Reader deals 10/11/14

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.

Coupons

  • A report from letsshop: “Most of these coupons are in the Hoy paper too (:”

Jewel

  • Jane says: “Hey, for your soup if you need some carrots, I saw 1 lb. bags of Earthbound Farm carrots for 99c at Jewel last week. I was planning on using the Wild Harvest $1/1 printable I had but they didn’t have anything in that brand at Jewel. I thought that was their house brand? Anyway, you could use the 75c coupon we just had to print for some 24c carrots!”

Meijer

  • Caroline on Facebook shares: “I had a horrible experience today at the Melrose Park Meijer store. I did the razor/Stayfree deal all the coupons beeped the cashier manager gave me a rotten attitude then her manager stepped in and had to manually put in the $5 Hydro coupons and the Stayfree beeped too. Wondering if it was a $10 manf. coupon thus the IPs didn’t want to scan. Just a heads up for anyone that planned on doing the deal. I was going to rinse and repeat but I’m not going to try again.”

Reader requests

  • Christine asks: “I am in need of tissue paper/Kleenex. Any deals anywhere? Costco had 10 boxes, 250ct for $14.50 (ish). Anywhere else have a decent deal? Don’t you love when everyone in your family uses something and never tells you, ‘This is the last box!’ Uggh.”

Sam’s Club

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “At the last Sam’s open house we found fleece tights and leggings $8.44 for a two pack.”

Woodman’s

  • From nancy: “Woodman’s carries the Blue Bunny Ice cream. They have a big selection of varieties. Usually priced at 3.50 sometimes 3.00. You can sign up on their website to get coupons. They come about every other month. Usually 1.00 off 1 item or at least .75 off 1 item. It’s comes via email in a PDF printable coupon.”

Reader deals 10/10/14

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.

Beef sources

  • From cindy: “We buy our beef straight from a farmer friend.   It cost us about $3.00/lb after processing.  We got a quarter cow which was about 200lbs.  Very good meat.   We also go to Lowrey meat market in Buchanan Michigan which is about 15 minutes over the state line.   Takes us about an hour to get there but can’t beat the prices for all sorts of meat.”
  • Outlander asks: “Cindy, do you have a name you can recommend. I’d love to order beef like that from a local farmer, but it would have to be good and not some kind of scam. How did they process yours? Thanks!”
  • And jaci shares: “The farmer we use happens to be a coworker of my husbands the meat when you buy it that way taste night and day. We do 1/2 before butchering weighed 350lbs after butchering and paying farmer works out to a little over $3lb for tenderloin ground beef roasts ect. I wonder if that’s something that could be posted in reader requests if anyone could suggest someone for you if he didn’t work with him I’m not sure how we would have come across someone”
  • Christina M. adds: “Here’s a list of several farmers near Chicago. www.eatwild.com/products/illinois.html I buy meat from local farmers in an effort to buy more humanely raised meat so I can’t say it’s necessarily cheaper. Here are the farmers I buy from in case they aren’t in that list: www.natureschoicefarm.com/ www.wallacefarms.com/ jakescountrymeats.com/about/ Most local farmers have farm tours available, either by appt or on specific days. I highly recommend going; it really makes you feel good about buying local.”

Meijer

  • Susie shares: “For the two-day sale, the Meijer vegetable oil is BOGO free and the Meijer brand sugar is B2G1 free. Depending on the price of these two items and whether the free items count towards the total dollar amount, we could have a good deal based on the catalina you have listed for Meijer: Meijer brand baking products 10/5/14 – 10/24/14 Buy $5 and get a $1 Catalina toward your next baking purchase Buy $10 and get a $3 Catalina toward your next baking purchase Alert from: Meijer (this is a Meijer-specific offer) When my mom told me she was heading out to the Meijer in Homer Glen yesterday I asked her to check the price of the vegetable oil and it was $2.68 a bottle, or $1.34 each after the BOGO free sale. Now, if we factor in the baking catalina and I think we are looking at a pretty good deal on oil that we have not seen since Jewel’s blackbelt catalina deals on the Wesson oil. Buy 8 bottles @ $2.68 each = $21.44 Minus 4 bottles @ $2.68 each= $10.72 Earn a $3 baking catalina = $7.72 $7.72/8 = $.965 a bottle”
  • From ellen: “on my checkout 51 i have a meijer specific buy 3 transocean snackers get $2. that would make them $.33 each after rebate.”
  • And liz reports: “I just got back from meijers in Niles..got a few good deals. First there is a schick/Playtex/carefree/stayfree deal spend $25 get $10 off instantly. I bought 2 hydro silk razors at 10.49 each, 2 carefree liners at .99 and 1 stayfree at 2.89 for 25.85 got $10 off then used 2 $5 off hydro silk printables from last week, 2 .50 carefree coupons and 1/1 printable stayfree from 2 weeks ago? for a total of 3.85..and credit towards my rewards. Next sara lee frozen strawberry or cherry cheesecakes and Danish’s were 50% off ..after discount were 2.49 and 2.79 plus there was a manu coupon from a insert I had in my book for .75 off. nice to have in the freezer. On the pebbles deal posted from this site I found the 11 oz boxes which were part of the buy 2 get 1 sale they were 2.59.. so 5.18 minus 1/2 coupon plus I did get the 1 catalina so 3.18 for 3 boxes..I carry a binder so sorry don’t know dates of when these coupons are from”
  • She also saw the Pebbles: “at niles the smaller boxes are 2.59″

