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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


Deals of the Week for August 10, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

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

I've got a new giveaway this week for anyone who loves Asian food! Enter to win a free InnovAsian Lemon Grass Kitchen frozen dinner entree!

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


Friday fun: Remember when generics looked like this?

I was up at my grandparents' house this week and spotted this fun coffee can in the garage:

Remember when generic, store-brand products looked like this? It's almost as if stores wanted to make their house brands look as bland as possible!

Private label has certainly come a long way over the past few decades. So how old is this can, and which store is it from?

Click to find out.


REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: InnovAsian Cuisine’s Lemon Grass Kitchen

Disclosure: I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central for InnovAsian Cuisine. I received coupons for Lemon Grass Kitchen frozen meals to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! Winner will be posted soon!

InnovAsian Cuisine’s Lemon Grass Kitchen is a new line of restaurant-quality frozen Thai and Vietnamese meals! I was recently invited to try some Lemon Grass Kitchen entrees with my family and share my thoughts. Continue reading too, as one of my lucky readers will have a chance to win a coupon for a FREE Lemon Grass Kitchen entree too!

We enjoy many varieties of Asian foods, so we were looking forward to trying Lemon Grass Kitchen. Nationally, these entrees are available at Walmart and Safeway stores. Choose from the following varieties:


  • Beef & Broccoli Noodles
  • Chicken Pad Thai
  • Lemongrass Chicken Stir Fry
  • Red Curry Sauce with Chicken
  • Shrimp Pad Thai
  • Thai-Style Chicken Fried Rice

We selected three 18-ounce entrees for a Thai-themed dinner at our house: Beef & Broccoli noodles, Shrimp Pad Thai, and Thai-Style Chicken Fried Rice.


Jewel-Osco announces #BestRoadTripEver Giveaway

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

Jewel-Osco is hosting a "Best Road Trip Ever" giveaway in which you can win a FREE car ($41,000 value!)

This giveaway features a progressive prize based on the number of entries. When you enter to win, you can accumulate miles by captioning your road trip essentials. More miles results in a higher-value car.

Here's how to enter. Visit Jewel-Osco's Best Road Trip Ever Giveaway on the web. You'll see a screen like this:

  • Click the "Push to Start" button.
  • Provide First Name, Last Name, Phone Number, valid Email Address, and select your State, City, and nearest store on the Sweepstakes Submission Form.
  • Spin to receive four (4) product images.
  • Select an Introduction.
  • Caption each of the four (4) product images with at least ten (10) characters including spaces, but not more than two hundred and fifty (250) characters.
  • Select a Conclusion, and submit your entry!

School supplies shouldn't break the bank

I recently did an interview for a story about saving on school supplies. It appeared in several Chicago Sun-Times-owned newspapers this week. Read it online at The Beacon-News! Here's an excerpt from the story:


Always on the lookout for penny rulers and 10-cent boxes of crayons, Cataldo urges shoppers to scour the sales fliers and be willing to travel to multiple places to purchase items because one store might have a sale on markers and another on scissors.

If the goal is to save money, Cataldo advises people to avoid buying everything at one store. She said stores drive in customers with one-cent sale items only to charge full price or more for everything else.

Driving around to different stores in one day to take advantage of all the deals might not be the best option either.

Cataldo said she takes several weeks and stops at various stores only when she is in the area. Also by keeping a list of school supplies in her purse, she can pick up supplies that are on sale as she’s out running errands.

While facial issue and lunch supplies are staples for a coupon-clipper, Cataldo said manufacturers are starting to offer coupons on items such as pens and dry erase markers.

She added consumers should be willing to shop at stores that traditionally don’t sell school supplies. For instance, Menards was offering 70-page spiral notebooks and black or blue pens for the whopping price of free, after a mail-in rebate. So Cataldo purchased the 10-notebook limit.


Read the entire article online at The Beacon-News.


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Reader Tips for Big Savings

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Reader Tips for Big Savings." Here's an excerpt:


"Dear Jill,

"Why are greeting cards so expensive? I think the price has been creeping up every year, and the last time I bought one for a friend’s birthday, many of them were $3.99, $4.99 and more! If no one says anything, I feel like they will just keep going up and up. I can’t stomach paying that much for cardboard, but I find the free electronic greeting cards a bit impersonal."


