Whole Foods deals week of 1/28/15 – 2/3/15

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Here are a few Whole Foods deals for the week of 1/28/15-2/3/15. 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 location; 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 recently changed their coupons structure and now they seem to vary slightly by store, and not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods is also running Illinois-only specials this week in honor of their new store opening.

Whole Foods deals week of 1/28/15

  • Whole Foods French round bread, $2.99.
  • Ready to cook shrimp or lobster egg roll, $1.00 each.
  • Dr. Kracker Snackers, $2.50.
  • Conventional avocados, $1.00 each.
  • 24 oz Whole Foods soups excludes hot & organic BOGO at $7.99.
  • Whole Foods savory dips, $1.99-$2.99.
  • Hardbite potato chips, $2.00.
  • 14.1 oz Glutino pretzel twists, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Beanitos bean puffs, $2.50. Get $1.00 back on Ibotta.
  • Late July organic tortilla chips, $2.00.
  • 64 oz Good Karma flaxmilk, $3.00.
  • Earth Friendly window cleaner, $2.50.

New Whole Foods opens tomorrow + Illinois only deals

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If you’re in Chicago you might want to check out the grand opening celebration at the new Whole Foods Market Streeterville, which opens tomorrow 1/28. To celebrate their new store, here are some Illinois-only sales running 1/28/15 – 2/3/15:

  • Mexico avocados, $1.00 each.
  • Euroclassic Brioche, $3.99.
  • Uniekass Robusto aged Gouda cheese, $9.99/lb.
  • 31/40 ct responsibly farmed cooked shrimp, $9.99/lb.
  • 12 oz Bell & Evans breaded chicken tenders, BOGO at $7.99.
  • 24 oz Whole Foods Market savory soups (excludes organic), BOGO at $3.99 (I think; it’s fuzzy).
  • 30 ct Adora calcium chocolate, BOGO at $9.99.
  • 16 oz Garden of Eatin’ tortilla chips, $3.50.

More new stores opening this year

Whole Foods will be opening more Chicago-area locations this year. See details on all the upcoming new stores here.

Reader Deals 1/21/15

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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: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • 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.

Coke Rewards

  • Liz asks, “I received my 4 free 12packs from mycokes rewards today..does anyone know of a sale like buy 4 get 1 free or something to stretch it even further”

Coupons

  • Suzann reports, “The Tide with oxy coupon appears to be out again for $4.00 in the  upcoming PG insert  this weekend. Last time this was regional and Randall’s had the 105 loads for $7.99–so $3.99 for 105 loads.  I did this 8 times so I am  more than set for several years!!”

Jewel

  • From Christina on Facebook, “My Jewel isn’t listed as one of the stores having the special pricing but it always has it. I’m in Chicago, Clark/Howard.”

Office Depot

  • Seachicago found some deals, “all Christmas/Hanukkah-themed packages of paper were marked down to 25 cents at the one near my house (city south).  These are the (approx.) 50 page packs that you might use for a holiday newsletter, etc.  Some had foil designs and were quite nice; I got a couple packs that were “letterhead kits”: 10 sheets + 10 envelopes + 25 seals, all very festive! Also had some Crayola on the clearance rack.  Picked up a couple 7 oz. variety packs of Model Magic for $5.91/ea.”

Reader Requests

  • Rachel answers a request from Seachicago, ” you can also find the Cartwheel tips linked at the top of every weekly Target deals post.”
  • Darlene also answers a request, “Melissa — re: Merrillville Meijer and the Target Coupons: I’ve really never had any trouble at the Merrillville Meijer, aside from ignorance and a little attitude.  They’ve always taken the Target coupons.  Print a copy of coupon policy or have it available to read on your phone?Quite often I have to explain the stack, a coupla times I’ve had to go to customer service, and almost always, there is some eye-rolling and sighing done by cashiers at this store.   I have a couple of cashiers that I will not use there at all — coupons or not. I find it a general Merrillville attitude (Why I REFUSE to go into the Merrillville Walmart AT ALL!)  In defense of Merrillville, tho’, the Target by the mall cannot be beat for customer service..  hands down one of the best in the area.  Go figure! Do you have the option of heading to the Meijer on Indpls Blvd in Highland — I find for a large shopping trip, or if I’m going that way anyway, I much prefer that store to the Rt 30 one.”

