June 30, 2010

Sobe Water Heads or Tails game


Have you been playing Sobe's Heads or Tails game? It is being reported that the B1G1 coupons have been reset. I just played again and won a B1G1 coupon. I was able to print it many times. I stopped at about 10-12. Some people are reporting being able to print it over 20 times. Don't know if this will be fixed, but get your coupons now.

It is also being reported that these waters will go on sale next week at CVS.

Copps Double Daze - Saturdays

I just went to Copps today and it is official. They are now doubling coupons on Saturdays through Saturday, September 25, 2010. Hopefully it will continue on even past that!! We can always hope anyways. Take advantage while you can.

Erica's Copps Run


Had a great Copps run today. I did two transactions totaling $26.53, saving $49.80 (65%). Here's how it broke down...

Transaction #1

  • 2 Roundy's buns, BOGO = 2/$1.05
  • Krunchers & Grande chips, 2/$6 - (2) $1 MC's (doubled) = $1 each
  • 2 Jello Pudding, 0.66 each - BOGO MC = 0.33 each
  • Kingsford charcoal, 5.98 - $1 IP (doubled) = 3.98
  • 2 milk, 2.29 each
  • 2 Deans dips, 1.25 each - $1/2 MC (doubled) = 0.25 each
  • Kraft singles, 0.98 w/ in ad coupon
  • 2 OM hot dogs, 1.28 each w/ in ad coupon - $1/2 MC (doubled) = 0.28 each
  • Total = $13.48, saving $21.79

Transaction #2:

  • Popsicles, 0.87 w/ in ad coupon
  • Kingsford charcoal, 5.98 - $1 IP (doubled) = 3.98
  • OM Deli Creations, 2/$4 - (2) $1 IP's (doubled) = 2 FREE
  • Nexcare tape & bandages, $1.88 each - (2) $1 MC's = 0.88 each
  • 2 cucumbers, $1
  • Strawberries, 1.50
  • blueberries, 1.50
  • MM lemonade, $1
  • 2 activia, 2/$4 - (2) $1 IP's (doubled) = 2 FREE
  • Reddi Whip, $2 - $1 MC = $1
  • Total = $13.05, saving $28.01

Extra Deals at Walgreens

I stopped by Walgreens today to do some shopping and discovered and EXTRA DEAL SHEET on the rack by the door - it starts today and goes through July 3rd. I just thought I'd mention it but I don't know how to link coupons, etc to it.

I got a 2 pack of Oral B toothbrushes for FREE with RR

Other RR deals include:
Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Daily Oral Rincse
Brut or Sure deoderant
Celsius Green Tea
Efferdent Denture Cleanser Tablets
Prell Shampoo
Noxzema Triple Blade Disposable Razors
Men's Zone 6 blade Razor System
Natural Instincts for Men Hair Color
Pepsi 12 packs
Align digestive Care

Weekly coupons for:
Utility Lighter .99
Reynolds Wrap .89
Bleach .99
Nips .79
Aloe Vera 6 oz .99
Sinful Colors Nail Color .99
Dove/Degree 1.99
Vo5 shampoo/conditioner .69
Advil $4 off

ALSO: While I was there I picked up these Walgreen's Water Bottles for .49 - that have 4 other items inside - a weekly pill container, tissue pack, hand lotion and a 4 pack of crayons. For those of you who do boxes for Operation Christmas Child, I picked these up for each of our boxes, emptied out the pill container and lotion and we will fill it with candy. This hard plastic keeps the candy fresh and away from soap smells from other toiletries.

Hope that helps someone! Vivian

Home Depot Kids Workshop 7/3


The Home Depot Kids Workshop for July is the 3rd. So head over to make a periscope. No registration required, just show up between 9am and noon. All Home Depot stores participate in the workshop. Participants are also given a little Home Depot apron just like the employees wear and a pin to show they completed the project.

ALL YOU Magazine $20 for 2 years

All You is a monthly magazine that has lots of great coupons. The number of coupons vary, but the quantity is similar to a typical coupon insert in the Sunday paper. All You Magazine is, in my opinion, worth paying for. Don't, however, pay full price!

A few months ago Theresa posted about getting 24 issues for $20. This morning CommonSenseWithMoney mentioned another. Right now you can get two years for $20. Just like the deal mentioned previously this is a school fundraiser site (you can choose any school you want to benefit from your order--I didn't see any in GB--but I didn't look to hard either).

Just click here, select the school you would like to benefit, search for All You Magazine, and order.

June 29, 2010

Enter Now!



Don't forget to enter to win the Hamilton Beach Food Processor! Giveaway ends at 10pm THIS Thursday (July 1st)! Click here for more info and to enter.

Copps Double Daze, 6/30 AND 7/3

Did you hear the news? Copps Saturday Double Daze have been extended through September 25th. So, you still have the option to double your coupons on either Wednesday or Saturday. Fun! Here are some of the best deals this week…
  • Oscar Mayer Deli Creations Sandwiches $2.00 - $1.00 MC from 5/16 SS or IP HERE doubled = FREE
  • Oscar mayer Meat Franks $1.28 w/ in ad coupon (Limit 2) – $1.00/2 IP from HERE, 5/16 SS, 6/20 SS doubled = 0.28 each
  • Johnsonville Brats or Italian Sausage 3 lbs $6.88 (Limit 1) w/ in ad coupon - $1.50 coupon from 5/2 SS = $5.38
  • Dannon Activia Yogurt $2.00 - $1.00 MC from 6/6 SS or IP HERE doubled = FREE
    Reddi Wip $2.00 - $1.00 MC from June All You Mag OR 0.35 MC from 6/20 SS if doubled = FREE, $1.00 or $1.30 (Note: AllYou coupon code starts w/ 9 so this may not double)
  • Deans Dips $1.25 - $1.00/2 IP from HERE doubled = 0.25 each
  • Yoplait Original or Whips 0.50 - 0.50/6 IP from HERE OR 0.40/6 MC from 5/30 GM, 5/16 SS OR .50/8 MC from 5/16 SS, 5/30 GM, if doubled = as low as .30 each
  • Kraft Singles or Melt Downs 0.98 (Limit 1) w/ in ad coupon
  • Cool Whip $1.00 - 0.20/2 MC from 6/27 SS, if doubled = 0.80 each
  • Eggo Waffles, Pancakes or Breakfast Pizza $1.66 - $1.00/2 coupon from 6/20 SS, if doubled = 0.66 each
  • 12 ct Popsicle Ice Pops 0.87 (Limit 1) w/ in ad coupon
  • Kraft Dressing 14-16 oz. $1.66 (reg price $3.99) - $1.00/3 in store flier coupon PLUS 0.55 IP from HERE or $1.00 MC from 6/20 SS, if doubled =3 for FREE or 0.68
  • Wacky Mac Noodles $1.00 - 0.50 MC from 5/16 SS if doubled = FREE
  • Crystal Light Powdered Drink Mix 6-10 qt or 7-10 ct On the Go. $2.00 - $1.00 IP from HERE, HERE if doubled = FREE
  • Jell O Gelatin or Pudding .66 – BOGO MC from 6/6 SS = 0.33 each
  • Roundy’s Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns BOGO = 2/1.05
  • Coke 12 pk, 6 pk, or 8 pk selected kinds $1.98 each wyb 5 (Limit 5) Must have additional $25 purchase to get this price
  • Kelloggs Cereal, Bars, Fruit Snacks, Pop Tarts, Eggo Syrup, Cheeze-it crackers or Keebler Cookies/Crackers 8 for $20, Buy 8 and get a coupon for 2 gallons of milk (up to $3 per gallon) - $1.00 Wheatable IP HERE - $1.50 Wheatable IP HERE, HERE - $1.00/2 Town House MC 6/6 RP – $1.00/2 Pop Tart MC from 6/13 RP - $1/2 Cereal IP from HERE, HERE , HERE - $1.50/3 Cereal MC from 5/23 RP, HERE - $1 or $1.25/3 Cereal IP from HERE - $1 Cereal coupon from 6/27 RP, if doubled = Final price varies
  • Krunchers or Grande Tortilla Chips, $3 – $1 MC, if doubled = $1
  • Kingsford Charcoal 11-18 lb $5.98 (Limit 1) – $1.00 IP from HERE if doubled = $3.98
  • Nexcare Bandages or Tapes 6-8 yard or 1-30 ct.$1.88 - $1.00 or 0.55 IP from HERE OR $1.00 IP HERE or 6/6 SS, doubled = FREE to 0.78
  • Minute Maid Lemonade, Limeade or Punch, $1
  • Nabisco Ritz, Triscuit, Chicken in a Biskit or Wheat Thins Toasted Chips $2.00 (Limit 5) - $1.00/2 MC from 5/16 SS, if doubled = $1.00 each
  • Blueberries, $1.50/pint
  • Strawberries, $1.50/lb.
  • Sweet corn, 10/$2

