Print for cheap Horizon mac & cheese at Ultra Foods

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Mambo Sprouts just added $1.00/2 Horizon mac & cheese or snacks. At Ultra Foods starting today:

  • Horizon mac & cheese, $.88.
  • Horizon snack crackers, $1.88.

So the mac & cheese is just $.38 after coupon, snack crackers are $1.38 after coupon.

My free Redbox cost me $20 at Ultra Foods

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So I went to Ultra Foods to pick up my free Redbox rental, and … spent $20 on groceries, but tried two new things with coupons! Over by the deli two of the bags of The Better Chip had “try me free” coupons taped to the front, so I took one and left the other for some other lucky person to find. The chipotle kind is very spicy. Good, but spicy, so I’m going to try some with guacamole later to balance that out.

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I also picked up Screamin’ Sicilian pizza for the first time (punch out mustache on the back of the box, lol). It was pretty good — I added some mushrooms and stuff, cooked one up, and had a couple of pieces for lunch. The crust is very good for a frozen pizza, and it has lots of cheese.

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So here’s what I bought — hmm, this is not a shopping trip o’ health, but I already bought produce etc. at Pete’s & ALDI a few days ago. :)

Dole OJ, $1.88.
Oasis hummus, $.98 with store coupon that came in the mail.
Better Chips, $2.99. Used FREE coupon on package.
2 Screamin’ Sicilian pizzas, $8.88 after instant savings when you buy two. Fill out this form for a $2.00/1 printable coupon (ZIP 60126), so used two of those.
4 Sargento shredded cheese, $8.00. Used two $.50/2 from the 11/9 SS.
Mushrooms, $1.50.
Corn King lower sodium bacon, $2.99.

Got $.10 off for bringing two bags and paid $19.62.

Ultra Foods deals week of 12/17/14 – 12/24/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 12/17/14 – 12/24/14. Ultra will be open til 10PM on Christmas Eve, and closed on Christmas Day. Santa Claus will be there on Saturday 12/20 11AM-5PM.

  • 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

  • Centrella butter quarters, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Dole OJ, $1.88.
  • 8 lb russet potatoes, $1.48.
  • Screamin’ Sicilian pizza, 2/$8.88 when you buy two limit two offers. $1.00/1 Screamin’ Sicilian Pizza (ZIP 60126). Or, fill out this form for a $2.00/1 printable coupon (ZIP 60126). I’m curious about these and am going to try them at $2.88 after coupon…
  • 59 oz Pure Leaf tea, 3/$4.00 must buy three limit two offers. Use $1.00/1 in the 11/9 RP to get them for $.33 each.
  • Stacy’s pita chips or Pretzel thins, 3/$5.00.
  • Spectrum Naturals 14 oz coconut oil, $4.88. Print $2.00/1 here.
  • Dole canned pineapple, tropical fruit, or mandarin oranges, $1.00 limit ten total. Use $.50/2 in the Nov. All You or $1.00/3 in the little celebrating booklets that have been on displays in stores. $.75/2 Dole Mandarin Oranges or Tropical Fruit Cans in the 11/16 SS.

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

Reader Deals 12/14/14

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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: [email protected]
  • 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.

Crunchy Friday

  • Peaches sent a Crunchy Friday book recommendation, “100 Days of Real Food is a good book for families that are trying to wean them selves off of processed foods for the first time, but for people that that have been following her blog for a while, I am not sure how much they would get out of the book.  A better choice for people who already know how to steer clear of processed food might be the Pollan Family Table, which has gotten fantastic reviews on Amazon, and is written by Michael Pollan’s Mother and three sisters. “

Culver’s

  • Mandy reports on the Culver’s deal, “We went to Culvers in Lombard yesterday and bought a $25 GC.  We rec’d a voucher for a free value basket b4 2/22/15 and a Culvers calendar with 2 coupons a month for various items attached.  Several were b1g1f offers.  Nice!”

