Whole Foods deals week of 10/29/14 – 11/4/14

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Here are some Whole Foods deals for the week of 10/29/14 – 11/4/14. Wheaton IL location; prices can vary regionally. Whole Foods tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours.

Whole Foods deals week of 10/29/14

  • Organic Swiss chard, $1.47 each.
  • Organic green kale, $1.47 each.
  • 16 oz Earthbound Farm organic kale mix, $3.98.
  • Organic yellow onions, $.97/lb.
  • Organic cage free brown eggs, $3.19 a dozen.
  • 32 oz Pacific Organic broth, $2.50.
  • Nutiva organic red palm oil 15 oz, $5.99. Print $2.00/1 here.
  • 8 oz Rising Moon Organic ravioli, $3.99. Print $1.00/1 here.
  • Fage Greek yogurt cups, $1.00.
  • Immaculate Baking pie crust, $2.50. Print $1.00/1 on Facebook.
  • Daiya nondairy cheese slices, $3.69. Print $1.00/1 on Facebook (must share).
  • Select Don Simon wines, $4.00 each.
  • 12 oz Spectrum chia seed, $8.99. Print $2.00/1 here.

Reader deals 10/26/14

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.

Gift cards

Jewel

  • Ruby Red says: “About Laura’s Lean Beef – it’s on sale at Jewel this week, a one pound package for $6.50. It’s not organic, but it says no antibiotics, no growth hormones, and the cattle are vegetarian fed. We only eat beef once a week so it’s worth it to me.”
  • From peaches: “They have bags of Food Should Taste Good on sale for $2.50 at Jewel right now, and there is a $.75 printable coupon for it, for those people that don’t need 12 bags of it.. I bought a bag of Harvest Pumpkin chips a few weeks ago, and I thought it was good.”

Whole Foods

  • From Valentina S.: “Tasty Bite organic Basmati and brown rice are on sale at Whole Foods 2 for $3, and Asian noodles (I saw mushroom LoMei, Lemongrass ginger, and I forgot what the third variety was) are on sale 2 for $4. There is $2/3 WF coupon and $1/1 MQs on Hopster (boostable to $2, but I got one print of it) and on smartsource.com , zip code 77477. I got 3 8.8 oz. bags FREE – 1 Lemongrass ginger noodles and 2 organic rice bags – 1 brown and 1 Basmati after one $2/3 WF coupon and 3 $1/1 printable MQs (Any Tasty Bite product). I still have one boosted $2 and one $1/1 from the second computer. The $2/3 WF coupon is one per individual.” There is also a $2.00/3 on Mambo Sprouts.

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.

Amazon

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.”

Whole Foods deals week of 10/22/14 – 10/28/14

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Here are some Whole Foods deals for the week of 10/22/14 – 10/28/14. Wheaton IL location; prices can vary regionally. Whole Foods tends to have a lot of unadvertised deals in store; please comment here if you spot one at yours.

Whole Foods deals week of 10/22/14

Whole Foods deals week of 10/15/14 – 10/21/14

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Here are some Whole Foods deals for the week of 10/15/14 – 10/21/14. (Wheaton IL location; prices can vary regionally).

Whole Foods deals week of 10/15/14

Whole Foods deals week of 10/8/14 – 10/14/14

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Here are some Whole Foods deals for the week of 10/8/14/ – 10/14/14 (Wheaton IL location; prices can vary regionally).

Whole Foods deals week of 10/8/14

Whole Foods non-GMO weekend sale

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Here’s a weekend Whole Foods deal for you:

Whole Foods Market is celebrating non-GMO Awareness Month by offering shoppers an average savings of 20 percent on more than a thousand Non-GMO Project verified items throughout October. This weekend alone, Fri., Oct. 10 to Sun., Oct. 12, the retailer will offer discounts of up to 30 percent and bundle deals on more than 120 Non-GMO verified items from 10 brands including:

  • Almond Breeze almond milks
  • Brown Cow Greek yogurts
  • Alter-Eco chocolates and quinoa
  • Garden of Eatin’ tortilla chips
  • Guayaki ready-to-drink organic yerba mates
  • Nature’s Path cereals and granolas
  • Pacific Natural Foods soups
  • RW Knudsen ciders
  • Spectrum Naturals olive oils
  • Traditional Medicinals teas

Whole Foods deals week of 10/1/14 – 10/7/14

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Here are some Whole Foods deals for the week of 10/1/14 – 10/7/14 (Wheaton IL location; prices can vary regionally). See more tips here for How to Save at Whole Foods.

