Haven't we all been in this situation at one time or another? You're ordering items from Amazon.com, and you find yourself just a little shy of the $35 minimum to hit free shipping. Who wants to be a few cents away from that threshold?
Bookmark this page, and if you're ordering on Amazon and need something small to get over $35, here are some super-cheap items to help you hit the free-shipping goal! And hey, you can even give that special someone one of these "bonus" items too as a surprise gift. (Who wouldn't want a bedbug-proof airplane seat cover? Can of Wasabi powder? '80s classic movie "The Goonies" on DVD?)
Rest assured, there are plenty of practical small-filler-item options in this list too if you prefer things like paper clips, rubber bands, screwdrivers -- or even a $1.97 gallon of windshield washer fluid (which you'd think would cost more to ship than the bottle is worth, but it doesn't!) Enjoy!
.33 to $1.00
- $0.33 - 16-Page Exam Notebook
- $0.48 - Coghlans Plastic Camp Fork
- $0.54 -RUST-OLEUM Trial Size Black Cherry Wood Stain
- $0.63 - Avery Big Tab 5-Tab Dividers
- $0.75 - BugOff Bed Bug Airplane Seat Cover
- $0.78 - Elmer's Washable No-Run School Glue
- $0.95 - Westcott Plastic Ruler, 12"
- $0.98 - Rock Star 6' x 6' Party Wall Backdrop
- $0.99 - Alberto VO5 Strawberries and Cream Conditioner, 15 Ounce
- $0.99 - Prang White Chalk Sticks, 12 Count
$1.01 to $2.00
- $1.01 - ACCO Paper Clips, 100 Count
- $1.06 - Westcott Wood Ruler, 12"
- $1.09 - Fels Naptha Laundry Bar Soap, 5.5 Ounce
- $1.13 - Dixon Prang Wax Crayons, 16 Colors
- $1.15 - Zoomerang Pink Mini Notebook, 3.5 x 5.5 Inches
- $1.51 - Safety Pins, Assorted, 50 Count
- $1.57 - Plackers Dental Pick Flossers, 24 Count
- $1.59 - Fiskars Plastic Gardening Scoop
- $1.61 - 3M Large Sponge
- $1.77 - Krazy Glue 2-Pack
- $1.81 - Old Mother Hubbard Crunchy Classic Snacks for Dogs
- $1.84 - Dial Complete Foaming Hand Wash, Coconut Water, 7.5 Ounce
- $1.97 - Brinkmann Porcelain Grill Brush
- $1.97 - Anchor Hocking 5-Ounce Measuring Glass, Small
- $1.97 - Prestone Windshield Washer Fluid - 1 Gallon
- $1.99 - Vidal Sassoon Hair Elastics, 30 Count
... you can never have too many pieces of Corning Ware. (And Mom, you are right!)
It's a good thing too, because after cooking two turkeys down into soup stock today, I ended up with seven 3-quart Corning Ware dishes to freeze...plus the pot we ate for dinner!
Are you enjoying Thanksgiving leftovers as much as I am? I'm thankful that I have enough freezer space to hold all of these!
Deals of the Week for December 1, 2013 are live!
Sunday Chicago Tribune has ONE insert: Procter & Gamble (PG.) You may also have received a Target-specific insert filled with Target store coupons (TARGET.) In the past, these inserts have been regionally distributed and not in all papers. And, you may also have received a Walgreens catalog (in addition to the regular weekly ad) called "Happy and Healthy," which has Walgreens store coupons inside.
This week's blog giveaway is for all the coffee lovers out there! Enter to win a FREE Coffee-Mate Dark Chocolate Fudge Creamer!
If you're a once-a-week blog reader, there have been a lot of special offers and sales that you might have missed too:
- JC Penney Portrait Studio Groupon: $25 for two sheets and a 3-pose image CD
- $4.99 Secret Clinical Strength gift pack, with a deodorant, P&G coupons, and free Olay Fresh Effects
- $60 worth of Chili's gift cards for $50!
