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Deals of the Week for October 12, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has TWO inserts: RedPlum (RP) and SmartSource (SS.) The Parade magazine also has some manufacturer coupons. Need a deal on Sunday Chicago Tribune home delivery? Get it at home for just .75 per week!

New blog giveaway this week: Enter to win a Holland House Cooking Wine Grilling Kit! This great kit comes with grill tools and all kinds of gear for the grillmaster of your home or next tailgating event!

Users of Walmart's Savings Catcher app will want to know that Walmart is offering DOUBLE Savings Catcher rewards when you load the rewards to a Bluebird card.

Subscribe to my blog via email and you'll receive one email each day detailing any new deals and matchups. Your email address will never be sold, and you won't receive spam:

Have a great week of shopping and saving!


All You


Jill reviews it: One year with Wen Hair Care

In 2013, I began reviewing Wen for one month with week-by-week updates for my blog readers. After the first month, I did a six-month check-in post. I've now been using Wen for 16 months, and I continue to use Wen regularly. I purchase Wen for my own use and have not been compensated for writing about my experiences with it. This post contains affiliate links.

On June 24th, 2013 I began using Wen Hair Care products. If you're unfamiliar with Wen (and it would be difficult to be -- their informercials and ads are everywhere) Wen cleansing conditioner replaces your former routine of lather-rinse-repeat with shampoo and conditioner.

I've had dry, wild and brittle hair for most of my adult life, and the allure of having soft, shiny hair seemed too good to be true. While Wen is pricey (when it's not on sale, it's close to $30 for a one-month supply,) its money-back guarantee gave me the confidence to give it a try.

For the first month I used Wen, I blogged each week about my results with it. That series of posts begins here if you're interested, and if you're reading this before reading those, go back and check those out too. They're very detailed with all of my first-months observations on the changes in my hair.

As a refresher, this was my before picture from June 2013 -- the last time I washed my hair with regular shampoo. (Considering how healthy my hair is now, this is painful to look at again..!)

This is a photo of my hair taken today in October, 2014:

I could not be happier with the condition of my hair. Wen improved the softness and shine of my hair from the first time I washed with it, but its texture has changed so much over the past year too. It's thicker, softer, and I simply don't get split ends the way I used to with regular shampoo. Instead of my hair tapering off to thin, weak ends, it's thick from the roots to the tips.

My hair feels very silky, but it's also got plenty of body and bounce. I have always wanted to grow my hair longer, but my hair would simply break off when it got to a certain length because the ends would be so damaged. Over the past 16 months, I've been getting trims pretty regularly to get the ends back to a healthy state. It's been about 2 1/2 months since I had my hair trimmed in these most recent photos, and I think you can see how healthy the ends look now. I'm looking forward to seeing more healthy hair growth over the months ahead.


My Jewel-Osco #StockUpSale trip for this week...

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco to help promote this week's #StockUpSale. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

Jewel-Osco's #StockUpSale continues through October 14th! Here's what I picked up this week:

- Four boxes of Fiora facial tissue on sale for $1 each. I used two $1-off-2 coupons from the 10/5 RP1 and paid .50 per box!

- Two strips of Fleischmann's pizza yeast on sale for $1.50 each. I used two $1 coupons from the 9/28 RP and paid .50 per strip.

- One can of Planter's salted caramel peanuts on sale for $1.50. I used a $1 coupon that I picked up at a NASCAR event and paid .50!

- Four cans of Wolf Chili on sale for .80 each as part of the "Buy 10" sale. I used four .40 coupons from the 9/21 SS and paid .40 per can!

- Six cans of Hunt's fire roasted tomatoes on sale for .80 each as part of the "Buy 10" sale. I used two .40-off-3 coupons from the 9/21 SS and dropped these to about .67 per can!

- Three bags of Snickers and Milky Way Halloween candy on sale for $3 each. I used a $1.50-off-3 from the 9/14 RP (10/5 RP1's got one too) and paid $2.50 per bag.

- Four bags of Jolly Ranchers and Twizzlers Halloween candy on sale for $2.50 each. I used two $1.60-off-2 printables and paid $1.70 per bag.

- Two loaves of Butternut bread on sale for $1.60 each. I used two .35 coupons from the 9/28 RP and paid $1.34 per loaf.


Our garden: Apparently not finished yet!

