Reader deals 9/17/14

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.

Household tips

  • On the Ziploc Perfect Portions, Kate says: “We always use these bags for our Zaycon chicken! Perfect way to keep the chicken fresh and free from freezer burn. We put one breast in each perfect portion bag and then put 10-12 in a ziploc bag. Easy, mess free way to pull out exactly what we need for dinner!”
  • SoapboxTray shares: “I put banana’s in a large flat ziploc container (kind of shoe box size) and stack them in the freezer. I use banana’s frozen all the time in my smoothies. The banana’s pull away from each other fairly easy and break easily in pieces for your bullet or blender. Just hate to see you spend that much on wrapping individual bananas! :-)”

Jewel

  • Jane says: “There is a printable coupon for the Jell-o pudding on Smartsource for 55c/2. That makes it 52c each for the big boxes of pudding when you buy 4 items.”
  • On the Quilted Northern deal:
    • yvette found it ringing up for $12.49 then $3.50 instant savings coming off (worked on a single pack as well as $7.00 coming off two), making it $8.99 at the Roselle/Wise store in Schaumburg.
    • Judy S. calculated: “That works out to $.25/double roll.”
    • Mary J found it to be $12.49 AFTER the savings in Des Plaines.
  • Kelly emails: “Fresh Express Salad 30 Day rebate/coupon Fresh Express Coupons Offer Form ( New! Ongoing ) Receive For every two bags you enter up to 14 bags in 30 days they’ll email you a money-saving coupon OR Enter 15 salad bag codes within 30 days after signing up and get $50 in coupons to use throughout the year.
    I entered 2 codes and received a $1 off two coupon.  You can only print once.  So with the Jewel sale, you could get a bag for a dollar. The website is www.saladswap.com  Click on Sign Up under the 30 day salad swap.”

Loyalty programs

  • For Starbucks, Elizabeth posts on Facebook: “check youe emails..i just got an offer if you reload your card with visa get a $5 bonus with 25 or a $10 bonus with 50
  • Kelly emails: “Here’s another deal I saw on My coke rewards website.  You get a free pretzel if you download their app and the first 25,000 people get 10 free coke reward bonus points.  I did it 2 days ago, got my reward for a free pretzel, and got the free pretzel today while shopping at Stratford Mall.  That’s a $3 value.  It says it takes 7-10 days to get the 10 points, so I don’t know yet if I received that yet.  Here’s the weblink.”

Mariano’s

  • Rita found: “The Ekrich sausage is 2/$5 at Mariano’s so $.50 each after doubling of coupon which you can do on Wednesday’s! Just grabbed myself some today! I’ve been adding this to the pan when I roast veggies and potatoes in the oven and it makes for a quick yummy dinner!”

Meijer

  • Nancy noticed: “I saw a sign up today in Meijer near this detergent that said ‘Buy $25 of Clorox, Arm and Hammer, >>>, and _____ and get $5 off instantly’ I live in a Thursday-Wed. sale area, is this already going on? And if so, is it spend $20 or spend $25? Or is this another separate deal that is starting on Thursday?”
  • Kerri reports: “We are in Indiana and my mom went earlier this week. Both of the buy 8 save $8 were the same deal. She bought 2 deli fresh and 6 steam fresh and the $8 came off. Don’t know if this is the same everywhere or a glitch.”
  • So Nikki wonders: “Hmm-can you buy 16 in one transaction?”

Reader requests

  • Elizabeth on Facebook is wondering about Raise for discounted gift cards: “Has anyone tried this site… I have bought electronic CVS and Lucy and everything went smoothly each time!

Staples

Walmart

  • An idea from Jennifer: “Awhile back there was a Quaker rebate (I think in All You magazine?). Any idea if it’s still valid and can be used when price matching the [Jewel price for] Quaker Oats cereal at Walmart?” It is here, and says hrough 9/30 — although no guarantee it won’t run out like the Dr. Pepper one did on the last day or two.
  • Julie warns: “Make sure to compare sizes. We wanted to price match the granola bars a few weeks back, but Walmart carried slightly different sizes than everywhere else.”

