Reader deals 4/14/15

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Reader deals 4/14/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

ALDI

  • Caroline on Facebook found: “YMMV Aldi has Starburst jellybeans for .25 a bag.”

Contacts

  • Meg shares: “I wanted to share something I just learned. I’ve been looking for a contact lens exam so that I can buy another year’s worth of my contact lenses. Most of those cheap exams at LensCrafters and the like do not cover contact lenses. And I stumbled across this little known (to me, anyway) fact: you do not need a valid prescription to purchase contact lenses in British Columbia. And online retailers located in BC will ship to the US. I was skeptical, but my years’ supply of Accuvue arrived today and they are exactly the same ones I’ve been wearing. The site I used was http://www.visionpros.ca and I just entered the prescription info off one of my current boxes of lenses. Of course, it’s recommended to get an eye exam every year. So I will probably still go get a $19 one just to ensure good eye health. But I won’t need the pricier contact lens exam, at least not every year.”

Dollar Tree

  • Print the new $1.00/2 Thomas’ coupon, because focadima comments: “My dollar tree also carries these by the brownberry bread”

Jewel

  • A find from Dee Clawed on Facebook: “Jewel is clearancing Mt. Olive Super Stacker dill pickles. They were marked $1.34 for large jars but rang up at .74 cents! There were also .55 cent coupons elastic-banded to the lids making for .19 cent big jars of pickles! Be careful as these are the long flat slice…not the quartered spears.”

Mariano’s

  • A confirmation of the $1.00 Crest toothpaste (use $3.00/3 in the 3/29 PG!) from Linda: “Saw the toothpaste at Mariano’s today. Still a dollar a tube. In a bin near the checkouts”
  • Print the reset So Delicious coupon, because SoapboxTray found: “So Delicious: These double perfectly at Mariano’s and yogurt are regular price 1.99 so free on Wednesdays. Yum!”

Meijer

  • On the cheap Lactaid milk at Target, feelgood points out: “Just an FYI, the free Fairlife 2% white and chocolate milk at Meijer this week are also lactose free.”

Reader requests

  • One from Coreena: “Hi! Need some help finding protective covers for an IPhone 6. Thoughts?? TIA!”
  • Laura asks: “Has anyone else noticed that all of the flavors of Dole Squish ‘ems have hard little pieces of rind or something in them. I’ve bought different packs thinking it was just that particular pack but the hard pieces are always in there. I’ve contacted the company and even sent in one of the hard pieces and all they do is send coupons for more of the product. They are on clearance at my local jewel and I think that is maybe why. None of the other brands of these applesauce pouches have this problem.”

Rebates

  • Jadeyzma replies to the Smirnoff rebate question from yesterday: “Feel good, I’m still waiting on my rebate for Smirnoff too…they are definitely behind this time. I did get an email saying that it has been received and being processed. Go online to check your status…it hasn’t taken this long in the past.”
  • But a heads up from Anne: “Just a heads up on the Smirnoff Rebate – make sure they send you the correct amount. I looked up to make sure I’d received my rebate (I had, about a month ago), BUT it was only for $40, not the $60 I was supposed to receive.”
  • Alicia says: “I got my Smirnoff a week or two ago. Yours should be on its way!”
  • And if you’ve been waiting for Kohl’s appliance rebates, good news from letsshop: “Wanted to mentioned received rebates from Kohls slow cookers deal ! Put all 4 rebates in one envelope because I was able to buy them at the store ,since they ran out of stock ! was sent in 2 CG in the amount of $40 ,took a extra 3 weeks because of stores type of receipts ): but all is well .”

