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Reader Deals 1/21/15

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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.

Coke Rewards

  • Liz asks, “I received my 4 free 12packs from mycokes rewards today..does anyone know of a sale like buy 4 get 1 free or something to stretch it even further”

Coupons

  • Suzann reports, “The Tide with oxy coupon appears to be out again for $4.00 in the  upcoming PG insert  this weekend. Last time this was regional and Randall’s had the 105 loads for $7.99–so $3.99 for 105 loads.  I did this 8 times so I am  more than set for several years!!”

Jewel

  • From Christina on Facebook, “My Jewel isn’t listed as one of the stores having the special pricing but it always has it. I’m in Chicago, Clark/Howard.”

Office Depot

  • Seachicago found some deals, “all Christmas/Hanukkah-themed packages of paper were marked down to 25 cents at the one near my house (city south).  These are the (approx.) 50 page packs that you might use for a holiday newsletter, etc.  Some had foil designs and were quite nice; I got a couple packs that were “letterhead kits”: 10 sheets + 10 envelopes + 25 seals, all very festive! Also had some Crayola on the clearance rack.  Picked up a couple 7 oz. variety packs of Model Magic for $5.91/ea.”

Reader Requests

  • Rachel answers a request from Seachicago, ” you can also find the Cartwheel tips linked at the top of every weekly Target deals post.”
  • Darlene also answers a request, “Melissa — re: Merrillville Meijer and the Target Coupons: I’ve really never had any trouble at the Merrillville Meijer, aside from ignorance and a little attitude.  They’ve always taken the Target coupons.  Print a copy of coupon policy or have it available to read on your phone?Quite often I have to explain the stack, a coupla times I’ve had to go to customer service, and almost always, there is some eye-rolling and sighing done by cashiers at this store.   I have a couple of cashiers that I will not use there at all — coupons or not. I find it a general Merrillville attitude (Why I REFUSE to go into the Merrillville Walmart AT ALL!)  In defense of Merrillville, tho’, the Target by the mall cannot be beat for customer service..  hands down one of the best in the area.  Go figure! Do you have the option of heading to the Meijer on Indpls Blvd in Highland — I find for a large shopping trip, or if I’m going that way anyway, I much prefer that store to the Rt 30 one.”

Schnucks

  • Debbie found a Schnuck’s deal, “The Pillsbury Grand Biscuits at our Champaign Schnuck’s is $1.50.

Walgreens

  • Kitty sent this, “Wet n Wild is BOGO50% at Walgreens. I bought 6 nail polishes that were on sale for 99c. They rang up  99+49+99+49+99+49 ( $4.44). I used 4-$1 coupons (1/18 SS) and paid 44c + tax for 6 items. The coupons scanned ” beeplessly.””

Whole Foods

  • Peaches comments on Whole Foods Weekly Deals, “The Whole Foods in downtown Evanston does not carry the Alexia smart fries.  All they seem to carry now are the regular fries and the sweet potato fries.  They do not even carry the healthy Alexia sliced potatoes that they used to carry.  I think they are carrying the Earthbound farms frozen potatoes instead, which of course were I believe $4.99 Monday.”

Reader Deals 1/20/15

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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.

CVS

  • Julie sent this, “For the CVS Softsoap/Irish Spring/Speedstick/Colgate ECB deal, be careful, it seems like the limit is 2 total, but 1 per transaction.  I bought 4 Speed Stick deodorants using 2 BOGO coupons ($16 toward the deal before coupons), but it only tracked $12 toward the deal.”

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  • Pam sent some additions deals for Free With Coupons, “Meijer & Walmart – Wet N Wild Eye Shadow, Nail Polish, Mascara, Eye Brow Pencils, Lip Liners & makeup pencil sharpeners .98ea. Use $1/1 in 1/18/15SS = Free ;)  (Found new nail polish colors /new design)(Walgreens is currently BOGO 50%off)”
  • Catherine also sent some deals, “Wet N Wild eye pencils and eye shadow singles are 99¢ at KMART, so free with coupon there too. Also the Bic White -Out is 97¢ at WALMART, so free there with the Bic coupon.”

Gameworks

  • Shawna sent a warning on $17 All Day Gameworks Pass,”I bought this deal last month and wanted to warn everyone that the voucher works on the video games only. My kids love the games that give out tickets and those weren’t included.”

