Friday, July 31, 2009
Note on this: If you're going to use the printable coupons listed in our Giant matchups for this week, print them now, because the July coupons will be gone soon in most venues, replaced by the August coupons, tomorrow in all likelihood.
FYI: For some reason, the Chef Boyardee/SmartSource batch linked will only print once; when I did the "standard operating procedure" for Internet printables and hit the back/"Retry" sending info combo that Internet coupon printers use to get their second batch for pretty much any Internet coupon source, a SmartSource banner displayed saying, "Fraudulent Coupon Printing detected" (or something similar). Yikes! That was unexpected. Just an FYI for those planning to go for some free Boyardee.
I netted $16.46 for:
10 boxes of cereal
2 four-packs of Yo-Plus
5 lbs. of peaches
2 bags of grapes
2 cans Muir Glen organic tomato soup
1 can Chef Boyardee ravioli
(Click the below picture summary for images/details on today's trip.)
In-Packaging Bonuses: Muir Glen soups are as low as $2.19. If you have some of the $1/any Muir Glen coupons (printable on the Betty Crocker and/or Pillsbury sites linked in our weekly deals post), these are usable with your dollar doublers, making the soups as low as $0.19/each - and bonus! The cans have a $1/soup coupon right on the front, for future use. If you have access to a big stack of doublers (and if you do, can I be your new best friend?) you might be able to roll these pretty easily across several trips to get multiple cans of the soup at $0.19/each. The Kashi Go Lean Crunch Honey Almond Flax flavor had two manufacturer coupons in-box: $1/off Kashi TLC Snack Crackers and $1/off Kashi TLC Chewy Cookies (not sure about regular Go Lean Crunch 15 oz. boxes as my store had none in stock this a.m.). My Kashi boxes also had sample bags of TLC crackers inside - great for that "on the go" snack stockpile.
Refunds via customer service: For some weird reason the checkout wouldn't accept my $1 Chef Boyardee coupon, so the lady checking me out sent me to customer service for a refund. While I was there, I double-checked on some mangoes whose display had read 3/$2, but instead rung up at 3/$4.50! My Giant is about 50/50 about refunding the total amount of the item in question where the customer spots a mistake (the official policy), but this time the refund was given to me, so I netted back ~$5.50 total in cash - not bad for less than 3 minutes of my time and simple questions. I couldn't have asked for a friendlier customer service rep, either! She was so helpful in outlining the General Mills savings for me, too.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
You combine a dollar doubler coupon with any $1 manufacturer coupon to get an additional dollar off. There are a lot of potential freebies this week!
Alert: Many of the listed deals here use coupons which expire on 07/31, so scan the list now to see if you need to make any trips on Friday 07/31 for soon-to-expire savings!
Time to bust a move with the 5 top reasons to visit Giant:
1. If you get All You magazine, there was a $1/2 General Mills cereal coupon the August edition. There is also a $1/2 printable coupon available here. These can apply to two deals:
--> Honey Nut Cheerios, MultiGrain Cheerios, Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Golden Grahams, or Kix (select sizes) are 4 for $6. If you dollar double two of the GM cereal coupons (maybe trade with a fellow All-You'er for another?), you can get 4 boxes of these cereals for $2!
--> General Mills Cereal, All Varieties/Sizes, save $6 on 4 off regular retail. (Must buy 4.) Again, you can dollar double the $1/2 GM coupon to your advantage here.
Other GM coupons:
$1/3, 06/28 SS
$1/2, 07/19 SS
www.coupons.com - many General Mills cereals coupons are available here. A Kix couopon for $0.75/1 is available. It says "Do Not Double or Triple", but the coupon number starts with a 5, so your savings mileage will vary. Either way it will get you the Kix for somewhere between FREE and $0.75/box since Kix is part of the front-page 4/$6 General Mills offer. See yesterday's "trip to Giant" summary for even more details on how a General Mills transaction plays out. The Kix coupon (along with other new GM coupons) is also available on Betty Crocker's website and the Pillsbury website, though if you print from one, the other will recognize you as having hit the print limit, so the max for any computer is 4 (2 from coupons.com and 2 from one of the other sites).
2. Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners are 2/$4. If you still have the $1/1 from the May issue of All You magazine, you can dollar double it to get a pack for FREE. If you use the $1/2 coupon from the 06/21 SS, you can dollar double it to make them $1/pack. There is also a $1/1 beef franks coupon here that may work for this.
3. Yo-Plus is 2/$4. Use the printable $1/1 coupons available here and also here, and dollar double them, to get FREE YOGHURT! There is also a $1/1 in the 06/07 SS insert.
4. Oral-B toothbrushes are 2/$4. Use the $1/1 from the 07/05 P&G (expires 07/31!!) to get it for FREE after dollar doubling.
5. Ragu Pasta Sauce is 2/$4. Use the printable $1/2 available here, dollar doubled, to make the sauce $1/jar.
Other Giant coupon matchups and deals that we spotted for the week fo 07/31-08/06:
Batter Blaster aerosol-powered organic pancake and waffle batter (dairy section), regularly $5.69. Yes, that's the first time I've ever used "aerosol" and "organic" in the same sentence. :) Use the printable PDF $1/1 coupon here or the 05/31 RP $1/1 coupon, dollar doubled, to get it for $3.69.
Porterhouse of T-bone steaks, $4.99/lb. (Half price!)
White seedless grapes, $0.99/lb.
Sweet white corn, 12 ears for $1.99.
Eastern Peaches, $1/lb.
Perdue Boneless Chicken Breast, BOGO.
Edy's Ice Cream, 2/$5.
Pepsi 12-packs and 6-packs (bottles), 4/$10, must buy 4.
Chobani Greek Yoghurt is 10/$10. Register here for a $0.50/6 printable coupon, which will double automatically. You'll get 6 for $5.
Kemps Parfaits and IttiBitz ice cream, 10/$10. Use the BOGO coupon (good for either) from the 06/07 SS (expires 07/31) to make these $0.50 each.
Chef Boyardee Pasta is 10/$10. Use the printable $1/1 available here to get it FREE - or dollar double it (overage uncertain).
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese is 10/$10. Use the Buy 3, get 1 FREE coupon available here as a printable. You'll get 4 for $3, $0.75/box.
Kashi Go-Lean Cereals are 2/$5. Use the $1.50/1 printable coupon to bring it to $1/box - cheap for Kashi!
Kozy Shack Pudding 6-packs are $2.79. There have been quite a few $0.55/1 coupons in various magazines this summer, so check your magazine rack. The coupon will double to $1.10 off, meaning a 6-pack for $1.69.