Target

  • Another Easter clearance candy idea from Diane: “On the Target M & M’s, suprise I was at Target today too, LOL. Anyway, we had a buy a 9 oz or larger bag of M&M’s & get the crispy M&M’s free. I only had the Target $1/2 M&M coupon left, so got 4 bags of M&M’s ( 2 Easter & 2 Crispy) for .90 cents! No sure which insert, I think weekend of 4/12.” 4/12/15 RP.
  • And a clearance candy find from Caroline on Facebook: “And if you still have the Hersey $2/3 Easter candy coupon you can pick up bags of Cadbury mini-eggs at Target for .33 cents a bag for the 10 oz bags.”
  • If you’re having trouble with the codes for the Kimberly-Clark deal, a reminder from shirley: “The old code is missing a letter so try TGTE59AF. Make sure you enter this one first if your subtotal is like mine $55.xx. Hope this helps.”
  • If you’re still having trouble, vicki suggests: “Try TGTCDQH5″
  • A heads up from Kerri: “The Kleenex is still on the page but when you add to the cart and try to put the 10 off 50 coupon in it says you don’t have enough in your cart for that offer.”
  • And Chris shares on Facebook that: “A heads up for Super Target on Diehl in Warrenville: they are resetting dairy and frozen. Lots of frozen fish and desserts plus MP and Kraft cheeses today. Cashier told me to keep checking back all week, a lot more will go on clearance instead of moving it . Works for me!”

Walmart

  • A find from Nancy M.: “Colgate spinbrush in box with toothpaste at Walmart are ringing up $0.59.
    They had SpongeBob and Hello Kitty.”

Whole Foods

  • From Judy: “Mambo Sprouts has a DeBoles $1/1 coupon. Checkout 51 has $2/2, must be purchased in 1 transaction. Whole Foods has some DeBoles pasta on sale for $2.19 throught [today], 4/14. $.19 pasta. The boxes are only 8 oz.” I don’t have the DeBoles offer; check your Checkout 51 to see if you do.

Reader deals part two 4/13/15

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Reader deals part two 4/13/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Meijer

  • A find from feelgood: “Check your Meijer mPerks. The two free Fairlife milk coupons have reset! And the Ibotta offer for $0.75 on Fairlife has reset, too. Meijer is included :-)

Rebates

  • A question from feelgood on the long-ago Smirnoff rebate: “Did anyone get their Smirnoff $60 rebate yet? I submitted my rebate form and receipt the beginning of January. Already called the rebate company three times, they confirmed receiving my submission but said they are behind sending out rebates. 15 weeks and counting, still no rebate!”
  • And if you’re concerned about the Hamburger Helper rebate, Valentina S. confirms: “I did it last year and got my rebate check.”

Target

  • If you’re doing the Target Kimberly-Clark deal, Deb comments: “I agree about the Target gift cards that are snail mailed. For the last Kimberley-Clark deal, I kept getting e-mails that the gift cards were delayed, and then they finally cancelled them! I called Target and they immediately replaced them with e-cards.”

Walgreens

  • Jenny shares an alternative to the Target paper deals in the Hot Deals FB group: “If you don’t want to have to deal with the hassle of online ordering, standing in a long customer service line picking up your items, and waiting for your money back…. Walgreens has 6 packs of Scott paper towels for $4 after in store coupon. The rolls have slightly less square feet (Scott is 37.9 sq feet per roll and viva is 47.3 sq feet per roll). But after doing the deal with just paper towels for target, it came out 1.5 cents per square foot for viva and 1.7 cents per square foot for Scott. I have 3 kids under 5, going to target is like the inner ring of hell. I will pay extra to not have 2 carts of paper towels and 1 cart of screaming kids. Lol!

Reader deals 4/13/15

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Reader deals (part one, since I published by accident — enjoy the early peek!) 4/13/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Blue Bunny

  • Looking for Blue Bunny? Mandy says: “The Ultra in Lombard used to carry some Blue Bunny ice cream and the Walmart in Bloomingdale. I haven’t checked recently though.”
  • And jessica adds: “I know Tony’s sells the blue bunny. Shop and Save might sell it too, I haven’t shopped there for a while but they used to.”
  • And from Matt: “Walmart sells Blue Bunny and Ultra does too.”
  • Laura asks: “Has anyone seen the NEW Blue Bunny Dairy Free w/Almond Milk frozen pints? I read they come in about 4 flavors, would love to try them.”

Empire

  • On the Empire 50% off sale, Jovandi comments: “Empire was way overpriced for me 2bedrooms and a hallway $1000″

Jewel

  • Theresa found yet another ice cream changing over to frozen dairy dessert: “on the Friendly Ice Cream at Jewel picked up 2 on the weekend sale, but the ones I got say dairy dessert since no longer ice cream going to have to read the label better. I want ice cream and what is happening to the size 1.5 short fat containers.”

