New and improved: Meijer Rewards

Unlike our dear Rachel, I am fortunate enough to have a couple of Meijer stores within reasonable shopping distance. They are both smaller “marketplace” stores, but I do shop there regularly and have been a big fan of the rewards ever since they appeared in mPerks. And they recently updated them to make them even easier to use and more lucrative for the shopper!

Personalized Rewards

mperks home

On your mPerks home page, you will see a snapshot of the rewards you are earning. Usually, the first one will be a general dollar amount back when you spend up to a certain threshold. The usefulness of this reward might be the best feature of the new reward arrangement. It used to be that there were three categories of rewards. You could only have one of each active at a time and couldn’t add another in the same category until the one you first activated was earned or the end of the month came and they were all reset. This $/$$ type of reward was usually paired with categories I knew I would complete faster like dairy, meat, and produce.

Now, you can activate as many of your available rewards as you like at a time. The only limitation is that the earning period for each reward expires 28 days after you activate it. So on your first trip, you can activate the $/$$ AND any of the categories you are buying to ensure that your spending counts for both the general threshold and the category.

When a reward is earned, you will be able to clip it and it will move to your wallet and it will show you the expiration date. A new reward will become available once the earned one is clipped. The next time you check out with mPerks, you will be asked if you want to use the rewards you have clipped, so make sure you have enough in your cart to take full advantage of your earnings before you say yes. And if you have more than one clipped, it will ask if you want to use the next one once you have exceeded the amount of the previous.

dairy deliThe amount of the required spending that the reward is will vary from person to person, month to month, and category to category. And the actual reward categories can vary by account as well. This dairy, deli, and cheese reward has always been one of my favorites, so my spending requirement is relatively high. But since the rewards are calculated BEFORE any coupons (store or manufacturer), promos, or redeemed rewards, it adds up faster than you think. I am almost half way to earning this $10 reward. Here is how I got there:

Trip 1 ($4.99 credit, $3.24 OOP):

  • 2 bottles Simply Lemonade, $4.00. Used $.75/1 manufacturer Catalina coupon that printed at Meijer and a $1.00/$4.00 refrigerated juice/fruit drink store Catalina.
  • Dozen Meijer eggs, $.99.

Trip 2 ($12.00 credit, $8.00 OOP):

Trip 3 ($11.39 credit, $4.55 OOP):

  • 10 Yoplait cups, $5.00. Used two regional $1.00/5 coupons I traded for and got 5% off for using my Meijer credit card ($.25).
  • 2 Danimals smoothie 6 packs, $4.00. Used two $1.00/1 from the 8/24 SS and got $.20 off for the Meijer card.
  • Jell-O pudding 4 pack, $2.39. Free with the two Danimals.

My OOP has been about 55% of what I am getting credit for. If I extrapolate that, I will get $65 worth of dairy, deli, and cheese for net about $28. How cool is that? And for the most part, Meijer has enough good sales on the things I actually need that I don’t have to go looking for something to push me over to earn the reward. I needed the lemonade for a party drink and the eggs and yogurt were great prices for things we needed at the time anyway. That said, when I do need something that I can’t find a deal on, it is so nice to be able to buy it at Meijer knowing that I am getting at least something for it in earning for the reward.

beautyWhen the rewards have a smaller threshold like this beauty one, it is easy to work them into a deal for a particular week and make your own deal that can rival a drugstore or Target deal!

The others I have available right now are home appliances/furniture/storage, frozen food, movies/music/books, health care, apparel, and pets. Most of these are low threshold, as low as $5/$20. So any of these has the potential to save me a trip somewhere else by creating a deal on something I need!

AND, once you earn and clip the reward for a category, you can start earning it again (thanks, Kerri)!

Pharmacy Rewards

pharmacyAs you can see, I am not taking advantage of the Pharmacy rewards, but that is only because I don’t have any prescriptions to fill.

20 pharmacy meijer

If I did, I would definitely take them to Meijer. A 5% grocery and HBA coupon is always nice, plus the Catalina machines are VERY generous with these coupons for $20 off your next shopping trip when you fill a prescription.

Baby Rewards

babyI also haven’t made much of a dent in this one, mainly because the closest think I have to a baby is four and thankfully is no longer in need of things that qualify for this one. I did activate it before I bought a tub of wipes to complete her school supply list because you never know, right?

One stop shopping?

Rewards are just one of the reasons that if I had to choose only one store to shop, it just might be Meijer.

