April 30, 2011

Reminder: GBAMOM Rummage Sale TODAY!!

Green Bay Mothers of Multiples (GBAMOM)
HUGE Multi-Family Rummage Sale

*Open to the Public*

Saturday, April 30, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Resurrection Catholic Church School Gym
(Corner of Libal and Hilltop in Allouez)

Clothing, toys, furniture, and lots MORE!

Stop by, get some deals, and say "HI" to several
GB Savers contributors who also happen to be moms of twins!! :)

April 29, 2011

Brown County Library Book Sale

The Brown County Library Used Book Sale will be open to the public Tuesday, May 3 through Saturday, May 7 at the Central Library in downtown Green Bay. Over 100,000 books (and CDs) sorted by category for more information on the book sale click here.

There is a printable coupon here for $1 off each $10 purchase (valid only Wednesday and Thursday).

Dates: May 3 - May 7

Location: Brown County Central Library, 515 Pine Street, Downtown Green Bay

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00 am to 8:45 pm (use the coupon!)
Friday 9:00 am to 4:45 pm (fill a bag with books for $5)
Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm or earlier if sold out (also $2 bag day!)

If you are member a of Paperback Swap the last day bag sale is a great way to get a bunch of books to swap for very cheap! If you like books (or homeschool) I highly recommend joining Paperback Swap. You get two books shipped to you free when you sign up and get books just for the cost of shipping after that. For more information about Paperback Swap click here.

April 27, 2011

Piggly Wiggly Deals 4/27 - 5/3

Weekly Coupons with $10 Purchase:
FREE 3# bag Yellow Onions
PW Gallon Milk $1.99 (limit 1)

Sale Items:
Split Chicken Breasts $.97 per lb.
Boneless Pork Country Ribs $1.89
Bananas $.39 per lb.
Fresh Italian Bread $.99
Chips Ahoy $1.99 (limit 2)
Food Club Ice Cream (5 qt pail) $3.99
Food Club Pasta Sauce $.99
PW White Bread $.89 or FREE with 1900 Pig Points
Pepsi 2L $.89
Chex Mix $1.99 - $0.50/1 printable or $0.50/2 (3/13/2011 SS) or printable
Food Club Instant Oatmeal $1.49
Jif Peanut Butter $1.69
Blue Bunny Treats or Ice Cream $2.99 - $1/1 printable
Minute Maid Lemonade, Limeade, Punch $1.29
Healthy Choice Soup $1.49 - $1/2 printable
Food Club Cereal $1.99
Food Club Bleach $.99
Food Club Taco Seasoning $.39
Purex Detergent $2.99 - $1/1 (3/13/2011 RP)

10 for $10 (or $1 each) Sale:
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad - $0.50/2 printable
Chef Boyardee
Indian Summer Applesauce
Banquet Frozen Meals - $0.50/2 printable (use code:63829897)
Michelina's Frozen Entrees - $1/5 printable
...see weekly ad for more

Special Coupons:
Buy 2 CapriSun (10 ct) $1.99 each and get a FREE Oscar Mayer Lunchable ($1.50 value)

Exclusive Facebook Coupon (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
This week the exclusive coupons are only available on Facebook. Larry's Facebook here and Olsen's Facebook here.
  • FREE Food Club Brownie Mix
Click here for more helpful information about using coupons and shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Remember, Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and their ads occasionally don't match up, check your store ad for prices.

April 25, 2011

Target Deals This Week

Well, it's been a few weeks since I've been to Target and I've been saving up my coupons so here's the best deals I've found:
  • 20 FREE 4x6 photo prints. This week 20 prints are $2. Print a $2 off photo order coupon here and get them free.
  • Up & Up Nail Polish remover 0.97- print a 0.50/1 coupon here to get it for only 0.47
  • Up & Up pantiliners- 0.87- print a 0.50/1 coupon here to get them for 0.37
  • Allegra Allergy- 6 ct- $7- Use a $2/1 Target coupon and $5/1 coupon from the coupon insert a couple weeks ago to get it FREE!
  • Crystal Light- Use the "Buy 2 Get 1 Free" coupon in the coupon insert a couple weeks ago and pair it with the $1/3 Target coupon-not sure what the final price will be
  • U by Kotex had several coupons in the insert a couple weeks ago. Pair it with $1/1 Target coupon and see what kind of deal you can get
  • Seattle's Best coffee- use this $1/1 Target coupon and pair it with the $1/1 coupon found in last month's edition of All You magazine. If you're not subscribed to All You you should seriously consider it as it is FULL of wonderful coupons. Or you can pick it up at your local Walmart
That's it! Happy Shopping!

