Reader deals 8/23/14

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.

Amazon

Apps

  • Shandelle says: “ALSO I think the exp date on the Laughing Cow Ibotta rebate varies per user. I have 2 phones in my household, when I redeemed one the other day it told me it expired Friday night like you posted. My other phone shows exp of midnight 8/24. My mom’s phone shows exp of midnight 8/25. She unlocked the rebate after me, maybe it depends on when you unlock it.”

Coupons

  • Valentina S. shares: “Got the e-mail from Chobani on 8/23/14 at 4:15 a. m.: ‘We’re happy to hear you received our coupon! Unfortunately, the coupon you printed had an error and should be discarded. Please see the link below to redeem the Buy One Get One Free coupon we intended to send.’ Oops, I redeemed the first 2 coupons at Meijer. They didn’t scan, but the self checkout associate entered them for me. The coupons don’t have stated face value.”
  • Jane says: “I got this same email from Chobani early this morning! I already used 1 coupon at Jewel the other night and it is the one that scanned in at 99c and I did think that was odd. So I re-printed the new coupon with the link they sent and it says max value $1.39. The old one has a max value of 30 cents! That’s why it isn’t scanning at Walmart I bet. Why it came up 99c @ Jewel is another story. I am just glad we got to the bottom of it. I was afraid the new one may have certain flavors written on coupon, which I can never find around here!”

Jewel

  • From comicbob: “The Jewel in Lake Zurich told me they have a free cookie club for kids as well (for those who don’t like fruit?)” They do. The card is just a thing for the kids and doesn’t need to be scanned. You just go to the bakery and ask. Most times, I have been offered a cookie as well :).
  • Outlander comments: “They do and there’s a card for it too, except you don’t need it at all. There are always cookies to take on the bakery counter, so the kids just take it. But I never remember the fruit, since my store never got the cards in and never know anything about it when I do remember to ask.” I haven’t seen cookies on the counter, we just ask. I guess it will vary by store.
  • Kari O. says: “Yeah, my kiddos get a cookie first and an apple or banana to go. :)” Mine too!

Meijer

  • From feelgood: “Even cheaper at Meijer. Ziploc 50 ct sandwich bags are $1.99. Buy 4 for $7.96. Use two $2/2 MQ‘s and one $1/2 Target coupon. Now it’s $2.96 for 4. You get a $2.00 Catalina which comes out after your 3rd Ziploc…you can scan that through as payment if you’re at self-serve. Total cost is $0.96 for 4 Ziploc! I actually had 2/$3 Ziploc rainchecks which I used tonight, so it was a one dollar MM for me.”

Menards

  • Kari O. reports: “In store the FAR ladies socks actually included youth as well! Picked up a pack for both my kiddos (toddler and kindergartener)! Although the sizes were really slim in Fox Lake. Lots of girls styles but only two boys and we took the last pack with black, white and grey colors.”

Target

  • Helen found Sunbutter: “Temporary Price Cut at my Target (Kenosha) for $4.97 through 9/6!”

Walgreens

  • Shandelle shares: “If your cashier is willing to scan the RR first, stuff might go through correctly? I don’t know, maybe the stars just aligned for me earlier tonight. I bought another Clearasil tube for $5.49, 3 Glade scented oil warmers ($1 each wyb 3) and a pack of the $.19 erasers as a filler. I gave the clerk my $3 RR from Almay yesterday first, then 3 $1 Glade printables and then the $1 Clearasil coupon.. all scanned without any problems. So who knows! And side point, if you buy the free Glade scented oil warmers, you can submit for $.75 back from Checkout 51 for a nice money maker (too bad the Ibotta offers expired, though). The Glade scented oil warmers are $1 each wyb 3 through 8/30.”
  • Jane comments: “I think Kroger used to accept RR from Walgreens and so did Walmart. I have not tried to use them there for months, does anyone know if they still take them? Thanks!”

