Reader deals 3/26/15

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Reader deals 3/26/15: 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

  • On the Dixon Ticonderoga deal, seachicago suggests: “Or get them at Costco, where they run about $9.49 for 8 dozen, year-round!”
  • On the possible Prime Pantry shipping credit offer, Charlotte comments: “Yepp, the $6 shipping cost on Prime Pantry was the number one factor in me not using them. I placed an order today for floor cleaning stuff, and chose the credit. Now to see what I can get :)”
  • She follows up: “Replying to myself here… but $2 LaCroix sparkling, flavoured water. That’s a pretty good deal. :)

Apps

  • If you’re using SavingStar someplace like Target, Valentina S. clarifies: “It is possible to scan and upload a receipt on SavingStar without a smartphone. There is such option on the main page.”

CVS

  • If you’re buying Blue Diamond almonds at CVS, Elizabeth notes that: “Hi just saw next week’s coupon for blue diamond 150/2…I will have to run over there in Saturday morning for a even better deal!”

Hy-Vee

  • On this week’s Hy-Vee deals, Shirley notes: “Pepsi 6 pack bottle is now 16.9 oz each. It used to be 24 oz bottle. So, 4/$9 not a great deal.”

Jewel

  • A heads up addendum to the Jewel register issues with instant savings deals + coupons from Dee. “AND!!! If you use a $1 off 2 coupon it tries to take the whole $1 out of your .79 cents on the first bottle. You lose the rest of the .21 cents as it is not smart enough to deduct .50 from each bottle. Sigh.”

Meijer

  • A clearance deal from Kristina: “Meijer on Rt 59 in Aurora had a huge amount of Fairlife milk marked 50% off yesterday afternoon.”

Target

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  • Lisa shares on Facebook: “I just left Wood Dale Target and they had Soda Stream jets on clearance for $23.98. This is by far the best price I have ever seen for those, including internet.

Ultra Foods

  • On the $1.00 sale this week, Maureen says: “Check the Mrs. Cubbison’s croutons, the ones in Wheaton had $1/3 peelies.”

Walgreens

  • A mashup deal from liz: “walgreens-so I see the colgate toothbrush with built in whitening pen has a new 2.00 back from ibotta today, plus a 5.00 rebate from snap, a 5.00 man.coupon from a insert and a 3.00 Walgreen coupon from the monthly book expires on the 28th so if they are less than 15.00 might be cheap!” Coupon is in the 3/22 SS. Update — Nikki points out that the Snap rebate is only for CVS. :(

Whole Foods

  • Another possible use for the new $1.00/1 Alexia coupon from peaches: “I am not sure if it still is on sale, but the last time I was in Whole Foods a week ago, they had Alexi on sale for $2.50, and I believe they had a coupon in their Whole Deals book.”

Whole Foods deals week of 3/25/15 – 3/31/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 3/18/15 – 3/24/15. 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 changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 3/25/15

  • 30% off Easter basket grass and eco-eggs.
  • Red & white grapes $1.99/lb through 4/1.
  • Whole Foods Market ancient grain bread, $3.99.
  • Alive women’s gummy vitamins, $12.99. Use $2.00/1 in the 1/11 SS2 or print $2.00/1 here.
  • Two bite cinnamon rolls, $3.99.
  • Lily of the Desert organic aloe vera juice, $7.99.
  • Kiss My Face olive & green tea bar soap, $2.00.
  • Acure Organics coconut moroccan argan oil, $8.99. Print $1.00/1 Acure on Mambo Sprouts.
  • Annie’s bunny crackers, $3.00.
  • Boulder Canyon Kettle chips, $2.50.
  • Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Kashi GoLean cereal, $3.00.
  • EVOL classic burrito, $2.00.
  • Way Better sprouted tortilla chips, $2.50.
  • Mamma Chia Chia Vitality beverage, $2.00. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Fuji apples, $.98/lb.
  • Pacific Seafood battered haddock fillet, $7.99 each.
  • Tamara comments: “So Delicious dairy free yogurt is on sale through 3/31 for $1.50. Use a $1/1 coupon from coupons.com and get yogurt for $.50 each. If you still have the Whole Foods coupons from February, then stack $1/3 and get 3 for $.50 or $.17 each.”
  • Print $.75/1 Clif Kit’s organic bar on Mambo Sprouts. These run about $1.19 everyday price at Whole Foods.

