Reader deals 11/21/14

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

If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Activities

Amazon

Apps

  • Shandelle says: “Regarding the Other option in Jingit, I just submitted 2 receipts from Aldi that way last night and was awarded $1.25 in credits for grocery essentials items! :)”
  • She adds: “Click on Grocery Essentials and Reserve your items. Then from the menu go to Shopping List and click the button to submit a receipt. it should pop up a list of stores and now there is one for Other as well as Jewel being added, too.”

Dollar Tree

  • Jane says: “I loaded the PDF [of the 10% off coupon for Sunday] to see and you have to print both sides of coupon. On the ‘back’ it states cannot be used in conjunction with any other voucher or discount. I’d bet they would consider that a coupon when we all know a manuf. coupon is a form of payment. I may pass on the struggle….though if they still have papers on Sunday, you’d get them for 90c each!?”

Gift cards

In-store deals

  • Sarah in Hot Deals says: “Bed Bath and Beyond has [this Atari Flashback Classic Console] for 39.99 with the $5 off coupon on back”
  • Caroline adds: “What’s old is new again. My DH saw it at Sam’s yesterday for the same price.”
  • And tracy saw it as well: “They have the same thing at bed bath and beyond, for the same price, but you can use a 20% off coupon. Sega too.”

Loyalty programs

  • From Jean: “Kellogg’s Rewards just gave me 100 bonus points for every code I entered today. I’m not sure why or how long it will last, but hopefully this will work for everyone.”
  • Pam adds: “Yes, even better for Nutrigrain products— the BONUS points are stacking! Normally you get 80 points for Nutrigrain, but there is a promotion giving you an extra 100 which ends 11/23. Today started an additional promotion, giving you 100 bonus points for ANY product, I think it goes thru 11/30. So for double bonus points on the Nutrigrain, enter them now through 11/23! So, for Nutrigrain products you are getting 280 points for each. For Special K bars, etc you are getting 180.”

Meijer

  • Pam reports: “I bought these [Carnation Breakfast Essentials] with the coupon at Meijer today. These are on sale for $4.99. I bought 2 and got a $1 OYNO Meijer STORE catalina.”
  • Sarah noticed: “Raspberries are on sale for $1 at the Rolling Meadows Meijer. They were Driscoll so use your survey coupons for free/cheap berries!” Berwyn too! I picked up a bunch today and they looked great!
  • Kitty found the same: ” The Niles Meijer had Driscolls Raspberries for $1 today, Thursday 11-20; free with a $1 survey coupon.”

Online deals

  • From savinlikeu) on GearXS: “I entered freeship14 under codes and got free shipping :)”
  • Lisa shares: “Just bought this [Keurig Elite] last week  at Kohls and really like it. I was a hold back as I was not a fan and preferred the pot as well. I bought the K45 Elite and it has the filter and 3 cup sizes. I was actually thinking of picking one up for my mom. Comes with a 12 pack of k cups. It is quick in the am when time is limited for me to get out of the house.”

Tablets

  • Kari O. warns: “I have the Office suite [like what comes with this tablet] on my iPad and the thing I find most unappealing is nothing saves to the tablet. Instead it connects to your SkyDrive account and downloads your file everytime you want to open it. Not a big deal of you have WIFI all the time, I however do not, so it’s a huge inconvenience that nobody warned me about,”

Target

  • A GE LED bulb report from feelgood: “Went the Lemont Target tonight. No signage for the $5 gift card, but one did pop out after the second bulb scanned at the register.”
  • Sara comments: “Looked it up on their store finder, this [Celeste pizza that is free with SavingStar this weekend] is sold at target so could be used on the Buy $50, get $10 food and beverage deal, through Sat.”
  • She also shares: “There’s a bunch of new Glade offers on Ibotta, some will work nicely with the Target gift card deal (Buy 5 Winter items, get a $5 gift card). $1.25 for 2 jar candles $1.25 for 2 Wax melt refills $1 for 1 PlugIns scented oil refill $1 for Premium Room Spray $1.50 for 1 ct PlugIns Warmer $3 for 1 Wax Melt Warmer $1.50 for 1 Automatic Spray Refill Looks like they all expire 11/27″
  • Something jess noticed: “Target has [kids’] fleece lined tights. I think they were $6.99″
  • Martha posts on Facebook: “I found this at the Bolingbrook Target. The Caesar variety [of Snapea crisps] are marked down to $.87 each. Paired it with a $.50 off printable coupon and made for some cheap cheap snacks for the kids lunches. Also, if you do shopmium, there is an additional 30% rebate on these. The downside of this was that the expiration date on the Cesar are only on November 27. I guess they had a bunch of them in the warehouse that they needed to unload quickly.”

