Reader deals 5/20/15

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Reader deals 5/20/15: 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: [email protected]
  • 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.

Cut the cord

  • Don responds to a question from yesterday: “HGTV is part of the base package on https://www.sling.com/ for $20 with several other channels – check that out”

CVS

  • Samantha comments: “I did the Playtex deal today. I was able to use the B1G1, along with the $3 manufacturer, and the $2 store. Register never beeped. I also did the Pull-Ups deal (4 @ 8.99 -4x$2 manufacturer – $2/10 Huggies, which did beep, but they put it through)”

Food 4 Less

  • Deal to look for from TracyS: “If you do the I can’t believe it’s not butter deal today, you get .50 for eggs in checkout 51 and .20 in ibotta. No guarantees checkout 51 will have the eggs deal tomorrow. Paid .32 for buttery spread and eggs!” Eggs is personalized; I don’t have it — check your own app.

Jewel

  • It’s late, but if you’re still out at Jewel buying pub burgers Cari suggests: “If you are buying the Sam Adames, look for coupons on the product for $2 off beef or grilling essentials when you buy a 12 pack ( or 2 six backs). Pair that up with the cheap pubs!!”
  • From hollis: “The St Charles Jewel had Hormel pork back ribs Buy 1 Get 2 free. Now the vast majority of packages were priced $7.99/lb but some were priced@ $3.99/lb so I bought those packages which worked out to just a little over $1/lb. The pub burgers were packaged in quantities of 3 or 4 and the limit of 10 was posted on the signs by the burgers”
  • Several of you have suggested getting a rain check if your Jewel is out of pub burgers tonight.
  • On the HFCS I spotted in hamburger buns today, barb suggests: “Between acrilomide, hfc, and various other preservatives softeners and the fact that the carbs aren’t good for us either had me digging out our 2 bread machines again. 1 for gf 1 for regular and getting unbleached flours at the farmers market. Cheaper, healthier and who doesn’t love thr smell of bread rising and baking. We make and freeze once every 2 weeks buns bread. As far as couponing…deals for bread machines are really the only true break I see that you could get.”
  • April asks about that one: “My bread in machine always comes out very hard and dense. I am not sure what am I doing wrong. I am following the recipes. Do you have any suggestions on how to improve the texture?”

Meijer

  • Kitty comments: “Re: meijer pet food deals. Be sure to check the mperks coupons. There are many that can be stacked for great deals. For example, $2 off $25 any cat food and treats; buy 40 get 10 free Friskies cans; 75c/6 cans any flavor Friskies cans; $2/3 Purina cat treats 5 oz+; and several for Purina dry foods and litter. Most of them should apply to the Purina spend $35 get $5 or spend $50 get $10 (either off or back ).”

Pete’s Fresh Market

  • Charlotte shares that: “There’s a Pete’s market opening up in Darien. It seems to be in the old Kmart location.”

Reader requests

  • A question from liz: “if you signed up for saffron emails..I got a coupon for 1.00 any product..there is also 1.00 back on saffron chickpeas from snap.. And .50 back from Ibottas ..anyone know where they are on sale? Or how much they run”

Target

  • Julie says: “the target pepsi sale price is 4/$10 when you buy 4. This works at the register as ringing up 4 at the regular price and then a store coupon for the difference in the regular price and sale price for every group of 4. You are correct that a 9th would be regular price.”
  • And shirley verifies: “12 pack Pepsi is 4/$11 in my area. When I bought it a few months ago, it rang up sale price after the 4th one but it is different this time.”
  • Kristin asks on Facebook: “Has anyone been able to find the Playtex Liners deal at Target? Not even a spot for them at my store. I am in the NW burbs. Thanks!”
  • An addition from feelgood to the midweek deals: “For the Weight Watchers Smart Ones deal, the SavingStar Spend $40 get $10 back offer has returned, and it doesn’t expire until July 29th. It’s also “one-or-many”, so doing one deal of 12 would put you about half-way toward your $10 back!”
  • BethP asks on the Horizon deal: “Are these crackers in the regular cracker aisle? I looked on target.com and it shows these in stock at my store but they weren’t in the regular cracker/cookie aisle…”
  • And Karen asks: “I’ve checked two Target stores and can’t find the Horizon crackers. It’s frustrating. Anyone having luck finding these?”
  • Nancy replies: “I found them in the aisle with the goldfish and other crackers, however the shelf was empty!”
  • ElizabethF comments on the Horizon deal: “I did the deal three times, one cheddar and two peanut butter. Here is how they worked: 2 Cheddar Crackers at $3.49 each. 50% Off from Cartwheel came off first (now $1.74 each). The coupon “beeped” but my cashier pushed it right through at $4.29 off. This amount worked as a payment for the total bill. = overage of $0.81 (applied to other things). Did this twice: 2 PB Crackers at $3.49 each. The coupon went right through subtracting $3.49 from the total. But this is where it got interesting. The 50% off from Cartwheel only came off the one I paid for. The receipt shows one box at $1.74 (citing a Cartwheel discount) and the second box at $3.49 and the coupon listed directly below the box for -$3.49. This coupon was applied to the item NOT the total bill. =$1.74 for two boxes.”
  • One more deal from Jessica on Facebook: “Target in crestwood clear conditioner $2.48. Buy 2 clear and 2 dove – use 4 – $2 = $7.74 with tax and get $5 got card = $2.74 for 4.”

