Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
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.
- *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- On Million Dollar Quartet, dawn says: “i bought tickets for our family……hubby and i saw it last year and it was great. always talked about taking our boys and now we are! highly recommend!”
- Kitty emails: The Shopmium Chobani 100 offer has 3 options: buy 1 get 25c; buy 2 get 50c; buy 3 get 75c. They are $1.02 at Glenview/Northfield [Target] store so 77c each WYB 3.” They are also $1.00 in tomorrow’s Jewel ad.
- Outlander comments: “I just got my May delivery and I had 3 of these (different flavors) to get to my 20%.”
- She also found: “Ooh, look at this [Land Before Time DVD collection] too! My son use to love these when he was younger! And I love them too. :)”
- She noticed: “And your watch from the other day dropped in price. :)”
- Finally she spotted one more thing: “And this [The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug combo pack]!!”
- A heads up sent over by Katie: “not sure where to put this in the blog and maybe you can find out more details …heads up that at dollar tree today they have begun to scan coupons and if one doesn’t scan they won’t take it even if it fits their coupon policy.” As always, this might vary by store since their policy doesn’t currently say they won’t take it if doesn’t scan.
- ElizabethF found: “Tegu blocks are 25% off at Marbles the Brain Store.“ Looks like they are having a customer appreciation 25% off sale in general, plus free shipping.
- From andi: “Uline sells the 8.5″x12″ Uline Bubble Mailer (white, plastic outside) for $27 for 100 (can buy a single box). Would charge freight, but if you’re local and can pick up in Waukegan, it’s free. I personally bought on ebay recently, for approx $28 for the 10×13 (100 quantity). This way, I have for larger items, and can fold over the excess for smaller packages.”
- Don posts on Facebook: “Is there any word on what is going on with some of these Marianos stores , namely Shorewood location. Is it me or is it by time we should be hearing something?“
- Callie emails: “Do you have any suggestions for the best printer wireless printer to use for coupon printing? I have finally come to the conclusion that the HP does the best wireless acceptance of printing coupons but I want a high yield printer that won’t cost an arm and a leg in ink since I like to print A LOT of coupons haha! I figured you would be my go-to lady!!” My two cents: I have the HP P1102w, which is their cheapest wireless laser. After a recent update, the coupons.com app works with it so I can print from iPad and iPhone. I get my toner cartridges on amazon for about $10 each. It has been perfect for me!
- Nancy is wondering: “Has anyone found the Ocean Potion 1 oz facial sun care? I looked at Walmart and Target with no luck. Walmart only had after sun in these products, Target didn’t seem to carry it. Thanks!! “
- Sarah wonders about Miracle Noodles: “Has anyone tried these before? Do they just taste like nothing but whatever sauce you put on them? I just started a low carb diet and am curious to try these.”
- A report from lisa on next week’s instant savings deal: “want to take a trip out to the new mount prospect store? some of our prices are cheaper: kraft cheese: $1.38 (wyb 10) capri sun and kool-aide: $.98 (wyb 10)”
- Kari O.’s take: “If organic and natural items are a big deal for you, go to Costco. If you’d rather save money and don’t care if it’s unhealthy, go to Sam’s Club. We’ve shopped both and getting similar items and quantity found our trips to be $100-$200 cheaper at Sam’s Club. lol. We buy everything from produce, frozen foods, bottled water and rust remover salt. A cartload of two months worth of stuff is about $200 at Sam’s Club for our family of 4. At CostCo the like items were over $450 but getting natural and organic things were fun. We shop CostCo once or twice a year with friends, but we keep our Sam’s Club membership for generic Claritin D savings alone.”
- Artie shares: “Costco has better quality & selection overall. Most of the stuff at Sams are national brands that can be found in any grocery store and when on sale are always lower in price. Sams discounts it’s memberships often. Costco rarely if ever discounts their membership except for maybe when they open a new store and even that doesn’t hold true for all their openings. Price Challenge: Costco vs. Sam’s Club: media2.abc15.com/html/pdf/CostcoSams2014.pdf“
- From SoapboxTray: “I second Costco, have had a membership for years, my kids have gone nuts for the tiny cucumbers they have had there lately, and I get my Horizon half and half for my coffee. It is a half gallon size for around $4 (Lake Zurich) you cannot beat that anywhere. Not a fan of any part of Wal-Mart.”
- Outlander agrees: “That’s exactly what I was gonna say- you don’t really want to shop at any part of Walmart. Definitely get Costco. Even though for full disclosure I have Sam’s membership too, but it expires on 5/17 and I’m not renewing. I’m getting Costco next.”
- Kari O. adds: “The tiny cucumbers are EVERYWHERE right now. We got the same size bag from CostCo at Garden Fresh for $1.99! And I saw a tiny bag of 4 of them at Jewel for $1.49. I laughed. “