April 22, 2011

Heads Up! No Coupon Inserts

Since it is a holiday weekend there are no coupon inserts scheduled to be in the paper this weekend. If you buy papers just for the coupons... you can take a week off!

If you ever want to take a sneak peek at what inserts are scheduled just head over to Sunday Coupon Preview.

Reminder: Mega Swagbucks Friday

Search & Win

Just a friendly reminder... it's Mega Swag Bucks day. If you search on Fridays there is a greater chance to earn high value MEGA Swag Bucks.

You can pick up a buck for taking the quick "daily poll" or earn a few by watching a couple videos. You can print coupons from Swag Bucks too.

If you haven't already joined Swag Bucks... it's an easy way to "earn" gift cards and prizes by searching the internet. It really does add up... I traded my Swag Bucks in for $200 in Amazon gift cards last year. (Really helped stretch the Christmas budget!)

To learn more read: What is Swag Bucks? 

April 21, 2011

Groupon Deal: General Mills Sampler Box


There is an interesting Groupon offer today... a sampler box of General Mills products with 12 full-size items plus a coupon booklet. You can get it all for $20 shipped. Here is a list of what is included in the box:

12.8 ounce Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal
13 ounce Reese's Puffs cereal
12 ounce Kix cereal
12.8 ounce Cascadian Farms Organic cereal
5.8 ounce Fiber One 90-Calorie Chewy Bars
5.8 ounce Hamburger Helper
11 ounce Green Giant Corn Niblets
9.5 ounce Old El Paso Tortilla Stuffers
5 ounce Fruit Roll-Ups
10.5 ounce Chex Mix Muddy Buddies snack mix
17.5 ounce Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mix
13.7 ounce Wanchai Ferry Orange Chicken dinner kit

You might be able to get some of these items at better prices at the grocery store but these are definitely not full retail price either. And I have to admit it would be fun to get this box delivered right to your door! Coupon booklets in packages like these usually have higher value coupons too.

This sold out earlier today but has recently been restocked. If you are interested in this deal I suggest you don't wait too long!

There is a limit of two offers per household plus an additional two to give as "gifts". If you've never ordered a Groupon before be sure to read all the fine print!

April 20, 2011

Piggly Wiggly Deals 4/20 - 4/26

Weekly Coupons with $5 Purchase:
Food Club Butter $1.89 (Limit 1)
Coke 24 pk. $4.99 (Limit 1)
Pepsi Products 5/$11
Folgers Coffee $5.99 (Limit 1) - $1/1 (4/10/2011 RP)

Special Coupon:
Cook's Ham $.69 per lb. with in-ad coupon and $25 purchase

Sale Items:
Dole Canned Pinapple $.99 - $0.50/2 (4/10/2011 SS)
Food Club Shredded or Chunk Cheese $1.25 STOCK UP!
Piggly Wiggly Brown and Serve Rolls $.99 or FREE with 2100 Pig Points
Freshlike Frozen Veggies $.89
Kraft American Slices $1.99 - $1/1 printable or $0.75/1 printable 
Kraft Salad Dressing $1.99 - $1/2 (4/10/2011 SS)
Keebler Townhouse, Club Crackers $1.99 (must buy 2) -$1/2 printable
Keebler Chips Deluxe $1.99 (must buy 2) - $0.55/2 (3/6/2011 RP)
Food Club Sour Cream $.79
Lay's Chips $1.99 - $1/2 (3/13/2011 SS)
Betty Crocker Potatoes $.99 - $0.50/2 printable
Pillsbury Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls $1.66 - $.50/2 (4/17/2011 SS) or printable here
Imperial Spread Quarters $.49
Nestle Refrigerated Cookie Dough $2.49 -$0.75/1 (4/10/2011 SS) or $1.50/2 printable
Food Club Vinegar (120 oz) $1.49
Pillsbury Cake or Brownie Mix $.99
Stove Top Stuffing $1.25 - $0.50/1 (4/3/2011 SS)
Food Club Brown or Powdered Sugar $1.29
Carnation Evap Milk $.99 - $0.50/2 (1/23/2011 SS) or $0.50/2 printable
McCormick Food Coloring $3.49 - $1/1 (3/13/2011 RP)
McCormick Vanilla $2.49 - $1/1 (3/13/2011 RP)
Nestle Morsels $1.99 - $1/2 printable or $0.75/2 (4/10/2011 SS)

Exclusive Facebook Coupon (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
This week the exclusive coupons are only available on Facebook. Larry's Facebook here and Olsen's Facebook here.
  • FREE 40 ct. Valu-Time Foam Plates
Click here for more helpful information about using coupons and shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Remember, Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and their ads occasionally don't match up, check your store ad for prices.