Whole Foods

  • One from feelgood: “For anyone with American Express cards, go online and check your offers at the bottom of the page. Mine has: Spend $75 or more at Whole Foods Market, get $10 back.”

Whole Foods deals week of 5/20/15 – 5/26/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 5/20/15 – 5/26/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 5/20/15

FREE Lightlife Smart Dogs at Whole Foods — coupon back, sale back on

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Back again, lol — it keeps appearing and disappearing, so print ASAP if you want it. Lightlife Smart Dogs are on sale for $3.00 again in the new Whole Foods ad starting today 5/20!

Reader deals 5/19/15

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Reader deals 5/19/15: 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: [email protected]
  • 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.

Amazon

  • Jamie comments on the Grasshopper cookies deal: “i ordered mine in my last shipment and there was no melting issue. They taste like a thin mint.”

Codes

  • Brandy offers in comments here: “The Fresh Express Salad Swap is ending June 30. Someone already mentioned this, but wanted to give my remaining codes away. I’ve taken advantage of the $50 in free coupons three times by creating a new account each time with different email address (prints for a year at $2/2 bags which basically gives me 2 bags free every time because of high value of coupon). I’m planning to go get two more bags tomorrow at the Wednesday Jewel sale, making it 4 free codes to give away. If you can manage collecting 11 codes yourself (+ mine), you can get those $50 in coupons, too! Let me know!”

Gift cards

  • A deal from Don on Facebook: “Cardcash.com has 8.5% off Target gift cards right now on price drop”

Meijer

  • On the deals through tomorrow, feelgood comments: “Check your Meijer mPerks for a buy one get one free coupon on I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. Goes great with the Buy 2 ICBINB for $4 get dozen eggs free. Also used one $1.00/1 coupon from the 5/17 insert (Meijer won’t allow a coupon on the free product). Got two ICBINB and a dozen eggs for $1.00!” ymmv here — the mPerks is a manufacturer coupon, so they may not allow you to use the $1.00 insert coupon. Their policy does not allow for a BOGO with a cents off coupon.
  • On the free Perk freshener, feelgood found: “Check your Ibotta, mine has a $0.50 rebate for a nice little MM :)”
  • And if you can’t find the Perk freshener, liz found: “These are located in the car care section not the air freshner section”

glade

  • Money making Glade continues at Meijer with a new Catalina, sent over by feelgood. Here again is the deal. The Catalina offer now extends all the way through 6/14!

Reader requests

  • Karen asks: “anyone finding good deals on annual flowers this year? memorial day should have some good sales but I can’t get the deals online for home depo, exc.”
  • Jane replies: “I bought a flat of petunias at Menards this morning and they were right off the truck. They didn’t have any prices on them yet, so I decided with their 11% rebates going on, I’d buy them if they were $1.99 a 6 pack or less. They rang up at $1.78 a 6 pack. I was thinking a flat was 48 plants but this one is actually 36. So $10.68-11%=$9.51 after the rebate. Not too bad and they are mixed color, grandiflora, really nice looking petunias!”
  • A question from ellen: “anyone know a store that carries unsweetened coconut? its not at jewel or Meijer.”
  • Mandy replies: “Try Fruitful Yield, Trader Joe, or Whole Foods. Also, if your near a Valli Produce, or Caputo’s you would probably find it also.”
  • And one from Michelle: “We have to cut cable and our family of 6 is going to go into shock! Is there anyway you can ask readers how they watch HGTV and other channels without cable? We do have Netflix and may get Hulu, but it doesn’t appear that HGTV shows are an option with Hulu.”