Read more at Minnesota Coupon Adventure.

Free Movies at Bay Beach in July

The following movies will be offered at Bay Beach on Thursday nights in July. Admission is free! Movies will be shown behind the main pavilion and start at dusk. For more information click here.

July 8th: Madagascar 2
July 15th: Back to the Future
July 22nd: Monsters Vs. Aliens
July 29th: Harry Potter and Sorcerer's Stone

June 28, 2010

Coke Coupon is Back!

The $1 off Coke coupon is available again!! This time at the Betty Crocker website. Get it before it's gone!

June 27, 2010

Walgreens Deals 6/27- 7/3



Dentyne Gum 3/$1.98
-$.99/3 from Walgreens July coupon booklet
-$1 (6/13 SS)
=FREE

Reach Crystal Clean toothbrush or Reach floss $.99 (with weekly coupon)
-$1/1 (5/16 RP)
=FREE

Blistex Fruit Smoothies Lip Care $2.99
-$2.99 RR
=FREE

Flexitol Blistop $5
-$5 RR
=FREE

Airplus Ultra Moisturizing socks $3
-$3 RR
=FREE

Crystal Light $1.99
-$1/1 printable here (IE) or here (FF)
$.99

Huggies Baby Wipes Tubs $2 (with weekly coupon)
-$.50/1 (6/20 SS)
=$1.50

Twizzlers at $1.50
-$2 RRs (wyb 2)

-$1/3 MC (6/27)

=$.50 each


Glade Spray $.99
-BOGO (5/23 SS)
=$.49

Colgate Wave toothbrush $1.49 (with weekly coupon)
-$.75 (July ALL YOU)
=$.74

Gillette Fusion ProGlide $9.89
-$5 RR
-$4 (6/6 PG)
=$.89

Crest Pro-Health Rinse $4.99
-$2 RR
-$2/1 (6/6 PG)
=$.99

Finesse Hair products BOGO sale ($3.99)
-$1 (5/16 SS) use two coupons
=$.99

Royal Gelatin 5/$1 (with weekly coupon) GREAT filler!
=$.20 each

If you're new to shopping at Walgreens, you might want to read this new Walgreens shopping guide and you'll need to know:
RR= Register Rewards
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert
P&G= Proctor and Gamble, Sunday newspaper insert
ALL YOU= is a coupon filled magazine you can subscribe to or buy at Walmart

Festival Foods Deals 6/27 - 7/3

Don't forget to enter the GB Savers Hamilton Beach Food Processor GIVEAWAY!

Online only Festival coupon:
Kemps Ice Cream Bars $.88 with $5 purchase (from GBPG site)

Festival store coupons (from newspaper, limit 1 unless otherwise stated):
CapriSun $1.48 (limit 2)
Country Time Lemonade $.98 (limit 2)
Pepsi, Mountain Dew or Sierra Mist $.68 (limit 3)
Hunts Ketchup $.48 - $.20/1 (5/16 or 6/20 SS) ONLY $.28!!
Kraft Miracle Whip Salad Dressing $.98 -$.50/2 (6/20 SS)
Nabisco Ritz Snack Crackers $1.98 (limit 2) - $1/2 (5/16 SS)
Kraft American Cheese Singles $.98 (limit 2)
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese $.98 (limit 2)- $1/1 printable (not sure if it's still there?) FREE
Kraft Shredded Cheese $.98 (limit 2)
Morning Glory Sour Cream $.68
Kemps Premium Ice Cream $1.98
Oscar Mayer Wieners $.98 (limit 2) $1/2 printable here or 5/15 & 6/20 SS ONLY $.48 each!
Whole Seedless Watermelon $1.98

Special 4 Weeks of Savings...Week 4 (limit 1 unless otherwise stated):
Pepsi, Mountain Dew, or Sierra Mist (24 pk) $4.88
Kellogg's Cereal $1.68 (Limit 4) - $1/2 here or $1.50/3 here or 5/23 RP
Flavorite Butter $1.48
Flavorite Large Eggs $.68
Banquet Brown N' Serve Sausages $.78
Green Giant Baby Carrots $.68

Sale and Green Sheet items:
7-Up, Dr. Pepper, A&W or Crush 3/$8.88
Coca-Cola Products $1.99
(Update: Minute Maid products are $1.99 as well and print $ off on your next order coupons if you buy at least two)
Kemp's Fruit Drink $.99
Koops' Yellow Mustard $.98
Van Camp's Pork n Beans - $1/3 from Conagra home mailer (if you got it)
Arm & Hammer 2X Liquid Laundry Detergent 2/$4.98 - $1/2 here
Kraft Pourable Salad Dressing $1.99 $.55/1 (6/20 SS) or printable
Cheez-It Crackers $2.50 - $1/1 printable (Facebook promo, if you got it)
Chips Deluxe Cookies $2.50 - $1/1 here
Chex Mix or Bugles $1.75- $.50/1 here
Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows $.98
Deans French Onion Dip $.98
Kraft Cool Whip Topping $.98 $.20/2 (6/27 SS)
Hefty One Zip 2/$3.98 - $.55/2 (5/23 RP) or $1/2 here
Reynolds Foil $3.49 -$1/1 (6/20 SS) or printable here
Bar S Bacon $1.99
Farmland Pork Sausage $1.38 - $.50/1 from home mailer (sign up!)
Festival's Famous Oktoberfest Brats $1.98 per lb.
Gerber Family Pack Chicken Drumsticks & Thighs $.98 per lb.