I've been sharing some highlights from the Black Friday weekend sales (the best kind -- the kind you can buy online!) Some of them are:
- DiscountMags.com has many 1-year subscriptions to popular magazines for less than $5!
- Full seasons of The X-Files for $5.99 each at BestBuy.com
- Designer dresses from Anne Klein, DKNY, Kenneth Cole, Jones New York at 6PM.com for $24.99 or less
- $99 Lifetime portable outdoor basketball hoop for $99 at Walmart.com with free shipping!
Have a great week of shopping and saving!
Just a reminder: Through 12/3, buying $100 worth of participating gift cards at Jewel-Osco will generate a $20 Catalina! This is a great opportunity to buy gift cards for less than face value. And, in-store signage listed more participating cards than last week's ad did.
Participating gift cards are:
Amazon.com, Applebees, AMC theaters, American Eagle, Bass Pro Shops, Buffalo Wild Wings, Kohl's, Lowe's, iTunes, Regal Cinemas, Toys R US and MasterCard (has $5.95 load fee, but is still a moneymaker with the $20 Catalina!)
I'm happy about the Amazon inclusion too, as I'll definitely be doing some shopping there for the holidays. And, if you plan to shop online at Kohl's, grab one of those before you shop, then do your deals!
I hope everyone had a very happy Thanksgiving yesterday. I'm going to share two photos with you.
The first photo was taken by me. Here's our tasty turkey about halfway through the grilling process. This is the third or fourth turkey I've made in the grill over the last couple years, and it's my favorite way to cook a bird. Yum!
The second photo was taken by my husband sometime around 2:00am Black Friday morning. After entertaining 16 people for Thanksgiving dinner, cleaning up, and moving our patio furniture out of the living room (hey - all available chairs and tables were needed!) ... I changed into pajamas, snuggled up with my bed pillow and sat down to finally, finally look at the Black Friday ads.
This is how far I got. I wasn't even aware this photo was taken until he gleefully showed it to me over breakfast.
Seriously, this pose is like a real-life version of Picasso's "The Dream," except instead of dreaming about a lover, I was dreaming of sales.
So... Black Friday deals will be posted throughout the day. Thanks for understanding!
When your Thanksgiving celebration is done and you're ready to plan your shopping trip, here are your ad matchups for Meijer, Walgreens and CVS/pharmacy!
Happy Thanksgiving! Earlier this week, I was busy talking shopping and savings with my annual Black Friday / Cyber Monday media tour. I appeared live via satellite from Atlanta on 30 major news outlets around the USA discussing shopping strategies and gift ideas!
Here's a clip from Milwaukee's NBC Channel 4:
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Coffee-Mate. I have received one bottle of Coffee-Mate Dark Chocolate Fudge creamer, as well as information to help promote the product as part of this giveaway.
UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winner is Clipsalot!
Happy Thanksgiving, Super-Couponers! I hope everyone has a fun and happy Thanksgiving today. After dinner's done, and everyone's sitting around watching football and enjoying a cup of coffee, you can enter to win something to make your favorite cup of Joe even sweeter, richer, and more decadent...
Coffee-Mate has a new seasonal creamer that's only available through December -- it's Dark Chocolate Fudge!
As part of this giveaway, Coffee-Mate shipped a bottles over to try, along with a recipe for a chocolate fudge bundt cake that utilizes Coffee-Mate Dark Chocolate Fudge creamer as an ingredient. (I have to hand it to Coffee-Mate: First, they got us using creamers to flavor milkshakes. Now we're making cakes with them!) I made this cake to enjoy after Thanksgiving dinner, and I'll share the recipe below.
Want to try one of these new creamers yourself? One of my readers will get the chance! For a chance to win a coupon for one free Coffee-Mate Dark Chocolate Fudge flavored creamer, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! This Coffee-Mate giveaway begins today, November 28th, 2013, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on December 4th, 2013 at 11:59pm CST, and on December 5th, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!