Reader deals 9/16/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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Caputo’s

  • Regarding deli ends, Liz says: “Angelo Caputo’s Hanover Park has them – also in the deli area in back corner”

Household tips

  • On the Ziploc Perfect Portions, gramma shares: “the plastic conforms to the meat (unlike Ziploc bags themselves), and thus helps to prevent freezer burn.”
  • Anne comments: “I would like to share a tip on hot peppers and contacts. I’ve found that the Clear Care contact solution does a GREAT job of removing those oils from the contacts. When I used to use the multi-purpose-type solutions, I would take the contacts out fine, but when I went to put them back in, they were contaminated by the residual oils on my fingers and would burn like crazy. Since switching to Clear Care – not a problem at all. It’s hydrogen peroxide, so you have to be careful not to use it like a rinse, but I am a huge fan!” I totally agree! It was recommended to me by an optometrist many years ago and I only use that type now.

McDonalds

Savers

  • From Outlander: “Savers in St. Charles is closing. Everything 50%off and today is the last day. Still quite a bit left I think.”

Sears Outlet

  • Martha posts about the free swimsuit on Facebook: “I went to the Naperville store, and really all that was there was non-matching separates for both girls and women (didn’t bother looking for boys/mens). So unless you’re able to be creative with the tops and bottoms, you might be wasting your time.

Target

  • Shandelle reports: “The GoPicnic items are also generating $1.50/2 target store coupons at the register! I’ve gotten 4 of them so far. So they can stack with the free coupon. The free coupon also says $2.98 off but scans for $3 off.”
  • And she asks: “Are there any other kinds carried at Target? I’ve been picking them up at Target every time I’m there since the coupon came out.. I have so many (good donation items) but I’m wondering if they carry any other kinds than the 3 breakfast ones.”

Valli

  •  Emily on the deli ends: “I believe they are in the bottom of the open cooler with the macaroni and potato salads across from deli now”

Reader deals 9/15/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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Caputo’s

  • DON says: “Caputos almost always has these [deli ends], same price, 1.99 I believe …. we scavenge and give the rest to the dogs :)”
  • Sarah asks: “Is this Angelo Caputo’s? Where do they keep them?” In Elmwood Park, they are at the bottom of a tall refrigerator case across from the end of the deli closest to meat and produce, near the olive bar.
  • And DON responds: “YUP, Angelo Caputo’s Naperville, Deli area in the back near the corner”

Coupons

  • On the Arm & Hammer coupon, Nancy says: “I can only print one per computer.”
  • But Wende says: “It only let me print one, also, when I first read this. But I tried just now and it let me print the second one. Weird . . .but ok!!!”

CVS

  • From evelyn: “I don’t know if everyone has the same offers but for me jingit has .80 back on water (it says $3 minimum purchase for the water but I have never had a receipt rejected for not meeting the minimum purchase amount.). And .50 for scott toilet paper.”
  • A question from Natalie on the Scott bath tissue: “I was wondering if it is also on the regular one not the soft one. If so does anyone else know the roll count.”

Household tips

  • Jane warns: “Wear gloves if you wear contacts as well. I learned the hard way years ago I had cut up hot peppers and took out my contacts hours after touching the pepper seeds/membranes and burned my eyes and the contacts! Nothing takes the oils out of the lenses (soft) even after I cleaned/soaked them they still burned. I did dishes and washed my hands several times during the day before touching the contacts and it still burned! I had to throw out those lenses. Since that time, I now wear gloves or use the knife to remove the seeds from peppers.”
  • On the deli ends, Kari O. shares: “My husband gets these and pulls out his sushi cookie cutter. We end up with fun shapes and he puts them in my daughters bento case for homemade lunchables. Easy and cheap!”
  • She also says: “I got these [Perfect Portions bags] free from the Jewel freezer promo last year. I have only used half the box since then, but I don’t portion out meats often. My family uses a whole package in most cases. lol. But we do use them for popcorn a lot. This way my kiddos can take a handful to go without using an expensive ziploc or taking a Tupperware container and losing it.”

Shop and Save

  • Laura recommends: “Also check Shop and Save, they usually have these [deli ends] buy one get one free.”

Ultra Foods

  • A report from twells on the free milk mobile coupon: “There is no expiration date. The coupon have an PLU number not a barcode.”

Valli

  • Mandy says: “Valli foods used to have [deli ends] near the deli.  Not sure where they are since they remodeled, but, they were very popular, so, I would assume they still have them.  Glendale Heights store.

