood: “Check your emails from Walgreens. I was offered 2,000 Balance Rewards points for spending $10 on May 22nd or 23rd, limit one time. Others have reported getting emails offering 50 points per dollar spent, 100 points per dollar spent, or even 200 points per dollar spent, limit one time.”
- Kitty emails: “Interestingly, the Walgreens $5 Splenda RR expires in mid-August!”
- Comparing to this week at Jewel, VB says: “Charcoal deal is better at walmart. You have to look for the special value pack 2×15 lb has a red sticker on the bag and wrapped in blue shrink wrap. On sale for $6.98 for 30lbs and you can use the kc cpn. The shelves were not tagged and they were under a sign that read 14.98 so scan the bags if you find them.” Kingsford Charcoal 12.5 lbs or larger, with purchase get a FREE 18 oz KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce in the 3/3 SS (exp. 5/26!).
- Sara shares: “Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is offering $5 off admission through June 13 (May 24-27 excluded). Download a voucher on their website, looks like you need a voucher for each person.”
- Don comments: “The WHOLE Portabello mushrooms look great and on 5lb box they will give you an extra 10% off making them $1.80/lb wyb 5+ pounds …. Also, look in the deli for tearpads 3$ off wyb 1 pound Butterball Deli meat, 2 Avocados from Mexico and any Flatout Flatbread item.” The coupon was also in the May AY and the 5/19 SS (Sun-Times, not Tribune).
Cermak Fresh Market
- Kate on Facebook offers: “Deals of the Week Week of 5/22/13-5/28/13 (Based on Naperville ad. Visit www.cermakfresh.com for ads in other locations. Top Deals:
- Creamette Pasta: $.79
- Lay’s Potato Chips: $1.99
- Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce: 4/$5
- Sweet Corn: 4/$.99
- Seedless Watermelon: $.29/lb (this is always yummy from here!)
- Sweet Cherries (Red): $1.49/lb !!
- Chicken Drumsticks: $.59/lb
- Homemade Italian Sausage: $.99/lb
- Eckrich Hard Salami: $2.99/lb
- Johnsonville Brats (19.76 oz): $2.99″
- Carolyn’s free glasses experience: “I couldn’t agree more. I think I paid $16 for the shipping, but the frames/lenses were completely free! My husband couldn’t believe this deal. He can finally see clearly. Ordered his glasses on a Saturday afternoon and received them that Weds!”
- For those considering the Zulily deal, Katie 007 says: “I agree. I love the Costco dog food. After a lot of research, we found it is an unbeatable quality for the price!”
- Matt’s tips: “I go to Costco for the pharmacy, which does not require a membership. Other than Target and Walmart’s $4 list, they have the cheapest cash prices for most generics. Costco will also let you use their food court for free. You just go in the out door and pay cash at the food court. I recommend the hand dipped ice cream bars. It’s probably the size of about 2.5 dove bars and you can get it with nuts.”
- Patricia sends over: “Saw an ad in my People magazine that if you purchase $25 of P&G products from a participating retailer in one transaction you can receive one adult movie ticket or purchase $30 in one transaction and you can receive one adult and one children’s movie ticket to Monsters University. The stores are somewhat limited but just in case there ends up being a deal at one of them here is the link“
- Mary discovered: “They must be doing this Oscar Mayer deal at many stores besides Jewel. I went to our little no name grocery store her in our little town today & got this same Catalina printed out.”
- Krystle says: “Check your emails, received a $2 off Sally Hansen Cosmetics from CVS today! Makes the deal even more of a MM, if you haven’t hit the limit yet.”
- A tip from pt: “Make the meal plan work for you… we had a lot of snacks/food leftover when we went with our kids a couple years ago. Not sure if this has changed, but the meal plan didn’t differentiate from a kid’s bfast and an adult bfast…and bfast came with 2 drinks, We bought the refillable commuter mugs at our hotel and refilled as needed at the hotel-for breakfast, we filled our mugs with coffee, and took our drinks as waters to go (to the park!). I don’t know how old your kids are…but our kids were very happy picking an autograph book as their souvenir on the first night, and we made getting pictures/autographs with the characters a higher priority. I also bought them sweatshirts from the disney store for a great price and gave them to them in Florida. HTH!”
- From kristin: “Just got back from disney. Got a super great deal on priceline. Didn’t do a meal plan. I have a 4 year old picky eater. We ordered groceries from garden grocer and they delivered to my hotel. I didn’t rent a car didn’t need it. Used all disney transport. As a side note we did an orlando hot air balloon ride for 200 bucks. Kids under like 7 or 8 are free and older kids are half price. For 200 bucks we both rode. An hour in the air plus a breakfast buffet and champaign toast. I highly recommend thompson aire if you are in orlando!! The parks were EMPTY. We had a great time. Except epcot (YAWN). So boring esp for kids. The refillable “mugs” are 16 bucks and are super small compared to what they used to be. I don’t drink pop so it wasn’t worth it.” And she adds: “Oh yeah and the hot air balloon ride is what my 4 year old keeps telling everyone was her favorite ride at disney!! Buy trinkets and gifts before you go and bring them out when you are there. We had an autograph book given to us and used that. I spent 120 dollars total in the parks. That includes a winnie the pooh lunch and a tea party with alice in wonderland. We spent like 20 bucks on toys in the park. I don’t have a beggy kid though so it was pretty easy”
- Kari O. comments: “The prebuying souvenirs sounds great. If you’re not too far, the Gurnee Mills Disney store has super cheap Disney World and Land stuff.”