Read the shopping guide and coupon policy for Festival Foods here.

CVS Deals 6/27 - 7/3



Don't forget to enter the GB Savers Hamilton Beach Food Processor GIVEAWAY!

Kodak Picture Movie DVD $9.99
-$9.99 ECBs
=FREE

Aveeno Products (spend $25 get $10 ECBs)
-$1.50/1 printables
- $10 mail-in-rebate
=as low as FREE (depends on products you choose)

John Frieda Shampoo or Conditioner $5 (spend $10 get $3 ECBs)
-$3 ECB

-$3/1 (6/6 SS) or $3/2 printable
=$.50 each

Pampers Diapers $8.99
-$1 ECB
-$2/1 (6/20 RP)
=$5.99

Stayfree BOGO Sale
-BOGO coupon (6/27 SS) or use two $2/1 (3/28 RP)
=FREE


Betty Crocker Brownie Mix $.88
-$.75/2 printable here or here
$.50 each

Betty Crocker Warm Delights $.88
-$.75/1 (6/27 SS) or $.50/1 printable here or here
=ss low as $.13

Starbucks Frappuccino Singles $1.50
-$1/1 printable
=$.50

Xtra 2X Laundry Detergent $1.50
-$1/1 (6/6 SS)
=$.50

Lady Speedstick deodorant $3 (buy two get $3 ECBs)
-$3 ECBs
-$.75/1 printable
=$.75 each

Glade Products $2.50 (Spend $10 Earn $5 ECBs)
(Oust, Fantastik, Shout, Windex, Pledge, Scrubbing Bubbles or Ziploc)
There are TONS of coupons out there (too many to list) and a $5 mail-in-rebate here that could get you products FREE or very cheap! You can submit the rebate up to 3 times too!

If you're new to shopping at CVS, you might want to read this newly updated CVS shopping guide and you'll need to know:
ECBs= Extra Care Bucks
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert
P&G=Proctor and Gamble, Sunday newspaper insert

June 25, 2010

Kellogg's Cereal Recall

Just in case you missed it... Kellogg's has issued a recall on several of their cereals (Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Fruit Loops, and Honey Smacks). Apparently they have identified a substance in the package liners that can produce an "uncharacteristic waxy-like off taste and smell". More info and box codes can be found here. If you have questions or you would like a replacement coupon(s), you may contact the Kellogg Consumer Response Center at 888-801-4163.

GB Press Gazette Summer Reading Program


Here is another Summer Reading Program that your kids can participate in this summer. It's the Super Summer Reader program from the Green Bay Press Gazette newspaper.

Please submit your Super Summer Reader entries/book reports using the form along with your name, address, phone number, the school and grade you will attend in September. All entries received by Wednesday of each week will be able to be viewed on the paper website on Sunday.

Throughout the summer, prizes also will be awarded. I have been told that while it says the prizes are chosen by random drawing that each child does get a prize of some kind after each submission. Prizes are mailed, so the address part of the form needs to be filled out.

Prizes provided by: Happy Joes, McDonald's, Marcus Theatres, the NEW Zoo, and many other businesses.

Source: GBPG Website and special thanks to GB Savers Reader Dolly!

Mega Swag Bucks Friday!

Search & Win

It's Friday... which means it's Mega Swag Bucks day. If you search on Fridays there is a greater chance to earn MEGA Swag Bucks!!

If you already have Swag Bucks here are a few tips for you... it is a better deal to get the $5 Amazon gift card with your SwagBucks than it is to get the $25 one. Strange, but true! When ordering an Amazon gift card make sure you don't accidentally order the Canadian one (I almost did this!) and don't forget you must verify your gift card order or it won't be sent.

Amazon gift cards are sent out the 1st and 17th of each month. I like to put mine in my Amazon account right away, the money can then sit there until I am ready to order something. If you have an order of $25 or more, shipping is free!

If you haven't already joined Swag Bucks... it's an easy way to "earn" gift cards and prizes by searching the internet! It's free and easy and really works!

To learn more read: What is Swag Bucks?

Green Bay KIDS DAY


Today, June 25, is Kids Day in Green Bay.

All Kids’ Day events are provided for FREE, including baseball, movies, inflatable games, music, swimming, bowling, lunch, and rides at Bay Beach. In order to participate each child will need a free wristband that can be picked up at any of these locations.

Have you participated in this event before?

June 24, 2010

Theresa's Target Deals

Today I went to Target and got some good deals. Here is what I got.


I Bought:

10 - Sobe Waters @ $1 each = $10 - less 5 (B1G1 Internet coupon) & 3 ($0.50 Target IP coupons) = $3.50 for 10 waters
2 - Vanish drop ins @ $2.14 each (less B1G1 IP and B1G1 Target coupons) = FREE for both
6 - Old Spice Body Wash @ $3.99 each (less 3 B1G1 MC coupons) = $11.97
Total = $16.55
Less 3- $5 gift cards from previous purchases
Total $1.55 OOP, plus received another $15 in Target gift cards

I saved over $40 in this one transaction!!!

Skinny Cow coupon is back!

Go HERE to get a coupon for $1 off any Skinny Cow ice cream product. Several stores have had the little ice cream cups on sale for $1 lately, making them free w/ this coupon. Use the back button to print it twice!

$4 off $20 at CVS

Stopped at CVS today to get my free shave cream and the red box printed a $4 off $20 that is good for three days only. I didn't have anything else planned except a raincheck for items still out of stock, so I'm going to try to go back to use it later. Just wanted to give you all a head's up in case it might be like the $5 off $15's that were printing at the register recently.

It's a GIVEAWAY!

This GIVEAWAY has ended!
Congrats to Julie L.!!!

Anyone else notice how long the days have been lately? Monday was the longest day of the year so we are now on the downhill slide to winter! Hard to believe, I know. Right now we're running the AC and fans, but before you know it we'll have to turn on the lights at 4pm and light a fire in the fireplace!
Between then and now we'll be shopping at the Farmer's Market and harvesting our gardens. How would you like to win a totally FREE (my favorite word!) Hamilton Beach 6 Cup Food Processor to help you chop all those fresh veggies, quickly make pesto or, my favorite, fresh salsa?
CSN Stores contacted me and offered this great prize to giveaway! They have over 200 online stores and sell a little bit of everything, including things like triple bunk beds (a girl can dream, can't she?), toys, and cookware.

The giveaway starts NOW and ends at 10pm on July 1st. Winner will be notified by email and will need to supply their mailing address within 48 hours or new winner will be chosen. The prize will be sent to you directly from CSN.

To enter the giveaway you must fill out your name and email address on this form. You can earn OPTIONAL additional entries by commenting on this blog post (not on the FB post), "liking" GB Savers on Facebook, and subscribing (via RSS or email).

