Reader deals 7/28/15

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Reader Deals 7/28/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Amazon

  • Suzann comments on the Fancy Feast cans deal: “That is a deal–I have not seen that price on Fancy Feast cans in a long time(probably a decade) and that was when a store was closing.”

Children’s Place

Focus groups

  • One from northwesternly: “For you “Super Couponers” who can spare the time, just saw this on Craigslist: (posted shortly after midnight, Tues 7/28). $300 for a 4 hr In-Home interview on Super Couponing. “Do you regularly clip coupons and find online deals? Do you have a great way to store and organize the coupons you’ve found? We’d like to learn more from you about how you find the best deals.” Jump & Associates is looking for you. To see more and apply –> http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/etc/5144393988.html — They seem legit; located at 1 N LaSalle, Suite 1800, Chgo.”

Jewel

  • On the Buddig coupon stack, Linda comments: “I had the $1/5 coupon in my my is account, and used the checkout51 offer the other day. They were originally $.79 each at Jewel.”

Mariano’s

  • From letsshop on the $1.00 Crest toothpaste question: “My Mariano’s in Western Springs happened to have about a dozen left at $1 they are not going to carry that particular flavor of paste any longer ,so I was able to buy all the amount that he had left .”

School supplies

  • On the earlier question on brand name school supplies, Rebecca comments: “Yes, when a teacher’s list specifies the brand, it’s for a reason – because they have found it’s the brand that works best, and, as someone noted, because it’s more than likely that it’s all going in a group container anyway. Crayola is always tops. Stay away from Rose Art crayons, and don’t do generic pencils. Your kid will spend more time re-sharpening than writing, LOL.”
  • TracyS concurs: “DO NOT USE THE MARKERS FROM MENARDS!!!! They didnt even all work straight out of the package. As for black pens at Menards, I found some in the Niles/morton grove store.”
  • And Karen says: “The Menards in Hanover Park had plenty of stock for both blue and black pens.”

Target

  • A find from SoapboxTray: “Target has a 20% off Save on clearance car seats, strollers and play yards All clearance items in Dept 30/Class 9. I found a $179. Safety 1st convertible car seat marked down to $50ish and after 20% $43. Can’t find something this nice even on Craigslist for this price. They had some really nice clearanced play yards at the Lake Zurich store and strollers.”
  • A question on the Cartwheel pop deals from ellen: “i have 2 $3.00/1 12 pk coke from mcr. has anyone used coke coupons with this deal? I am wondering if I would get the full $3.00 off 2 of the 12 packs and if it would take the 35% off the full amount or after the coupons.”
  • And from Kari O.: “Yes, Crayola is specifically listed because of its high quality. My teacher friend was complaining about generic “washable” markers that stained kids and had parents upset. Also, it helps prevent parents from buying special hello kitty or spiderman themed markers and then watching the kids freak out when they are all mixed into one group marker bucket. PS: I know you are talking about markers, but in general I believe in using high quality art supplies. http://wgntv.com/2015/07/09/group-finds-asbestos-in-childrens-crayons-toy-crime-lab-kits/ I know it’s pretty unlikely but I would rather not be the parent who buys the cool TMNT crayons instead of Crayola and accidentally exposes the children to asbestos.”

Whole Foods

  • On the Illinois-only Whole Foods deals to celebrate the new Evanston store opening, Judy shares: “There is a $1/1 MC for 16 oz glass bottles of Honest Iced Tea in the Spring Mambo Sprouts booklet that Fresh Thyme gave out making it free. The coupon expires 7/31.”

Reader deals 7/27/15

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Reader Deals 7/27/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Back-to-school Fairs

Hmart

  • From MamaHan: “HMart in IL has a dozen Extra Large Eggs on sale for 2/$2.88, limit two when you use your HMart card. (No charge, just sign up in store.) Chicken drumsticks are also on sale for $.48/lb. Sale runs from 7/24-7/30.
    http://www.hmart.com/company_new/coupon_event_enlarge.asp?loc=IL&num=&lan_type=eng has the online weekly ad for this time period. There are locations in Naperville, Hoffman Estates, and Niles.”

Mariano’s

  • Karen has a question: “I went to Mariano’s today and didn’t see any Crest toothpaste for 1.00. The cheapest I found on sale were priced 1.49 and most were 2.50 or 3.00. Can someone please share which specific ones are on sale for 1.00?”
  • And Caroline asks: “Does anyone know how long the Crest deal will be $1 at Mariano’s?”

Menards

  • On the Menards back-to-school deals, Diane asks: “Has anyone found a Menards with black pens? (The one I went to only had blue pens.)”
  • And Holly asks: “First time shopping for school supplies. If the list says Crayola washable markers I assume there is a reason it says Crayola?? Anyone out there ever used this brand Menards is advertising? Is Crayola really that much better? $0.79 is calling my name!”