Rebates

Storage totes

  • Matt chimes in on the question of where to find cheap storage totes: “I’m a regular Good Will shopper and I usually find their totes are cracked, missing a top or incredibly overpriced (e.g. more than a new item would be). It never hurts to look at thrift stores. Menards will run promo deals on totes a couple times a year. I think they often have the 10 gallon ones for $2 or $3 when they are on sale. Or look for a store that has clearance on totes. I bought 5 fairly big totes from Staples just because they were $2 a piece on clearance and I happened to be in the store.”

Target

  • If you’re doing the crazy Kimberly-Clark paper products deal, Kari O. points out that: “The ship to home gift cards take FOREVER. I did it once and I had to call and complain because my gift card took over a month to come after the initial item purchased arrived. The electronic ones are a pain, but at least you get your $ faster. lol”

Warby Parker

  • TracyS:  “…bought from warby Parker last month. Picked out 5 pairs and decided I wanted to try one frame in a different color. So, headed to the store in Lincoln park, which is really cute. Lollipops in a big bucket, TV with vhs movies, recommended reading set below the shelves of glasses, and a free photo studio. Got great pics of my kids and they shipped the glasses to my house. $95 included anti scratch and anti glare.”

Free ground beef when you buy three Helpers

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Here’s a new mail-in rebate for you to print: Free ground beef (up to $8.06) when you buy three boxes of Helper (ZIP 90210). All items must be on the same receipt. Items must be purchased by 6/30, but I’d print the form now in case it disappears before then.

At Dollar General thurs-sat, Helper is on sale for $.90 (and you can use $.50/1 in the 3/1 SS). At Meijer through Wed. (Thursday market stores), Helper is $1.29 (use $.50/1 in the 3/1 SS, or get 50% off one with mPerks). I don’t think DG carries ground beef, but you could price match at Target perhaps. :)

(Thanks, Totally Target)

Walmart Diet Dr. Pepper rebate

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Buy three packs of diet Dr. Pepper in a single transaction at Walmart 3/6-4/10/15, and submit here for a $5.00 Walmart eGift card. Limit three entries per person.

Note: The last time they ran one of these, they “ran out” before the promo ended but didn’t update their page; they just started denying rebates. I’d do this sooner rather than later and submit your receipt right after buying.

Reader deals 3/6/15

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Reader deals 3/6/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Cash Back / Apps

  • To go with the Checkout 51 Glade rebates this week, Liz comments: “candles, one count oil refills and wax melts are 2/$6, get 2 rr, use 1/1 coupons and money back from checkout 51 making them free”
  • And Liz also found a Beyond Meat burgers stack: $3.00 back from Shopmium, $3.00 back from Ibotta at Target, $2.00 back from BerryCart, and $1.00/1 on Mambo Sprouts. If you’re new to the cash back apps, read more here.
  • Liz follows up on this deal, saying: “my target didn’t have the burgers. The crumbles or chicken was 4.99(my target usually runs higher compared to others). So after coupons and rebates ended up being .50 plus I received a catalina for target next time and if you redeem 2 beyond meat on ibotta you get a $1.00 bonus. Cheap tacos for me tonight!”
  • Also from Liz: “There is also a 1.00 off sambozan on shopmium, and .50 from ibotta if someone knows wher they are on sale at. Lastly don’t forget the jewel B1G1F noosa at jewel with the up to 40% off from shopmium.” The big bottles are $5.99 at Whole Foods this week.
  • A find from peaches: “I was just on Mambo Sprouts, and I noticed that valpak is going to start distributing their coupons in their flyer. There is also a deal on valpak where you can get a $5 Amazon GC, if you make a $2 purchase with your Visa card at any Peet’s Coffee shop. You have to make the purchase, and then go online to enter in your credit card number, so they can verify that you made the purchase, and then you will be emailed the Amazon code.”

CVS

  • Julie comments on the free jellybeans deal: “Heads up to anyone trying this deal, the coupon beeps, so ymmv depending on your store. I’m guessing either the smaller package UPC codes are not included on the coupon’s digital info (despite no size restrictions) or the CVS registers have a problem with the purchase requirement being 3, and only adding up to $1.50 for a $2 coupon. The cashier manually pushed it through for me, one I explained that I got 4 for each coupon to make sure I cover the $2. Probably not going to work for only buying 3 per coupon and trying to use the overage towards something else.” The CVS coupon policy does not allow for overage, so no.