Online deals

  • From letsshop: “Also every Friday [Raise] offer[s] a extra 5% 0ff on a few selected stores ,Bought some Home Depot and Walgreen’s GC this summer at 14% off ,nice to get discounts !”
  • An option from Christina M.: “Last winter, Nordstrom Rack had great fleece leggings for about that same price. I only remember brown, black and grey colors.”

Reader requests

  • Brandy is wondering: “Anyone know if they sell Blue Bunny ice cream at any of the stores around?”
  • An idea from peaches: “They might sell it at Food4less.”
  • Kari O. says: “There is a store locator on their website. Looks like Central IL like Morton, IL carry it but nothing nearer to Chicagoland.”
  • But peaches found: “I just checked on their website, and both food4less and Jewel carry it, as well as Mariano’s.”
  • And deann says: “ultra has blue bunny”
  • Mandy adds: “Walmart, Butera, & Ultra also sell Blue Bunny ice cream.”
  • Jane says: “I believe I have also seen Blue Bunny ice cream at Super Wal-Mart. Worth a shot?”
  • Heather emails: “We are looking to do some home remodeling and are looking for ways to save at Home Depot and Lowes… any suggestions?”
  • Kate is wondering: “Has anyone bought on Groupdealz before? I am wondering how reputable they are. The reviews online are mixed.”

Surveys

  • From liz, on Pinecone: “I joined about a month ago and already have $12.00. hopefully by Christmas I will have enough to use towards one person on my list!”

Target

  • Karla asks: “The Hodgkins Target did not have a spot for Seattles best coffee. Did anyone have luck finding them at nearby Target locations? Thanks in advance!”
  • Nancy shares: “I used the printable $1.60 off 2 Twizzlers at Target today. There was a 10% off on Halloween candy on Cartwheel and with my 5% off for RedCard, I paid 1.32 a bag.”
  • A report from kitty: “Water was $3.50 in Niles too.”
  • A deal from liz: “at target the purina one dry cat food 7lbs is 11.99. Buy 2 for $24.00 get a $5.00 giftcard. Use 5% cartwheel on purina dry cat food. I had a $5.00 target coupon when you buy 2 purina 5# or bigger cat foods and use 2 1/1 manu coupons . I also found bags tjhat had bonus wet cans in the bag. Sorry don’t know where or what date the coupons where in but got them from inserts that were in my book. This is a great deal if you buy this”

Pebbles Catalina and Meijer deal — Net $.89 a box!

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Meijer has Pebbles cereal on sale buy two get one free on the two day sale running through tomorrow 10/11. There’s a $1.00/2 printable here, and there’s a new Catalina going that I just saw on A Mitten Full of Savings: Post Cereal through 11/1: Buy three, get $1.00 OYNO. Buy four, get $2.00 OYNO. Buy five or more, get $3.00 OYNO.

There’s also $2.50 off two cereals AND coffee in the 10/5 SS, if you happen to be buying coffee too.

Update Liz comments that Pebbles are $2.59, so here’s your best deal through tomorrow 10/11:

  • Buy six boxes at buy two get one free = $10.36.
  • Use two $1.00/2 printables = $8.36.
  • Get back $3 OYNO for a net cost of $5.36, or just $.89 a box!