This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "The high cost of specialized fashion." Here's an excerpt:
"I think I’ve turned clearance clothing shopping into an art form, especially for my children! I’m the one hunting on clearance racks for summer clothes in November, when I can pick up tank tops, shorts and swim trunks in the $2-$3 range. When April and May roll around, I’m buying winter coats for the next season, and so on. The danger of being an exclusively clearance shopper is that I tend to lose touch with what things “really” cost when they’re not on sale...."
Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.
My Super-Couponing Tips column appears in newspapers around the country to a weekly readership of over 20 million people!
Deals of the Week for November 24, 2013 are live!
Sunday Chicago Tribune has TWO inserts: RedPlum (RP) and SmartSource (SS.)
This week's blog giveaway is for moms and dads of little diaper-wearers! Enter to win two months' worth of FREE Huggies diapers, courtesy of Huggies and Meijer!
Have a great week of shopping and saving!
At tonight's Super-Couponing 2 workshop in Fox Lake, I'll discuss Ebates as a way to get cash back while shopping online. If you've never used Ebates, it's easy - and indeed, it does pay you back for shopping! If you're not familiar with how to use Ebates, here's a quick overview.
First, if you don't have an Ebates account, create one online. It's free! This is a great time to sign up too, because you'll also get a FREE $10 gift card to the store of your choice once you make your first purchase of $25 or more online through Ebates.
Once you're signed up, any normal shopping you do online at any of Ebates' participating online retailers, will earn you cash back! But here's what you need to remember - you MUST log into Ebates FIRST, then select your online store. If you don't do this, Ebates can't track your purchase and award your cash-back bonus.
Pretty much every major department store online participates in Ebates - Kohls, JC Penney, Macy's, Target and more. I've gotten into the habit of logging into Ebates before I look to buy anything online, because so many stores participate in Ebates.
So, come along with me and I'll show you how it works!
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Huggies and Meijer. I have received information to help promote the product as part of this giveaway. I have not been compensated for this giveaway.
UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winner is Cszopp!
Calling all Super-Couponing and Meijer-shopping moms and dads! Huggies has teamed up with Meijer for the "Every Little Bottom" project. With every purchase of Huggies diapers at Meijer, Huggies will donate diapers to families in need. Meijer will also donate one dollar to the National Diaper Bank Network.
To celebrate, I've got a fabulous prize for anyone who's currently diapering a little one - a FREE two-month supply of Huggies diapers!
For a chance to win this Huggies and Meijer "Every Little Bottom" diaper supply, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! This Huggies giveaway begins today, November 21st, 2013, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on November 27th, 2013 at 11:59pm CST, and on November 28th, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator! (What a Happy Thanksgiving present that will be too, yes?)
The front page of today's new Jewel-Osco ad shows a large photograph of a turkey, announcing "No Card or Coupon Needed" and "Turkey Price Guarantee." The ad offers a .49/lb. Jennie-O frozen turkey for .49/lb., limit 1. This has been the same Jennie-O sale that's been running all month at Jewel.
But throughout the day, I've been receiving reports from readers that Jewel has quietly added a $25 minimum purchase requirement to buying a turkey at .49/lb -- something that's nowhere in the ad.
I bought my turkey this past Sunday at Jewel, and there was no minimum purchase requirement before today. So, what happened?
Here are some notes from current Jewel employees, who wrote to shed some light on the turkey sale:
The manager of our store got a call yesterday from corporate about the number of turkeys that we were selling. They wanted to know if we were really limiting the turkeys to 1 per customer because we were going through WAY more than expected. The store director said that it was not a very friendly conversation and were told that they would call back with a solution because we were losing a ton of money. We purchase these turkeys at $1.09/lb., and with no minimum a lot of people were coming in just to purchase the .49 turkeys and nothing else. Plus, they were coming in with multiple people each buying one or several trips in a day. I am assuming that the same thing happened everywhere.
