Here’s a deal on Scott 1000 TP for your morning: Pick up this big 20 roll pack of Scott 1000 bath tissue for $13.63 from Walmart, with free in store pickup or free shipping at $50. It’s a decent price without having to mess with coupons or cash back, and if you stack up a few more household items for the free shipping, you don’t have to lug it home from the store. This should last a while…
Wow! A twin pack of 12 lb Royal Oak charcoal briquets is currently running just $5.00 at Walmart with free in store pickup. This is a great price for this product, so stock up on this end-of-season sale now if you’re a fan.
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Have you guys tried these Kidfresh frozen meals with hidden veggies yet? Here’s a little more on Kidfresh and a cash back offer, so let me know what your kids think of them if you do give them a try:
With the back-to-school season in full swing, and days filled with school, homework and after-school activities, we know as busy parents you’re pressed for time. To help make mealtimes a little easier, it’s Kidfresh to the rescue, with a twist on kids’ favorite meals.
Kidfresh is the best in kids nutrition, without any artificial ingredients, plus every meal includes hidden veggies. They come in some of kids’ favorite foods and are made with simple ingredients so it’s something you can trust and your child will love to eat.
These meals are so convenient for those busy back-to-school weeknights and are ready to eat in just minutes!
Jump start your busy week with a trip to Walmart and take advantage of this offer to earn $1.00 Cash Back on any TWO Kidfresh Meals. Click here to redeem the offer
*Offer live 9/14 – 10/5
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Thirsty? It’s still warm here in Chicago, so take a look at this Walmart Rollback deal:
Enjoy more for less with Snapple®’s $1.50 Rollback on 64 Oz. Bottles at Walmart
Buy Snapple 64 oz. Peach, Diet Peach, and Kiwi Strawberry for only $1.50 (was $1.98) from now until November 30th at Walmart. Make Time for Snapple®!
I think it’s rarer to find a deal on a kids’ wooden work bench than on a wooden kitchen, and this one is so cute! Pick up this Wooden Workshop kids’ workbench for just $39.99 shipped — it’s on the Walmart site, but from a 3rd party seller offering free shipping — or on Amazon right now for $39.95 shipped. Get a start on holiday shopping!
- Set includes various wooden tools such as a saw, hammer, wrench screwdriver, and clamp
- Made out of real wood increasing its durability and safety
- Provides tool rack to hang tools and a lower tray to hold additional hardware
- Instructional booklet is provided to inspire the construction of different models
- Dimensions are: 24″(L) x 19″(W) x 26″(H) making it perfect for any child
Prices on Amazon often change quickly; this price is current as of the time and date of this post. Be sure to check out all of our great Amazon deals!
I’m thinking this $2.00/1 Charmin Basic coupon is a good one to print before it disappears — this goes on sale all the time. I was also Googling around to try to find an everyday price, and saw that Walmart lists a 9 triple roll pack for $5.89. That would be $3.89 after coupon, or 14.4 cents per single roll equivalent.
Reader deals 9/3/16: Here are some of the deals, heads up, and requests you shared recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
- Email Rachel: [email protected]
- Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
- Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page or in the Hot Deals group.
- Letsshop points out: “Remember before you print Challenge butter coupons ,each package has coupons for75 inside package good till 2017″
- From Charlene on the 1st: “The three gas stations in Bolingbrook, on Barber’s corner (Boughton and 53rd) has $1.99/ gal gas again today. The stations are Citgo, Shell and speedway”
- Valentina S. points out on the Big Book deals that: “I printed the previously available $1/1 O organic coupons on different days, but they all had expiration date 9/1/16.” Post has been updated — hope you all got a chance to use yours!
- On the free yogurt, Jackie comments: “I clipped this on Savingstar today. I wonder if they will give the credit on a free item?”
- Valentina S. replies: “When I activated Savingstar $1/1 off Tiny Toast cereal, and they were subsequently free at Jewel, I didn’t get a credit even though I scanned the box bar code in store, and the box qualified for the offer.”
- Lisa commented with one to keep an eye out for: “The Jewel in Algonquin had Charmin basic 12 double rolls on clearance for $3.99 & there’s a $1 coupon on mymixx.”
- April comments on the Yellow Tail wine rebate: “Yellow Tail $18 rebate expired yesterday. $15 rebate in newer, it’s expires 9.30.16
I found a tag today. Instantly save $2.00 on a purchase of chicken when buying a bottle of Yellow Tail wine. Can combine it with rebate to make up for $3 difference”
- Lisa asks on the denim deal: “Anyone know if this can be rolled like a couple of years ago & if the children’s/babies clearance is an extra 50% off?”
- From Juli: “Hi Readers, I’m looking for any deals on the Nintendo WiiU. Thanks in advance!”