Jewel

  • Jane commented on Post Great Grains and Milk Deal, “I decided not to take a chance on Target (but they do have Cartwheels on Post cereals right now).  Went to Jewel and found some Post cereals on end cap for $1.25/box. The free milk coupon worked great and the OYNO catalina printed, too. Thanks!”

Kellogg Family Rewards

  • Pam sent a couple codes, “Kelloggs Family Reward Points… “QUIZWHIZ50POINTS”  worth 50 points ;) and  “4THELOVEOFCHEESE” worth 25 points”

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Reader Requests

  • Seachicago asks, “There was a great, comprehensive post on here a few months back about using Target Cartwheel.  I can’t find it, can someone help me locate it??!  I’m just now trying to use cartwheel (a little late to the game), and it’s really confusing to me, for some reason.  I could use the help!  TIA”

Reader Deals 1/16/15

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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.

Catalinas

  • Pookie sent a deal for Kroger and Food 4 Less, “Each has Colgate items which are normally $1 but often go on sale for $0.88 each. Theres currently a catalina promotion running for buy two get $2 Manufacturer ONYO. It is rolling and if you got the spanish colgate coupons recently you can use those on these items making it a nice MM. Awesome freebie to get for the local pantries, shelters, or dental clinics!!”
  • Pookie reports on Cheap Huggies at Jewel catalina, “It’s $10 wyb $30 any Huggies products its a national catalina working at all stores even Target” Update — I’m not aware that Target ever participates in OYNO Catalinas, and kate commented it didn’t work for her today.

Coupons

Heads Up

  • Elizabeth reports on the Suja Essentials Free after coupon and Ibotta, “My target rang up for 3.99. It was labeled suja essentials..looks like juice right next to them..says organic protein. So not only wrong price but when I got home ibotta states it doesn’t match so be careful which bottle you pick up”
  • Karen comments on Friday freebies for your cards — Nutella and Muller, “Food-4-Less in Oak Forest doesn’t have Muller Yogurt”
  • Kate says, “My Jewel in Naperville is still taking orders for pots and pans. So don’t throw out your stickers if you thought you missed it.”

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K-Mart

  • Pookie sent some deals,”Get 100% back on WOW! iPhone charging accessories found under the member exclusive tab. Depending which one, buy two totaling over $30, and use the $10 back in points for spending $30+ to make it a nice MM. Coupon code available only via mobile web for select accounts. You will not earn the points if you pay with points on this one because its a percentage based offer.”

Meijer

  • Pookie replies to Meijer deals of the week regarding a Suave deal, “There are other Suave $1.50/1 coupons found as TP (two varieties) so completely possible to find ways to use more than two $1.50/1 without using more than two identical ones.”
  • Valentina says, “I bought 3 DiGiorno pizzas at Berwyn Meijer today. Used one previously available printable B2G1 MQ and got $2.00 manufactured Catalina.”

Reader Requests

  • Nilo asks, “can someone answer my quick question re: walgreens points? if i buy 6 items all at once and you receive 4000 rapid reward points for buying 2, do i receive just 4000 or do i receive 12000 points? do i have to separate them like at cvs or can i do it all at once. i started couponing over 6 -7 years ago at walgreens but after 2 bad experiences, 1 actually being traumatic, i stopped shopping at walgreens. this will be the first time in almost 3 years that i will step foot into one of their stores.”
  • Feelgood replies, “Nilo, you should be receiving 12000 points if you buy the 6 items all at once. What I usually do in a case like this is to go on Walgreens online and add 6 items to my cart, then check how many points I will be getting. If it’s showing 12000 points, you’ll probably get the same buying at the store. Just be sure you’re not paying with a W card, a merchandise refund card, or with points.”
  • Mimi asks, “What is going on with MY COKE REWARDS? They sent an email announcing a new “beta” my coke rewards. If I’m reading it correctly, you can not redeem your points any more unless you “unlock” some status things including tweeting and face booking ( which I do not have either one). So does this mean if you do not participate in facebook or twitter that you can no longer use all of your accumulated points for rewards? It doesn’t seem fair. Do you know what is going on?”

Target

  • Maureen found some deals, “There are Target printable coupons for $4 off Men’s apparel & accessories purchase of $20 or more and $3 off Kids’ apparel purchase of $15 or more, too, to pair with the clearance prices and 20% Cartwheel (which I of course found AFTER I got home).”

