Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
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- On the Golden Snitch pocket watch necklace, Krista warns: “Just so you know, I ordered this in SEPTEMBER- and it never DID come.”
- Krystle noticed: “There’s also a bunch of the Udi’s gluten free products( blueberry muffins, plain bagels, white/whole grain/ cinnamon raisin sandwich bread, tortillas, pizza crust, and 6pk hot dogs buns) on sale for $3.29, minus the $1.50/1 printable, $1.79 each! Also the 4pack of hamburger buns are also on sale for 2/$5, makes for $1 per pack for gluten free hamburger buns! I’m pretty sure this is a great deal!”
- Shawna shares: “I called today to order the Sunday only Tribune for 75 cents deal, and I got it for 50 cents per week. I’m not sure how this happened. I didn’t even ask for 50 cents, but I’m happy!”
- Nikki noticed: “FYI-The El Monterey coupons say ‘one per customer’.”
- Jessica sends over: “Just a heads up for your readers… I tried to purchase some allergy medicine (totaling about $33) and gave them two CVS coupons – a $5/25 any allergy purchase that printed out from the magic coupon machine, and a $5/25 ANY purchase that was sent to my card from an email. CVS wouldn’t take them, and told me that per their new coupon policy any dollar off purchase coupons have to be distinct (so I could have used both only by purchasing $50 or more of merchandise). I have stacked coupons like this successfully many times in the past, so I don’t know if it was just a fluke or if this is indeed a change, but since they cited the ‘NEW coupon policy’, be warned. :)”
- Some egg information from peaches: “I bought a dozen organic eggs at the winter farmer’s market in Evanston two weeks ago, and they were the best eggs I have ever had, and I am not an egg lover usually, but I spent $5 on them. $4 a dozen is the absolute cheapest you can purchase them for at the farmer’s market, and then they aren’t organic. I live by myself though, and so it takes a month for me to go through a dozen eggs. BTW- You can use one heaped up tablespoon of soy flour and one tablespoon of water in place of one egg when you are making cake or pancakes that call for eggs. I do that when I fix pancakes from scratch all the time, and I can’t tell the difference..”
- Marsha says: “Jerry’s has a weekly ad, does not change daily as stated below” The original commenter may have been referring to an unadvertised deal.
- Maureen on the Challenge Butter: “There are also .55 blinkies at the store.”
- Shandelle found: “Aquafina Flavorsplash is 2/$1 at Jewel thru 4/22. If you still have any of the BOGO coupons from the SS 1/26, this makes them $.25 each, which is the best price I have seen so far. They are regular price $.78 at Walmart, too.”
- Shandelle shares: “I noticed on Jill Cataldo’s Jewel matchups for this week that 7 oz Bagel Bites will be on sale for $1.50. Through tomorrow, Wed 4/2, only- If you have the $1 back on 2 Bagel Bites from Checkout 51, use the $1.50/3 printable from www.bagelbites.com/en/Savings-and-Stuff and pay $.67 per box after Checkout 51.” She adds: “Also the $1.50 coupon prints with a very short exp of 4/8 in case that is an issue.”
- Shandelle on the El Monterey breakfast burritos: “Jewel has these 10/$10 regular price, too.”
- From seachicago: “Another good coupon to double is the 50 cents/2 Ortega (1/19SS)—the black beans are 89 cents, so 39 cents/ea. Also, Eggland’s Best large eggs are $2/doz., use 35 cent coupon (2/2 SS) to make these $1.30, which is comparable to Wags sale this week. I usually like eggs to be under $1, but I’m curious to see if EB really does taste better!”
- Shandelle asks: “So is this Jingit app worth it? I just downloaded it on my iphone and signed up. I’ve heard virtually nothing about it on any coupon blogs, which makes me think it’s one that’s really difficult to earn anything. It looks like it’s $3 to get the Visa card for them to actually pay you but you have to earn that through money made using the app, so not really a deal breaker for me I guess. I tried to google for reviews and didn’t find much other than a few random blogs saying it wasn’t the best for earning money. But maybe with the coupons/offers it’s a little easier. It looked like the only stores it was offering me was Target, Walmart and Food4Less. Looks like you check in with the app so is it similar to Shopkick? Anyone been successfully using this to say if it’s really worth it? I’m all for free money, even if it accrues and takes a while (a la Checkout 51).”
- Shandelle confirms that a gift card deal on Windex bathroom Touch-Up is still going: “Yes, the tags in my Target indicated the $3.39 price and the Buy 4 get $5 GC were both good until 4/19. Keep in mind, it was on the bathroom touch ups and not the kitchen ones as far as signage and what an employee told me.”
- She adds: “I just read on Krazy Coupon Lady that Checkout 51 may be offering $1 back on Windex Touch Up tomorrow so maybe wait a day? :)”
- A tip from Samantha on Facebook: “I was just checking out the Target coupons on their site. I noticed when you hover your mouse over the coupons, it tells you if they are Target store coupons!” I just noticed that today as well! And it tells you when it will expire.
- From seachicago: “FYI: if you do the Right Guard deal, keep an eye on how much the coupons scan for. One of my MQs scanned for $1.50 instead of $2, and I have no idea why. On the plus side, the $5/2 Nivea lotion qs went thru without a hitch! Also, Krave cereal is included in the BOGO $3 sale. Got 12 boxes for $16 ($1.33/ea) using 2 $1/3 qs. Good price for a cereal that doesn’t go on sale too often, with no store brand available anywhere. It looked like all varieties of Mini Wheats were included in the sale, too.”
- Nikki says: “The Right Guard Q scans at $1.50 off if they scan the old bar code. It will scan at $2 off if they scan the new bar code. (Thanks, ETC!) I had to explain a bunch of times to the cashier & Team Leader at Broadview last night about the Nivea coupons-they gave them to me for free, adjusting the coupons down.”
- Shawna reports: “I saw the Mars Bites at the Shorewood WalMart selling for $1, too.”