Ultra Foods deals week of 4/24/14 – 4/30/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/24/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alchohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days!

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

Top deals

  • The Lombard ad has two in-ad store coupons (not available in store and good at Lombard, Wheaton, Downers Grove only): $5/$50, and $1.48 Centrella milk 2%, 1%, skim with additional $10 purchase.
  • Palermo’s Classics pizza, $1.48 limit 8 total. Sign up on the Palermo’s site and print $1.00/2 any pizzas — just $.98 each after coupon.
  • Old Orchard 100% apple juice 64 oz, $.98 limit 2.
  • Sanderson Farms chicken leg quarters jumbo pack, $.78/lb.
  • Hamburger Helper, $.88. Print $1.00/2 here to get them for $.38 each.
  • Lavazza ground coffee 12 oz, $5.88. Use the $2.00/1 in the 3/30 SS. Get another $2.00 back from Shopmium. If Lavazza is still on your Checkout 51 on Thurs (it keeps reappearing, but may not this time), get another $2.50 back there.
  • Shelf Stable 32 oz Blue Diamond Almond Breeze, 3/$5.00. Use exp. $.55/1 in the 2/23 SS.
  • Marcal 12 double roll bath tissue or 8 regular roll paper towel, $3.88 limit 4 total. Use $1.25/1 in the 3/16 RP.

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A price match for your Hamburger Helper Walmart deal

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Starting on Thursday 4/24, Ultra Foods will have Hamburger Helper on sale for $.88. If you have been looking for a price match deal for this Walmart rebate:

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Print this rebate to send in for FREE ground beef (up to $6.44) when you buy three boxes of classic Hamburger Helper at Walmart.

Reader deals 4/22/14

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

  • Zack posts in Hot Deals about the pinch guards: “We got these a while back! They are pretty cook and useful for under two bucks!”
  • And if you want to be terrified into buying them, Kari O. shares: “I’m buying these. My sister in law got her pinky chopped off earlier this year from a rogue door, so for $1.67 I can be a little less paranoid about my kiddos near doors. Thanks!” That is horrible!

Bridal gowns

  • Suzann says: “For bridal check the most upscale consignment shops in your area- that’s how I got rid of mine. Next marriage ceremony was at the courthouse—LOL. I am one of the readers in Houston so my consignment shop will not work for you looking for a bridal gown but try the upscale consignment stores in your area perhaps even phoning ahead so you don’t waste gasoline. This used to be a decent resource but I do not know what it has evolved into–David’s Bridal.”
  • Beth suggests: “Wedding Belles in Barrington sells sample dresses and on consignment. I paid about $400 for my dress there in 2005. Wouldn’t know what the prices are like these days, but I had a great experience there when I was a bride.”
  • Joanne’s advice: “For the person looking for wedding dresses – there is a little thrift store in Tinley Park – called NU2U – 170th Oak Park Avenue – every so often they get a donation from bridal salons of the sample dresses – they don’t have much left now(a couple of racks – a few months ago they had so many dresses, they held a special sale at t different location) – but they are only $15 – the fabric and ornamentation on the dresses is worth more than that. I think its worth a trip – you can ask when they’ll get the next shipment in(if they know they also had bridesmaid, mother of the bride, etc.”
  • An idea from theresa: “Bridal shop in west dundee having one day sample sale I think it is April 26th. Give them a call. saw sign as I drove through town but not really looking for that.”
  • A tip from Jamie: “Check craigslist and Facebook groups. There are also wedding blogs- I don’t remember the name but it was only 5 years ago but I had posted my dress. It never sold but it was kind of expensive.”
  • An idea from ellen: “try the Goodwill in Lincoln Park in chicago. My daughter shops there for designer clothes.”
  • Another from kelly: “I was just at Stratford Square Mall in Bloomingdale. There’s a store there called Total Wedding. I noticed they were having 50% off on wedding dresses. Looked like a pretty good selection. The store is on the upper level across from JC Penney.”

Groupon

  • Jill warns: “I used to buy the groupon to King Spa a lot, but most recently I have found the place to be crazy busy and far from zen. I don’t think it is even worth $10 with the amount of folks packed into the place!”

Jewel

  • Kari O. found Popchips: “I just bought these on clearance yesterday at Jewel! They were $1.50 in Spring Grove. Woo, looks like I’ll be post redeeming. :)”

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Reader requests

  • One from jane: “Does anyone have any free classes on Windows 8/8.1 to recommend? Staples offers classes, but I’m not sure if there is a cost.” One place to check is your local library; they often offer free basic computer classes.