We always enjoy growing a garden every year, but as fall approached, things were winding down. Weeks ago, I cut down the cornstalks, picked the last tomatoes, and cut our pumpkins off the vine. I also thought we'd picked the last of our green beans. Our beans bloomed and regrew three times this year, which I was thrilled about. I haven't gotten around to pulling the bean poles out of the garden yet though.

Today, my sons were out in the yard playing, and they started shouting through the window, "Mom! We have more beans!"

And indeed, we did.

The boys picked enough beans for us to enjoy with tonight's dinner! I'm so surprised that we are still getting beans. Many of them have new flowers on them right now, so we'll be playing beat the clock (and beat the frost!) to see if they are going to produce yet again.

We still have broccoli going strong too, but that usually continues into fall. What's growing in your garden these days?


GIVEAWAY: Win a Holland House Cooking Wine Grilling Kit!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Holland House. I have been compensated for this post.

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winner is funni5!

Super-Couponers, the weather may be getting cooler, but that doesn't mean grilling season's over! Fall is one of my favorite times of year to fire up the grill. It's also a great time to try out new recipes for the grill.

Holland House cooking wines invite you to do just that -- try out a new marinade or recipe and infuse your favorite grillable meats with delicious flavors. One of my readers will win a Holland House Cooking Wine Grilling Kit! If you're the winner, you'll receive this incredible kit, which contains:

  • 4-piece Holland House wood-handle Norwood grill tools kit with carrying case:
    • Spatula
    • Roasting Fork
    • Tongs
    • Grill Brush
  • Grill apron, cooking mitt and potholder set
  • Holland House soft-sided Koozie brand cooler with built-in bottle opener
  • An assortment of Holland House cooking wines, such as:
    • Holland House Sherry cooking wine
    • Holland House White cooking wine with lemon
    • Holland House Red cooking wine
    • Holland House Marsala cooking wine

This portable cooler is brimming with about $100 worth of grilling tools and Holland House Cooking Wine products -- perfect for tailgating or chefs on-the-go!

For a chance to win this Holland House Cooking Wine Grilling Kit, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! (Feel free to share your favorite grilling tip if you'd like!) This giveaway begins today, October 9, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on October 15, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on October 16, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!


Deals of the Week for October 5, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has FOUR inserts - SmartSource (SS), two RedPlum (RP1 and RP2), and a one-page Procter & Gamble (PG.) Need a deal on Sunday Chicago Tribune home delivery? Get it at home for just .75 per week!

New blog giveaway this week: Enter to win a gift pack from Truvia Brown Sugar Blend!

New coupon app to try: Groupon launched their own money-back coupon app this week, Snap By Groupon. You can use it as an app or over the web.

Subscribe to my blog via email and you'll receive one email each day detailing any new deals and matchups. Your email address will never be sold, and you won't receive spam:

Have a great week of shopping and saving!


All You


Shopping Jewel-Osco's #StockUpSale today... and some clearance finds too!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco to help promote this week's #StockUpSale. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

I went to Jewel today to take advantage of some of their #StockUpSale deals and sale items, and I also found some good clearance buys while I was there too.

First, the #StockUpSale deals:

- There's a Keebler "Buy 10 and they're $1.99 each" sale running, and a variety of cookies and treats are tagged in the store. I bought ten boxes (yes, we like our cookies over here..!) I used ten $1.50 printables from Kellogg's Family Rewards and paid .49 per box!

- I bought five 8oz. Kraft chunk cheeses for $1.99 each. Through 10/5, the National Catalina continues -- buying five at $1.99 cost $9.95. I got a $3 Catalina for my next shopping trip. That works out to $6.95 for five, or just $1.39 each!

- I bought a 24oz. bag of Johnsonville meatballs which was on sale for $6.99. Last week I got a Catalina coupon for $3 off, so I paid $3.99.

- I also picked up a can of Hunt's tomato sauce -- FREE through 10/5 with the SavingStar ecoupon!

What clearance items did I find? I've been finding quite a few good things lately in my Jewel store's clearance section, and today was no exception. I found...


Which receipt would YOU rather scan? A tip for receipt-redemption apps

With the popularity (and prevalence) of receipt-redemption coupon apps, you may be finding yourself taking more and more photographs or scans of your store receipts in exchange for cash back. To name a few:

One issue that I've been hearing about recently from my readers and class participants is that it's time-consuming and somewhat frustrating to photograph long receipts, as the receipts need to be broken into a series of photographs. I agree! Let me share with you one of my tips for simplifying this process...