Reddi-Wip is 2/$5. Use the $1/1 (All You May issue, we think) dollar doubled to get it for $0.50/can, or the $0.50/1 coupons in the 06/21 SS and the 08/02 RP to get it for $1.50/each.
Newman's Own Salsa is 2/$5. Use the $1/2 available here, dollar doubled, to get it for $1.50/jar.
Hellmann's Mayonaise is 2/$5. Use the $0.60/1 coupon available in the 05/17 and 06/28 RPs to get it for $1.20 each.
Lay's Potato Chips are 2/$6. Use the $1/2 coupon from the July issue of All You, and dollar double it, to get them for $2/bag.
Emerald Nuts are 3/$10. Use the $1.50/2 (05/17 SS) or the $1/2 coupons (07/26 SS). If you dollar double the $1/2, they're as low as $2.33/each.
Pampers Jumbo packs are $8.99 Use the $1 coupon from the 07/05 P&G (expires 07/31!), and dollar double it, to get them for $6.99.
Osteo Bi-Flex supplements are BOGO. Use the $5/1 available here and the $3/1 (06/28 RP) to drive down the price. Use two coupons since you're getting two products!
Dove Shampoo or Conditioner are $2.99. Use the $1/1 from this coming Sunday's paper, dollar doubled, to get a bottle for just $0.99.
Fantastik cleaner is $2.50 each. Use the $0.75/1 coupon (08/02 SS, doubles automatically) to get it for $1/bottle.
I Can't Believe It's Not Butter is 2/$5. Use the $0.75/1 printable available here to get it for $1/bottle after dollar doubling.
Suave Professionals Shampoo or Conditioner are 2/$4. Use the $0.50/2 (doubles automatically) from the 05/17 RP to get them for $1.50/each (or just go to WalMart...).
Klondike Bars are 2/$6. Use the printable $1/2 here, dollar doubled, to make them $2/pack.
Did you spot any other deals or matchups? Post a comment to let us all know! :)
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Huge New Delta/Northwest Sale courtesy of Rick Seaney - Most Delta domestic routes are under this sale. Price drops of over $100 on many flights. It is expected that United and other airlines may drop prices to match, so check against other airline and travel sites to before buying.
From Money Saving Mom (thanks!):
- Free Copy of The Full Plate Diet - but only for the first 20,000, so check it out now!
- Free Sampler Package from P&G - going quickly!
- Free Crest Advanced Whitestrips at Target
The Cheesecake Factory is one of my favorite restaurants. I've never had a more delicious balsamic vinaigrette.
Right now I have a gift card that is burning a hole in my pocket... and it just so turns out that National Cheesecake Day is this Thursday, July 30! So mark your calendar - if you dine-in you can enjoy any of the cheesecake slices for half price. That's significant, considering the price in our area running around $7 per slice!
I'm sure the crowds will be big, but if you get the chance to go at an off-meal time let us know how it goes!
Click here for more details, or here to find a Cheesecake Factory near you.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Even if you don't have school-age children, consider the supplies as part of a arts'n'crafts gift for nieces, nephews, etc., or part of a local back-to-school backpack charity project like Operation Backpack.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Just a short time later, Mel - who'd been couponing since the spring - emailed me the links to some choice resources (http://www.iheartcvs.com/ and Gina's blog to name a couple). It started to dawn on me while skimming the entries how having access to such organized information could be a boon to our budget. Before long, I was making regular trips to CVS - and soon Shopper's Food Warehouse and other grocery stores started advertising coupon doubling and tripling specials. My husband and I eventually abandoned our dependence on Sam's Club for almost all of our groceries in favor of capitalizing on the loss-leaders at Giant and other local grocery stores, with occasional trips to Sam's.
Neither Mel nor I are regular $X/week budget-busters (at least not yet...). We witness in awe the finesse of those whose well-honed couponing skills have consistently brought weekly grocery budgets to dazzling minimums (especially, as in the case of blogger Crystal Paine, those who manage to eat healthfully while doing so!). Do we occasionally net big discount runs? Oh yes, and they are incredible highs when we manage to pull them off. But we are both still learning new strategies every day for saving money in our everyday purchases. Who knows how our skills will have been refined in the coming year?
If you're new to the couponing world, or just looking to increase your couponing power, be encouraged! As in our case, you don't need to spring off your starting block with record-breaking runs. Think of it this way: what if you could save just 8.3% of your grocery and household goods budget? Many coupons' face values come to 20% or more of an item's retail price. Buying meats on sale and produce in season can save you 50% or more off retail - so by making small changes in your approach, you can easily exceed 8.3% savings in a simple shopping trip. Baby steps to savings.
You're saying, "OK, but why 8.3%?" 8.3% is 1/12th - so if you save 8.3% over a year, you've just saved yourself an entire month's worth of grocery and basic household expenses. How could that break down for a family? Let's do a sample family, featuring husband and wife, and two kids, one in diapers. I'll try to keep estimates conservative.
Milk - 8 gallons - $24
Yoghurt cups - $50 (Yoplait and Dannon coupons appear regularly)
Cheese - $10 (four bags/blocks)
Eggs - $5 (two dozen)
Produce - $60 (Could you save $60 in a year on your produce purchases? So doable.)
Meat - $80 (Way doable, especially if you do a couple one or two meatless meals each week.)
Prepackaged cereal, lunch or snack foods - $50 (you could do this in cereal and granola bar coupons alone)
Frozen veggies - $15
Frozen pizza - $5
Desserts - $20
Food basics subtotal: $319
Basic Family Toiletries (where CVS really pays off!):
Her shaving cartridges (8): $18
Her shaving cream: $3 (1 bottle)
Her face cream: $10 (one bottle)
Her cosmetics: $12 (combined)
Her feminine hygiene products: $6
His shaving cartridges (12): $24
His shaving cream: $5 (1-2 bottles)
His aftershave: $4 (half bottle in a month)
Shampoo: $12 (4 bottles)
Conditioner: $12 (4 bottles)
Soap: $10 (4 bars)
Hand Soap: $7 (three bottles)
Toiletries Subtotal: $218
Toilet paper: $6 (9 rolls)
Paper towels: $10 (8 rolls)
Laundry detergent: $2 (half bottle)
Fabric softener: $2 (half bottle)
Anti-static dryer sheets: $1 (quarter box)
All-purpose cleaner: $2 (half bottle)
Sponges: $4 (for 4)
Dishwasher detergent: $3 (half bottle)
Household goods subtotal: $30
TOTAL saved: $567
Of course, your actual consumption patterns will vary depending on your family's unique circumstances, but the point is this: could you come up with a couple of $1 coupons to save on all-purpose cleaner in a year's time? Sure! If so, you've just saved yourself the cost of a month's worth of all-purpose cleaner. Can you try to save $10.90 each week, either by a few coupons or loss-leader strategizing? Just $10.90 saved each week adds up to a month of general food and household expenses - essentially for free! And think what you could do with that $567...
