Check your Jewel freezers for clearance deals on Alexia products, too. I missed out on the onion rings (shelf tag taunted me), but grabbed two bags of these sweet potato fries for $2.48 each. I’ll return with the 55¢ coupons from 4/6 SS…wait, you didn’t think i’d pay retail, did you?
And remember, you can always return to Jewel within 60 days with your coupons and receipts and post-redeem, which is what I do most of the time when I see a great price/deal. Use the Find a Coupon tab at the top of the page just like I do.
Lots of Mrs. Smith pies in the clearance freezer end cap at the Lisle Jewel – pumpkin pie was only $2.48, while cherry and two apple varieties were $3.48. Use the $1 coupon from 4/13 S (cover says Healthy Essentials – ’cause pie is essential, right?) to get them even cheaper!
Remember when these Recipe Inspirations contained enough to inspire? They’ve dropped a couple of dress sizes (from a six to a 3), are on sale at Jewel for 79¢ AND you get a game piece for each one. Use the 75¢ McCormick spice coupon from the 4/6 rp (inside front cover) and pay 4¢. I used to get their big brothers for free…
Someone had asked about a deal on the Aquafina flavorsplash drinks – had read something on MUM…I checked both the weekly ad and the new Big Book of Savings (ha!) and found nothing, but stopped at Jewel justincase.
No shelf tags, but I grabbed two anyway and had them scanned: each range at 50¢. Use the BOGO coupon from 1/26 S (we had two inserts in Chicago that week, so check both) and get them for 25¢ each. Three varieties were berry loco, peelin’ good and color me kiwi. These are only 16.9 oz bottles, but I’ll refill them cause they’ll fit in a car’s cup holders and the 1L bottles won’t.
Target also has a coupon for $1 off Post dry cereal (this has not reset, so if you printed it earlier, you’re SOL), which has the Honey Bunches of Oats Energy variety on a temporary price cut to $2.55 a box through 4/5 (this has been the same price at every Target I’ve visited, but apparently I live a charmed life). Use this $1 Post printable and pay 55¢ (If you don’t see it as the first coupon, change zip to 77477. If you use your REDcard you’ll save 5%. Jewel will have this on sale 2/$5 starting tomorrow, but if you are collecting as many Target gift cards as I am, much better at Target! and yes, i know i can combine them into one card, but i was over $100 earlier today!
The last batch of the FREE 12 pack coupons from MyCokeRewards expires today. I always keep the freebie coupon in their own special pouch ’cause, well, they’re special! Since I had quite a few of the 3/31/14 coupons, I picked up 15 Mueller yogurts, 3 packs of Diet Coke, 6 pouches of Bumble Bee Albacore Tuna at Jewel and paid $3.42. Why so much? I only had a couple of the Coke coupons left, so sometimes you have to pay for food, unfair though it might seem.
One more display case of the little Tide bottles from Jewel – 36 in all. Total OOP was $1.26. Yuck, boring picture and having to pay for doing laundry is just plain wrong! We need more women in charge in this country!
You see here (’cause I’m not neat like Rachel…well I’m not neat like – oh hell, I’m a slob!) 27 bottles of yummy Suja Elements juice, a dozen cage-free, vegetarian eggs and a gallon of whole organic milk. Total OOP was $1.11. I used this $1.50 Facebook coupon (you don’t have to like them), printed twice, click on this $1.00 off ONE Tide Ultra Stain Release Detergent even if you’ve printed it before, because you need to get to the main coupon page so you can switch zip codes to 77477 and print two more $1.50 coupons under beverages, then finally print two more $1.50 coupons on the Sujajuice.com website. Lots of switching, but this is fantastic juice! And now that you’re at $1 a bottle, use this $1 Whole Foods store coupon to get it for FREE and pay less tax, too! Remember, if you buy over 12 bottles (any variety), you’ll get a 10% case discount, which accounts for the freebie milk and eggs. Since this juice has gone on sale now a few times, I’d definitely print out the mfr coupons since they’ll be gone soon. Also, the link to Whole Foods is for the entire list with expiration dates of May 31, 2014.
Rachel and I had stopped in earlier (she really needs to brush up on her coupon usage – - it’s embarrassing having to wait for her…) and I saw this big sign on the back endcap. Don’t know what made me snap it, ’cause I planned to return within a couple of hours,but I’m sure glad I did: The juice was rinigng up at $4.99 and the signs had been removed. Double happy-dance time! Although in all fairness, no one was other than pleasant and polite and never insisted on seeing proof of the sale. And If’ve found this to be the case each and every time I’ve shopped there.
$1 Tide coupons have reset – print and grab more free bottles at Jewel, where they are selling for 99¢ – Target had them for $2.99 (that 2 is not a typo!). These are 10 oz/5 load bottles, perfect for hauling to the laundromat. Remember, it’s two prints per computer, not printer.
Wanted to run a price match on the El Monterey breakfast burritos but the Glen Ellyn Walmart is such a clusterf**k during construction that you go from being carded for booze when you first walk in to being asked if you need help to your car by the time you check out. Sucks the life force out of you faster than raising children will.
I “only” had six of the $5.00 off any two Almay Cosmetic Products, but used the overage from the make-up removers to grab a couple of bags of taters, Tootsie Roll Pops, a Hello Kitty notebook and a birthday card for PITA – total OOP was -$5.39, which I had them put back on my gift card. Still no Hydroxy shakes on the shelf or in the back.
Stopped in at Jewel because I had a few more Tide coupons to use. Jewel has the breakfast burritos for a buck and used the $1.00 off any one El Monterey Breakfast Burrito, so free, and definitely not worth my time and gas to drive to Meijer or a larger Walmart for 12¢ overage! I got $1 overage from the $3 cheez doodles printable (1 day coupon offer only), used one $2/3 and a bunch of the $1 Tide printables. OOP was 94¢
Stopped at the Lisle Food Pantry to drop off more Caress soap and some plush toys for Easter baskets; told them to expect some nice things to come their way from the April 19th coupon/stockpile swap at the Lisle Library.
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rag o’ Tide… OOP was $2.15. Lately, the only thing I’ve been getting at Jewel, other than Tide, is WIN 2 FREE Monopoly tickets. rinse and repeat
The printables scan for .99, so manual override necessary, but no big deal. Make sure you have something to use up the penny overage (that’s why my total was so high).
$1.00 off ONE Tide Plus Collection Detergent
$1.00 off ONE Tide Ultra Stain Release Detergent