Illinois-only Whole Foods deals

Whole Foods is running some Illinois-only deals 3/25-3/31 to celebrate the 3/25 opening of their new West Loop location at 1 N. Halsted in Chicago. See all these special Whole Foods deals here, but highlights include:

  • Michigan Fuji apples, $.98/lb.
  • Sin Fulvi Pecorino Romano cheese, $9.99/lb.
  • Pine Manor air chilled whole fryer chickens, $1.49/lb.
  • 16 oz Steaz organic iced tea, $1.00.
  • Responsibly farmed fresh 36-40 ct raw EZ Peel shrimp, $7.99/lb.
  • Whole roasted chickens, $7 each.

Whole Foods Illinois-only deals in honor of new West Loop store

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Whole Foods is running some Illinois-only deals 3/25-3/31 to celebrate the 3/25 opening of their new West Loop location at 1 N. Halsted in Chicago. See all these special Whole Foods deals here, but highlights include:

  • Michigan Fuji apples, $.98/lb.
  • Sin Fulvi Pecorino Romano cheese, $9.99/lb.
  • Pine Manor air chilled whole fryer chickens, $1.49/lb.
  • 16 oz Steaz organic iced tea, $1.00.
  • Responsibly farmed fresh 36-40 ct raw EZ Peel shrimp, $7.99/lb.
  • Whole roasted chickens, $7 each.

Whole Foods Beauty Week 3/18/15 – 3/24/15

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Whole Foods is running its first ever beauty week 3/18/15 – 3/24/15 with special events, demos, and more. Here are a couple of highlights:

Reader deals 3/19/15

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Reader deals 3/19/15: 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.

Caputo’s

  • If you are looking for affordable sesame oil, Christine suggests: “If you have a Caputos by you check there for the oil. Sometimes Aldi has it. I think I saw it recently with the Asian food they have been having on special. Little bottle goes along way. ;;-)”
  • And Outlander says: “I buy it at Caputos, but it is about $5 for a 11 oz bottle (Kadoya pure sesame oil from Japan). Just buy it, it is absolutely awesome. A little does go a long way. I keep it in the fridge so it doesn’t go bad. It just thickens in there, but that’s not a problem. You won’t find it cheaper, and if you do, it’s likely not very good.”

Coupons

Dunkin Donuts

  • Liz commented last night that: “If you have the dunking donut app check it for free iced coffee good till tomorrow”

Jewel

  • A question from SoapboxTray on the Canada Dry seltzer coupon: “Curious if anyone has seen if the Seltzer Canada dry is also on sale for $2.77 in multiples of 4 at Jewel? I was in such a hurry yesterday and didn’t think about this coupon!”
  • And a find from liz: “If you like the sambozan drinks they are on sale at jewel for 2.00, they have 50 cents back from ibotta and 1.00 back unlimited from shopmium. I purchased the blue diamond nut sale from walgreens that was posted buy 1 get 1 free from the writeup this week and noticed snap has unlimited .50 back on those(we will see if I get 1 or 2 credit and its also on ibotta. Check your jewel for clearance st pattys lucky charms at jewel(1.49) I received 50 cents back from saving star and 50 cent coupon from coupon.com”

Mariano’s

  • Rita has a use for the $1.00/1 Jimmy Dean roll sausage coupon: “hmmmm….I’m thinking double it on Wednesday at Mariano’s? I’ll take any excuse to go there…they sell toffee covered caramel apples!”
  • And from seachicago: “I happened to be at both Target and Mariano’s today, one right after another. Bought a bunch of the 80 cent boxes of Mom’s Best at Target, but noticed that the $1.50 (everyday price) boxes at Mariano’s seemed to have about 50% more cereal. So they’re still slightly cheaper at Target with cartwheel, and a great bargain compared to the big name brands, but still a good deal at Mariano’s with no sale needed. Mariano’s carried a different variety, including versions of raisin bran, honey bunches of oats, and honey nut cheerios-type cereals.”
  • Susie concurs: “Yes I did notice a size difference at Mariano’s. The honey nut Cheerios version is 20 oz, I still have that box at home. I don’t remember the other sizes as the kids finished them. The next time I’m there i will get more info.  I think it’s a great price at $1.50, considering the ones that usually go on sale are smaller in size.   Target was out of the cocoa crispies version but I did notice the price cut date is until 3/28. So hopefully they will get some in before the sale ends.”