Tell your friends and be sure to come back on July 2nd to find out who won!

*No compensation was received for this post. And I can't win! :)

June 23, 2010

Copps Double Daze This Week

There are some good coupon match ups this week at Copps. Just want to highlight a few of them for you...
  • Bar S Meat or Turkey Franks, .88 (Limit 2) - $1.00/2 MC (if you still have it) = FREE if doubled
  • Buddig Thin Sliced Meats .49, Limit 2 w/ in ad coupon
  • Kemp's Milk, 2/$5 - 0.75/2 MC or 1.00/2 MC from booklet = 2/$3.50 or 2/$3.00
  • Philadelphia Cream Cheese 5-8 oz. $1.25 (reg price $2.19) - $1.00 IP if you printed before it ran out = FREE if doubled
  • Dannon Danimals $2.00 - $1 MC from 6/6 SS = FREE if doubled
  • Yoplait Yo-Plus 4 pack $2.00 - $1 IP from HERE, HERE = FREE if doubled
  • Fiber One Yogurt $2.00 - $1 IP from HERE, HERE = FREE if doubled
  • Dannon Dan o nino Yogurt $2.00, - $1 IP from HERE, HERE = FREE if doubled
  • Daisy Brand Sour Cream 16 oz $1.50 - .60/1 MC from 6/6 RP = 0.30 if doubled
  • Kemps IttiBitz $1.00 - $1.00/4 MC from 5/16 SS = .50 each if doubled
  • Wacky Mac Noodles $1.00 - .50/1 MC from 5/16 SS = FREE if doubled
  • Rinaldi Pasta sauce $0.98 (limit2)
  • Keebler Wheatables $2.00 - $1.00/1 Nut Crisps (if included) IP from HERE = FREE if doubled
  • Betty Crocker Brownies .78 w/ coupon in booklet
  • Kellogg's 12 ct Pop Tarts $2.50 - $1.00/2 MC from 6/13 RP, or IP from HERE = $1.50 each if doubled
I'm going to change how I post for Copps deals. I will try to highlight anything that I see is free or very cheap after doubled coupons, as well as good stock up prices. I apologize for not posting in a while. Life has been crazy busy lately, but I'm planning to schedule in a specific time for getting these deals posted each week. So, bear with me in the meantime. :-)

Today I spent $18.07 and saved $27.07 (60%). I bought the pop tarts (4), angel soft, 3 gallons milk w/ coupons, eggs w/ free coupon, Buddig meats (2), Rinaldi sauce (2), wacky mac, bananas, lettuce, tomatoes. I doubled 5 coupons and had overage from the egg and milk coupons earned last week. I may make another trip on Saturday as I forgot to use the $2.50 off order coupon I got last week from buying Fruit Roll-Ups for the kids and I also just found the above mentioned coupon book in my Weds. paper from last week. Oops!

Piggly Wiggly Deals 6/23 thru 6/29

Don't forget to enter the GB Savers Hamilton Beach Food Processor Giveaway!



PRODUCE
Red Seedless Grapes $.99 lb.
Strawberries $1.50
Chiquita Fruit or Snack Bites $1.00 - $1/3 (5/16 SS)

EGGS & DAIRY
Food Club American Singles $.99 (limit 2)
Pillsbury Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls $1.66 - $.50/2 printable here
or $1/3 here
Dan Active Yogurt $1.99 - $1/1 (5/2 SS)

FROZEN FOODS
Eggo Frozen Waffles $1.89 - $1/2 (6/20 RP)
Totino's Frozen Pizza Rolls $1.50 - $.40/2 (4/18 SS or 5/30 GM) or $1/1 here
Dean's Ice Cream (5 qt) $4.99
Food Club Cake Cones $.89
Food Club Frozen Juice or Rainbow Pops $.99
Valu Time Frozen Vegetables $.79

CANNED & BOTTLED GOODS
Dole Gel or Fruit Bowls $1.49 (wyb 2) - $.75/1 May ALL YOU or $.50/2 (4/25 SS)
Food Club Salad Dressing $1.49
Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna $.79 - $1/1 Facebook promo (if you have them)

DRY GOODS
Rinaldi Pasta Sauce, $.99 (limit 3)
Food Club Pasta $.89
Food Club Cooking or Bakers Spray $1.49
Food Club Sweet or Hot Dog Relish $.99
Food Club Gelatin or Pudding Mix $.33

BREAD & BAKED GOODS
Valu Time English Muffins $1.99
Ritz Crackerfuls $2.49 - $1/1 here or $1/1 (6/6 SS)
Ritz Crackers $2.49 - $1/2 (5/16 SS)

MEAT
Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts 3 lb. bag $4.99---STOCK UP!
Pork Ribs $1.49 lb.
Carl Buddig Thin Sliced Lunchmeats $.67 - $1/5 here

SNACK FOODS
Post Cereal - Selected Varieties $1.99 - $1/2 (5/16 SS)
Malt-O-Meal Cereal $1.67 - $.75/1 here (certain varieties only)
Kellogg's Pop-Tarts $1.67 - $1/2 here or (6/13 RP)
Food Club Fruit Snacks $1.49
Valu Time Cereal $1.25

NON-FOOD
Dial Basics Bar Soap $.99 - $.35/1 (6/13 RP)
Valu Time White Paper Napkins $1.29
Purex Liquid Detergent $2.99 - $.35/1 here
Huggies Pull-Ups or Diapers $8.99 - $3/1 here

Exclusive Internet Store Coupons (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
  • Food Club Salad Dressing $.99
  • Food Club Cooking Spray $.99
These are available here for Larry's PW and here for Olsen's PW. These are store coupons so they can be combined with manufacturer coupons if any are available. They can only be printed at home.

GB area Piggly Wiggly stores do NOT double coupons. They do accept internet printables (up to $2.50). Look for the FREE coupon machine (in the bakery area of the De Pere store) powered by Coupons.com for extra manufacturers coupons.

On Facebook, become a fan of Larry's Piggly Wiggly here (stores: De Pere, Kaukauna, Little Chute, and Manitowoc) and Olsen's Piggly Wiggly here (Howard).

June 22, 2010

Kids Rule Summer Movies at Marcus Theatres: Starts TOMORROW!


Keep it cool with Marcus Theatres® this summer!

755 Willard Drive in Ashwaubenon (920) 497-2430

1000 Kepler Drive (920) 468-6500

Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 am from June 23rd through August 12th view your favorite family flicks for just $2.75 in honor of their 75th Anniversary! Popcorn is included, so grab the family and head to your nearest participating Marcus Theatre® location!

WI LOCATIONS ONLY:
In honor of Marcus' 75th Anniversary, they are EXTENDING the first week of Kids Rule with proceeds being donated to purchase much needed equipment for pre-mature infants such as: critical airway carts, Neopuff™ infant resuscitators, incubators, inhaled nitric oxide therapy technology and Omni Beds.