Walmart

  • Stephanie posts on Facebook about the beauty box promo: “I got mine today, well worth it! Full size products! I hearse the baby one is nice as well.
  • Neilly on Facebook agrees and shares: “Got mine today. Definitely worth $5!
    walmart beauty box
  • Also on Facebook, Victoria asks: “Do you get any coupons in the box?

Reader deals 9/14/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Chicago Tribune

  • Nancy R comments: “Chicago Tribune – bumped up to $32.00 for 12 weeks (Wed/Thur/Fri/Sun). Called and cancelled as we don’t read enough of it to justify the cost. Finally the rep let me cancel and offered me “FREE” valu pack savings every Sunday, even after I cancel. Got the first value pack today delivered with my paper (My subscription ends next week). Got the Sun- time coupons in the valu pack = free coupons for canceling the tribune!”

Kroger

  • From Pam: “Mahatma rice is included in the Kroger buy 5, save $5. I think the price is $1.19, after discount, use the new $.50/1 coupon and pay $.69 for 2 lbs of rice!”

Meijer

  • Kerri shares: “I am loving the new set up of these rewards! Plus when you complete the reward, the same one shows up again!! (maybe a higher $ threshold, I’m not sure) that way if there is another health or beauty deal, you can use it again!!” Great to know!
  • And Melissa reports: “They do have an expiration date but I have found with the new mperks it is very generous. All of the ones I have earned this month don’t expire until 11/11/14.”

Reader requests

  • VB asks: “So in 2012 We bought our kids the Nabi tablets and purchased the warranties for them. Luckily we did since it looks like there is a flaw in the port connection that doesn’t allow them to charge without applying pressure. Anyway we are getting our money refunded (thank you warranty!) and I have decided to buy the kids an Ipad mini to replace the tablets. What we liked about the nabi’s is that they were very kid durable. Does anyone have recommendations on cases for ipad minis to make them more child proof?”
  • Kari O. responds: “Lifeproof. Expensive but worth every penny. My five year old and two year old haven’t destroyed or even scratched our iPad and it’s been 1.5 years. It’s even waterproof too. :)”
  • Shandelle is wondering: “Question for ladies. I finally found the $3.49 smaller packs of Tena restocked at my Target and got 8 tonight. Has anyone else used these for menstruation? I know they’re intended for incontinence but honestly would they work ok like normal pads? Just curious if anyone else has ever tried. This is my first time ever doing a free Tena deal so I don’t know anything about how well they’re made.”
  • Kari O.’s opinion: “It’s useable but definitely stiff and feels like you’re wearing a diaper. I donated all my mm tena to a worthy grandma.”

Sam’s Club

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “I went to the Sam’s open house and had the same experience as the first person that posted. Waited forever then most of the stuff they used to carry and the only reason I went was no longer being carried. The store was a mess. Thankfully there is Costco. Much better experience.

Target

  • Faith on Facebook found: ” At my Target (Central Indiana) Mead college-ruled composition books were marked down to nine cents. Plus, I had one of the $1.00 off any Mead coupons left, which came off, so 11 of them were free!
  • An idea from Ashley: “PM COD Ghosts to Amazon. In same transaction add a $1 reservation card and pay $2.69!

Reader deals 9/13/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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Household tips

  • Anne shares some banana info: “On The Chew this week, they also mentioned separating them, but also suggested turning them upside down so they rest on their ends (if you don’t own a banana hook). Another interesting tip was to wrap the stem end with tinfoil to prevent air getting in and causing spoilage. On freezing bananas-they make really moist banana bread! I am going to try your freezing method next time.”
  • Kerri has a question: “How long can you freeze them for?” I think a few months at least, but they never last that long around here!
  • From kitty: “If you just want your bananas to last longer on the counter, I highly recommend the Debbie Meyer green bags. Yes, they are $9.99 at Bed Bath and Beyond, but you can use each one over and over and over by turning the bag inside out and shaking off the moisture. If the bag gets sticky, just wipe it off with a damp rag and let it dry. The bags are also great for extending the life of strawberries and many other fruits and vegetables as well.”
  • And jen reiterates: “you can throw whole bananas in the freezer then just take them out when you need them. I always have a bannanas in the freezer” You absolutely can! But as I mentioned in the post, they are hard to peel frozen so if you want to use them for ice cream or smoothies, where the frozen texture is important, peeling them first saves some frustration :).
  • But letsshop also thinks: “Yes very big pain to peel after frozen !”
  • She also says: “If you open bag every day to take one or two out they start to turn brown quicker ! And frost also seems to build up quicker .So I put them in smaller bags since its just mean and my husband .Also even tho they get brown after while they are still fine . Been doing this for years ,Produce store where I shop use to shop would have large amount of ripe bananas in a box reduced for $2.00 (:”