Ultra Foods

  • Lori S. reports: “Ultra in Downers Grove doesn’t even sell Aloha Morning Hawaiian Punch, looked for it the other day.”
  • But linda found it: “the ultra in Kankakee has the aloha morning and is part of the sale I purchased 3 for 88 cents each and my kids love it.”

Reader deals 4/19/14

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.

Dollar Tree

  • Outlander shares: “I found at Dollar Tree big boxes of Kellogg’s Fruit Loops so 3 free after $3/3 Qs. And also Honey Bunches of Oats Greek yogurt, so 50 cents after $1/2 from 4/13 SS1.”
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Internet service

  • Priscilla comments: “Don’t forget if your kids qualify for reduced or free lunch you should qualify for Internet Essentials through comcast for 9.99 a month internet.”

Target

  • For anyone still heading to Target tonight for Bounty, new2q says: “There is also a $1/2 bounty rolls Q in the energizer battery packs that had ‘ Save over $20 PG items ‘ . These where the 20- pack batteries that were free after rewards at Office Max.”
  • And Samantha says: “There is also a $1 off 6 pack or larger Bounty when you text offers. You know, if you need some more PT ;)”
  • A tip from Kari O.: “Target will tell you it’s the discretion of the manager or cashier to accept or not accept coupons. I’d suggest buying the items then returning to customer service for a refund of your “missed coupons”. They allow that for at least 3 days, sometimes a week.”
  • Jaimene says: “The Target mobile app has ALL of the mobile coupons and bar codes Including the special deals and baby mobile coupons” You may still have to be signed up for the mobile coupons in order to get them in your app.

Ultra Foods

  • Something to look for from Linda: “When buying the Keebler crackers, look for peelies for buy 2 boxes of crackers, get a dozen eggs free!”

Whole Foods

Ultra Foods deals week of 4/17/14 – 4/23/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/17/14. Ultra is open regular hours on Easter Sunday.

  • I’m using the Forest Park ad this week, so note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alchohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify. They have started to standardize most ads, though, so there should be fewer regional variations.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days!

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

Top deals

  • Pictsweet veggies 14-16 oz, select, $.68 limit 4. Use $.50/1 in the 3/2 RP for $.18 veggies!
  • Dozen large Dutch Farms eggs, $.98 with in-ad coupon + additional $10 purchase limit 1.
  • Dutch Farms cream cheese bars, $.78 limit 3.
  • Florida sweet corn, 8/$2.00.
  • Heinz ketchup 38 oz regular or 34 oz simply, $2.29. Use the $.50/1 printable here. Submit for $1.00 back from Shopmium.
  • Thomas’ English muffins, 3/$5.00. $.50/1 Thomas’ product (ZIP 77477 then reload). Get them for $1.17 after coupon.
  • Village Hearth bread, $1.28. Print $.55/1 here.
  • Bayer 32-36 ct low dose aspirin, $1.88. Use $1.00/1 in the 3/16 SS and get it for $.88.
  • 128 oz Hawaiian Punch, $1.88. Use $1.00/1 Aloha Morning in the 3/16 SS or $1.00/1 printable here, if included, to get it for $.88.
  • Dole 20 oz pineapple, $.88. Use $.50/2 in the 4/6 SS or print $1.00/3 here. Just $.55 a can when you buy three after the $1.00/3 coupon.

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Chex cereal deal at Ultra Foods

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Here’s a new Qples coupon for $1.00/1 Chex cereal. Print limit on this is two. At Ultra Foods this week, select Chex cereals are 4/$5.00 when you buy four. If you have two computers and can print four coupons, get four boxes for $1.00 after four coupons, or $.25 each. With one computer, print two $1.00/1 coupons and also use $1.00/2 in the 3/16 SS to get four boxes for $2.00, or $.50 each.

(Thanks, Printable Coupons and Deals)

Reader deals 4/10/14

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.

Checkout 51

  • A tip from letsshop for using the app without a smartphone: “For the easiest way I just scan my receipts , taking picures for me and my old fashion cell phone to much trouble . So anyone else like me ! scan perfect every time (:”

Gas

  • Tips from feelgood: “For anyone registering for BP Rewards: If you also have an American Express card, check your AMEX account online under “Offers for You”. Mine has “BP: Spend $30, Get $5 Back”. If you have an American Express card but don’t have this offer for your card, you can sync it to your card through your Twitter or Facebook account.”
  • Jen k says: “I’ve been using BP rewards for about 6 months. Doesn’t save a lot but it’s something. The BP on Lawrence at 90 actually has good (city) prices to begin with so it’s not like I’m paying more just to save a nickel.”
  • He also says: “I don’t know if I have the same FRN card (there are several varieties). A few months ago, I went inside the Shell station and got a free FRN card from the clerk, registered it online without having to link a debit card, and have been getting $0.03/gal off every time since. Then I pay with a cashback or rewards credit card for even more savings!”

