Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 10/26/14

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Here are your CVS photo codes good online only from 10/26/14 through 11/1/14 unless noted.

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The codes below are good from 10/26/2014 through 10/29/14 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 11/1/14:

Walgreens deals week of 10/26/14 – 11/1/14

Here are the top Walgreens deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/26/14. Walgreens deals come to us courtesy of Couponing for 4.

Top Walgreens deals this week

Colgate Toothpaste $3.50
Get $3 RR
Use $1 Colgate Total, Colgate Optic White, Colgate Max Fresh or Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste Printable
Use $.75 Colgate Total Toothpaste printable
Use $.50 Colgate from 10/26 SS
Final Price: $.50 Moneymaker! (with the $1 coupon)

Brach’s Autumn Candy 4.2-5 oz $.89
Get $1 Candy, Any bag (Snap Deposit)
Final Price: $.11 Moneymaker!

Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup $.79 w/in-ad coupon (Limit 3)
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soup printable
Use $.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soup Printable
Use $.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle, Tomato or Cream of Mushroom Soup from 9/7 SS (exp 10/31)
Final Price: 5/$2.95 ($.59 each) – if you ask if you can purchase five, they will usually let you.

Totino’s Party Pizza 4/$5
Use $1.10/4 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products printable
Get $1/4 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza (SavingStar Deposit)
Final Price: 4/$2.90 ($.73 each)

Capri Sun 10 pks 2/$4
Get 2,000 points wyb 2
Final Price: 2/$2 after points ($1 each)

Colgate Total Advanced Mouthwash, 360 Clean, Max White or Fresh or Slim Soft Toothbrush 2/$6
Get $3 RR wyb 2
Use $1/2 Colgate Kids Toothbrush from 10/26 SS
Final Price: 2/$2 Toothbrushes ($1 each)

Reader deals 10/23/14

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.

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CVS

  • On Got2B, Outlander says: “There’s $1 back on Saving Star too, for CVS, so could be a good deal there.”

Gluten-free dining

  • Anne shares: “Rev Burger in Carol Stream offers gluten free buns and healthier options. I don’t know if that seems like a birthday dinner restaurant, but it’s an idea.”
  • Some ideas from peaches: “Concerning GF restaurants, are there any Indian middle eastern or vegetarian restaurants in the area? From what I understand there are a fair amount of people from India and Pakistan living in the area, and some of their dishes are GF. None of the chains are going to have very many GF options.You can also go to yelp and put in a zip code and gluten free, and there are several options mentioned”
  • Nora says: “Texas Roadhouse offers gluten free options.”

Jewel

  • Jane says: “Plus there is a store coupon for 50c/1 EE cereal on the front of the Big Book that expires 10-28 [to go with this $1.00/1 manufacturer printable]. Would be great if these are on sale or in the clearance section. I think I saw some priced at just $2 last time I looked but am not sure of the dates on that?”
  • And peaches adds: “When I was there Saturday they had the crunchy nuggets cereal on sale for $2.00″

Magazines

  • DON comments: “I HIGHLY suggest the magazine ORGANIC GARDENING, the only magazine I consistently renew. This magazine comes every other month and is packed with excellent information. This is a great price and as I just found out, I subscribed for 2 years and before checkout was offered a third year for $4.99 which I took advantage of as well. This magazine is straight forward without the fluff and propaganda or speculation, just true and tested info. You will not be disappointed and will feel good offering this on your coffee table.”

Meijer

  • A report from findin’deals: “Suave Professionals reg size shampoo/conditioner is $2.99. Large is $5.19. If purchasing regular size, cashier may adjust one of the $2 coupons to $1.49 to match $1.49 sale price”
  • Sanee is wondering: “A question to any other shoppers of Meijer in St.Charles….Has anyone else had an inconsistent experience with using ‘competitor coupons?’ I carry the policy with me for this reason, but had a horrible experience last night trying to use a target coupon with a manufacturer. I talked with corporate a LONG time ago to make sure the policy was being interpreted correctly and was reassured, but even the “big” manager last night said they can’t accept both and, ‘we’ll do it this time….’ any suggestions?? To my knowledge the policy hasn’t changed….??”