When you're in the checkout lane, separate the items you'll be redeeming via receipt apps. Place the order divider bar between them, and simply ask the cashier to split your transaction into two orders. Check out with the majority of your groceries being paid for in the first transaction. Next, the cashier will ring up your app deal items on a separate receipt -- one that's likely to be much shorter!


Which receipt would you rather scan with your smartphone?
(And yes, one is a Jewel receipt and one is a CVS receipt -- but I'm using these for illustrative purposes!)

Another benefit -- if you have concerns about someone else seeing your entire purchase history on your receipt, reducing your app-coupon receipts to the smallest possible size also will contain a smaller list of items purchased.


Snap By Groupon: Another new receipt-redemption coupon app!

Receipt-redemption coupon apps, which give you cash back for taking a photo of your shopping receipt, seem to be popping up everywhere. If you like Checkout 51, Ibotta, SavingStar or Shopmium, here's another new one you're going to want to add to your smartphone or tablet...

Snap By Groupon is a new receipt redemption app! You likely know how apps like this work by now -- shop for the items featured in this week's deals, then take a photo of your receipt after your trip. Upload it via the app, and you'll get cash back!

Like Checkout 51, when your Snap by Groupon balance reaches $20.00, you can request a check that will be mailed to you.

This week, my offers include:

- $1 off any gallon of milk
- $1 off any bread
- $3 off Huggies diapers
- $2 off Huggies wipes
- $1 off I Can't Believe It's Not Butter
- $1 off Glad trash bags
- $1.50 off Finish Powerball

... and more! As Snap by Groupon is brand-new, I don't know if we all get the same offers. Feel free to chime in below and let me know if you've got anything good that I haven't got!

Interestingly, you can use most of these offers multiple times too unless the offer specifically prohibits it. I can see parents with young kids enjoying using those Huggies discounts over and over this week, especially for the wipes..!

Nothing in Snap by Groupon's terms of use prohibit stacking these offers with manufacturer coupons.

Sign up for Snap by Groupon here! You can use this one over the web too if you're not an app person -- simply use a digital camera or scanner to upload your receipt.


GIVEAWAY: Win a gift pack from Truvia Brown Sugar Blend!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Truvia. I have been compensated for this giveaway.

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winner is leigh.sapp!

Truvía® is an all-natural Stevia-based sweetener that's a great alternative to sugar! You may be familiar with Truvía® sweetener, but did you know that Truvia also has a new Brown Sugar Blend variety? Truvía® Brown Sugar Blend is a delicious blend of Truvía® natural sweetener and brown sugar. It has the texture, moisture and brown sugar taste you love, but with 75% fewer calories.

Baked goods made with Truvía Brown Sugar Blend have brown-sugar-like texture and moistness, and they'll bake and brown like recipes that are made with brown sugar. Truvía has a gift pack to give away to one of my readers. One Super-Couponer will win a one-pound bag of Truvía Brown Sugar Blend, an assortment of Truvía products, and some fun Truvía swag too!

For a chance to win this Truvía Brown Sugar Blend gift pack, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! This Truvia giveaway begins today, October 2, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on October 8, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on October 9, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!


Attend a Super-Couponing workshop in Plainfield, Illinois tonight!

Make plans to attend a Super-Couponing workshop in 2014 and resolve to save even more money!

Super-Couponing combines the best techniques for following sales with using newspaper and internet coupons to their fullest advantage. It's easy, it's fun... and it saves you BIG money! Super-Couponing will change the way you shop... forever!

Wednesday, October 1 @ 7:00pm - Plainfield, IL
Super-Couponing
Plainfield Public Library
15025 S. Illinois St. Plainfield, IL 60544
For more information, call 815-436-6639


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Readers share money-saving travel tips

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Readers share money-saving travel tips." Here's an excerpt:

"Sometimes a three cornered trip is cheaper than just flying to and from your destination. My company was sending me on a trip from Houston to Chicago, and I asked if I could pay for a stopover in Detroit to visit a friend if I paid for the extra leg. The three-step trip was cheaper than the originally planned trip. Not only did my company save money, I got a free trip!"

Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.


Deals of the Week for September 28, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

My Super-Couponing workshop comes to Plainfield, Illinois this Wednesday, October 1st! More info here.

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has THREE inserts - SmartSource (SS), RedPlum (RP), and Procter & Gamble (PG.) Need a deal on Sunday Chicago Tribune home delivery? Get it at home for just .75 per week!

Subscribe to my blog via email and you'll receive one email each day detailing any new deals and matchups. Your email address will never be sold, and you won't receive spam:

Have a great week of shopping and saving!


All You


CIC issues printable coupon fraud alert; Facebook shuts down coupon resale groups

A couple of coupon-related headlines:

First, the Coupon Information Center has issued a new alert regarding counterfeit printable coupons. There's apparently been a rash of new counterfeit printables hitting stores, and especially if you work at a retailer or are a cashier, you may want to familiarize yourself with some of the kinds of new fakes that are circulating. You can view some of them at this link -- printable coupons for $9.30 off Tide, $3.50 off a 12-pack of Coke and others should raise red flags if they're presented at the register.

If you print coupons from legitimate sources (like Coupons.com, Smartsource.com, and RedPlum.com) you have nothing to worry about. Many of the fakes are designed to look like they originated from these sites, but they didn't.


In other news, Facebook appears to have done a mass deletion of Facebook Groups devoted to coupon resale. Many of these are reportedly "secret" groups that operated out of sight on Facebook and required invitation to join. I've heard from a few people who were members of some of these groups, and they've stated that the groups have simply disappeared.

Owners/moderators of the deleted Facebook coupon resale groups have been complaining on Facebook and discussing the deletions:

"apparently groups that are selling coupons, inserts, and stockpiles are the biggest targets."

"How can i re-covered my blocked groups as an admin?"

"I think they are all getting deleted for selling coupons! All coupons state you CAN NOT sell them and the manufacturers are making FB feel the heat. Just like eBay."

"They are being viewed as abusive not just on FB among people bickering about hauls but with personal gains off of re-sales, short-cuts and bashing of grocery retail chains. Re-selling is illegal including selling inserts. I am sure FB is concerned for their liability too."

"I feel bad for the people posting their hauls, selling inserts or re-selling their products cuz they are basically telling on themselves. I read one post about the police getting involved. Back to old school couponing without social media works for me."


Goodbye to summer

Last year, we vacationed in Key West, Florida. Each night, the island celebrates the sunset with a tropical-drink toast and a pause to marvel at the beautiful colors of the sunset.

My kids loved the idea of toasting the sunset, and as the last day of 2014's summer approached, they wanted to recreate a little of that vacation magic and send summertime off with a tropical-themed dinner, fruity drinks, and a sunset toast.

Hours of beach-party music on the stereo? Check.


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Don't steal newspapers to get coupons

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Don't steal newspapers to get coupons." It's already generating a lot of emails and comments from readers! Here's an excerpt:

Newspaper theft is an ongoing problem. Why avid couponers simply don't purchase additional newspapers is beyond me — paying a few dollars for another copy of the paper to gain potentially hundreds of dollars worth of coupons seems like a reasonable option to me. Unfortunately, not everyone chooses what is reasonable.

Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.


Deals of the Week for September 21, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has ONE insert - SmartSource (SS).

Subscribe to my blog via email and you'll receive one email each day detailing any new deals and matchups. Your email address will never be sold, and you won't receive spam:

Have a great week of shopping and saving!


All You


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Reader's not-so-fun take on saving money

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Reader's not-so-fun take on saving money." It's already generating a lot of emails and comments from readers! Here's an excerpt:

A few weeks ago, I asked readers to share their best savings tips. Oh, did you deliver. My inbox has been overflowing with ideas. One reader, Dana, sent such a lengthy list that I had to edit it to share in this week's column! Here are some of Dana's tips:

— Never go out to a movie, sporting event, musical event or anything that requires you to buy a ticket.

— Get extra condiments at fast-food restaurants and use them at home.

— Buy dish soap, shampoo, razors, shaving cream, soap, snacks, laundry detergent and bleach at the dollar store.

— Do dishes by hand.

— Turn off your central heat/air; use window units if you must.

— Stay at cheap (and I mean cheap) hotels.

Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.


Deals of the Week for September 14, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has TWO inserts - SmartSource (SS) and RedPlum (RP.)

Subscribe to my blog via email and you'll receive one email each day detailing any new deals and matchups. Your email address will never be sold, and you won't receive spam:

Have a great week of shopping and saving!


All You


Holy K-Cups, Batman! Look for clearanced coffee, tea and cocoa at Jewel-Osco -- plus Keurig coffeemakers too

I ran into Jewel today to pick up a prescription, and my Huntley Jewel's clearance area was packed with clearanced K-Cups, coffee, tea and hot cocoa! Most K-Cup 10-packs were priced at $3.99, and some brands were $3.49 and $2.99.

- Seattle's Best 10ct. K-Cups were on clearance for $3.99. I bought some and will post-redeem $1.50 coupons from the 8/10 SS and $2 printables, which will drop these to $1.99-$2.49 per box!

- Hills Bros. 12ct. cups were on clearance for $3.99. I'll post-redeem a $1 printable (note: that link has SIX different Hills Bros. printables, so now I'll be going back for more too!) and drop this to $2.99.

- Cafe Escapes 12ct. K-Cups were on clearance for $2.99. No coupons, but again, a good price.

I saw quite a few other brands on clearance too, but my quick from-my-phone scan of CouponTom showed there were no coupons available for these. Another pretty good one I remember seeing: New England Coffee 12ct. cups were on clearance for $3.09.

I'm including photos of the shelves below if you want to browse the other varieties -- it may give you an idea of what might be clearancing at your store soon too.

(And yes, my husband loves his Keurig, but he usually uses his EkoBrew reusable cup in our Keurig at home. When I can find K-Cups on clearance for .25 per individual cup or less, I'll buy them, because he likes to take them to work. All of these worked out to .19-.25 per K-Cup!


If you're in the market for a Keurig coffeemaker, the Huntley Jewel has three K40 Classic models priced at $59.99! Each one has a peelie on the front for a free box of K-Cups too.


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SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Ortega Taco Mix

Head over to SavingStar to load a new "Freebie Friday" offer!

Purchase through Sunday night and receive 100% of the purchase price back on your SavingStar account.

In Chicagoland, SavingStar offers can be redeemed at Jewel-Osco, CVS, Mariano's, Kroger, Piggly Wiggly, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Meijer, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Kmart and Peapod. Some stores load offers to their loyalty cards (Jewel, CVS, Mariano's) and others use post-redemption of receipts -- snap a photo of your receipt and upload it.

Click to load this new offer via SavingStar!

*Note to Jewel-Osco shoppers: If you no longer have a Jewel-Osco card, you can also use a Upromise card at Jewel to redeem SavingStar ecoupons at Jewel. No Upromise card? Call 877-932-7948 to request a new Upromise card.


Print now for $4 Well Beginnings jumbo diapers at Walgreens next week!


$1.50 off One
Well Beginnings
Diapers
Print Coupon

Who needs a diaper deal? Beginning 10/19 at Walgreens, Well Beginnings jumbo pack diapers will be on sale for $8.79 per pack or 2-for-$11. Buy two and use two $1.50 printables. Pay $8 for two, or $4 each!

For the size 4 31ct. diapers shown in ad, this works out to less than .13 per diaper -- a great price for diapers!


Print now for $1 Crest Sensi mouthwash next week at Walgreens


$2.00 off Two
Crest Sensi
Mouthwash
Print Coupon

$1.00 off One
Crest Sensi
Mouthwash
Print Coupon

Beginning 10/19 at Walgreens, Crest Sensi products will be part of a "Buy 3 for $10, Get $4 Register Rewards" sale. You'll want to print these coupons and hold them for next week's sale!

Crest Sensi Mouthwash 16.9 oz. is 3-for-$10. Buy three. Use one $1 off printable and a $2 off 2 - printable

Pay $7 and get $4 back. That's $3 for three, or $1 each!


Checkout 51 offers for October 16, 2014

Checkout 51 Offers

Checkout 51, the ecoupon app (which you can use over the web too!) has new ecoupon offers to load. Most Checkout 51 ecoupon offers are valid at all stores. (If an offer is store-specific, the site or app will tell you so.)

Here's a peek at some of the new offers. Offers valid today until 11:59PM EST next Wednesday evening:

- .25 off bananas
- .25 off apples
- .50 off yogurt
- $1 off Colavita extra virgin olive oil
- .25 off Sun-Maid raisins
- $1 off 2 Halls
- .25 and .30 off La Preferida canned beans

Some offers from previous weeks continue this week too.

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


Print a $1 coupon for Chex cereal!

Here's a nice new, high-value printable for Chex cereal! Print a coupon for $1 off Chex cereal!

These high-value offers typically do not last long before they hit their print limits. Print sooner than later...

Thanks to Mashup Mom for spotting this one!


Entire Minecraft book series for kids FREE for Amazon Kindle today!

Who's got a Minecraft fan in their house? I have THREE (if you include my 18-year-old daughter, who can't stop playing it with her younger brothers!) Today on Amazon the entire Complete Minecraft Book Series (4 Minecraft Novels for Kids) is FREE as an ebook download for the Kindle!

This four-book set contains:
- Trapped in Minecraft: Spud's Thrilling Adventure in the Overworld
- Stories from the Skylands
- Escape from Minecraft: Buck's Quest into the Caves
- Herobrine Invades the Overworld

Amazon ebook prices change often, so grab this entire set now while the price is $0.00!

Thanks to my friend Jennifer at I Save A to Z for spotting the deal!


Two free Kindle food books... and another timely free ebook

I was just browsing the free Kindle ebooks available on Amazon today, and these looked interesting:

The Food Preserving Bible: Quick and Simple Guide To Preserving, Canning and Dehydrating Your Delicious Food

Survival Pantry: Proven Tips for Storing Food & Surviving In Dire Situations

And lastly... (hey, it IS in the news everywhere these days..!) Ebola: The Ebola Virus: What You Need to Know Right Now: A Guide to Identifying, Treating and Preventing the Deadly Ebola Virus

Amazon free Kindle ebooks can change at any time, so if you'd like any of these, grab them while they're FREE!


SavingStar Healthy Offer of the Week: 20% off broccoli

This week's new SavingStar ecoupon Healthy Offer of the Week is 20% off broccoli!

Click to load this offer to your store card!

Chicagoland shoppers can use SavingStar at Jewel-Osco, Mariano's, Target, Walmart, Meijer, Kroger, Piggly Wiggly, Peapod and more.

*Note to Jewel-Osco shoppers: If you no longer have a Jewel-Osco card, you can also use a Upromise card at Jewel to redeem SavingStar ecoupons at Jewel. No Upromise card? Call 877-932-7948 to request a new Upromise card.


More printable coupons to use with Jewel-Osco's #StockUpSale

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco to help promote this week's #StockUpSale. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

Jewel-Osco's #StockUpSale continues through Tuesday, October 14th! Jewel has a few more printable coupons for their own store brands that are always beneficial to have to match up to sales in the store.

Over the weekend, I shared that the $1-off-3 Essential Everyday canned tomatoes coupon pairs nicely with the fact that they're on sale for .69 as part of this sale! With coupon, you'll drop each can to .36!

The $1-off-3 Essential Everyday canned beans coupon makes for bargain beans too! Reader NFriday shares that the canned beans are on sale for .79 and just .46 per can when you buy three with coupon!

We've also got a new $1 off Essential Everyday pancake and waffle mix coupon, as well as a $1-off-2 Carlita salsa coupon. Time to look for deals on these too...


Sign up for printable coupons and recipes from Pillsbury!

If you're not signed up to print coupons from Pillsbury's site, why not register? Pillsbury often has exclusive General Mills coupons to print, and it's always nice to be able to get another set of prints of good coupons too, isn't it?

Pillsbury's site also has tasty recipes to browse and share. Sign up today!


50 new Kellogg's Family Rewards points


Kellogg's Family Reward fans, here's another code for free Kellogg's points!

ELVESLOVEBONUSES - 50 points

If you haven't used any of the previous codes, there are more free points to grab here:

SNACKTIMESHUFFLE - 100 points
BACKTOSCHOOL2014 - 50 points
NUTRITIONINABOWL - 50 points
EARNSWEETREWARDS – 50 points
GETFUELFORSCHOOL - 20 points
SPIDEYEXCITEMENT - 20 points
EARNGREATREWARDS – 20 points
KFRSHARETHANKS20 – 20 points
HOWITWORKS20PNTS - 20 points
"Like" Kellogg's Family Rewards on Facebook at this link and get another code for 100 free points!

If any of these older codes no longer work, please post below and I'll remove them from the list.

Registering with Kellogg's Family Rewards is free, and anytime you buy a participating Kellogg's or Keebler product, enter the code from inside the packaging to accrue points. You can use your points to print high-value coupons from the site or save them for additional prizes.