Harbor Freight

  • For those interested in more than just free tools, Steve F. comments: “Make sure you check your Sunday inserts too for coupons. We’ve had 25% off Q’s down here for awhile….and the dates go out pretty far .”

J.C. Penney

  • Ashley says: “Just a reminder that JCP in Stratford mall is closing this month, still a lot left, most 50-70% off.”

Jewel

  • Shandelle found: “Jewel has select packets of McCormick seasonings on sale for $.69 right now, including taco and fajita seasonings and some others. They are also Monopoly bonus items. If you use the $.75 coupon from 4/6, you receive $.06 overage per packet applied to the basket also. Bought 4 tonight and it worked just fine.”

Resale

Target

  • Shandelle shares: “There’s a $1/3 Hot Pockets in zip 03103 on coupons.com which stacks nicely with the Target deal going on right now. Buy 5 boxes of Hot Pockets for, $8 for 4 AND Buy 4 Get 1 Free. Use $1 off 4 Hot/Lean Pockets Target printable, get 10% off Hot Pockets from Cartwheel ($.70 ; EXCLUDES Lean Pockets). Use $1/2 printable AND $1/3 printable. Final cost is $4.30 for five boxes or $.86 per box! Or if you have a Red Card, $4.08 or $.82 per box! This will only work on Hot Pockets. If you want Lean Pockets, you lose the Cartwheel discount.” She adds: “I realize you could use TWO of the $1/2 printables also but if you hoped to do the deal twice due to have 2 of the $1/4 Target printables, this would be a good way to do that.”
  • From andi: “Unless this deal was corrected, I got the $5 GC @ Target this past Sunday when I bought 1 Nasacort. Tag on shelf did not indicate two. Had a $5 MQ and a $4 TQ. MM, and coupon printer @ checkout spit out another $4 TQ.”
  • Brian is wondering about Angry Birds Jenga: “Anyone have any luck getting a rain check?  Woodridge had one in stock; said no to a rain check and no to giving me 25% off of the one.”

Ultra Foods

  • Mandy found: “The Miracle Whip at Ultra in Lombard had coupons on them for $1 off tuna with the purchase of the MW. A couple of the brands of tuna were on sale for a $1 a can. Nice bonus to the buy ten items deal.”

Walmart

  • Suzann says: “The everyday price for the meow mix cups is $0.48 at WalMart. I have been finding a lot of clearance cat food on the end cap in the pet food aisle particularly the meow mix cups and Sheba cans.” Print BOGO Meow Mix here.
  • Renee found: “I was at Walmart in Joliet on Jefferson and they had the 2liter bottles of a&w 10, 7up 10, Rc 10 and a few more for a dollar but there was tags hanging off them for .55 so that would make them .45 per 2liter!!”
  • Shandelle adds: “Did you get the printable for $1.50/2 or $.50/2 TEN two liters from Walmart.com??”

Cheese and butter shopping — with a little ham

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Stopped by Ultra Foods today to pick up the cheap-ish Cracker Barrel cheese. (Yes, it’s $.50 cheaper at Meijer, but I’d spend it all on gas getting there and back.) A ham kind of fell in my cart, too, and then it fell right into my Crock Pot — guess what we’re having for dinner tonight? And tomorrow we’re having Ham Bone Vegetable Soup, hence the carrots and celery. So, anyway…

4 Chex Cereal, $5.00 after instant savings. Used two $1.00/1 expired GM cereal printables from last month and $1.00/2 from the 3/16 SS.
2 De Waffelbakker’s pancakes, $5.00. Used two $1.00/1 printables (ZIP 33033 then reload).
2 lb carrots $1.29.
Celery, $.99.
Mushrooms, $1.50.
2 Challenge butter tubs, $4.56. Used two $1.00/1 printables.
Chicken of the Sea sardines, $.88. Used $1.00/1 Chicken of the Sea product I got in the mail from their birthday club.
10 Cracker Barrel cheese, $23.80 after instant savings. Used 10 $1.00/1 from the 3/23 SS.
Ham, $7.22.

Got $.10 off for bringing a couple of reusable bags and paid $33.02. Watch the dates on the Cracker Barrel — most of the ones in my store expired 4/17, and you don’t want 10 bars of cheese all expiring in one week, lol. Dig for better dates.

Reader deals 4/9/14

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.