Walmart

  • Nora tried Savings Catcher: “Thank you for posting this. I submitted mine online and have already gotten $7.62 back on three dinky receipts from this past week. One thing that is worth pointing out: Savings Catcher will NOT cover BOGOs – if you have those, you will still need to price match at the register.”
  • A point from Shandelle: “One of the things I really like about Savings Catcher is that because I travel quite a bit and shop outside the Chicago area sometimes, where I’m not familiar with stores and seeing the ads.. it’s doing that extra work for me. I go back and forth between Indianapolis and Chicago at least once per month to visit family. I try to check their sales before my trips but I miss stuff. Savings Catcher is awesome to pick up the slack for local stuff! :)”
  • She adds: “Someone somewhere (wish I could remember where I read it) said that they had already price matched in the store and got back additional money because Savings Catcher spotted an even lower price!”
  • And: “You can also download the Walmart app for iphone (and presumably Android) and once you register your phone and login to your walmart account, you can just scan the receipt in about 2 seconds, select purchase date and submit. I just installed the app today after typing in all the #s online and the app works beautifully.”
  • On Bic Brite Liners, Outlander says: “They are still $0.69 or $0.79 at Wags through today. I bought a bunch since its hard to find green highlighters and some teachers specifically request them.”

Reader deals 8/22/14

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.

Amazon

  • A find from Outlander: “Good deal on hazelnuts on Amazon if you like them for baking or whatever. Only $7.65/lb. with 20% S&S. I checked at Caputo’s 2 days ago and it was $12.99/lb.”

Costco

  • Rebecca comments: “Costco usually has Hansens, Apple & Eve, and their own Kirkland varieties, which are 100% juice or (even better in my opinion) watered-down juice, and nothing more. You can also get Hansens and Apple & Eve at most grocery stores.”

Coupons

  • Jane noticed: “It shows in the preview of the Walgreens ad that there is $1 Wet n Wild coupon in Sundays paper. I’m not sure if this is a new one or not or if it says you must buy more than $1 this time either? We will see….”

Food 4 Less

  • To get digital coupons, Valentina S. says: “Food 4 Less is a Kroger store. I registered here

Meijer

  • Tori shares: “I just came back from the Meijer in Aurora. They have all clearance clothes an extra 25% off what they are marked. I’m not sure if it’s all clearance because I was in a hurry, but got some boys athletic shorts for $3.38, boys jeans for $7.35, girls swimsuit $4.50, and even mens cargo shorts for $9.”
  • Something to look for from Maria: “On my mPerks, I had a coupon for 10 free 4×6 single image prints with the restriction that I had to print from the Meijer mobile app to store. The offer expires 8/23. I think this is a new feature on the Meijer mPerks app.”

Menards

  • Jane says: “I see the Gum 2 packs of toothbrushes are $1.49 BOGO and we have an insert coupon for 55c/1 Gum product. Does Menards allow a coupon on the free item? I’m guessing not but I really have not read their policy. Even if you use just 1 coupon, that makes 24 cent toothbrushes after the deal. Not bad if you need them. (they say super soft, which does sound nice on my gums…no pun intended!)”
  • A question from Sally: “Did anyone get papers at Menard’s Joliet last Saturday? My inserts were very thin, like Suntimes inserts.”

Rebates

  • Shandelle shares: “I can’t remember who it was that asked in the last couple days but regarding the Clearasil free after MIR questions concerning needing the UPC off the package. I just noticed on their facebook page they’ve responded to people saying you can either include a photo of the UPC along with the rebate form -or- more simply you can just write down the UPC on a post-it or something and include it with your submission. I plan to just take a screenshot of this Facebook reply & print it out to send along with the UPC written down, just to cover my bases.”

Target

  • To go with the $2.00/2 Ziploc, Cari points out: “Totally Target posts there is a Target $1/2 as well.” Note that the Target coupon is only for the 20-50 ct.
  • And Krystle noticed: “New Target mobile Q’s, text THANKS. Includes a 75 cents off of 2 Ziploc items (food storage and wrap). So $1.16 each for the 100 count sandwich bags.”
  • Andi has a possible use for the $1.50/1 coupon: “Spotted Infant’s Advil on clearance at Target in the Baby aisle for around $4.”