- ShananO says: “A fun thing to do is pin trading. Pins at the world can cost 10-12 a pin. You can buy a Lot of pins on Ebay for around .50 cents a pin. I am not sure of the age of your kids but I love pin trading and a greaat way to remember trips.”
- Matt recalls: “After one of Jill Cataldo’s library talks someone asked her about Disney tips and she said to get your kids up really early to go, so that you don’t have to wait in line to go on the rides.”
- Cindy’s suggestions: “Use some of your snack credits for small meals. As far as I know you can use a snack credit at the places that accept them for anything under $4. So you can have a muffin and a cup of coffee, or I think we were even able to get a breakfast sandwich at a place or two. Only eat 2 big meals a day, with your snack credits you should be OK. We had a ton of snack credits left last time and ended up brining home rice krispie treats and bottles of water for the ride home. Look up Couponing to Disney. SHe has a ton of ideas on there to save while there. There is a Walmart really close by too. We always stock up on water, snacks, and they have a nice gift selection there too. You can bring a small soft sided cooler in the parks, but nothing with straws into Animal Kingdom. There are Disney outlets not far from there either that have a lot of stuff really marked down. We use our MyPOINTs rewards to get Rainforest café gift cards which can be used at Trex café, either rainforest café, and at Yak and Yeti in Animal Kingdom (that is our favorite place to eat, I dream about their ribs..lol) Also along with that there is a Landrys rewards card you can sign up for. Its $25 (I think) to join but you get it right back in a credit. If you have anyone who is having a birthday near the time you are going sign up in their name and you will get a $25 reward to use. You also get a % off in the chops at rainforest café and also seating priority too. We racked up enough points for $75 off our bill. Plus earned $75 through my points. Also check out mousesavers.com she has a list of coupons for places to eat near Disney and in downtown Disney. Best tip for Disney to me is get there early, go back to the hotel and rest and go back in the afternoon/evening. I have done the GO!GO!GO! trips there many times and have learned that the GO!rest!GO! plan works out much better. You will never see everything so don’t try!! Have a great trip, that’s our favorite place to vacation, wish we were headed back sooner than next year” And she adds: “Our kids love EPCOT, but then again they are geography buffs. They have fun doing the kidcot stations and I made each of the kids a reporter book where they asked people from the countries questions about their homeland and then they put it together in a book. The cast members were all very excited to be interviewed. We had them sign their names to the kids autograph book and took pictures with them. The kids love Soarin’ and test track. I love tasting the food (best time to go there is during the food and wine fest in Sept-oct or Nov) I also can’t leave there without having a GrandMarnier slush in France.”
- LauraL’s advice: “If you are driving or can check bags for free, just pack a box with snacks and drinks. You can buy those Horizon organic milk packs that don’t need to be refrigerated until opened. With those cups of cereal and you can have breakfast everyday in your room. Put the drinks in bag and then place in a cheap cooler in the box. Also before you go, call the front desk and ask about microwaves or refrigerators. Sometimes they will put one in your room for free.”
- From VB: “Learn how to use the fast passes. The first time we went we didn’t know they were free. When we learned how to use them on the last day we were able to get on so many more rides. We used them the second trip and it was really helpfull since we had 3 kids under age 6 and as we all know have absolutely no patience. Also there are disney apps that tell you the wait times for the rides so we used that as well while we waited for our fast pass time. Also we would save the most popular rides for last. The Haunted mansion was an hour and a half long at one point but 20 minutes before park closing it was only 10 minutes. There is so much to do and see so saving time anyway you can is the name of the game. If you are doing any character meals we did cinderellas royal table and Askershus. Both had great food but we liked askershus more. The princesses had the kids get up and parade around the also had a buffett for appetizers but they had items like salmon and chicken sides etc. My brother filled up on the buffet and since we had late reservations he was able to have them box it up and eat it later at our rental. He had 2 meals out of it! Lol. Make sure to make reservations far in advance. Look up couponingtodisney.com Mousesavers.com Chipandco.com They have great info including entrances that are not well know to avoid the crowds stuff like that. There is so much to learn and I am trying to get more info for our next trip in Sept 2014 too so everyones info is great.” Also: “Mousesavers.com also has a list of food that is served at the table service restaraunts at higher rates but the same dish without some of the garnishes can be found at thebquick service stands at a lower price! This was great info since IT wanted to sample the food but wanted to spend the least amount as possible.”
