Ultra Foods deals week of 10/22/14 – 10/28/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 10/22/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so 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

  • 8 oz Dean’s dip, $.78. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Skippy 16.3 oz peanut butter, $1.98. Use expired $.75/2 in the 8/3 SS.
  • Bush’s chili beans, $.48 wyb two limit two offers. Buy four, use $1.00/3 in the 10/12 SS, and pay $.92 for four.
  • El Sabroso 13 oz tortilla chips, $.99.
  • 8 lb Russet potatoes, $1.38.
  • 4 lb Navel oranges, $2.88.
  • Honeycrisp apples, $.99/lb.

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Ultra Foods deals week of 10/15/14 – 10/21/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 10/15/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so 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

Four day sale 10/15-10/18

  • 5 lb Case Farms chicken drumsticks, $2.90, limit 2 packs. (That’s $.58/lb)
  • 5 lb russet potatoes, $.89.
  • Home Run Inn 12″ thin crust pizza, Gino’s deep dish, $4.88 limit 2 total.
  • Jay’s potato chips, $1.68 limit 4.
  • 20 pack Coke, Sprite, 2/$8.88 limit 2.
  • Corona 12 pack bottles, cans or 12 pack bottles Modelo Especial, Negro Modelo, Pacifico, $11.78 limit 2 total.

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

Reader deals 10/8/14

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

  • A warning from suez: “I bought these [knockoff magic erasers] last time. They disintegrate so fast I has to use four to clean a bathtub that wasn’t even that dirty. May not be such a great deal.”
  • But Margaret on Facebook had a different experience: ” bought these when they were on sale last time and they work just as well as the name brand ones. Enough of a supply to last a lifetime!”

Apps

  • Clarification from nilo that you can submit multiple items on the same receipt for a single offer in SNAP when there isn’t a limit on the offer: “i submitted the chobani multiple times, same receipt. when you submit a “multiple” times offer, a minus and plus sign appear, you click on the plus until you reach the number you bought. in my case i bought 3 so i clicked on the plus sign until i reached 3.”
  • And some advice from Brandy: “Don’t wait. I foolishly watched the Huggies diapers sit there all weekend and thought it would at least tell me when it was “ALMOST GONE” but did not… bought two and then it was gone before I uploaded the receipt a few hours later. Email and they basically said, sorry about your luck. Will be returning those two packs of Huggies…….”

Dollar Tree

  • Jane says: “I found 4 packs of these [CFL bulbs] at Dollar Tree this morning! Also, Menards had the 4 packs $1 and also another off brand were 88 cents. We stocked up on them. I assume the market is saturated with CFL’s now, so they are going to be getting even cheaper.”

Jewel

  • Celmarie posts on Facebook: “I got the gerber cereal oyno at jewel. Not sure if these are all working at jewel. Gerber Cereals, any 8oz or 16oz 10/6/14 – 11/2/14: Buy two, get $1.00 OYNO. Buy three, get $2.00 OYNO.  Buy four or more, get $3.00 OYNO.”
  • Kitty reports: “End date on both beans and tomatoes is 1-6-15.”

Peter Rubi

Pumpkins

  • An idea from Outlander: “I don’t know about real mini pumpkins, but Dollar Tree usually has a smallish, but still good size fake pumpkin. Maybe that’s better, so they can paint on it, glue things on it, and it can stay for years as a keepsake then.”
  • Marcia shares: ” I saw that ACE has mini pumpkins in their ad that starts today. They are selling packs of 5 for 3.99.”
  • Samantha says: “Ultra had a good price for pumpkins of all sizes”

Reader requests

  • Jovandi is wondering: “Anyone know of any coupons to pair up with the liquor rebate [in the Jewel Big Book]?”
  • Candy emails: “Does anyone know when the new Goodwill in Romeoville will be open? Or if there are any grand opening sales or giveaways?”
  • El is wondering about the knockoff magic erasers: “Can we use them for washing dishes or is the chemical in them not food safe?”
  • Susan posts on Facebook: “Asking for help in finding the best deal on a Honda snowblower. Found out our will cost well over $600 to repair. My husband is set on a Honda. Gas powered single stage with electric start. I see that Cardpool has a sale on Home Depot gift cards – 11% off, but wondering how I can combine to make it an even better deal. TIA”

Tires

  • For this deal and beyond, Anne shares: “Yes, you bring them to your local shop, and they will mount, balance, & dispose of old tires for you. I have used Farm & Fleet and Discount Tire. Nice thing about Discount Tire is they will rotate for free for the life of the tires if they mounted them there. Only thing is tires are bulky, so the hardest part is getting them in the car to bring them to the shop :)”

Ultra Foods

  • Jen K reports: “I bought Progresso soup and received a $2 catalina. Haven’t seen it posted anywhere so don’t know if it is good at all stores. The details were not on the coupon and I bought 16 cans so pretty sure $2 is the highest amount.” Apparently there is a national deal that started 10/6 that must be running at Ultra: Progresso Products 10/6-11/2: Buy $10-$14.99, get $1.50 OYNO. Buy $15+, get $2 OYNO. It is in today’s ad at $.98 but limit four.