Target

  • On the Horizon snack crackers deal, sportnfood asks: “Anyone found these at Target? I’ve been to a few Super Targets & regular Targets in the north northwest burbs and no luck!”
  • And from SmartShopper on the Horizon snack crackers deal: “I just did this deal at the Schaumuburg/Woodfiled Target. Two varieties to choose from: Cheddar or Peanut Butter. I did this deal twice. While purchasing the Cheddar variety, the B1G1 Free coupon scanned at $4.29, not the shelf price of $3.49, which gave me a .81 cent profit! The peanut butter variety scanned at the shelf price of $3.49, so free but not a small money maker.”
  • From MamaHan: “Keep your eyes open in stores for recent tear pad coupons good for $1.50 off water when you buy 2 participating Kraft powdered or liquid drink mixes. Individual unsweetened packets aren’t included, but the 18-20 oz. cannisters ARE. I took my Meijer ad to the Target customer service counter for a price match, used the $1/2 4/26 SS coupon and the tear pad coupon, brought my own reusable bag, and got 2 mixes and a gallon of water for just $.40.”
  • From SoapboxTray: “TARGET: I did this deal from TotallyTarget.com this morning and it worked perfectly. Buy 2 Litter Genie Pails $14.99 each Total = $29.98 Use the 35% off Litter Genie Pails Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $10.50) Use two $5/1 Litter Genie Cat Litter Disposal System coupon. Pay $9.48 Get back a $5 Target Gift Card Final Cost $4.48 – just $2.24 each!”
  • A heads up on the Pepsi deal from shirley: “Beware that the ninth one may ring up regular price. I bought 6 x 12 pack pepsi because that’s all Target had left for 12 pack and the last two rang up $3.49 each.”

Whole Foods

  • If you’re shopping the Whole Foods Community Day tonight, Martha shares: “In case anyone is going to pick which Whole Foods based on which organization is benefitting, the Naperville store’s 5% is going to DuPage Children’s Museum.”

Whole Foods Midwest Community Day tomorrow 5/19

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Tomorrow 5/19 is Whole Foods Community Day (Midwest locations only). Shop any Midwest Whole Foods and 5% of the day’s net sales will be donated to a local nonprofit or educational organization.

Going to Whole Foods? Check out these deals:

Possible net free Ancient Harvest gluten free pasta — Whole Foods

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Next time you’re at Whole Foods, check for Ancient Harvest gluten free pasta and mac & cheese tagged $3.00 through 5/26 (may vary by region). Use this printable coupon for $1.00/1 Ancient Harvest quinoa product (excludes polenta) and stack with the $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon here to drop that to $1.00, then get $1.00 back from Ibotta for a net cost of free.

(Thanks All Natural Savings)

FREE Lightlife Smart Dogs at Whole Foods — Out of prints

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This is at Whole Foods Wheaton — ads can vary by region, so verify at your local store. Lightlife Smart Dogs are on sale for $3.00 through 5/19. Print $2.00/1 here out of prints. Stack with the $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon (under Wheaton) to get them free.

Whole Foods deals week of 5/13/15 – 5/19/15

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Here are your Chicago Whole Foods deals for the week of 5/13/15 – 5/19/15. Whole Foods has a super tiny flyer but tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours. View your own local sales flyer here. This writeup is from the Wheaton IL ad; prices can vary regionally.

  • See more tips here on How to Save at Whole Foods. Whole Foods gives a 10% case discount (tell your cashier if you have a case), and $.10 credit for each reusable bag you bring in.
  • Whole Foods coupon policy good at all stores.
  • Print Whole Foods store coupons here or find them in the Whole Deal flyer at the front of the store. They’ve changed their coupons structure and they now vary by store; not all the flyer coupons may be available online.

Whole Foods deals week of 5/13/15

  • Whole Foods Market 12 grain bread, $3.99.
  • Whole Foods Market banana bread, $2.99.
  • Frozen Artisan Bistro seafood entrees, $3.99.
  • Lightlife Smart Dogs, $3.00. Print $2.00/1 here. (out of prints) Stack with the $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon (under Wheaton) to get them free.
  • Dr. Praeger’s California veggie burger, $3.00. Print $1.00/1 Dr. Praeger’s on Facebook.
  • Function alternative energy, 2/$3.00.
  • Better Life what-ever cleaner, $3.99.
  • Udi’s gluten free chocolate chip granola bars, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 Udi’s here (comes by email after you sign up).
  • Grown in Mexico organic cantaloupes, $3.00 each.
  • Wild caught king crab clusters, $14.99/lb.
  • Andrew & Everett sliced cheeses, $3.99 each.
  • Aubrey swimmer’s shampoo, $5.49.
  • Quantum Buzz Away Extreme, $6.99. $1.00/1 Whole Foods coupon (under Wheaton).
  • I Am Energized shot, $2.99.
  • Spectrum Essentials Chia seeds, $7.99. Print $2.00/1 here.

Reader deals 5/11/15

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Reader deals 5/11/15: 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: [email protected]
  • 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.

Amazon

  • On the baby wipes deal, Kari O. comments that: “I tried these last month when there was a 50% off code. What’s weird is when you chose S&S and used the code, you no longer got the S&S discount, just the 50% off code. But it still counted towards getting my 5 but I thought it was weird.”