Ultra Foods

  • From susie: “There is a $1 coupon in the 6-29 RP that expired on July 27 for the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.”

Walgreens

  • An idea from Kitty: ” Lets All Complain to Walgreens. Here is the Walgreens customer service number……….1-800-925-4733. I called them today, nicely explained how unhappy I was with the new RR wording and rules and how that will affect my not shopping at Walgreens in the future. If each one of us took 5 minutes to do this, maybe it would have some effect.”
  • Shandelle shares: “Last year I went through a self check at Walmart and tried to scan a Walgreens RR just to see what would happen but it was rejected. And I know their system will scan normal manufacturer cents off catalinas, so I don’t think WM takes them. No idea about Kroger, since we don’t have any in the greater Chicago area. I saw a comment on KCL where someone said I think Publix takes them? But we don’t have those here either so not certain.”
  • Jane adds: “Yes, Steve right above my comment said Publix takes RR. I will have to re-read Krogers policy again to check, but several years ago I was talking to the CS girl at Kroger and she said they took them then but I do believe policy has changed. They were denying my Driscolls (printable) coupons if they were worth more then 75% of the price of the product, but since have changed that policy. They now accept printables just like insert coupons. I think they were afraid of fraud because people would make copies and the checkers were not trained to spot them. I will send my RR to my friend in TN to use at Publix if I get stuck with any! She will love that since she sends me any rebates for beer they cannot do there in TN.”

Walmart

  • Mandy reports: “Someone asked about the Rave trial size hair sprays a few days ago. I found them at the Bloomingdale, IL Walmart a few hours ago for .97 each. The bin was about 1/2 full , so I would guess about 20-30 of them. That is after I bought 1!”

Meijer deals week of 8/21/14 – 8/27/14

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Here are the best Chicago Meijer deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 8/21/14 – 8/27/14.

(Note: Smaller neighborhood grocery Chicago Meijers such as Niles, Melrose Park, Berwyn, and Orland Park, go off a different ad than other Chicago Meijers, so some of your deals may differ from those shown here. Please verify in your own ad. Other states, Northwest Indiana, and downstate IL are on the Sunday-Thursday ad schedule, so sales there start the Sunday before the Thursday they start in Chicagoland in IL.)

Top deals

  • Head over to Meijer mPerks and clip a $5/$50 coupon to use 8/22-8/23 — it says “use on every trip” so you can use more than once, if desired!
  • Strawberries, 2/$4.00. Organic, 2/$5.00. If Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Bunch local kale, $.79.
  • Skechers Kids spellbinders or Rough Trax, $30. Get $10 OYNO when you buy one pair of Skechers women’s, men’s, children’s shoes excludes clearance.
  • Suave Professionals shampoo or conditioner, $1.50. Use $1.00/1 in the 7/27 RP2 (exp 8/24) or print $1.00/1 here to get it for $.50.
  • Skippy peanut butter or Welch’s jelly, 2/$4.00. Buy both get a free Meijer split top bread. $.75/2 Skippy 8/3 SS. $1.00/2 Welch’s 7/27 RP2. So buy two PB, two Welch’s, two bread for $8.00. Use the $1.00/2 and the $.75/2 and pay $6.25 for all six products.
  • Top ten for $10 get the 11th item free deals:

*** Click here to read the rest of this week’s Meijer deals! ***

Reader deals 8/19/14

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.

Jewel

  • Andrea reports on the $1.49 EE cheese: “Also at the Jewel on Laraway in New Lenox, but not the one on Nelson in New Lenox.  I figured it had something to do with the Meijer opening in Frankfort.”
  • Terri J adds: “It’s .49 cents in Lockport too!”
  • Kay asks: “Which Oswego Jewel?”