Reader deals 10/9/14

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

  • On tee knockoff magic erasers, jackie shares: “I bought the knock off magic erasers. They came from a foreign country and didn’t hold up well at all. I needed to use many of them for one job. They are atleast half the thickness of Mr Clean. With Mr Clean I could use one pad for many jobs.”
  • But Don in Hot Deals likes them: “I really like them and at the price – win win”
  • On using them to wash dishes, Turken shares: “Re: Mr clean erasers — the “magic” erasers are nothing more than a piece of melamine foam, and generally considered safe. No chemicals other than worn-away particles of the foam itself.”
  • But Kari O. is not so sure: “That foam is made with formaldehyde… I wouldn’t want to wash my dishes with it.”
  • But then she found: “‘Here are some facts about the ingredients used in Magic Eraser: The ingredients in Magic Eraser have been safely and commonly used for many years in a wide range of household products. -Formaldehyde is not and has never been an ingredient in Magic Eraser. One ingredient in Magic Eraser (formaldehyde-melamine-sodium bisulfite copolymer) contains the word “formaldehyde” in its chemical name. However, this ingredient is not formaldehyde and poses no health or safety risks. (Think of this name like “sodium chloride”, which is table salt. Sodium by itself can be dangerous, but sodium chloride – salt – is safe.) Magic Eraser is considered non-toxic. As with any sponge-like product, when swallowed this product may block the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, we do advise to keep this product out of the reach of children and pets to avoid accidental ingestion — it is not a toy. – It is possible that formaldehyde may be present in minute, trace amounts as a result of the manufacturing process. Even then, the amount present is significantly lower than standards established by governmental agencies and trade associations, and is actually less than what is found in indoor air. In fact, no ingredients in Magic Eraser are subject to any health-related labeling laws in North America or in the European Union.’ I don’t think Magic Erasers are dangerous, but I wouldn’t feel comfortable scrubbing it on my dishes.”
  • An idea from Outlander on the Finish tabs: “That same one is on Snap (must buy on Amazon and upload within 2 days). So if you don’t  want to do S&S, you can save $2 this way. I only don’t know if the Amazon Q will still be applied.”
  • She clarifies: “Actually, I don’t mean upload the receipt, you have to email them your Amazon confirmation email.”
  • Matt says: “I used to buy dog food at the Petco, but I saw on Amazon that it’s close to $10 cheaper to have it shipped to my house.”
  • Charlotte agrees: “I’m not Matt, but I get my dogfood from Amazon too. I feel a bit guilty about it, as I’m not supporting local stores. But those 30 lb bags are HEAVY. And IF I manage to get a $ off coupon from Pet Supplies Plus, AND it is on sale, I might get it for the same price as I get it from Amazon. We get Taste of the Wild by the way, and it’s around $44 for a 30 lb bag. Unlike other dogfood brands, our dog hasn’t grown tired from it and she gets two thumbs up on her bi-annual health check ups :)”

Costco

  • From jolynn: “If you are a Costco member…San Francisco Bay Fog Chaser 160 OneCup™ for $51.99…free shipping…$.325 per cup!!”

Goodwill

  • From letsshop’s email: “We’re opening our doors in Romeoville, at 1360 W. Airport Road, on Thursday, October 9! With fresh inventory and new product, be sure to stop by our newest location for AMAZING deals! “
  • Anne adds: “Romeoville Goodwill opened today. Cashier there said Frankfort grand opening is tomorrow.”

J.C. Penney

  • Matt reports: “It’s a good time for clearance shopping on summer items right now. I found some deals recently at JC Penney. $30 items were $5 and some items were even priced lower than that.”

Jewel

  • A find from rocket: “I think the twizzlers are 4 for $8 at jewel . Not pictured in ad but I think they were tagged that way.”
  • A report from bigmoney: “Got alert for Progresso soup cat at Jewel.”
  • Something to look for from Jane: “Did you see the other varieties of Marzetti besides the old fashioned one? I found some others on an end down by the bananas in my store. They also have Light, Peanut Butter and Sweet n Salty for the same price! We ate the Light one (isn’t diet!) last week and this week I picked up a PB and Sweet n Salty one. My husband likes the PB and we have yet to open the other one. I have a feeling I’m going to like the last one and eat too much of it. I try to avoid the caramel apples already made because sometimes the apple is mushy or bruised. I chop up a bunch of peanuts and dip your caramel sliced apple in the nuts! It’s awesome.”