Reader requests

  • Don posts on Facebook: “ISO bread bowls like those at Panera without the Panera price…. any grocery stores etc. sell these?”
  • Lisa is wondering about the tanks on Tanga: “Has anyone gotten these? I’m tall and am concerned they’ll be short…”
  • Meg responds: “I haven’t bought these specifically, but I’ve bought a couple of different variety packs of shirts from Tanga and I’ve been disappointed every time. The quality is not good and the colors are usually weird. Not worth it for me.”
  • From Outlander: “have you heard of some survey site called Paradigm Sample? Just got an email from them. Thanks!”

Walgreens

  • On the Viva deal, letsshop says: “Printed (2) $1/1 coupons for Viva from Jill site ,in case no one seen her blog ! and happy my store had plenty (: so 41.5 per roll”

Whole Foods

  • A heads up from Judy S.: “The $1 coupon on the Imagine site is no longer available. The 17.3 oz soups are $2 in Deerfield.”

Reader deals 10/22/14

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.

CVS

  • From jaci: “Looks like you can do the candy deal twice at CVS even though the ad says 1.”

Food 4 Less

  • Martha posts on Facebook: “Hi Rachel, I just read elsewhere on Facebook that the Food 4 Less in Bolingbrook has started marking down their merchandise in the stores in preparation for its closing next month. That person only mentioned Baby formula is 30% off. I called the store and the person said that “selected items” are marked down, not necessarily sections of the store. Does anyone know anything else that has been discounted? Also, she said that they are still accepting coupons on discounted items.”

Meijer

  • A question from ellen: “were the p&g catalinas nationa or store ones? i have a raincheck for the olay but only want if the catalina is still good. do you know the end daes?”
  • Ashley responds: “It is over but it is returning again. I believe its next week”
  • And ellen asks: “do you mean next week starting tomorrow 10/23 or next week 10/26-11/1?”
  • S.T. shares: “About the Mejier cheese deal: I too was only deducted $2.48 with the same scenario. I have noticed that BOGO deals combined with mPerks MQs will deduct the amount of free item after the MQ discount. I was not happy when I was buying BOGO vitamins last month with a $3 off mPerks MQ. Is this right?”

Menards

  • Patty emails: “If you still have your Menards Sorry Slip (rain check) for the Curad Flexible Fabric bandages at 2/$1, use them soon as these items are now in the Clearance section of the bandages.  It looks like Menards has switched to Band-Aid brand and will no longer carry Curad.  They’re marked down to $0.96.”

Online deals

  • Sara shares: “Saw this tweeted by a Baseball America editor: Kindle editions of 10 baseball books available for under $2 each during World Series: www.thebaseballreader.com/ High and Inside, by Russell Rowland — $0.99 Sol White’s Official Base Ball Guide — $1.99 The Greatest Show on Dirt, by James Bailey — $0.99 The Ringer, by Jenny Shank — $1.99 The Suitors of Spring, by Pat Jordan — $0.99 The Rules Abide: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Baseball Rules (With History, Humor and a Few Big Words), by Jim Tosches — $0.99 The Book of Baseball Literacy, 3rd Edition, by David Martinez — $0.99 Nine Bucks a Pound, by James Bailey — $0.99 Parker Field (A Willie Black Mystery), by Howard Owen — $1.99 Slouching Toward Fargo, by Neal Karlen — $1.99″

Pumpkins

  • Anne reports: “Meijer had pie pumpkins for $1.50 each & Aldi’s were $2.”
  • Christine shares: “Joe Caputos had pie pumpkins for .38/lb. They were small and I bought 3 for 1.81 last week.”
  • Alicia adds: “Re: pie pumpkins – doesn’t Menards have them for $1.49 this week?”