A few ideas:
- A family weekend getaway with some special extras.
- Put it toward your mortgage (or if you're saving for a house, your down payment savings!).
- Fill some new backpacks for back-to-school charities, or fill some boxes for a children's Christmas charity event like the D.C.-area Little Lights Christmas party.
- If you attend church, up your regular giving. Suddenly, where there seemed to be no wiggle room, you've found a twelfth of your regular budget to spare.
- Fly some friends or relatives into town - maybe some grandparents to keep the kids busy for a bit?
- Take yourself and someone else out for a cup of fancy coffee every week.
- Buy yourself some time and sanity - by hiring a house cleaner for a once-over, or regular service!
- Host a party. A big one. Feel zero shame in serving couponed Pillsbury Savorings and loss-leader fruit salad.
Even though the sale prices no longer apply, some of this info may very well come in handy in future Giant deals, so we're going to loosely summarize Trisha's details here. (To her credit, she wrote us days ago, but we just noticed the email nestled amongst blog administrivia emails, so the delay is our bad!) The current week's deals can be seen at our post here.
For those lucky enough (MD-area this time) to have access to tripler coupons:
- The tripler coupons were not in the ad that Trisha received in her flyer in the mail - but they were in the ad pictured online that was associated with her store. When Trisha got to Giant, the in-store ad had the triplers in it! Yeah!
- Rules are as follows: you can use all 5 triplers at once, any coupon up to $0.99.
- Trisha's cashier had no idea how to apply them, and tried to tell her that she could only use one coupon/transaction. Trisha said, "It says right on the coupon you can use them all at once, so I told her that. She had no idea how to work them, so I encouraged her to scan the tripler and then scan my coupon. It worked perfectly."
- The triplers also say that they will not give overage, but will give the item for free. In any case, Trisha bought the Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner (2/$4) and used the $0.75 with a tripler and it gave her overage.
- Unlike the doubler coupons, you do not have to have a minimum purchase for these coupons.
- Some other tripler coupon ideas (sale prices now vary):
Pepperidge Farm Buns & Breads (2/$5 - a common sale price), $0.55 coupon (05/17 SS for buns, 06/14 SS for bread), makes the bread or buns $1.35/ea.
Athenos Feta Cheese - $2.69, $0.50 coupon (05/31 SS), makes the feta $1.19 ea. Sweet deal! These are for the smaller fetas found in the dairy aisle.
Special K Chocolate Pretzel Bars - 2/$5, $0.75 printable coupon [we couldn't find the source of this one...maybe a printable no longer available?], makes the box $0.25.
Trisha had some other valuable info on a couple of Catalina deals:
- There is another Catalina deal that is running on Kraft Mac'n'Cheese in in some locations. The offer terms: Buy Kraft Macaroni & Cheese during purchase dates and SAVE up to $2.00 With Coupon off your Next Order. Purchase Dates - Buy Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Between 7/3 - 7/26. Buy (4) & Get $1.00 off...OR Buy (5) & get 1.50 off...OR Buy (6) or More & Get $2.00...Coupon Off Your Next Shopping Order.
All items must be purchased in one shopping order. Limited to Product in Stock. No Cash Back. Offer Expiers 7/26/09.
For example, Giant had Kraft Mac N Cheese on sale for $1.00/box. There are also the Buy 3, Get 1 Free coupons out right now (06/28 SS, or printable here). So, with the Catalina, coupon, and sale, it makes it $0.50/box. Sweet deal, Trisha! She noted that her Catalina did not print for this, but the kind lady at customer service gave her $2.00 instead.
- The Edy's/Eskimo Pie deal didn't print Trisha's Catalina for $4 off your next purchase either (It didn't print out for her last time they ran this deal, too). Again, the nice lady in Customer Service simply gave her $4.00, but Trisha mentions this so that those expecting Catalinas - remember to double check to make sure that they print - otherwise, consult customer service!
Thursday, July 23, 2009
- Meat Buys:
$1.79/lb. Top Round London Broil - BIG discount here, saving $3.20/lb. I have a feeling that a certain crock pot will be meeting the acquaintance of one of these here London Broil recipes.
$1.99/lb. for 80% lean ground beef or Super G Italian Dinner Links (save at least $0.50/lb.)
$0.99/lb. Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs or Super G Whole Chicken Twin Packs. Gina recently posted a comment with a wicked-looking Coq Au Vin crockpot recipe (thanks!), and this looks like a good sale to try it out.
- Northwest Cherries, $1.49/lb. (half price, basically). These were pretty tasty at my Giant the last time they were on sale a couple of weeks ago - sweet and not too tart. They lasted a good couple of weeks in the fridge, too.
- Marie Callender's Dinners or Pot Pies are 5/$10. There was a $1/1 Marie Callender's Pasta Al Dente coupon in the 05/17 SS that would make these $1 each. If you go to http://www.smartsource.com/ and select Marie Callender's from the upper-right pull down menu, you will get a $0.75/1 coupon, which doubled automatically, would make the frozen meals just $0.50 each! There may have also been a coupon in the June All You magazine.
- Palermo's Pizza is 2/$9. Use this $1/1 printable coupon to get it for $3.50 each.
- Ocean Spray Cranberry or Grapefruit varieties, 3/$5. Use the $0.55/1 grapefruit coupon (05/31 RP), which should make these just $0.55/jug!
Here are other Giant coupon matchups and deals for the week of 07/24-07/30.
Healthy Choice Entrees are 5/$10. Use this printable $1/2 or this printable $1/2 (they might be the same; not sure) to make them $1.50/each. It also looks as though there may have been some Healthy Choice coupons in recent issues of All You magazine.Turkey Hill Ice Cream (all flavors) is 2/$5. If your 05/03 RP insert had a $1/1 coupon, this would make each tub $1.50 - not too shabby.
Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunch Meats are 3/$10 ($3.33 each). Use the $0.65/2 coupon from the 06/07 RP to make them $2.68 each.
Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage is 2/$5. Use the $1/2 coupon from the 06/07 RP or the 06/21 SS inserts to make them $2/each.