Food 4 Less

  • A find from Larry: “Food for Less in Hammond has boneless skinless chicken breast for $.99lb!!”

LivingSocial

  • A reminder from Connie on the great LivingSocial gluten free expo deal: “LivingSocial has $10 tickets to the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo May 2-3. That’s 50% off. I had an extra 10% off they offered so my purchase was only $9.”

Magazines

  • From peaches: “Organic Life is $5.99 with the code [use code MASHUPMOM today 3/6 only]. If you purchase a year subscription to Organic Life, you can also get a year subscription to Bon Appetit. for $4.99.”

Menards

  • For those looking for a better method of locating the rebate deals at Menards, tips from Julie: “For Shopper at Menards, my hubby plays the Menards rebate game quite often and while there is no single trick to work for everything, there are a few rules of thumb he generally uses. If the item is a pretty typical Menards type item (hand tools, cabinet hardware, furnace filters, etc.) then they are generally found in the appropriate section, but will usually have a purple shelf tag and the rebate info near their spot. For items that are a bit further off from Menards regular items, like the money making hand towels, washcloths or oven mitts, from the last year or 2, these are typically placed on one of the end caps of the aisles. Food will generally be at the front of the store if you have a smaller Menards, or in the food section if you have a larger Menards, but the exception there is frozen food, these can seem to be places in freezers/coolers anywhere throughout the store (check the entrances, end caps and food sections. Otherwise, its pretty much a crapshoot. Good Luck!”
  • And from Don: “Shopper, seems to me that Menards seems to scatter the F.A.R throughout the store – seemingly to be sure we go into all the departments hoping to sell some items in the meantime”
  • Bankingonit suggests: “I ask a Menard’s employee where the item is. They are ususally very helpful.”
  • And a helpful cheat sheet from Anthony, who says: “The SKU numbers are only indicative of the department in which a given item resides.
    Any sku starting with 100-#### belongs to the building materials department
    Any sku starting with 200-#### belongs to the hardware department
    Any sku starting with 300-#### belongs to the electrical department
    Any sku starting with 400-#### belongs to the millwork department
    Any sku starting with 500-#### belongs to the paint and wallcoverings department
    Any sku starting with 600-#### belongs to the plumbing department
    Any sku starting with 700-#### belongs to the floorcoverings department.
    Source: Former shipping and receiving employee with Menards…I sorted and delivered incoming merchandise to the various departments.”

Reader requests

  • A question from letsshop: “Has anyone received their rebate from Kohls we did in Febuary on slow cookers ? have been emailed rebate coming by 3/20 but not the dollar amount .I did 4 rebates in same envelope !”

Rebates

  • Trouble reading the fuzzy address on the Dos Equis rebate? Katie shares: “INMAR REBATE CENTER
    ATTN: DOS EQUIS T1-15 DIGITAL PROGRAM #DOSNADG002
    PO BOX 426008
    DEL RIO TX 78842-6008″

Reward programs

  • From Sara: “I just linked my ComEd account and thought I’d forward this info to share.  You get points when you link and then points when you reduce the amount of electricity you use each month compared to the previous year.” Sign up for CUB Energy Saver here.

Target

  • On the GE LED deal, from Samantha: “1 coupon took of .50, so you need 2. HTH!”

Walgreens

  • A heads up on the Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls deal from feelgood: “Unfortunately, the very first sentence on the coupon states: “CONSUMER: Limit one coupon per person and per transaction”. Puts a damper on the Walgreens deal. :-(

Reader deals 2/18/15

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Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** 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.

Reader deals 2/18/15

Amazon

  • On the Amazing Happy Birthday Candle, Elizabeth comments on Facebook that: “I have bought 2 of these previously and they are a hit , a one time candle so I suggest buying 2.”