Walgreens

  • From seachicago: “I bought something at Walgreens last week (milk & school supplies, I think), and the register printed out a 75 cent coupon for Butterball turkey bacon, which worked out great this week. Check and see if you got one, too!”

Whole Foods

  • On the Illinois Whole Foods deals to celebrate the new Evanston store, peaches comments: “Hi- I live in Evanston, and so I am sure I will check out the new store. They are supposed to have a wine bar, and the store is going to be larger than the two other WF stores in Evanston. The sale definitely underwhelms me though. Hopefully they will have some additional grand opening specials that are only taking place at the new store. Valli’s grand opening sale was much better, but the Evanston Valli store in general underwhelms me”

Illinois Whole Foods deals to celebrate the new Evanston store

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Here are some Whole Foods deals valid only in Illinois stores from 7/29-/15 – 8/4/15 to celebrate the opening of their new Evanston store at 2748 Green Bay Road on 7/29.

  • Cedar’s 16 oz hummus, $3.00. Print $.55/1 here.
  • 4″ fresh fruit tarts, $3.99.
  • 11 oz KIND granola clusters, $3.99.
  • Late July organic multigrain tortilla chips, $2.00.
  • 12 oz Bell & Evans breaded chicken nuggets, BOGO at $7.99.
  • Talenti gelato pops, $3.99.
  • Wild caught fresh swordfish steak, $17.99/lb.
  • Honest organic iced tea, $1.00.
  • Alba Botanica Hawaiian face care towelette 10 ct, $.99.
  • Organic sweet onions grown in Nevada $3.99 each.

Whole Foods deals week of 7/22/15 – 7/28/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 7/22/15 – 7/28/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals this week

  • California organic peaches, $2.98/lb.
  • Lifeway kefir, $2.69. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Pasture raised boneless beef chuck steak, $5.99/lb.
  • Whole Foods country wheat bread, $2.99.
  • Seventh Generation baby wipes, $2.00.
  • Whole Foods key lime pound cake, $2.99.
  • Roth Kase havarti, $3.99 each.
  • Biokleen laundry detergent, $7.99.
  • Dr. in the Kitchen seedsters, $3.99.
  • Organic India organic Tulsi tea, $3.39.
  • Tasty Bite organic rice, $2.00. Print $1.00/1 Tasty Bite product or another $1.00/1 Tasty Bite here. If you still have the $2.00/3 Whole Foods coupon from last month’s Whole Deal, stack that as well!
  • Pop Art gourmet popcorn, $3.00.
  • San-J gluten free sauces, $2.50. Print $.55/1 here.
  • Sir Kensington’s gourmet mayo, $3.99.

Whole Foods deals week of 7 /15/15 – 7/21/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 7/15/15 – 7/21/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals this week

  • Italian bread, $2.99.
  • Cake slices, $2.00 each.
  • Take & bake pastas for two, $7.99.
  • Biokleen liquid laundry detergent, $7.99. Print $1.50/1 here.
  • Dr. in the Kitchen seedsters, $3.99.
  • Seventh Generation baby wipes, $2.00.
  • Tasty Bite organic rice, $2.00. Print $1.00/1 Tasty Bite product or another $1.00/1 Tasty Bite here. If you still have the $2.00/3 Whole Foods coupon from last month’s Whole Deal, stack that as well!
  • Pop Art gourmet popcorn, $3.00.
  • Sir Kensington’s gourmet mayo, $3.99.
  • KIND bars, $1.25.
  • Desert Essence toothpaste, $3.99.
  • Artisan Bistro entree bowls, $3.00.
  • Lifeway kefir, $2.69. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Made Right Here ready to cook beef burgers, $5.99/lb.
  • Wild caught Bairdi crab cluster, $12.99/lb.
  • Organic heirloom tomatoes, $3.98/lb. Get $.20 back on Ibotta.