Lawsuits

  • VB shares: “For AT&T wireless customers: here is the link to see if you are entitled to a refund from a class action lawsuit that goes back to 2009. People were charged fees that were “hidden” in their bill. If you fill out the claim they will do the work for you to see if you are entitled a refund. It will take a while to get the refund but if you were charged $9.99 a month since 2009 it may be worth the time.”

Meijer

  • A tip from Cindy: “Don’t forget to check your mperks rewards.  I have a $6 off when I spend $40 or more on paper, laundry, and cleaning items.”
  • Anne found: “The 10/$10 with 11th free facial tissue deal overlaps with the Meijer napkin/bath tissue/facial tissue Catalina running 10/5-10/24 where you buy $6, get $1.50 OYNO, buy $10, get $3 OYNO. The tissue counts are 75-160, so makes for a nice deal – 11 boxes for $7 net.” This also will count toward the reward Cindy mentions!

Reader requests

  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Does anyone have any experience with the Allrecipe menu planner? I need a meal plan for my brain to function so we can have dinner on the table.”
  • From seachicago: “I live in Chicago (south side), and am wondering if it’s cost-effective (and tastier!) to buy a cow direct from a farmer—as in, already cut up and packaged ready for the freezer! I have no idea how to go about looking into that; any ideas or suggestions???”

Target

  • Jane says: “Or if you don’t want to deal with a gift card, I was at Target Sunday and their “Boots and Barkley” brand of litter was only $10.99 (reg. price) for the  35 lb. giant tub of clumping litter plus there was a Cartwheel for 10% off, making it only $9.90. I’m not sure if that offer is still valid, but it was a good deal for that size I thought. Plus you don’t have to pay all that extra high tax since you use no coupons and the Target Cartwheel takes the price paid down a bit!”

Trader Joe’s

  • A find from bigmoney: “Mini pumpkins were $.69 at Trader Joe’s today. “

Walmart

Meijer money maker on cleaning products

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This was in last night’s Meijer matchups, but here’s the scenario in case it got buried in that loooong ad. They’re running a spend $20 get $5 off instantly on participating flu fighting items, starting today in Thursday market stores. Here’s a scenario where you make money buying 7 cleaning products!

Meijer deals week of 10/9/14 – 10/15/14

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Here are the best Chicago Meijer deals and coupon matchups I see for the week of 10/9/14 – 10/15/14. Be sure also to read Trish’s update on the new and improved Meijer Rewards here!

(Note: Smaller neighborhood grocery Chicago Meijers such as Niles, Melrose Park, Berwyn, and Orland Park, go off different and more localized ads, so some of your deals may differ from those shown here. Please verify against 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

  • Get 5% off grocery & health & beauty and 15% off general merchandise when you use your Meijer credit card 10/10-10/11 only.
  • 10/10-10/11 only: Fresh boneless whole pork tenderloin, $2.99/lb.
  • 10/10-10/11 only: All detergent or Snuggle liquid, $2.49 limit 4. $1.00/1 All and $.50/1 Snuggle 9/28 RP.
  • Center cut half boneless pork loin, $2.49/lb.
  • Michigan apples, $.68/lb.
  • SuperPretzel 9-13 oz, BOGO. Use $.75/1 Superpretzel Soft Pretzel excludes 7-9 oz stand up bag in the 9/28 RP. Get $.75 back from Checkout 51 (offer slated to renew again tomorrow 10/9). These run about $2.79 at Meijer, so buy two for $2.79, use $.75 coupon = $2.04, and get back $.75 for a net cost of $1.29 for two boxes, or just $.65 each.
  • Top Nestle instant savings deals (must buy eight mix/match items for these prices): Coffee-Mate 32 oz refrigerated flavored creamer, $2.29. Print $1.00/2 on Facebook. Nestle Toll House morsels, $1.69. $1.00/2 in the 9/28 SS.
  • Top ten for $10 get the 11th item free deals:
  • Top money making fight the flu instant savings deal (spend $20 on participating products get $5 off instantly):

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

Reader deals 10/7/14

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.

Amazon

  • A tip from Christina: “Don’t diapers and wipes get 20 percent off with Amazon mom and subscribe and save without having to get 5 things? That is… until they change things in November?” That is right, so sign up for Amazon Mom (free with prime) if you haven’t already?

CVS

  • On the Nestle water, amy reports: “$2.79 currently at CVS less $1 coupon = $1.79 per 24 pack.”