So yes, basically the company is once again more concerned with making money than making customers happy... something that we have seen a lot of lately. We are including the price of the turkey in the $25 and including any items that are not stamps, lottery, or service desk stuff so really it's not too bad because most are around $10 anyway.
The signs that we were given to post all say that the $25 limit was accidentally left off of the ad otherwise they are $1.09/lb and that were were not to make ANY exceptions.
Funny that this was "accidentally left off of the ad" when the same sale & ad wording have been running in Jewel's ads for three weeks now. And another:
I'm a Jewel cashier. We are running out of turkeys. .49 is a great price and everyone knows it. Our store has been out of Jennie O for days and substituting Butterballs which cost us even more. We got signs today to put at the registers saying $25 minimum purchase. I get that Jewel is losing money on this but after the Bears shirt promo we should not be changing a sale in the middle of it.
This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "The costs of buying larger sizes." Here's an excerpt:
"When shopping for shirts, whether t-shirts or casual button down shirts, I can wear XL, but for comfort I prefer to buy XXL. Why do the companies that make or sell these shirts price XL and XXL $2 more than the S, M and L sizes? Is there that much more material used from L to XL or XXL? It seems that they are discriminating against us larger sized consumers."
Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.
My Super-Couponing Tips column appears in newspapers around the country to a weekly readership of over 20 million people!
Deals of the Week for November 17, 2013 are live!
Sunday Chicago Tribune has TWO inserts: RedPlum (RP) and SmartSource (SS1.)
This week's blog giveaway will appeal to anyone who likes yogurt... and shopping! Enter to win five FREE Go-Gurt yogurts and a $25 Target gift card!
And, my Super-Couponing 2: Saving on Everything! workshop comes to the Fox Lake District Library on November 21st! Come on out and learn to save. The class is FREE! Learn more at this link.
Have a great week of shopping and saving!
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Go-Gurt through MyBlogSpark. I have received a Go-Gurt gift pack, as well as information to help promote the product as part of this giveaway.
UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winner is Julie Jakubowski!
It's giveaway time again, Super-Couponers! By now, the kids have been back in school for a few months, and you've likely gotten into a school-lunch-packing routine. At our house, I have a shelf in the pantry and a shelf in the fridge, both of which contain easily "packable" lunch and snack options for my kids. My oldest son is a big fan of Go-Gurt -- easy to pack, easy to eat, and an even more fun treat when you freeze them! I like Go-Gurt too because it has no high-fructose corn syrup or artificial colors or flavoring. How about that - something fun that's good for kids too!
With this week's new giveaway, one of you will win a Go-Gurt gift pack, which includes:
- Five free-product coupons for Go-Gurt
- $25 Target gift card
For a chance to win this Go-Gurt gift pack, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! (Why not share your family's favorite flavor of Go-Gurt?) This Go-Gurt giveaway begins today, November 14th, 2013, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on November 20th, 2013 at 11:59pm CST, and on November 21st, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!
Here are your Aldi deals for the current week. This writeup is based on the Chicagoland Aldi ad. View weekly ad
.49 Baker's Corner baking soda, .69 Chef's Cupboard stuffing mix, .89 Baker's Corner canned pumpkin, .89 Sweet Harvest cranberry sauce, .99 L'Oven Fresh brown & serve rolls, $1.99 Specially Selected goat cheese logs, $9.99 Belmont supreme cheesecake sampler
This may seem like a repeat of the story I posted back in September, but it's not. At that time, our USDA agreed to allow China to process American-raised chickens, then ship the chicken back to the USA.
As disturbing as this seemed, it was limited to processed chicken, not fresh. But now the USDA is planning to approve importing Chinese-raised and slaughtered poultry too. From CBS News New York:
Chicken from China has officials on alert, including U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.)
As WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported Sunday, Schumer said first, the U.S. Department of Agriculture only allowed chickens that had been processed in China to be sold in the U.S. Now, he said the USDA plans to green-light poultry raised and slaughtered in China.This has never happened before, and it is a bad idea, Schumer argued.
“China has a terrible record on health safety, and chickens are one of the things that need the most care and inspections,” he said. Schumer called the plan a huge change in policy, and a big mistake.
“Why is the USDA doing it?” he said. “We just don’t know.”
As to whether the Chinese poultry slaughter system is equivalent to that of the U.S., the USDA said categorically that it is not.
I find this even more disturbing than I found the news about the Chinese-processed chicken a couple months ago.
Now is the time for American brands like Tyson and Perdue to loudly and proudly proclaim their commitment to offering only American-raised and slaughtered chickens. Both brands issued statements back in September that they had no plans to utilize Chinese chicken. And, any brands that utilize American chickens should do the same. I'm pretty sure every consumer concerned about this would thank them for it!
Jewel-Osco changes Bears Game Day promo mid-season: Bears T-shirts sold at Jewel no longer qualify for 10% discount despite ad terms
Jewel-Osco shoppers on Facebook are upset about a change to Jewel's "10% off on Chicago Bears Game Day" promo.
At the start of the Bears' season, Jewel announced the new Game Day offer in their ad, stating "Wear your Chicago Bears Jersey or one of the Bears shirts we sell, on any 2013 Bears football game day when you shop at Jewel-Osco and we'll take 10% off your grocery bill!" The ad went on to state, "Need Bears gear? We've got you covered! Come check out our apparel selection."
You can view a larger photo of this ad online here. All was fine until last week, when Jewel stopped honoring anything other than Bears jerseys during the Bears' Nov. 4th game day against Green Bay. Shoppers complained on Facebook, but Jewel said "Regarding the Bears Game Day promotion, it was originally supposed to be jerseys only but not all of our stores received that information:"
How can Jewel argue that the promotion was "originally supposed to be jerseys only" when their own ad stated that any Bears shirts that Jewel sold were valid for the 10% discount too?
Well, today's another Bears game day, and once again, Jewel's Facebook wall has erupted with complaints from shoppers. Wouldn't you be upset if you bought a Bears shirt at Jewel, knowing that the ad stated that shirt qualified for the 10% grocery discount -- then were turned down at the register? That's exactly what's happening again today:
What happened to truth in advertising? And what about Jewel-Osco's new, much-touted "Red Carpet Service" to shoppers? It's not Red Carpet Service to change the rules in the middle of a promotion. There are only seven Bears games left in 2013 anyway. Is it so difficult to continue honoring the terms of a promotion that Jewel created and advertised heavily to shoppers?
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18.6-19oz. Campbell's Home Style soups are on sale at Meijer through 12/11 for $1.25. Use the $1 coupon from the 10/13 SS (exp. 12/8!) and pay .25!
Now, that's already a great deal. But guess what -- now there's a surprise Catalina deal to go with it:
- Through 12/29, buy three Campbell's Home Style Soups and get a $1 Catalina;
- Buy four and get a $2 Catalina;
- Buy five or more and get a $2.50 Catalina
With five $1 coupons, pay $1.25 and get $2.50 back - all FREE and a moneymaker!
If you've already used all your $1 coupons up though, as I did on a past sale, you can do the deal this way...
Head over to Campbell's website and print the .75-off-2 Home Style coupon AND the $1-off-3 Healthy Request coupon. (Some Home Style soups are also Healthy Request soups.) You can print two of each coupon.
Now, do the deal:
Buy five. Use one .75-off-2 and one $1-off-3. Pay $4.50 and get a $2.50 Catalina. That's $2 for five, or .40 each!
Thanks to Mashup Mom for posting this great deal!
Beginning 12/8, 1-liter bottles of Colgate Total mouthwash will be sale for $5.99 at CVS/pharmacy. Buy one and get $3 back in ExtraBucks!