Television

  • Sara shares: “Channel Master has a couple of offers for their DVR and Antennas for the Holiday weekend: $175 DVR+ 16 GB model, requires external USB hard drive, not included, limit 3 per customer Offer is good on both Black Friday (Nov 28) and Cyber Monday (Dec 1) from 8 AM – 1 PM CT – HDMI output only – No subscription required – 14 day program guide – This works only with a TV antenna, not cable – Has a dual tuner – Streaming services (Vudu and Pandora) – Compatible with Slingbox 500 (If you get the DVR, check Amazon for a cheaper price for the hard drive or any other accessories.) All day Sat and Sun 25% off All Antennas, free shipping, limit 3 per customer”
  • She adds: “Yep, it has a 14 day guide. Also, noticed it streams YouTube. It was released last December and this is the lowest price I’ve seen.”
  • She also clarifies: “[dual tuner] means it can tune into 2 different channels at the same time. This allows you to record a show and watch a different show at the same time.”

Ultra Foods

  • Valentina S. shares: “I spotted 16 ct. Lipton black tea bags $1.69/box regular price at Downers Grove Ultra. Used $3/2 coupon. Those boxes are great items to fill up the basket to $20 and use Ultra Foods store coupons that I received in the mail in October and November. This week’s coupons are $1 off any meat, $1 off any produce, $1 off any bakery, and $1 off any milk purchase. One $20.00 purchase qualifies a customer to use all four coupons for the week. Mrs. Cubbinson’s croutons will be my fillers too this week!”

Walgreens

  • Christina M. comments: “There is a Robitussin Medi Soother coupon in the 11/2RP to make that a money-maker [for the Black Friday ad].”

Walmart

  • A tip from Stephanie: “Check your local Walmart for Skylanders. I went to Palatine & although the shelf had no indication of a sale, it range up $37.”
  • And on the Lego Friends Olivia’s House, Gina says: ‘It was showing as sold out, but when I went to the store, they had over 8 boxes and they automatically rang up as $39. So check your stores.”

Reader deals 11/20/14

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

If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Apps

  • From nilo: “Just an update jingit now has jewel and the option for other. I have tried using other but with jewel receipts, it was not showing up in their list to choose, and they were processed.Also, jingit has a “thanksgiving” icon and it has rebates for butterball turkey, ocean spray cranberries, potatoes, green beans & corn, stuffing & more…I thought i’d post since jingit is not an app I read about that often.”

Dollar Tree

Donations

In-store deals

  • A tip from Outlander: “sign up for Payless texts. You’ll always get discount codes. This is the latest one: PAYLESS: $10 off any $25 in-store purchase + up to 50% off Boots- Final Weekend! Use 251451957 or view here (Exp.11/23/14) Reply HELP=help”
  • From susie: “i just received an email from carson’s for $50 off $100 purchase or $25 off $50 purchase. In the fine print it says all purchases count towards the $100 but $50 of that purchase must be regular or sale( and this includes their other clearance thats not yellow or black dot). It might make for some good sales”

Kroger

  • Suzann shares: “Kroger is running a deal on gift cards this week–get 4 times the value in fuel points. I get Amazon cards– just moving money from one pocket to the other.”

Mariano’s

  • SoapboxTray reports: “I was at the Vernon Hills Mariano’s yesterday and they have 18 oz. Quaker 1 minute or regular oatmeal canisters for $2. Print the $1. off from the Target site (man. Q) and get for $1. or FREE on Double Daze.”