- Aileen’s experience: “My daughter loves the pin trading and it is fun, however EXPENSIVE if you buy at the parks. I purchased bulk trading pins on Ebay and let her use those for getting cast members to trade with her.”
- A report from linda: “We just returned from our first Disney trip with the kids. I’m ready to go back tomorrow! I froze yogurts and used them as “ice packs” in a soft cooler to keep cheese sticks and even boiled eggs fresh. We flew and when we arrived at our resort, all of the food was still very cold! I packed instant oatmeal and powdered milk and fruit cups. We ate breakfast in our room each morning. I also packed fruit snacks and granola bars for times when the lines were long. (Although, we went on one of the lowest crowd weeks and had hardly any lines) Our children are 8, 6, and 4. We got to the parks 30 min before rope drop each day, napped and/or swam in the afternoon and stayed out until park closing every night. So Fun!!! Be Our Guest restaurant and Story Time with Belle were our favorite “new things”. People start lining up for B. O. G. restaurant at 10am (lunch opens at 1030). CAN’T WAIT TO GO AGAIN! Have Fun!”
- John shares: “Dominicks deal through Wednesday, buy 4 7-up/Sunkist/A&W soda 2 liters for $1.78 total. That’s because the Sunday ad had a buy 2 get 2 free deal, and if you add the deal match with Jewel, the 2 liters are 88 cents when you buy 4.”
- For Thursday’s sale, letsshop noticed that Johnsonville Grillers are on sale for $8.99 with free brats when you buy the Grillers. With the $2.00/1 in the 5/19, that’s $6.99 for both.
- A find from Sabine: “Hi. Not sure where to put this but if anyone is looking for the allergy booklet. The store in Niles on dempster has some that we found.”
- A heads up from Lee for non-IL folks: “Thanks for your response . I just looked online and it seems like the jewel mailer for nw indiana has different prices for the beer and does not have the promo for the chips or hotdogs … Guess I’m going to have to make my way to Illinois !”
- BethP’s experience: “I just got back from Marianos and a manager had to come over and make this coupon work and double (I’ve actually had problems with Gardein coupons matching up to the item before come to think of it) – but they handled it no problem. Just be prepared!”
- And SoapboxTray reports: “I used it today and bought the exact product on the coupon and it scanned without an issue. We love these “chicken-like” tenders anyway so I was happy they had lots in stock! I have had an issue in the past with the coupon just as Beth stated buying another product from the family.”
- She also had a few other finds: “Just checked a few prices at Mariano’s. The Lean Cuisine salad creations are included in the sale of $1.99 each, so use your $1. from 3/10SS today or next Wednesday and get them FREE! One more thing I noticed because I like them! Food Should Taste Good chips (yum) are on sale for $2.50 a bag, there is a 75¢ off Q on Coupons.com to make them $1.75 or $1. a bag on DD!”
- Don shares: “Menards : Just back from there and – the water for $1.79 is 12 pk of 10 oz bottles, I passed. Also, check your Menards for $3 off 3# shrubs (all) and $10 off 10# shrubs (all) Plainfield has a nice selection and I got a nice Lilac shrub for $7.88. In addition, they had a nice selection of the long handle tools for $2.99 after rebate….. ENJOY!!!”
- For those who got the $10 credit yesterday, an idea from Matt: “This could make for a cheap flash drive. They don’t have too much under $20 with free shipping and all.”
- Julie on Facebook says: “n the target purina deal there is also a 5 off 20 nestle target coupon that can be added” She adds: “”it also works with the tidy cat too” The coupon was a printable, but it seems to be gone.
- Ideas for the cheap Hormel party trays from Suzann: “About a month ago I had to run down to Kroger on Sunday pm and they had these without cheese but hard Italian salami instead clearanced for $2.49– the Keebler 2 cracker stack was worth $2.49–everything else was free—think pizza and add ins to omelets and scrambled eggs.” She also says: “Another note put the packages of meat in a freezer bag and toss in the freezer for later use. This stuff freezes very well.”
- From Michelle: “Found on clearance today, Swiffer sweeper 16 count febreze scent refill with Mr. Clean magic eraser $2.50. Swiffer dusters kit with Mr. Clean magic eraser $2.50. Use the P&G coupon buy a starter kit get refill free. Coupon doesn’t state must buy refill for the starter kit purchased.”
- Allison points out: “There is a $1/2 Hershey’s syrups in the 5-12 Smart Source.”
- A deal from Theresa: “The Pete’s Fresh Market insert has manufacturer’s Qs for both Coke and Pepsi 12-packs. $2 off four Pepsi product 12-packs, and $3 off Coke product 12-packs. Both expire 5/29. So that puts Pepsi products at $1.72 per 12-pack (or 14.3 cents per can) and Coke at $1.47 per 12-pack (or 12.25 cents per can).”