Walmart

  • Raegan found some clearance deals, “I just came from Walmart, where some of the toys are on clearance. The big doc McStuffins exam table was marked down to $30!”

Reader Deals 1/14/15

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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.

Aldi

  • Christine sent this on the Aldi deals of the week, “I found a Sistema soup mug at Aldi for $3.99.  It is on Amazon for $8.13. Great reviews.  I have been looking for a soup mug that does not leak.”

Coupons

  • Valentina comments on the post So Delicious coupon reset, “I redeemed both the coupon and $1.00 back Ibotta offer. Ibotta offer reset for me, so I got one more yogurt.”

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  • Tracy comments on Free Simple Federal Tax Filing, “If you get the h&r block cd on the mail, once you start installing it, but before you enter credit card info, “x” out and you will get an offer for $5 off.”

Fresh Thyme

  • Refarding Top Ten Deals at Fresh Thyme, Andi reports, “Fresh Thymes grass-fed beef – please note this is previously frozen! My mother was told this by the woman at the butcher counter when she purchased using a rain check. Neither she or I recall any notification of the sort. It comes to the store frozen and sold in the fresh counter in the standard packaging with foam tray and plastic wrap. Some may be okay with re-freezing beef, others may not. If the latter, you may wish to purchase only if planning to consume by the package date, or if cooking then freezing the cooked beef….”

Heads Up

  • Charlotte reports, “Sadly, the Dr Pepper 12 pack was a misprint according to the Downer’s Grove Ultra.”

Jewel

  • John comments on the Jewel deals of the week, “The $1.50 off 2 7-up 2 liters and Pringles coupon  has reset. Buy 2 7up 10 varieties (.79 each) and it’s like getting the pringles ($1.50) for free at Jewel.”
  • Mandi says, “I saw the glade wax melts warmer for 6.99 at Jewel. There is still a buy one warmer get free wax melts coupon on coupons.com. Also, Ibotta has $1 for the wax melts and $3 for the wax warmer, plus an extra $2 when you buy both. Works out to 1.99 for both :). There is also a $2/3 glade on checkout 51.”

Mariano’s

  • SoapboxTray sent some deals for double coupon Wednesday, “So Delicious yogurt cups are at Mariano’s for 3/$3.98 I believe. Regular price 1.99. I bought 2 and used IP for $1. off and got them for free. They also carry So Delicious half and half at 2.99 for 99¢ I may try that next Wednesday. The yogurt is super yummy (vanilla).Starkist Tuna is $1.00 (looked to be the every day price at Lake Zurich) I bought 2 and used the $1. off 2 IP and both were free. Philadelphia Cream Cheese is $1.50, I used the 50¢ off IP and got it for 50¢.I also noticed they carry the Beyond Meat items if that free coupon comes up, I just noticed mine expired.I usually get their organic Roundy brand milk for $4.99 and my produce to hit the $25. “

Meijer

  • Tricia reports, “The Meijer on 59 in Plainfield has a lot of great clearance, but hidden surprises in the boys department! If you see the price on the orange clearance sticker, it’s most likely not the right price. They are way LOWER than advertised, so make sure you price scan them all! Winter coats (good to hold on to til next year) are $9 and I got zip up sweater jackets for $4, long sleeve shirts for $3 and sweats for $2.50. They had nice fils jackets and jeans and alot of other good stuff! (I think this may be true in the girls department as well!)”
  • Janet adds, “I bought six pairs of gloves , three winter coats and a snowsuit (mixed sizes) for a total under $40 at Meiers. Clearance clothes have an additional 25 percent off.”

Reader Requests

  • Renee responds to a previous request, “Grizzly Jack’s Codes: (end January 31st) STAY (3) THREE NIGHTS: RECEIVE $75 OFF YOUR STAY &(3) EXTRA $30 ADVENTURE CARDS PER ROOM Enter Promo Code: Save 75. STAY (2) TWO NIGHTS: RECEIVE $50 OFF YOUR STAY &(2) EXTRA $30 ADVENTURE CARDS PER ROOM.Enter Promo Code: Save 50. STAY (1) ONE NIGHT:RECEIVE (1) EXTRA $30 ADVENTURE CARD PER ROOM Enter Promo Code: Save 1″
  • Mindy comments on a comment from yesterday, “My hairdresser told me that loreal is the same as whatever high end brand they use in her salon… good to know about Sally Hansen and opi!”
  • Connies adds to the thread, “@seachicago, elf is the same as a lot of MAC and MakeupForEver products too. And the Real Techniques Miracle sponge that’s $5 at Walgreens is made of the same stuff as the Beauty Blender at Sephora that’s $16. Another funny thing that really shows how much we pay in marketing rather than different product. Degree dry spray deodorant and Dove dry spray deodorant came out at the same time. The Dove is $6 a can. The Degree is $4 a can. The only difference? The Degree is marketed toward men rather than women. Sheesh!”