Meijer

  • Something to look for from feelgood: “For the Kraft chunk cheese deal, check your local Centrella ad to see if you have a Kraft $3.00/6 manufacturer coupon. Found one in my Chipains ad. Buy 6 chunk cheese for $12, use one $3.00/6 coupon. Pay $9.00 and get a $4.00 catalina, for a net cost of $5.00, or $0.83 each.”

Reader requests

  • From Ann in Hot Deals: “Has anyone seen any great deals for Lego Batman 3 for XBOX360? I have a little guy who has this game at the top of his list. Thanks.”

Target

  • J. Alan says: “No signage or GC at target in Broadview two days ago but the [GE LED bulbs] deal was working at the Hillside location.” Yep!
  • Pam adds: “I *accidentally bought both a 60W and a 40W (meant to buy both 60W but somehow inadvertently grabbed a 40w). I DID still get the GC.” Good to know!

Ultra Foods

Reader deals 11/19/14

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

If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Amazon

  • Outlander on silicone baking mats: “I don’t know the brand (I have a bunch different ones). But the one I use the most is from Carsons. I bought it when they had that $10/$10 Q in the paper before. The mat is reg. price $32 (crazy!), but it was on sale 50% off, and then $10 off, so only $6 which is a good price. I don’t know why you wouldn’t be able to cut them though. It’s not like there’s something inside.” Then she found: “Here read this. It says to cut to size.”
  • But mama warns: “The Artisan brand has fiberglass. Some do not. I would check the label very carefully before cutting!”

Groupon

  • On the gift card deal, Diane points out: “Groupon bucks will expire 14 days from issuance.”
  • And Anne says: “Just a hint – the Toys R Us one is sold out, but the Babies R Us card states it’s good at both stores!”

Local markets

  • John W. shares: “Best price I’ve seen on fresh boneless skinless chicken breasts: 99 cents a pound at HarvesTime Foods, 2632 W. Lawrence in Chicago, near Lincoln Square. Limit 5 lbs (I got one today, they come in value packs, mostly just over 4 pounds). (See the full ad here: www.harvestimefoods.com/).”
  • He adds: “Is there a chicken surplus? Jerry’s Fruit and Garden, 7901 N Milwaukee Ave, Niles, has the same 99 cent/lb deal, no limit listed, Nov 20-26, www.jerrysfruitandgarden.com/.”

Macy’s

  • From susie: “i bought 2 of these coats today at macy’s.  they are also that price in-store if you want to avoid the shipping charges.  both my girls needed new ones so it was nice timing  :)  Almost every shopper in the store had at least one of these coats in their hands if not more.”

Meijer

  • From jolynn: “Valli ad that came in my Herald has a store coupon $1 off 2 Kraft cheese. Anyone know if Rolling Meadows will take Valli store coupon?”

Peapod

  • A reminder from Sara: “Savingstar works with Peapod, you just need to enter your grocery card on your savingstar account. To find your card number, just go to Peapod.com, login, click on ‘My account’, then under Special Programs, click on ‘Upromise’, and you will find your number. Then, just log into your savingstar account, and add your Peapod store card number.”

Online deals

  • On the cast iron dutch oven, Janelle also comments: “I told my husband that for that price…he could buy me one in every color. I had originally had a Le Crueset dutch oven on my Christmas List until I looked at the prices of them. Then when I found these at Sam’s and looked at their reviews…I was so excited I bought the red one. They also have skillets with lids as well.”
  • Leslie likes the dutch oven as well: “I have one of these and love it.”
  • A 6pm tip from Kate in Hot Deals: “If you follow them on Instagram, they give 10% off every Sunday. And, for this week, they have been giving out 10% codes every day!”

Reader requests

  • Deanna posts in Hot Deals: “I need men’s size for my son, and is been difficult. Anyone know if heading to Payless is worth the trip?”