  • I also love that their Catalina machines aren’t stingy. I often get $/$$ coupons, both general and category-specific.
  • mPerks can be great for an extra manufacturer coupon here and there, plus I have been getting great ones lately like BOGO butter, $2/$5 coffee, etc.
  • They are constantly offering 5% off grocery, 15% off general merchandise, etc., both through mPerks and for using their credit card.
  • And I can use all of the cash back apps! Both Ibotta and Savingstar work there, on top of Checkout 51 and Shopmium.
  • Their acceptance of competitor coupons can be nice as well.
  • I find fun clearance there almost every time. Last time it was $1.34 boxes of graham cracker crumbs, and often it is meat.Last month I found a $40 immersion blender on clearance for $32. I had a 20% appliance mPerks coupon and a $5 category reward, plus it pushed me over my general spending reward, so my net cost was somewhere between $15 and $20.
  • Finally, and this might be the biggest thing, I find their produce prices and shelf prices for last-minute needs to be usually reasonable and often great. If I run out of cilantro, it may be $.33 at Tony’s but I might not need to go there otherwise. If I am already in Meijer it is nice to pay just $.50 as opposed to $.99-$1.99 at Jewel. I recently needed barbecue sauce for a party, and found the shelf price to be 25 cents lower at Meijer than anywhere else (plus I was able to use a 5% off grocery mperk).

If you aren’t taking advantage of Meijer rewards, now is the time to start!

Meijer deals week of 9/11/14 – 9/17/14


Here are the best Chicago Meijer deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 9/11/14 – 9/17/14.

(Note: Smaller neighborhood grocery Chicago Meijers such as Niles, Melrose Park, Berwyn, and Orland Park, go off different and more local ads, 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

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Meijer deals — Two day sale 9/12/14 – 9/13/14


Here are your Meijer deals and coupon matchups for the two day sale running 9/12/14 – 9/13/14. Ad may vary by store, so please verify against your own ad. I’m using the Bolingbrook, IL (Boughton) ad for these matchups.


Also, use your Meijer credit card 9/12 – 9/13 only and get 5% off grocery, health, & beauty, 15% off general merchandise, and 20% off apparel excludes sporting goods. Exclusions apply; see ad for full details.

Top Meijer deals for the two day sale

  • Hillshire American Craft sausage, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 here (ZIP 77477 then reload) to get it for just $1.50.
  • Park’s Finest beef hot dogs, $2.50. Use $.55/1 in the 8/3 RP2.
  • 12 oz Bar-S meat franks, $.69.
  • 16 oz Bush’s baked beans, $.99.
  • Powerade, $.59.
  • 24 pack Aquafina, $2.99.
  • 16 oz Chi-Chi’s salsa, $.99. Print yourself $1.00/1 Chi-Chi’s salsa (ZIP 77477 then reload) to get it free.
  • 2 lb baby carrots, $2.00.
  • Marzetti veggie dip or Otria, $2.00.
  • Jack’s original pizza, 5/$11.00.
  • Bumble Bee chunk light tuna, $.49 limit 12.
  • 200 sq foot Reynolds foil, $4.99 limit 2. Print $.75/1 here.
  • 50 ct Hefty foam plates, $1.00 limit 5. Print $1.00/2 here to get them for just $.50.
  • 30 ct Solo Squared cups, $1.99.
  • New Balance 409 men’s or women’s shoes, $39.00.
  • Element 24″ LED HDTV, $129.99.
  • 4 qt programmable Crock Pot, $19.99.

Reader deals 9/7/14

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.


  • Kelly shares: “Yesterday, my husband says to me, “Hey! Did you know the Wall Street Journal has coupons in it?” What?!?!! He’s been getting this paper for a year now and I had no idea that they inserted coupons. They were in the Friday paper and included 2 Smartsource inserts. So if any of your spouses get this paper, check the Friday editions.”

Food 4 Less

  • A tip from Shandelle: “Try logging into your account via to see if you see it? You should be able to login to your account on any of the affiliate branded sites and still see digital coupons. I’ve never had a problem redeeming the freebies at Food4Less but I’m hardly ever by one.. one in a blue moon. Since there’s an alternate ID (cell phone #) attached to my account, I usually just let family members around Indianapolis redeem the freebie off my card at Kroger stores down there.” She clarifies: “Well, I just mean on future Fridays if you’re still having problems. Obviously the coupon would be gone now since it’s Saturday. :)”


  • From shirley: “Today (9/7) is the last day on Yoplait catalina at Hy-Vee. Idea 1: Yoplait Go-gurt 16 ct on sale for $3. Buy 3 go-gurt and 1 Yopait Greek yogurt for a total of $10. Use $1/2 from bettycrocker and $0.35 from Get back $2 CAT and $0.75 from savingstar. Idea 2: Buy 10 Yoplait Greek yogurt for a total of $10. Use 2 x $1/5. Get back $2 CAT and $1 from savingstar.”