Anti Virus

  • Joanne comments that: “Regarding the AVG anti virus – I had it on my computer and it caused a bunch of problems with my Windows 8 – so I suggest you do some research before you install it. I ended up having to remove it and install a different anti virus.”
  • Nancy says that: “I have AVG anti-virus (the free version) and it works great.”

Apps

  • From Kitty: “I found a $1 coupon on coupons.com for Nut Exactly, a snack from Fisher.   There is also a $1.50 (unlimited) Snap offer. They are regularly priced at $3.49 at Jewel, so net 99c, or wait for a sale or probably cheaper elsewhere.” I can’t find it on my Coupons.com (may be ZIP specific) but there is also a $1.00/1 printable here.

Coupons

  • Something to hope for in your mailbox — Jenny received these: “I got 2 interesting in the mail this week. First was a $10 off a $10 purchase at Kohls! It came in postcard format.  The 2nd was for Carsons. Now get this…. 3 business size cards stuck to a mailer. 1st- $50 off $50 mens, womens and kids clothing purchase. 2nd- $35 off $35 shoes or accessories purchase. 3rd $15 off fragrance or cosmetic purchase. No clearance items could be purchased with the coupon. I found this to be an awesome deal! Very little restriction! I bought a skirt, a mens polo, a new purse, nice flip flops, and a clinique mascara and probably spent $10 total out of pocket! Great deal! So keep your eyes peeled for the carsons mailer!”

CVS

  • Look for this one, spotted by Judy: “The Mild Headache Excedrin was unmarked clearance for $2.99 at my CVS. With the $2 MC, $1 Savingstar and ECB, it was a nice moneymaker.”

Freebies

  • This one was sent over by swimpg — Free audio books all summer. “Every week 2 books available for download. Books must be downloaded in the week available.” Browse through each week on the site to see what will be available all summer.

Magazines

  • If you’re contemplating the today-only Weight Watchers magazine deal, seachicago approves: “I always put a good word in when WW magazine comes up at a good price! It has some good recipes, decent coupons for “diet” foods, and some nice motivational stories. At this price, don’t hesitate! And you don’t have to follow the WW program to find the magazine useful.”

Meijer

  • Another use for the new Brita coupon, from feelgood: “Get $10 off instantly when you buy $35 of Brita products at Meijer 5/14 – 5/20. There’s also several additional Brita mPerks coupons to clip. Also check your mPerks rewards. I have $5/$25 in Do it Yourself, which includes water filtration.”
  • A heads up from Joanne: “This is another Meijer issue. I returned something and did not check my receipt at the store because I it never occurred to me that my refund would not be the same price which I paid. I looked at the receipt at home and I was given appox, a third less than I paid. how can they do that? why should I have to go to back again to get all my money back? the moral of the story is: always check your receipts immediately.”

Target

  • On the vitamins deal, silvia is wondering: “Can anyone tell me if vitm B, D or D-12 are some of the select vitms on sale please? Thanks”
  • LovinSavin replies that: “100 ct Vitamin D was $4.89 in Shorewood, IL. Cartwheel -$1.48 & -$2 Q total was $6.36 after tax”
  • If you noticed tags in your store, shirley is wondering: “Are the Nature Made Kids vitamins included in the GC promo? Thanks.”

Whole Foods

  • On the Tasty Bite coupon stack, Abbala asks: “So what’s the approximate final cost of the Madras Lentils?  BTW, Trader Joe’s carries the same Madras Lentils under their own name for $1.99.  Just wondering if WF beats that after coupons.”
  • LauraC replies: “The Madras Lentils at the Whole Foods downtown Chicago are $3.69, so definitely a wait until a sale item.” Definitely print and hold for a sale — they have gone as low as $2.00 on past sales at WF.
  • And LauraC found another nice coupon stack: “Here’s another Whole Foods option. Enjoy Life has a $1.50/2 items on MamboSprouts and in the newest Whole Foods booklet they have an Enjoy Life $1.50/2 and there’s multiple Ibotta rebates on Enjoy Life items. Don’t know what the best scenario is for these coupons, but several options. There’s also a $1.00 off any back to Nature Foods item on MamboSprouts and Whole Foods had a coupon in the last and current Whole Deal coupons for Back to Nature items. MamboSprouts had a single limit print on both coupons.”
  • And another find from LauraC: “I noticed today that the So Delicious milk (unrefrigerated) at Whole Foods is on sale through tomorrow for 2/$4.00.  With the So Delicious coupons on Coupons.com and the Whole Foods coupon.  You could get them for $1.00 each (unless you can get 3 printables and then even cheaper).  I don’t buy any type of milk, but I think that’s a good price.” There’s also $1.00 back on Ibotta through today 5/11 only.