Sam’s Club

  • An experience from jennyh: “Went today, they required us to go to customer service before shopping. 15 minutes in line there. Then the cashier had no clue about getting any gift cards with memberships. A bunch of people in line had printouts for $10 gift card after the $45 membership charge and after asking for that a manager informed our cashier and we were granted a gift card. Honestly I think she was playing dumb. So for us in Elgin, they have no clue about any gift card back and will not mention it or automatically give it to you. And its only $10 back, not $20″
  • But Jean reports: “I was at the Crystal Lake store today and had much better luck. Went to Customer Service right away and got a temporary pass and after finding several items, I decided to get the membership. Both times at customer service I did not have to wait and they immediately told me about the $20.00 gift card (yes, it was $20 not $10!) for doing the membership! Basically paid for what i bought!”

Target

  • Natalie reports: “For the Mucinex deal at Target, I price matched the 30ct package with the $9.99 online price at Target.com. They allowed me to use the 25% cartwheel, $2 target printable, and $7 MQ. It actually gave me $1.01 in overage!”
  • San on Facebook did that too: “I priced match their online 30 count for $9.99 used $7 off manufacturer, $2 store, and 25% CW.

Ultra Foods

  • On the Campbell’s Slow Kettle soup, ellen reports: “not on sale at crestwood.” Maybe it is just Forest Park? Sorry everyone!
  • A question on the free milk, from Jane: “Couldn’t you just type in the web page and print out the mobile coupon for them to scan like we can do for Target mobile coupons? I would love to try this. Anyone get the milk at Target yet? I cannot imagine the cashiers there having the knowledge to even scan your phone!” I used the mobile offer at Ultra and I don’t think a print out would work. There is nothing to scan. It just tells you to tap it in front of the cashier then “Redeemed” appears over the page with the PLU# there for the cashier to type in.

Reader deals 9/12/14

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.

Costco

  • Sarah posts in Hot Deals: “Great deal on cfl lightbulbs at costco. This was at the one in north riverside.”
    costco cfl

CVS

  • Something ellen noticed: “not sure if at all locations but at the oak forest CVS yesterday they had Dawn hand renewal on a price cut for $.99. I am going back today with those $.50 coupons cause i missed the sale last week.”

Goodwill

  • Sent over by letsshop: “Get those donations ready and fall into savings! The Goodwill Sale begins September 17th and runs through October 4th. Receive a 25% off coupon for each item you donate at Carson’s. Coupons are valid for purchases at Carson’s. Customers who also donate to our Goodwill Store & Donation Centers during the sale event will receive Goodwill Sale coupons.”

Jewel

  • Kim spotted: “The Jewel in Elmhurst on Schiller has an end cap with 30 ct kool aid jammers tropical punch for $3.49 last night. Not a flavor my kids like, so I didn’t buy any.”

Savers

Target

  • A deal from liz: “if you get the chobani email buy 1 get 1 free yougurt oat cup…I am thinking..buy 4 use 2 of those coupons..target.com has a .50 off 2 oat coupons so use 2 of those, get .25 back from checkout 51 for buying yougurt, and .75 back from ibotta..should be for cheap depending on how much they are”
  • And she follows up: “The ch bani is 1.02 so 04 my for 4 yippee”

Ultra Foods

  • A report from jan: “Kettle soups are 3.29 at Pr Hts:(” That is a bummer! I bought four varieties for $1.79 each today in Forest Park.
  • Kelly found similar: “Wheaton Ultra had them at 3.29, too. But I did find 3 Driscoll’s raspberries so I got those for 67 cents after q.”

Walgreens

  • Kitty emails: “At Walgreens this week, in addition to the Werthers candies, the Riesen candies are also 2/$3.  There is a $1/1 in the 7/27SS and a store coupon in the monthly booklet (it’s on the same SQ as the Werthers) which makes them free….AND you can get a raincheck if they are out of them, since there is no RR involved.”