  • Kitty emails: ” got this at Jewel. …buy Kleenex facial tissue or hand towels between 9/8/14 and 10/5/14 and save up to $2 OYNO.  buy 5 get $1;  buy 6 get $1.50; buy 7 or more get $2.”


  • Rie shares: “I saw on Bargains on Bounty site that pantene shampoo 3.99×3=11.99 treatment product( I both the prove) 4.09 x2=8.18 Total $20.17 use $3 off5 use 2 $2 off treatment automatically take off $4 from the $20 purchase and get $5 catalina Total $2.17 after catalina for 5 products. I also had get $1 off haircare from meijer and 5% off perks so I barely paid anything for them.”

Reader requests

  • Amber posts on Facebook: “Kids gym shoes, rain boots, and “croc-like” shoes. Any ideas who would have the lowest prices? Super tight budget. Thanks in advance.”


  • A find from Chris: “Sam’s club Naperville was clearing out boxes of the Nature Valley Granola Thins–36 count for $1.91. Dark chocolate flavored only. If you’re at Jewel and need pool inflatables for the kids, check out their clearance section. Sign said 50% off–however, I grabbed a raft that was originally $21 and got it for 1.99. Also a giant inflatable turtle originally $15 scanned at 74 cents. So scan them to see what they’re ringining up!”


  • A report from julie: “The Tena coupon works like a free item coupon and triggers the register to enter the amount, so no overage on the $3.49 packs of Tena at Target, but still a nice moneymaker.”
  • Judy S. suggests: “Price check [One Spot clearance] to be sure what is really included. I picked up a couple new accordion coupon holders for $24 [when the 20% Cartwheel offer was active].”
  • A question from Cran4 on GoPicnic: “Could you please tell me where to find these. Are they in the cereal aisle?”
  • An answer from feelgood: “At my target, they were across the aisle from the cereals.”
  • Shandelle adds: “I found them below instant oatmeal. They had 3 kinds of the breakfast flavors.”
  • A heads up from Kitty: ” Watch the expiration dates on the GoPicnic products at Target.  I saw a lot of expired ones.”
  • Shandelle reports: “Just got home from Target Wilson Yard. They had all colors of BIC Cristal pens on clearance in the school supply section for $.50 so picked up 2 more packs free which I will donate… Way too many packs of free pens as it is. :)”


  • Over at Cuckoo for Coupon Deals, letsshop found a Berocca deal. 2 ct is on sale this month for $3.99. Use the $2.00/1 in the 7/27 RP and stack the $1.00/1 in the September Walgreens booklet. Then get $1.00 back through 9/10 from Checkout 51. Also be sure to load the Balance Rewards offer for 50 points for every dollar you spend on health and wellness to turn it into a moneymaker!
  • Yvette found: “The Wag’s at Palatine and Arlington Heights Road has a bunch of Robitussin cough and cold syrup in their clearance section for $2.59, and also boxes of Slim-fast bars for $1.99 and $1.79. They also have an unadvertised deal (at least I haven’t seen it advertised) on Pringles for only 49 cents an canister.”

Reader deals 9/5/14

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.


  • MamaHan sends over: “ has the link for more information about the upcoming event on Sat., Sept. 27. You can enter your state/zip/museum or keyword to find listings of places you can go. ‘The Museum Day Live! Ticket provides free admission for two people. In the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, who offer free admission everyday, Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian magazine in which participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket… for free.’We went to the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art in Elmhurst last year, and it coincided with the day they had pick your own geodes to open. I’m not sure if they’ll have it again this year. There are beautiful exhibits to look at and interactive displays.In the FAQ’s section, it says ‘the Museum Day Live! ticket is only good for two people per household, per address. If you go to Museum Day Live! with more than one guest, your other guests will have to pay full admission.’ You can only download one certificate for one museum.”