Yoplait Yoghurt is 10/$6. Use the $0.40/6 coupons from the 05/31, 06/07, and 06/12 inserts (doubles automatically) to get 6 for $2.80 ($0.46 each).
Activia 4-packs are $2 each. The 05/10 SS had a $1/1 coupon that would make these $1 per 4 pack ($0.25/cup).
Hot Pockets Varieties are 5/$10. Use the coupon in the 04/26 SS (values vary) to get them as low as $0.50/each. Use the $0.50/1 from the 05/17 SS to get them for $1 each.
Palermo's Pizza is 2/$9. Use this $1/1 printable coupon to get it for $3.50 each.
Freschetta Pizza is $5.99. Use the $1.50/2 coupon from the 06/21 SS to make it $5.24.
Birds Eye Veggies are 4/$5. The August copy of All You magazine had a $1/3 coupon, which would get you three for $2.75.
Lactaid Milk is $5.49. You might be able to get a Buy 2, Get 1 Free printable coupon by registering on the Lactaid site.
Cabot Bar Cheese is 2/$5. There was a $1/3 coupon in the 06/21 SS that would make the cheese $2.17/each.
Rice Dream non-dairy beverage is $3.99. Register here to get a printable $0.75/1 coupon that will probably make it $2.49.
Rold Gold Pretzels are 2/$5. Use the $1/2 from the 06/14 SS.
Fruit2O 6-packs are 2/$4. Use the $0.55/1 printable coupon available here (likely to double) to get a 6-pack for $0.90.
Emerald Nuts are $3.33. Use the $1.50/2 (05/17 SS) coupon on the glazed variety to get them for $2.68 each.
Planters Premium Nuts are $4.99. Use the $1/2 coupon from the 06/28 SS to make them $4.49 each.
Wrigley's or Extra Gum 3-packs are BOGO. If your Giant combines BOGO promos with BOGO coupons (mine - *sob* - doesn't) there was a BOGO Wrigley's coupon in the 06/28 SS. There was also a $1/1 in the 07/12 SS (use two since you're getting two!).
Fruit2O Essentials 18 oz. bottles are 10/$10. Go here to get a printable $1/2 coupon for the Essentials, making them $0.50/each.
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad is 2/$3. Use the $0.50/2 coupon from the 06/28 SS to make them 2/$2.
Uncle Ben's Ready Rice is 2/$4. Use the $1/3 coupon from the 06/28 RP to get $0.33/each ($1.66 each final price).
McCormick Grill Mates are 2/$4. Use the $0.50/1 coupon from the 04/12 insert or the 05/03 RP to get them for $1/each.
Kellogg's PopTarts are 2/$4. Use the $0.55/1 8-ct. (06/07 RP) or the $1/2 (06/07 RP). Lowest possible price: $0.90/box.
Twizzlers are 2/$4. Use the $1/3 (06/28 SS) to get them for $1.66 each.
Deal: Buy 2 Aquafina 24-packs of water, get 2 Aquafina FlavorSplash 6-packs FREE. Must be purchased in same transaction.
Other notable deals: Frugally Blonde's Liz noted earlier this week that some Giant emails are offering "loadable" discounts and deals for your Giant BonusCard. Sign up online to make sure that your email account and BonusCard number are connected. All right!
Also, milk continues to be Buy 4, Get 1 Free. Gina of Moneywise Moms mentioned that the free milk counts toward your next round of 4 milks. While regular milk still hovers just above $2/gallon at Wegman's and Sam's Club, buying half-gallons of organic milk (~$3.69/each) would make it cheaper than buying entire gallons of organic milk ($5.79/each), by around $0.20/gallon, assuming the free milk feeds into the next round of milks. Your actual aggregate discount depends on however much milk you buy before the promo ends August 20th.
Did you spot any other supercalifrugalistic deals or coupon matchups at Giant? Post a comment to let everybody else know! :)
- No artificial flavors
- No artificial trans fats
- No artificial dyes
- No high-fructose corn syrup
Banana Walnut Bread
Outrageous Oatmeal Cookies
Enjoy some of these with a home-brewed cup of coffee, making your java and treat together well under a buck. (Compare with $4-$6 in the restaurant!)
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Lands' End is running a "best of summer sale" that ends tomorrow. They're offering free shipping sitewide through Thursday 07/23.
If you type in the word "clearance" in the search box at the top right corner here, then sort by price lowest to highest, you'll find some great deals. There are toddler long johns, kid pajama shirts and pajama pants all for $5.99 or less per piece. Other fun kid items are hats, swimsuits, jumpers, skirts, shirts, bedding, bath towels... the list goes on, all for $9.99 or less. We like the quality of Lands' End clothing.
Enter the Promotion Code JULY21 and the PIN 00001320 in the space provided.
Or if you have a Lands’ End "Personal Shopping Account”...
1) Make your selections
2) On the Order Review page, click "Promotion Code” in the section labeled “Apply another payment method”
3) Enter your "Promotion Code" and PIN (shown above).
Some Shopper's Food Warehouse Ideas This Week (includes Kellogg's Fuel for School Rebate Matchups), 07/23-07/29
Here we go:
$10 Catalina deal - Save $10 off your next purchase when you buy $20 of qualifying Dr. Pepper or Kellogg's snack products. http://www.driveoffwithsavings.com/
The ideal outcome is you buying $20 worth of items, plus associated coupons. How low can we go?
$2.99 Keebler Town House Crackers - none found
$3 Cheez-Its - none found
$2.99 Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies - $1/2 printable available at http://www.coupons.com/
$2.99 Keebler Chips Deluxe Cookies - none found
$2.59 Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats 8 Packs
$4.50 Dr. Pepper 12-packs - Looks like there may have been a $1/1 Cherry Dr. Pepper Coupon in the April All You magazine (?)
So, the best that you can do with printable/insert coupons is to print 3 copies of the $1/2 Keebler coupon (2 computers needed). Buy 7 Keebler cookies, spend $17.93, get $10 Catalina. Net $7.93 for 8 packages of cookies, or ~$1.13 each. If you buy 10 in one transaction (5 coupons/3 computers required), you can pay $14.90 after Catalina, and if they are above 10 oz., send in for the Kellogg's Fuel for School Rebate to get $10 back. 10 for $4.90 net means $0.49/package of cookies!
Alternative deal: Buy 10 packages of Rice Krispies Treats ($25.90 total). Get back $10 Catalina. Send in for Fuel for School rebate - get another $10 back. Net $5.90 for 10, or $0.59/box. Nice!