Target

  • From SoapboxTray, “Target (April and Harry): Mundelein Super Target if you have 5 coupons that are the same the register automatically doesn’t use the 5th or more. When this first was implemented I didn’t know and asked why at CS and they said the policy is 4 identical and the register will discard the identical ones past 4. You can mix and match with this deal and with adding in Ragu or Old El Paso items to get your 2 more items or use the $1./3 and get 11 pasta.”

The Children’s Place

  • Tracy says, “The Childrens Place in Old Orchard is also closing, but there are a ton of deals on the Childrens Place website now that  clearance is an additional 40% off.

Thornton’s

  • Elizabeth sent this deal for Thornton Rewards members, “Check your email: Flash Fuel Thursday @ Thorntons: SAVE 10 CENTS per gallon on 1/15. Also, Try Snickers Xtreme or Crispy M&M’s free when you buy any king size Snickers or M&M’s”

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Reader Deals 1/12/15

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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.

Aldi

  • Susan says, “Aldi on Rte 53 in Lisle has their Little Salad Bar Guacamole (it’s 2-8 oz pouches) in the refrigerated section Clearance Price $0.49. The use/freeze by date is Jan 13. I bought 16 at 1 p.m. but their were plenty left. Forgot to say regular price is $2.49″

CVS

  • Jeanine sent this on the $.55/1 Kraft grated Parmesan, ” If you’re still holding on to your rain check from cvs (Black Friday week) this would work out to 44 cent Parmesan”

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  • Swimpg commented on Free simple federal tax filing option, “Free State & Federal if filing for individuals or families with a combined household income of $60,000 or less in 2014. Cannot start filing until January 16th. I used this site last year and the whole process went smoothly.

Kellogg’s Rewards

  • Amy says, “Not sure if this was mentioned before, but Kelloggs changed their coupons through their rewards program. There are now $1 off coupons to redeem for 850 points, instead of the $1.50 or $.75 off ones. Went to print some coupons to use at Ultra, now it will be an even better deal! If this was mentioned before, just a reminder i guess since I missed it!”

Mariano’s

  • Liz says, “i dont shop at marianos much but didnt want to drive all over today so decided to go there and not use any coupons to save time.  SMH..They had noosa yougurt for 1.50..now everywhere else sells it for 2.00 on sale up to 2.49 so this is a great price!!  use shopmium and they have an offer for 1.00 off 1 and 40% off 3.  If you have never tried it, its so good!  and worth the extra expense.”

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Online shopping

  • Outlander comments on Organic coconut milk $1.75 or less a can shipped, “I just got those in this months order, but I ordered another one for the next month too. It is a great deal.”
  • And Kari has this comment on Organic raw Chia seeds $8.64 a pound — or less!, “I ordered this last month for $7 after coupon and 15% s&s, but it arrived really beat up and with a hole. It was small, less than half inch, but those darn tiny seeds were EVERYWHERE. I contacted Amazon to ask for another bag and instead they refunded me. Now I’m scared to try them in the future. Some snowy moisture caused the seeds to sprout….. Yuck.”

Reader Deals

  • More on gardening from Pam, “Both my husband and myself do veggies (him) & flowers (me) by seed every year.  We purchased the plastic trays from green house megastore on-line a few years ago & are still reusing the little cells, trays & covers.  Seeds we get from burpee, park seed for flowers and my hubby gets his heirloom veggie seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom seeds.  We typically start our seeds in February & March depending on the plant and works great!  My hubby has a small aquaponics set-up in the basement right now and we’ve been eating fresh organic lettuce for weeks now and are just getting green beans now too!”
  • Peaches adds,”If you want to know how to make your own seed starting mix, I would suggest that you visit the gardenweb forum.  They have a soil, compost and mulch forum that gives you directions on how to make your own mix.  They also have lots of other gardening forums over there that are worth visiting such as a tomato forum, organic gardening, vegetables and square foot gardening.  I visit the board myself when I want a question answered.  They are very helpful over there.  Here is a link to their soil forum.
  • Yvette asks, “Does anyone know if any stores have any good clearance sales on women’s winter coats? Kohls? Burlington Coat Factory?”