June 23 - 26 EXTENDED DATES (see above) How To Train Your Dragon
June 30-July 1 The Lightning Thief
July 7-8 The Tooth Hurts
July 14-15 Diary of a Wimpy Kid
July 21-22 Furry Vengeance
July 28-29 TBD
August 4-5 TBD
August 11-12 TBD

For more great free or cheap deals for KIDS click here! Don't forget about these other great summer programs:
Free bowling ALL summer from KidsBowlFree
Barnes and Noble Reading Program--earn a free book!
Brown County Library Summer Program


Source: Marcus Theatre Website

June 21, 2010

Double the Doubles Again!

This week is the last to offer Saturday Double Daze at Copps, but it's going out with a bang, as this Saturday is Double Double Daze, which means you can double 10 coupons per $25 order. Based on the increasing amount of coupon doubling going on at Copps lately, I'm really hoping that something good is forthcoming. Only time will tell, but I'm hoping that maybe the 10 coupons doubled will become a regular deal, or they'll stick with doing doubles 2x/week. A girl can hope, right?

Festival Foods Deals 6/20 - 6/26

Slow week at Festival...

Online only Festival coupon:
Peter Pan Peanut Butter $.48 with $5 purchase (from GBPG site)

Festival store coupons (from newspaper, limit 1 unless otherwise stated):
Village Hearth Classic Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns $.98
Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce $.68
Morning Glory Chocolate Milk $.68
Jack's Original Pizza $1.98 (limit 10) - $.55/1 (5/2 SS)
Heinz Family Size Ketchup $.98
Red or Green Seedless Grapes $.68 (limit 2 lb)

Special 4 Weeks of Savings...Week 3 (limit 1 unless otherwise stated):
Ice Mountain Water $2.98
Flavorite Sour Cream $.68
Breyers Ice Cream $1.98
Oscar Mayer Weiners $.98 (too bad it's a limit of one there are $1/2 coupons)
Dole Classic Iceberg Salad $.78

Sale and Green Sheet items:
Sunny Delight Citrus Punch $.98
Del Monte Fruit Cocktail or Peaches $.99
Xtra Liquid Laundry Detergent $1.69
Western Salad Dressing $1.79
Fisher Dry Roasted Peanuts $1.68- $1/1 printable here (1/10 or 6/20 SS)
Banquet Meals $.88
Homelife Napkins $1.68
Scott Paper Towels (8pk) $6.49 - $1/1 printable here
Creamette Salad Pasta $.88
Knorr Rice or Pasta & Sauce Side Dishes $1
Peaches $.99 per lb.
Keebler Townhouse Crackers $1.99 -$1/2 (6/6 RP)
Keebler Cookies $1.99 - $1/1 printable here =$.99


Read the shopping guide and coupon policy for Festival Foods here.

Thirsty?

Cheap Coke
There is a rare Coke printable coupon available here. Don't wait long to print it if you are interested!

Free Sobe
Play the Sobe Heads or Tails game to win free Sobe or several other prizes. I have won almost every time I've played (I chose the "character" with the lowest win percentage), several buy one get one printable coupons and two free item coupons (which will come in the mail). You can use the BOGO coupons to do the Sobe deal at Target and get them free after gift card. You're allowed to play once a day and and can win more than once.

June 20, 2010

Walgreens Deals 6/20- 6/26




ReNu Multipurpose Solution $7.49
-$7.49 RR
-$2 printable (or 6/6 SS)
=MAKE $2

Herbal Essences $2.99
-$2 RR
-$1 (5/16 RP)
=FREE

Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash $4.49
-$4.49 RR
-BOGO coupon OR use Buy 1 Old Spice Body Wash, get Deodorant Free (6/6 P&G)
=TWO FREE items

Lysol cleaner or Disinfecting Wipes $2.99
-$1 RR
-$1 (6/6 SS)
= $.99

Gillette Fusion Pro Glide razor $9.89
-$5 RR
-$4 (6/6 P&G)
=$.89

RePHresh tampons 18-ct $5.99
-$5 RR
=$.99

Mitchum Deodorant $1.99 (with weekly coupon)
-$.75 (6/20 SS)
=$1.24

Huggies jumbo packs $8.99 (with weekly coupon)
-$3 printable
=$5.99

Jell-O Gelatin $.50 (with weekly coupon)
-$.50/2 (6/6 SS) or BOGO coupon (6/6 SS)
=$.25 each

If you're new to shopping at Walgreens, you might want to read this new Walgreens shopping guide and you'll need to know:
RR= Register Rewards
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert
P&G= Proctor and Gamble, Sunday newspaper insert
ALL YOU= is a coupon filled magazine you can subscribe to or buy at Walmart

CVS Deals 6/20 - 6/26


Huggies diapers big boxes $19.99
-$10 ECB
-$3 off printable
=$6.99 ($3.99 if you happen to have the $3 CVS from the Red Box)

PowerBar Pure and Simple $.99
-$.99 ECB
=FREE

Select Post Cereals $1.88
-$2 off printable or $1/2 (5/16 SS)
=FREE (or $1.38)

Glade Spray $1

-$1/1 printable here or here
=FREE

Colgate Total Advanced $2.99
-$2 ECB
-$.75 printable or $1/1 (6/6 SS)
=FREE or $.24

Gillette Fusion ProGlide $9.97
-$5 ECB
-$4 (6/6 P&G)
=$.97

CVS Pharmacy Ibuprofen $3.99 (Limit 1)
-$3 ECB
=$.99

Lifesavers 2/$3
-$1/2 printable coupon
=$2 for TWO

Dawn $1
- 25¢/1 (6/6 P&G)
=$.75

Nestle Pure Life Water (24 pk) $2.77 (Limit 3)
-$1/2 printable
=$2.27

If you're new to shopping at CVS, you might want to read this newly updated CVS shopping guide and you'll need to know:
ECBs= Extra Care Bucks
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert
P&G=Proctor and Gamble, Sunday newspaper insert

June 19, 2010

Free Deli Creation "Lunchables" at Piggly Wiggly

I mentioned this in the Piggly Wiggly list but just wanted to share the deal again:

Oscar Mayer Deli Creations Cracker Combinations $.99
-$1/1 printable here or May ALL YOU or 5/16 SS
=FREE

I "bought" three today when I went to PW and not only were they free but I got TWO catalina (register) coupons for $1.50/3. So I can go back and get 6 more for $.49 each. For the first time that I can recall my cashier also took off the limit of my free milk coupon ($3.75) instead of the price of my milk ($1.99) so I got $1.76 overage to help cover my produce! I got a whole bag of stuff and a gallon of milk for $3.55!

Continuing Education Saturday Video

This mom feeds her family for $4 a week. Crazy! She also has a beautifully organized stockpile! Now I know it's a bit unrealistic for those of us in the GB area to do this because of our local store policies, but there are still some helpful hints in the video and it sure is fun to see!

June 18, 2010

$1 off Cheerios

Visit Begin With Cheerios and enter your information to receive a $1 off coupon via email for the next four weeks plus you will be entered to win a free box (there will be 50,000 winners). Those high value coupons will make for some cheap Cheerios!

