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New Super-Couponing Tips column: "Readers want to know: How frugal am I?"

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled ""Readers want to know: How frugal am I?" Here's an excerpt:

"Are you wasteful? Do you think, "Hey, this shampoo was free, so I'll toss it out as soon as I can't get any more out of the bottle?" Then, grab a new one? Or do you try to stretch things?"

Read this entire column at NWItimes.com.


Deals of the Week for September 7, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has FIVE inserts - Two SmartSource (SS1 and SS2,) two RedPlum (RP1 and RP2) and a one-page Procter & Gamble (PG) with Olay coupons. Some areas got a second Procter & Gamble one-page insert with Buy-One-Get-One-Free Crest and Oral-B coupons too (PG2.)

Here's a new giveaway for anyone dealing with the expense of diapers: Enter to win a one-month supply of Huggies diapers!

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


Take a multigenerational vacation! Plus, a special $109/night deal on Kalahari Resort

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kalahari Resorts. I have been compensated for this post.

Grandparents Day is September 7th, and Kalahari Resorts is celebrating with a reminder to consider taking a multigenerational vacation: Grandparents, parents, and children/grandchildren.

Speaking from personal experience, I can tell you that my kids look forward to our family multigenerational trip each year. Most years, my parents, my husband and I and our children will all go camping together for a long weekend. The destination is always fun, but the memories we make together are the best kinds of souvenirs.

My dad will always remember being there the moment my youngest son caught his first fish!

And who taught the kids about Yes and Know invisible ink books? Grandma.

I could not tell you who looks forward to our annual multigenerational trip the most, as we all do! We've been taking a family trip each year with my parents, and each year it seems to grow a little more. This year, some of my cousins came too.

If you're looking for a fun place for a multigenerational vacation, the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells is a great place to take the whole family, as it has many all-under-one-roof offerings for guests of all ages.

Kalahari Resort has put together an exclusive offer for my readers! Use this special link to access this offer, and enter the promo code MOMS for...

* $109 per night with 4 Indoor Theme Park passes and $20 food and beverage
credit in Hut or Desert Room

* Dates offered: September 8, 9, 10, 16, 18, 22 ,23, 24, 28, 29, 30,. October: 1-2, 7-9

* Additional Dates: 9/12 & 10/3 (Friday) at $129 rate, and 9/13 & 10/4 (Saturday) at a $159 rate


We've stayed at the Wisconsin Dells Kalahari several times over the past few years. It's one of our favorite places to go! We love that the water park is located under one roof, so you don't have to take a long hike between buildings to visit other parts of the park. Kalahari has everything from (terrifying!) speed slides for adults and big kids to kiddie splash areas, indoor surfing, flume slides and a great wave pool and lazy river area. They've also got an enormous indoor amusement park with everything from go-carts to bowling, mini-golf and laser tag.

Here are some photos from our past visits to the Kalahari:


GIVEAWAY: Win a one-month supply of Huggies diapers for #DiaperNeed Awareness Week

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Huggies. 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 Rosanna!

Calling all Super-Couponing moms and dads! Did you know Diaper Need Awareness Week begins next week? 1 in 3 Moms in the U.S. suffer from diaper need. 14 states in the USA have issued official proclamations in support of Diaper Need Awareness Week.

In honor of this, Huggies is donating diapers to babies in need for every use of the hashtag #diaperneed. And, I've got a great prize for anyone who's currently diapering a little one - a FREE one-month supply of Huggies diapers! Huggies will also make a donation of a one-month supply of diapers to a diaper bank in the giveaway winner's local community!

For a chance to win this Huggies diaper supply, simply post a reply in the comments under this article! This Huggies giveaway begins today, September 4, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on September 10, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on September 11, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!


CVS/pharmacy ceases sales of tobacco products one month early

Last year, CVS/pharmacy announced it would stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products at the more than 7,600 CVS/pharmacy stores by October 1, 2014.

Today, CVS announced that they've officially ended tobacco sales in all CVS/pharmacy locations, one month earlier than expected, and will be launching a smoking cessation program to help people kick the habit with resources and services available at CVS/pharmacy and MinuteClinic locations nationwide.