Reader requests

  • Jeff sends over: “I wonder if you or your readers would know of GF restaurants in the Glendale Heights/Bloomingdale/ Carol Stream area (or even St. Charles on North Ave). I am taking my friend out for her birthday and she can only eat GF. I already looked around but didn’t come up with much. Panera doesn’t seem to carry GF.”

Walgreens

  • Mandi found: “Walgreens has fleece lined leggings for 2/$10. I just bought some and they seem like they are good quality.”

Viva deal at Walgreens

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Here’s another Walgreens deal for your week: Six pack Viva and Viva Vantage are on sale for $5.99 this week, and there is a national Viva Catalina deal working at Wags. Through 11/2: Buy two, get $3.00 RR, buy three or more, get $4.00 RR. So,

  • Buy two six packs Viva for $11.98.
  • Use two $.60/1 (value varies regionally) in the 9/14 SS = $10.78.
  • Use $1.00 coupon in the Wags October coupon booklet = $8.78.
  • Get back $3.00 RR for a net cost of $5.78 for 12 rolls, or just $.48 a roll.

This is a nice price for Viva!

(Thanks, Wild for Wags)

Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 10/19/14

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Here are your CVS photo codes good online only from 10/19/14 through 10/25/14.

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The codes below are good from 10/19/2014 through 10/25/14 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 11/1/14:

Walgreens deals week of 10/19/14 – 10/25/14

Here are the top Walgreens deals and coupon matchups for the week of 10/19/14. Walgreens deals come to us courtesy of Couponing for 4.

Top Walgreens deals this week

MG217 Multisymptom Coal Tar Gel 1.5 oz $6
Get $6 RR
Use Get 50 points for every $1 in Health Care in-ad coupon
Use $1 MG217 Product coupon
Pay $5, Get $6 RR and 300 points
Final Price: $1.30 Moneymaker!

Colgate Optic White Toothpaste, Toothbrushes 2 pk or Mouthwash $3.99
Get $2 RR
Use $2 Colgate Total, Optic White, Max Fresh, Enamel Health or Sensitive Twin Pack from 10/12 SS
Use $1 Colgate Total, Colgate Optic White, Colgate Max Fresh or Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste Printable
Use $1 Colgate Mouthwash or Mouth Rinse from 9/28 SS
Final Price: Free!

Brach’s Autumn Candy 2/$3
Use $1/2 Brach’s Autumn Candy from Oct Walgreens coupon booklet
Use $1 off Bagged Halloween Candy Snap coupon
Final Price: 2 Free!

Vanity Fair or Dixie Playtes, Napkins or Bowls B1G1
Get 2,000 points wyb 2 (unadvertised monthly deal!)
Use $.25 Vanity Fair Napkins coupon
Use $1/2 Dixie Plates, Cups or Bowls printable
Final Price: Varies

**Deal Idea**
Buy 2 Vanity Fair Napkins 100-packs B1G1 for $2.99
Use $.25 Vanity Fair coupon
Pay $2.74, Get 2,000 points
Final Price: 2/$.74 ($.37 each)

Altoids Small Mints or Extra or Wrigley’s Gum $.69 w/in-ad coupon (Limit 3)
Use $.50/2 Juicy Fruit Bubble Gum from 9/28 RP
Final Price: 2/$.88 ($.44 each)

Barilla Blue Box Pasta $.99 w/in-ad coupon (Limit 3)
Use $1/2 Barilla Pasta printable [Play the Game - Coupon Is Emailed]
Use $.55/2 Barilla Blue Box Pasta from 9/7 SS
Final Price: 2/$.98 ($.49 each with $1/2 coupon)

Reader deals 10/12/14

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.