Coupons

Jewel

  • On the three day $1.50 salad sale, a reminder from liz: “just an idea, if you belong to fresh express salad swap..Jewel has their bags of salads on sale but I no longer had the January coupons. They would send $1.00/2 coupons as a reward in my emails and I never used them because we have had higher value coupons the last few months. If you haven’t deleted those emails you can still print them. I had an email from last april I just printed an it expires a week after you print it not when you receive it!! type in email from salad swap to search for it.”
  • And a find from liz: “des plaines jewel has citrus pledge wipe packs clearance for 1.20 in the osco section…normally 4.00..had a 50 coupon and get 1.00 back from checkout 51

Mariano’s

  • Something to look for from Silvia: “Minute multi grain medley rice is $2.19 and there are $1 off peelies on the box so today Wednesday, they were .19″

Meijer

  • Lori S. warns on the Goody deal: “Meijer— Goody Elastic Hairbands, the Meijer on Boughton Rd in Bolingbrook had lots of pegs with 2.19 price but not one package to be had. Employee said they had them all on clearance. Packages they do have all range in price from 3.99 and up. Don’t waste your time going there either!”
  • But Meg had a better experience: “Meijer in Algonquin still has lots of Goody Elastics for $2.19. I got ten for $5.70. Most of it was $2.19 and rest more than $3. I have two girls and we go through them like crazy. There was still lots and lots left.”

Target

  • On Valentine’s clearance, Maureen T shares: “I was at the Lombard target today. Food and candy were 50%, cards, etc were 70%.”
  • And TracyS comments: “My target is 50/70 but I didn’t buy anything. If a stuffed animal is holding a bag of candy, that is food and only 50%. In the dollar spot, black star items are 50%off. Got some hello kitty jewelry over there.”
  • And here’s what Julie found on Valentine’s clearance: “I found 25 count goldfish 0.4 oz valentines packs/bags where you can write the names right on the goldfish packs on clearance for $2.49.  This works out to 10 oz. of goldfish overall and the small regular pouches of goldfish are 6.6 oz, and $1.99.  So, for 50 cents more, you get an additional 50% of the regular 6.6 oz package.  And, they are already in individual bags and great for lunches.  They had the cheddar blast and vanilla cupcake flavors.”
  • On the $1.00/1 Cracker Barrel cheese coupon (ZIP 60148), Heather found that there is: “25% off on Target cartwheel too.”
  • A deal from Kari O.: “The Market Pantry fruit snacks are on sale this week for $1.69. While most of them are the 10 count boxes, most stores also marked down their 50 ct boxes for the same price. I used the $1/3 Mobile coupon that expires today and the 5% off Cartwheel. I went yesterday (2/17) and haven’t checked prices today but the DCPI inventory still shows the $1.69 price.”

Rebates

  • If you have had trouble reading the blurry small print on the Dos Equis mail in rebate, Jerohm comments:
    The full mailing address is:Inmar Rebate Center
    Dos Equis T1 15 Digital
    Program: DOSNADG002
    PO Box 426008
    Del Rio, TX 78842-6008

Whole Foods

$4.00 Dos Equis mail in rebate printable

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I have a weakness for Spokane, WA ZIP codes since it’s where I grew up… so if you too put in 99223, you can print a mail in rebate form for $4.00 back on Dos Equis 12 pack+. This is valid in multiple states, including Illinois.

Looking for the Dos Equis beer rebate mailing address?

Inmar Rebate Center
Dos Equis T1 15 Digital
Program: DOSNADG002
PO Box 426008
Del Rio, TX 78842-6008

Reader Deals 1/23/15

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

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.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.

Amazon

  • Outlander sent some suggestions, “Don, if you like Mars, you gotta read this book (The Martian)!  I loved it! It’s not about aliens. I also recommend this movie (The Grand Budapest Hotel). It’s weird and funny and surprising and filled with stars. This is super cheap. Good for Valentines Day. 

Friday Freebies

  • Smart Shopper reports on  burritos on Friday Freebies, “Tina’s Burrito’s are not available at grocers such as Jewel, Mariano’s or Meijer.  See link below for stores in the midwest. http://tinasburritos.com/store-finder/regions/midwest-region/ Some local stores that carry Tina’s burritos are Caputos, Ultra Foods, Pete’s Fresh Market, etc. (These stores are not on Savings Star)
  • Valentina says, “I checked on the product locator. It showed Food4Less. I am planning to check it after work. She confirms, Food4Less does carry Tina’s burritos. I got 4 oz. beef & bean burrito. It qualified for Saving Star rebate. They are $0.50.”

How Many Papers

  • Feelgood reports on the coupons in the Tribune this Sunday, “Some other regions are getting Screamin’ Sicilian $2.00/1 coupons this weekend. Hoping we get them, too. Got BOGO rainchecks from Jewel just in case!