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 August 3, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune had four coupon inserts: Two RedPlum (RP1 and RP2,) one SmartSource (SS) and a one-page Procter & Gamble (PG.)

I've got a new giveaway this week if you love tasty treats! Enter to win a Nonni's Biscotti Bites pack!

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


Walmart's Savings Catcher launching nationwide on August 4th

Have you heard about Walmart's Savings Catcher? Savings Catcher launched in a few test markets earlier this year, but it's scheduled to roll out nationwide on Monday.

Walmart's Savings Catcher is supposed to do the job of price-matching other retailers for you! They're advertising it as a shop-and-get-money-back solution so you don't have to do the work of ad matching. You'll shop, then enter a code from your receipt online to see if you qualify for money back:

  • Here's how easy it is: Enter the receipt number and date printed on the bottom of your store receipt.
  • Savings Catcher scans circulars from top competitors in your area for advertised details that match the eligible items on your receipt.
  • If Savings Catcher finds a lower advertised price, you get the difference.

You can sign up to use Savings Catcher on Walmart's site. Then, you can access the Savings Catcher either over the web or via Walmart's app.

More details from the site:

If Savings Catcher finds an advertised price that is lower than what you paid for the same exact item at Walmart, you’ll get back the difference on a Walmart Rewards eGift Card. You can submit up to 7 receipts per week to Savings Catcher.

You have the option to accumulate your Rewards Dollars and build your balance in Savings Catcher or transfer it onto a Walmart Rewards eGift Card whenever and as often as you choose. If you haven’t redeemed your Rewards Dollars at the end of the calendar year, Walmart will automatically transfer them onto a Walmart Rewards eGift Card and notify you.

What happens if I use coupons? No problem, you can still use Savings Catcher. If you use a coupon, Savings Catcher will compare the original Walmart price of the item, before the coupon was applied, to other stores’ advertised prices for the same item. For example: You bought cookies at Walmart. The shelf price was $3 and you used a coupon for $0.25, so you paid $2.75. If Savings Catcher finds that a competitor advertised those same cookies for $2.00, Savings Catcher will still credit you $1.00, even though you paid only $2.75 at Walmart.

Savings Catcher applies to many items sold at Walmart stores. This includes:
Most groceries such as cereal, rice and most fruits and vegetables except for: store brand items, deli, bakery and weighed items like meat.
Consumable items such as paper towels, bleach and trash bags.
Health and beauty items such as shampoo and makeup.
Select general merchandise items.

Savings Catcher does not currently apply to:
Store brands, deli, bakery and weighed items like meat.
General merchandise items, (including, but not limited to, electronics, media and gaming, toys, sporting goods, housewares, small appliances, home décor, bedding, books and magazines, apparel and shoes, jewelry, furniture, office supplies and seasonal products).
Non-branded items.
Tobacco, firearms, gasoline, tires, prescription drugs, optical and photo products and services, or products that require a service agreement such as wireless, automotive or financial products.

With Savings Catcher, you can earn a maximum of $599.99 Reward Dollars per calendar year.

Sign up to use Savings Catcher on Walmart's site.


GIVEAWAY: Win three packages of Nonni's Biscotti Bites!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Nonni's. I have received three boxes of Nonni's Biscotti Bites, as well as information to help promote the product as part of this giveaway.

GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED! Winner will be posted soon!

Oh, Super-Couponers, here's a tasty giveaway you won't want to miss!

Do you love biscotti? Nonni's Biscotti makes delicious, twice-baked biscotti treats that are sold coast to coast in supermarkets around the country. Now, Nonni's has a new product out called Biscotti Bites! Nonni's Biscott Bites are mini, bite-sized biscotti perfect for snacking and sharing.

As part of this promotion, Nonni's sent over some Biscotti Bites for me and my family to try. We sampled three new flavors: Almond Dark Chocolate, Very Berry Almond (cranberry and blueberry biscotti dipped in yogurt) and our favorite, Double Chocolate Salted Caramel! All of them were tasty, but there was jus tsomething wonderful about the sweet and salty flavor of the chocolate and caramel. Yum!