They're also kicking off a #OneGoodReason hashtag today on social media, where people can share One Good Reason to live tobacco-free.

For those of you who'd like to quit, next week at CVS on 9/7, CVS will have a deal on FREE CVS Nicotine patches too! CVS Nicotine Transdermal 7ct. patches will be on sale for $4.99. Buy them and get $4.99 back in ExtraBucks, making these FREE!


Happy Labor Day! Are you out shopping the sales?

Happy Labor Day, everyone! I hope you're enjoying your day, whether it includes grilling, swimming, relaxing -- or shopping! This is a great time to shop the sales and pick up summer clothing for next year.

I'm already working on building my boys' summer wardrobe for next year. I picked up these tropical cargo shorts at Walmart this weekend for $1.00! (Incredible!)

If you're out shopping, what deals have you found?


Deals of the Week for August 31, 2014 are live

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune has one insert - Procter & Gamble (PG.)

Here's a new giveaway for you this week: Enter to win a Kidstuff Chicagoland coupon book! This has discount offers for everything from the Museum of Science and Industry to Santa's Village to Magic Waters, with Jewel-Osco, Toys R Us, Macy's, Regal Cinemas and more!

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


Building my kids' wardrobes... one piece at a time.

The other day, I was talking to another friend of mine who was distraught about having to buy her child's back-to-school wardrobe all at once. "So expensive," she said, adding that she'd spent more than $600 on her son's clothing.

She knows what I do (both for a living and in my personal life as a coupon/deal shopper!) but when she asked how much I spent on back-to-school, I said "I have no idea - I bought all of their clothes for the coming year slowly, whenever I saw deals."

Some people get this, and others don't. That's okay, but financially, it's what works for our family. I also like knowing that we're never in "panic mode" wardrobe-wise. Grew out of your jeans? That's okay - there's a stack of jeans in the next size up just waiting in your closet. Favorite hoodie doesn't fit? Hand it down to your little brother, and go grab a new one from your closet.

Since my kids were very young, I've built their wardrobes piece by piece - often just one or two pieces at a time. Anytime I see a good price on something I know they'll need, I buy it. This usually means I'm shopping out of the current season.

For example, right now I've been finding great deals on summer clothing, shirts and shorts. As we're heading into fall, I'm buying things one and two sizes larger than my son wears right now in anticipation of next summer.

I also don't miss an opportunity to use a good coupon! This morning, I got a $10-off-$10 coupon for JC Penney in my email. Unless I personally need something for myself, I always head right to the kids' clothing racks and scour them for deals.

Today I picked up a pair of Arizona boys' black denim shorts. They were marked down to $9.99. JCP is giving an extra 25% off clearance prices right now too, so they dropped to $7.49.

I needed another item to get over $10 to use my coupon, so I picked out a cute Arizona tunic shirt/dress for my niece (who also benefits from Aunt Jill's clothes shopping strategies!) It was marked down to $3.99. With the extra 25% off, it dropped to $2.99.

With my $10-off-$10, I paid .48 for both items. Adding .04 for tax, I was out the door for .52 for both items -- a steal!


Friday Fun: My Yankee Candle clearance find at Meijer

I stopped into Meijer yesterday to pick up some of the sale items, and I browsed the clearance endcaps too. I spotted Yankee Candle 22-ounce dual-wick jars on clearance for $7! These normally sell for $29.99. I thought, "Wow, that's super cheap for Yankee."

Of course, they were all the same scent, so I'm just guessing that this scent wasn't terribly popular...

"Tailgating."

Tailgating? What does tailgating smell like?

Well, let me tell you. Tailgating apparently smells like grilled meats with a heavy touch of bacon. This candle cracked me up! I cannot imagine what occasion I might light this up for. However, I found the idea of having guests come over and smell the scent of grilled meats wafting through our house hilarious, and I bought it.

Also, I will tell you that having the lid off the jar is driving my dog crazy. He really, really wants to taste it.

I'm also wondering if I was lured to buy this meat candle simply because I know what Yankee Candles usually sell for. That's one of the pitfalls of clearance shopping, right? Is it really a deal just because it's cheap?

Judging from the reactions of my family members, this candle was absolutely worth getting. Everyone's been laughing at it... except my teenager, who simply said "That's awful."