Print and hold this $2 printable Pay $3.99 and get $3 back, making this .99!
Because this is a limit 2 offer, you can print two and buy two!
Fans of 100% juice or high-fructose corn syrup-free Capri-Sun (like me!) will like this deal. Through 12/15, Capri-Sun 100% Juice and Super-V varieties are on sale for $2.99 at Jewel. Use this $1 printable and pay $1.99 - a good price for the "real juice" varieties.
(Or, print and hold until Monday, Dec. 9th. Shop in your Bears jersey and get another 10% off, then use your coupon. Pay $1.69!)
New Ibotta offers to load today: .75 off any orange juice, Cottonelle, Scott, Popcorn Indiana, Toys R Us and more!
Ibotta, the smartphone digital coupon app, has new offers to load today!
- Cottonelle Flushable Cleansing Cloths 42 ct. Upright Dispenser only: $3.00
- Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths Tub or Refill - 51 ct. or larger: $1.50
- Orange Juice - 59 oz. or larger Any brand - Limited time only Exclusions apply: $.75
- Popcorn, Indiana - Any variety - any size: $.50
- Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal Honey Roasted varieties, 14 oz. or larger: $.75
- Duraflame Fire Logs or Firestarters Any variety - any ct.: $.75
- BIC Multi-purpose Lighter - Any variety: $.50
Store specific offers:
- Jif Whips Any variety - 15 or 15.9 oz container. Offer only redeemable at Walmart: $1.00
- Eggo Waffles Any variety - Any size. Offer only redeemable at Target: $.75
- Bil-Jac Dry Dog Food Any 4 or 6 lb. bag Offer only redeemable at PetSmart or Petco: $3.00
- Bil-Jac Dry Dog Food Any 15 lb. bag Offer only redeemable at PetSmart or Petco: $5.00
- Bil-Jac Dry Dog Food Any 24 or 30 lb. bag Offer only redeemable at PetSmart or Petco: $7.00
- Spend $100 on a single visit to Toys R Us or Babies R Us and earn $5!
New! Movie Gift Cards & Frozen
- Watch "Frozen," save your ticket stub and earn cash!
Ibotta also has a new cash out option where you can purchase a movie gift card to most of the theaters supported in the app. Please check the app for redemption information for movies and concessions.
On Demand Research, which conducts paid surveys, is offering a free $25 Macy's gift card upon completion of their new holiday survey.
Note that paid surveys like this one require many steps to completion. If you choose to participate, read the fine print for each survey carefully, as depending on the answers you give, you may be presented with additional questions relating to a particular area of the survey. (For example, if you state that you enjoy using coupons, you may receive additional survey questions about your coupon usage.)
When I receive offers like this from advertisers, I fill the forms out too to make sure they're worth sharing. Upon completion of the entire survey, you will be taken to a page that you need to print out, sign and mail to On Demand Research to receive your $25 Macy's gift card. Also note that by opting in to some of the survey questions, you are consenting to participate in telephone surveys too from the companies involved. With all of the fine print and terms, the offer may not be for everyone -- but I know some of you enjoy taking surveys for money and rewards, and this is a high-value offer, so I'm sharing it.
Fine print: All survey questions and special offers are optional. You may either answer or skip all survey questions and special offers that are presented following your completion of the registration form. However, to receive your Gift, you must answer all of the questions as indicated on the Survey pages that follow the registration form. Expressing interest in response to any special offer is not required to qualify for the Gift. All special offers must be viewed to qualify for the Gift.
What a great price for these! Right now, Amazon.com has the Complete Harry Potter 8 Film Collection on DVD for $34.99 with FREE shipping! This works out to $4.37 for movie -- a steal! What a great gift for the Harry Potter fan in your life...
Sally Beauty sent over a new coupon! Print and enjoy $3.50 off a $10 purchase in store.