- Matt says: “Nice to see you can get 8 12 packs instead of 4 with a $10 purchase. Also the $10 purchase is a one-time qualifier for all offers. So if you bought different brands you could get 6 offers (2 each from Coke, Pepsi and 7UP). Definitely stock up prices if you’re not buying all diet. Diet pop is fresh for a shorter period of time.”
- Matt also comments: “The Nature Made deal was similar to the one last year when they had the $2 coupon to go with it that made the fish oil $.50 a bottle. Even at $2.50 with no coupons a year’s supply of fish oil is $30 plus tax.”
- Donna K. suggests: “Check your library. Mine (Gail Borden Library, Elgin IL) offers Zinio and more than 80 titles free.”
- For those considering the Zulily deal, Maria shares her experience: “I like to buy bottled water, Rotisserie chicken, dog food, batteries and drug store items. The prescription drugs have prices that are hard to beat. Not everything is a deal but the quality of the products is excellent and there warranty is the best. After researching dog food quality, I found the Kirkland brand to be rated A+++ and the price was so low. The also have monthly coupons that make there prices even better. The gas prices are also usually the lowest in the area too. I just bought a gallon of milk for 1.89. 40 lb. bag of dog food was 23.99.”
- Christina M comments: “My husband gets this same coupon-book-with-membership through his employer and it’s also an entertainment.com membership perk. The coupons are great; especially if they still have the free 2lb Kirkland’s coffee coupon. You can try to use it on a renewal membership; I have had success doing so though I’m sure it depends on the store and employee.”
- And Kristen says: “I buy almost all my beef and pork products, you cant beat the quality. Prices are reasonable”
- From Outlander: “I loooove Costco. You can also go inside to look around without the membership, just can’t buy anything. Just ask them at the entrance to go inside and see if you like it and want to buy the membership. Or maybe go in with a friend and see what you think.”
- Kevin posted many new Catalinas here.
- MelanieM says: “I also prefer Zenni. Have purchased 4 pair of glasses/sunglasses in the past and they are great!”
- A place to use the $1.00/1 Canyon Bakehouse coupon, from Kim: “I get these breads at New Vitality in Orland—They except coupons! So excited!”
- Jacci on Facebook asked: “Walmart is listed as having free El Monterey Burritos w/coupon but the Walmart’s I’ve been to don’t sell this brand in individual servings. Any suggestions on which stores do?”
- Michelle on Facebook responded: “Its not by the burritos. Its by the individual items in the freezer. I thought the same thing until a friend told me where to look. Voila! Found them:) Kmart had the XL El Monterey burritos for a buck too.” So they’ll be free with the coupons in the 1/27 SS or 3/3 RP.
- From mike l.: “Buy 4 tombstone pizzas at jewel and get a cat for free tombstone garlic dipping bites pizza up to 7.01 only good until wed 5/22.” He adds: “Equals 5 tombstone pizzas for 10″
- A request from seachicago: “Any bargain tips for a family taking a trip to DisneyWorld?!! We’re staying in a hotel on site, and got a dining package thrown in already; but we’ll still wind up covering a few meals out of pocket, I think. Suggestions regarding *anything* (food, fun, souvenirs, etc.) would be welcome!”
- Shandelle suggests: “See if you can get any local groupons to cover food/fun/non-Disney stuff? My friend and I actually did this when we went on a two week multi country European vacation last summer and it worked out very well. Good luck!”
- An idea from michelle: “Sounds kind of silly, but I looked up grocery stores near our hotel, went through the add, clipped coupons and shopped for microwaveable foods and fresh fruits and veges. Also bought a case of water. You will easily pay $5 for one bottle of water!”
- Marjie noticed: “I found chewable Jr Strength Advil is on sale for $4.99 (24 count). If you buy two you get a five dollar target giftcard! I used 2($1)coupons from the paper yesterday. So $3 or $1.50 each after giftcard, much easier than Walgreens points deal!”
- On the Banana Boat deal, LauraL says: “For anyone with printer problems, I saw $2.00 on one hang tags at Walgreens. Also, another $3.00/2 prints (mnf coupon) when you do the first transaction. The bonus packs, the ones with the attached trial sizes, are more expensive and do not produce the gift card.”
- And Pam C. adds: “Check your Ibotta too! I have $.75 for Banana Boat kid’s sunscreen”
- Cari on Facebook shares: “Just did a pretty nice Purina Dog food deal at Target. The buy 2 bags get a $5 GC promo has been running for a few weeks. With the $5 off 2 Target coupon that came out last Sunday I thought I would check it out….yup still working. Buy 2 Purina Dog Chow $10.99 each ( I think they are 16.5 lb bags) Total=$21.98; use $5/2 Target Q 5/19 RP, 2- $1/1 Purina Dog Chow from 3/17 RP; pay $14.98 and get a $5 GC. $9.98 for 2 bags of dog food….not bad”
- Becky noticed: “Some Wet n Wild cosmetics are .93 at the Oswego Walmart.”