Schnucks

  • Debbie found a Schnuck’s deal, “The Pillsbury Grand Biscuits at our Champaign Schnuck’s is $1.50.

Walgreens

  • Kitty sent this, “Wet n Wild is BOGO50% at Walgreens. I bought 6 nail polishes that were on sale for 99c. They rang up  99+49+99+49+99+49 ( $4.44). I used 4-$1 coupons (1/18 SS) and paid 44c + tax for 6 items. The coupons scanned ” beeplessly.””

Whole Foods

  • Peaches comments on Whole Foods Weekly Deals, “The Whole Foods in downtown Evanston does not carry the Alexia smart fries.  All they seem to carry now are the regular fries and the sweet potato fries.  They do not even carry the healthy Alexia sliced potatoes that they used to carry.  I think they are carrying the Earthbound farms frozen potatoes instead, which of course were I believe $4.99 Monday.”

Whole Foods deals week of 1/21/15 – 1/27/15

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Here are a few Whole Foods deals for the week of 1/21/15 – 1/27/15. Whole Foods has a 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 location; 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 recently changed their coupons structure and now they seem to vary slightly by store, and not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 1/21/15

  • Whole Foods Market sourdough bread, $2.99.
  • 8 oz crumbled blue cheese, $2.99.
  • 17.5 oz C2O pure coconut water, $1.69.
  • Fig Food soup pouches, $3.00.
  • Dr. In the Kitchen organic Seedsters, $3.50.
  • 4 pack Good Belly probiotic juice drink, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Late July organic tortilla chips, $2.50.
  • 15 oz Nutiva organic coconut manna, $7.39.
  • A find from peaches — not sure when this sale ends, so please comment if you spot tags. (This week’s flyer shows organic sweet potato fries for $3.50, but doesn’t list the price of potato fries.) “I was just in Whole Foods yesterday, and they have some of their Alexia fries on sale for $2.50, and there is a $1 coupon in the whole deals book, which you can combine with the $1 printable, and so $.50 fries. The sweet potato fries are on sale for $3.50, and so they would be $1.50 after deducting the two coupons.” Use $.55/1 smart classics fries in the 1/18 SS or print $1.00/1 here, and stack with the Whole Deal coupon for $2.00 off one bag.
  • 1/23 – 1/25 only: Evolution Fresh cold pressed juices, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • 1/23 – 1/25 only: Buy Whole Trade bananas, get 50% off 8.5 oz Amazing Grass organic wheat grass powder (reg. $26.99).
  • The regular price of Dream mocha lattes is about $1.99. Use the $1.00/1 coupon here or $1.00/1 here stacked with the $1.00/1 Whole Deal coupon to get it free.
  • Hip 2 Save is reporting 32 oz Rice Dream on price cut for $2.00 through 1/27 (may vary by region). Use the $1.00/1 coupon here or $1.00/1 here stacked with the $1.00/1 Whole Deal coupon to get it free.
  • All Natural Savings is reporting Beyond Meat “chicken” strips on sale for $3.99 through 1/27 (may vary by region). Use the $1.00/1 printable coupon here and the $1.00/1 Whole Deal coupon. Pay $1.99 and get back $1.00 from Ibotta and $1.00 from BerryCart for a net cost of free.
  • All Natural Savings is also reporting Enjoy Life Plentils on sale for $2.50 through 1/27 (may vary by region). Use the $.75/1 printable coupon here + the $1.00 Whole Deal coupon to pay $.75. Get $1.00 back from Ibotta for a little money maker.

Reader Deals 1/17/15

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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: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • 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.

Aldi

  • Caroline comments, “Check your Aldi because most Christmas stuff like the cookie kits and cake mixes were .10 this morning.”

Costco

Heads Up

  • Becky and Smart Shopper report, “The $10/10 JCP has ended.”

Jewel

Kingsoopers

Reader Requests

  • Debbie asks, “Do all the Walgreen’s do rapid reward points?  I’ve been doing the points since they started the program and I’ve never heard of it.  I shop in the Champaign area.”Reader Requests
  • Jadeyzma answers, “Debbie, I think that she means “Balance Rewards”, not “Rapid Rewards” for Walgreens”
  • Jennifer asks, “Where can I find food 4less coupon match up sites?”
  • Rachel replies, “SouthSuburbanSavings.com does matchups occasionally, but no longer regularly”

Target

  • From Kari, “If anyone is traveling North to Wisconsin today, the Target in Pleasant Prairie features 98¢ Barilla Pasta! Shells with White Fiber, Veggie Penned and Whole Grain Thin Spaghetti! I did 11 boxes, used (4) $1/2 and (1) $1/3 IP. Paid $5.78 and got back $5 giftcard. But watch out for the stingy old lady cashier without makeup or hair products. She fought with me and kept insisting she HAD to reduce my coupons to 98¢ instead of a full $1 because the product was only 98¢….. Grr.”