- Kristin shares: “Owen Elementary PTA Children’s RESALE Event!!Saturday, September 24, 2016 (7:00 am-11:00 am) – HALF PRICE SALE 11:30-1:00pmTickets will be handed out at 6am at Door 6Our RESALE features gently used Children’s Spring/Summer clothing (sizes 0 to 20), sports equipment, uniforms, shoes, strollers, bikes, swimwear, DVDs, books, puzzles, baby gear, maternity and teen formal dresses!
Check, cash and credit cards accepted ($2 service fee for charges)
Bring a basket to carry your items!
Please NO strollers in sale area and please do not bring in food or drinks.
Owen Elementary School Gymnasium
1560 Westglen Drive
Naperville, IL 60565
DIRECTIONS TO OWEN: From the intersection of 75th Street and Route 59: go east on 75th Street to Modaff, go right (south) on Modaff to Bailey, go right (west) on Bailey. The school will be down 1 block at the intersection of Bailey and Westglen.
If you have an questions please contact us at [email protected]
Or our Facebook page group: Owen Elementary PTA Children’s Resale”
- Something to look for at Sam’s Club if you’re going — Coreena found 18 ct eggs for $.92 at the Gurnee location on 9/1.
- Linda posted on Facebook that: “I know I wasn’t the only one looking for cheap Santas Village tickets…. They’re back on the Radio Shopping Show (WBIG1280) for $11 each.. They were going fast, so if u want some, don’t wait!”
- And Kristin replies: “I think wrmn has them too.”
- Liz comments on the 2017 Six Flags season pass deal: “On a related note I received an invite for a bonus 5% Cashback if I use my Discover card. Not sure if this link will work for anyone else (it’s referral free) https://www.discover.com/credit-cards/exclusives/sixflags-landing.html“
- Also from Liz: “The season’s dining pass is also on sale. Normally $199.99 it is on sale for $69.99.COMPLETE LIST OF PRODUCT BENEFITS
Free Premium upgrade provides free Sport Bottle with unlimited soft drinks all season
Free Premium upgrade lets you eat at every Six Flags theme park
SALE BONUS: 20% off most merchandise all season
Lunch, dinner and a snack each visit
Multiple restaurants to choose from
Valid through the end of the 2016 season & all of 2017 season
Wide selection of entrees, sides and snacks
Flexibility to replace a meal with a snack
We had it from the Labour Day weekend promotion last year on one card and thought we had wasted our money as it was impossible to use that weekend or during FrightFest as the lines were 1-2 hours long to get food. It has paid for itself with these past few visits. Will probably load it on two cards this year.”
- And from Tracy s: “I had a pass last year, and it was very worthwhile for me, as I had 2 kids who received the free pass from 6 flags’ reading program and one who was too old. He went on the bring a friend for free day. Parking is $25, so even if you plan to go once, it’s cheaper than a day pass. My additional savings as a current pass holder? a whopping $1, BUT they are throwing in a single day admission for the 2017 season, so I’m getting a new pass.”
- Julissa comments on signing up for PineCone Research that: “I’ve been doing them for a while. You won’t get rich, but it’s a little extra cash :)”
- From kitty: “Tonys in Niles has Driscolls organic blueberries 4.4 oz priced at 2/$4. They rang up 2/$3, so I got them for 50c each after my $1 coupons.”
- Bobbi comments on the Vera Bradley 50% off + free shipping sale that: “If you shop at outlet shop you get an additional 20% off.”
- From feelgood on this week’s Walgreens deals: “Watch for those store Catalinas offering 5000 BR points with a $15 purchase, I’ve received several in the past few weeks. Went to Walgreens last night to pick up the free 8×10 photo print and was hoping to get another store Catalina…sure enough, got one! There’s also an online digital store coupon for 7000 points when you spend $20.
Works great when you have high value manufacturer coupons (like OxiClean this week and Glade next week), spend $4-$5 and get 5000 or 7000 BR points.”
- From Patti on the Heinz ketchup deal: “If you only need one ketchup and don’t mind dealing with coupons to avoid high fructose corn syrup, Walmart has the French’s (NO high fructose corn syrup) 38 ounce ones for $2.97. There is a $1.00 off printable available on coupons.com plus .75 back from Checkout 51, so only $1.24.”
Reader deals 8/26/16: Here are some of the deals, heads up, and requests you shared recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
- Email Rachel: [email protected]
- Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
- Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page or in the Hot Deals group.
- In response to yesterday’s question about propane refills, from Terri J: “The Berkots in Lockport has had propane refills for $16.99 all summer. Might see it lower for the holiday.”
- Janet shares: “Found Otis Spunkmeyer’s 3-pack muffins on sale for $2.49 at Caputo’s. With coupon, only 0.50.”
- Check your email — Elizabeth shares on Facebook: “I received a Carson’s email with a 10 off 10…hate those because of restrictions but this has NO restrictions…per the cashier you can even use it on doorbusters. I got a $35 top for my vacation in December for $4.00 after clearance”
- On the Kashi bars that are $1.00 at CVS this week, kitty comments: “There’s a Kashi MQ in a recent insert that works on the individual Kashi bars.”
