Posted: April 1, 2010
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Walgreens has Hershey Candy Bars on sale for .39 (with in-ad coupon, limit 6)
use  .55/1 Reese’s Dark Peanut Butter Cups (SS-3/14)
Final Price $0.16 Moneymaker!

Thanks Tight Wad in Utah!

Posted: April 1, 2010
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Go here to get details for a great event and a GIVEAWAY!

After you enter atleast once come back here and leave a comment for a 4th entry!

Yeah for free stuff!!

Posted: April 1, 2010
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“Fill your cart” Grocery Store & Coupon Deals

Every Wednesday select the category “Coupon Match Ups” to view this list of new coupon match-ups done by hard-working bloggers.

Sorry it was late this week…

I don’t have time to post all the hot grocery store deals out there, so if you found a great deal leave a link or comment below!

Posted: April 1, 2010
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I had fun at Walmart today. See some of the best deals scenerios I did here. In addition to those, I got to use my $3/1 Snuggle coupons (everywhere else was OUT!). Snuggle 70 ct. fabric sheets were $3.48, 50 load fabric softener was $3.98.  And I noticed my $3/1 Huggies coupons were about to expire so I used those up too.

I saved $49 in coupons alone (go here to see which ones I used)

I saved another $22 buy buying items on great rollback prices

I spent $41.10, $5 sales tax, before coupons/rollback prices would have been $118.10!

Posted: April 1, 2010
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All eCoupons have been reset! I just load all of them on my card on the first of the month, then I don’t have to worry about doing it right before I go shopping! What’s an eCoupon? Read here and find out which stores these work with.

Go to Cellfire.com and enter in your store loyalty card #, then click on the new eCoupons to add them to your card.

Go to UPromise.com and enter in your store loyalty card #, then click on “coupons & deals” then “Grocery eCoupons”.  Then you select ALL the eCoupons.

Coupons on UPromise for this entire month (these are only updated monthly, so this list won’t change at all this month:)

Buy 1 Jays Potato Chips, any variety, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy any 1 Padrino Tortilla Chips 12oz or larger, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 1 Snyder’s of Hanover 22ct Variety Sack, save $2.00 for college $2.00
Buy any 1 Grande Tortilla Chips 12oz or larger, save $1.50 for college $1.50
Buy any 1 Snyder’s of Hanover Tortilla Chips 16oz, save $0.75 for college $0.75
Buy any 1 Multipack Chiquita Bites 5/2.2oz bags, located in the produce section, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy 1 package of Farmland Cubed, Diced or Julienne Ham or Turkey, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 package of Farmland Special Select Ham Steaks, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 Fisher Culinary Touch Cooking and Baking Nut Blend, save $0.55 for college. Create confidently with Fisher Nuts $0.55
Buy 1 Fisher Chef’s Naturals Baking Nuts 4oz or larger, save $0.55 for college. Create confidently with Fisher Nuts $0.55
Buy 1 package of Farmland Deli Style Sliced Ham or Turkey, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 package of Farmland Special Select Sliced Ham or Turkey, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 Fisher Snack Almonds, Cashews, mixed Nuts and Pecans, 5oz or larger, save $0.55 for college $0.55
Buy any 1 Elmer’s Foam Board or Project Display Board, save $0.55 for college $0.55
Buy any 2 Chiquita Bites Singles, located in the produce section, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 1 Chiquita Bites Family Pack 14oz, located in the produce section, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 1 Instant Krazy Glue, save $0.50 for college! All purpose gel is perfect for gluing porous materials. For an instant bond that stays strong, nothing beats Krazy Glue! $0.50
Buy any 1 Elmer’s 3D Paint Pens, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy 1 BIC® Hybrid Advance™, save $1.50 for college $1.50
Buy 1 BIC® Flex4™, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 1 Elmer’s Glue-All, save $0.75 college $0.75
Buy any 1 Charmin MegaRoll, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy any 1 Bounty Paper Towels 6ct or larger, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 Charmin Sensitive, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 1 Resolve® Fabric Treatment, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy any 1 Resolve® Bright & White, save $1.50 for college $1.50
Buy 1 Konsyl Fiber Supplement, save $3.00 for college. Go to www.Konsyl.com to find a retailer near you OR make an on-line purchase and receive a comparable discount, by using code U3 to save $3.00 at the Konsyl web store $3.00
Buy 1 Charmin Fresh Mates, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy any 2 Marzetti Refrigerated Dips, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy 1 Wacky Mac & Cheese Dinner, save $0.50 for college. Look for Wacky Mac & Cheese Dinner in the Kosher aisle of your grocer. $0.50
Buy any 2 Marzetti Refrigerated Dressings, save $1.00 for college $1.00
Buy 3 Cabot Cheese bars in your grocer’s dairy section, save $1.25 for college $1.25
Buy any 1 New York Brand Frozen Product, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 Wacky Mac Multi-Shaped and Multi-Colored Pasta, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy 1 No Yolks Egg White Pasta, save $0.50 for college $0.50
Buy any 1 Sister Schubert’s Food Item save $0.75 for college $0.75