Household tips

  • From patti: “For my floors all these types of products do is dull the finish (wood floors) and make it harder to clean next time. I stick to vinegar and water with a mop now. I’ve had a horrible time getting the residue off that these leave over a period of time!”

Jewel

  • Outlander shares: “I used those $1/3 EE tomato Qs today too. They are on sale $0.69 a can, or big ones for $1, so a good deal. I wanted to get more caramel dip (I got 3 the other day), but guess what? My store doesn’t have a single Big Book! I asked and they said they don’t have any, but I bet they pulled them because of that Q.” There were lots in River Forest today. I think it is just poor distribution.

Meijer

  • Tori suggests: “Check prices at your store. Mine has the Dove Body wash (22oz) for $5.79, and there are many Dove hair care products for 4.19 and even 4.99 (BOGO coupon limit). Depending on what you find you could do the deal with 2 body washes and only 1 hair care and still be over $15. Then you could use the $1.50/1 body wash Q and only 1 BOGO coupon, pay less and do the deal again. That’s what I did. BTW where did you find a $1.50/1?? I only had $1/1 coupons.”

Reader requests

  • VB asks: “My son’s birthday party is this coming Sunday. One of the activities that I want to do is have them paint mini pumpkins. What is the lowest price out there for mini pumpkins?”
  • Don posts in Hot Deals: “ISO NIU Sweatshirt”
  • Shandelle is wondering: “Does anyone know if any of the Pledge floor cleaning products are safe for pets? Specifically cats, as I have two. Would hate to do the deal and then not even be able to use them due to being toxic for my kitties.”
  • From Eun: “Can anyone tell me if the free inserts this week had the $2.50 EAS? I missed getting the ‘Deals Delivered’ inserts this week. :(“
  • A question from shirley: “I couldn’t find any Tide pods for HE when there was a deal at Target a few months ago. I don’t have a Super Target by me but I was wondering if it is only available at Super Target.”

Reader deals 10/6/14

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.

Best Buy

  • Ann shares: “Recently bought 4 kitchen appliances at Best Buy to get the rewards. However because we moved to a home without appliances and Best Buy rep tried to “trick” computer each appliance was delivered a different day. Weeks apart. The fridge, after ordered, was in their backroom (without our name on it) and it was sold!!! (GE SLATE) Waited 6 weeks for a new one. Be careful.”

CVS

  • From liz: “At cvs..If you have a magic machine coupon expires today from a week or 2 ago.. $3.00 off 3 snack twisters which are 2.50 this week…Combine with cvs 1 off 2 store coupon get online..from their site…Combine with 1.50 off 3 Hershey coupon manu. And get 1.00 reward back…who hoo. 1.00 for 3 bags” I think you can only use one store coupon, so the CRT or the printable, but still a great deal at three bags for $2.00 if you have the CRT. Mine printed on Friday and is good through 10/10.

Food 4 Less

  • Charlotte posts on Facebook: “Just found out that Food4Less in Bolingbrook is shutting it’s doors on November 8th :( Reason being they are not making enough money. How that is even possible I’m not sure, as there is always a line at the registers.”

Jewel

  • From Krystle: “@ Jewel, Fleishmans Simply Homemade Cornbread is on sale for $2. Use the $1/1 mfg from the 9/14RP for $1 per box.”

Kroger

  • Heidi reports: “Kroger has [Seattle's Best] on sale now for $4.99. It might depend on what region you’re in though.”

Meijer

  • Ashley reports on the Dove Catalina/instant savings deal: “It is working beautifully at Meijer.”
  • She adds: “Also remember the [Dove Target printable] which you can use on the two you’re buying!”
  • She also shares: “Starting 10/12 Meijer cleaning products: Buy $5 get $1, Buy $10 get $3, Buy $15 get $5″

Reader requests

  • From maggie: “So is there any [Pledge floor care] in particular that you really like for your wooden floors? We are about to tear up our carpet and use the wood floor underneath so I’m not too familiar with this stuff… This is great timing but I’d like to see if there is one in particular you would recommend. Thank you!”
  • And letsshop asks: “I am looking for laminated floor cleaner &shine ,hope they have a good one ! anyone know for sure ?”