April 18, 2011

Free Admission: GB Botanical Garden on May 6th

Visit the Better Homes and Gardens website to get free admission to the Green Bay Botanical Garden on May 6th. Just fill out a short form and you will be able to print a pdf coupon for free admission for your party of up to 10 people.

If you have never been to the Botanical Garden this would be a great time to check it out. My boys call it "a zoo for plants" and really enjoy the children's area of the garden.

Thanks Money Saving Mom!

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April 17, 2011

Make Your Own and Save: Pistachio Fluff

Festival has Pistachio Fluff from their deli on "sale" this week for $3.88 per pound. Regular price is $4.49 per pound. You'll notice I did NOT include it on Festival's deal list for this week. :) Why? You can make your own for a lot less and it's super simple. If you have a child that likes to help in the kitchen they can make it... it really is that easy! Best of all, most of the items you need to make it ARE on sale at Festival this week.

Here's the recipe:

1 pkg. pistachio pudding
1 can crushed pineapple, undrained (Dole brand on sale for $.74 each)
1 container of Cool Whip (on sale for $.89)
1 cup mini marshmallows (on sale for $.99)
1/4 cup chopped nuts (walnut or pecan), optional

Combine crushed pineapple and pistachio pudding mix. Add marshmallows and nuts (if desired). Fold in Cool Whip. Refrigerate for 2 to 4 hours before serving.

Festival Foods Deals 4/17 - 4/23

GBPG Online only Festival coupon (with $5 purchase): 
Festival Split Top Wheat Bread $.48

Weekly Coupon Items (limit 1 unless otherwise stated): Ham Savings Guarantee ($.02)
Green Giant Carrots $.48
Morning Glory Sour Cream $.88
Roma Original Pizza $1.68
Kraft Salad Dressing 2/$2.98 - $1/2 (4/10/2011 SS)
Kraft Shredded Cheese 2/$2.98 - $1/2 (3/13/2011 SS)
Kraft Miracle Whip $1.98 - $0.75/1 (4/10/2011 SS)
Maxwell House Coffee $6.98 - $1/1 printable
Frito Lay Chips $1.98
Coke Products (12 pk) 4/$9.88
Barrel O Fun Pops $1.48
Sara Lee Bread $1.88
Steve's Cheese Slice $1.98
Old Dutch Tortilla Chips $1.98

Weekly Sale and Green Sheet Items:
Sweet Corn $.33 each
Green Giant Canned Veggies $.48
Cool Whip $.89
Creamette Egg or Lasagna Noodles $.98
Kraft Mini Marshmallows 2/$1.98
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese $1.25
Kraft American Slices $1.98 - $1/1 printable or $0.75/1 printable
Nabisco Snack Crackers $2 - $1/1 WT Crunch Stix ( 4/17/2011 SS) - if included
Ritz Crackers $2
Dole Canned Pinapple 2/$1.98- $0.50/2 (4/10/2011 SS)
Rothbury Farm's Croutons $.98 (w/ Greensheet coupon)
Crystal Farms English Muffins $.88
Eggo Waffles $1.88 - $0.75/2 (3/13/2011 RP)

Read the shopping guide and coupon policy for Festival Foods here. Please note if you are outside of the GB area a few prices may be different, check your local Festival ad to verify prices.

April 16, 2011

Discount Josh Groban Concert Tickets for Students

Students can get discounted tickets to the Josh Groban concert at the Resch Center on July 9th. A limit of two tickets per student can be purchased for $25 each (face value $72 each). Tickets are available at all Oneida Casino Ticket Star outlets, online, and at the Resch Center box office. Convenience fee will apply. Must present Student ID at the time of purchase or at WILL CALL when picking your tickets up.
Thanks to GB Savers reader Julia for emailing this deal!

April 14, 2011

Are You Prepared?

It's Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin and wouldn't you know we had some crazy weather to get the week rolling! Today is the statewide tornado drill so your school-age kids might come home today thinking about severe weather and emergency plans.