Produce deals

  • Organic California grapes, $2.48/lb.
  • Organic yellow onions, $.87/lb.
  • Organic pumpkin pie squash, $.98/lb.
  • Organic bananas, $.77/lb.
  • Sweet potatoes, $.88/lb.
  • Organic broccoli, $1.97/lb.
  • Organic green kale bunch, $1.47.

Other deals

  • Organic whole chickens, $2.99/lb.
  • Oct. 3-5 only: Select Amazing Grass Green Superfoods only $17.99 (reg. $29.99).
  • Plum Organics baby food pouches, $1.25. Print BOGO coupon here.
  • ThinkThin bars, $1.25. Use $.50/1 in the 8/10 RP.
  • Garden of Eatin’ tortilla chips, $2.50.
  • Alexia organic oven fries, $2.69. Use $.75/1 Whole Foods coupon from this month’s Whole Deal or printable here.
  • 16 oz 365 Everyday Value organic quinoa, $5.19.
  • 365 Everyday Value 16 oz penne rigate, $1.19.
  • Brown Cow Greek yogurt cups, $1.00. Print $.50/3 here.
  • 8 oz Daiya dairy free cheese shreds, $3.69. Print $1.00/1 on Facebook (must share).
  • Three Wishes cabernet, chardonnay, merlot, $3.00.
  • Alaffia Good Soap, $2.00 each.
  • Glutino gluten free pretzels, $4.99. Print $.55/1 here.

Reader deals 9/30/14

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.

Meijer

  • Kerri says: “Saw on theshoppersapprentice about the ad that started for us in Indiana on Sunday. Buy a Meier shampoo or conditioner and get a free goody hair brush. Kids 2 in 1 is 1.79. It was tagged on the shelf that it qualifies for the free hairbrush (up to 6.99!) I tried it and it worked no problem!” This will start Thursday in Chicagoland.
  • A heads up from SmartShoppper: “I got both yogurt coupons too! Note that the free yogurt coupons are good thru 10/2. Only a few days to redeem them.”

Online deals

  • Meg warns: “I bought these [Finish Line fleece] last year and the quality was horrible.  They looked nice out of the box, but started losing their shape and pilling after the first wash.  I also got the sweat pants and they are ridiculously short; they looked like capri pants.  These are not worth even the 2/$40 price.”
  • Charlotte shares: “I saw over on Hip2Save that Carter’s is having a 50% off outerwear sale. I managed to get 2 sets of winter clothes (coats + snowbibs) for $66 total. (Plus some taxes and ended up around $72) I used the code JUST4YOU to get an additional 25% off the order. Now for snowboots, and we won’t be caught in the snow like we were last winter… 5 months of snow, if it happens again this year, we’ll be prepared! :D”

Reader requests

  • One from shirley: “Do diapers count towards the $25 purchase requirement at Kmart? I saw it from somewhere that no points can be used to pay for purchase if you want to earn points? Is it true? Thanks for the help.”
  • Ande H asks: “I can’t get the RedPlum coupons to print in Chrome, Explorer or Firefox. Can anyone give me instructions on how to get these coupons to print? I did download the software that pops up, but it still just sat there, and did not print.”
  • From Charlotte: “Got any tips on how to navigate the new mPerks site? For some reason, I’m struggling, especially on my phone. Maybe I’m just getting old?”
  • Shandelle replies: “Are you using a smart phone? They have an iphone app which is pretty easy to use I think. I had an old old version of it and then noticed in the app store a couple months ago they put out a completely different one. At least for iphone.”
  • Sabrina adds: “If you are using the app, click the search tool and enter the code in the search box.”

Whole Foods

  • Eun reports: “the Imagine soups weren’t 2/$5 at the south Evanston WF when I shopped 9/24. I just bought 2 of the $2.99 varieties.”
  • Something to look for from peaches: “I just got a coupon in the mail from Whole Foods good for $10 off any $50 purchase. The coupon is good through the month of October, but is only good for the downtown Evanston store.”