Meijer

Resale

  • April shares: “Mothers and More Oswego resale.  It is Saturday March 21 from 8 am to 1 pm.  From noon to 1 pm all blue tags are half off.  $1 admission at the door and no strollers.  Long Beach Elementary School in Montgomery.  Great place to get baby equipments, items, toys, shoes, strollers, and clothes from baby size to teens!”

Target

  • Watch your receipts — Sandra comments that: “Cartwheel didn’t come off my Little Debbie Easter snack cakes. All my other Cartwheels worked. Not sure if it was just something with mine or a problem in general. I went to CS where they gave me the $ for the Cartwheel.”
  • And here’s a find from Shawna: “Look for pull ups and goodnights big packs on cleanse for $15.28 there is 5% off cartwheel for both and a printable target q for $1 off for both and printable mq for $2 for both as well. Mq is on coupons .com. ended up paying $10.51 each for a big pack of pull ups 48 ct and big pack of goodnights.”
  • And if you’re looking for the better price on the Planters peanuts for this week’s gift card deal, Kristen found it: “I found the Planters peanuts for $2.99 tonight at the Target in Glendale Heights on Army Trail road and Schamle. I got 6 and there were plenty left! HTH”
  • Jennifer found them at this price, too: “I was at the Tinley Park Target today and they had the Planters nuts for $2.99. Got 6 of them and the shelves we fully stocked.”
  • Ellen noticed a new Target mobile coupon today for the Scott TP deal — $1.50/1! (If you’re not already getting their mobile coupons, text OFFERS to 827438.)
  • A heads up on the Viva paper towels deal from TracyS: “Heads up-check your totals before check out. I bought 6 items, and my subtotal was $56.xx, but then with promo and discounts of $12.xx it brought it down to $53. No idea why. Needless to say, no order for me.”

Ultra Foods

  • From Kerri: “Lansing location shows 2.99 ground chuck, 29 cent bananas and 3 for 5 Doritos.”

Whole Foods

  • Tamara comments: “So Delicious dairy free yogurt is on sale through 3/31 for $1.50. Use a $1/1 coupon from coupons.com and get yogurt for $.50 each. If you still have the Whole Foods coupons from February, then stack $1/3 and get 3 for $.50 or $.17 each.”

Whole Foods deals week of 3/18/15 – 3/24/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 3/18/15 – 3/24/15. 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 changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 3/18/15

  • Whole Foods Market Italian bread, $2.99.
  • Annie’s Homegrown bunny crackers, $3.00. $.75/1 Annie’s coupon here.
  • EVOL classic burrito, $2.00. If you still have the $2.00/2 printable, use here.
  • Mamma Chia Chia Vitality beverage, $2.00. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Kashi GoLean cereal, $3.00.
  • Boulder Canyon kettle chips, $3.00.
  • Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Way Better sprouted tortilla chips, $2.50. If you still have the $1.00 Mambo Sprouts coupon (no longer available), use here.
  • Fried chicken, $5.99/lb.
  • Alive women’s gummy vitamins, $12.99. Use $2.00/1 in the 1/11 SS2 or print $2.00/1 here.
  • Roth’s Havarti, $3.99 each.
  • Dr. Praeger’s lightly crusted fillets, $5.99. Print $1.00/1 Dr. Praeger’s on Facebook (thanks to SmartShopper for confirming good on “any”).
  • Kiss My Face olive & green tea bar soap, $2.00.
  • Garden of Life vanilla organic plant protein powder, $21.99. Use $3.00/1 in this month’s Whole Deal or printable here.
  • Conventional avocados, $1.00 each.
  • Look for Seventh Generation laundry detergent possibly 2/$7.99 through 3/31. (These sales are generally very regional.) If you find that price, use the $2.00/1 printable here to get it for $2.00. Thanks, All Natural Savings.