The bottom of this post has links to both state and national sites that recommend all families have a basic emergency kit. We take emergency preparedness pretty seriously at our house and over the past couple years I've put together a decent emergency kit without spending a lot of money. A few of the items I've listed below aren't necessarily a "deal" but you can't put a price on the safety of your family!  Here are some of our basic emergency kit items:

#1 Weather Radio: This is our main weather radio. There are cheaper weather radios out there, but I like that this one could be programmed for our specific county and we could chose which alerts make an audible sound. I only want to be awakened out of sound sleep if there is something serious going on. This radio is not just for weather, it will also sound an alarm for any community issued alerts (like the need to evacuate for a chemical spill). It plugs in but has battery backup in case of power loss.

**Today is ReadyWisconsin's "Radio Ready Day" at the Green Bay Fleet Farm store on Main (9am- 8pm). They are offering weather radios on sale and there will be staff on hand to help you program them.

Until the end of April you can enter to win one of 20 weather radios from Ready Wisconsin here.
#2 Emergency Radio: We also have this smaller, more portable emergency radio. Even though this radio is small it's very multi-purpose! It tunes regular radio as well as the NOAA weather band. It has a flash light. It can also charge a cell phone. Best of all it is solar or hand-crank powered so there is no need to remember to store batteries! It won't replace a weather radio though because it won't alert you to any severe weather.

#3 Oil Lamp:  We bought ours at Walmart for under $10. They sell the oil to burn there as well. When the power goes out, this is one of our most used emergency items. Flashlights are nice, but honestly I'm cheap frugal and I hate how they drain (expensive) batteries. Candles are great but one of these little lamps can light up a room better than several candles.  If you want even more light put it in front of mirror! If you have small children you'll want to be extra careful with one of these with just as you would with candles. Don't forget to keep some water proof matches in your kit to light the wick.

#4 Water: All emergency preparedness literature suggests you have a 3-day to one week water supply on hand. How much water is that? The experts say 1 gallon per person per day is enough for drinking and hygiene. When we first started our emergency kit we just used 2 liter bottles or recycled juice containers because they were free. A really easy (but more expensive) way to do it is using these Aqua-Tainers. They each hold seven gallons. So just get one for each member of your family and you'll have a week's supply of water! You can buy them online but they are cheaper locally at camping stores. We got ours on sale at Fleet Farm for around $10 each. We try to empty and refill them at least once a year. My husband carries them up and we use them to fill the washing machine for a load of laundry, refill them, and put them back in the basement. These are not really portable since they are super heavy (well over 50 lbs.) when full! So we try to keep at least one case of bottled water in the house too.

Twice in recent years we've had friends without water due to a water main break. These containers can come in handy for a non-emergency water situation like that too! Even if your neighbors don't have water you'll still be able to flush your toilets for a few hours with these on hand. Just don't forget to refill them when you're done.

I also keep one bottle of regular (plain) chlorine bleach in the basement. If for some reason we had a long term water emergency you can treat water by using 16 drops of regular (not scented or color safe) bleach per gallon of water.

#5 Wrench: Even if you aren't the handy type keep a wrench on hand that fits your gas and water valve shut offs. Don't turn off your gas unless absolutely necessary because the gas company will have to be called to turn it back on.

#6 Large Bucket with trash bags and toilet paper for "sanitation": Thankfully we've never had to use this! But we have it on hand just in case. You can get five gallon buckets from grocery stores or bakeries for free or very cheap. Ours is actually a large laundry detergent bucket. You can also buy buckets with toilet seats (like the Luggable Loo) but I figure why pay for something you can rig up for free. Toss a bottle of hand sanitizer in the bucket to be extra prepared!

#7 First Aid Kit: This can be as simple as a store bought one or you can put together on your own (we chose to put our own together). Either way it will need to be cleaned out and restocked every year or two. The dollar store is a great place to find inexpensive items for your kit. I also recommend getting a first aid book of some kind to put in the kit. You can almost always find a few copies of the Red Cross handbook at St. Vincent de Paul thrift store.

#8 Food: How much food you store is up to you. The emergency preparedness literature suggests you "store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food". And that you select foods that "require no refrigeration, preparation or cooking and little or no water".

Canned food is good because it can be eaten right out of the can, just don't forget to keep a manual can opener in your emergency kit. We don't have special food set aside for an emergency but since we have a stockpile we would definitely not starve! The menu might be strange if there was an emergency but we wouldn't go hungry. One of these days I would like to get a "grab and go" food pack together for an emergency that would take us away from home, but I haven't gotten around to it... mostly because the thought of it overwhelms me! 