Reader deals 9/11/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Jewel

  • Some finds from kelly: “The north Wheaton Jewel had $1 off 2 tearpads on their Lay’s potato chip display.  It’s advertising the new flavors but the coupon says good on any flavor.  The tearpads were ONLY on the special display set up by the entrance, not in the chip aisle. Also, they had a bunch of the 20pk Frito-Lay Snack Packs with coupons attached for $1 off milk purchase when you buy a 1 bag.  Again, they were not on the ones in the regular chip aisle; only on the special display/endcap ones.”

Staples

  • Something maggie noticed: “I just came back from Staples and I noticed they had a shoebox-size plastic container for $1.25. Just so you know…”

Surveys

  • A tip from peaches: “I do surveys myself, but I don’t do Opinion Outpost. Most survey companies ask for your name and email address. When you do a survey they usually ask you what your age is, and what race you are and if you have any children, or if you are married. They also often ask you what your annual income is. It is easier tobe eligible for surveys if you are under the age of 50. I just looked on Survey Police Forum, and Opinion Outpost has a score of four stars out of five. For anybody that is thinking about doing surveys, I suggest that they visit Survey Police Forum first. It is an excellent board.”

Ultra Foods

  • Leslie emails: “This was a little last minute Ultra Foods deal using an Axe expired coupon that I found by accident. Bought 1 Dove ($3.50), 3 Axe shower gels ($3.88) and 3 Axe shampoos ($4.99). Used the Buy 1 shower gel / Get 1 shampoo free q (7/27 RP2) & $1.50/1 Dove hair care q (7/27 RP2) Then, I combined it with the buy $15 worth of product get $5 off instantly deal which came out to $1.23 each!! OOP $8.64 (saved close to $22!)”

Reader deals 9/10/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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Fairplay

  • From susie: “Fairplay foods in Oak Lawn has the Totino’s party pizza (9.8-10.8 oz) on sale for $.49 each when you buy 5 and the totino’s pizza rolls (7.5) for $.99 each when you buy 5. I was wondering if anyone has tried these products before, how are they, and if that is a good price for the products?” They are definitely geared toward a certain palate, haha! But if you are going to buy them, that is a good price.
  • A response from julie: “Hubby and I lived off those totinos pizzas in college. We must have been having too much fun in college, though, as we tried one more recently and each discarded it after 1 bite.” Rachel agrees that the are more for the college/high school set, but there are party pizza coupons to print in the Berkot’s deals here if you want to try: http://www.mashupmom.com/top-ten-berkots-deals-week-91114-91714/.

Household tips

  • Suzann says: “When I find the lidded clear shoe boxes for $0.99 or anything less than $1.50, I load up. They are also great for pantry and fridge storage.” And freezer!

Reader requests

  • Lori is wondering about Opinion Outpost: “Does anyone know how much personal info they need when you sign up?”
  • A Jewel question from Diane: “Does anyone know if the Heart Smart is included in the Bisquick sale? Thanks!”
  • If anyone has used the free milk at Ultra mobile coupon, Shandelle wonders: “lol yes exactly what I wanted to know. I won’t be able to get out to the burbs to an Ultra for a couple weeks, next time a friend visits me that has a car. Anyone try this can confirm what the exp date says??”
  • From Mandy: “Anyone in the western Chicago burbs that has a roof antenna and loses their signal on some channels when it rains or is really windy? I think we need a new one, but, husband insists that it’s fine, and everyone loses certain stations in bad weather. All the neighbors we know have satellite or cable, so, no asking them. We usually lose the 9’s, 11’s, 38’s, and sometimes 2.” Rachel says she loses 2 as well.
  • Becky asks: “Hmmm…..Went to download this [free Demi Lovato album] and it said I needed to add a payment method. At first i cancelled but it showed 0 dollars so I tried to add paypal and it said paypal was declined and to try again later. Anyone else having problems?”

Target

  • Patty shares: “The deal worked great and I even received another 5% off with my Target card. Cartwheel, however, took forever to load. Luckily, I had my Cartwheel code printed out already, so the cashier could easily scan it. BTW, Mucinex Allergy isn’t Mucinex(guaifenesin) at all. It’s really fexofenadine, which is the generic Allegra. But with this deal, it’s cheap and that’s all that matters!”
  • On the Pillsbury melts cookies, Allison noticed: “There is also a Cartwheel for these for 10% off until 9/13.”
  • And Mary Beth reports: “These are kind of pricey – about $3.50″
  • Kerri shares: “I found a five pack of sterlite containers with pink lids at target for under $5. And there was a 10% off sterlite on cartwheel. They are about the same size [as the boxes Suzann mentions above]. They work perfect for the fridge! (Without the lids) I have 2 more left over to organize the stuff in the pantry for lunches.”