Kmart

  • Jane says: “It’s K-Mart that sells Crystal Farms cheese! I was confusing Dutch Farms that they sell at Ultra and Jewel with this one. It is actually featured on the front of the Kmart ad thru today for 2/$5 8 oz. chunks or shreds. Whew, glad I figured that one out because it was bugging me.”

Meijer

  • Mandy reports: “Meijer in Bloomingdale had [the Rave travel size] just after the coupon came out, but, they were $1.29 or more I think, which isn’t a good deal to me, but, if you need them, try there.”
  • Valentina noticed: “I got an e-mail from Chobani with subject line ‘New Chobani Limited Batch. Special offer just for you!’ The offer was BOGO Chobani Greek Yogurt 5.3 oz. I printed 2 copies. And I have an Ibotta offer $.75 back when you buy 3 Chobani limited edition yogurt.”

Reader requests

  • Amanda asks: “Has anyone seen any discount codes for Morton Arboretum? Thanks so much!”
  • An alternative from Jen k: “If you’re near Morton Arboretum, consider Cantigny in Wheaton. It’s the old Robert McCormick estate that he donated to the city. The grounds are gorgeous, you can do tours of the home, plus there is a war museum on the property. The kid favorites are the real tanks they can climb all over. The whole thing is family friendly, they allow picnics or eat in their cafe. Parking is $5 and entrance is FREE. “
  • Kelly replies: “A second “yay” for Cantigny. Tanks are a highlight, as are the glass floor in the welcome building with a diorama underneath and the walk through war museum. My kids have loved it for years.”
  • Maggie is wondering: “Has anybody used these replacement screens before? Would you recommend doing this yourself? Thanks!”

Recalls

Restaurants

  • Kristina shares: “Eatza-Pizza special: “All thin crust cheese pizzas are 50% off – add additional toppings for the normal topping price. This offer is valid Monday thru Thursday 4pm to 9pm online only. Valid for pickup or delivery. Give our online ordering a try and save money doing it. www.eatza-pizza.com. On the left side, pick the ‘Back to School Specials’ menu. They’re on Montgomery Rd in Aurora. We just paid $12.xx for an 18″ xl pizza with one topping.”

Target

  • Outlander shares a Quaker idea: “I guess I would buy 11 for $22.50, use 4 $1/2 mfr Qs, 3 $2/3 Target Qs. Pay $12.50 for 11, or $1.14 still. I can’t get it cheaper.”
  • Amanda shares: “When we were in Michigan last week my mother picked that exact place mat up for my daughter at Target. It was $1.99 and they had a lot of other characters. I haven’t looked since I’ve been home but if someone is visiting Target it’s worth a look.”
  • Janell comments: “I read on Hip2save that [Vlasic Farmer's Garden] may be $2.34 at Target.”

Walmart

  • Beth P suggests: “There’s a $1/1 Birds Eye Recipe ready on Savingstar (exp 8/30) so you can submit your receipt from Walmart on the SS app!”
  • A tip from Shandelle: “You can check specific stock on walmart.com including these travel size Rave hairsprays. It’s usually fairly accurate.”
  • MamaHan shares: “The Walmart in Bloomingdale has the latest issue of Que Rica Vida by the customer service counter. The person at CS said they’re free, and they had some decent coupons inside. http://issuu.com/quericavida/docs/july-aug-2014_compressed?e=6360471/8731058 shows what the front cover looks like. Pages 45 and 47 have the coupons, which all expire 8/31/14.
    • Here’s what’s included: $1/1 one box of Nature Valley Granola Bars/Thins, Soft Baked Oatmeal Squares, Breakfast Biscuits, Fiber one Chewy Bars or 90 Calorie Products
    • $.75/1 box of Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes, Fruit by the Foot, Fruit Gushers, Fruit Roll Ups, Ocean Spray/Mott’s/Sunkist/Fiber One Fruit Snacks
    • $1/1 any flavor variety Totino’s Pizza Rolls
    • $.50/1 any size/variety of refrigerated Pillsbury Grands Biscuits
    • $1/1 can of Progresso soup
    • $1/1 box Trix cereal
    • $1/1 box Cocoa Puffs cereal
    • $.75/1 box Lucky Charms cereal
    • $.75/1 box Cinnamon Toast cereal The Totino’s and the Grands coupons will give you free/cheap eats.”