Whole Foods deals week of 7/8/15 – 7/14/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 7/8/15 – 7/14/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals this week

  • Organic pluots, $2.98/lb.
  • Kevita Master Brew Kombucha, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here. Check Ibotta for $1.00 back.
  • New Zealand lamb shoulder chops, $5.99/lb.
  • Jolly Llama sorbet pops, $3.69. Print a BOGO coupon here and get two for $3.69, or $1.85 each.
  • Whole Foods Seeduction bread, $3.99.
  • Ready to cook wild salmon burger, $3.99 each.
  • Third Street organic tea, $1.25.
  • Whole Foods cobblers and crisps, $2.99 each.
  • Udi’s hamburger buns, $3.69.
  • ALO aloe drink, $1.50.
  • Beanitos bean chips, $2.50.
  • Earth Friendly ECOS laundry detergent, $8.99.
  • Plum Organics baby food, $1.25. Print $1.00/2 here. Or print $1.00/1 here.
  • Tasty Brands organic sandwich cookie, $3.50.
  • Nubian Heritage raw shea butter soap, $2.50.
  • Fayette Creamery raw milk cheddar cheese spreads, $4.99.
  • Applegate Farms organic sliced turkey with herbs, $4.99. $1.00/1 Applegate deli meat.
  • Kiss My Face bare naked body mist SPF 30, $11.99.

Whole Foods deals week of 7/1/15 – 7/7/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 7/1/15 – 7/7/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals this week

  • Atlantic sea scallops, $14.99/lb.
  • French round bread or 6 pack Kaiser rolls, $2.99 .
  • Kevita Master Brew Kombucha, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Jolly Llama sorbet pops, $3.69. Print a BOGO coupon here and get two for $3.69, or $1.85 each.
  • Udi’s hamburger buns, $3.69.
  • ALO aloe drink, $1.50.
  • Volvic spring water, $1.25.
  • Beanitos bean chips, $2.50.
  • Earth Friendly ECOS laundry detergent, $8.99.
  • Plum Organics baby food, $1.25. Print $1.00/2 here. Or print $1.00/1 here.
  • Third Street organic tea, $1.25.
  • Ready to cook wild salmon burger, $3.99 each.
  • Naturalissima sliced salami, $3.99 each.
  • Andrew & Everett sliced cheese, $3.99 each.
  • Nubian Heritage raw shea butter soap, $2.50.
  • Kiss My Face bare naked body mist SPF 30, $11.99.

Reader deals 6/27/15

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Reader Deals 6/27/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

ALDI

  • Jill says: “The [$5/$30] Aldi coupon was also on Friday’s Daily Herald.”

Amazon

Best Buy

Coupons

  • On today’s inserts, Lin shares: “No $1.00/1 Eckrich coupon:( My milk coupon was for Dean’s (at Walgreens for $2.49 starting 6/28). All of the other coupons listed above are included plus; $1.00/2 Butterball Turkey Bacon (on sale at Walgreens starting 6/28 for $1.29). $4.00/1 Schick disposable razor pack, $3.00/1 Schick Hydro razor or refill, $1.00/2 Skintimate shave gel or cream.”

Freebies

  • Samantha shares free career books from Educents (not sure about shipping, since you have to create an account to find out) and reminds us about Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (not available in my areas, but perhaps in yours).
  • Check out comments here for more ideas for free and cheap children’s activities this summer. (I’ll be updating the post soon with these and more!)

Jewel

  • On the free Barilla Pronto Pasta offer, Valentina S. will make it a money maker for you: “There is $.20 Ibotta back on any brand pasta.”
  • And Artie notes: “I shop at Jewel in Munster,In where the Pub Burgers are sold by weight,2.99lb, vs IL where they are $1.50 a piece this weekend. I noticed a significant difference in the weight of 4 burger packages. They ranged anywhere from 5.50lbs to 6.25lbs from the few I looked at. Same held true for 2 burger packages. If I were in Illinois I would weigh the packages before I buy them.”
  • And feelgood replies: “I bought a few last weekend from the display case and asked to have them packaged two on each tray. The first package weighed way under a pound. I told that to the meat clerk, she put those two burgers back (for the next person), then picked out larger pieces for me to make sure each package of two weighed at least a pound. Rachel also brought up this issue a few weeks ago.”

Meijer

  • From Tina: “In the papers I picked up today at the Montgomery Menards there was a single page flyer for $5 off $50 at Meijer valid 7/1-7/4. It says the coupon can be clipped on mperks as well.” Not yet, but probably when we get closer!

Sam’s Club

Target

  • If you are looking for the summer savings booklets, SoapboxTray suggests: “Sometimes they pass them out at my local Super Target (Mundelein) Saturdays… other times I can find them at the checkout or customer service. Other times I just can’t find them! lol… I would start at the CS.”

Walgreens

  • At Walgreens starting 6/28, from Wendy: “$1.29 eggs!!! :-)”

Walmart

Whole Foods

  • Valentina S. found: “Saffron simmer sauces are on sale 2/$5.00 at WF through 6/30. There is $1.00 off coupon on Hopster, boostable. There is $1.00 back on Ibotta and on Snap. Ibotta offer reset for me. I did this deal again and got a $.50 bonus for redeeming two Saffron Road products on Ibotta. Snap offer has no limit.”