Ultra Foods deals week of 10/8/14 – 10/14/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 10/8/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so 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

  • Progresso soup traditional, rich & hearty, select, $.98 limit four. It looks like this national Catalina deal is running at Ultra: Progresso Products 10/6-11/2: Buy $10-$14.99, get $1.50 OYNO. Buy $15+, get $2 OYNO, but cans over four are $1.29 each. Use $.50/2 in the 9/7 SS2 or print $1.00/4 here. 9 cans would be $10.37. Use two $1.00/4, pay $8.37, and get back $1.50 OYNO for a net cost of $6.87, or $.76 a can. (Or wait for a sale that doesn’t have limits, although usually it’s the veggie ones that go a buck or less and this sale includes clam chowder, etc.)
  • Michigan Gala apples 3 lb bag, $1.88 ($.63/lb).
  • Washington Bartlett pears, $.68/lb.
  • Farmland Bone-in pork country style ribs, $1.98/lb. $1.00/1 Farmland all natural fresh pork (ZIP 77477 then reload).
  • Limes, 14/$1.00.
  • Dannon yogurt cups light & fit, fruit on the bottom, select, $.38 each.
  • NY Texas Toast croutons, $.98. Use exp. $.40/1 in the 7/13 SS and get them for $.58.
  • 479 degrees Popcorn, 3/$5.00.
  • On the General Mills instant savings deal (must buy five mix/match items for this price): Hamburger Helper twin packs, $.98. $1.00/5 in the 9/7 SS2, exp. $.75/3 in the 8/3 SS, $.75/3 in the 10/5 SS, print $.80/4 here, and there’s a mail in rebate here for free ground beef when you buy three.

Four day sale Wed-Sat only

  • Perdue split chicken breast, $.98/lb limit two pacakages.
  • Large green peppers, 3/$.98.
  • Dutch Farms brick cream cheese, $.98 limit 3.
  • Nestle morsels, 3/$5.00 limit 3. Use $1.00/2 in the 9/28 SS and get them for $1.17 a bag!
  • Centrella 4 lb granulated or 2 lb light brown or powdered sugar, 3/$5.00 limit three each.
  • Pillsbury 5 lb flour or 48 oz Wesson oil, 3/$5.00 limit 3 each.

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Reader deals 10/6/14

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.

Best Buy

  • Ann shares: “Recently bought 4 kitchen appliances at Best Buy to get the rewards. However because we moved to a home without appliances and Best Buy rep tried to “trick” computer each appliance was delivered a different day. Weeks apart. The fridge, after ordered, was in their backroom (without our name on it) and it was sold!!! (GE SLATE) Waited 6 weeks for a new one. Be careful.”

CVS

  • From liz: “At cvs..If you have a magic machine coupon expires today from a week or 2 ago.. $3.00 off 3 snack twisters which are 2.50 this week…Combine with cvs 1 off 2 store coupon get online..from their site…Combine with 1.50 off 3 Hershey coupon manu. And get 1.00 reward back…who hoo. 1.00 for 3 bags” I think you can only use one store coupon, so the CRT or the printable, but still a great deal at three bags for $2.00 if you have the CRT. Mine printed on Friday and is good through 10/10.

Food 4 Less

  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Just found out that Food4Less in Bolingbrook is shutting it’s doors on November 8th :( Reason being they are not making enough money. How that is even possible I’m not sure, as there is always a line at the registers.”

Jewel

  • From Krystle: “@ Jewel, Fleishmans Simply Homemade Cornbread is on sale for $2. Use the $1/1 mfg from the 9/14RP for $1 per box.”

Kroger

  • Heidi reports: “Kroger has [Seattle's Best] on sale now for $4.99. It might depend on what region you’re in though.”

Meijer

  • Ashley reports on the Dove Catalina/instant savings deal: “It is working beautifully at Meijer.”
  • She adds: “Also remember the [Dove Target printable] which you can use on the two you’re buying!”
  • She also shares: “Starting 10/12 Meijer cleaning products: Buy $5 get $1, Buy $10 get $3, Buy $15 get $5″

Reader requests

  • From maggie: “So is there any [Pledge floor care] in particular that you really like for your wooden floors? We are about to tear up our carpet and use the wood floor underneath so I’m not too familiar with this stuff… This is great timing but I’d like to see if there is one in particular you would recommend. Thank you!”
  • And letsshop asks: “I am looking for laminated floor cleaner &shine ,hope they have a good one ! anyone know for sure ?”