Mega Swag Bucks Friday!

Search & Win

It's Friday... which means it's Mega Swag Bucks day. If you search on Fridays there is a greater chance to earn MEGA Swag Bucks!!

If you already have Swag Bucks don't forget to take a daily poll for 1 Swag Buck, scroll through the special offers each day for a couple more, and now take a few surveys to earn as well.

If you haven't already joined Swag Bucks... it's an easy way to "earn" gift cards and prizes by searching the internet! It's free and easy and really works!

To learn more read: What is Swag Bucks?

June 16, 2010

Piggly Wiggly Deals 6/16 thru 6/22



4 Day Sale---June 17, 18, 19, 20 ONLY
Shrimp 1 lb. $3.99
Absopure 24 pk. water $2.49
Food Club ketchup $.99
Farmland Franks $.79
PW Hot Dog or Hamburger buns 3/$2
Sweet Baby Ray's $1.69
- $1/2 (5/23 SS)

Regular Week Long Sale:

PRODUCE
Peaches $.69 per lb.
Pineapple $1.99
Tomatoes $.99 per lb.
Red Seedless Grapes $1.49 per lb.
Watermelon $2.99

DAIRY
Yoplait Yogurt 10 for $5.00 - $.50/6 here or here or 4/25 & 5/30 GM or from red box in bakery (DP store)
Food Club Crescents or Cinnamon Rolls $1.49
Oscar Mayer Deli Creations Cracker Combinations $.99 -$1/1 here or May ALL YOU or 5/16 SS
Oscar Mayer Lunchables $0.99

FROZEN FOODS
Orv's Tasty Toppings Pizza 5 for $11.00
Blue Bunny Frozen Novelties, Yogurt or Ice Cream $2.49 - $1/1 novelty printable
Farmland Pork Breakfast Links or Rolls $1.89 - $1/2 (3/14 SS)

DRY GOODS
Hamburger/Chic/Tuna Helper $.99 - $1/3 printable or $.75/3 (5/2 SS or 5/30 GM)
Suddenly Salad $.99 - $.50/2 here or $.50/2 (5/23 or 6/6 SS)
Betty Crocker Cake Mix $.99
Vlasic Relish BOGO (psa $1.79) - $.55/1 here or here (use 2)
French's Mustard $1.49 - $.50/1 here or here or $.30/1 (5/9 SS)
Pace Picante Sauce $2.09 - $.60/2 (5/2 SS)
Kellogg's Cereal - Selected Varieties, $1.49 each (when you buy 5) -$1.50/3 or $1/2 printables here and here or $1.50/3 (5/23 RP)
Post Cereal - Selected Varieties 5/$9.00 - $1/2 (5/16 SS)

BEVERAGES
Old Orchard Apple Juice Cocktail or 100% Apple Juice $1.69 - $.50/1 here or here or here

NON-FOOD
Gerber Baby Graduates, First or Second Foods $.99 - coupons from home mailer
Ziploc Easy Zipper Freezer or Storage Bags $1.49 - $1.50/2 here or $1/2 (5/16 SS)

Exclusive Internet Store Coupons (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
  • Hamburger Helper or Suddenly Salad $.49
  • Food Club Sloppy Joe sauce $.39
These are available here for Larry's PW and here for Olsen's PW. These are store coupons so they can be combined with manufacturer coupons if any are available. They can only be printed at home.

GB area Piggly Wiggly stores do NOT double coupons. They do accept internet printables (up to $2.50). Look for the FREE coupon machine (in the bakery area of the De Pere store) powered by Coupons.com for extra manufacturers coupons.

On Facebook, become a fan of Larry's Piggly Wiggly here (stores: De Pere, Kaukauna, Little Chute, and Manitowoc) and Olsen's Piggly Wiggly here (Howard).

Copps Coupon Booklet

GB Savers reader Dolly just emailed with some helpful info for Copps shoppers... there was a Copp's coupon booklet in the Press-Gazette today! Coupons start tomorrow and are good through June 26. If you come up with any great deals or coupon match ups with these coupons please share!

Some coupons included:

$0.68 for large eggs
$0.88 Thomas' English muffins
$0.98 64 oz. orange juice
$0.78 16 oz. Roundy's frozen vegetables
$0.48 Creamette pasta
$1.28 Classico pasta sauce
$0.98 Roundy's potato chips
$1.00 MC coupons on Dove products
$1.00 MC coupon on 2 Quilted Northern
$0.88 3-Color coleslaw
BOGO muffins 4-ct.
$1.00 MC coupon off 2 gallons Kemp milk

June 15, 2010

Shelly's Piggly Wiggly Run

I had a great run at Piggly Wiggly tonight, saving about 50% of my total.

Here's what I got:
6 Ronzoni Pasta $1 each - $5.50 in coupons=$.50 for all
2 powdered sugar $1.49 each
4 Shredded Cheddar (16 oz) $1.99 each
3 General Mills cereals $2.33 each - $1/2 and free item coupon=$1.22 each
3 Oscar Mayer bologna $.99 each ($.33 each after catalina-see below)
2.25 lbs. peaches at $.99 per lb.
5 Pillsbury cake mix $.80 each
2 beef roasts $1.99 per lb.
1 Pillsbury brownie $.49
1 Pasta Roni $.49
2 Tornado $2.39 each - $1/1 coupon x2
4 Yo Plus yogurt $2 each - $1/1 x4
4 Go Gurt yogurt $2 each - $1/2 and $.80/2
6 Kraft Mac and Cheese - $.55/2 x2
- $.15 bag refund
FINAL TOTAL= $50.07 (savings on receipt $50.92)
Plus got back a $2 off my next order (for the bologna) and a coupon for a gallon of FREE milk

Make Your Own: Can Rotators

Below is a post from my personal blog that I thought I had posted here as well... but must not have. If you buy any type of canned goods these are very helpful and nearly free to make!

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Several months ago I came across these plans to make a can rotating device out of cardboard. Since I tend to buy large quantities of items but have a bad habit of just putting the new items in front of the old... I always wanted some can rotators. But being the frugal person I am, I just couldn't spend the money on fancy, expensive ones. So, I thought I would take "Grandpa's" plans and make one to try out.

My prototype

Well, the first one was a challenge. I finished it but set aside the idea for awhile because I had so much trouble putting it together... it seemed that it was a project for someone with six hands! Plus Grandpa's plans were not exactly written out in a helpful, step by step fashion.

Then another blog I like to read posted the same instructions and in the comments I got several suggestions that helped me out. The most important tip was to use pins to hold everything in place instead of growing a few extra hands! Why didn't I think of that?! Now I was willing to give it a second try.

I made a few other "improvements" to the plans as long as I was at it. The second rotator went together much easier and by the fourth I was a pro. Now I think I could put them together with one hand tied behind my back. Okay, so not really... but this new improved method really helped! And my new and improved method is stronger because it adds shelf supports:


If you want to make more than one I highly recommend making a template of the pieces. I used shirt gift boxes. They're thin yet sturdy enough to use repeatedly if you mark lightly with a pencil. You also want to use a utility blade with a fresh blade. It just makes the edges so much nicer. Use a straight edge too! Crooked pieces don't go together as nicely. (Trust me on that one!)