Photos of Patrick Sharp working at Jewel-Osco yesterday

Yesterday, the Chicago Blackhawks' own Patrick Sharp worked as a Jewel-Osco cashier at the Carol Stream Jewel yesterday! Reader SSMark1 shared some photos taken by his friend Elizabeth Gutowski:


Mmm, bacon! Help me decipher my Walgreens receipt...

Last week, I wrote about changes to Walgreen's acceptance of Register Rewards. Their coupon policy doesn't allow a Register Reward to exceed the cost of one item, where you could previously apply the balance of a larger $5 or $10 reward over multiple, lower-priced items.

I went to Walgreens today to stock up on bacon (16oz. Oscar Mayer is $3 after Balance Rewards - a super price!) and I had a $5 Register Reward from doing the Crest deal earlier in the week. I still had some Crest coupons left, so I did another round (Crest is .33 per tube after coupon/RR.)

Then, armed with two $5 Register Rewards, I decided to try to use them to buy my bacon. Reader SSMark1 noted that in his experience, as long as you are buying one item in your transaction that equals or exceeds the cost of the Register Reward, in his experience, you could use it. This does contradict the written policy, but I figured - let's see what happens...


Bear with me as I try to explain this, because it's a little confusing.

As I was loading my basket with bacon, I noticed many summer items on clearance. I picked up a mesh backpack for $5.49 (thought it looked like a good way to keep my kids sand toys together and the bag sand-free) and a beach bag for $1.25.

So, I bought one $5.49 item (mesh backpack,) one $1.25 item (beach bag) and eight $4 items (bacon.)

I handed over two $5 Crest Register Rewards. Both scanned without issue, and I paid $29.82 with tax & got 8000 Balance Rewards points ($8) back for the bacon.

Now, the question is...

1) Did both of my two $5 Register Rewards attach to the mesh backpack, as it was the only item that exceeded their $5 face values, or;

2) Is the store's register not yet updated to exclude RRs from being used on lower-priced items?


GIVEAWAY: Win a KidStuff 2014-2015 Chicagoland coupon savings book!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by KidStuff Coupon Books. I have received copies of the KidStuff Chicago Area coupon book, as well as information to help promote the product as part of this giveaway.

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! The winners are Slucas46 and MelsHome!

Are you familiar with KidStuff coupon books? They're filled with hundreds of 50% off and 2-for-1 local discounts on family-friendly destinations for dining, groceries, shopping, services, attractions and more!

KidStuff offers localized coupon books throughout the United States as school fundraisers. The books sell for $25, and the profit is split with local schools. They've got a new 2014-2015 coupon book for Chicagoland, and I've got two of these great books to give away to two readers!

Here are some of the great coupons you'll find inside the KidStuff Chicago Area coupon book. All are valid through 12/31/15:

  • Jewel-Osco: $5 off $100 grocery purchase (3 coupons)
  • Toys R Us: $5 off $25 purchase (4 coupons)
  • Carsons: $25 off $75 purchase
  • Macy's: 15% off regular, sale or clearance purchase
  • Ulta: $5 off $15
  • Regal Cinemas: $2 off movie ticket (4 coupons)
  • Discovery Center museum, Rockford: Buy One Get One Free admission
  • Magic Waters waterpark: $5 off admission for up to 4 people ($20 total)
  • Museum of Science and Industry: $4 off admission for up to 2 people
  • Santa's Village Azoosment Park: Buy One Get One Half Off admission
  • Pump It Up: Buy One Get One Free pop-in play admission
  • Denny's: 20% off entire check
  • Dunkin Donuts: .99 Lattes

There are many more offers in this book too - lots of local family entertainment coupons inside. You can browse a full list of offers too on their site.

Want a chance to win one of these KidStuff Chicagoland coupon books? Simply post a reply in the comments under this article! This giveaway begins today, August 28th, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on September 3, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on September 4th, two winners will be chosen via a random number generator!


Deals of the Week for August 24, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune had two coupon inserts: one RedPlum (RP) and one 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


Walgreens ups the madness with new Register Reward restrictions

Back in May, Walgreens updated their coupon policy to clarify the following:

  • The number of manufacturer coupons, including Register Rewards®/Savings Rewards manufacturer coupons, shall not exceed the number of items in the transaction.
  • Walgreens will not accept coupons that exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.