CVS

  • Julie comments on a deal at CVS this week, “The Nivea Body Wash was a $1 money maker for me. The magic coupon machine spit out a $2/$8 body wash/liquid soap coupon along with the $2/2 Nivea coupon.”
  • Question from April: “I bought that Dulcolax 24ct. tablets this morning mostly to use up my ECB from Thanksgiving sale. The rebate says, that purchase price calculated net of any coupons and excluding tax. My ECB were scanned as Cvs manufacturer coupons?! They are equivalent to cash in Cvs, but on my recipt they looks like a man. coupons. After all my recipt shows that I paid only $1.67 ! There is no phone number on the rebate to call and ask them a question. Can anyone guess an outcome? If they only return me $1.67, then I raver use my ECB on something else.”

Reader Requests

  • Sharon has a request, “If anyone has heard of any good deals for a “ride on” 12 volt bike or car for a girl, I would appreciate it! I’ve been eyeing up the one at Walmart, the Barbie 12 volt Jeep. My grand daughter is 5 though, and I’m afraid that it would already be too small for her. Thanks so much in advance :-)
  • Kari has some suggestions for Sharon, “My two year old loves this kind but it hardly moves with my 5 yr old in it. My five year old actually got a real four wheeler instead from her grandpa. It was used from craigslist and only a 50cc. Anyway. The best deals on these battery powered ones come next month during Target’s unofficial 70% off toy clearance. ( http://instagram.com/p/jVw4pFMifS/ ) So, I would wait it out.”
  • Julie asks, “Any idea of how I can get some individual lego pieces like these? In a kit with other oddballs would be fine or straight up ordering several of each (or close to each) would do. (Specifically looking for about 6 of the jointed ones, and 4 of the straight ones and 4 of “three-nubs” straight ones.) THANKS for any advice!

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Ultra Foods

  • Feelgood sent a deal for this week at Ultra, “Free Idaho potatoes if you have the $1.00 manufacturer coupon found on the Beringer winetag.

Reader Deals 12/9/14

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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: [email protected]
  • 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.

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

Amazon

Coke Rewards

  • SmartShopper commented on $25 Best Buy Gift card for 625 My Coke Rewards Points, “Awesome deal for the Best Buy gift card through My Coke Rewards. Ordered it…Thanks! BTW, the free 12 pack of Coke is still only 30 points as of Tuesday morning. (check to see that this is still good if you plan to do this deal)

California Pizza Kitchen Gift Cards

  • Brandy sent this deal, “Two $50 gift cards can usually be purchased at Costco as well for CPK at $79.99… same price year around.”

Coupons

  • Liz found a coupon and a deal, “There was a .75 off 2 coupon this past weekend in the paper on certain Christmas skittles..star burst lifesavers….walmart has many of the candy pictured for 1.00 which makes nice stocking stuffers”
  • Siv sent some deals on Maybelline Great Lash or Baby Lips $2.79 or less shipped, “Both of these Maybelline items are also BOGO 50% off, even with S & S: http://amzn.to/1AcUY3j I got 2 of these which also have a 25% coupon, BOGO 50%, and is S & S elgible: http://amzn.to/1GbyvI2 “

Eggs

  • Leslie comments on an egg shortage, “Egg were a $1.29 at Aldi’s in Carol Stream on Schmale today.”
  • Another egg price from Marsha, “Large eggs 1.50 dozen
    Target in Glenview”