Food 4 Less

  • From feelgood, on getting the Kroger freebies: “Yes, they do have cards, ask for a ‘Rewards Card.’ It’s the same card that’s also used for fuel rewards ($100 groceries = $.010 off per gallon).”
  • But he says: “I signed in to my Food4Less digital coupon account, it has 255 coupons available but the Jimmy Dean one was nowhere to be found. Maybe it’s only for Kroger this week, or been removed?”
  • He sends over an update: “I went to the page, signed into the digital coupon link using my Food4Less rewards card, and added the Jimmy Dean offer. It’s now in my saved coupons on the Food4Less site.”
  • But maybe it is fixed, because Valentina S. comments: “I loaded Jimmy Dean’s to my Food 4 Less card. No problem.”


  • From Shandelle: “I went to yet another Jewel on the way home tonight and checked the liquor section to get more info about the hang tags I saw. It should be good at any Jewel I’d guess. It says save $5 instantly on one bottle of Vita Frute and one bag of Pretzel Crisps (6.2 to 14 oz). Effective 6/25/14 thru 9/30/14. It comes off instantly at the register so even if you store doesn’t have the hang tags, it’s worth trying. Also $1 Pretzel Crisps Minis coupon on FB for sharing on Hopster if it still works (I printed it a while ago)- and the Minis were on sale 2/$3 while the regulars were priced $3.49.”


  • A find from liz: “the meijers in Niles has in the clearance section 3 pack juice like boxes of soy dream and rice dream 75% off making them .95 and their is a 1.00 back from checkout 51..some of the boxes expire on the 6th..some expire the 16th..lots left..”

Reader requests

  • A question from Shandelle: “I have a question about Meijer’s taking competitor coupons from Target. I’ve never tried because there are no Meijers near me but my mom wanted to know. They will take coupons from Target and apply them like a Meijer store coupon.. but does that apply to the ones like $1 off meat or $.50 off eggs? I think the eggs coupons are for Market Pantry would Meijer accept that against their own store brand, etc? I think sort of the way Dominick’s would price match weekly and substitute their store brands for like Jewel brands.”
  • Outlander responds: “No, they can’t be store brand items, only actual brand names. Like, you can’t use Target Q for Market Pantry Mac and cheese and get Meijer Mac and cheese, but you can use Target Q for Kraft Mac and cheese along with any mfr. Q you might have. Does that make sense?”
  • Kari O. adds: “They take competitor coupons on exact items only. They do not take coupons for departments (ie: deli purchase, meat purchase, fruit/produce purchase, etc.) or for a transaction discount (ie: $x off purchase of $xx or more). The hardest part is when Cashiers pretend they can only take ‘manufacturer coupon OR target coupon’ (prevent stacking) or when they pretend the competitor coupons ‘must scan’ or they can’t take them. As long as your Target store coupons add up to $20 or less then it goes pretty well.”
  • A tip from Outlander: “I usually scan all my mfr. Qs first, then hand them the Target Qs and just say ‘could you please enter these store coupons for me?’.”
  • And feelgood reports: “My Meijer has accepted the Target $1 off $5 fruit, $1 off $5 vegetable, and the $3 off $15 produce/deli/bakery coupons, as well as the usual brand-name cents or dollar off coupons. They won’t accept percentage off coupons.” That is YMMV, since their policy excludes those.
  • One from jolynn: “Is anyone else have lots of difficulties with SavingStar? I have to resubmit my non-Jewel receipts numerous times after they tell me the picture I sent is blurry or unreadable. I send in pictures to Ibotta and 51 all the time so I know it’s not me.”


  • An idea from cindy: “You could probably buy the Tena pads on Saturday and wait for your coupons on Sunday and go back by Monday at the latest to get your money back from the coupons too. The last time I asked (a few weeks ago), they said that they let you have 3 days, but that includes the day you bought the item, to bring your coupons back for an adjustment!” The amount of time you are given will vary by store.
  • On the Tena coupon, julie cautions: “That would depend on whether the coupon is regional or if there are size restrictions though.”
  • Diane adds: “Some Target store only give you 24 hours to post redeem coupons.”
  • Pam on Go Picnic and more: “these did not scan for me, but they put it in manually. Also, the one spot has items that are now 70% off! My store had it marked as 50% off “triangle items” (have a black triangle near the barcode), but they actually rang up 70%. Cashier said just noticed this morning that they must now be 70%. So 30 cents for a ton of different stuff. Perfect for those Operation Christmas Child boxes!! ***Also, there is 20% off on Target Cartwheel!!”
  • Martha posts on Facebook: “Target has their One Spot marked at 50% on some items (it is actually quite a few of the items!), but when the $1 scan, they are coming up as $0.30 each! There is also that 20% Cartwheel that is going until tomorrow.”