The first part about the number of coupons exceeding the number of items was not new in practice, but it was the first time this was actually defined in policy.

Now, the second point has been causing some issues in-store recently, and I think it's worth explaining this to fully understand what's going on.


Walgreens has always considered Register Rewards to be manufacturer coupons. Their registers do not allow shoppers to have more manufacturer coupons than items. So, for example:

OLD WAY:

    +         +              

If you had a $5 Register Reward and wanted to buy a $7.99 bottle of Tide, AND you wanted to also use a $2 coupon on the Tide, you could not complete your transaction. In this example, the shopper has more manufacturer coupons than items being purchased.


A bargain-priced idea for luggage organization

A few months ago, when I went on the All American RV Blogger Tour, one of the gifts I received was a set of Eagle Creek Pack-Its, which are small zipper bags that you can use inside a suitcase to organize socks, underwear and other items:

The lightweight bags are made of nylon. After using these a few times since then, I've found that I really like them - they seem well-made, and they keep the inside of my suitcase from becoming a wild mess of belongings! However, this set of three bags sells for close to $40.

We went to Ikea over the weekend, and I spotted a cool four-piece set of "UPPTACKA" travel organization bags in the store:

Now, while these bags are definitely of a different style, the price is different too... this set of Ikea travel bags was just .99!


Deals of the Week for August 17, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune had three coupon inserts: one RedPlum (RP,) SmartSource (SS,) and a one-page P&G (PG.) Look at the cover of the Trib too for a $1 peelie for Hudsonville ice cream.

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


Jewel-Osco hit by hack attempt

Crain's Chicago Business has an article about a hack attempt at Jewel-Osco:


Jewel-Osco suffered an “unlawful intrusion” made to try to take credit and debit card data, but the grocery chain's owner said it has not determined that any customer information was stolen. All Jewel-Osco stores were affected, according to a spokeswoman. But “as of this time, we have not determined that any card data was stolen and there is no evidence of any misuse of our customers' data,” she wrote in an email. “The investigation is ongoing.”

The chain's parent company said it “believes that the intrusion has been contained and is confident that its customers can safely use their credit and debit cards in its stores.”

The time frame in question may have begun June 22 at the earliest and ended July 17 at the latest, according to Jewel-Osco's owner, a group of firms that includes Cerberus Capital Management, Kimco Realty Corp. and Klaff Realty.

The incident also affected stores in other chains owned by the group of firms, which is offering customers a year of free ID theft protection.


Call AllClear ID at 1-855-865-4449 to learn more about the year of free ID theft protection.

Thanks to reader J.R. for sharing the article.


My Jewel-Osco #HugeSale shopping trip for the week...

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

Have you been shopping Jewel-Osco's 115th Anniversary #HugeSale? I found quite a few bargains this week. Here's what I bought...

- Four Kemp's frozen yogurts. On sale for $3, I paid $2 each with the $1 coupon from the 7/27 SS2.
- Five Kraft Mac & Cheese SpongeBob pastas. On sale for .29 each after the "Buy 5" sale.
- Two Cabot cheese blocks. On sale for $2 each, I paid $1.50 each with this $1-off-2 printable.
- Six Pillsbury cake mixes. On sale for .79 each after the "Buy 10" sale, I paid .29 each with $1-off-2 tearpads.
- Four Pillsbury brownie mixes. On sale for .99 each after the "Buy 10" sale, I paid .49 each with $1-off-2 tearpads.

I had some clearance finds too:

- Two boxes of Eggo Bites Vanilla French Toast. On clearance for .89 per box, I'll post-redeem the $1-off-2 from the 8/3 RP2 and get these for .39 per box.
- Two bags of frozen Edamame on clearance for $1.49 each.


Correction to Jewel Mac & Cheese sale: Shapes only

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

I just got back from shopping the #HugeSale at Jewel-Osco, and there are signs up in the store regarding the Kraft Mac & Cheese that's part of the Kraft "Buy 5, Save $5" sale this week:

The "regular" Kraft Mac & Cheese shown in ad is not part of the sale. You must buy the Shapes varieties (characters like SpongeBob, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) to receive the .29 post-sale price.