Reader deals 8/18/14

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.

Amazon

  • Outlander found V-8 Fusion: “There’s this one Also check that Q for other options, there’s some good ones.

Costco

  • Nancy M shares: “For those of us with a Costco membership these are an amazing deal this month. The 110 count box [of Finish dishwasher tabs] is on B1G1 free. They are $14.50 in store so each box comes to $7.25 + tax. That is an incredible deal!”

Food information

  • Vicky says: “This [Farmer's Garden] version of pickles lacks Polysorbate 80 which most commercial pickles have.”
  • Sarah comments: “I just learned how to do a whole chicken in the crockpot thanks to my America’s Test Kitchen cookbook for slow cookers. The basic idea is to mix your spices and oil in a bowl and nuke them in the microwave until it is fragrant. You stir about every 30 seconds. Rub the mixture under the skin and on top too. Place breast side down and cook on low 4-5 hours. You place it breast side down so the juices from the leg keep it moist, who knew!” I love America’s Test Kitchen!

Jewel

  • A find from peaches: “I was shopping at the Jewel on Chicago Avenue in Evanston last night, and I spotted the Al Fresco chicken grillers, but there was not a shelf tag for them. When I scanned them, they scanned for $2.99! They are normally $10.99. There is a $1 coupon that is in the 6/22 RP, that I am going to post redeem the next time I am in Jewel. I bought the Italian ones, but they also had buffalo and blue cheese, and caramelized onion burgers too. I have not tried these yet, but I love their chicken sausage. The grillers are in a freezer near the deli department.”
  • And she is wondering: “Anybody have any idea if this cheese is on sale at any other Jewel stores?”

Meijer

  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Allergy sufferers! Meijer in Bolingbrook, on Boughton, by the expressway has 180 mg 150 count “Aller Ease” (Meijer brand) Fexofenadine for $23/bottle. The ones I saw expire in Nov 2015. The boxes are labeled more than $23, but the shelf tag says $23. That’s $0.15 a pill. Yay!”

Reader requests

  • From lynn: “The fine print on the clearasil rebate says you need to send in the UPC. How do you get the UPC off of the plastic bottle?”
  • Ellen asks: “Has anyone found the rave hairspray anywhere? I checked at jewel, meijer and target with no luck so fR.”

Meijer deals — Ten for $10 get the 11th free starts 8/21

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Meijer will be running another ten for $10 get the 11th item free sale starting Thursday 8/21 (or going on now in Sunday market stores). I’m using the Ann Arbor, MI ad for this preview, but Chicago ads usually contain the same list of items when Thursday rolls around. Remember that Meijer does not take a coupon on “free” items, so make sure the 11th item down the belt is not something on which you wish to use a coupon.

