Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
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- A find from Ginger: “American Sales has their pool blow up stuff on clearance today and if you buy a display item you get a extra 50% off. I just bought over 200.00 worth of blow up floats for 57.00 and I have a 25.00 rebate check coming. 27.00 for everything. This is the one in Tinley Park.”
- On the Product Movers printable coupons, JoAnne on Facebook says: “FYI: these are printable from your iPhone/iPad ”
- Judy S. reports on the upcoming cheap chicken: “I used that coupon today at Dominick’s at the self checkout. It scanned fine but the Dominick’s person had to approve my coupons at the end of my order. She did it without questioning.”
- Check your local flyers, because Ashley: “got a special Jewel coupon, not sure if every store getting, but for my store $5/50. Was with my weekly sale flyers in mail today” She adds: “We have nothing new haha it’s roselle rd and wise rd. the other jewel does them for tonys opening but this one has nothing new”
- In case you are not impressed with your mystery offer, Kristy says: “FALL4MELB will give you 40% off one full priced item. Expires 08/11″
- Sarah adds: “The 40% off code works on some sale items, too. I’d recommend trying it on anything you are interested in. It doesn’t seem to work on clearance, but I’m not sure that the items have to be full-priced. I think the fine print says regular price which might mean reduced price but not clearance.”
- Christine on Facebook asks: “Did anyone else notice this? If you look at Meijer’s online ad. There is an e-ad also. This is next weeks ad but shows dates 8/4-8/10. Do you think this is a mistake or could they be running both ads? I saw it on the Bolingbrook store.” My guess it is just an error in the date since other regions’ sales do start on the Sunday before they start here.
- Mariana comments: “Dont forget the LA Gear shoes for kids are on sale for $20 and if you buy a pair you get a $10 catilina for your next purchase. So its like $10 kid shoes!”
- A couple from meg: “Does anyone know a great deal on infant clothing ? Also on tents for camping?”
- Amy on Facebook wonders: “Anyone one get an email stating that they won the $200 free groceries sweepstakes from Kelloggs? I got an email stating I won and asking me to confirm my address, but the email is not from Kellogg, from a marketing company. I am going to look into it, they did attach the offical rules from the Kelloggs sweepstates, but just trying to figure out if this is legit. I never win anything so I am hesitant about this being real.”
- Kay shares: “Sears at North Riverside had all cosmetics 75% off. NOT sure if this is all stores or not but if near a Sears check it out…got Rimmel eyeshadow for $1.50 and Almay base for 3.25. North Riverside was pretty picked over”
Shop & Save
- Another use for the $2.00/1 rotisserie chicken coupon in the Jewel coupon book from letsshop: “Better yet Shop&Save has it for $3.99 !”
- An idea from Kitty: “Regarding the Bic pens, why not just post redeem the coupons…would be a lot easier and probably avoid arguments with cashiers. Also, carry a copy of the coupon policy…that alway works well for me.”
- Kristy noticed: “Dial complete foaming handsoap (7.5 oz) is 4 for $5 at the Bridgeview location. There is a $1/2 ANY complete foaming handsoap in the 08/04 RP, making them $0.75 each.” It is in the Chicago ad too, so probably everywhere.
- Matt sends over a heads up: “I went to Ultra to do the 4/$8.88 ice cream deal last night. The ice cream was ringing at $3.50 instead of $2.97 and when taking off the $3 it was making it $11 instead of $8.88. I got them to fix it for me at the service desk, but anyone who did this deal may want to check their receipts as the register was charging $2.12 more than it should have (an additional $.53 an item). Anyone who did this deal at Ultra may want to check their receipts.”