- A few things feelgood ran across: “Walmart Kingsford Charcoal, KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce and Lloyd’s BBQ deals Of course, prices may vary locally.”
- From feelgood, for new signups for their email club: “4 FREE Sliders“
- Theresa reports: “The max on the Sally Hansen deal is six.” Note that only one $5 ECB will print per transaction, though.
- On the fleece-lined footless tights, JulieT comments: “I bought these and they are not meant for tall women – 5’8. They’re short and when I tried to pull them up, they tore at the seams. I’m pretty thin and they were pretty snug.”
- Shandelle’s experience: “I almost always have to submit an appeal to Endorse for receipts where I bought more than just what I was submitting to them. I just make it as clear as possible for them and usually they give me what I determine is correct. ” I feel like I have to appeal each time too, but with the opposite result, lol.
- Lean says: “Went to jewel today to get the duncan cake mix and brownies and to my surprise, not only was there peelies on the red velvet boxes for .35 off but there was also lots of devil’s food cake mixes with peelies for a free frosting flavor packet! Look out for those! They are really good for mixing into cool whip if your not a frosting person. ”
- A heads up from patti: “The flip flops are on sale 2 for $4.00 or $2.50 each. The coupon is limit one per customer, so they end up costing $.50.”
- Theresa tried the Splenda deal: “Ran this twice at Wags this morning – once with three Splenda and once with three Nectresse. Worked fine with the Splenda, but no Cat on the Nectresse. Also, the small boxes of Fig Newtons were marked on the shelf at $1.99, but rang up at $0.99, so free after IP.”
- Beth’s experience: “I just bought the Nectress and it didn’t work on that. Wondering if it should have? Steve F. did you buy the Yellow box or the Nectress?” He had commented: “Tried the Splenda deal this morning and DID NOT get the $5.00 National Cat. down in FL.”
- And a report from letsshop: “Just did 3 boxes and it worked fine Used the P&G $5 RR from last week’s Crest and got another in its place .Love that
By the way did the 100 box Splenda and also shopped in south suburbs of Chicago (O:”
- Found by feelgood: “$1.50/1 Nestle Nesquik AND $1.00/2 Edy’s MQ’s“
- A Catalina from Kevin: “5/20 – 6/16 | Kotex Natural Balance Liners, Pads or Tampons (excludes 14-22 liners) Buy (2) = $2.00 OYNO Buy (3) = $2.50 OYNO confirmed Albertson/Jewel, Kroger Hopefully it will be posted on Coupon Network soon for others participating.”
- Tracey shares: “I went for the Excedrin deal and a $3/10 pain reliever printed at the coupon machine. Also, a $2 off two Crest or Oral B toothpaste, mouthwash, toothbrush printed with my receipt which could be used for the crest deal.”
- And Joy says: “I just did the Clear deal and my BOGO coupons scanned at full price instead of sale – ymmv, but certainly sweetens the deal! $3.02 for my four before tax.”
- An idea from Julie: “YMMV, but the Clear deal can be free or a money maker depending on how your local store interprets the coupons. Because of the way the coupons stack up, you may be able to buy 1 men’s scalp therapy, 1 women’s scalp therapy and 1 women’s conditioner instead of buying 4 products. Use 1 BOGO womens conditioner when you buy the shampoo to get the conditioner free, then use 1 BOGO womens clear when you buy a mens shampoo to get the womens shampoo free. My first BOGO automatically scanned @ $5.99 and the second one beeped, so the cashier manually entered it in at $5.00. So I was at $4.01 after coupons with $5 ECB back. My CVS didn’t have the scalp therapy balm, so no luck on Ibotta.”
- She adds: “Also, it appears that the limit on the clear deal is more than 1. My receipt indicated $15 towards the deal and $15 needed for the next deal.” I think the limit is six, but only $5 ECB will print per transaction and amounts greater than $15 won’t track toward the next deal.
- A deal sandra noticed: “in the 5/19 ss if you spend $50 of fekkai products and receive a $20 prepaid visa card via mail rebate” The deal at CVS is $10 ECB when you spend $30.
- Lynn comments: “If you need Pledge (like I did!), for the spend $12, get $4 ECB, check your women’s magazines from a month or so ago. There were little coupon inserts with a $2/2 and $1/1 any Pledge. Works out to $1 each if you have enough q’s. Some Scrubbing Bubbles q’s in the same inserts.”
- Theresa reports: “Today at Jewel I received the Oscar Mayer lunchmeat Cat that Kevin reported here. Jewel wasn’t included in his list of stores. Items must be 6 oz. or larger.”
- For the $.30/gallon discount when you spend $50, Matt says: “The one thing about Speedway is that the gas does tend to be cheaper than Shell.”