Meijer deals week of 9/4/14 – 9/10/14


Here are the best Chicago Meijer deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 9/4/14 – 9/10/14.

(Note: Smaller neighborhood grocery Chicago Meijers such as Niles, Melrose Park, Berwyn, and Orland Park, go off different and more local ads, 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 to mPerks and load a 5% off grocery and health & beauty care coupon, good 9/5-9/6 only.
  • Meijer dozen large eggs, $.99 limit 4.
  • 16 oz Meijer sour cream, $1.19.
  • Old El Paso refried beans, enchilada sauce, or select taco shells, $1.00. Use $1.00/3 in the 8/3 SS or $1.00/3 Old El Paso products.
  • 8 pack Yoplait Go-Gurt, $1.50. Use $.75/2 or $.35/1 in the 8/3 SS or print $1.00/2 here to get them as low as $1.00.
  • Bird’s Eye Recipe Ready, 3/$5.00. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Meijer variety beans, $.79.

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

Reader deals 9/3/14

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.



  • Meg shares: “We bought this [Picture People] deal from Groupon and got our pictures done last week. Although it wasn’t mentioned in the Groupon, they had a special deal for Groupon customers where you got a framed print for $25. They have many different styles and configurations of frames to choose from. We got a huge 3-picture frame that held three 8×10’s (three different poses for the pictures). I’m sure the frame alone would cost more than $25 so it was a great deal. They get it ready for you in about an hour so you take it home the same day.” It isn’t mentioned in the deal, so YMMV.

Household tips

  • Kim C shares: “On another note if anyone bought the Keurig 2.0 don’t get rid of your old k-cups. I figured out a way you can still use them. If you peel off a top of the new cups (the ones with the white ring around the tops) and stick it on top of a “old” k cup you can still use the old cups. The sensor seems to be at the “9 o clock” position so as long as the ring matches up there it will work fine.”


  • An observation from feelgood: “That $1000 is if you spend EXACTLY $10.00 or multiples of $10.00 in all your shopping trips. Spend $8.00, no stamp for you. Spend $15.00, get one stamp. $29.99, two stamps, etc. So you might have to spend $1500 or more to get that 10 inch nonstick skillet. Might be easier just to click on the Amazon link and get it over with.”

Loyalty programs

  • From feelgood: “For anyone who collects United Mileage Plus miles, there’s a good redemption offer for the Chicago Tribune. 515 miles gets you 13 weeks of the Sunday Tribune. I value miles at .01 each, so that’s less than .40 each week. Or you can get 13 weeks of Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday for 780 miles, that’s like adding each weekday paper for another .07 each.”


  • From jennyh: “don’t know if this was previously posted, saw a tag at meijer. Buy $3 ziploc, get $2 off your next purchase. so $1 ziplock! Ziplock has a bunch of thier bags 2/$5, so that’s 2 for $3 with no coupons, good deal for me (i’m stocking up and making bunches and bunches of freezer meals where i need those nice thick freezer bags!)”

Reader requests

  • A question from algina: “I was wondering if anyone had gotten any credit on their cable bill from this yet? and, if someone gave u codes because they don’t have cable, will those work for you on your cable bill? I have only got two credits on my cable bill so far.”
  • Shandelle responds: “Nope! Apparently the cable bill credits are just being applied and if you don’t rent a movie, it just deducts from the overall bill.”
  • She adds: “I haven’t received any of my cable bill credits which has been a little frustrating. After they took away the gift card option, it was easy to win almost every day. I ended up winning a total of 21 times ($126 in credits)! I always selected OTHER and listed RCN because they weren’t on the drop down menu. No credits yet. However, I have been following a post on Slick Deals where people who won many more times than I did have started getting credits. From the sounds of it, no one who picked OTHER has gotten them yet. Maybe those take longer or they’re just going to do those last? People with AT&T, Verizon and Dish Network seem to be getting theirs. Though my mom has Comcast and she hasn’t gotten any credits yet.”
  • She also says: “Other people’s codes can be applied to one cable bill so long as you supply the correct winning information (email and birthday). My mom won a couple and gave them to me before we realized they didn’t actually have to be used for pay per view movies, so she just started doing them herself. Others have reported using multiple phones for the same household and applying hundreds of credits to the same bill.”
  • Then she has a question: “Did you ever receive the $5 Target gift card in the mail from this? I won like the same day you shared this link and I never got it. The fine print on the contest says it goes until 10/15 but says only 1000 prizes. Doesn’t mention any delay in sending them out, though.”
  • Charlotte responds: “I have not. I just assumed it was an error and didn’t chase it anymore. I have had $12 credit applied to my Comcast internet bill though :)”
  • She follows up: “Actually I looked in the official rules and it said to allow 8 to 10 weeks. I went ahead and sent them an email to ask because this week would be about the 7th week since winning. I know it’s not been long enough yet but I won a $5 Subway gift card from coke rewards earlier this year and never received. Upon contacting they said they were sent months ago and would do nothing since it was just a contest, which I guess is understandable but still a lame experience for the customer.”
  • Betty asks: “Purchased the Great Wolf certificate. Has anyone been to Chula Vista and would you reccomend it?”