Reader Requests

  • Liz sent this comment on buying a car, “Go to Consumers Reports online. For a few dollars you can subscribe for a month and then cancel anytime. They have a list of the best used cars under $5000, under $10000 etc. We bought a Vibe off this list last year and we are very happy!”
  • Kay adds, “I was able to google some lists of best cars – by price, by safety, under a certain dollar amount. You can also check your library for Consumer Reports” (Rachel sent the same comment! ;) )
  • John W sent this comment, “For used cars, I always buy on Craigslist, if you can pay cash without needing a loan. You have to be careful, but the deals are always better than a car dealer (and you can’t trust them, either). Always go with someone to look at cars, use the blue book but be wary of a deal that’s too good, do an autocheck, have a mechanic check out the car before you buy, do the final transaction inside your bank.
  • Shirley adds, “Stay away from ebay. Craigslist is good but make sure the neighborhood you are going is safe. If you buy from a car dealer, you have better negotiation power if you don’t trade in your car and have your own finance line up. If the car dealer does not want to come down in price and you really like the car a lot, try add something to the package (remote car starter or free car wash for x months).”
  • Seachicago weighs in, “Don’t rule out a “luxury” car dealership, for a decent used car at a reasonable price.  They often have a variety of makes and models, and you might have a better experience.  We got a good deal and had a great experience at Muller Acura in NW Indiana (so good I want to give them a shout-out!).”
  • Jill has another option, “We have bought 2 cars through Costco. Costco doesn’t actually sell the cars but sends you to a dealership in their network and sets a price. The first time we used that price to haggle with a different dealership and it served us well. Most recently we just bought through the dealership Costco recommended and are happy with that transaction too.”
  • One more option from Artie, “http://www.wheelsofchicagoland.com/  Good reviews on Yelp and rated A+ by BBB  They buy cars but sell them too”
  • John has another question, “I also have a question about Obamacare. Are there any sites or blogs or news reports about the best quality/deals on the health insurance options in Illinois? I was looking at Land of Lincoln LLH Family Health Network Silver 3100, which for me is $272/mo, $100 deductible, $2250 max out of pocket, pretty good coverage.
  • Kay asks, “Have you tried the “get covered Illinois” website? I think they can help you find the best plan”
  • Maggie adds,”Whatever plan you pick, make sure your doctors are accepting it (and even your favorite hospital!). That sure can make a difference – our doctors are not accepting some of the BCBS plans, so that helped make our decision.”
  • Peaches sends a comment, “I’ve had  a Blue Cross PPO Choice plan this year.  It was $200 a month cheaper than their regular PPO plan, and my doctor and my hospital are part of the plan.  The only thing is there are not a lot of mental health and holistic doctors that take Choice.  One of mine does not, but she does not take PPO, and I would always have to submit her invoices to BCBS anyway before I got on this plan, and I would never know how much they would pay.  I found out with the Choice plan if you go to a provider that is not part of the Choice network, there is an additional $5,200 deductible either just for that provider or for the total bills for all of the non Choice providers I go to.  BCBS got 90% of the business on the marketplace last year, and there were just no other really good options.  I looked at Land of Lincoln, but my doctor was not part of their plan, and they were way more expensive than BCBS.  Kaiser Family Foundation has a good site for Obamacare.  I also know of an insurance agent that is wonderful that is on Belmont in Chicago, that only deals in health insurance.  You can PM me if you are interested.  Good luck with the marketplace.  I just turned 65, and so Jordan helped me pick a medicare plan, but nobody told me that I had to call the marketplace to cancel my old plan instead of BCBS, and right now I have two plans, and the marketplace cannot cancel my first plan until 12/20, and they can’t back date it.”
  • Mandy has some advice, “Be wary of the max. out of pocket.  Some of the copays and other charges do not count toward it.  I looked at one plan that sounded good, but, it was $250 per day copay for inpatient hospital and from what I was reading it does not count toward out of pocket.  If you were in the hospital many days, it would be very expensive.  I think you should talk with someone that really knows for sure.”
  • Silviavm has a question about the mperks 10 free photos,”the app is not working for me on my iPhone for some reason.  it is forcing me to select all my pics which total out to 836 and then it gets me to crop and closes!  Anyone else try?”
  • Laura is wondering if anyone is collecting the stamps from Jewel for the Cuisinartcookware for donation.