The following have new printable coupons:

Rite Aid Video Values (new $5/20!)
Redplum.com
Smartsource.com

New  or reset on Coupons.com:

$0.75/1 – Gold and Plump Natural Chicken
$0.75/1 – Ball Park Angus Product
$20/1 – Nivea Body Wash for Women
$1/2 – Dannon Fit and Light 4 packs
$1/1 – Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue, 8 Rolls
$1/1 – Scott Long Lasting Mega Rolls, 4 Rolls
$0.55/1 – Challenge Butter
B1G1 FREE – Lifesavers Strings and Rings
$1/1 Cascadian Farms Products
$1/2 – Kelloggs Frosted Mini Wheats
$1/1 – 8th Continent Soy Milk, Half Gallon
$1/4 – Old Orchard Juice Concentrate
$1/1 So Delicious Coconut Milk, Half Gallon

Posted: April 1, 2010
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I was just at Walmart and found some cuckoo deals:

Strawberries $1.25/lb

Airwick Freshmatic iMotion $5.68
– $5/1 (S 3/7)
Final Price = $.68!

Travel size games $5.24
– $4/1 Hungry Hungry hippos printable coupon
– $4/1 Connect 4 (S 3/21)
Final Price = $1.24

Pampers Cruisers w/ Dry Max Jumbo Pack $8
– $2/1 (RP 3/14) This coupon says “cruisers” on it, and did not beep.
Final Price = $6

Please go HERE to view a list of Walmart coupon deals that have been confirmed in Utah.

(more…)

Posted: April 1, 2010
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Get a free photo book from Hotprints.com (upload your own photos) and they’ll mail it to you FREE! You can do this once per month.  There will be advertiser’s ads in them, but they are preforated on separate pages that you can tear out! Free + free shipping = great father’s or mother’s day presents!

Thanks, Amy!!

FREE Dr. Scholl’s® For Her Insole by mail. You must become a fan and wait for a long time for the page to load.

Thanks, Jenna!

Free Butterfinger Bar

Thanks, Mojosavings!

Posted: April 1, 2010
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Coupons.com has a new $1/1 Any Cascadian Farm product

Stack that with Whole Foods $1/1 Cascadian Farm Cereal or bars to get $2 off!

I’ve contacted the Salt Lake store and they will stack.  In my experience they are VERY coupon friendly.

Posted: March 31, 2010
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Click on the picture to get this album for FREE from Walmart!

When you get to the site search for INO Records.  There is also a FREE MP3 Easter Sountrack!! (on main page)

Posted: March 31, 2010
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Every Thursday Sunflower Market offers 20% off your entire order for Orem students!

Go here to see their ad.

You can see the coupon match-up here.  They have some great organic deals!

Posted: March 31, 2010
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My goal was $200 but I spent $274.02.  I still consider this a victory, as long as it’s below $300. 🙂  We are a family of 4 with 2 in diapers.  We used to spend $600, and that was a good month.   Truth be told I’m not sure what we were spending.  I decided in January that we needed a change.  I had been doing really well with coupons for awhile so I thought I would just try and do $200 to see if it was even possible.  We ended up spending $218.66, that’s INCLUDING toiletries, AND I currently only have 1 newspaper subscription.   I also have a love for Costco.  It’s like Disneyland to me.  So I decided to make $200 my goal for odd months and $300 for even.  This makes it so I can still go to Costco and not feel guilty about it…although I have to be careful, very careful.:)

I’ve also been acquiring and using our food storage.  I always thought we needed more money to get a decent supply, but cutting our budget has increased our storage!  Of course this takes planning and couponing, but that’s all part of the fun.  The next biggest help is just writing it down.  Keeping a record of spending helps reign me in.

I also can’t believe how much better we eat!  Planning makes all the difference!  Less waste…. You can go here to see some of the recipes I’ve used.

What do you do??  I would love to hear your family size and your budget amount.

Posted: March 31, 2010
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GO here and read about how to get it – I already got it 🙂

Go here to learn more about swags if you are scratching your head at what I’m talking about – because I know some of you are 🙂

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