Zaycon

  • Kate points out: “Zaycon has the bacon available for purchase again as well!”

Reader deals 9/9/14

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.

Deal of the day

  • Callie wonders: “I am currently a [Costco] member and my boyfriend is my secondary card holder. Would this work if we made him the primary member and myself the secondary card holder?”
  • A response from jaci: “Never mind just called membership has to be 18 months expired to be considered new. Even if you are complimentary household member you r considered a member.” I don’t think it was that long last time, but maybe they have cracked down.

Dollar Tree

  • Valentina S. reports: “I finally found 12 ct. Fisher Boy fish sticks at 7323 Lemont Rd Downers Grove Dollar Tree.”

Freebies

Reader requests

  • Sent over by letsshop: “have you ever heard of Sugardale bacon ?Tony’s has it on sale 2 for $5 1# packages ,great for BLT especially with all are tomatoes now  *:D big grin

Target

  • Finds from Eun: “Berocca 2ct is $2.99 at Target. There’s a 10% cartwheel, a $2 MQ in 7/27 RP and a $1 back on checkout51. They are located with the 5hr energy sort of stuff, not with the vitamins. 1 left on the shelf at the Wilson Target. Tabasco 2oz Original is also a decent deal at Target. It was $1.57 at Wilson, but I pricematched it to target.com’s $1.37. There’s a $0.50 IP on coupons.com and $0.75 back on checkout51 to make it $0.09.”

Reader deals 9/8/14

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: “I found this [Chef Boyardee pizza sauce] on Amazon. Only $7.88 for 12 cans after Q and S&S. Anyone know is that sauce any good?”
  • From Charlotte on Facebook: “Cheap tissues! Get your cheap tissues! $28.18 for 18 packs of tissues [on the 20% Subscribe & Save tier]. 210 tissues per box (so larger than the average boxes at the store). Comes to $0.007/sheet if my math is correct”

Bargains in a Box

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “Bargains in a Box has the same Rubbermaid lunch boxes for $5. We have gotten them at the River Grove and Villa Park locations.

CVS

  • Ashley shares: “Just so you know, on the patches, buy two for $9.98, use $5/$10 coupon in those free last packs at every store register, pay $4.98 and get back $4.99 ECB for net two free. So then roll that ECB into two more, with another $5/$10 coupon and get them four boxes for net $4.98 pop. The $5/$10 scans right through because you are at 98% of $10.”

Reader requests

  • From letsshop, on the Groupon deal: “Has anyone ever made a purchase at Prime&Tender ,thinking expensive ,not a steak person anymore would like to buy pub burgers or ground beef only ! wonder if I would have a problem with that .The store is so  close to me (:”
  • A question from victoriad84: “does anyone coupon at tony? it since everytime I go and try to use coupons they give me a hard time I used some of my kelloggs points to get coupons for the kelloggs and Keebler deal and they told me they only take original coupon I said these are they they said they don’t take black and white then it was they don’t take internet printables I walked out with out the items ill find the same deal somewhere else” She adds: “are there certain tonys that are better with coupons” I have only shopped at North Riverside and a few times Melrose Park. I have never had a coupon rejected at either place, but I typically only use a few each time I go. But I have definitely used different types of black and white printables there with no problems.

Walgreens

  • Jane says: “There is also a digital coupon to load to your Walgreens card online for the Dawn Hand Renewal one for 50c.”

Walmart

  • From liz: “theres a new mini convience walmart in des plaines at the corner of golf and Elmhurst..decided to check it out and they had lots of cosmo, lemonade, and pina colada vita fruite for 12.49..so got my second bottle for .49 after 7.00 ibotta and $5.00 off submitted it and within 60 seconds ibotta credited me and I got a 3.00 bonus for buying 2. (the first was at “other liquor store..if you have it..you could buy 2 there and use one at walmart and the second would qualify for other liquor stpre)..and then theres the 8.00 rebate whoo hoo..”