Whole Foods

  • Liz shared this, “I went to my eye Dr. recently and got contacts but wanted glasses as well. He told me an option instead of buying glasses. He said to get readers (2.50) but not to buy them at cvs or walgreens but to buy them at whole foods or barnes and noble only. He said the lenses were a better quality at these 2 places for readers. I have been looking for about 5 weeks for a sale and on Park ridge facebook page (Whole Foods) there is a 3 day sale that started today the 16th. Buy one get one free. They run $30.00 for one pair.”

Whole Foods deals week of 1/14/15 – 1/20/15

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Here are a few Whole Foods deals for the week of 1/14/15 – 1/20/15. Whole Foods has a tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours.

Whole Foods deals week of 1/14/15

  • If you have an American Express Blue Cash Card, sign up and use it at Whole Foods through 2/15 for an extra 2% cash back.
  • Boneless beef stew meat, $4.99/lb.
  • Bakery ancient grain bread, $3.99.
  • 5 lb organic bagged apples, $5.98.
  • 17.5 oz C2O pure coconut water, $1.79.
  • Fig Food soup pouches, $3.00.
  • Doctor in the Kitchen organic Seedsters, $3.50.
  • Alexia organic sweet potato fries, $3.50. Use the $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon here.
  • 4 pack Good Belly probiotic juice drink, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Late July organic tortilla chips, $2.50.
  • 15 oz Nutiva organic coconut manna, $7.39.

Reader Deals 1/9/15

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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: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • 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.

Heads Up

  • Christine sent this deal, “The Salvation Army Store in Glendale Heights [North Avenue & Bloomingdale Road] has all winter coats 50% off. I scored a NWT OshKoshB’gosh coat [size 7] for $4.03. Noticed several other coats [mostly Faded Glory brand] NWT & overall had a good selection of used coats, too, most of which you can get for less than $5 [after discount].”
  • llamalluv comments on the Turbo Tax Deal, “It also no longer covers the Schedule C, which is the form used by most Sole Proprietors, despite what it says on their Amazon listing. So, if you do any kind of home sales (like Pampered Chef, or 31 Bags, or Dove Choclatiers) or if you run a little side business (say dog walking or making and selling crafty items), you’ll need to pay more to get the forms you need.”

Jewel

  • Dave commented on Jewel deals from you — Salad, Marzetti dressing, Grapefruit, Clearance…“Actually the Marzetti coupon (at least in my paper) is .75 off so even better!! And the Farmland sausage $3.49 / get free eggs deal at Jewel – .75 off sausage in the 12/7 S1″
  • Heavensake adds, “For grapefruit, I just saw Snap has 50c off sweet Scarlett’s.”
  • Outlander says, “I bought 6 of those Nestle tins, but they were on sale for 2/$4 at my store. I asked why they weren’t $1.49 like in other stores, they said that different stores can price differently. They ALL have $1.50 Q inside. So it’s not bad at 50 cents either. :)”
  • From Letsshop, “My store is taking them apart and selling them separately to make extra money !Talked to manager and he could care less what other stores are doing with the tins ): what area is Outlander seeing them?”
  • Stacey answers Letsshop, “Mine are at Sugar Grove Jewel on Rt 47, yes the boondocks :)”
  • Ellen says, “check your printable coupons. i had some for $1/1 farmland sausage.”