#9 Extras: If you have babies or pets you'll want to store extra items for them. This is a good use for those formula samples that you get after you have a baby or free samples of pet food you can sign up for online.

Here are some resources for more information:
Ready Wisconsin
Ready Wisconsin Facebook page

To help your kids prepare:
Ready Kids (site for older kids)
Let's Get Ready (video and printables for little kids)
FEMA for Kids

Forgive me for the extra long post. This post is an edited version of a post from my personal blog, but it I thought it was good information and want all GB Savers readers to stay safe during Wisconsin's upcoming storm season!

Free Bag of Kraft with Touch of Philly Cheese

If you have a Kraft First Taste account be sure to log in to see if you were selected to receive a coupon for a free bag of Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philly (valued at $3.87). I just signed up for mine! If you aren't a member of Kraft First Taste you can read more about it here. It's a great way to get free stuff and great coupons!

Special thanks to GB Savers reader Candy for emailing me about this offer!

April 13, 2011

Piggly Wiggly Deals 4/13 - 4/19

Weekly Coupons with $5 Purchase:
Food Club Butter $1.89 (limit 1)
Food Club Eggs $.79 (limit 1)
Coke Products 12 pk 4/$10 (limit 4)

Special Coupon:
Cook's Ham $.69 per lb. with in-ad coupon and $25 purchase

Sale Items:
Red Grapes $1.29
Food Club Cream Cheese $.89
Hot Pockets $1.66 (Limit 6)
On-Cor Family Entrees $1.49 - $0.30/1 (3/6/2011 RP)
Roma Pizza $1.80
Food Club Frozen Veggies $.79
Food Club Flaky Biscuits $.99
Food Club Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls $1.49
Dean's Dipz $1.69 - $1/2 printable
Smart Ones Entrees $2 - $2/8 printable or $1/5 printable
M&M/Mars Candy Bars $.50 - B2G1 (3/13/2011 RP)
McCormick Grill Mates Marinade $.89 - $0.50/1 printable
Del Monte Canned Fruit $.99
Food Club Baking Chips $1.49
Kool-Aid Mix $.20 - $0.50/5 printable or B10G5 (3/13/2011 SS)

Exclusive Facebook Coupon (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
This week the exclusive coupons are only available on Facebook. Larry's Facebook here and Olsen's Facebook here.
  • FREE Food Club Frozen Whipped Topping
Click here for more helpful information about using coupons and shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Remember, Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and their ads occasionally don't match up, check your store ad for prices.

Festival One Day Meal Sale

Tomorrow, April 14th, Festival will have a one day meat sale from 8am to 9pm. The ad can be found on their website under the ads/coupon tab.  Here are a few highlights:

Country Style Pork Ribs $1.48 per lb.
Sun Chef Chicken Breasts 3# bag $4.88
Pork Sirloin Roasts $1.88 per lb.
Fresh Bone-in Chicken Breasts $.98 per lb.
Meatballs 1# pkg. $1.48

I'm not usually too impressed with Festival's one day meat sales. They usually have meat at the same prices during regular sales, but if you are looking to stock up on something in particular be sure to check it out!

April 8, 2011

Reminder: Free Document Shredding TOMORROW

Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow (Saturday) from 9am to noon you can bring up to five boxes of documents you would like shredded for FREE to the Central Library in downtown Green Bay. As part of the Library's "Money Smart Week" the shredding services are being donated by Cintas Document Management. If you have any documents to be shredded this would be a great opportunity to get rid of them!

April 6, 2011

Piggly Wiggly Deals 4/6 - 4/12

Great deals at Pig this week!

Coupon Bonanza (coupons to redeem with any $5 purchase):
Boneless Chicken Breasts $1.49 lb. (limit 3) STOCK UP!
PW Gallon Milk $1.99 (limit 1)
Food Club Granulated Sugar $1.89 (limit 1)
Baby Carrots $.79 (limit 3)
Navel Oranges 4# bag $1.99 (limit 2)
Whole White Mushrooms $.99 (limit 3)
Palermo's Pizza $1.49 (limit 2)
PW White Bread $.49 (limit 2)
Henri's Salad Dressing $.99 (limit 3)
Johnsonville Brats 3# box $6.99 (limit 2)
Deli Rotisserie Chicken $4.99 (limit 2)
Supreme Choice Cooked Shrimp 2# bag $8.99 (limit 2)
Dean's Ice Cream-pint size $.99 (limit 2)
Fresh Italian Bread $.89 (limit 2)
Creamette Pasta $.69 (limit 2)
Food Club Tuna $.33 (limit 3)
Cottonelle 12 ct $4.89 (limit 1) - $0.50/1 printable
Viva Paper Towels 6 ct. $4.89 (limit 1) - $0.40/1 (3/13/2011 SS) or $0.50/2 printable
Powerade $.59 (limit 4) -there's a BOGO coupon out there but Pig won't take it :(