Rebates

  • A reminder from Stacey that the $5 Cascade rebate is still available.
  • Kim sent more information on VEEV-a las rebates!, “If you do the Veev vodka rebate on Ibotta, you also qualify for the$10  December bonus. I just got back $25 through Ibotta, I am waiting for Snap to credit, I am working on Berry Cart and I was able to use a coupon in my stash. This may be my biggest money maker ever at $23. If only I had an iphone and could use Shrink.”

Target

  • Stacey sent some Target deals, “Shopped tonight at Batavia Target-this was the most exciting: I bought 4 blue Barilla pasta boxes (.99 each in Batavia), received one free, (so paid for 3) Stocked up on Oscar Meyer wienies-Cartwheel had 25% off, limit 4, mine ends 12/13. Progresso soups were 1.42, Cartwheel had 10% off thru 12/13, so 1.27. Philips String lights buy 3 get 1 free, (so paying for 2-$11.99 each). From pic you’ll see I bought “B5″ style. Sorry if you already know all this; I don’t always have time to read all the posts.”

Ultra

  • Lisa sent a comment on the Ultra Foods Deals for this week, “There is. Also an expired bogo that you can use for the Patene if you are planning on buying it.” Rachel adds, “Pantene sale is $2.88 through today 12/9.”

Walmart

  • Seachicago found a better deal for Craisins than CVS, “Found a better deal on the Craisins at Walmart—too late for me, but maybe not for you!  10 oz. bags (several varieties, incl. reduced sugar/calorie) were $1.88.  Equal to 44 cents/5 oz. bag, and your coupons will get you twice as much (11/23 RP)—looks like a good recipe for oatmeal craisin chocolate chunk cookies, too, right above the coupon.”

Ultra Foods deals week of 12/10/14 – 12/16/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 12/10/14 – 12/16/14.

  • 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

  • 5 lb Idaho russet potatoes, $.98.
  • Sanderson Farms boneless skinless chicken breast jumbo pack, $1.98/lb.
  • On the buy six save $3.00 Betty Crocker sale (must buy six mix/match items for these prices): Betty Crocker cake mix, $.98. Print $.75/2 here. Betty Crocker frosting, $1.28. Print $.75/2 here.
  • Challenge butter quarters, $2.78 limit 2. There is a $1.00/1 printable here ZIP 30303.
  • Campbell’s cream of chicken or mushroom soup, $.78. Print $1.00/5 here.
  • 7-Up, RC, Diet Rite, Sunkist 2 liters, $.78 must buy four limit 2 offers. Print $1.00/3 7-Up or use $1.00/3 in the Keebler holidays booklet.

Three day sale Friday-Sunday only

  • Sanderson Farm chicken drumsticks or thighs jumbo pack, $.98/lb limit two packages.
  • 4 lb navel oranges, $1.98.
  • 4 lb Centrella sugar, $1.28 limit 2.
  • Home Run Inn 12″ thin crust, Gino’s Deep Dish, 2/$10 limit 2 total.

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

Ultra Foods deals week of 12/3/14 – 12/9/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 12/3/14 – 12/9/14. See Mr. Peanut and the Nutmobile Thursday Dec. 4 12-5PM at Downers Grove Ultra. Holiday Magic Open House 12/6 noon-6PM and 12/7 noon-4PM. Wine & spirit sampling extravaganza Downers Grove 12/6 1-5PM and Wheaton 12/7 1-5 PM.

  • 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

  • Libby’s canned veggies, select, $.50 limit 12. Use $1.00/4 in the 11/16 RP and get them for $.25 each.
  • Land O’ Lakes butter quarters, $2.28 limit 2.
  • Butterball turkey bacon 6 oz, 3/$4.00. Use exp. $.75/1 in the Oct. AY or print $.75/1 here.
  • Fresh Express veggie spring mix, 50/50 mix, spinach & arugula, veggie lovers, $1.50. If you still have the $1.00/1 from last month’s big book of savings at Jewel, use here for $.50 salad.
  • Centrella 48 oz premium ice cream, $1.89.
  • Flav-R-Pac classic veggies, $.79 limit six. Use $.35/1 in the 9/21 SS or print $.35/1 here.
  • Fisher bag walnuts, pecan halves, almonds 10 oz, $3.99. Use $1.00/1 in the 11/9 SS or exp. in the 10/5 SS.
  • Garland Jack’s BBQ sauce, $.58.
  • Cimmaron corn & pepper salsa, $.98.
  • Tuesday only, Lombard only, Eckrich smoked sausage, $1.98. $1.00/1 Eckrich smoked sausage coupon is back (ZIP 60126) to make it $.98.