Meijer

  • Jenny says, “Don’t know if this was already mentioned… Suave is a great deal [at Meijer]! Buy 2 items (1.50 and up) get $2 off instantly. Big shampoo (the basic kind) is 1.50. Buy 2 you are at $3 with $2 off for cost of $1 for 2 or .50 each!”
  • Feelgood reports on the Meijer Weekly Deals, “Check your mPerks. Found a $5.00/10 Lean Cuisine manufacturer coupon on mine, expires 1/31/2015. Also a $1.00/5 Yoplait 6 oz Original or Light Yogurt manufacturer coupon, expires 2/14/2015. And a $1.00/2 manufacturer coupon for Kraft dressing on mPerks.”
  • Hollis found this deal, “If you shop at Meijer check the clearance section in health/beauty. They had a ton of tresemme shampoo and conditioner for $2.09 and there was a $2.00 coupon (not sure which insert it was from) making it only $.09 and they had Axe deodorant for $3.11 and when it rang up it took $1.00 of each for the Buy 2 Save $2 instantly deal and there is a $2/1 Axe deodorant coupon making these $.11 each. This was at the St Charles Meijer”
  • Juli says, “Snapware containers are B1G1 free.. There’s a recent $1 off coupon (I don’t know which insert)” It’s in 1/4 SS2.
  • Don comments on mperks clearance coupons, “BTW, MOST clearance items were getting an additional 25% off clearance price and then also reduced by the MPERK 15-25% …. turns out to be a 42% discount off clearance…..”

Online Shopping

  • Kari commented on the Batman car seat, “My husband found this at Burlington Coat Factory and my 2 yr old son loooooooves it. As creepy as it is, I think we might end up getting it someday. lol”
  • Jonathan adds to the Neoprene face mask thread, “Follow up: Ordered last night 1/8/15 and received notice this morning 1/9/15 that they had shipped. Got excited until I read when I could expect them. Long way away from Prime Shipping. Your estimated delivery date is: Tuesday, February 3, 2015 – Thursday, February 19, 2015″

Reader Requests

  • Celmaire answers a question from yesterday on the cereal deal, “I saw the gluten  free special k at ultra.”
  • Nikki adds, “If you’re going to do the cereal deal at Meijer, & you’re buying Frosted Flakes, & you have an Ultra nearby, you may want to purchase at Ultra. The box at Ultra is 15 oz, at Meijer, it’s 10-something.”
  • Debbie sends a suggestion to a question from yesterday on what to do with left over spaghetti sauce, “Yes freeze it.  Put it in a quart ziplock bag.  Goes for any small amount of chilli, spaghetti sauce the bag.  Peel or cut off the bag BEFORE you thaw.  Much easier.”
  • Karen adds, “I freeze mine in ice cube trays and defrost the cubes as needed.”
  • Debbie also has a question, “Wondering if anyone has had an experience with any of those home warranties? Used to have a sub to Angie’s List and they had a few bad reviews. TIA”
  • A question from Sharon, “I live in NW Indiana and was wondering if anyone was going to start their garden this year from seed, indoors? I want to start my plants inside and transplant them outside. I took advantage of the $4.99 per year Organic Gardening magazine awhile back, but havent rec’d it yet. Just like to know How , When , and Which seeds you use. I’ve been looking into the Germination Station on Amazon. It also appears that you need a lamp of sorts. Any information would be great. Rachel, I know your garden looked great last year, did you start from seeds, indoors?”
  • Rachel answers, “No — we got little plants. Except for spinach and lettuce which we just sowed the seeds directly outdoors”
  • Karen sent these suggestions, “I’ve been starting tomatoes and peppers from seed for years.  A regular shop light works fine for a grow light, just use a cool and warm flourescent bulb and you can get whatever length you want.  I have the light fixtures with the wing things that direct the light down to the plants.  mine will fit 2 flats of plants under each light.  you can start the pepper plants by the end of january but wait to start the tomatoes until 6 weeks before the last frost date or they get all leggy and don’t get tomatoes any earlier anyway!  other than that I just plant the seed in the garden and they do fine. other than that I start flowers!”
  • Don adds, “You do not need anything fancy or expensive, just gets some seeds (preferable organic) good potting mix and something to grow them in and you are set… figure out the days till germination etc… I dont used grow lights, by the time you start growing these starter plants indoors we will begin to get some decent sunlight and longer days…. I highly suggest using pintrest for all this info – i have some decent boards i have created over time… good luck, have fun and dont over think it :  )”
  • Peaches sent these comments, “I purchase most of my seeds from Johnny’s Selected Seeds, which is located in Maine, and so mostly has varieties for colder climates.  Their seeds are better suited to the Midwest.  I just did an online survey for them a few weeks ago, and after completing it they sent me a code to save 15% on any purchase over $25.  They also often have free shipping.  I used to start some of my plants from seed, and I used a shop light.  It is almost impossible for the plants to receive enough adequate sunlight when you are growing them inside.  I love their fortex pole beans and Japanese turnips.”
  • Sara has some questions, “Saw an interesting article about a new modem which will allow for faster internet that Comcast is going to be releasing later this year: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2015/01/06/your-cable-internet-is-about-to-get-way-faster/. My questions about this are: Will I be able to buy it (instead of paying the ridiculous rental fee)? Will you need to have the fastest (and most expensive) internet package?”
  • Artie answers, “Sara,Comcast has always allowed you to use your own modem. I’m sure that will apply when the new ones are introduced.”
  • Kitty responds to a question yesterday about subscribe and save items, “For that last subscribe & save item, I go to subscribe and save grocery and sort by least to most expensive, and can usually find an item that’s under $2 that I can use.  Check out Crystal Light….I have gotten 4-4 packs (I think) for under $2.  It’s iced tea/lemon flavor….or try another category.  I got some knuckle bandages for under $1.50.  Even if you don’t need it, it can still be worth it if you have other more expensive items.”
  • More ideas from Outlander. Several suggestions for cheap subscribe & save items to help get up to 5 for the 15% off discount, such as: I usually go with pudding (different flavors that I want, or that are the cheapest). There’s almost always a Q (keeps resetting) for 20%off and then your 15%off, ends up pretty cheap. Also hair color, this is still very cheap too with the Q and S&S.  Or this is worth it just for the price of Jello, even if you don’t like any of the teams. I think the Q is still there too.
  • Melissa asks, “Has anyone seen Disney Frozen on Ice Savings Coupons in the Lombard area or the Des Plaines/Rosemont area?”
  • A question from Nancy, “Do these work well. I would like one of these, I think! Anybody have one? http://www.mashupmom.com/vibe-spherical-portable-bluetooth-speaker-499-shipped/
  • Mckenna sent this, “Re car rentals: If you have a Costco membership, they always have deals with a number of different companies through their travel site. Also, check different locations and check back regularly. I was in Tampa last week and booked a one week rental. I booked a car back in November for around $180.00. I checked back regularly and ended up paying $114.50 for a week. They seem to raise and lower prices based on bookings, so things change often. Depending on how long you need the rental sometimes it can be cheaper to book for an extra day and get a week rental, so try different scenarios.”
  • Raegan is looking for a deal, “Do you have any suggestions for a cheap mp3 player, but one that has a screen (not like a shuffle)?”