  • Coke, Pepsi, 7-Up 2 liters. Print $1.00/2 7-Up TEN.
  • Chef Boy Ardee. Use $.50/4 in the 8/3 SS.
  • 4 pack Hunt’s snack pack pudding etc. Print $1.00/4 here.
  • Meijer split top bread or hamburger or hot dog buns.
  • Totino’s pizza rolls or party pizza. Print $1.00/4 party pizza. And print $.75/3 rolls.
  • Banquet meals or links.
  • Michelina’s entrees. Print $1.00/5 here.
  • Chobani oats or flip yogurt.
  • Meijer 50 ct reclosable snack or sandwich bags.
  • Red, yellow, or orange sweet bell peppers.
  • Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce.
  • Meijer organics whole white or mini bella mushrooms.
  • Baby carrots or organic baby cut carrots. Shows Earthbound Farm, so print $1.00/2 here.
  • Dole classic romaine, just lettuce, or greener selection.
  • Marzetti croutons.
  • Raspberries. If Driscoll’s, use survey coupons.
  • Hunt’s tomatoes, puree, Rotel.
  • Meijer green box pasta or pasta sauce.
  • Eckrich meat franks, bologna, or cotto salami.
  • Armour breakfast or lunch makers.
  • John Morrell 9 oz rope sausage.
  • Pillsbury Grands.
  • Chobani Greek yogurt.
  • Tropicana fruit punch.
  • Dannon Creamery pudding or cheesecake.
  • Purple Cow 8 oz ice cream or party pops.
  • Redi serve patties, nibbles, Cole’s garlic loaf or Bosco stick.
  • Meijer 10 ct waffles.
  • Old Orchard OJ or juice blends frozen concentrates. Print $1.00/4 here.
  • Aunt Jemima breakfast entrees or scrambles.
  • Pillsbury heat n go.
  • Meijer veggies or steamables.
  • Meijer tortillas.
  • Jell-O boxes.
  • Lipton Recipe Secrets, cup o soup, Soup Secrets.
  • Knorr soup recipe.
  • Meijer ketchup, mustard, marinade.
  • Manwich or Wolf chili.
  • Meijer naturals salsa.
  • Meijer premium chunk white chicken or solid albacore cans.
  • Del Monte canned veggies.
  • Bush’s Best or baked beans.
  • Knorr pasta or rice sides.
  • Betty Crocker potato pouches.
  • Kraft mac & cheese boxes or easy mac cups.
  • Annie’s mac & cheese.
  • Gatorade.
  • Vitaminwater.
  • Horizon Organic milk singles.
  • Stride, Wrigley’s, Trident, Pur, or Project 7 gum.
  • Austin crackers or Keebler go cups.
  • Chex Mix or Bugles. $.50/2 in the 6/29 SS (exp. 8/23), 8/3 SS, or printable here.
  • Meijer pretzels or cheese puffs.
  • 4 roll Angel Soft. $.45/1 in the 8/10 RP1.
  • Angels Soft 72 ct facial tissue on the go. $1.00/2 in the 8/10 RP1.
  • 1 big roll Sparkle.
  • Meijer facial tissue.
  • Renuzit.
  • The works toilet bowl cleaner or tub and shower spray.
  • Purina ONE or Alpo wet dog food.
  • Meijer bulk dog treats.
  • Beneful meals, medley, chopped blends.
  • Fancy Feast appetizer.
  • Whisker Lickins.
  • Travel & trial products.
  • Meijer pouf.
  • Meijer 7.5 oz liquid hand soap.
  • Arrid or Arm & Hammer deodorant.

Reader deals 8/17/14

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.

Amazon

  • Outlander also likes this Cheez-It deal: “Yes it is. I ordered 2- 1 at $6.50, and the other at $8.50. Both a great price and good for school lunches.”
  • She also has another find: “This is cheap for school snacks too. There’s $0.50 Q there too.” Frito-Lay Chips Classic mix Multipack, 20 Count $5.49 after coupon, eligible for Prime or free shiping at $35″

Coupons

  • Laura says: “There is also another $1 off Mama Francesca coupon available to be printed on the Target website. It is a manufacturer’s coupon. It does have the Target bullseye but doesn’t say “redeemable at Target” or “redeemable only at Target”. It expires 10/28/2014.”

Dollar General

  • From Krystle: “Dollar General is hopping on the digital coupons, if you sign up there’s a bonus offer coupon $2/2.01 transaction DG store coupon. So if you haven’t done the scrubbing bubbles deals through checkout 51, buy 1 foaming @ $2.75 and 1 toilet gel @ $3.50. Use $1/1 toilet mfg printable and 1 digitally clipped $1/1 mfg, pay $2.25 earn $2.50 back from checkout 51. Also available to clip via DG is the Rubbermaid $1/1, I scored a free water bottle as well. Went very smoothly considering DG’s reputation with coupon scanning/DG employee issues.”