Sam’s Club

  • Sam’s Club in Gurnee is clearancing out their Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin 3 packs for $1.91! These are the large cans, but not monsterously huge ones. Grrreat price and to make it better the top cans were marked Best By March 2015, but the others February 2017!

Staples

  • Mandy sent this on Free shredding and $.01 paper at Staples, “Has anyone used their shredding?  Can you watch them shred, or do they ask you to trust them and just drop it off, or do you shred it yourself?

Target

  • Elizabeth on Facebook found $5/$25 select perishables
  • Raegan posted this deal on facebook, “I believe this chair is normally $25 at Target, right now it’s on sale for $19, and my cartwheel offered 20% off.”

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Heads up: All the good things about OfficeMax Rewards are gone

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I know a lot of you used to roll the OfficeMax rewards back in the day — so since today is the first time they have had 100% bonus rewards since the Office Depot/OfficeMax merger, here’s the disappointing update. (And thanks to feelgood for ferreting out the details here.) Basically, they have merged the once-better OfficeMax rewards program into the worse Office Depot rewards program. You can read the whole rewards integration FAQ here, but here’s what’s important to know:

Office Depot | OfficeMax rewards do not roll

Here’s what they have to say about this:

Can I use my rewards certificates with coupons?

Yes. We accept valid coupons when you make a purchase with your rewards certificates. Purchases made with Office Depot® OfficeMax® Rewards and Merchandise Cards/Certificates do not qualify for rewards. [emphasis mine]

Rewards only accrue for every 1000 points

Think of this one like the pots and pans stamp collecting promos at Jewel, where if you are at $9.99 you don’t get the stamp for a $10 purchase.

Office Depot® OfficeMax® Rewards: Rewards are earned on the price paid for a qualifying item before tax and after deducting all discounts and the value of any Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards, MaxPerks, or Office Depot Merchandise Cards/Certificates applied to purchase. No rewards are earned on delivery fees. Rewards are issued as points. Rewards are paid monthly as a rewards certificate for every 1,000 points earned. Rewards certificates are redeemable for future purchases at Office Depot and OfficeMax stores. Unpaid rewards expire at the end of each quarter. Limit 1 account per household/business.

Each 1000 in points gets you a $10 rewards certificate, under 1000 you get nothing.

Rewards short of 1000 points do not carry over

You forfeit any rewards short of 1000 points at the end of each quarter.

Rewards are issued as points. Point balances less than 1,000 carry over from month to month through the end of the calendar quarter. Balances of less than 1,000 points expire at the end of each quarter. For example, if at the end of the quarter you have 2,800 points, you will receive a $20 rewards certificate for your 2,000 points and the remaining 800 points will expire.

If you were enrolled in both Office Depot and OfficeMax rewards, you need to call them

You need to make sure your rewards were merged and will be counted correctly under one membership going forward:

What happens if I was a member in both Office Depot Rewards and MaxPerks program?

You will need to call 866.562.3872 to ensure your memberships are merged and your rewards are be accounted for correctly under one membership.

Recycling ink cartridges only gets you points with additional purchase

You get 200 points for each ink or toner cartridge that you recycle, up to 10 cartridges per month, when you make a $10 qualifying purchase the same month. You can recycle additional cartridges, but rewards will only be issued on 10.

Reader Deals 12/27/14

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

  • 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.

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Christmas Clearance Deals

Lots of people are sharing their Christmas clearance finds at various stores — see the deals and add your own comments at the link above.