Target

  • Eun points out: “I have a $1 Pledge offer on checkout51 too.”
  • Krystle comments: “Ok consider this a cornbread post… 3 deals in all. 1st @ Target, buy Krusteaz Honey Cornbread $1.52 and use the $0.55 mfg from the 10/5SS and earn $0.75 back from Ibotta. So $0.22 per box but this deal gets better, there is a bonus $0.50 offer if you redeem this offer twice (so I guess FREE after ibotta bonus offer).”
  • And she shares: “Also @ Target All You magazine for $0.69 when you stack the $1/1 mfg printable on coupons.com and the $1/1 Target printable coupon.”

Ultra Foods

  • Another cornbread option from Krystle: “Lastly use the $3/2 Bobs Red Mill mfg @ Ultra for $1.39 per. I now have enough cornbread mix to last me through winter :)”

Meijer deals — New Catalina deals start today 10/6

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New Catalina deals for Meijer — these first two will be good on sales through Wed for Thursday market folks:

Campbell’s — this one for sure running at Meijer

Thanks to Living Rich With Coupons for this one:

New Catalina:

10/6-11/2: Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excludes Healthy Request and Great for Cooking. Buy 4-5, get $1.50 OYNO. Buy 6-7, get $2.00 OYNO. Buy 8+, get $2.50 OYNO.

On the buy ten get $5 off instantly through Wed. for Thursday market stores:

Put it together:

Buy ten cans of condensed soup (not Great for Cooking or Healthy Request) for $7.50 after instant savings. Use two $1.00/5 coupons = $5.50. Get back $2.50 OYNO for a net cost of $3.00 for all ten cans, or just $.30 each.

Dove — this one possibly running at Meijer

New Catalina (thanks to Pookie for this one) — definitely running at Kroger, possibly running at Meijer — let me know if you try it!

10/6-11-2: Buy two Dove Body Wash products 18 oz+ (excludes men+care and twin packs) get $3.00 OYNO.

Instant savings deal Thursday market stores through Wed:

Get $5 off instantly when you buy $15 in Dove, Axe, Suave, Degree.

Put it together:

  • Buy two Dove shampoo, conditioner at $3.49 each.
  • Buy two 18 oz+ Dove body wash at $5.29 each.
  • Save $5 instantly and now you’re at $12.56.
  • Use two buy one Dove body wash 22oz or larger, get one FREE Dove hair product (up to $5 value, excludes Dove Men) from the 9/28 RP = $5.58.
  • Get $3.00 OYNO for buying body wash, for a net cost of $2.58.
  • Also check your mPerks to see if you have a hair care reward to make this even better!

Meijer brand Catalinas

Thanks to Jill Cataldo for these last three:

Meijer brand baking products
10/5/14 – 10/24/14
Buy $5 and get a $1 Catalina toward your next baking purchase
Buy $10 and get a $3 Catalina toward your next baking purchase

Meijer Brand paper towels, bath tissue, napkins and facial tissue items
10/5/14 – 10/24/14
Buy $6 and get a $1.50 Catalina toward your next paper products purchase
Buy $10 and get a $3 Catalina toward your next paper products purchase

SC Johnson Cleaning Products

Shout, Pledge, Scrubbing Bubbles, Fantastik or Windex
Between 10/6/14 – 11/2/14
Buy 2 and get a $1 Catalina
Buy 3 and get a $2 Catalina
Buy 4 or more and get a $3 Catalina
(Meijer, Walgreens, Kroger)

 

Reader deals 10/4/14

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

Coupons

  • Jane says: “I got that Henkel Target coupon on the back of one of the Red Plums. It is in my local paper and not my Tribune, which gets delivered tomorrow morning. That is a shocker since these local packs are usually very thin as compared to the Tribs!”

Glasses

Internet service

  • Kari O. shares: “I have been searching for a decent deal on internet service and decided to see if Freedompop had anything good. I found this refurbished device on Groupo and thought for $30 it’d be worth a try. What’s interesting is in the Q&A they say it uses the Sprint WiMax and that Sprint is shutting that network down at the end of 2015. So, that essentially means all the Freedompop devices will become useless. lol. Oh well, for $30 I think it’s still a good deal for what I need it for.”

Meijer

  • Nikki reports: “The Evergreen Park store didn’t have the Ronzoni Garden Delights when I was there yesterday-it had a clearance tag of $0.93 on the shelf, so I would be surprised if they restocked it. :/ Also, they have a TON of the Kellogg’s Jif cereal for $0.99. It’s in the center aisle in the grocery section in back. If you have KFR points, there should be a $0.75/1 and a $1.50/1 Q on there (must spend points), to make it $0.24 or free.”