Amazon

  • Caroline posts on Facebook: “Read the reviews before you buy [the Cuisinart ice cream maker]. I did ended up getting one at Costco only to discover that the reviews were right. It never froze the liquid I put in.”
  • But Outlander says: “I have that. Love it. As a matter of fact I have the ingredients to make my mango ice cream out on the counter right now.”

CVS

  • SmartShopper confirms: “I just came back from CVS and did this Coke deal (4pm on Sunday). I purchased (3) 12-packs of regular Coke. Looking at the receipt, they rang up at $5.99 each but below that it shows “sale savings” -$8.97.  I also received the $5.00 ECB  which equal $1.33 each 12 pack!”

Groupon

  • A warning from Susan: “I bought one of the Skechers Go Walk monitors last time they were on sale and it was awful.  The directions were in poorly translated English and when I called for help, Skechers told me they licensed another company to use their name, but they don’t provide Customer Service on the product.  It is not nearly as good as the Fit
    BIt products.  Spend the extra money.”

Household tips

  • From Outlander: “I roast red peppers on a much larger scale than that, for a couple of different uses. I prefer to clean them before roasting, just cut around the stem and remove the seeds, leave the rest whole. I also always roast them on a baking pan lined with foil for easier clean up. And make sure your baking sheet has a side or it can leak, peppers can sometimes have a lot of liquid. One thing I make is red pepper salad- after roasting them, put in a dish and cover with a bit of white vinegar. No oil needed. Add some chopped garlic and a touch of salt. Give a stir and let sit for a day or two before use. It will easily last a month in the fridge. Put on sandwiches or as a salad for meat and potatoes. The other thing I make is called Ajvar and is a kind of roasted red pepper and roasted eggplant spread.”
  • And Judy S. says: “I broil the red peppers, turning after each side is blackened and then I put them in a paper bag, heatproof bowl, or wrap in foil and let steam with their own heat for about 10 minutes. Great also with pasta, black beans and good Parmesan cheese.”

Meijer

  • From Caroline on Facebook: “Check your clearance at Meijer. I found Rolaid tablets for $1.12 a bottle and used the BOGO from the October P & G. I saw the liquid kind there too.”
  • Sheri shares: “On the $10 off your purchase of $25+ Playtex, Carefree, Stayfree, Schick, etc. I purchased (3) 32 ct. Playtex tampons ($6.99 each) , 2 packs of 20 ct. carefree panty liners (.99 each) and 1 pack of Stayfree pads ($2.89) and used 2 printable manufacturer coupons for $3 off playtex and one $3 off on my mperks, also used two .50 off panty liners in 10/5S and 1.00 off Stayfree. Paid about $4.84 for all those products. Not a bad stock up price.”

Target

  • A heads up from Debbie: “Speaking of SuperTarget, apparently the All You magazine that was posted a few days ago with man. coupon and Target coupon is only available there and not smaller Targets. We don’t have one here in Central IL that I am aware of.”
  • Maureen found: “I looked online, these seem to be the stylers that will trigger the $5 GC: TRESemme TRES Two Extra Hold Aerosol Hair Spray 11 oz; TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray 8 oz; TRESemme Keratin Smooth Shine Serum 3.3 oz; and Keratin Smooth Flat Iron Smoothing Spray 8 oz. Sorry for being so confusing, my Target doesn’t have these.”

Walgreens

  • From Natalie: “This may be a glitch, but I bought two packs of the Dentyne Ice gum that was on sale 2/$1.50 and still got 1,000 BR points. Paired up with the $1/2 MQ from 10/12 SS, made this .50 mm.”
  • Susan: “Walgreens sells [fleece leggings] for 5.99 or 2/$10″

Walgreens Photo Codes and CVS Photo Codes 10/12/14

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Here are your CVS photo codes good online only from 10/12/14 through 10/18/14.

Here are your Walgreens photo codes.

The codes below are good from 10/12/2014 through 10/18/14 online only.

Older and monthly online-only Walgreens Photo coupon codes that are good through 11/1/14: