Go HERE to request a coupon booklet from ConAgra worth $17.00. This is a different offer from the rebate. ConAgra coupons are rare, so this will be a special treat. Some of theirprducts include Manwich, Hunts, & Orville Redenbacher, among others. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
I ran across this great rebate offer that I just have to share. It's great because it is on items that normally buy anyway. Just purchase $10 worth of any of the following products, submit the REBATE FORM and they will send you a coupon booklet worth $25. I would guess that this would then put you on their mailing list, and possibly eligible for offers in the future. Included products are: Orville Redenbacher's Banquet Crunch N Munch Snack Pack RO-TEL Hunt's Manwich Chef Boyardee Kid Cuisine Peter Pan
Have you been wanting to give the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner a try, but just do not want to pay that much for it? Go HERE to print a $7 off coupon and a coupon for Buy one refill, get one free. Then just look for the best deal in your area. Word has it that Walgreen's has a special right now, through 01/02/10, where you get a free refill with the purchase of the starter kit. So you could purchase the starter kit for 13.99 minus 7.00 coupon and get 2 free refills all for 6.99 plus tax. You could then submit it for a 5.00 rebate from SC Johnson, making your total cost 1.99 plus tax. Good Deal!
Do you have old ink cartridges lying around? I have been saving these things forever because a long time ago I heard that there was some sort of fundraiser associated with them and I just could not bring myself to throw them away. Well, never found out anything about the fundraiser but they have become a moneymaker for me. You can recycle up to 10 cartridges per month at Staples and they will give you $3 in Staples rewards per cartridge. Staples Rewards are store credit that you get via mail. Some of them come monthly, others quarterly. But you have to sign up for the program HERE. While there, I also took advantage of a special offer they are having right now on Duracell Batteries. I bought 2 20-packs of Duracell AA Batteries at 12.99 each and will receive the whole purchase price of 25.98 back in Staples Rewards. I already bought 2 packs a couple of weeks ago, so I am looking forward to receiving 81.96 back in Staples Rewards in January. Since I have a Kodak Printer, and the price of the ink is about the same everywhere, as determined by Kodak, this is a great way for me to stock up on ink.
While I was in Columbia doing some Christmas shopping, I decided to stop into Publix and stock up on a few things that they had on sale. I bought 16 cans of Hunts tomatoes, about 41¢ each, 8 boxes Kraft Mac & Cheese, 40¢ each; 5 BC Frostings 25¢ each; 2 bags of Popcorn Chicken, 2.24 each; 4 Pillsbury Ready to bake cookies @ 1.25 each, 1 Lunchable @ 45¢, 1 Sargento Cheese @ 1.11.
I went to Rite Aid yesterday to take advantage of their SCR offerings for the week. They did not have too much that interested me but I got a great deal on Nivea. Here is what I did.
Bought 3 Nivea Lip Balms @ 2.99 each, 1 Nivea Lotion @ 7.99, 1 Chapstick @ 2.99, and a bag of RA Cough Drops @ 69¢. I only bought the cough drops because I had a $5 off $20 purchase coupon that I wanted to use and my total was just a little under $20 without them.
Went to Bi-Lo yesterday for their BOGO deals. Got some really great buys. Bought large bags of Betty Crocker Cookie Mix for 20¢ each, Dole Pineapple cans 32¢ each, Jello Pudding 25¢ each, Bounty Basic Paper Towels 16¢ each, Hot Pockets 1.58 each, 2 Chore Boy Scrubbers free, and much more. Total before savings and coupons was 107.34; after savings and coupons was 44.51. Plus I earned 10¢ fuelperks! Great deals.
I went to CVS on Saturday for their Gillette Deal. I had a $5 off $30 purchase coupon that they had sent to my email and figured this would be a great way to use it. It would expire on Sunday. This is what I bought:
1 Gillette Fusion Razor (special pack with a small can of gel inside) 9.99
2 Gillette Body Washes @ 4.99 = 9.98
2 Gillette Deodorants @ 5.49 = 10.98.
Total value 30.95 + 1.82 tax
5 off 30
2 1.00 off deodorant
2 Free Body Wash when you buy deodorant
1 4.00 Fusion Razor
2.00 ECB (Had cashier enter it as 1.98)
Paid 1.82 tax
Got 10.00 ECB for Gillette deal (10.00 ecb w/25.00 purchase)
This offer is a little different from what I normally post, but it was too good not to share. In the Procter & Gamble newspaper insert for 11/29 there was a coupon for a free Olay lotion when you buy their body wash. I think that it is on sale for 5.99 at CVS this week. That's a great deal! However, in my email I received this link to download a rebate form to have the price of the lotion refunded! Ever heard of double-free? This could end up being a money-maker!
Go HERE to upload your child's (or grandchild's) picture and create a free personalized video message from Santa. I have not actually done this, but it looks really neat. It is an offer from Disney Family.
Go to Amazon.com for the best price when it comes to magazine subscriptions. Many of them are just $5 dollars. My latest snag was Cosmopolitan for just $5 for a year. Don't know if it is still available but many are. Some of them are: Marie Claire, Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Seventeen, Maxim. Check them out today for the best deals.
Right at Home is awarding the first 2000 people to register HERE each week a holiday gift basket containing products from the makers of Ziploc, Glade, and more. Only one gift will be allowed per household. Register now for this week's giveaway. If you do not win, go back each week through Dec. 21 to try again. Best days to register are Dec. 1, Dec. 8, & Dec. 15.
Once again, Victoria's Secrets is giving away a free pair of panties. I stopped into their store a few weeks ago to pick up a free pair from their last promo. They are comfy, comfy, comfy! Go HERE to sign up or log in to the pink nation to receivve your free coupon. It does require that you make a PINK purchase.
Amazon.com has a super sale right now through Monday. They have many magazine subscriptions on sale for just $5. Go HERE to see the deals. Titles include Southern Living, People Style Watch, Cosmopolitan, and more. I thought about buying an issue of Cosmo last month, until I saw the cover price of $4.50 plus tax. And now I can get a whole year for just $5. Sounds like a good deal to me.
Want a free photo book? Go HERE to Photoworks, click on "As seen on" in the middle of the page, and design yours today. The first 25000 to create their book and check out using the code "BONNIE" will get it for free.
I went on the VistaPrint site yesterday to take advantage of one of their free offers. After I had completed my order and checked out I had a tab that said the purchase qualified for a shipping rebate. I clicked on it and signed up for a 30-day free trial where they refund your shipping charges. You do have to mail in the request for the rebate. After 30 days, if I decide to keep the service, it will cost me $14.97 a month. There are thousands of online stores on their list that qualify for shipping rebates. Sounds like a good deal for holiday purchases. Go HERE to check it out & sign up for your free 30-day trial.
This calendar is free and comes to you in the mail. It features artwork from the 30's and 40's. After you order your sample calendar you will be offered the chance to join their book club, but it is not required. Go HERE to order your calendar now.
Seehere.com has some really great deals going on now that you don't want to miss. For today only go HERE and order anything on their site and get 50% off by using the code 2day. But this offer ends at midnight.
Also, in a separate order, you can get 50 FREE photo cards, just pay shipping. Go HERE to order those and use the code "new baby".
But remember, you do have to sign up to be able to use these codes. You can do that at the top of their website.
I stoppod in to CVS on Sunday, not expecting to get what I wanted, because many people shop the deals on Saturday night and I have towait til they re-stock. However, they had everything that I was looking for. I had my scenarios worked out, but had to do some regrouping because when I scanned my card at the CRT machine, it gave me a coupon for $5 off $25 purchase. No complaints here, just took some brainwork in the store. I am not going to list the separate transactions. Here is what I got:
4 12pks Pepsis
6 jars Ragu
2 ThermaCare Heatwraps
2 Glade Sense & Spray
Total Value CVS prices before sale: $138.75 plus tax
I made 1 trip to Rite Aid this week but did 2 separate transactions because I had 2 coupons that were $5 off a $25 purchase. I knew that my shopping list included enough to be almost $50 before coupons. Here is what I bought & their sale prices:
4 12pks of Quilted Northern Double Rolls Tissue @ $23.96
1 Kotex @ $2.99
1 Garnier Cleansing Towelettes @ $4.99
1 Crest Toothpaste @ $2.69
2 Renuzit Adjustable Air Fresheners @ .99
2 GE Smart Bulbs @ $4
1 Robitussin @ $6.99
2 Nair @ $6.49
2 Halloween Candies (fillers on Clearance) @ $1.94
I had $26.74 in coupons
Total spent was $23.31 + tax = $26.42
I will get back $13.69 in Rite Aid rebates.
I will also submit for 2 $5 rebates that include the Quilted Northern and the Nestle products that I bought a couple of weeks ago BOGO.
When I receive all the rebates my total for these 2 transactions will be $2.73, which is less than I paid for tax!
Prices before sale or coupons was $101.83 plus tax.
Did you know that when you buy your turkey at Bi-Lo, you will receive 10 fuelperks automatically. That is 10¢ off per gallon of gas (at participating stations) up to 20 gallons of gas. And to make that even better, Bi-lo has Honeysuckle Turkeys on sale for 49¢ per pound.
Wow! I went to Bi-Lo a few days ago and took advantage of their big BOGO sale. I bought $262.79 worth of groceries for $73.78. Of course, a huge part of the savings was BonusCard savings but $67 was coupons! I also have earned 15 fuelperks points this month. Look at this picture to see what I got. Country Crock Spread, free; Bertolli Pasta Sauce, 25¢; Dog treats, 11¢; BC Potatoes, free. Of course, there is so much there that it's hard to tell!
If you shop JC Penny, HERE is the coupon for you! And if you don't, it's a good one for you to use anyway! Print this coupon and you can save $10 off of a purchase of $25 or more! You can even use it to shop online by entering the code that is printed on the coupon. But you have to hurry. Coupon expires Monday, November 23rd.
Would you like to send a personalized card to our troops overseas to let them know just how much they are appreciated? Most of us don't know how to do this, or sometimes we just do not think of this as a possibility. You can go HERE. pick out a design, a message, (or write your own message) and submit it. It is then printed out by Xerox and turned over to the military support group Give2thetroops.com. This group then puts them in care packages that are going to the troops. These cards were designed by school children from around the country. They are amazing! What a GREAT idea.
Did you get your free t-shirt from Marlboro.com? If not, it's not to late. Sign up and design your own. If you did get your t-shirt you can go back onto the site and log in. You can then get a free "portable ashtray". Even if you are not a smoker, this may be a good small gift for someone who is.
Last week when I was on the Outback website trying to figure out why I did not get my Bloomin' Onion coupon and how I might could get it, I signed up to play Fantasy Football and chose a team. Since the games are only played on Wednesday and I know nothing about football, I just did not think any more about it. I then contacted Outback via email and received my coupon for my Bloomin Onion. Today I had a nice surprise in my email. Fantasy Football was yesterday, and, of course, my team did not win, but for signing up I had a coupon for another Bloomin Onion. Maybe they know how much I love them! So, if you missed the first offer, or just want to try for another one, go to their site and sign up for Fantasy Football. You could get a nice surprise next week! Also, while you're on their site, if you are planning to buy any Outback Gift Cards for the holidays, they are offering a free $20 Bonus card when you buy $100 worth of gift cards. That's a good deal fr anyone who goes there regularly. Buy $100 in gift cards for yourself and get another $20 card. That's a sweet deal!
Below I have listed the sale items with the coupons that are available for those items. Please be aware that all coupons are not available in all areas. Also, there are many more coupons out there in the form of magazine coupons, peelies, tearpads, hangtags, etc. I have listed only the coupons that are printable or are in newspaper inserts. Insert Codes:
SS = Smartsource RP = Red Plum PG = Proctor & Gamble
Listings are: Item, Sale Price. Coupons Available, Where they can be found
Did you know that Cracker Barrel has a rewards program? Go HERE to sign up and receive $5 off your next purchase of $20 or more. Also as a member of FRONT PORCH FRIENDS, for every $100 you spend (accumulative, excluding taxes and gratuities) dining or shopping in the store, or if you visit 4 times during a season (season is 3 months: Oct.-Dec., etc.) you will receive a reward. Rewards change each season. The rewards this season are: a country dinner plate, a bag of Cracker Barrel's Signature Coffee, or a Cracker Barrel music CD.
The mug you see in the photos is actually the one I got from Kodak last week, along with 42 photo prints. I paid shipping.
2 porcelain filigree ornaments with my sons' newborn photos. Only one is shown. Thanks to my older son and a couple of friends for allowing me to use their credits.
A free photo book with 15 extra pages. I paid a few extra dollars because I wanted even more pages. I designed it to cover my sons' first 10 years. I had to pay for the additional pages and $1.99 shipping.
2 personally designed t-shirts from Marlboro.com, one for my husband and one for myself.
$75 gift cards from Charter Communications for Outback. This was a card they sent out a few months ago and I was able to choose which card I wanted. It's about time they gave me something, as much as I pay them every month.
Sample of Rachel Ray Dog Food. My dog gobbled it right up.
Not pictured are the freebies I got from Rite Aid. I got 2 packs of Carefree and 2 bottles of Herbal Essence Shampoo. They were on sale and I had coupons that covered the full costs. All I had to pay was tax.
A small "cookbook" with lots of recipes using olives. Too bad I don't like them.