Jewel clearance

photo.JPGLots of frozen food in the clearance end cap – check your own store!  My Jewel had both original and maple varieties of both the link and patty Day Starts and more than just the flat bread version I purchased.  Sausages alone were 75¢, while the breakfast flatbreads (and other varieties) were $1.25.  No coupons, but still cheap, even if nothing turns up within the next 60 days.  The flatbread one is pretty tasty (just tried it).  Nuke 90 seconds on the little reflecting tray and you’re good to go!


photo.JPGHere’s what I’m trying to run this week at Walgreens, but I’m running into an issue with dates – two Walgreens had most Joint Flex stock expired by months. ugh. Make sure you do NOT buy the product shown in the ad – that’s the old packaging. The new one is the darker blue background pictured above.

First purchase was the MG217 for $6. Paid with $1 pdf coupon, 5,000 points and tax and got a $6 RR. Which I used to buy the Joint Flex for $8.99 less the $6 RR. Paid $3 and tax and earned 5,000 points which I used to buy another MG217. While I don’t like actually paying for stuff, these are both pretty high-value items and worth more than the $1.75, approximately, I’m paying for the two.

$5 tickets to Halloween @ the Adler: Curse of the Blood Moon

unnamedWho knows what lurks in the dark planetarium? For one night only, terror takes over the Adler’s Grainger Sky Theater with The Curse of the Blood Moon. This Halloween fright show combines live theater, 360-degree visualizations and hair-raising drama. You’ll explore the autumnal night sky as a live guide recounts historic cosmic events — from planetary alignments, to meteor showers and comets — that unnerved ancient civilizations and resulted in fatal outcomes. In a unique blend of special effects, audio design and dramatic live theater, you’ll witness horror unfolding all around you in the oldest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere. If you survive the blood moon’s curse, you can continue the frightening fun with a Scream Photo Booth, Museum Flashlight Tour and a Slime Science demo.

Goldstar has $5 tickets for all 30 minute shows on Thursday, October 30 – there is a $2.50 service fee (but that’s still less than the regular $10 ticket price).

Monday’s mags: Entrepreneur, Glamour & Yoga Journal

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livingsocial fitness club offers

unnamedHere’s a list of a few fitness clubs and programs I see on livingsocial – click any link and you’ll see more in your area as well.

1- or 3-Month Membership + Unlimited Fitness Classes to the Addison Park District – rates start at $19.

Month of Unlimited Group Fitness Classes at CrossTown Fitness Chicago for $45.

Two-Month All-Access Gym Membership or Ten Fitness Classes at One of Three Locations of Cheetah Gym Chicago.

1-Month Tennis Club Membership; or 10 Weeks of Early-Bird or Midday Scheduled Court Time at the Oak Brook Tennis Center – rates start at $15.

Six Group Classes; or Six On-Ramp Classes and Two Weeks of Unlimited CrossFit at CrossFit Lemont. Rates start at $39.