  • Karalyn wrote: “At Target, I found these deals in Schaumburg. Starbucks Peppermint Mocha Via 5 pack on sale for $5.49. After the 20% off Cartwheel and $1 off coupon from the Tribune, I paid $3.38. The Cartwheel offer expires tomorrow. Spectrum Coconut Cooking Spray was originally $4.99. After the 20% off Cartwheel and $2 off coupon (from Spectrum ‘ s website), I paid just $1.99. Men’s Deodorant gift sets (Axe varieties) were on clearance for $8.48. After the $1 off 1 coupon from the Tribune and the $5 gift card for 2, each come out to be less than $6 each. They normally cost over $10. Happy bargain hunting!”
  • From Sara, “I found wrapping paper and bag of bows for $.62 at Ultra today. Sign said 50 percent off but rang up even lower.”
  • Shandelle sent these deals, “I’m down on the north side of Indianapolis for Christmas and found bottles of Oregon chai latte at Kroger for $2.69 on sale (thru I think 1/5?). If you still have any of the $2.50 printables from months ago, you can get $.19 chai. I picked up 6 bottles tonight. This is cheaper than Walmart, which I think is $3.29 regular price. And this chai is awesome. They had about 5 different varieties to choose from (more than WM), including a sugar free which is calorie free and you could sweeten it with your product of choice. :)
  • Sara reports, “Michael’s has select stocking stuffers ringing up at $.15. It’s not marked so be sure to scan them. I was able to get all of this for under $5.”

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Jewel

  • Peaches reports on What $600 in Jewel shopping gets you ;) , “I did not even bother to save stamps, because I knew I would not be able to collect enough for one pan.  When I was at the Jewel on Green Bay in Evanston today though, I noticed that all the pans were  still available.  BTW- I noticed that all the bags of fresh cranberries at that Jewel were marked down to $.49 a bag, and all of their large tins of popcorn were marked down to $1.99″

Kellogg Family Rewards

  • Maria sent this, “From the Kellogg’s Family Rewards Facebook page, enter GOODTIDINGSTOYOU for 25 points.  Expires 1/5//15

Kohl’s

  • Sara reports, “10 off Rock & Republic jeans at Kohl’s worked on clearance jean shorts/capris. I bought 10 pairs ranging from $5 -$10 and got all for free!!! Subtotal was $0.00 so also no tax. I was so surprised!!”

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  • Use the $10 off Rock n Republic coupon  or use online with code ROCK10 . Online you can stack with 20% off code HOLIDAY20 and $10/$30 code HAPPY2015, with automatic free shipping at $50.
  • Sara adds, “They also had clearance jeans marked at $17.30 so only $7.30 after coupon which is great for $80 jeans.”

Meijer

  • Kitty says, “Driscoll blackberries were $1 today Saturday at Niles Meijer so free with coupon. “

Reader Requests

  • priscilla has a question the Two pairs compression socks $6.99 shipped, “All but large/xl in black are sold out would have loved to get this deal anyone else know where to get a good deal on these? Thank you, priscilla”
  • Julie wrote: “I paid 14.95 at Target today in Tinley Park (for Elf on the Shelf.)
  • Shirley has a question, “I have questions about the Staples ink recycling program. All I know is there is a requirement of ink cartridges purchase of $30 or more and you get rewards for recycling the ink cartridges. Do they both need to be done in the same month? If not, how many days or months do I have to recycle my ink cartridges?”
  • Maria and Melissa answer Shirley, “Each Member is eligible to receive Ink Recycling Rewards (“Recycling Rewards”) on ink recycling, as defined below, performed at Staples staples.com/rewards, if the Member has spent at least $30 in ink and/or toner purchases at Staples over the previous 180 days. Ink and/or toner purchases made on the date of recycling are calculated toward minimum purchase requirement. Minimum purchase requirement is net of coupons, taxes, and shipping charges. Ink resellers and remanufacturers are strictly prohibited from earning Ink Recycling Rewards. Each Member can recycle up to 10 cartridges per month of any used ink or toner cartridge sold at any retail store in the U.S. and receive $2 back in Recycling Rewards per cartridge. The Member must be physically present at the store when the cartridges are turned in for recycling and a Membership account is identified. Staples will accept additional cartridges for recycling but Recycling Rewards will only be issued for the first 10 qualifying cartridges per calendar month per Member. Recycling Rewards may be used for the same purposes and are under the same restrictions as Rewards.”

Reader Deals 12/23/14

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

  • 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.

Amazon

  • Jen comments on the Dirt Devil vacuum deal, “I own this little Dirt Devil and love it.  I leave it plugged in in my kitchen for crumbs and food my little kids drop on the floor.  It’s so handy.  It frequently amazes me what it will suck up.  Full sized cheerios, dried up playdoh, ect.  I’ve used mine daily for 4 years and it is still going strong.

Coke Rewards

  • Cari on facebook comments that My Coke Rewards is giving double rewards on low calorie drinks. 12/22 thru 12/26.