.36 Essential Everyday tomatoes and $1.49 Snapea Crisps at Jewel-Osco's #StockUpSale

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco to help promote this week's #StockUpSale. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

I've got a couple more #StockUpSale deals for you at Jewel-Osco!

First, reader Outlander writes that Essential Everyday canned tomatoes are just .69 per can with this sale. Buy three and use this $1-off-3 printable to drop these to about .36 per can - fantastic price!


$1.00 off Two
Snapea Crisps
Print Coupon

Next, I spotted bags of Snapea Crisps on sale for $1.99. Buy two and use this $1-off-2 printable to drop these to $1.49 per bag! This is a great price for these. If you haven't tried them, Snapea Crisps are kind of a peapod cracker, for lack of a better word - they are shaped like dried peapods and are surprisingly tasty. These are one of my boys' favorite lunchtime snacks too!


Sign up for Kohl's Yes2You Rewards

Kohls Department Stores Inc

Earlier this summer, I posted about Kohl's launching Yes To You Rewards. Kohl's has been running more media ads (I even got one via text today!) about Yes2You Rewards! It seems some of my readers missed the initial post about this, so I'm posting this again for you!

Sign up for Yes2You Rewards, and every time you spend $100 at Kohl's, you'll get $5 in rewards. Sounds good to me!

Sign up for Kohl's Yes2You Rewards!


SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Mounds or Almond Joy bar

Head over to SavingStar to load a new "Freebie Friday" offer!

Purchase through Sunday night and receive 100% of the purchase price back on your SavingStar account.

In Chicagoland, SavingStar offers can be redeemed at Jewel-Osco, CVS, Mariano's, Kroger, Piggly Wiggly, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Meijer, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Kmart and Peapod. Some stores load offers to their loyalty cards (Jewel, CVS, Mariano's) and others use post-redemption of receipts -- snap a photo of your receipt and upload it.

Click to load this new offer via SavingStar!

*Note to Jewel-Osco shoppers: If you no longer have a Jewel-Osco card, you can also use a Upromise card at Jewel to redeem SavingStar ecoupons at Jewel. No Upromise card? Call 877-932-7948 to request a new Upromise card.


Star Wars children's vitamins

UPDATE: Apparently this is an ad misprint - the Star Wars vitamins are indeed on sale for this price, but the manufacturer is not Nature's Bounty, so Nature's Bounty coupons won't work on these. (Darn - would have been a nice deal!)

Beginning 10/12, 120ct. Nature's Bounty Star Wars children's vitamins will be on sale 2-for-$12 at Walgreens. Buy two and use two $1 coupons from the 10/5 RP1 or two $1 printables:

SAVE $1.00 on ANY Nature's Bounty® vitamin or supplement



With two coupons, you'll pay $10 for two, or $5 each! These are the large 120-count jars too, so this is a good price for kids' vitamins! Plus, you can't beat the cool factor. My boys are going to love these...


Jolly Rancher and Twizzlers Halloween candy $1.70 at Jewel-Osco

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco to help promote this week's #StockUpSale. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.


$1.60 off Two
Jolly Rancher and
Twizzlers candy
Print Coupon

We've got a new printable coupon that makes Twizzlers and Jolly Rancher Halloween candy a good deal at Jewel-Osco!

Through 10/31, Twizzlers and Jolly Rancher Halloween candies (including the caramel apple Jolly Rancher lollipops) are on sale for $2.50 at Jewel. Buy two and use this $1.60 off 2 printable. You'll pay $3.40 for two, or $1.70 each!

The Jolly Ranchers on sale include the Jolly Rancher caramel apple lollipops too - I know my children are huge fans of those!


Checkout 51 offers for October 9, 2014

Checkout 51 Offers

Checkout 51, the ecoupon app (which you can use over the web too!) has new ecoupon offers to load. Most Checkout 51 ecoupon offers are valid at all stores. (If an offer is store-specific, the site or app will tell you so.)

Here's a peek at some of the new offers. Offers valid today until 11:59PM EST 10/15/14:

- .50 off eggs
- .25 off tomatoes
- .25 off bananas
- .25 off carrots
- $1 off Wild Garden hummus
- .75 off Luigi's Italian Ice
- $1 off Dole pineapple juice

Some offers from previous weeks continue this week too.

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


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