But don't take my word for it... as you might be the lucky reader who receives THREE coupons for FREE boxes of Nonni's Biscotti Bites to try and enjoy! Want to win? To enter, simply post a reply in the comments! This Nonni's Biscotti Bites giveaway begins today, July 30, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on August 5, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on August 6th, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!


Red Lobster to "act fancier" by plating food differently and raising prices

I'm reading a Yahoo story about Red Lobster's new owner and its strategy to "fancy up" the restaurant chain.

Now, I like Red Lobster, but it is what it is -- a casual restaurant with some moderately priced seafood and some higher-priced seafood. Go when there's a special "fest" or feast going, and you can maximize what you're getting for what you're paying.

Well, Red Lobster's new owner has plans to make Red Lobster a finer dining experience. From the article:


Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and plating dishes higher as is the style at fancy restaurants.

... many people still view Red Lobster as "fine-dining for the middle class." But the push to change perceptions about the quality of Red Lobster's food could be a challenge, given recent promotions like "30 shrimp for $11.99," or a lobster pot pie that had just a half-ounce of lobster meat.

Lopdrup, who served as president of Red Lobster from 2004 to 2011 before moving on to head other aspects of Darden's business, said he planned to end such steep discounting.

"You're not going to see any of these low-priced specials that we're not proud of," he said.

About two weeks ago, Red Lobster also starting rolling out a new plating style for its fish dishes that will expand to other parts of the menu.

Previously, fish dishes were served on rectangular plates, with the fish, rice and vegetables spread out in separate corners. Now when customers order off the "Fresh Fish" menu, they get a round plate on which slabs of fish are piled over the rice, a vertical presentation commonly found at higher-end establishments.

"The food arranged in a way that's more like you'd see at a fine-dining restaurant," Lopdrup said. "The seafood is the star."

As for the food itself, that hasn't changed.


Red Lobster released a photo via the AP to show the improved plating. The old plating is on top, and the new (round plate) plating is on the bottom.

What do you think of this strategy? Honestly, more "attractive plating" isn't a factor in whether or not I want to eat at a restaurant.

The article goes on to state that they will be offering "pricier items" on the menu too upwards of a $30 price point.

Read "Red Lobster tries acting like a fancier restaurant" on Yahoo.


New Super-Couponing Tips column: Newspaper personnel discuss coupon theft

This week's syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column is entitled "Newspaper personnel discuss coupon theft." Here's an excerpt:


"Dear Jill,

In the last couple of years, the problems caused for us by extreme couponers are major. Bundles of advertising sections for the Sunday paper are being stolen so the couponers can sell the whole bundles to other extreme couponers. People drive through neighborhoods after the papers have been delivered and steal them from driveways.

There are so many problems with this (besides the outright illegality of stealing something that isn’t yours). One is that the person who delivers the papers is blamed for not delivering the papers. They also get charged for each of the missed paper complaints. At our business, the going rate is $2 per daily paper and $4 for each Sunday paper. They are only paid on average less than 15 cents to deliver each paper Mon-Sat, and maybe 25 cents average for each Sunday paper."


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


Deals of the Week for July 27, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune had FIVE coupon inserts: Two SmartSource (SS1 or SS2,) two RedPlum (RP1 and RP2,) and one Procter & Gamble (PG.)

I've got a new giveaway this week for my fellow skincare junkies! Enter to win the "Raid Jill's Skincare Stockpile" grab bag!

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


Why don't they make bed sheets like this any more?

I love browsing at Goodwill stores -- you just never know what you'll find.

Recently at my local Goodwill, I found this delightful vintage package of two cotton fitted twin-size bed sheets for $1.99. Now, I'm a sucker for vintage packaging, and thanks to Google, I've ascertained that these sheets were made sometime in the 1950s! I didn't buy them just for the packaging though. We've been camping a lot lately, and with the warm weather, we've been packing fitted sheets for our airbeds. I figured if I found some cotton fitted twin sheets at a good price, I'd pick them up to keep in our camping tote.

Well, a 2-pack of twin fitted sheets for under $2 certainly fit the bill for my boys' twin airbeds, but I wondered if the sheets would still be in new condition after being sealed in the package for sixty years or more..! Surely the elastic would have dry-rotted, but for $1.99, I figured I'd take a chance.