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

Ultra Foods deals week of 11/28/14 – 12/2/14

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Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 11/28/14 – 12/2/14.

  • 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

  • Old Orchard blends (looks like the cocktails not 100% juice), $.98 limit four. Print $.50/1 here to get it for $.48.
  • Welch’s red crimson grapes, $.99/lb.
  • 2.2 oz Tyson fully cooked bacon, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Sierra Mist, Schweppes ginger ale 2 liters, $.88. Use $.25/1 Sierra Mist in the 10/12 SS and get it for $.63.
  • Minute Maid pure squeezed OJ, $2.98. Print $.75/1 here.

Weekly deals

Dairy & refrigerated

  • Tropicana OJ, $2.78.
  • 32 oz International Delight creamer, $2.88. Use $.55/1 in the 11/9 RP. Print $1.45/3 here.
  • Dannon Greek yogurt, $.88 each.
  • Minute Maid pure squeezed OJ, $2.98. Print $.75/1 here.

Frozen

  • On-Cor family size entrees, select, 3/$5.00. Use $1.00/2 in the 9/28 RP to get them for $1.17.
  • Dean’s classic ice cream, $2.88.

Grocery

  • Old Orchard blends (looks like the cocktails not 100% juice), $.98 limit four. Print $.50/1 here to get it for $.48.
  • Kellogg’s 10.5 oz Frosted Flakes, 11 oz Corn Flakes, 12.2 oz Froot Loops, 12 oz Rice Krispies, $1.58 each must buy four limit two offers. $1.00/2 Rice Krispies in the 11/23 RP. Buy three get a free Kellogg’s to go protein shake in the 11/16 RP. $1.00/2 Corn Flakes in the 11/2 RP. $1.00/3 cereal in the 10/26 RP or exp. in the 10/5 RP1. Just $1.08 a box after the $1.00/2 coupons.
  • Chips Ahoy, $1.88 limit four. $.75/2 in the 11/9 SS.
  • Centrella pasta sauce, $.88.
  • Prince pasta or Ronzoni healthy harvest, $.88.
  • Vitner’s 4.875 oz potato chips, $.88.
  • 2 liter 7-Up, RC, Diet Rite, Sunkist, $.88 each when you buy four limit 2 offers.
  • Holiday popcorn tin, $3.88.
  • Knorr sides, $.88.
  • Sierra Mist, Schweppes ginger ale 2 liters, $.88. Use $.25/1 Sierra Mist in the 10/12 SS and get it for $.63.
  • Fanta, Minute Maid 2 liters, $.88.
  • Hershey’s XL candy bars, $.88.
  • Vitaminwater, $.88.
  • Chef Boy Ardee, $.88.
  • Select Bush’s variety beans, $.88.
  • Smartwater, $.88 limit 12.
  • Sun-Maid or Cinnabon bread or sunbeam texas toast bread, $1.88.
  • Select GM cereal: BIG 21.6 oz Honey nut Cheerios, 20.5 oz Lucky Charms, 20.25 oz Cinnamon Toast Crunch, $1.88 each must buy three limit 2 offers. $1.00/3 in the 11/16 SS or 10/26 SS.
  • Nestle Exotics 8 pack, $2.00.