Sears

  • Christa sent this deal, “Lots of headphones $1.97 (not wireless). Scroll through pages. Many colors too.”

Staples

  • Sue sent a comment about the Staples Paper Deal, “These paper deals are quickly adding up my total spent at Staples, to get me to the plus membership (spend $500 in a year).  By being a plus member, I can then redeem 20 ($40) ink cartridges a month instead of 10 ($20). Staples also sent out a mystery reward  yesterday, worth at least $5, good for only a week.”

Target

  • Janice commented on Get ready for the Target toy semi-annual clearance soon, “Lalaloopsy baking mixes 50% off @ 3.48. Small section of 70 % off toys @ Gurnee location. I also found ninja turtle light spinners 90% off. That was Christmas clearance toys.”

Whole Foods

  • Rifat sent this regarding the weekly deals, “If you have last month’s WF store (Whole Deal) bklt, there is a $1.00 Imagine soup coupon in it.”

Whole Foods deals week of 1/7/15 – 1/13/15

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Here are a few Whole Foods deals for the week of 1/7/15 – 1/13/15. Whole Foods has a tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours.

Whole Foods deals week of 1/7/15

Reader Deals 1/2/15

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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: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • 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.

Christmas Clearance

  • Kelly found these deals, “Aldi in Glen Ellyn had organic chicken with $2 off coupons, as did the country style pork ribs.
  • Petco in Danada (Wheaton) had TONS of Christmas doggie toys for 50% off.  I don’t think they mind if their toys are red and green.  :)
  • Debbie found some clearance deals, “One of our CVS stores in Champaign has toys 75% off.  Bought $70+ and saved $200+!  Good for next Christmas toy drive, presents, or birthday’s!”
  • Therese found clearance coffee, “I was at the Algonquin Jewel (the one at Randall & Algonquin) two hours ago and they had a ton of it in the seasonal aisle for $2.25. They had bags and k-cups.”