Additionally, Jewel is limiting shoppers to one transaction per customer on the Kraft sale.

View the store sign larger below:


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Getting the skinny on double coupons

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Getting the skinny on double coupons." Here's an excerpt:


"Dear Jill,

"Certain parts of the country tend to have more stores that double coupons than others do, and market areas considered to be 'affluent' (whether we agree with that term or not!) tend not to offer as many double coupon promotions. In some regions, retailers double coupons simply because a competitor store in the area is also doubling coupons — they’ve decided to “play along” and double coupons, too, so they don’t lose market share to their competitor."


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!

View an archive of past Super-Couponing Tips columns


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FREE sample of Nesquik!

Nesquik's free sample offer is back! Answer a couple of questions to determine whether or not you qualify for a FREE sample of Nesquik! The last time we saw this offer, many of us (myself included) did not qualify. I'm not sure what the criteria are, but what have you got to lose? Give it a try and request your free sample!


Need kids' jeans? Crazy 8's got 'em for $10 per pair with free shipping!

Crazy 8

This weekend, Crazy 8 (Gymboree's sister store) is offering FREE shipping through 9/14. Kids' jeans are just $10 per pair! If you need jeans at a good price, this is a great time to buy them, especially when you don't have to pay for shipping!

Kids' long-sleeve tees are just $5 too through the weekend.


Crazy 8 carries boys' and girls' clothes in toddler sizes up to size 14! Browse this sale at Crazy 8!


SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Kraft Easy Mac cup

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.

Locally, 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.

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.


New Carnation Instant Breakfast Catalina + $1.79 Jewel-Osco deal


$1.25 off One
Carnation Essentials
Instant Breakfast
Print Coupon

Reader Dancingwolves spotted Catalina tags at Jewel-Osco for the Carnation Instant Breakfast that's on sale this week!

- Buy 2 and get a $1 Catalina
- Buy 3 or more and get a $3 Catalina

Carnation Breakfast Essentials Instant Breakfast 12.6-13oz. is on sale for $4.29 through 9/16 at Jewel. (This Catalina's apparently running through 1/5/15, according to I Heart Kroger.)

The 8/17 SS has a $1.50 coupon. You can print a $1.25 printable here and a $1 printable here too if you need them.

Buy three. With three $1.50 coupons, pay $8.37 and get a $3 Catalina! That's $5.37 for three, or $1.79 each! SUPER CHEAP for this!

As I noted in this week's Jewel deals writeup, it's been a long time since I've seen a sale on this -- and the sale just got better!


New Checkout 51 offers for September 11, 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 9/11/14 until 11:59PM EST 9/17/14:

- .50 off tomatoes
- .25 off yogurt
- .25 off bananas
- .25 off blueberries
- $1 off Flintstones vitamins
- .55 off Arla Dofino cheese
- $1 off Wild Garden hummus

Some offers from previous weeks continue this week too.

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


Print now for $1.50 Pine-Sol next week at CVS


$1.00 off Two
Pine-Sol
Print Coupon

Beginning 9/14 at CVS/pharmacy, 24-28oz. Pine-Sol will be on sale for $2. Buy two and use this $1-off-2 printable to drop these to $1.50 each!


SavingStar Healthy Offer of the Week: 20% off oranges

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

Jewel-Osco, Mariano's, Target, Walmart, Meijer, Kroger, Piggly Wiggly and Peapod shoppers... Click to load this offer to your store card!

*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 $2 Mini Babybel cheeses at Meijer


$1.00 off One
Mini Babybel
Cheese
Print Coupon

Beginning 9/11 at Meijer, 4.2-4.5oz. Babybel cheeses x will be on sale for $3 Use this $1 printable and pay $2! My kids like these for their school lunches.


Print now for $1.49 Bisquick at Jewel-Osco


.50 off One
Bisquick
baking mix
Print Coupon

Beginning 9/10 at Jewel-Osco, 20oz. Bisquick baking mix will be on sale for $1.99. Use this .50 printable and pay $1.49!