Meat & seafood

  • Farmland bone-in center cut rib or loin pork chops, $2.48/lb.
  • Boneless sirloin tip roast, $3.98/lb.
  • Farmland boneless sirloin pork roast, $2.79/lb. Chops, $2.99/lb.
  • Land O Frost deli shaved 9 oz lunch meat, $2.00.
  • 2.2 oz Tyson fully cooked bacon, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Perdue chicken thighs or drumsticks, $1.39/lb.

Not food

  • Sega Genesis 2, Atarai Flashback 5, $28.88.
  • Remote controlled Ford Mustang, $8.88.
  • Glow in the dark RC helicopter, $14.88.

Produce

  • Asparagus, $1.98/lb.
  • Welch’s red crimson grapes, $.99/lb.
  • Fresh greens, $.79/lb.
  • Washington red or golden delicious apples, $.99/lb.

Things to know at Ultra Foods

Just a few:

  • Ultra accepts expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days; they do not accept expired store coupons.
  • Ultra limits to 12 like coupons per trip.
  • View the Ultra coupon policy here (click on your local store from this link and it will come up). They accept manufacturer Catalinas from other stores; however, they will not accept Register Rewards from Walgreens.
  • Some Ultras will give you a $.05 credit off your total for each reusable bag you bring in and use, so be sure to mention them to your cashier.

Reader deals 11/24/14

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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.

Coupons

  • Something to look for from feelgood: “Found Chateau St Jean winetag manufacturer coupons at Jewel. All say “No wine purchase required,” and expire 12/31/14: Save $1.00 on any brand fresh cranberries Save $1.00 on Shady Brook Farms or Honeysuckle White turkey Save $1.00 on Gourmet Trading Co. green asparagus” I spotted these recently at Meijer as well.
  • Stacey emails: “$1 cpn on “Best Foods” (Hellman’s mayo!) from Unilever email I received” And she adds: “PS Prints as a man but will have the Safeway logo on it.”

CVS

Kohl’s

Meijer

  • A report from feelgood: “Just went to Meijer. Got five 8 oz. Kraft chunk cheese (three extra sharp cheddar, two mozzarella) at $2.00 each, and used coupons. Got the $4.00 catalina.”
  • Lisa emails: “Here is an alert I received from meijer yesterday. If you don’t already know about this.”
    meijer cat alert

Menards

  • An idea from elaine: “there is a coupon for the ‘Toblerone Chocolates – 2 for $3′ don’t know if it will work with this?”

Online deals

  • From jen: “We have a different brand but the same style [carseat cover] and it’s awesome. Better in the snow and wind than some other styles out there.”

Product information

  • Mandy says: “Just a note about the new Sierra Mist. The regular now has stevia and tastes like diet. My husband drinks this, watered down, and still noticed. He hates diet pop. I am taking 2 liters back to Jewel for refund.”

Redbox

  • Jane says: “I got an email from Redbox today stating this: ‘Our Prices Are Increasing A Little We want to let you know that starting next Tuesday, December 2, the price for DVDs will increase to $1.50 a day, and the price for Blu-ray™ Discs will increase to $2 a day. Starting Tuesday, January 6, the price for video games will increase to $3 a day.* This is only our second price increase in 12 years, and the first for Blu-ray™ Discs and games, so you can be sure that we made this decision very carefully. We know that hearing about a price increase isn’t the best news, but we feel it’s necessary in order to improve your Redbox experience, while continuing to deliver the best value for new movies and games. We’ll continue to offer you the deals you’ve come to love when you connect with us via email, text and our social channels. To learn more about our deals, including Redbox Play Pass (our new rewards program, which is giving out double points through the whole month of December),'”

Target

Ultra Foods

  • Pam confirms: “Sierra Mist IS tagged [4/$8.88] at Ultra.”

Walmart

8 lbs potatoes $.13 at Ultra Foods

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This is one Kelly spotted and I picked up today. Ultra Foods has 8 lb Wisconsin russet potatoes (and they look good!) on sale for $.88 through Tuesday. Claim $.50 back on Snap by Groupon and $.25 back on Checkout 51 (part of “pick your own offers”) for a net cost of just $.13.