They are also promoting the Sally Beauty Club card, where you receive special member pricing on every non-sale item in the store. A one-year membership is $5. But, with your paid membership or renewal, you'll receive a $5 reward valid on any one purchase the next day through the end of the following month. This makes your membership essentially free after the membership fee.
Through 12/6 ONLY! Get 140 custom address labels from Vistaprint for just $5 - including shipping! Perfect timing for working on those Christmas cards and holiday greetings to friends and family! This offer cannot be combined with cash back offers (like Ebates.) But at this price, with free shipping? They're a steal!
Don't forget, this offer ends at the end of the day on Friday, December 6th.
Kohl's 20% off extended through December 4th with FREE shipping! Don't forget to spend your Kohl's Cash!
Extending Cyber Monday sales must be the thing to do this year..! Kohl's has extended their sales through December 7th, and you'll get an extra 20% off your order with code CYBERWEEK! Shipping is FREE with no minimum purchase!
Also, if you did the crazy-cheap Kohl's appliances deals last week, do not forget that you have to spend your Kohl's Cash in store or online by 12/9! Don't lose it!
Some sale ideas:
- Got a Nintendo DS fan in the house? Many DS games are $10.39 today, including Jeopardy, I Spy Universe, Deal or No Deal, Digging for Dinosaurs, Galactic Taz Ball, Elite Beat Agents, and (the adorable looking) Sushi Go Round!
- Chicago Bears shirts and gear start at $10!
- Clearance baby clothes start at $3.60
- The video games DJ Hero 2 for Xbox 360 is $10.39, and the Guitar Hero 1 and 2 Combo Pack for Xbox 360 is $11.99!
- The Xbox 360 game console is $179.99, plus you'll get another 20% off with the CYBERWEEK code
- I like this too! 7-piece comforter sets are $99, including King size! Comes with comforter, shams, bedskirt and three decorative pillows. These sets will be $79 after the 20% off:
Find anything else great to spend your Kohl's Cash on? Share it below!
JC Penney just sent an email out announcing their Cyber Monday sales have been extend through Wednesday, 12/4! With coupon code CYBERXTND, enjoy 30% off apparel, shoes, accessories and home orders over $100 - or 20% off for orders under $100.
JC Penney announced this morning that its Cyber Monday Internet sales climbed 16% from last year to a record $2.29 billion..! Sales from mobile devices soared 80% yesterday and accounted for 18.3% of all sales. Interesting stuff!
- Girls' flip-flops and sandals priced at $2.99 before discounts
- Boys and girls' clearance clothing (lots of summer stuff) priced at $3.99 before discounts
- Women's Ts, tank tops and panties priced at $3.99 before discounts
- Bath towels priced at $4.99 before discounts
- Men's shorts priced at $7.99 before discounts
- Women's boots start at $24.99 before discounts
Ship to store is free for orders $25 or more, and orders $49 or more ship to home free.
6PM.com has some super Cyber Monday deals going today, and fans of Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers (like me!) will love this sale! If you love Converse, you know what they cost when they're not on sale. But today, they ARE on sale at a super price...
Chuck Taylors are on sale for $24.00 with FREE shipping. Use code 6PMC1202132042 to take another 20% off at checkout, which drops these to a fantastic $19.20 per pair!
Prefer high-top Chuck Ts? They're just .99 more - $24.99, minus 20% off drops them to $19.99!
The children's movie "The Croods" is currently $9.96 at Walmart as part of their Thanksgiving ad sales, which are still running while supplies last. "The Croods" is a triple combo pack with a Blu-Ray, a DVD and a digital download of the movie.
Here's a brand-new $5 printable coupon! With coupon, pay $4.96! A super price for a stocking stuffer.
Please note that this DVD is advertised "Available in limited quantities while supplies last." You may want to call your local Walmart before heading out to make sure they're still in stock. We just went to our Walmart (Huntley) and they still had plenty in stock at this price! What a deal.