Here's what you'll need:
utility knife, wood glue (or caulk), metal carpenter square (or ruler),
sturdy 2 ply cardboard, pins, and the plans*

Assembly Shelly's Way:

1. Measure and cut out all necessary pieces. This is probably the most time consuming step and why you'll want templates if you're making more than one.

2. Mark the sides (both left and right) where the shelves will go. This part is NOT in the plans... glue thin strips of cardboard (mine are about 1/2 inch wide and 5 inches or so long--no longer or they'll interfere with the can rolling) just below the lines you've marked (left photo). Squirt glue on marked lines (center photo). Place center shelves onto glue (right photo). Let it dry for a bit. If your shelves won't stand up support them with something.


3. Now squirt glue onto the opposite side and... this is the hardest part... line it up just right and put in place. If you placed those thin support strips in the right place it will help you line it up. When you are done it will look like this:

I like to pin it all in place to keep everything from shifting because at this point it's like a house of cards and prone to collapse.


I cheat a bit and don't wait for the glue to dry. I just keep on truckin', but I'm brave like that... or impatient. You can let the glue dry if you want. Just do yourself a favor and stand the whole thing up and make sure it's square and all the shelves look even.

4. Glue (and pin) the bottom front (left photo), top front (middle photo), and back (right photo) in place. These pieces kind of come around the corners which adds strength. Grandpa's original design did not have the back this way. That is a modification by Shelly (aka "Shellification"). You will also need to glue the "wood block" in place at the back of the bottom shelf. The wood block is not really wood, it's just a card board rectangle glued in on an angle that keeps the cans moving forward. It is hidden away in there and therefore not easy to photograph, but trust me... you need it!


5. At this point I like to turn the whole thing on it's side and set some heavy books (heavy in weight, not content... although I used books heavy in both respects for mine!) on top of the whole thing. Once the glue is dry, remove the books, then the pins. Cut a small notch where indicated to make it easier to remove the cans. Label, if you so desire, and then try it out!
Grandpa paints his to make them sturdier, but I am just using mine plain and taking my chances. Grandpa's plans include dimensions for all sizes of cans. I need to do a little math and make a couple that are wide enough for peanut butter jars. Peanut butter is the thing I have the hardest time following the FIFO rule on (FIFO=first in first out).

Want to see it in action? I thought you might!

video

Too lazy to make these?? I found, after I made mine, that you can buy something very similar made from cardboard for pretty cheap. I might have gone with this option had I known about it sooner, but I guess there is some satisfaction in knowing you made them yourself... that's what I keep telling myself anyway.

*Follow this link to get a pdf of the original plans. If you want a copy of MY plans with improvements I'd be happy to make a copy and give it to you.

June 14, 2010

Free NasaDrops Rinse Kit After Rebate

NeilMed (makers of the NeilMed NetiPot) are offering another of their products free via mail-in rebate. Just purchase the NasaDrops Rinse Kit between June 10th and July 15th (from CVS) then mail in this rebate form by July 31st. Limit of 6 rebates per household.

Free Food Coupons

Keep your eye out for freebies on Facebook or Freebies4Mom and soon you'll have a stack of these completely free item coupons in your mailbox! No complicated deals here... just FREE food!

I like to take mine to Copps where they help "pad" my order. This gets me to $25 while lowering my out of pocket costs! The full item price is included in my total yet the coupon takes it all back off.

June 13, 2010

Sad Story by Vivian

Had a busy week last week - but was inspired by the deals going on and tried to carve out some time to get my coupons together and head to CVS at least - I woke up this am and realized I never made it by the time the deals ended Saturday and while checking in my purse for something I discovered $13 in ECB's that expired YESTERDAY!

I know you're "crying" with me - I was sure pouting this am and wanted to shed some real tears - that was THIRTEEN DOLLARS LOST! Very Sad!

Vivian - who plans to use the next batch that expires on June 24th before they expire!

Walgreens Deals 6/13- 6/19




Nivea for Men $5.99
-$3/1 (5/2 RP)
-$5.99 RR
=MAKE $3

Schick Hydro Razor $7.99
-$5 (6/13 SS)
-$4 RR
-full rebate here
=MAKE $1.01 (or HUGE money maker if you do the rebate!)

Reach Multi-action Toothbrushes $4.39
-BOGO coupon (12/6 RP)
-$3/1 weekly store coupon
=MAKE $1.61

Neutrogena Soap Bars $2.69 (BUY 3)
-$10 RRs (when you buy 3 Neutrogena products)
=MAKE $1.93

Reach Toothbrushes $.99 (Buy 2)
-$2/2 printable
=TWO FREE

Post Grape Nuts or Shredded Wheat Cereal $1.99
- $2/1 printable
=FREE

Chicken of the Sea Tuna $.89
-$1/1 printable coupon (Facebook promo)
=FREE (it is Walgreens official policy to round down coupons that exceed price)

Kraft Mac and Cheese $.69 (with weekly store coupon)

-$0.55/2 printable (play the game to win coupon)
=$.41

Chinet Plates (10-pk) $1.50
-$1 off printable
=$.50

Listerine Whitening $5.79
-$3 weekly store coupon
-$2 printable
=$.79

Gillette Fusion ProGlide $9.89
-$5 RR
-$4 (6/6 PG)
=$.89

All Detergent $2.99
-$2/1 ( 5/16 RP)
=$.99


If you're new to shopping at Walgreens, you'll need to know:
RR= Register Rewards
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert
All You= is a coupon filled magazine you can subscribe to or buy at Walmart

At Walgreens hand your MCs first then any Walgreens store coupons.

CVS Deals 6/13 - 6/19


Gillette/Old Spice Body Wash $4
-4 ECBs (possible unadvertised limit 2)

-BOGO Gillette coupon (P&G 6/6)
=TWO FREE (or make $4?)

Schick Hyrdro Razor $8.97
-$4 ECBs
-$5/1 (6/13 SS)
-full rebate here
=FREE (or HUGE money maker if you do the rebate!)

Right Guard Total Defense--BOGO sale
-$3/2 printable
=depends on price could be as low as $.75

Lady Speed Stick $1.00
-$.75/1 Lady Speed Stick printable
=$.25

Gillette Pro-Glide Razor $9.97
-$5 ECBs
-$4/1 (6/6 SS)
= $.97

CoverGirl Amazemint $4.99
-$3 ECBs
-$1/1 (6/6 P&G)
= $.99

Colgate Pro Clinical $3.99 (Limit 2)
-$2 ECBs
-$1/1 (6/13 SS or ALL YOU June)
= $.99

Huggies $8.49
-$3/1 printable
=$5.49

If you're new to shopping at CVS, you might want to read this newly updated CVS shopping guide and you'll need to know:
ECBs= Extra Care Bucks
RP= Red Plum, Sunday newspaper insert
SS= Smart Source, Sunday newspaper insert

June 12, 2010

Continuing Education Saturday Video

Even if you never clip a coupon you can save a TON on groceries by stocking up when items are on sale. When you see an item you use on sale for a great price don't just buy one buy several! Then set aside the extras until you need them. Soon you'll be "shopping" in your own pantry.