Instant Savings: Save $3.00 instantly when you spend $10 of your favorite brands below:
$3.19 International Delights Coffee Creamer - $1/2, 06/21 SS and 05/31 RP (exp. 07/31)
$2.99 Mott's Natural Apples Juice - None found
$2.50 Smart Balance Spread - Printables available here, includes $1/2 Buttery Spread
$3.99 Ocean Spray 4-packs - None found
$3.39 Welch's Apple Juice - None found
$0.79 Powerade Sports Drinks
$2.79 Ocean Spray Juice - $0.55/1 Pomegranate blends (04/19 RP) or Grapefruit Blends (05/31 RP)
$2.89 Palmolive Liquid Detergent - None found
$3.50 Hartz Crunch'n Clean Dog Biscuits - None found
$2.95 Glad Press'n Seal Wrap - None found
$2.99 Glad Containers - None found
$2.75 Glad Zipper Sandwich Bags - None found
$1.25 Scotties Facial Tissue - 04/19 RP, 06/07 RP, $0.50/(3 singles or multipack)
$2.49 Angel Soft Bath Tissue 4-pack - Printable coupon here; not yet sure if applies to 4-packs.
$3 Breyers YoCrunch Yoghurt 4-pack - 05/17 SS, $0.75/1
$3 Sargento Shredded Cheese - None found
$3 Kozy Shack Rice Pudding - $0.55/1 from recent issues of All You magazine, or the $1/1 from 04/26 SS
$1.39 Daisy Sour Cream - $0.60/1, 05/31 RP
$2.79 Super Pretzel Soft Pretzels - None found
$3.50 Whole Fruit Bars - 06/28 SS, $0.50/1
$6.49 Birds Eye Steamfresh Meals for Two - None found
$3 Tony's Pizza - $0.50/1 , 06/07 SS
$3.39 Kellogg's Eggo Waffles - None found
$3.29 Hungry Man Dinners - None found
First, let's look at the Fuel for School possibility here.
Eggo Waffles x 10 = $33.90
$3 saved = $30.90
$10 rebate = $20.90
Down to $2.09/bo.
You can mix and match to your heart's content. The general principles are:
- Buy the best-discounted-after coupons items, and
- Stay as close to $10 total as possible without going under.
Daisy - Buy 8 at $11.12. Use 8 $0.60 coupons (double automatically) to get $9.60 off, and $3 off. If you're buying something else, you could possibly get up to $1.48 overage!
Daisy/Powerade - Buy 7 Daisy Sour Creams and one Powerade, totalling $10.52. Use 7 $0.60 coupons to get $8.40 off, plus another $3 instant savings. Up to $0.88 overage potential.
Kozy Shack/Daisy - Buy 3 Kozy Shack puddings and a Daisy Sour Cream, totalling $10.39. Use 3 $1 Kozy Shack coupons plus 1 Daisy coupon. After coupons and instant savings, $3.19 paid. If you have all three $0.55 Kozy Shack coupons, they will double automatically to $1.10, making this deal $2.89 paid.
Tony's/Daisy - Buy 3 Tony's and a Daisy Sour Cream, totalling $10.39. Use 3 $0.50 Tony's coupons (double automatically) plus 1 Daisy coupon. After coupons and instant savings, $3.19 paid.
Whole Fruit Bars - Buy 3, $10.50 total. Use 3 $0.50 coupons (double automatically) and the $3 savings to get the transaction down to $4.50 for 3 packages of popsicles.
Breyers Yo-Crunch - Buy 3 Breyers and a Daisy Sour Cream, totalling $10.39. Use 3 of the $0.75/1 coupons (double automatically) and the Daisy coupon, to get it down to $4.69. Instant savings brings it down to $1.69 for 12 yoghurts and some sour cream. Wheee!
Ocean Spray/Smart Balance - Buy 2 @$2.79, and 2 Smart Balance Buttery Spreads @$2.50. Use two doubled $0.55/1 Ocean Spray coupons and one printable Smart Balance coupon. After $3 instant savings, you'd pay $3.28 for two jugs of juice and two tubs of spread.
What deals did you work for these Shopper's Food Warehouse Deals? Did you find any other coupons that apply? Share, do share! :o)
Yesterday Monsieur Minimalist (AKA Mark Bittman) published a list of 101 Simple Salads for the Season, which arrived just in time for high tomato / cucumber season. This is a great followup to the 2007 lists - 101 Simple Meals Ready in 10 Minutes or Less and 101 Simple Appetizers in 20 Minutes or Less, and the 2008 list 101 20-Minute Dishes for Inspired Picnics.
Most recipes in the 101 Salads list have just a few ingredients, and are vegan or vegan-adaptable.
Some that caught my eye:
"3. A nice cucumber salad: Slice cucumbers thin (if they’re fat and old, peel and seed them first), toss with red onions and salt, then let sit for 20 to 60 minutes. Rinse, dry, dress with cider vinegar mixed with Dijon mustard; no oil necessary.
6. Sichuan slaw: Toss bean sprouts, shredded carrots and celery, minced fresh chili, soy sauce, sesame oil and a bit of sugar. Top with chopped peanuts and chopped basil, mint and/or cilantro. (The full trio is best.)
9. Chop or slice jicama (or radishes or kohlrabi) and mango and mix with coconut milk, lime juice, curry powder and cilantro or mint."
Check out the whole list of 101 Seasonal Salads for a burst of summer inspiration!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Secret Password Day is Wednesday July 22ndTomorrow you're getting rewarded for being our favorite customer! (Yes--you. Please don't tell the others.)
When you purchase an award winning burrito at California Tortilla on Wednesday, July 22nd, we're going to give you a free burrtio coupon.
So get yourself in to your local California Tortilla for a free burrito tomorrow. Can't wait!
CT also just started a "Burrito Elito" club so you can earn points from purchases for freebies down the road. Check it out here.
To find a California Tortilla near you, click here.
Anybody care to share slow cooker recipes while I'm in the zone? :)
Friday, July 17, 2009
We posted some potential matchups for triplers under her comment; if you've found other tripler deals feel free to add them to this comments page so that others can profit from your shared wisdom and experience. :)
I mean...$0.35 jugs of Ocean Spray Pomegranate juices? $0.25 six-packs of yoghurt? Definitely worth perusing if your ad has those tripler coupons.
Thanks for sharing, Trisha!! :)
Thursday, July 16, 2009
There are many other deals going on at Macy's right now, too, including a bonus beauty tote filled with samples on any $50+ order - which also ships free (promo code PRETTY). Check out existing Macy's coupon codes here. Remember to go to Macy's site through ebates to get the 3% cash back!