Target

  • A report from Eun: “Deal didn’t work for me at the Target in Evanston. 60W LED was $7.99, but did not prompt the $5 gc nor was there signage to back me up. I had the store call the Mid North location (on Addison) and it was the same there.”
  • Jane says: “I just bought the LED bulbs from Target today and am already loving them! They are actually cooler and brighter than the curly CFL’s I replaced. They are also using less electricity and ‘should’ last even longer. Too new to comment on that but I am happy to snag them on this awesome deal!”
  • Melanie sends over: “I made a short trip to Target (Romeoville) today and noticed a coupon booklet next to the register.  I asked the cashier what it was and she had to ask the manager.  Manager told her it was ok to give out.  Anyway, all coupons expire 12/6/14.  I have attached a pic of the booklet (approx. 3″x4″).  Coupons are as follows:
    • $1 off two Archer Farms or Market Pantry frozen vegetables or grains
    • $1 off Archer Farms cook-in-bag turkey or fully cooked spiral-sliced ham
    • .50 off 11 oz. Archer Farms deli dip
    • 10% off 12 ct. Market Pantry fresh bakery dinner rolls
    • .50 off with purchase of three Betty Crocker potato side dish boxes or pouches
    • $1 off with purchase of three Green Giant frozen vegetables
    • .40 off 16 oz. Karo syrup
    • Free 16 to 19.2 oz. Snyder’s pretzels with purchase of both 16 oz. Diamond of California walnuts or pecans AND12 oz. Rolos candy
    • .50 off 23 to 48 oz. Mott’s applesauce jar
    • $1 off 40 or 80 ct. Pure via sweetener
    • .50 off 10 to 12 oz. Archer Farms packaged coffee
    • 10% off Market Pantry  4 to 8 oz. instant potatoes or 6 oz. stuffing mix or 8 to 15 oz. bread crumbs or 10.5 oz. ready-to-serve gravy
    • $2 off GE light bulb pack
    • $1 off $3 of higher up & up item

There a few recipes scattered throughout the booklet as well.”
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Ultra Foods

  • Jennifer found: “There is a $10.00 off $100.00 coupon in the food section pg. 2 of the tribune today.”

Ultra Foods deals week of 11/19/14 – 11/27/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 11/19/14 – 11/27/14. Note that this week’s ad runs through Thanksgiving!

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, which is good at Lombard, Wheaton, Downers Grove, and Prospect Heights. Note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alcohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days, but limits to 12 like coupons per trip.

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

Top deals

norbest

  • Frozen Norbest turkeys, $.38/lb limit one with additional $25 purchase.
  • 14 oz Spectrum Naturals organic coconut oil, $4.88. Use the $2.00/1 printable coupon here and get it for $2.88.
  • 8 lb Russet potatoes, $.88.
  • Sweet potatoes, $.28/lb.
  • Broccoli, $.79/lb.
  • Birds Eye select veggies, $.68 limit three.
  • Pepsi, Mountain Dew 12 packs, 4/$8.88 must buy four limit one offer. If Sierra Mist is tagged, use $1.00/1 in the 10/12 SS.
  • Buddig premium lunch meat, $2.00. Use $.75/1 in the 11/2 SS or print $1.00/1 here (ZIP 01234) to get these as low as just $1.00 each.
  • 24-36 ct Bayer aspirin, $1.88. Use $1.00/1 in the 10/12 RP and get it for $.88.
  • Bic disposable 3 blade razors, 4 ct Silky Touch women, comfort men’s, sensitive, $2.88. Use exp. $2.00/1 in the 10/19 SS or print $2.00/1 here and get them for just $.88.
  • Sierra Mist, Schweppes Ginger Ale 2 liters, $.79.  Use $.25/1 Sierra Mist in the 10/12 SS.
  • Fri-Sun only: Dutch Farms 18 ct large eggs, $1.48.
  • Top Pillsbury instant savings deals (must buy six mix/match items for this price):
    • Pillsbury all-ready pie crust, $1.38. $.50/2 in the 11/16 SS, 11/9 SS, 11/2 SS. Print $.50/1 here. As low as $.88 after instant + coupon.
    • Pillsbury ready to bake cookies, $1.38. Print $1.00/2 here. As low as $.88 after instant + coupon.
    • Pillsbury dessert melts, $1.38. $.50/1 in the 9/14 SS. As low as $.88 after instant + coupon.
    • Pillsbury grands biscuits, $.88. Print $.40/3 here. $.30/2 11/16 SS, 11/9 SS, 11/2 SS, 9/21 SS, 10/12 SS, 10/19 SS. Print $.40/1 here. As low as $.48 after instant + coupon.

