Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
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- Darlene found: “I can add another FREE Kindle book to your list! It’s for all Duck Dynasty fans. Duck Dynasty book is free Sept 25 & 26 (Wed/Thurs) Grab it while you can!”
- A place to use the $1.00/1 Starbucks iced coffee coupon, from DON: “These are priced at $1.99 but rang up at $1.50 , making them of course 50 cents after coupon…. the wife loves these”
- A deal idea from julie: “Check your CVS receipts for the 25% of regular priced items if you didn’t receive one by email. If you get one, you can turn the Edge ECB deal into a money maker. Buy 4 Edge shave gels @ 3.49 each ($13.96) Use 2 BOGO Free printables from coupons.com (-$6.98) Use 2 $1/1 coupons from the 8/18 SS (-$2.00) Use the 25% off CVS coupon (-$3.49) Now you are at $1.49 + tax with a $4 ECB back for a nice little moneymaker.”
- From Shandelle: “The $.50 Lady Speedstick coupons said limit 4 at a time.. I had a $1 off Speedstick coupon from a CVS mailer that appeared (and scanned) like a manufactuer coupon, so I used that instead, 4 of the $.50 coupons and $1/$5 deodorant from the red machine.. used another $3 in existing ECB, it was around $3.87 due and receive $6 ECB. Which for me was like paying $.87 for all 5 or a little over $.17 each.”
- Susie says that the $5/20 is: “Available in the suntimes too!”
- A question on the Catalina deals from Samantha: “Does anybody know if this is working on the Huggies Pure & Natural diapers?”
- VB reports: “I tried this on the slip-on diapers didn’t get the $10 cat. Since the sign was up and didn’t have exclusions on which diapers she gave me a $10 gift card but took the sign down that was near the diapers.”
- Melissa comments: “I went today and the $8.99 tags say valid until Oct. 1st. But you never know. They could always take them down.”
- Something to check for from Shandelle, to go with the $.75 Ibotta deposit: “Had $1.78 personalized price on Pantry Essentials milk at Dominick’s (1 gallon, white non flavored unlimited exp 10/1) and redeemed this yesterday… hooray! $1.03 milk!”
- A deal idea from Ashley: “Poise is part of pick up the values and their own promo. Buy one Poise get a coupon for a free one. Buy two get $1 onyo Buy three get $2 onyo Buy four get $3 onyo There’s a $2/1 from a magazine Huggies are on clearance for $4.49-$4.99 Huggies are also on their own catalina Buy two get $3 onyo Buy three get $5 onyo Buy four get $7 onyo There are printable and insert coupons for $2/1 Buy four Poise and three Huggies for $33.43 Use one Poise free coupon Use three Poise $2/1 coupons Use three Huggies $2/1 coupons Pay $16.44 Get back $10 store onyo Get back $3 Poise onyo Get back $5 Huggies onyo Buy three Poise and four Huggies for $32.93 Use one Poise free coupon Use two Poise $2/1 coupons Use four Huggies $2/1 coupons Pay $15.94 Get back $10 store onyo Get back $2 Poise onyo Get back $7 Huggies onyo”
- From Nicole C.: “Just saw that there is a $1/1 Essential Everyday Coffee Creamer coupon. It shows a photo of what appears to be a dry creamer, but doesn’t specify any particular type on the coupon. Does anybody knows if Jewel carries a refrigerated creamer, and if so, what is the average price? Thanks!
- News from Outlander: “Just read this article in today’s Daily Herald that Jewel will remove all self-checkout machines. Some stores already removed them, and the others will within a year. They will supposedly hire more cashiers for more “personal touch” with the customers. I hate it. I always use self-check and hate going to reg. check out. Meijer said that they will not remove them, because its important that people have a choice. Another reason I like Meijer more. ”
- Uncartie sends over the link: “Stores that have already eliminated the self-checkout include Glen Ellyn, River Forest, Palatine, Libertyville, Schaumburg on Schaumburg Road, Arlington Heights on Vail Street as well as in South Suburban Frankfort and in Chicago on Ohio and State streets and Harlem and Foster avenues. Others will be done over the next six months to one year, said Jewel spokeswoman Allison Sperling.”
- Kim says: “The kraft mac n cheese is 75 cents when you buy 5 and I also have a 1/3 mprks. Hope it works!”
- One from Su: “Bone Broth! It’s good for what ails you! Save those chicken bones/carcass. Any time you buy a rotiserie chicken or roast your own be sure to put that carcass into the freezer. I will toss my bones and things into a pressure cooker frozen. It’s no matter. 1 chicken carcass 1 or 2 beef shanks Beef marrow bones if you have them (you can leave them out if you don’t) 1 bag of baby carrots 2 onions, quartered 2 TBS Apple Cider Vinegar 2 TBS Red Boat Fish Sauce (or any fish sauce, or a little soy sauce, or leave out) Water to cover plus about 2 inches, or to the max fill on your pressure cooker. Close cooker, bring to pressure on high heat. Allow to vent for 5 minutes. Put weight on vent hole. When weight starts to jiggle lower heat to the lowest point you can but the weight should still be jiggling. Cook for 45 minutes. Allow to drop from pressure normally (do not speed release). Use this broth as a base for anything or just drink it by the cup full when you aren’t feel up to snuff. MMMMMMM….”
- One from Adrimom: “I’ve always tried to include some organic food into my family’s diet but after watching a movie last night, I’m terrified of foods containing GMOs for my kids. Where should I shop? Suggestions?”
- Some ideas from Mandy: “I don’t know where you live, and how willing you are to shop several stores. I buy mostly organic produce, and only if it’s a product of the USA. More and more of the organics are imported, but, I do pretty well at Meijer, Trader Joe’s, Dominicks, Village Market in Wheaton, on Geneva and President, and Target. Occasionally I get a good deal at Angelo Caputo’s. I stock up on sales, and have learned to wrap and store properly, so, very little ever goes to waste. Many times, I pay the same price for organic as conventional produce. So far, meat is a problem for me to find at a reasonable price, but, Trader Joe’s has some reasonable priced lunch meat’s that state they didn’t use antibiotics.”
- From Sarah M.: “Weird question: where I can get cheap matchstick style or bamboo blinds? I need a standard size (like 30″ wide) for three windows in my garage (to replace some terribly dirty white mini blinds) Since its the garage I don’t want to spend a lot. In years past I’ve seen many on clearance for around $10 (?) but now of course I can’t find any for that cheap. Thanks in advance!”
- Shandelle’s experience with Pinecone: “PInecone is the single best survey site I participate in to date. I’m 30 now and have been participating with them since I was about 18! I remember when we used to get $5 checks in the mail… and the sad day they sent an email saying I had to downgrade to $3 per survey.. But it’s still worth it. I don’t get product tests mailed to me too often anymore, but still get a lot of $3 surveys.. probably 2 or 3 per month?”
- Laura shares: “Pillow racers were marked down from $39 to $19.99 at target. I used my $10 giftcard from 4 Advil purchase and spent $11 out of pocket for a great Christmas present for my son!”
- MARY says: “My Target mailed coupon book didn’t have a $5 off of $50…but it did tell me that October is double point month if you do the pharmacy rewards program.”