Here are some fun ways to browse:
Shop clearance handbags by price
Shop women's clearance clothes by price
Shop women's clearance shoes by price
Shop men's clearance clothes
Shop men's clearance shoes
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Here are the top 5 reasons we spotted to get your cabooses to Giant this week:
- Super G Boneless Chicken Breast is $1.79/lb. - about as cheap as it gets, so stock up if you need it!
- Strawberries are $2.99/2 lbs. (~$1.50/lb.). If memory serves me, this is the cheapest strawberry price at Giant yet this year. Check out this yummy-looking strawberry vanilla jam recipe from last week's Post! Three ingredients; looks pretty simple.
- Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Drinks (Red, White, or Cranberry Juice Cocktail, all varieties, 64 oz.) are 2/$4. If the $0.55/1 flavor-specific coupons from the 04/19 (Pomegranate) and the 05/31 (Grapefruit) RP inserts apply, you could be getting these for as low as $0.90/bottle!
- Breyers Disney Lowfat Yoghurt 6-packs are 2/$5. Use the $0.75/1 (05/17 SS) to make them just $1 each - ~$0.17/cup!
- Stonyfield Farm Fat Free Organic Yoghurts are $0.75 each. Use the $0.50/3 printable here to make get three to the tune of $0.42/each.
Semi-Boneless Rib Steak is $5.99/lb. (Save at least $4/lb.)
Fresh Pork Spareribs are $1.99/lb. (Save $2/lb.)
General Mills Cereals (Kix, Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs, Golden Grahams, or Trix) are $2.22. There was a $1/2 coupon in the 07/12 SS that would make them $1.72/box. The 06/14 SS had a $1/2 Cheerios coupon (expires 07/25), which would also make the Cheerios $1.72/each. This might be a $1/1 printable Cheerios coupon (caveat printor: haven't had a chance to try printing it yet), which would make the cheerios $1.22/box - but it's an 8.9 oz. box - pretty small.
Mangos, 10/$10, or $1 each.
Ball Park Beef or Meat Franks, BOGO (in other words, two for $4.49). Use the $1/2 coupon (06/28 RP, expires 07/25) to get two packs for $3.49.
Sweet White Corn, 8/$1.88.
Lean Cuisine Entrees or Stouffers Entrees are 4/$10. There was a $1/4 coupon from the 05/03 SS. Use the Buy 2, get 1 free from the July issue of All You magazine to get three for $5 ($1.66 each). I'm not sure if the terms of the All You coupon excludes the use of the $1/4 coupon in combination.
DiGiorno Flatbread Meltsare 2/$6. If you use the coupon for $1/1 flatbread (05/17 or 05/26 SS), you get them for $2. There is also a printable $1/1 available here.
Edwards Single Pie Slices are 2/$5. Use the $0.75/1 coupon (05/10 SS - doubles automatically) to get them for $1 each.
California Pizza Kitchen or DiGiorno Pizzas are 2/$10. Use the $1/1 CPK coupon (05/17 SS) or the $1.50/1 DiGiorno Crispy Flatbread Pizza (05/17 SS) to get them as low as $3.50/each.
Red Baron Deep Dish Pizza or Thin Crust Singles are 2/$6. Use the $0.75/1 from the 05/10 SS (doubles automatically) to get them for $1.50/each.
Daisy Sour Cream, 2/$5. Use the $0.60/1 (05/31 RP, doubles automatically) to get it for $1.30 each.
Tropicana Pure Premium 89 oz. is $4.49. Use the $1/2 coupon from the 05/03 RP to make it $4 each.
Over the Moon Milk half-gallons are 2/$6. Use the $1/1 printable here or the $1/1 from the 05/17 SS to get it for $2 each. Read our Over the Moon review here!
Nature's Promise Soy Milk, 4/$5 ($1.25 each).
Boca Burgers are 2/$6. Use the $1/2 from the 06/07 SS to make them $2.50.
There is another $0.10 off gas deal when you buy certain 4 ice cream products. If we have time later, we may post matchups, if there are any, so check back with tihs post.
At last, but certainly not the least, when you buy 4 gallons of milk (or half gallons of organic and specialty milks), you get the fifth free (a coupon will print out at the bottom of your receipt at checkout).
Did you spot any other sweet deals or matchups? Post a comment to let us know! :)
Monday, July 13, 2009
"Have you read about the Kellogg's Fuel for School [link inserted by us] rebate? Kellogg's has posted the rebate form online this year. If you purchase ten Kellogg's items in one transaction -- other items are also included -- you can get $10 back. So after coupons and rebate, ten boxes of Kellogg's cereal free.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Friday, July 10, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Here are 5 Reasons to Visit Giant this week:
- Meat Reasons! Combo these cheap prices with the $5/$15 coupon for maximum savings. Petite sirloin steak is half price at $2.99/lb. Make some chipotle lime butter to accompany.
Super G Chicken Drumstick and Thighs OR a Whole Chicken are $0.79/lb. (save $0.70/lb.). I've only ever seen these lower at $0.69/lb., so consider this a stock-up price.
See our chicken roasting ideas here!
Center cut pork loin chops are $1.99/lb. (save $2.00/lb.).
- Blueberries galore at $1.25/pint!
- Coke 2-liters, $1 each when you buy 4 and one of those must be a Sprite or Sprite Zero. Limit 1 offer per transaction.
- Kellogg's Cereal (Special K Cinnamon Pecan, Special K Blueberry, Corn Flakes Honey, Froot Loops, or Frosted Flakes), 2/$4. Coupons that apply:
$1/1 Kellogg's All Bran, Special K, or Raisin Bran Cereal, 06/17 (Final price = $1/box)
$1/1 Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Cocoa Krispies, Corn Pops, or Apple Jacks (Final price = $1/box)
- Dannon Yoghurt is 20/$10 ($0.50/each). Use the $0.60/6 or other coupons from the 05/03 or 06/21 SS inserts - the $0.60/6 will double automatically since it's under $1, giving you $1.20 off 6, final price $0.30/cup.
Other deals and Giant coupon matchups that we spotted for the week of 07/10-07/16:There is a deal for an extra $0.10 off gas this week when you buy any 4 participating items, listed in-ad. The tiny print goes on to say that the only Giant locations where gas is sold (ergo - where this deal is redeemable?) in Pasadena and Lusby, MD, and Celebrate Virginia Parkway in Fredericksburg, VA. (Thanks to Nicole who commented last time, alerting us to the new Fredericksburg location!)