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

Print for $1.00 smoked sausage at Ultra — Today only

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eckrich

Hey look what’s back — $1.00/1 Eckrich smoked sausage. I’m not sure if it is reset or just reappeared for those who didn’t print. Through today 11/18 at Ultra Foods, Eckrich is priced at just $2.00 — so $1.00 after coupon! It also goes as low as $2.00 at Pete’s Market fairly regularly.

The good, the bad, and the turkey shopping

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So I went to Ultra Foods in Lombard today armed with the Lombard Jewel ad, intending to price match their $.38/lb turkey. I think they got tired of people doing that, lol, since their Norbest frozen turkeys were marked $.38/lb with additional $25 purchase instead of the advertised $.48/lb! So that was easy. :)

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And I parked near this guy, which made me happy — is this not the cutest paint job for a car you’ve ever seen?

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I do not recommend shopping at Ultra Foods at lunch time near a holiday, because the lines are insane and people are cranky. If you do go today, however:

  • The Kangaroo pita chips rang up at $2.99 instead of the advertised $.98. When the manager scanned the key to correct the price, “Oh yeah, they’ve been doing that all day.” Um… by 1PM, fix it?
  • The snickerdoodle Enjoy Life cookies rang at $4.02 instead of the advertised $2.50. When the cashier went to void them out, they voided out… $2.50. Um… Riddle me that one, Bat Man. So after playing that game for a while, they finally just took off the difference as a store coupon.
  • I left my Old Orchard coupon on the printer, but that $.50 mistake is on me, not Ultra Foods. :)

So here’s what I got…

3 boxes Enjoy Life cookies, $7.50. Used three $1.00/1 printables.
5 Eckrich sausage, $10. Used five $1.00/1 printables.
Kangaroo pita chips, $.98.
Oasis hummus, $.98. Will get $.25 back from Shrink.
Home Run Inn pizza, $4.88.
Old Orchard apple juice, $.98.
2 liter Coke, $.88.
16 lb turkey, $6.07.

Paid $25.79, will get back $.25 for a net cost of $25.54. Meh, but that was a cheap turkey… and Junior High Guy needed a 2 liter of Coke for a school event tonight anyway, see. :)

Reader deals 11/13/14

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

If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Apps

  • Evelyn noticed: “Jingit now shows that it’s available for meijer, lowes and home depot!”
  • Krystle comments: “Jennie O Oven ready turkey reset for me, so $3.99 turkey breast at Jewel (after $1 MFG, and $5 checkout51). Just wish Ibotta reset as well :)”
  • Allison posts on Facebook: “Free Met-Rx Gummies at Walmart with Shopmium rebate. Limit 5″ Use code GMEFHHTP on signup to unlock a welcome offer for 100% back on a Lindt bar.

Amazon

Dollar General

  • A heads up from Jane: “Update on Libby’s deal: I read on another blog (couponaholic.net) that if you use a coupon on the 3/$1 price, it will not give you that sale price and adjusts it to a higher price. I feared this would happen since I have had many ongoing issues there so I decided to price match at Target or Walmart. My Target doesn’t carry Libby’s brand so I headed to Walmart where they do and are actually 50c each on sale. They did ask to see my ad to verify the brand and then I got 32 cans for 8.3c each after the deal! I also found another zip code to use to print another set of coupons (10001) With 2 computers, I was able to print 8 coupons. Happy husband putting his cans in the basement for his stockpile and noticed the dates on cans were 12-2017. Awesome deal!”