Coupons

  • Peaches is looking for a coupon, “Does anybody know if there are any coupons for Post grape nuts?  I looked on coupon tom and I did not see any, but I don’t think they list printable coupons.”

Jewel

  • Kristin replies to yesterday’s request for which Jewel stores have the water, “Wednesday the jewel in glenview had a ton of the waters.”
  • Ellen says, “get a raincheck on the water”
  • Jess sent this, “Checkout 51 has .50 back on ritz fresh stack which are also on 1.99 sale”
  • Kari sent this for the Free Truvia at Jewel, “There’s a $1 back offer at Savingstar too.”
  • Peaches says, “You are not supposed to use a coupon on an item, and then submit to saving star for the same item.  It is against their policy.”

Kohl’s

  • Caroline adds this comment on the Kohl’s Code Plus Cash Sales, “And make sure to check your Yes2You points they became available yesterday.”

Meijer

  • Jane says, “I bought blackberries for $1 at Meijer last week, but they were not Driscoll. (In Indiana.)

Menards

  • Brandy sent some deals, “I don’t know if they are still available, but DiGiorno had a B2G1 coupon out for print recently. I printed and then used it at Menard’s yesterday to buy 6 pizzas, used two of those coupons AND it fell under the “15% off anything that fits in the bag” promo. It made each one about $2.50 each if I remember correctly. I didn’t even try to fit them in the bag, but did put my bag on the register and he accepted. Without coupons,we regularly like the Aldi brand. It seems to have less cheese (which we prefer). Also a great time to stock up on expensive lightbulbs if you have flood lights and recessed lighting. I foolishly bought those last weekend……..”

Online Shopping

  • Kari comments on the Izze Deal, “I’ve been getting these every month but my January delivery got skipped because it was out of stock. Such good stuff and buying them retail is about $1-$1.50 each, so S&S saves me a lot! I just wish they had this deal on grapefruit flavor.”
  • Suzann comments on the CanonLaser Printer $34.99 shipped, “You always want to check first if you can get ink through printpal or comboink before buying–otherwise its the “razor blade” theory.”

Reader Requests

  • Kari has this comment, “Skylanders is back up to $74.99 online”
  • Jennyh has a request, “Help!  Anyone know a place where I can sell my maternity clothes?  I have a giant box I spent good money on and I’d like to recoup some of the cost.  Thanks!”
  • Kristen has a question, “Where does everyone get car batteries changed”
  • Kay responds, “I’ve used Sears forever. The batteries seem to last a long time. They also have a pretty good warranty. I had a battery post go back after a couple years and I figured with the warranty, they would just give me some money off a new battery, but they replaced the battery with a brand new one – with a new warranty – at no charge.”

Schnucks

  • Corrine sent a deal, “Found 16 oz. Farmland bacon on sale at Schnucks in DeKalb for $2.99. Had a .75 newspaper coupon which made for a great deal on bacon! Sorry – not sure which insert that coupon came from. (The coupon is in 12/7 SS)

Walgreens

  • Peaches says, “just saw the sneak peek of Walgreens ad and starting Sunday, the 40 packs of Truvia will only be $2.49. So only 49c after this coupon. Sadly, I already used my prints for them at Dollar General a month or so ago when they were FREE.  Or if they sell out like Walgreens is famous for, you could price match at Walmart if they carry the same size box?”

Whole Foods

  • Peaches send this, “I was in Whole Foods on NYE for a few minutes, and I noticed that they now have organic baby carrots for $.99 as part of their everyday value program.  I can’t remember if they ever have Earthbound Farms baby carrots though.  I was almost tempted to buy a bag,  I went in there to see if they had any Horizon eggnog, and yes they did but it was $5.99 for a quart, which is way too much money.  Jewel had it for $3.99, but they don’t have it any more..”

Reader Deal 12/30/14

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Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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Babies R Us

  • Kathryn shares that Babies R Us on Roosevelt Rd in Lombard is closing. Everything is 40% off. No returns or exchanges.