I bought the sheets. I opened them up, and they seemed fine -- they hadn't even yellowed from age! So, I checked the corners of the sheets where one would expect the elastic to be. These sheets have no elastic -- they're truly a "fitted sheet" with a mitered corner.

I laundered them and slipped a sheet onto one of my son's beds to try them out. And immediately I wondered... why aren't sheets made like this any more? They're incredible! They fit so tightly to the mattress that you could bounce a proverbial quarter off the top of the bed. There are no loose corners here, and there's no elastic to wear out.


GIVEAWAY: Win this "Raid Jill's Skincare Stockpile" grab bag!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by me. All of the skincare products featured in the giveaway were provided to me free of charge from CVS/pharmacy, Olay, and Puritan's Pride.

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! Winner will be posted soon!

Part of "blogger life" is receiving great samples of products from a variety of companies and brands. I'm a huge skincare junkie, as you may already know..! And, as much as I love trying new products, I've also learned over the years that some products just don't work for me -- no matter how much I might like them to. Retinols? Great for renewing skin... unless you spend a lot of time in the sun (which I do.) Lip products with sunscreen in them don't agree with me either, but I know a lot of people swear by them.

So, when I get new products to try and sample, I scour the ingredients lists like the fiendish ingredients nerd I am... and if there are products that I think won't agree with my skin, I stash them in a box on my office shelf. And then..?

Well, it seems a little silly to keep brand-new products in my stockpile that I won't use, so I'd love to share them with you! One lucky reader will get to (virtually) raid my skincare stockpile and take home a variety of popular skincare items!

This Skincare Stockpile grab bag contains:

  • Olay Regenerist Filling & Sealing Wrinkle Treatment ($19.99 retail)
  • CVS/pharmacy Accelerated Wrinkle Repair Serum ($18.99 retail)
  • Lumene Complete Rewind Visible Wrinkle Eraser ($23.99 retail)
  • Puritan's Pride Retinol Cream ($9.59 retail)
  • Two CVS Sport SPF 30 Lip Balms ($1.99 each at retail)

The total value of this assortment is more than $76.00! Jump-start your skincare routine by sampling and enjoying all of these brand-new, full-size retail versions of popular skincare items.

For a chance to win, simply post a comment below!

This "Raid Jill's Skincare Stockpile" giveaway begins today, July 24th, 2014, and runs for one week. The giveaway will end on July 30th, 2014 at 11:59pm CST, and on July 31st, one winner will be chosen via a random number generator!


New printable coupons from Savings!

Savings.com launched a new set of printable coupons, so we've got yet another site to print coupons from!

If you're shopping for school supplies, you may want to check these out -- there are some good ones for Crayola products and more. Here are the new coupons currently available:

- $1.50 off Crayola 24ct. Erasable or 30ct. Twistable colored pencils
- $1.50 off Crayola Visi-Max dry erase markers
- $1 off 4 Hunt's Snack Pack 4ct. puddings
- $2 off Huggies Little Swimmers
- $2 off Pull-Ups
- $1 off 2 Del Monte Fruit Burst Squeezers or fruit cup 4-packs
- $1.50 off Tate + Lyle Fair Trade Sugar
- $1 off any Naked Juice
- $1 off O.N.E. coconut water 1-liter or 2 16.9oz.
- $1 off 2 Sargento natural cheese
- $1 off 2 Sargento Tastings cheeses
- $1 off any Simple Green
- $1 off 2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 or Xtreme deodorant
- $1 off 2 Dial Complete hand wash
- $1 off any White Cloud bath tissue
- .55 off Sargento Cheese Snack 5oz. or larger

Browse printable coupons from Savings!


Food companies quietly dropping GMO ingredients

NPR has an interesting article about brands quietly dropping genetically modified ingredients. One would think this would be a huge selling point for brands and that they'd be shouting this information from the rooftops, but according to the story, they're not:


General Mills' original plain Cheerios are now GMO-free, but the only announcement was in a company blog post in January. And you won't see any label on the box highlighting the change. Grape Nuts, another cereal aisle staple, made by Post, is also non-GMO. And Target has about 80 of its own brand items certified GMO-free.