Reader requests

  • One from jane: “I’ve been looking around for a sale. Are there any good deals on chuck or pot roasts this week? (Brrrr….!)”
  • After having problems at Dollar Tree, Pam is wondering: “The manager was there… Seen & heard the whole conversation but still did nothing. Not sure how to get ahold of someone higher up…? Anyone know?”

Stockpile organization

  • DON shares: “Love the peg board idea – I use shelving purchased from Menards etc….. the 4 shelf tube type shelving units …”
  • Maureen shares: “I’m boring – steel shelving units in the basement.”
  • Jane says: “We have a teeny kitchen, so I have to store food in my hall coat closet and down the basement like you do. My husband does not trust anything except cans or bottles down there because he is afraid of mice! We can get a lot of cereal boxes or pasta or even popcorn or oatmeal stacked up in the coat closet. We keep the hats and gloves in a bench by the front door, so that frees up all the way to the ceiling in the closet for food! When we run out of room, I have to stop buying. Even if it is a steal, it’s either stop or give it away.”
  • Sarah’s solution: “I bought an over the door shoe organizer for the laundry room door. My preference was a plastic one in case something ever leaked. It’s great for holding cosmetics, floss, razors, toothbrushes, etc. “
  • From Carrie R: “WE have a small house so I utilize the tops of my cabinets in the kitchen for extra cereal and boxes of crackers… its a good use of wasted space that otherwise gets dusty. Makes me wish that I had bought the taller cabinets when we redid the kitchen.”
  • Jane comments: “In the last house we did NOT have this wonderful basement so my husband stored lots of stuff out in the garage up in the rafters. If you have space up there, you can store toilet paper or Rubbermaid bins full of non foods. We had all of our Christmas stuff and many other out of season things there. This frees up the house prime spots. I used to store things above the cabinets like you do but after we had to make the place “showable” when we were selling the last place, I have kept stuff off of there. But I will resort to that in an emergency! Some other obvious spots are the attic and a dry crawl space if you have to.”
  • Pam shares: “I have 2 steel shelving units from SAMs club. They were a little expensive ($100. Ea) But I saved & bought one at a time. I figured for a long term investment (Ill be couponing for a long time) it was worth the investment. Each shelving unit has 6 shelves & when I put them together I used my current stockpile as estimated height adjustments…. So I could use all space possible. Including above & below the shelves. I have 12 clear smaller containers with lids that are double stacked that sit on the floor under each shelving unit. I use them for things that don’t sit well on shelves. (Ex. Cough drops, vitamins, aspirin, efferdent, single candy, gum, Zyrtec, poly grip…etc) The shelving units & all the containers sit against one smaller wall in my dining room / kitchen. One unit I use for all hygiene stuff, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, body wash,shaving gels & creams, adult & children cold meds, asthma meds, dish soap, cleaning supplies, etc. The other is for food…. Pasta , rice, cereal, soups, can veg’s, snacks, pasta sauces etc. In my main bathroom I bought #2 larger clear 3 drawer units (I stacked them on top of ea other) to store hygiene stuff like toothpaste, toothbrushes, band aids, perioxide, men & women’s razors, sun tan lotions & sprays, first aid stuff, face cleaners..etc. in my smaller bathroom… I bought #2 smaller 3 drawer units (I stacked them in top of ea other) to store all the make up we get awesome deals on, eyeliner, eye shadow, lipstick, chap sticks, finger nail polish,perfumes, panty liners, hair accessories, combs & brushes etc. As for my actual coupon inserts… I store them in a large enough clear container in file folders labeled by date. I do not pre-cut any coupons. I look up deals & cut what I need when I need it. When I go grocery shopping I’ll look up coupons I might need under coupontom.com & will cut those too. If I find a deal while I’m out & don’t have my coupons with me… I will make an extra trip back if it’s that good. My coupon insert container is portable… So I can & have taken it with me. I do not take it in the store with me but I leave it in the car. Hope this might help some. Wish I could post a pic to make my explanation into a visual.”
  • She adds: “I forgot to mention… I have a family of 5 & live in 3 bdrm bsmt apt. No storage at all. I have a lit pet peeve when it comes to my stockpile… I hate having things all over the place. So I did what I could… Buying a lit at a time. Now I have everything where I want it & use it. When family or friends come over… Is easy for them to see what I have… I don’t mind sharing as long as it’s not my last one… Lol. I know we all have plenty to help others…”