- Kevin found: “Farmer’s Garden pickles – Kosher spears on clearance $2.10 or $0.10 after #2/1 printable. Naperville; half case left at $2.10, other types $3.50″
- Diane asks: “Do you guys like the Clear shampoo or are you using it as a donation item? I tried it and it made my hair all dried out and frizzy.”
- Francesca likes it: “I love the clear shampoo. I use only On my scalp and use regular shampoo on the rest of my hair to prevent it from getting frizzy. I’ve always had dry and itchy scalp this is the best shampoo for it”
- Sarah asks: “speaking of canvas art…does anyone have any recommendations for a site or place that does real high quality ones? I’m not so concerned for price (although I dont want to pay hundreds). I would like to get one of our wedding pics done for our one year anniversary next month. TIA”
- Sent over by feelgood: “bob evans b0g1F & 3 course bbq chicken dinner for $9.99“
- Kevin shares: “Walmart Suave Naturals body wash 12oz. 2/$3 Q buy 2 naturals get Suave Lotion Free 5/19 rp x6/2/13 Max up to $3.00 0.50/1 Suave deodorant from the 5/19 RP”
- From liz: “2 things..thanks mashup mom I just went and picked up my cooler from walmart…$21 including tax..pretty good…second..they have the farmers valascic pickles on a price drop to 2.93 and I used the $3/1 coupon for those who got a high value one for free pickles.”
- From michelle: “Carsons has the Justin Beiber, Lady Gaga, LMFAO , and that Gangham style song singing toothbrushes on sale for $10. Free with $10q. Heehee!”
- Allison reports: “Checked the price of the Vlasic Farmer’s Garden and they are $4.99 a jar. Works out to be $1.49 a jar for 2 with the bogo sale and $2/1 coupon.”
- Julie B says: “On the Jacks coupon – I think it’s Kroger that has it on sale this week 6/$10! $1.67 ea – .75 = $.92 pizza! ” Unfortunately, we got $1.00/3. But you could trade with people from other areas who got $.75/1.
- Jane adds: “yes but the Kroger Jacks pizza sale ends Sunday! Could get rain checks if they run out?”
- Melinda on Facebook says: “Ultra in Lombard has Wet Ones for $.99. These are the 40 count packs. I know they are on my son’s school supply list and I haven’t seen them that cheap ever.”
- Julie B comments: “Wasn’t there $2 off Nectresse last weekend? That would make it only $.99. I don’t know if its included in the Catalina…” Yup, 5/12 RP.
- An endorsement for the Circulon skillets from kim: “I paid this for $39 and the quality is great!!!”
Bed Bath & Beyond
- An alternate source for Brita bottles from Carolyn: “Just last night at the Bed Bath & Beyond in Downers Grove, in their big clearance section in the back of the store, they have the kids brita water bottles on clearance for $4.99 so just $1.99 after the $3 off coupon. There were probably 12 or so left after I bought 2. I was there about a month ago and they were on clearance then too so no one is buying them! Don’t forget to use a 20% store coupon for an even better deal. By the way, the kids ones are either blue with sporty stuff on them or pink with butterflies:) Hand over the store coupon first for the best deal. Okay, I’m done!”
- Kevin shares: “Oscar Mayer Cold Cuts (5/20/13 – 6/16/13) Buy 3 participating products, get $2.00 OYNO Buy 4 participating products, get $3.00 OYNO Buy 5 or more participating products; get $4 OYNO Albertsons, Bashas, Food City, Safeway and Walgreens”
Cermak Fresh Market
- From Kevin: “Cermak Naperville has ground pork for .99lb. Has anyone tried to use the $1.00 on any ground pork Manufacture coupon exp 10/31/13? Free is better than 6.99/32 oz Johnsonville Grillers.” I think he means the printable from the Dominick’s promotion?
- Jeff says: “Make sure you extend the price thru the weekend $2.00 off the Johnsonville grilles 3.00 a box with coupon” There is supposed to be a $2.00/1 coupon coming in this weekend’s SS.
- Bobbi on Facebook asks: “Have you had any issues with the Dominicks website? I can’t seem to move things from My Card to My List so I can print out a copy of my coupons. Wondering if I’m alone with this?” I think some people were having problems yesterday. I couldn’t get it to open (admittedly, I didn’t try very hard). But I used both the iPhone and Android apps and they both worked fine.
- Sara points out: “There’s a $1 off any 2 Hormel chili coupon in the latest issue All You (June, I think. It just came in the mail yesterday.)”
- Lynn cautions: “Sorry to be the nutrition police, but wanted to share that I noticed each “burger” in these “grillers” has 39 grams of fat! Might not be the best way to kick off your summer grilling if you hope to visit the beach or pool too .” LOL!
- Found on Hip2Save by letsshop, get a $5 McDonald’s gift card for 150 points.