- Pam found: “Right now you can get a free scoop of ice cream from Baskin-Robbins! All you have to do is download their free mobile app and sign in to a new account. Then you can claim a coupon for a free scoop of ice cream!”
- And Valentina S. adds to this week’s Kmart app freebie that: “Mobisave has $.10 back on any brand paper plates, 20 ct. or larger.”
- Heads up from Alicia on the seven Friday freebies today: “Watch your receipts; two of my items didn’t take the full amount off.”
- And seachicago says: “Be patient with the Mariano’s site, the coupons are loading *slowwwww*, but they do load eventually. I’m sure there’s a lot of traffic on that site today! 🙂”
- Valentina S. points out: “When I loaded Mariano’s coupons this morning, I noticed that chips are 2.625-3.5 oz. Ibotta any brand chips rebate won’t work, but there is $0.10 back on MobiSave on any brand chips 3 oz. or larger. I also found $0.10 back on Mobisave on jam or jelly any brand, no size restriction.”
- From feelgood on the $5/$50 on some Meijer mPerks: “Saw your post earlier and then your update, this wasn’t on my account either. But there is an even better mPerks coupon offer, and I believe not targeted: $5.00 Off Your Purchase of $50 or More in Meijer Gift Cards. Combine that with the $3 reward for spending $50 in gift cards (clip in the Rewards category), and your net cost is $42 for a $50 Meijer gift card. Plus you don’t have to spend $50 on Foods in one transaction during a two-day period as shown in the post above.”
- Also from feelgood: “If you have a $5 off $50 Meijer Gift Card Catalina coupon that prints randomly, stack that with the Meijer Gift Card $5 off $50 mPerks, then you’re only paying $40. Add the $3 mPerk Reward for $50 in gift cards, your net cost is now $37 for a $50 Meijer gift card. Wasn’t sure the paper coupon would stack with the mPerks, but tried it last night and both came off without cashier intervention. Receipt shows: mPerks Offer 5.00 off Gift Card Coupon 5.00 off”
- Joe asks: “Last Saturday while Shopping at Meijer the lady in front of me in the queue bought a meijer gift card for $15 and 2 greetings cards – one for 3.99 and another for 2.49. The Catalina offers started to print and at least eight of them printed. Two of them were $3 on next order purchase.. I was curious (but afraid of getting misunderstood) to ask, but did not. Does not anyone know what the deal is and how long it may still be on?”
- A heads up on the super cheap peanut butter, from Karen: “I went this morning and did 4 separate transactions went back this evening to get 4 more but noticed the BB date was July 26, 2016 when I got home I checked the dates on the jars I purchased this morning and the same July 26th BB date on them took them back and they gave me a refund I asked if they wanted the catalinas back she said no so I made out on the deal, but I don’t have any peanut butter, so check the Best By dates if you find any”
- In response to yesterday’s remodeling question, from Kim: “I remodeled my shower in April, custom ordered a Swanstone base from Menards. You can see a full floor model at places like Crawford Supply in Itasca. Love the Swanstone, replaced one that was installed in 1995, no structural damage, just faded and worn from use. When I ordered from Menards website, it said it would take 4 weeks, but it came down from WI in about 8 days!”
- Jodi spotted a deal: “At ultra today, miracle whip is on sale for 1.98 wyb5, they had 1.00 peelies on them making them .98 each.”
- Letsshop shares that there’s a 25% off Walgreens Super Savings pass good Sat. 8/27-Sun. 8/28. 25% off regular price items, exclusions apply. Print for use in store here, or use online with code SUPER25.
- From Jennifer on the easy Aussie & aspirin money makers at Walgreens: “Check to see if you have another $3/2 coupon for Aussie. I did this yesterday, used both coupons and got $4.00 back from Ibotta.”
- And feelgood adds: “Also check if you have a “2,000 points when you spend $10 in Hair Care” paperless coupon to clip on walgreens.com, if you’re buying all four Aussie products and using both Aussie coupons.”
- In response to yesterday’s question about price matching ALDI chicken prices, from letsshop: “I have a Aldi’s right across from a Walmart store and match every week their prices and other stores ,save times and extra walking on a bad pair of knee’s that need to be replaced soon ! hope they never stop matching prices , hate the store but love the convince (:”
Where else can you get a whole 18 piece nonstick cookware set for just $29.98 but Walmart, where you have your choice of black or red on this Mainstays cookware deal. Free in store pickup or free shipping at $50, and a great starter set for your college kid!
Heads up: Walmart has very quietly discontinued their local competitor ad match policy at an additional 300 stores as of August 1, 2016 — following their initial wave of 500 Walmart stores that stopped price matching back in June. They’re not choosing to release a list of the stores that will no longer ad match, so the only way to know if yours has stopped price matching is by seeing blue signs at the register as shown on the Consumerist article here.
Please comment here if your store is one of the now 800 total that has discontinued ad matching.