Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
- Email Rachel: email@example.com.
- Comment on any post where it seems to fit.
- Post on the Facebook Wall.
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.
- Feelgood reports on the Color Changing Lightbulb, “Heads up if you ordered this item and did not receive it. I ordered this item December 4th, have not received it. Timeframe for delivery has passed, so filing a claim through Amazon.”
- Don sent a link for a free “elevation mars” android app today only. He says, “3D Topographic Model of Mars Fully 3D rotation and view manipulation Raise and lower an artificial water level Select from a number of elevation coloring options Share imagery with your friends”
- Brandy reports, “I very much dislike Butera as a market (produce is never very good), milk was $.99 and eggs were cheap as well (I think?). You have to spend $10, but I easily did that with a 12pk of beer that was also a decent price. Bacon is $2.99, which is cheaper than Aldi even.”
Check Out 51
- Judy comments on Checkout 51, “Jewel Highland Park had a “try me free” rebate form on a display at for the Nature Valley® Nut Crisp Bars Dark Chocolate Almond or Salted Caramel Peanut varieties only. Something to look out for.”
- Liz reports on the Coco Key Half price deal, “I went to check the height restrictions on the slide and I noticed the day pass prices. Admission:Fridays: $10.00. Saturdays and Sundays: $15.00. So it isn’t quite half price.”
- Marsha says, “Some good holiday clearance at The Container Store – large, high quality rolls of wrapping paper (some of which didn’t look very Christmas-y!) at 90% off – $0.89. Some cute tins with stocking designs for $0.39. They also have stuff like wreath boxes, ornament boxes, etc at 50% off.”
Food For Less
- Cathy comments on the Top 10 Deals,”DiGiorno Pizza is part of the buy 6 promo this week ($3.99 after instant savings). I use printable $2 off 2 and received a cat for a dollar off next purchase.
- Mary Beth commented on the Jewel Deals of the week, “The MyMixx worked last night but the cashier was not sure how to do it and the customer service person said it doesn’t go live until next week but put in phone number and it worked. It is just hard to find it on the receipt. Also on the McCormick Grill Mate – the tubs are not on sale for $1.00 it is the envelopes that are $1.00. (They have the wrong picture in the ad.)”
- Jane also has a comment on the deals of the week, “Has anyone seen if the special instant Quaker oatmeals are included in the buy 5 deal this week? The one where you can use the new $1/1 insert coupon on. I was just there doing the milk deal yet forgot to look for them too! Thanks.”
- Also, we did the Bud Light/ Red Baron pizza deal and there are coupons that make it even a better deal. Buy 1-12 pack of Bud bottles ($7.99) plus 2 classic Red Baron frozen pizzas and you get $5 off instantly. The pizzas are $3 each and there is an insert coupon for $1/2 making the whole deal only $7.99 for the beer AND 2 pizzas!
- Julie reports on the Sara Lee snacks coupon, “FYI – It prints with a big ink/paper wasting ad if you only print a single coupon.”
- Erin reports, “Jewel in DeKalb has Starbucks from Christmas reduced to $2. With coupon equals 1 dollar a bag! Also have k cups for $2 if you still have that coupon.”
- Martha sent this, “I keep forgetting to post this. The Bolingbrook jewel at boughton & weber has these turkey broths marked down for over a week now. I keep expecting them to disappear, but they are still restocking them. They have long expirations too – December ’15 and later.
- Anne says, “Thanks for posting this – awesome deal. (Great Kleenex Scrubbing Bubbles) I did as above except did 4 toilet cleaner gels (because I like it a lot) and used 2 BOGO mfr and 1 Target. It all worked great! Also, softline clearance (except kids’ & baby clothes) and office supply clearance were an extra 25% off. The additional 25% off DID work on kids’ shoes/boots and Bears clearance gear, though, and signs were posted on those items.”
- Liz adds, “normally 4 pack jimmy dean delight (6.99) breakfast sandwiches on clearance for 2.02 in niles..and a 1.00 off 1 on mperks…”
- Andrew commented on the Free Floss at Meijer, “Yes, this is true of any mPerk coupon of any value with a 10 for 10, 11th free sale. The free item will always be the “lowest” priced item. So with the floss example, the floss is free via mPerk and the system will assign a discount of $0 to the floss as the 11th free item. As another example, say you had $1/2 MQ for a 10/10 item. The system will make one of these items the “free” item and only apply a $0.50 discount to the other like item. This applies to digital mPerk coupons only. Paper coupons will not fall victim to the “lowest price” rule. The free item will always be the 11th item scanned if you have matching paper coupons. However, you want to make sure an item for which you have a paper coupon is not the 11th item scanned. The system will automatically adjust the paper coupon value down. With the $1/2 example, if these were scanned as items 10 and 11, the paper coupon would only take $0.50 off since one item was already reduced to $0.”
- Monique asks, “I’m new to using a smartphone. Is there any magic app that successfully combines grocery lists by store, pantry including what needs to be restocked and a price book?… I currently print out spreadsheets for grocery lists and pantry restock list and never have gotten the knack of using a price book. I’m guessing “not”. Short of that, any recommendations on where I should start?”
- Letsshop asks, “Has anyone ever made yogurt ? looks pretty easy but scared since I know no one who has made it before ! Including me (:”
- Kay answers, “Yes, easy! I make it all the time for my dogs (I don’t like yogurt) I heat milk in a bowl, until boiling in the microwave – using my temperature probe. Then cool to warm and stir in a bit of yogurt. I then put my bowl in a crockpot and fill around the bowl with warm water. I ‘cook’ it on low oevernight. Yogurt!”
- Brandy replies about making yogurt, “I’ve tried to make yogurt with that Kickstarter yogurt maker that was super popular and it was a huge pain in the behind! I’ll never do it again. Gave it away on Freecycle. Hah.”
- And from Suzann, “A long time ago I had a Salton yogurt maker and used every couple weeks. Thought I would like this better than store yogurt since I do not like yogurt (too sour just like I hate sour cream as a garnish ).”
- Liz has a request, “I need another person on my team for ibotta…anyone?”
- Debbie says, “I’m sorry but the biscuits I listed were not a deal ($1.50). I was comparing it to the Schnuck’s that was posted for your area, 10/$10 making it $1 for you, $1.50 for me. I thought the price would be the same no matter which Schnuck’s you go to.”
- Rachel responds, “I’m sorry, that was misworded. With any of these chains, prices can differ by store — especially when you are in different regions. The Schnucks deals I get from NIC are from up in the Rockford area so may differ down by you; always check against your local ad.”
Where to Buy Milk and Eggs
- On where to buy milk and eggs, Maureen says, “The Post coupon and Catalina also works wyb one Oberweis half gallon at Jewel (although you won’t be able to use the Ibotta). If you don’t need the cereal, consider donating it to your local food pantry.”