Hy-Vee

  • Shirley commented on the weekly deals, “Huggies and Yoplait Catalina are working at Hy-Vee. I believe 1/25 is the last day. Huggies diapers are on sale for $8.99 and yoplait individual yogurt cup is on sale 10 for $5.”

Jewel

  • Laura comments on deals of the week, “Went to Jewel in Minooka last night and the lady at the service desk said MyMixx will not work until the 28th. I asked about the Kids free fruit card and she didn’t have this years card but she said the old card’s still work. I didn’t try it though because I wasn’t sure if the cashier would know that.”
  • Laura also comments on New Essential Everyday coupons, “Essential Everyday has a new coupon save $1 when you buy any two bags of Essential Everyday frozen vegetables. Also the jewel brand coupons on the Jewel website are:  Save $1 when you buy 3 Essential Everyday canned vegetable items, 14 oz or larger. Save $1 when you buy 1 bag of Essential Everyday trail mix. Save $1 when you buy 3 cans of Essential Everyday kidney beans. Save $1 when you buy 2 boxes of Essential Everyday instant oatmeal. Save $1 when you buy 2 boxes of Essential Everyday popcorn. Save $1 when you buy 1 Essential Everyday dish detergent. Save $1 when you buy 1 Wild Harvest broth.”

Meijer

  • Savinlikeu found a deal, “Those little Flipz are also on the buy 10 get 1 free at Meijer and mperk 1/2 worked just fine :) We love those things!”

Reader Requests

  • Jolynn sent some info on making yogurt, “Ive made yogurt a lot,  no special yogurt machine needed.  I heated milk on stove. Mix with a yogurt container and moved to crockpot.  Crock pot goes in warmed oven overnight.  It was too loose for me so I drained in the fridge.  Look up receipes on line for necessary tempertures.   It was too much work for just me. My kids woundnt eat it.   Fun to try.  Go for it!”
  • Donna also has a yogurt recipe, “I also make my own yogurt about every other week.  It is so easy, and I don’t use a yogurt maker. I just heat a gallon of milk to about 180 degrees.  Let it sit on the stove until it cools to about 110 – 115 degrees.  Then you have to mix it with prepared yogurt (just make sure the container says ‘Contains Live and Active Cultures’.  you need those to make yogurt.  Then I have an insulated pack that I set my bowl in and cover with towels and put in a warm spot to sit and culture overnight. In the morning I have yogurt.  I strain some of the whey from the yogurt since I like it more the consistency of Greek Yogurt.”

Staples

  • Lilly found some deals, “Went to Staples in Glen Ellyn to take advantage of the hefty garbage bag deal and found a few clearance items! Puffs softpack tissues are $2 for a 3 count, vanity fair napkins are $4 for 400 count, and Special K protein bars are $4 a box.””

Target

  • Liz sent a deal, “on ibotta..for target there is a pic of green works laundry detergent..the 34 ct wipes matched this and is on sale for 2.64..1.00 rebate…50 bonus for buying 1..and they had 1.00 peelies at Rosemont target”
  • Allison found a try me free deal, “There is a new try me for Rain-X Upholstery Repel Guard at Target.”
  • Maureen found this, “Happy with this deal on BIC Soleil razors: bought four packages at $6.99, used two BOGO MQ (1/4 SS1) (-$13.98) and the 30% Cartwheel (-$8.40) = $5.58 for four packages.”

Update on the Try Me Free foot balm rebate at Walgreens

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A couple of you have mentioned the “Try Me Free” rebate stickers found on the Bare Foot foot balm at Walgreens this week. Here’s a photo of what to look for, courtesy of feelgood, who comments on the wording:

Purchase 2/1/14 – 2/28/15
Please delete any coupons, or loyalty rewards programs used in the purchase of this product. To ensure full refund purchase this product in a separate transaction.
Retailer must be printed on the receipt for verification.
Freeman Labs will mail the rebate amount equal to the purchase price, less any coupons.
Not valid in conjunction with any other offers.

I wouldn’t be surprised if they reject any rebate requests with Walgreens receipts this week, since the $3.50 RR promotion is another offer.

Shopping at Walgreens this week? Check out other Walgreens deals as you’re planning your trip.