Dollar Daze - All items below $1.00 (there's more check the ad!)
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad - $0.50/2 printable
Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta - $0.50/3 printable use code 63829897
Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce
Red Gold Tomatoes or Juice - $0.50/2 Red Gold Tomatoes
Hunt's Ketchup
Old Orchard Frozen Juice - $1/4 printable here or here
Banquet Frozen Dinners - $0.50/2 printable use code 63829897
Lyden Farms Potatoes
No Yolks Noodles - $0.50/1 (10/10/2010 SS)
Bagels Forever
Bounty Basic
Kleenex - $0.50/3 K(2/13/2011 SS) or B3G1 (2/13/2011 SS)
Renuzit Air Freshners - $0.55/3 printable

Sale Items
Kraft Mac $.60
Food Club Chunk or Shredded Cheese 16 oz. $2.99
Post Cereal $1.99 - $0.75/1 (3/13/2011 SS)
Vlasic Relish BOGO ~$.90 each - $.55/1 printable
Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent $1.99 - $1/2 printable
Suave Shampoo or Conditioner $.89 or FREE with 1800 Pig Points

Exclusive Facebook Coupon (w/ $10 purchase) this week:
This week the exclusive coupons are only available on Facebook. Larry's Facebook here and Olsen's Facebook here.
  • FREE 1 lb. Blue Bonnet Spread
Click here for more helpful information about using coupons and shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Remember, Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and their ads occasionally don't match up, check your store ad for prices.

April 5, 2011

Reminder: Money Smart Program at Central Library

Just wanted to remind you that The Brown County Library (Central Branch) is hosting Money Smart Week this week. Tonight's program is about saving money for your child's education and the program  tomorrow is about identity theft. I don't know about you but I got several emails yesterday from various companies stating the company they use to send emails (Epsilon) was compromised and my email address was accessed without authorization. I just might have to go tomorrow night! :)

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April 4, 2011

CVS $5 off $40

CVS wants to "give you five". Today only you can get a $5 off $40 CVS coupon!  First, if you don't already, like CVS on Facebook.  Then type in your email address and Extra Care card number. The email including the coupon usually comes right away. If you don't see it be sure to check your spam folder.

April 2, 2011

Double Double Daze Every Saturday Through 4/23

Exciting news!! Just got a call from Theresa who was shopping at Copps today. She saw a sign up that said Copps will be having Double Double Daze EVERY Saturday through April 23rd!

Mark Your Calendars: GBAMOM Rummage Sale

I'll remind you again as it gets closer but wanted to give you a heads up to mark your calendars!
The Green Bay Mothers of Multiples (GBAMOM) Club is having their HUGE Multi-Family Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 30th, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, at Resurrection Catholic Church School Gym (Corner of Libal and Hilltop in Allouez).

Several families will be selling...

Clothing: many brands, sorted by size,
newborn to juniors plus maternity

Toys of all kinds: Little Tykes, Fisher Price, Legos, etc.

Equipment: cribs, toddler beds, bedding, pack-n-plays, strollers,
swings, high, chairs, big outdoor/indoor toys, etc.

For more information or to sign up for email reminders visit the GBAMOM website.

April 1, 2011

Kwik Trip Deals

Between now and May 13, 2011, eggs and butter are on sale at great prices at Kwik Trip stores!  Eggs are .99 and butter is $1.99 per lb.  These are great prices - especially on butter. 

Did you know you can freeze butter?  Time to stock up!

Groupon Deal: Save 50% at The School House

Today's Groupon deal is $20 worth of educational toys, games, crafts, or books for only $10! Once purchased your Groupon expires Oct 4, 2011. Limit 1 per person. Can be used in-store only and not valid with other offers. Read the standard Groupon rules before you order.

You can order this deal through directly through Groupon or if you have a Swag Bucks account you can order it through the Daily Deals section and earn 160 "bucks".

If you haven't already joined Swagbucks... it just takes a few minutes. To learn more read: What is Swagbucks?