Cheapest way to work this deal: Buy 4 Fuses or SmartWaters ($4 total). If you pump at least 40 gallons of gas this week at these locations - not hard to do if you have 2 or more cars in your family - you'll have "paid" for the drinks, assuming that you don't have much cheaper gas available nearby.
Buy 4, save $4 on Chex Mix Bars, Fiber One Bars, or Nature Valley Granola Bars. Register to become part of the Pillsbury Community here, and get printable coupons for $0.60/2 Chex Mix , $0.50/1 Nature Valley selected flavors, or $0.40/1 Nature Valley any flavor. With the $0.50/1 coupon, you could save up to $2/box on this deal...not too bad! Other coupons: $0.75/2 Nature Valley (05/31 SS) or $1/1 Yoplait Yoghurt when you buy any Nature Valley Granola Bars, 06/14 SS.
Feel free to post comments with other deals and matchups that you've spotted! :)
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
(and good luck Kristy with getting your little ones healthy again...oy...been there for sure)
FREE Orange Cream Swirl milkshake at participating Arby's locations when you buy any sandwich. (Please call your nearest location to find out if they are participating in this summer's Wednesday freebies.)
Check out the intrepid Mommy's Wish List for a complete listing of what's FREE at Arby's this summer on Wednesdays. Thanks, Lea Ann!
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Besides the couponing deals, I frequently buy the ~$3.50 quarts of Stonyfield Farm organic yogurt (especially when Dannon or Yoplait aren't on sale with coupon) and divvy it up over the week, sometimes mixing portions with jam, honey, molasses, and/or vanilla extract.
I also have been known to buy the odd half gallons of Stonyfield organic milk when I make a trip to Sam's Club (~$3.12/each) as I figure the $0.55 extra spent on organic milk is better than me making another trip to another grocery store (nearby Giant for $5.79/gallon organic milk, or more-distant Wegman's for the $5.39/gallon organic milk) - because I would almost definitely be tempted to get more than $0.55 of something else that I wasn't planning on buying. :)
That said, I was delighted to read (thanks, Freebies4Mom!) that Stonyfield Farm dairy products offering an online rewards program. Sweet! It may take some time depending on my Stonyfield buying patterns, but I'll slowly but surely earn some rewards, and they mail the rewards to you free, just like with Pampers rewards.
Monday, July 6, 2009
Snapfish is offering 50 4x6 prints for 50 cents right now through July 10. Good for new or existing customers. New customers get an additional free 50 prints when registering for a new account. Use coupon code PENNY at checkout for the 4th of July savings.
Click here for the promotion.
Sunday, July 5, 2009
A new $5/$15 meat purchase coupon is out, and it's good from July 6 - 16! It could make for some cheap chicken or pork this week, or something else next week. My local Giant usually puts meats on sale on Monday mornings as they may be at their "sell by" date. So you can bet I'll be there bright & early tomorrow morning. Yahoo!
Thanks to NovaThrifty for the heads-up!
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Here are 5 little inspirations for getting yourself to Giant this week:
- 4-day sale. These deals continue from this past week:
Half-price $4.99 Porterhouse of T-Bone Steak, the 60% off $1.99/lb. pork chops, or the $0.99/lb. chicken drumsticks or thighs. The $5/$15 coupon will have expired by today, 07/02, though, so consider getting to Giant before Thursday's out to get the additional discount on the meats.
Sweet White Corn, 12 for $1.99. Roast it in-husk for a quick, tasty version!
$3.88 watermelons, the cheapest watermelon price at Giant so far this year.
$2.20 for 12-packs of Coke products. You must by 5 ($11 total) to get this price.
Deer Park 24-packs are $3.88 (though Sam's Club has 30 packs of Nestle water for less than this, so it's not a "deal" deal).
Get these deals before the last day, July 6.
- Tribe Hummus is 5/$10 ($2/each). Use the printable coupons (use brand menu to scroll for Tribe and Tribe Organic) for $0.55/any or $0.75/organic (these should each double automatically). Lowest possible price: $0.50/each.
- Hot Pockets (all varieties, it seems) are 5/$10. Use the $1/1 Panini coupon (values vary regionally) from the 04/26 SS, and dollar double it, to get them for FREE! (Anything less than $1 will double automatically.) 05/17 SS had a $0.50/1 Lean Pockets coupon that will make them $1/each.
- Kashi GoLean Cereal (original or Crunch!) is 2/$5. Use the printable $1.50/1 coupon here to make it just $1/box – very cheap for this.
- Kettle Chips are 2/$5. Sign up here (use your junk email address) to get a $1/1 coupon, which dollar doubled, would make them $0.50/bag!
Here are other Giant coupon matchups (including dollar doubler matchups) and deals that we spotted for the coming week of 07/03-07/09.
The ongoing discount certificates offer. Get up to 20% off a future shopping order! Between June 26 and July 30, every $1 you spend at Giant with your BonusCard will translate to 1 Extra Rewards point earned. Go to giantfood.com/extrarewards to activate your rewards. You can elect to "cash in" your points at any time at this link - cashing in 250 of your points will result in a 5% savings certificate printed out during your next cheeckout, good for a future transaction. 450 points = 10%, 600 points = 15%, and 800 points = 20% savings certificate.
- Pork Spareribs, $1.99/lb. (save at least $2/lb.)
- Split Chicken Breast, $0.99/lb. (save at least $2/lb.)
- Northwest Cherries, $1.57/lb. (save at least $2.42/lb.) I have a feeling I'm going to be eating a lot of these in the coming week. J
- Breyers Ice Cream, 2/$5, but there might be a $1/2 coupon in the 05/17 RP (though this coupon could be regional). If you have it, and dollar double it, it will make the ice cream $1.50/each.
- Buy any two Lay's or Tostitos Bags (excludes Baked, Light, Organic, Kettle, and Fmaily Size) and get a 24 oz. jar of Tostitos FREE. If you have the $1/2 Lay's potato chips coupon from the July edition of All You magazine, you can dollar double it with this deal. The chips typically run around $4/bag, so you'd get two bags of potato chips and some salsa for about $6. There was also a coupon for $1 off Frito Lay Snacks, any variety, 9 oz. or larger, AND a Frito Lay Dip, any variety 9.5 oz. or larger jar, in the 06/28 SS – though I'm not sure if the salsa you'd buy for the Giant offer counts as a dip. Anybody want to post feedback on that?
- Bounty, 15 pack, $11.99. Use the $0.50/1 from the 06/21 SS (doubles automatically) to get it for $10.99.