Target

  • Eun points out: “I have a $1 Pledge offer on checkout51 too.”
  • Krystle comments: “Ok consider this a cornbread post… 3 deals in all. 1st @ Target, buy Krusteaz Honey Cornbread $1.52 and use the $0.55 mfg from the 10/5SS and earn $0.75 back from Ibotta. So $0.22 per box but this deal gets better, there is a bonus $0.50 offer if you redeem this offer twice (so I guess FREE after ibotta bonus offer).”
  • And she shares: “Also @ Target All You magazine for $0.69 when you stack the $1/1 mfg printable on coupons.com and the $1/1 Target printable coupon.”

Ultra Foods

  • Another cornbread option from Krystle: “Lastly use the $3/2 Bobs Red Mill mfg @ Ultra for $1.39 per. I now have enough cornbread mix to last me through winter :)”

How about $.51 Betty Crocker cake mix?

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Betty Crocker cake mix is on sale at Ultra Foods for $.88 this week. Use this new $.75/2 Betty Crocker cake mix printable coupon to score two for $1.01, or just $.51 each!

  • If you prefer, the coupon is also good on frosting, which Ultra has on sale for $1.50. So you could buy one cake mix and one frosting for $2.38, use the $.75/2 printable coupon, and pay just $1.63 for both.

If I’d known you were coming, I would have baked a cake! And… um… frosted it. For cheap.

Ultra Foods deals week of 10/1/14 – 10/7/14

Here are the best Ultra Foods deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 10/1/14.

  • I’m using the Lombard ad for these deals, so 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

  • Oreos, $1.88 each when you buy two, limit two offers. Use exp. $.75/2 Nabisco in the 8/10 SS to drop that to two for $3.01, or $1.51 each.
  • Dutch Farms 18 pack large eggs, $1.48 limit 2.
  • Michelina’s Zap’ems, 15 for $10.00. Print $1.00/5 here.
  • 64 oz SunnyD, $.88. Print $1.00/2 here. And print $1.50/2 here. As low as $.26 for two after the $1.50 coupon, or just $.13 each.
  • 20 ct Carrington green or herbal tea, $1.00.
  • Robitussin, $4.88. Use $3.00/1 in the 9/28 RP and get it for $1.88.
  • Sierra Mist or Mountain Dew 2 liters, $.99. $1.00/1 Sierra Mist 12 pack or TWO 2-liters.
  • Select GM cereal: 8.9 oz Cheerios, 10.9 oz Wheaties, 11.8 oz Cocoa Puffs, 3/$5.00 limit three. Buy three, get $1.50 off a gallon of milk with in-store coupon. Use $1.00/2 in the 9/21 SS, $1.00/2 Cheerios in the 8/24 SS, $1.00/3 in the 8/24 SS, exp. $1.00/2 in the 8/3 SS. Print $1.10/2 select cereals here.

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Reader deals 9/25/14

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.

Aldi

  • Lisa shares: “We bought the mums at our store, they are beautiful and HUGE! I know $11.99 may seem high but these are way larger than anywhere else I have seen them. I did notice there were 2 sizes of mums at mine but both ringing at the same price so try and look for the larger ones.”

Online deals

  • A heads up from crystal on the XBox live deal: “I tried purchasing it thru my phone app & it would not apply the discount code. I logged into a PC & I purchased thru there & it did take the 10FORU code.”

Reader requests

  • Tram in Hot Deals is wondering: “Best place to buy pumpkins?”
  • Kristen asks in Hot Deals: “I am starting the Christmas search. I am looking for mens jeans long 34x 38 length. So let me know any sales on jeans for giants! Thanks”
  • And grandma g is wondering: “About the [Jewel] in-ad-prescription coupon, I was excited to finally get a new prescription that I could get filled and get my $25 gift card, (though not excited about needing an antibiotic). On presenting the coupon the pharmacist told me that if you had Medicare D, or a state or federal insurance you could not use it:( He said it had always been that way but in the past they could just ‘override’ it, but now it’s being closely watched. So no gift card for seniors, unless you have some other type of insurance.. It sounds like it’s all stores, or at least all Jewels, not just this one. Anyone else run into this?” I think it is across the board, but I am not positive.