  • Maureen is wondering: “Anyone have luck finding the Swiffer refills at $4.26? The two stores I went to only had shelf space for the larger/more expensive sizes.”
  • Kim C responds: “I found the $4.26 swifter refills at target in North aurora.”
  • Maureen sends over: “Wheaton Target on Roosevelt Rd. had two pack Old Spice Body Wash (16 oz. each) for $3.95. Bought three, used 3/$1 printables from and got back a $5 Target gift card for buying three making each bottle only $.64! We’ll keep a couple here and give the others to the food pantry. I looked for the two packs at the Warrenville store earlier in the day, but they didn’t carry them. ”
    target old spice


  • From Sarah: “Free wellesse calcium supplement at Wal-Mart! Price is 6.97 there is a $4 coupon on hopster & $3 rebate on ibotta

Reader deals 9/1/14

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.


  • Elizabeth posts on Facebook: “Carson has a door buster today on purse size smart phone etc charger sticks only 15 normally 30..picked up an extra one as a phone is always needing juice

Loyalty programs

  • Stuart sends over: “100 KFR points for:  RELAXITSLABORDAY”


  • Shandelle shares: “Free Yoplait yogurt cup on Meijer Mperks using coupon code FREEYOPLAIT14.”
  • From Koupon Kat: “Just wanted to share a reminder that it is limit one instant savings offer per transaction. I didn’t realize that yesterday and bought both 10 of each Spaghetti-O’s and and the cream soups at the same time. Had to go to customer service, return and repurchase to get the instant savings on the soup. Also, there is a new $1 off 3 Healthy Request soup coupon, and there are Healthy Request varieties of Homestyle Soup. You could get six Healthy Request Homestyle, use two $1 off 3 coupons, and then four other Homestyle cans/bowls and use two of the 50 cents off Homestyle or bowls coupons. Pay $6.90 total, or .69 each.”


  • Eun shares: “Belated, but thanks for the letting me know about this website, Trish! I used your referral and ended up with 4 sweaters for $6! Customer service was wonderful! They refunding the shipping fee because I had trouble checking out on the app that night. I haven’t received the package yet; otherwise, I would have mentioned the quality of the items. Becky, do you know about thredUP? They appear to take some Kohl’s brands… Apt. 9 and Simply Vera, but not Croft & Barrow or Sonoma (had to google the brands as I’m not familiar with Kohl’s so forgive me if I’m wrong). Here’s a calculator for the brands they accept. I think I’m going to sell my nicer stuff to Twice and sell my Target/Old Navy clothes to thredUP. They also currently have a $20 sign up credit which I did and I would give my referral link to get $10, but I don’t know if that’s allowed. I’m now aware of all the online consignment stores. lol”


  • Eun reports: “I had an amazing Target run the other night! They seem to have a lot of frozen food clearance right now. Of note, the evol chipotle quesadillas are 50% off to $2.08 (at my store), there was a 25% off cartwheel that expired Sat. (5% came out Sunday), but if you have the $1 evol IP (NLA?), they could still be a good deal. Also, Bird’s Eye Recipe Ready was clearanced to $0.98 and the $1 IP on smartsource went through beeplessly!”

New Campbell’s coupons — Some for Meijer deal!


We have a new batch of Campbell’s coupons this morning:

Again, at Meijer this week:

Buy ten mix/match items get $5 off instantly limit one offer per transaction. Prices shown here after instant savings when you buy 10, and I’ve added in the new printables for you too:

And unadvertised…

  • Campbell’s tomato or chicken noodle soup, $.29 after instant savings when you buy ten.
  • Campbell’s cream of chicken or mushroom soup, $.49 after instant savings when you buy ten.

Print a $1.00/5 Campbell’s condensed soup coupon here to get tomato and chicken noodle for $.09 a can and cream of soups for $.29 a can after instant savings deal + coupon!