- Tide 2X detergent, $11.99, but $11.29 after $0.35/1 coupon from the 06/07 P&G.
- Pampers Jumbo Packs of Swaddlers or Cruisers are $8.99. Use the $1/1 coupon from the 06/07 P&G, and dollar double it, to get them for $6.99, a range of $0.19-$0.30 each, depending on the size you're buying. Not too shabby – and they count toward your BonusCard Extra Rewards before July 30! If you have a friend with a baby shower coming up, Swaddlers are a great gift – and at $6.99/each, a couple of packs is still under $15! I tend to buy the size 2 Swaddlers for showers so that if the baby is big or grows fast, the diapers will all be used (also to avoid too many newborn sizes since other folks give diapers too).
- Perdue Perfect Portions Boneless Chicken Breasts, $7.99. Use the $0.75/1 coupon from the 05/17 RP (doubles automatically) to get it for $6.49, but remember that this is still $4.32/lb. (!).
- Buitoni Filled Pasta, all varieties, $6.99 for 20 oz. packages. The 06/21 SS had a coupon for $1/any Buitoni pastas or sauces, and there is probably a printable $1/one available here. Dollar double them to get the big packages for $4.99 each.
- Newman's Own Thin'n'Crispy Pizza is 2/$10. Use the printable $1/1 coupon (05/31 RP), and dollar double it, to make the pizzas just $3/each. Printable $1/1 available here.
- Starbucks Ice Cream, 2/$6. Use the $1/1 printable from coupons.com or the $1/1 from the 06/21 SS – dollar double it – to get the ice cream for $1 each! Sweeeeet.
- Ben & Jerry's ice cream is 2/$6. There was a $1/2 coupon on smartsource.com for Ben & Jerry's which would make it $2 each.
- Lean Cuisine Entrees or Stouffers Entrees are 4/$10. Use the $1/4 coupon from the 05/03 SS; dollar doubled it will make the Lean Cuisines $2 each. OR use the Buy 2, get 1 free from the July issue of All You magazine to get three for $5 ($1.66 each). I'm not sure if the terms of the All You coupon excludes the use of the $1/4 coupon in combination.
- Tyson Any'tizers, boxed, 2/$6. Use the $0.55/1 from the 05/10 SS to make them $1.90/bag.
- Barber Foods Chicken Entrees are $3.99. Go to smartsource.com and get a printable $1/1 coupon (use the brand menu to scroll for Barber), and dollar double it, to get the entrees for $1.99.
- Reddi-Wip is 2/$5, and the $0.50/1 coupon from the 06/21 SS will double automatically, making it $1.50/each.
- Pirate's Booty snacks are 2/$5. Use the $1/2 coupon from the 06/07 SS (for tings or puffs), and dollar double it, to get them for $1.50/bag.
- Nature's Path Organic Frosted Toaster Pastries are 2/$4 (I think these are normally close to $4/each!).
- Dunkin' Donuts coffee is $6.99. Use the $1/1 coupon (06/28 RP), dollar doubled, to make it $4.99 each.
- Keebler E.L. Fudge or Fudge Shoppe or Dipping Delights Cookies are $2.99. Use the $1/2 printable Fudge Shoppe currently available from coupons.com to make the cookies $1.99 each.
- Blue Diamond Oven Roasted Almonds are 2/$7. Use the $0.75/1 coupon from the 06/14 SS (doubles automatically) to make the nuts $1.50 each.
- Planters Dry Roasted or Cocktail Peanuts are $1.99. If you printed the $1/1 from coupons.com that was available in June, you could possibly get these FREE! The $1/2 coupon from the 06/28 SS makes these $1 each.
- Jack Link's Beef Jerky is 2/$10. There was a BOGO coupon in the July issue of All You magazine, making them $2.50/each.
- Zatarain's Rice is 3/$5. If you use the $0.75/2 coupon from the 06/07 RP (doubles automatically), you can get them for $0.91/box.
- Wishbone dressings are 2/$5. Use the coupons from the 06/28 RP (values go as high as $1 regionally) to get them for as low as $0.50/each. There is also a $0.75/1 printable available here which should double automatically, making the dressings $1/each.
- Pillsbury Brownie Mixes are 10/$10. If the Reduced Sugar variety falls under this, you can use the $0.35/1 coupon (05/17 RP) to get them as low as $0.30/each.
- Filippo Berio Extra Virgin Olive Oil (17 oz.) is $5.99. Use the $1/1 coupon from coupons.com, dollar doubled, to make it $3.99.
- Hellmann's Mayo squeeze bottles are 2/$5. Use the $0.60/1 coupon (06/28 RP) to make it $1.30 each.
- Dole Fruit Bowls 4-Packs are 2/$4. The 04/26 SS had coupons for these – looks like the best one might be $2/2 (versus doubling the $1/3 coupon), which would bring the price as low as $1 each.
- Newman's Own Salsa is 2/$5. Use the $0.50/1 coupons (double automatically to $1 off) from the 05/31 RP, or print a $1/2 (same value as $0.50 coupons if you dollar double it).
- Kellogg's Pop-Tarts 8 packs are 2/$4. Use the $1/2 or $0.55/1 coupons from the 06/07 RP to make these as low as $0.90/box.
- Huggies Wipes are 2/$5. Use the $0.75/1 (04/19 SS) to make them $1/tub.
- Nature Made vitamins and supplements are BOGO. Use the $1/1 coupon from the 06/07 SS, and dollar double them, to get $4 off the price of one for two bottles.
- Oral-B Toothbrushes are 2/$4. The $1/2 coupon (06/07 P&G) might possibly work - dollar doubled would get them for $1 each.
- Hefty OneZip Bags are 2/$4. Use the $1/1 coupon (05/17 and/or 06/07 RP), dollar doubled, to get them FREE!
- Skittles or Starburst are 2/$5. Use the $1/1 coupon from the 06/28 SS, dollar doubled, to get them for $0.50/bag.
- Snyder's Pretzels are 2/$5. Use the $1/2 (flavored) or $1/3 (any), dollar doubled, to get them as low as $1.50/bag.
- 4C Iced Tea Mix is $3.99. There was a coupon in the 06/14 SS – if you buy an iced tea mix, it looks like you'll get a "light" mix free.
- Twizzlers are 3/$5. Use the $1/3 coupon from the 06/28 SS (dollar doubled) to get them for $1 each.
Did you spot any other deals at Giant this week or have any deal revelations in your shopping? If so, post a comment and let us all know. Do tell! :)