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Here are the best Pete’s Fresh Market deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 3/12/14.
- Check your own Pete’s Market ad here starting late Tuesday night. Sometimes prices differ at other locations from those at the Oakbrook Terrace ad I am using.
- View the Pete’s coupon policy online here.
- Pete’s has a rewards program — read more about that here!
- Michigan red delicious apples, $.39/lb.
- USA 5 lb red potatoes, $.69.
- Chicken drumsticks family pack, $.79/lb.
- Centrella waffles, $.89.
- Michelina’s Zap Ems, $.59. Print $1.00/5 here.
- Mexico asparagus, $.99/lb.
- USA 1 lb mushrooms, $1.99.
Hey, remember the new $2.00/2 DiGiorno coupon I told you about earlier today? Here’s a another great Target deal for you:
- Buy two DiGiorno pizza for $10.00.
- Use the $2.00/2 Target printable here = $8.00.
- Load and use 5% off on Cartwheel (will take off $.40) = $7.60.
- Use the $2.00/2 manufacturer printable = $5.60 for two, or $2.80 each!
(Thanks, Hip 2 Save)
Here are the best Jewel deals and coupon matchups I see at Jewel-Osco for the week of 3/12/14. If your paper ads don’t come until the Wed. Tribune, you can sneak peek the Wed. ad on Tuesdays, here.
- Note that the alcohol deals are sometimes different in Indiana stores, and that pricing may vary in some city stores or at newly remodeled stores or at “fresh market” stores or…
- Check this out on register overage updates!
Confused by abbreviations in this post? See lingo for newbies.
- Free small Tides with printable coupons.
- Wet n’ Wild, 25% off regular retail. This makes the $.99 items just $.74. Use $1.00/1 in the 3/9 RP2 for overage.
- Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick, $1.99. Use $1.00/1 in the 3/9 SS and get it for $.99.
- Green cabbage, $.28/lb. Load 20% back on SavingStar through 3/17.
- Boneless skinless chicken breast value pack, $1.99/lb.
- Perdue Short Cuts, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 here (ZIP 77477 then reload).
- Beefsteak Rye, $2.50. Use $1.00/1 in the 3/9 SS.
Here are the best Tony’s deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 3/12/2014. Please note: These deals are are based on the Chicago ad, so if you are shopping elsewhere, check your ad. Tony’s has different ads, one for the Chicago locations, one for Niles, one (or sometimes more) for Bridgeview, Melrose Park, and North Riverside, one for Plainfield, and now one for the Hanover Park store. The differences are often on front-page deals, produce, and ethnic items. I’ll try to highlight any noteworthy items from the other ads I notice each week, and please comment here with any that you see!
Top deals (Chicago)
- Green seedless grapes, $.99/lb.
- Cabbage, $.25/lb.
- Chicken drumsticks jumbo pack, $.69/lb.
- Dozen large eggs, $.99 limit 2 with separate $10 purchase.
- Betty Crocker fruit snacks, $.99 when you buy four. Print $.50/2 here.
- Michelina’s, $.59. Use $1.00/5 printable here.
Starting Thursday 3/13 at Illinois-Chicagoland Meijer stores, CB Old Country Store lunch meat will be on sale for $2.19 as part of a “buy six, save $6 instantly” sale at Meijer when you buy six participating items. Print this $2.00/1 coupon (ZIP 28090 then reload) to get it for just $.19! There is also a $1.00/1 printable coupon here (ZIP 48044 then reload) if you want more at $1.19.
Note: If you are in a Sunday market area, your sale is going on NOW through Saturday.
(Thanks, Bargains to Bounty)
Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
Big favor: If you mention other sites, online coupons, etc, please include the link. Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- Outlander found: “Free Irish music on Amazon! 15 songs!“
- Ellen found: “Looks like the $1.25 magnum is back at 77477- suave BW too“ And Magnum still has a 6/24 expiration!
- Outlander spotted some resets as well: “I was able to print everything – hot dogs, Tide (for all the little free Tides at Jewel), PB square Snickers…” I also found that Fillipo Berio reset.
- Vivian in Hot Deals says: “I used 88888 for the [Planters] Peanuts today.
- She also found: “Naked Juice coupons $1/1 15.9 oz. It is an ink waster of a coupon. The coupon prints in the top right corner of the page, but it prints dark for the rest of the page. So if you use a half sheet of paper it would be plenty. It only allows 1 print per day, and it’s a part of a promotion.”
- On the DiGiorno coupon, Shandelle comments: “I bought the thin & crispy a couple times when it was new and on sale frequently. They aren’t nearly as big as the Rising Crust pizzas, which I think typically is what DiGiorno intends for the “big” size coupons to be used for. But they might scan on those, I have no idea.”
- And savinlikeu says: “Thin and Crispy serves 3…reality….serves 1-2 depending on ages of people eating…,LOL”
- Kara says: “For an adult, your PD (pupillary distance) shouldn’t change. It’s the measurement of the center of one pupil to the other. I would follow Coastal or Zennioptical instructions for measuring you own, and also double check it with the PD from your old exam.”
- From Outlander: “Today and tomorrow at JCPenney all clearance is additional 25% off!”
- Rachel posts on Facebook: “Certain Kellogg’s cereal is on sale at Jewel for 4/$8. I got back a $3 cat yesterday. Nice!”
- A heads up from Tara: “No go at the south Elmhurst Jewel this morning [with the tiny Tides]. When I told her the little packets were the trial/travel size, she said those were only “samples” and these are the trial/travel. Whatever! Not worth making a fuss :)”
- Outlander shares: “I had the same problem in Bartlett, but after checking with the mgr. I got it.”
- Jane says: “Starting Wed. cabbage will only be .28 at Jewel! I just read the ad previews. Right in time for St Paddys Day.” Use 20% back on SavingStar to get it for even less.
- Rangerdave shares: “New offer for Ebony magazine. P&aG usually has special inserts twice a year, plus there are usually a couple of coupons per month for hair and beauty items.”
- A DiGiorno sighting from jackie: “I also saw that menards had these pizzas on sale for $5 this week”
- Martina was wondering about the free-after-rebate paper: “How much did you pay?” Out of pocket is $16 with coupon (plus tax) and you get a $16 easy rebate.
- Julie says: “The Hammermill paper is a check, the 5 ream Staples paper is a gift card.”
- Shandelle shares: “You can also text STORETRIP to get the following (Exp 4/5): *$1/2 Market Pantry apple juice (64 oz or larger) *$1/1 Market Pantry frozen chicken item (20 oz or larger) *$2 off a Deli Purchase of $5 or more *$2 off a Fresh Fruit or Vegetable purchase of $5 or more *$1/3 Market Pantry cheeses (5 oz or larger) *$1/2 Market Pantry crackers *$1/2 Simply Balance chips (5 oz or larger) *$0.50/2 Market Pantry canned vegetables or fruits (14.5 oz or larger) *$1/2 Archer Farms salsas or dips”
- Nikki reports: “The P3 is no longer on price cut at my stores- regular price is $1.79, so $0.15 each.”