Christmas Clearance

  • Terri found this, “My Jewel had Olay facial hair remover on clearance for 6.47! Used the 3.00 off coupon from this weeks P&G and got it for 3.47-that’s 22.50 off!”
  • Sarah sent this deal, “Jewel in Elk Grove Village had Fall blend Starbucks kcups and bags of coffee for 3.99 not a bad price reg 8.99 but used $2/1 coupon here.
  • Feelgood reports, “Lockport Jewel is still 50% off on clearance food and candy, same ridiculous $5.99 clearance price for the Panettone. They did have some excellent clearance on holiday stuff, got gift tags and stickers were 1.99 and 2.99 for .10 each, boxed Christmas cards were 3.99 for .25 each.”
  • Also from Feelgood, “Got back from Meijer, they just started 70% off Christmas clearance today. Homer Glen Meijer had lots of stuff. Queen Anne cherries .65, Cella cherries $1.65, holiday Febreeze .92, Dunkin Donuts holiday spice coffee 2.30, Maxwell House International Latte .95, etc”gddidfbj
  • Northwesternly sent this, “My friend lives near Jewel @ Montrose & Broadway in Chicago.  Starbuck’s fall blend k-cups and bags are 1.99 each (used $1.50/1 Strbx kcup box & $2.00/2 Strbx bagged coffee mfr q’s).  So for 2 bags & 1 10 kcup box final price for the three was $2.50.  Most clearanced Christmas is in Osco aisle 7, I think. Also at that location, clearance items are on racks near restrooms.  Picked up bag of Pumpkin Spice Papanicholas (a favorite of ours) for $1.99 on the rack. Whenever I’m in the neighborhood I always stop in at this Jewel because they give away high-ticket organic or specialty foods (not expiring, just discontinuing) with 75% discounts.  It started with their remodeling and continued with regularity until they stocked end caps with holiday foods at exorbitant prices.”

CVS

  • Lisa comments on the CVS Crest Sensi-Care rinse deal, “This deal is also working on the Crest Sensi toothpaste for 5.99 (Limit 2).  There is a 1.25 off coupon in the P&G insert from 12/28 for this product.  Check your cvs coupons from the red machine.  I had a 3 dollars off of 8 dollars worth of toothpaste or mouthwash. I bought two of the toothpastes, used two 1.25 coupons and then got 8 ecbs back.  It was a little moneymaker”

Jewel

  • From Raegan on Facebook. “To go with the guac/beer deal. Best when stacked with 5/50 Retale (app) coupon.”
  • Here again is the Heineken deal through 1/1: Buy a 12 pack of Heineken or Amstel light bottles for $10.99, get Jewel 14 oz guac for a penny, limit one per transaction. Through 12/31, get $4.00 back on Heineken Light on Ibotta. Look for these coupons in your store:hdegciga higighei eidhgijj
  • Christa has a water deal, “”The Jewel by me was out of these [the 24 ct Nestle Pure Life Junior ]. But I did find these for $0.67 each. They are on sale 3/$5 & each one had a $1 off peelie on them.”
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Meijer

  • Regarding the Free Silk Cashew Milk at Meijer, John says, “You need to search for “Silk”  “silk” doesn’t work. Or look under dairy.”
  • On the Meijer deals — Four day ad 12/28/14 – 12/31/14, Feelgood says, “Besides the Chi-Chi’s salsa, 16-17 oz Chi-Chi’s tortillas will also be $1.25.There’s an mPerks coupon to load, $1.00 off produce when you buy soft Chi-Chi’s tortillas. MPerks coupon expires 1/3, so only 3 days to get this deal! For clarification, the Chi-Chi’s tortillas will be on sale for $1.25 starting 1/1. Get your mPerks loaded now and use that between 1/1 and 1/3 for free produce. Chi-Chi’s salsa is on sale now, and will also be on sale all next week 1/1 to 1/7. There’s an mPerks to load for Chi-Chi’s salsa, 50 cents off each…so looks like you can do more than one!”

Online shopping

  • Brittany reports on the Sur la Table cast iron Dutch Oven $59.99 shipped SOLD OUT, “I called and ordered 2 pots (7qt green & 5 qt braiser) both out of stock. They might possibly be changing the line in some way. If there are any left in warehouse they will be shipped at the sale price. No billing until item is shipped. I’ll take a chance… 800-243-0852″
  • Sarah says, “Here’s a free Kindle book for today: Hot Doug’s: The Book
  • Christina comments on the Lake Geneva Resort Deal on Facebook, “That’s a great resort! They have the best adult spa that I’ve ever been to. (adult meaning kid free!)”
  • Michelle says, “When we went (American Girl Delightful Dining package discount) a couple weeks ago, they even had several dolls available to “borrow”, in case a little girl forgot hers or didn’t have one to bring.  Highly recommend this as a special treat, it is amazing! They make the little girls feel so grown up and special!”