Fresh Thyme

  • Nancy M. shares: “Fresh Thyme had avocados 3 for $1″

Garden Fresh

  • Alice found: “Garden Fresh has 5ct or so bags (avocados) $1″

Groupon

  • Samantha shares: “I decided that the Timber Ridge was a really good deal…. Thank you for posting!! I’m staying a Sat. and Sun. night and it works out to $150 a night with all fees and taxes! I wanted to stay a Thursday night because on Friday mornings in Dec. they have a Thomas the Train show over at the Grand Geneva but couldn’t get to work with our schedules. I would suggest checking out the Holiday activities and makes it an even better deal in my opinion.”
  • Amanda posts in Hot Deals: “Going along with the tea theme I found this deal on groupon for only $10.” And today only use code SAVE for 10% off.

Home Depot

Meijer

  • Thoughts from feelgood on Campbell’s: “That’s an interesting question, Meijer VERY rarely has mPerks that stack like this one ($1.00 off every four). I plan to also bring the $1.00/5 printables and use self-serve checkout. After scanning four soups, I’ll see if the $1.00 mPerks comes off. If it does, I’ll scan four more and pay. If it doesn’t, I’ll scan just two more and use the $1.00/5 printable before paying.” I have noticed them more and more frequently. In my experience, they have come off of each item, just like they say they will :).

Online deals

  • DON likes the Finish Line college sweats: “These are great – we purchased and received 2 a few weeks ago and I am quite impressed with the quality”
  • An idea from Kate: “Feeling generous? My local homeless transitional center is always looking for all of these things to provide someone just moving into a permanent residence.”
  • Amy likes the Disney blankets: “I got these last year and they made great gifts for friends kiddos, such a good deal!” I agree. I got one for my kiddo two years ago and she still uses every night! I actually am considering getting a second for her to take to “school.”

Reader requests

  • Karen is wondering: “Does anyone recommend a tree farm in Chicago to cut down your own tree at reasonable prices?”
  • From Jesse in Hot Deals: “I would love to purchase a kitchenaid for christmas as a gift, but they’re always so expensive… I’m hoping there is or will be an amazing deal someone knows about? Thank you!!” An addition: “or maybe a similar mixer with another brand? I know I saw one Walmart has for $20 (Hamilton Beach) but it is a lot more simpler.”
  • Rosemary’s advice: “My opinion is that no other brand will compare to a Kitchenaid. But here’s something I learned: a couple of years ago my old mixer started leaking oil. Instead of paying to get it repaired, I ordered a new Kitchenaid from QVC because it seemed like a great deal. I could tell right away the quality was not up to par with the older one, so I called Kitchenaid. What I found out was that they make a line exclusively for QVC which is not of the same quality as what you can buy in the store. That’s why they’re cheaper. I sent it back.”
  • Jane asks: “This is even a better deal than the BOGO coupon we had last week to print for this sale. Please tell me Walgreens does not have a problem with the word Walmart on the coupon. I never know how they will be, anyone know the policy? Thanks.”

Strack & Van Til

  • From Sharon: “I went to Stracks in Crown Point tonight. I took the ad from Meijer (this past Sunday) and price matched the Butterball Turkey for .89 /lb. I believe the tagged price was 1.99 per pound. I also wanted to get a ham, I feed 40 people at Thanksgiving, lol. Ron, the manager, told me that I had to spend 25.00 in order to get one ham and one turkey for the discounted price. I bought the Butterball, .89/lb, used the 6.00 off Stracks Q, then stacked it with the Butterball and two items Q from 11/9 SS. The Betty Crocker potatoes are on sale (which is one of the items in the Butterball Q) for .99, I used the 50/2 in the 10/26SS, then also bought a few Pillbsbury Pie Crust 1.49 (when you buy6) and used the Q from………….urg, forgot which. I like the Pillsbury, it is much flakier that the Aldi brand, and for 1.25, sure thing! I stocked up. Long story short, they will let you stack the 6.00 off Stracks and the 3.00 Butterball! Yay! But, have the ad with you If you don’t have the Meijer ad, Wise Way has the ad for Butterball at .99/lb.”
  • She adds: “Follow up to the above: I still have one more ham and one more turkey to get, but I rec’d another ad for Stracks in the newspaper today…….meaning, I have one more 6.00 Q from Stracks! But now I have to buy 25.00 more to get that price………………Hills Bros Coffee at 5.99 with 1.00 off Q? I think so! I’ll stock up on that for the winter ;)”

Target

  • A Coffee-Mate report from focadima: “Bliss is included”

Thornton’s

  • Tori shares: “No Amazon [gift cards] in Plainfield, they said they don’t carry Amazon. But I did get Bass Pro Shop and Wendy’s. They also had Chili’s, Applebee’s, Burger King, Cabela’s, itunes, xbox, Cracker Barrel, and a few others.”