Here's Denise from The Centsible Sawyer sharing some great info about "stockpiling". (Love that Southern accent!)

June 10, 2010

Culver's Summer Kick Off


Through June 20th take the family to Culver's and enjoy a single cone or dish of Culver's Fresh Frozen Custard for only $1!! (Choose from vanilla, chocolate, or the flavor of the day.)

Also enjoy some of their upcoming daily specials:
  • June 14-16... happy hour between 2:00 and 4:00... BOGO medium concrete mixers
  • Sunday, June 20 bring Dad in for his FREE 1 Scoop Sundae

Heads Up: VERY Cheap Huggies at CVS

How would you like a $19.99 BOX of Huggies for $3.99? Common Sense With Money is reporting that there is going to be a great deal the week of 6/20 at CVS... a box of Huggies will be on sale for $19.99 plus get back a $10 ECB. Use the $3 off Huggies printable (which has been reset!) and a CVS $3/1 printable out of the red box (if you get one this week save it)... which means it's possible that you could get the BOX for $3.99! Even if you don't get the $3 off CVS coupon you'll still get a box for $6.99!

I just might have enough diapers to last me through potty training!

June 9, 2010

Theresa's Copps Run

Tonight I made a quick trip to Copps. Here is my trip.


Here is what I bought:

2 - Kraft Mac & Cheese, B1G1 sale - $0.55 = $0.70 for both (35 cents each)
6 boxes of Kelloggs cereal = $22.24 - $10 for buying 6 boxes - (2) $1/1 coupons, (2) $1/2 coupons (all doubled) = $4.24 for 6 boxes of cereal
2 bags of Nabisco cookies @ $1.33 each - $1/2 MC coupon (doubled) = $0.66 (33 cents each)
2 Lean Cuisine Meals @ $2 each - $1/1 IP coupons (doubled) = FREE
4- IttiBitz @ $1 each - $1/4 MC coupon (doubled) = $2 (50 cents each)
1 - Minute Maid Lemonaid @ $2.50 - $1.50 IP coupon = $1
2 - Yoplait Delights @ $2 each - (2) $1/1 IP coupon (doubled) = FREE
2 - Bag refund = $0.10

Total OOP = $8.64

Total SAVED $40.75



Erica's Copps Run

Stuck to the list almost exactly! The only change was to add blueberries to my second transaction. Forgot that the $2 off coupon was for produce only, so I used it to get the blueberries for $0.50. My final total ended up being less than anticipated as I stuck to some of the cheaper cereals and some other prices were different than what was listed. Here's the final result:


Transaction #1: Total = $18.81, saving $41.26 (67%)

Transaction #2: Total = $24.43, saving $45.16 (65%)

Overall total = $43.24, saving $86.42 (66%)

Erica's CVS Run

Had a GREAT CVS run today. I had some ECB's expiring today so I had to get over there, especially w/ all the great deals they have this week. Here's what I got:


I had multiple transactions planned, but the Velp store was out of several items on my list. I ended up w/ one transaction, but it was FAR better than I anticipated:

  • 2 Skinny Cow ice cream cups, $1 each - $1 IP's = FREE
  • Gillette Fusion ProGlide, $9.97 - $4 MC = $5.97, earned $5 ECB's
  • Always Ultra, $2.97 - FREE MC from Being Girl sample pack = FREE
  • 2 Tampax Pearl, $2.97 each - $2 MC's = $0.97 each
  • Dawn Hand Renewal, $0.97 - $1 MC = FREE plus overage
  • - $5 off $15 that printed at register (adjusted to $4.38)
  • - $3.50 ECB's

Total = $0.96, just the tax! Plus I earned $5 ECB's from the razor, so that is a $4.04 profit. I heart CVS!

The Children's Place Online SALE

Now through June 13th The Children's Place is having an awesome sale! Lots of shirts for $5, shorts for $10, and flip flops 2/$5. Plus right on the site they have a coupon code (J6A6A) for 20% off your entire order. Their shipping is a flat rate $5, no matter how much you buy. I got several polos for my gang for a great price.

(Thanks Jennifer aka The Bargain Sleuth)

Piggly Wiggly Deals 6/9 thru 6/15



PRODUCE
Potatoes (8 lb. bag) 2/$1.89 when you buy 2
Grapes $.99/lb.
Peaches $.99/lb.
Cilantro $.50

EGGS & DAIRY
Food Club Shredded or Chunk Cheese (16 oz.) $1.99 STOCK UP!!
Food Club margarine quarters $.69
Breakstone's Sour Cream $1.79 - $.55/1 here or here
Yoplait GoGurt, Trix, Kids yogurt $2.00 - $.80/2 here or here or $1/2 (5/9 SS)
Yo-Plus or Fiber One Yogurt $2.00 - $1/1 Yo Plus here or $1/1 Fiber One here

FROZEN FOODS
Food Club Frozen veggies $.99
Tornados $2.39 -$1/1 (5/9 SS)

CANNED & BOTTLED GOODS
Van Camp's Pork & Beans $.79 - $.30/3 (5/16 SS) or $1/3 Conagra home mailer

DRY GOODS
Ronzoni Smart Taste or Healthy Harvest Pasta $.99 - $.75/1 printables listed here
Easy Mac Cups or Box Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $.66 - $.55/2 from "everyone wins" game here
Food Club Brown or Powdered Sugar $1.49
Pillsbury Cake Mix $.80
Rice-a-Roni or Pasta-Roni $.99
Pillsbury Brownie Mix $1.00

MEAT
Fresh Chicken Leg Quarters- 10 lb. $.49/lb.
Boneless Rump or Bottom Round Roast $1.99/lb.
Oscar Mayer Bologna $.99
Pork Picnic Roast $1.29/lb.

CEREAL
Kellogg's Cereal - Selected Varieties $2.00 -$1.50/3 or $1/2 printables here and here
General Mills Cereal - Selected Varieties 3/$6.99 buy 3 get a gallon of milk - various printable coupons $.55/1 here

BEVERAGES
Nestle Pure Life Water (24 pk) $3.00 - $1/2 here

Exclusive Internet Store Coupons (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
  • Rice or Pasta Roni $.49
  • Pillsbury Brownie Mix $.49
These are available here for Larry's PW and here for Olsen's PW. These are store coupons so they can be combined with manufacturer coupons if any are available. They can only be printed at home.

GB area Piggly Wiggly stores do NOT double coupons. They do accept internet printables (up to $2.50). Look for the FREE coupon machine (in the bakery area of the De Pere store) powered by Coupons.com for extra manufacturers coupons.

On Facebook, become a fan of Larry's Piggly Wiggly here (stores: De Pere, Kaukauna, Little Chute, and Manitowoc) and Olsen's Piggly Wiggly here (Howard).