Target

  • SoapboxTray reports: “Target had Gold N’ Plump chicken sausage for $2.99 a pack last week, and a bunch were marked with $1. off manager special coupons, and I also used this: www.goldnplump.com/coupons-and-offers.cfm have to sign up, $1. off any 1 package of Gold n’ Plump ground chicken or chicken sausage. I had printed these a few weeks ago and I was able to print 2 more today. 99¢ a pack. Keep an eye out, I stalk the meat section on my way in to work and have found fabulous deals. Also, someone asked about marking down meats a month or so ago, Mundelein Super Target does his in the morning before shoppers arrive so best time for them is when store opens at 8am. I haven’t been in this week to see if they are still 2.99 a pack btw.”

Ultra Foods

  • Pam says: “If anyone has the prev available $1.50 IP off Breyer, Klondike q, use this week @ Ultra for $1.38 Breyers ice cream. Yum!”

Reader deals 9/24/14

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.

ComboInk

  • Kay shares: “Thanks, I always stock up when they have these…Anyway I do a bunch of $7 orders, as many as a dozen. My printer cartidges are pretty cheap so I could get a few for the coupon amount. I pay the shipping and they are still way cheaper than at Office Max. So even tho I pay shipping on all dozen or so orders, the always ship them all together in one package – and they pocket all that shipping !” Use code mashupmom7 to get $7 off $7!
  • Kari O. also says: “I did that once too and got four orders and laughed when they all came packaged in one bag. Made me feel less bad about taking advantage of their coupon code.”

CVS

  • A find from monica: “you might want to add to your list the metahealth single fiber bars. I’ve found them at cvs for $1.99 and meijer for $1.49. Free with august p &g coupon specifically for metahealth items. A bonus, depending on how many coupons u have, these are included in the digestive health extra buck deal. spend $15 get $3 or spend $30 get $10. You’ll get the $3 once you hit $15 and then $7 more once you hit $30. I’ve been buying these whenever I found them all month long, had I known I would have saved my coupons for this deal, $10 eb for free.

Household organization

Organic milk

  • From jen: “Kalona milk is awesome but really expensive. I also really like traders point creamery which is local to the Chicago area but that’s super expensive too. I generally sick with the store brand organic or organic valley.”
  • And peaches responds: “If you look it up on the Cornucopia website which was just mentioned, they in general give low marks to store brand organic milk. The Kalona is cheap though this week if you have any of the $2 coupons, and buy it at Mariano’s. I think in general Trader’s Point is more expensive than Kalona is. Personally I love oberweis milk, but I only buy it when it is on sale. It is not organic, but it is close.”
  • Sara says: “The Lawrence Ave. Mariano’s carries the Kalona milk, 2% and whole milk varieties.”
  • Christina M. adds: “Standard Market in Westmont and Naperville carry both Sassy Cow and Kalona milk, though we don’t buy the Kalona b/c it has the cream top. I’m so glad that Sassy Cow was rated the 5 stars! I want to say we pay $6.50 a gallon when it’s not on sale.”

Reader requests

  • Don posts on Facebook: “Looking for a carpenter in the Plainfield area to quote an install of a sliding glass door at my residents…. TYIA”
  • Nancy is wondering about the Home Run Inn dock sale: “Do they always have all varieties of pizza available (at least at the start of the event)?  How crowded is this event?  Do you have to show up early to get the variety you want?”
  • DON reports: “This event is done extremely well with plenty of pizzas and quick lines – at least this is my experience”

Sears

  • From peaches: “My three year old LG microwave died on me last week, and so I have been shopping for one. I finally ended up ordering a midsized Kenmore that Consumer Reports liked. Sears has it on sale for $40 off, and so it is $109 through the 27th I believe. I did not find anything else that CR liked that was that reasonable. I found out that part of the problem is that when you go in Best Buy, two thirds of the microwaves they sell right now are over the range ones. It seems like the over the range and the tiny microwaves that sell for $59, are the only ones people are buying right now. I did not find any deals on midsized microwaves on Amazon. I checked for GC for Sears, and all I could find were ones for 4.5% off. Here is a link for the microwave I just bought.

Staples

Ultra Foods

  • Jessyrose says: “A week ago I noticed a P & G mail-in rebate form at the customer service desk at my Town & Country (Ultra) store and grabbed it. This weeks Pantene deal could make for a moneymaker with this rebate! I bought 5 shampoos, 5 conditioners, and 1 styler. Used 3 expired $4 off 2 from 8/17 SS, 1 expired $2 off 1 styler, and 2 printable $4 off 2. Paid $9.68 and submitted for $10 Visa Prepaid card from P & G Back to School. This rebate is only from certain stores, so I don’t know if all of the Ultra Foods stores have it. Rebate program runs through 9/31/14.”