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.
- For those looking for flyers for possible coupons, Kim says: “Buttera is a centrella store as well as Berkley finer foods in Batavia”
- Kristi asks: “I’m in NW suburbs. McHenry to be exact. Are there any Centrella stores near me?”
- Sandy says: “Wisted’s in Woodstock had the coupons in their ad.”
- A tip from Deb for those in the market for a tablet or computer who would like to print coupons: “I have a Nexus 7 and have been unable to print from it either. If your’re serious about q-ing, go with a reg laptop. I prefer Dell’s myself.”
- A heads up from Fran on the multiple Hellmann’s coupons in JFU: “I have those same 3 Hellman’s coupons in my JfU. I bought two, but only one of the $1/1 coupons came off. Customer Service did reimburse me the other dollar, but I shouldn’t have to wait in line for a refund.”
- Becky is wondering: “So how much of a tip do you give the [Peapod] driver? You are supposed to tip right? Just wondering since this seems so high end. LOL.
- One from Sharon: “I’m looking for a good toilet paper deal.”
- Jennifer on Facebook asks: “What’s the general consensus on Punchcard?..”
- From Matt: “TV suggestion: For $.99 at Good Will you can get an older working TV. If you go buy a new TV it’s $100 to $150 for a small one, $150 to $300 for a medium one and $300 and up for a bigger TV.”
- LauraL says: “I agree with Matt about Goodwill for TVs. If you are willing to use a converter box, you can get a great tv for almost free. If it doesn’t work, they will let you return it for free. The day after Thanksgiving is the best time to buy new tvs. You might want to get a one at Goodwill just to last you until Nov. Same goes for printers at Goodwill. Remember to factor in the cost of the ink. So what ever you choose, see how much ink costs and if it can be refilled. With color printers, you can always change the print preferences to grey scale so color printers print in black and white.”
- Ruby Red comments: “A TV suggestion: Not sure how much you want to spend, but when we got ours Best Buy was having a deal. If you opened one of their credit cards, you can pay the balance off interest free for three years. I think TOTAL you had to spend $800. Total meaning everything – not just the TV. We ended up getting a TV, wall bracket and Blu-ray player. I’m paying $35 a month. Not bad!”
- Matt also offers: “The thing about buying an HDTV is the over-the-air channels with an antenna are HD, but you don’t get a DVR or any cable channels. But to get actual HD you need a cable package with HD, which costs more. In some cases if your cable package is not HD the digital cable looks just as good if not better on a standard definition TV since it is standard definition cable. It all really depends on how much TV you watch. $300 and up for a TV is a lot if you are on a limited budget.”
- Ashley found: “So each of the boxes of the Renu marker “25th anniversary” has a coupon for $2 off your next one haha its like theyre asking us to roll their product with the free after RR products this week”
- John reports: “Milk is $2.29 at Chicago Walgreens ($1.74 after Dean’s milk coupon). I’ve often used RRs for dairy before, and never had anyone reject it, especially if you have something else in the order.”