Reader Requests

  • Continuing with the toilet paper recommendations from yesterday, Terri says, “Regarding the toilet paper – We switched to the Everyday Essentials TP at Jewel about 6 months ago and do not see a difference. We liked the red Charmin best. The Jewel ones are to the left of brand name product and are the same in our opinion! My hubby’s a real TP snob. The EE brand is less of course and Jewel often has coupons.”
  • Debbie adds, “I like the blue label Northern and don’t get the Ultra Plush (too thick I think for toilet).  I thought Angel Soft was too thin and you need to use more but maybe I’m thinking of Cottonelle.”
  • Pt offers, “We also use Costco’s Kirkland brand-no issues.  I would say it is similar to Angel Soft or Northern.”
  • One more from Suzann, “The Kirkland TP is made by Georgia Pacific according to a site I found that listed what company makes the Kirkland brands.”
  • Barb has a TP question, “Not a member at Costco but SAMs.  Anyone have an opinion about their brand?  Thx much!”
  • Don says, “Raise / Dunkin Gift cards – I have been using them DAILY consistently for the better part of a year and have never had trouble with the DD cards nor any other cards… I have saved so much money it is well worth the chance of an isolated issue which Raise will take care of anyway…”
  • Anne adds, “In regards to Raise & Dunkin Donuts, I would not worry about Raise either.  Dunkin Donuts is very aggressive in defending their brand.  A few years ago, I tried to sell some “disliked by me, but obviously much-desired” seasonal Dunkin coffee on eBay.  Even though plenty sold before me and plenty sold after me (and are still being sold to this day on eBay), I received a Cease-and-Desist letter from DD, threatening legal action for trying to resell a couple bags of coffee I hadn’t liked, but was too late to return to the store.  Raise should take the cards off their site to avoid other customers going through that, but I wouldn’t be wary of them.”
  • From Eunice, “I have some about 40 to 50 stamps for the jewel promotion if anyone wants them let me know i live in the oswego area email me( eunice.morales@icloud.com) first come”
  • Also from Liz, “i have 5 jewel stamps and live in des plaines if anyone is short a couple”
  • From Deanna: “Had to share for anyone in the Aurora/Oswego/Montgomery areas. Montgomery Marketplace is closing Wednesday and has all food, liquor, and produce at 50%. Sale is on everything except meat. Here is one of two pictures. Bought almost $300 worth of goods for way less!”
  • Robin has a question, “Question regarding the Kohls rebates from Black Friday. I bought 5 of the small appliances that had a rebate to mail in. Am I able to mail them all in one envelope using one form or do I have to mail them all in separately? All the appliances (2 griddles, 1 waffle iron, 2 crock pots) are listed on the same rebate form. I did the deal last year and sent all of them separately and only ended up getting 3 of the 4 I sent in. I thought maybe mailing them all together would make it more likely to get them all back. Plus it’s easier and cheaper to only mail in one envelope. Thanks for any info you or your readers can give. The rebate form itself doesn’t specifiy.”

Target

  • Judy comments on Chex cereal just $.88 at Target, “SavingStar has “Save $1.00 when you buy any TWO (2) BOXES Chex™ cereals: Rice Chex™, Corn Chex™, Wheat Chex™, Honey Nut Chex™, Chocolate Chex™, Cinnamon Chex™, Apple Cinnamon Chex™, Vanilla Chex™.”
  • Jennifer reports, “I called the Warrenville Target and they said that tomorrow the Christmas stuff would be 70% off!!”
  • On the Cheap Barilla pasta at Target, Sara notes, “Also, coupons.com has a link to a free e-cookbook when you buy 4 Barilla pastas: Step 1 Buy any 4 boxes of Barilla® ProteinPLUS,™ Veggie, Whole Grain, Gluten Free or White Fiber pasta.Step 2 Snap a picture of your receipt with the date and Barilla items circled and text “PASTA” to 811811. Step 3 Register and receive a code to download Mikaela Shiffrin’s eCookbook”

Whole Foods

  • Valentina found a deal at Whole Foods this week, “I found Annie’s homegrown rising crust organic pizza, uncured pepperoni and supreme for $4.00 at Willowbrook Whole Foods. Tagged till 12/31.”