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FREE Tena products at Walmart

This is a great deal for anyone who uses Tena pads or liners! Tomorrow's 9/7 SS2 insert has a $5 coupon for Tena.

On the opposite page, a Walmart ad notes that a variety of Tena products will be priced at $3.97 through 9/13 at Walmart! That's FREE Tena!

This is one of those weeks where if this is a product you use regularly, you should consider buying extra papers just for this coupon. You can buy Tribunes for $1 at Dollar Tree and Menards, and you'll basically be "paying" $1 for more Tena. Great way to stock up at a great price.

Products priced at $3.97 next week at Walmart are:

- Tena Active Ultra Thin Pads Long 24ct.
- Tena Moderate Pads Regular 20ct.
- Tena Active Ultra Thin Pads Regular 30ct.
- Tena Active Liners Long 44ct.


Print now for $1.50 Old Spice and Herbal Essences body wash at Walgreens


$1.00 off One
Herbal Essences body wash
Print Coupon

$1.00 off One
Old Spice
body wash
Print Coupon

Beginning 9/7 at Walgreens, 15.8-18oz. Old Spice and Herbal Essences body washes will be on sale 2-for-$7. Buy two and get 2000 Balance Rewards points ($2.) For Herbal Essences, use two $1 coupons from the 8/17 SS or printables. For Old Spice, use two $1 printables. Pay $5 and get 2000 points ($2) back, making these $3 for two, or $1.50 each!


SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Reese's peanut butter cup

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.

Locally, 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.

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.


Chicago's Field Museum Groupon admission deals

Headed to the Field Museum in Chicago? Not without your discount admissions from Groupon, right?

Groupon has some good deals today on admissions to the Field Museum:

- $12.50 for a child's admission (regularly $18.00)
- $17.50 for an adult's admission (regularly $25.00)

Admissions expire Nov 30th, 2014. Limit 5 per person.

Go get your Field Museum Groupons!


New Checkout 51 offers for September 4, 2014

Checkout 51 Offers

Checkout 51, the ecoupon app (which you can use over the web too!) will have new ecoupon offers to load at midnight tonight. Checkout 51 ecoupon offers are valid at all stores. Here's a peek at some of the new offers:

Offers valid 9/4/14 until 11:59PM EST 9/10/14:

- .75 off Tabasco sauce
- .25 off avocados
- .25 off onions
- .25 off fresh tomatoes
- .25 off any tortilla chips
- $1 off Pledge

Many offers from last week continue this week too.

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


Jennie-O sausage and bacon deals at Jewel-Osco


$1.00 off One
Jennie-O
turkey sausage
Print Coupon

.55 off One
Jennie-O
turkey bacon
Print Coupon

I'm browsing through the new Jewel-Osco September Big Book of Savings ad, and Jennie-O turkey sausage and bacon are both good deals!

16oz. Jennie-O turkey sausage rolls are on sale for $2.50. Use this $1 printable and pay $1.50!

And, 12oz Jennie-O turkey bacon is on sale for $2.50. Use this .55 printable and pay $1.95.


Rubbermaid products are 10%-25% off at Jewel-Osco

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jewel-Osco. I have been compensated for this post. All opinions about Jewel-Osco are my own.

Through 9/23, Rubbermaid products are 10% to 25% off at Jewel-Osco stores!

Here are some prices I gathered from my Huntley Jewel-Osco:

- Rubbermaid Refill & Reuse cups and tumblers are $3.74 - $4.11 each
- Rubbermaid drink pitchers are $4.94 - $5.61 each
- Rubbermaid MixerMate pitcher is $6.29
- Rubbermaid EasyFinder container set is $10.79
- Rubbermaid lidded storage containers are $4.49 - $14.36 each depending on size
- Rubbermaid Take-Alongs 4ct. container sets are $2.24 - $2.61 each
- My store also had Rubbermaid lidded compartment trays on clearance for $3.49

The 7/27 SS2 has a $1.50 coupon for Rubbermaid Lunch Blox lunch kits too! I did not see these at my Jewel, but if yours has them, adding this coupon may make for a good deal too. You can also print a $1 coupon for the LunchBlox lunch bag and a $2 coupon for the LunchBlox Kids kit.


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