- Of the coupons we are supposed to get this weekend, SoapboxTray says: “The Activia and Pillsbury will be great at Mariano’s for Double Daze! I am sure more but those are the 2 I spotted”
- A heads up from Deanna: “The almond milk and rice milk do not appear to be on sale anymore. I checked with Christy and she said for some reason the signs had been pulled. Poo. Would have been a great price.”
- A report from denolivid: “found the Brita bottles at Lake Zurich store…neon greenwith geo shapes and pink with butterflies.”
- From yvette: “there is a deal on Q-tips, buy 4, get $5 Target gift card. The smaller count packages are $2.50, so buy 4, pay $10, get $5 back =$1.25ea I was just at the Glendale Hts. Target and they had plenty of the smaller count left…” There is also supposed to be a coupon coming in the RP, for those who will get their papers tomorrow and hit the store. Although I am sure they will be limit two per transaction…and just $.25/1.
- Don on Facebook spotted: “Aldi has a ton of 100% whole wheat bread for 25 cents/loaf …. Plainfield store on Ridge Rd…..”
- Theresa posts on Facebook: “Thursday’s Chicago Trib has a Carson’s insert with a ‘$10 off a regular or sale price item of $10 or more’ coupon. Good Fri – Sun. The usual extensive list of exclusions apply. I am less than excited because the last time this coupon was out I shopped with my daughter and, despite a thorough search, we could only use one of our two coupons to get a cheap item. There is also a 25% off sale price items coupon.” I got the flyer in my local paper today, as well.
- From kay: “I didn’t realize I was out of coffee til I went out to get another can of my Dollar General Maxwell House Wake-Up Roast from the last good sale, and I missed the 20% off from a couple days ago. But I noticed on banner at the top an online special, $15 off $60 purchase with code VISAFIFTEEN if you use your VISA card. Free shipping on $25+ order, so I ordered 2 cases and got a good price.”
- Alex noticed: “Just a heads up. I got the Dominick’s ad today and looks like Hormel Chili is 5 for $5 or a buck each. On Just4U there is $1 off a 15 oz can in the Canned Goods and Soup section. This would make for some free chili! This deal starts Friday.”
- Sara shares: “Here’s an alert I found at self checkout: ‘Buy any Campbell’s 100% Natural Soups between 5/20/13 – 6/16/13 and save up to $2.00 Buy 2 & get $1.00 Buy 3 & get $1.50 Buy 4 & get $2.00 coupon off your next shopping order.’”
- Sara comments: “Check your stash for a printable from late last summer with a long expiration date (mine says 6/25/13) for $1.00 off 2 cans of Bush’s Grillin’ Beans.”
- Donna K says: “I had 2 lists. Everything was check marked on the ‘my card’ list. If you scroll down to the bottom there is a button that says ‘Add Offers to My List’. This put all the offers from the ‘my card’ list onto ‘my list’.”
- Sara saw the change too: “Just went to the Dominicks website to see that yet again they have changed the list system. I now have 3 separate lists, instead of everything being merged. One list for My Card, one list for the club specials, and one list from going through the weekly ad and choosing items. Very confusing. I made a comment to them by e-mail. Anyone understand this system?”
- An idea from Alex: “Just in time to use those Pepsi coupons with a short expiration date! I found a coupon booklet called Serve Up Spring Fun next to the soda endcap in my Dominicks. There’s a coupon for $1 off 2 Pepsi Next 2 liter bottles. So excited that the 2 liters are only $0.89 pricematching. After coupon only $0.39 each! Also, there was a coupon for $2 off 2 24 packs which would go great with the $5 Friday. Each 24 pack will cost you $4 or like paying $2 for a 12 pack. Hurry, coupons expire the 18th if you have them!”
- And liz also found the booklet: “i just got them from out of walmart the q booklet”
- Sara shares: “I received $1.88 Philadelphia Cream Cheese on my Personalized deals. It will go great with the coupon we received from First Taste. Also, if you have the Digiorno Pizza for $4.81 on your personalized deals it works with the Pizzeria pizzas. With the previous $2.00 coupon we were able to print I was able to get it for $2.81 which I didn’t think was bad.”