Ultra Foods

  • Mandy reports: “I was hoping the Kraft cheese catalina deal running until 11-30-14 at Meijer was also working at Ultra. NOT! So, if anyone else was wondering, I shopped at Ultra today and bought 5 Kraft cheese, and no CAT.”
  • From amy: “Found tear pads at Ultra in Wheaton. $2/2 Kraft Cheese or Dairy Products. I was able to get the Kraft shredded and chunk cheese for $.88 when I bought 6 of them. Coupons expire 11/30.” Be careful, I found some similar coupons at Caputo’s but they were for produce wyb Kraft products.

Ultra Foods deals week of 11/12/14 – 11/18/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 11/12/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, which is good at Lombard, Wheaton, Downers Grove, and Prospect Heights. Note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alcohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days, but limits to 12 like coupons per trip.

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

Top deals

  • Norbest frozen turkeys, $.48/lb limit one with additional $25 purchase. Through 11/27 Ultra is also price matching fresh or frozen turkey prices of local competitors, subject to limitations in competitor ad, with proof. They will match advertised per pound prices, but not $$ off prices.
  • 12 ct Aunt Millie’s brown n serve rolls, $1.18. Print $.35/1 dinner rolls on their site.
  • 64 oz Old Orchard original or kids apple juice, $.98. Print $.50/1 on their site and get it for just $.48!
  • Eckrich smoked sausage, $2.00. Print $1.00/1 on Facebook and it’s just $1.00!
  • Broccoli, $.88/lb.
  • Ocean Spray cranberries, $2.00. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Cool Whip, $.79 limit 2.
  • Enjoy Life gluten free cookies, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here to get them for $1.50.
  • Dole 20 oz pineapple, 15.25 oz tropical fruit, 15 oz Mandarin oranges, $.98 each limit 4 total. Print $.40/1 oranges or tropical.
  • Barilla pasta, $.78 limit four. $1.00 off pasta AND sauce 11/9 SS or printable here. Exp. $.55/2 pasta in the 9/7 SS2.
  • Green Giant canned veggies, $.48 each limit 12.
  • 75 oz Xtra liquid detergent, $2.00. Regional $1.00/1 in the 10/9 SS (NOT in Tribune, was in Hoy) or print $1.00/1 here to get it for $1.00.
  • 10 pack select Bic disposable razors, $2.88. Use $2.00/1 in the 10/19 SS and they’re $.88.
  • On the Kraft instant savings deal (must buy six mix/match items for this price): 30 oz Kraft mayo or Miracle whip, $1.88. Look for $1.00/1 peelies. $.50/1 in the 11/9 SS. Print $.75/1 mayo here.

Three day sale Friday-Sunday

  • Sanderson Farms jumbo pack chicken drumsticks or thighs, $.88/lb limit two pkgs.
  • 4 lb navel oranges, $2.88.
  • Oasis hummus or Kangaroo pita chips, $.98 each.
  • Coke, Sprite 2 liters, $.88 limit 4.
  • 12″ Home Run Inn Thin Crust or Gino’s East deep dish, $4.88 limit 2 total.

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Print for $.88 Pantene at Ultra Foods — or cheap at Target

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Here are two new high value Pantene coupons for you:

At Ultra Foods through Tuesday, select Pantene shampoo and conditioner is on sale for $2.88 — so just $.88 each after the $4.00/2 coupon!

No Ultra Foods by you? At Target, get a free Pantene styler when you buy two shampoo or conditioner at $3.99 each. So, buy all three for $7.98 after instant savings. Use the $4.00/2 shampoo/conditioner coupon = $3.98. IF your Target allows use of a coupon on a free item, also use the $2.00/1 styler coupon to get all three for $1.98.