Meijer

  • Tori reports: “I did the Superpretzels at Meijer yesterday and it went through Checkout 51 fine. They are way overpriced at $2.79 though…”
  • But Koupon Kat noticed: “I checked my app and it’s no longer listed in my offers. Hoping it reappears!”

Menards

  • Mandy shares: “I found 37 ct. Swiffer dry sweeping refills at Menards for $7 a box with a $3 rebate on purchase made between 6/27/14 thru 12/31/14. Rebate #0228 says skus: 648-0766-0771 only. There are coupons in the 7/27/14 P&G, and Coupons.com. Not sure how long they will be $7 a box, but, I think this is a pretty decent price by what I have seen. Sorry, I don’t know how to link to Coupons.com.”

Target

  • On the B5G5 Kraft mac & cheese, Susie posts on Facebook: “Target in yorkville dropped the price to .94 !”
  • Catie found the same: “The Kraft mac n cheese at my target (lombard) were just .94 each – making the deal that much better!”
  • A question from Pam: “so far, I’ve only been able to find the MM juice boxes in apple at Target, anyone find any other flavors?” I have found fruit punch at Super Target.

Reader deals 8/16/14

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.

Amazon

  • Kari O. comments: “In case anyone is wondering, this [Cheez-It deal] is a really good deal. I compared packaging and price per oz and this S&S plus coupon is better priced than Sam’s Club. Not that I was doubting Zack…. I just do that (I compare all my Amazon deals to Sam’s Club).”

Jewel

  • From Shandelle: “There is $.50 off EE 16 oz saltines (Exp 9/2) on the cover of the Big Book of Savings for August. Can only use one per transaction, but as it’s a store coupon, should be able to stack with the $1.50/2 manufacturer EE printable.$1.50/2 EE crackers, any variety (Exp 9/18)”
  • Laura shares: “The September issue of All You magazine has another $1 off coupon for any ONE Mama Francesca Premium Grated Parmesan Cheese on page 66. This might make for a good deal if Jewel has another BOGO sale before the coupon expires on 10/31/2014.”

Mariano’s

  • From Mandy: “I found Al Fresco brand chicken sausage patties in the freezer section at Mariano’s in Wheaton today for $6 a box. The cheapest I have ever found them before is $7.99. It’s some kind of markdown, so, not sure how long they will be this price, but, I get $1 off coupons to print from their website . We like their link Italian Chicken sausage a lot, but, haven’t tried the patties yet. These are a 28 oz. box.”
  • Steve F. adds: “Al Fresco just sent out surveys to take and you got a $2.00/1 coupon for doing it. Can print twice. The sent it to me 4 times, but I only did one full survey and maybe 2 questions on the second one….still got the Q’s for the second one. Now just waiting for a BOGO at Publix!!”

Meijer

  • A find from Koupon Kat: “Superpretzels are on sale this week at Meijer B1G1 free. I know Meijer doesn’t take coupons on free items, but I’m wondering if I would have to get four (buy two, get two free) in order to get the Checkout 51 credit for buying two. Has anyone had a free item count towards a purchase requirement on Checkout 51?”
  • She also says: “If you don’t want to go to Walmart [for Nutella], it’s also on sale for $2.99 at Meijer.” On SavingStar, there is 25 cents back right now.

Office Max/Depot

  • Ashley shares: “Through today Office Max Depot has Expo markers for $1 so free with coupon [in tomorrow's insert, if you got the early edition today].”

Reader requests

  • From Mary Ann: “Biotene gum users are complaining they can’t find it anywhere, I’ve even searched online for a friend. Please heads up if you find it locally.”
  • A response from letsshop: “Out in south suburbs my stores say they discontinued the gum ! good deal months back and never found it ):”

Walmart

  • VB shares: “Nutella is on roll back $2.98 @ walmart!” Again, with SavingStar, you can get 25 cents back right now.
  • On the Rubbermaid food storage, patti says: “I have this set an am very happy with them!”