- Catalinas from Kevin:
- “Back to Nature Macaroni & Cheese Dinner Boxes or Microwaveable Cups Buy 2 Get $1 catalina coupon Between 4/22-6/16
- DiGiorno Pizza any 12″ package Buy 2 Get $1 catalina coupon; Buy 3 Get $2 catalina coupon; Buy 4+ Get $3 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Dole Fruit Bowls, Gels, Parfaits, Crisps, or Squish’ems Buy 4+ Get $0.75 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Dole Real Fruit Bites Buy 2+ Get $0.75 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Kashi Frozen Products Buy 3 Get $2 catalina coupon; Buy 4 Get $3 catalina coupon; Buy 5+ Get $5 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Keebler Town House Crackers 9.5 oz or larger, any flavor Buy 2 Get $1.50 catalina coupon; Buy 3 Get $2.50 catalina coupon; Buy 4+ Get $4 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Nestle or Wonka Candy 9.2 oz or larger Buy 2 Get $1 catalina coupon; Buy 3+ Get $2 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Rembrandt Whitening Kit, Strips, Toothpaste or Mouthwash Buy 1 toothpaste or mouthwash, get $2 catalina coupon; Buy 2+ toothpaste or mouthwash, get $4 catalina coupon; Buy 1 whitening kit or strips, get $8 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel Buy 2 Get $1 catalina coupon Between 5/20-6/16
- StarKist Albacore Tuna 5 oz cans Buy 4+ Get $1 catalina coupon Between 4/22-5/19
- 5/20 – 6/16 | Kraft Natural Sliced Cheese: Buy (2) = $1.00 OYNO; Buy (3) = $2.00 OYNO; Buy (4) = $3.00 OYNO
- Campbell’s 100% Natural Soup 5/20 to 6/16 Buy (2) = $1.00 OYNO; Buy (3) = $1.50 OYNO; Buy (4) = $2.00 OYNO”
Food 4 Less
- Francesca says: “hydro silk disposables are included as are the mens hydro 5″
- Ashley elaborates: “Food 4 Less has the Schick hydro silk razor, disposable pack, hydro five razor, disposable pack, and cartridges for $2.98 this week. If you use the $4/1 coupons on either the mens or womens disposables that makes it a $1.02 money maker per razor. The coupon says no cash back and Food 4 Less does not give cash back but they do give credit towards a basket purchase same as Jewel so make sure you pick up some filler items ” Note that the razors are limit two per transaction. Coupons are in the 4/21 and 5/12 SS.
- Francesca on Facebook says: “Went to Jewel for the Keebler deal and found peelies for free eggs when you buy 2 boxes !”
- Catalina info from Kevin: “Campbell’s 100% Natural Soup 5/20 to 6/16: Buy (2) = $1.00 OYNO; Buy (3) = $1.50 OYNO; Buy (4) = $2.00 OYNO”
- More Catalinas, also from Kevin:
- “DiGiorno Pizza (any 12″) Effective 04/22/2013 through 05/19/13: Buy 4+= $3.00 OYNO; buy 3 = $2.00 OYNO; Buy 2 = $1.00 OYNO
- Stouffer’s Single Serve or Stouffer’s French Bread Pizzas Effective Through 05/19/2013: Buy 3+ = $1.00 OYNO
- Ozarka Brand 100% Natural Spring Water .5 Liter 24 or 28 Packs Effective Through 05/18/2013: Buy 2 = $1.00 OYNO; Buy 3 = $3.00 OYNO; Buy 4+=$5.00 OYNO
- Dole Fruit Bowls, Gels, Parfaits or Crisps Effective Through 05/19/2013: Buy 4+= $0.75 ONYO
- Kraft Fresh Take Effective Through 07/06/2013: Buy 2 + = $2.00 OYNO
- General Mills Items Effective Through 05/29/2013: Buy 4+ = $2.00 OYNO. The Following Are Pictured: Betty Crocker Brownie Mix, Betty Crocker Cookie Mix Pouch, Betty Crocker Muffin Mix, Honey Nut Cheerios, Cheerios (Yellow Box), Green Giant Frozen Boxed Veggies, Green Giant Frozen Steamers, Green Giant Canned Veggies, Totino’s Party Pizza
- 5/20 – 6/16 | Kraft Natural Sliced Cheese: Buy (2) = $1.00 OYNO; Buy (3) = $2.00 OYNO; Buy (4) = $3.00 OYNO”
- A heads up from maggie: “Just an FYI: I checked out the Raging Waves deal, but the promotional value expires already on June 30th and they are not open Memorial Day weekend, which leaves a little over a month to use this (at least for this good value). Something to keep in mind.”
- She adds: “Oh, one more thing: you can only buy 2 max, so for a family of 4 you’ll have to buy through separate accounts.”
- On the organic and natural Catalina deal, jennyh wonders: “will this work for their organic baby food?”
- And Kari O. responds: “Yes! From what I’ve read it’s stock prices if you buy it.”
- From Paige: “35% off + free shipping on your first purchase at ThredUP.com Use code KPC35 Good through 6/30/13. New customers only. ”
- Maribel asks: “Has anyone found the Brita kids bottles at the Wood Dale Target? Or any where?”
- Kari O. answers: “I got one at the Gurnee Target. They were not located in the sports water bottle area, instead in the kitchen supplies with the regular water filter systems (brita and pur).”
- News from jen: “Wheaton Ultra was getting new freezer/fridges for the meat/packaged meat and fancy shelving for the bakery section. I think these will be great changes! Didn’t spot any clearance stuff though”
- A report from melissa: “I didn’t get overage on the razors. Both cashiers manually adjusted it down to $2.98″
- A price match idea from liz: “i pm the [Ultra Foods] razor and catridges had a 10 and 8 off q from fb and got overage”