Amazon

  • Nikki shares: “I received these bowls as a gift a few years ago-I LOVE them! (I AM a big fan of Pyrex stuff in general, though!) Before I met my hubby, someone had also given him the same set-lucky me! LOL”

Books & music

  • If you are going to buy SC Johnson cleaning products, checkout this free iTunes offer feelgood found.
  • He also found: “Big Jewish Music Box – over 8 hours of music celebrating Hebrew, Yiddish and Jewish culture for only $0.99″
  • A tip from Bunny: “Most likely your library has free ebooks. You will have to download am free app like 3M to read it.”

CVS

  • From Outlander: “Check your CVS for select liquor on clearance 50% off. They had some champagne, some maple flavored Crown Royal and small bottles (375ml) of Grand Marnier. Grand Marnier was $19 reg. price, so $9.50 with 50% off.”

Gas

  • Tamara comments: “Another gas saving opportunity is the Shell Saver Card and FRN Rewards. When I used the Shell Saver Card, it automatically linked to my debit card and saved me .02/gallon. I’ve never really used the FRN except when it linked to a Mycokerewards to save me .20/gallon or something awesome. Anyway, I got an e-mail the other day that Wednesday only I could save .22/gallon with my card – pretty nice! You can check the program out at fuelrewards.com.”

Gift cards

  • A heads up from Andi for those interested in Raise discounted cards: “If you are planning a trip, be aware that Southwest limits the number of payment methods per order to 4. So, you can use up to 4 gift cards. However, if the 4 gift cards are still not enough to cover your total cost, you actually can only use 3 gift cards and then a credit card to cover the rest. You could instead do separate orders for each ticket, but that would be more difficult.”

Jewel

  • Tamara noticed: “Shopmium has $.50 off Fage greek yogurt, any variety, so I think it should be good on this.”

Reader requests

  • ElizabethF asks: “Has anyone else been able to get Hopster coupons to print from Safari? Is there a magic trick?”

Target

  • Doree reports: “Skylanders deal worked at Arlington Heights Target today. $37.49 Skylanders swap force Wii (price matched Toys R Us) plus $10 coupon (McDonalds), plus 5% Red Card”

Ultra Foods

  • Krystle says: “The Greek version of Breakstone’s sour cream is included in the Kraft deal/sale. So check your expired stash for a $1/1 printable from coupons.com (my digital border says I printed it on 3/19/2014 HTH), you will end up paying $0.38 per 16 oz container.”

 

Ultra Foods deals week of 4/10/14 – 4/16/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 4/10/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard version of their ad (valid for Lombard, Downers Grove, Wheaton), so note that some pricing can vary at other stores and alchohol deals will vary in Indiana. Check your own store’s ad to verify. They have started to standardize most ads, though, so there should be fewer regional variations.
  • Ultra takes expired manufacturer coupons back 30 days!

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

Top deals

  • Check your paper ad — mine has a $5/$50 coupon and one for a $1.48 Centrella gallon milk with $10 purchase, both valid at Downers Grove only. Which is kind of mean, given that I am much nearer the Lombard store, lol.
  • Muller Greek Corner yogurt, $.78 limit 12. Use $2.00/5 in the 3/2 RP to get five for $1.90, or $.38 each.
  • Select GM Cereals: 12.2 oz Cinnamon toast Crunch, 14 oz Wheat Chex, Corn Chex, or 12.8 oz Rice Chex, 4/$5.00 when you buy four limit 2 offers. Print $1.00/2 Chex here. $1.00/2 CTC or Chex in the 3/16 SS. So just $.75 each when you buy four and use two $1.00/2 coupons.
  • Perdue chicken drumsticks jumbo pack, $.88/lb.
  • Cool Whip, $.68 limit 2.
  • Challenge butter quarters or spreadable 15-16 oz, $2.28 limit 2 total. Print $.55/1 here (ZIP 77477 then reload) or print $1.00/1 here to get these as low as $1.28.
  • Dutch Farms yogurt cups, $.28 limit 12.
  • De Waffelbakkers pancakes, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here (ZIP 33033 then reload).
  • Betty Crocker potatoes, $.88. Use exp. $.50/2 in the 2/2 SS or print $.50/2 here to get these for $.63 each.
  • Top Kraft instant savings deals (must buy ten mix/match items for this price):
    • Kraft cheese: 5-8 oz shreds, crumbles, chunk, Touch of Philly, select, $1.88. Use $1.00/2 chunk in the 3/9 SS.
    • Kraft 30 oz Miracle Whip or Mayo, $1.88. Use $.75/1 in the 3/9 SS.
    • Cracker barrel 6 oz bars, 7 oz cuts, 8 oz chunk, $2.38. Use $1.00/1 in the 3/23 SS.

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