Whole Foods deals week of 3/11/15 – 3/17/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 3/11/15 – 3/17/15. 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 they now vary slightly by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 3/11/15

  • 3/13 – 3/15 only: 25% off Green Food supplements.
  • 3/13 – 3/15 only: King salmon fillets, $14.99/lb.
  • Wellshire Farms cooked corned beef, $11.99/lb. Fresh, $7.99/lb.
  • Whole Foods Market Irish soda bread, $3.99.
  • Alive women’s gummy vitamins, $12.99. Use $2.00/1 in the 1/11 SS2 or print $2.00/1 here.
  • Kiss My Face olive & green tea bar soap, $2.00.
  • Acure coconut Moroccan argan oil, $9.99. Use this $1.00/1 printable coupon on Mambo Sprouts.
  • Kerrygold Dubliner cheese with stout, $14.99/lb.
  • Boulder Canyon kettle chips, $3.00.
  • Annie’s bunny crackers, $3.00. $.75/1 Annie’s coupon here.
  • Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Kashi GoLean cereal, $3.00.
  • Way Better sprouted tortilla chips, $2.50. Use this $1.00/1 printable coupon on Mambo Sprouts.
  • EVOL classic burrito, $2.00. If you still have, use the previously available $2.00/2 printable coupon on Mambo Sprouts.
  • Mamma Chia Chia Vitality beverage, $2.00. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Conventional red grapefruit, $.98/lb.
  • Gluten free Pacific frozen breaded cod fillet, $6.99/lb.
  • Garden of Life vanilla organic plant protein powder, $21.99. Use $3.00/1 in this month’s Whole Deal or printable here.

Reader deals 3/7/15

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Reader deals 3/7/15: 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.

Jewel

  • If you got the Screamin Silician pizza on Friday, Amanda suggests: “Also, check Snap because there was a .50/1 pizza redemption as of last night.”
  • And on the Mr. Clean sale, Cyndi found: “There is also a $1.00 off 1 Mr. Clean on MyMixx”
  • On the MyMixx issues, Margie notes you have to watch the register in general: “Jewel had 2lt Sunkist ten on sale for .79 yesterday. I had $1 off 2 Q. The coupon was reduced to .79 instead of $1! I caught it out of the corner of my eye and they corrected it. It seems that the coupon value being reduced lacks integrity since if the customer doesn’t catch it the store basically profit an additional .21 cents. It adds up if a number or customers don’t catch it.”

Kohl’s

Meijer

  • There’s a $1.00/1 Glade product coupon + other Glade in the 3/8 SS, and feelgood comments: “The Glade warmer is still $1.09 at Meijer this week. Net MM of $2.64 after buying four and using four $1.00/1 MQ’s and getting a $3.00 oyno Catalina. Did the deal twice yesterday and got the $3.00 oyno each time.”

Reader requests

  • One from Princess Margaret on Facebook: “I have several expensive prescriptions to have filled. Anyone know if Marianos still has their gift card deal going on from last year?”
  • And a question from Laura for those who found the clearance Perdue at Ultra Foods: “For the mark down chicken at ultra, do you remember the day of the week you went on. The jewel near me mRks their meat down on Tuesday mornings. Just wondering. TIA.”

Reward programs

  • Maria spotted some new Kellogg’s Family Rewards codes: “From the Kelloggs Family Rewards Facebook page, enter: TASTYWAYTOPOINTS for 25 pts (expires 3/12/15) and SCOOBYSWEEPS4YOU for 50 pts (expires 3/31/15)”

Whole Foods

  • From liz: “to follow up on the beyond meat deal..the burgers, and the sliders I found at Whole foods each for 5.99. If you buy 2 you get a bonus dollar and in last months coupon book whole foods had a $1.00 off beyond meat. If you use all 3 apps, the coupons, It ended up being a $2.00 mm plus that $6.00 put me over for ibotta and I got extra 2.00 for finishing the monthly goal”
  • And BethP found: “The small Sambozan smoothies are on sale at Whole Foods for $2.50 this week, and there’s a $1/1 Whole Foods coupon in their latest coupon book you can pick up near the entrance to the store. After store coupon and rebates (Ibotta $0.50, Shopmium $1), you can get one free!”

New Way Better Snacks coupon and Whole Foods deal

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This week at Whole Foods, Way Better Snacks sprouted tortilla chips are on sale for $2.50. Use this new $1.00/1 printable coupon on Mambo Sprouts to get them for just $1.50. Through 3/9, you can also get $.25 back on any brand tortilla chips on Ibotta for a net cost of $1.25!