Megan Westgate runs the Non-GMO Project, which acts as an independent third-party verifier of GMO-free products, including Target's. She says her organization knows about "a lot of exciting cool things that are happening that for whatever strategic reasons get kept pretty quiet."

But just because they're testing the water doesn't mean most mainstream companies are ready to start publicizing their changes.

Nathan Hendricks, an agricultural economist at Kansas State University, says big food producers are trying to gauge what direction consumers are headed in. "Ultimately," he says, "these big companies aren't just friends with Monsanto or something. They want to make a profit, and they want to be able to do what's going to make them money." So they'd better have a product line in the works if consumer sentiment starts to shift more heavily toward GMO-free food.


Read the entire article at NPR.


Deals of the Week for July 20, 2014 are live!

Deals of the Week are live!

Sunday's Chicago Tribune had NO coupon inserts due to it being a scheduled non-insert 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


FREE Super-Couponing Workshop + Saturday Shopping Spree on July 19th in Woodstock, IL!

My Super-Couponing workshop comes to Woodstock, Illinois on July 19th as part of a "Saturday Shopping Spree" event!

Doors open at 9:30am for a shopping spree featuring vendors like Tastefully Simple, Mary Kay, Perfectly Posh and more. Pre-register for this free class and receive a $10 coupon to use in the vendor shopping area!

My class takes place at noon, and the vendor shopping area will remain open until 2:30pm.

Saturday, July 19 @ 12:00pm - Woodstock, IL
Super-Couponing at Mixin Mingle
124 Cass Street
Woodstock, IL 60098

If you're in Harvard, Crystal Lake, Cary, Fox River Grove, Barrington, Palatine, Arlington Heights, Mount Prospect, Des Plaines, Park Ridge, Edison Park, Norwood Park, Gladstone Park, Jefferson Park, Irving Park, or Chicago... this workshop's easily accessible for you too! Mixin Mingle is located less than two blocks from the Woodstock Metra rail station. Hop on the train, enjoy the ride, hop off... and walk to class! Find Metra train schedule info here and a walking map here.

Woodstock is also a great place to spend the day -- from shopping to dining, there's so much to do and see on the historic Woodstock Square. It's also where the classic Bill Murray movie "Groundhog Day" was filmed, and you can take a self-guided walking tour of the sights in the movie.


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Extra 15-20% off at JC Penney in-store and online through 8/24

JC Penney is having a sale through Sunday, 8/24. Get 15% off your purchase, or 20% off your total if you're a JC Penney cardholder. What deals do I see?

Women's winter sweaters are $3.30, and summer tops are just $3.60!

Kids' sweat pants and Carters clothing items are priced as low as $3.99!

Check out these Ninja Turtles pajama pants for $3.99 (hey, the movie's still in theaters!) and kids' Disney shirts for $4.99.

Orders of $50 or more ship free to your home. Orders over $25 ship free to store. Remember, you'll get another 15-20% off these prices too!

Browse sales and clearance at JC Penney.


SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Mentos

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.


Print now for $3.99 Lipton K-Cups next week at Walgreens!

SAVE $2.00 On any ONE (1) Lipton® K-Cup® pack product

Starting 8/24 at Walgreens, 12ct. Lipton K-Cups will be on sale for $5.99. Use this $2.00 printable and pay $3.99!


Print now for $1.50 7-Up TEN 12-packs at Walgreens next week


$1.00 off One
7-Up, A&W, Sunkist
and Canada Dry TEN
12-pack
Print Coupon

Beginning 8/24 at Walgreens, 12-packs of 7-Up, Dr. Pepper, A&W, Sunkist, and Canada Dry will be on sale for $3.29 each or 4-for-$10, limit 4. (You must buy 4 to receive the $2.50 price per case.)

For the TEN varieties of 7-Up, A&W, Sunkist and Canada Dry, use this $1 prntable to drop the price of the TEN 12-packs to $1.50! You can print two coupons per computer or device.


FREE subscription to American Baby magazine!



Who doesn't love FREE magazines? I remember getting this when my boys were little. Grab a FREE subscription to American Baby!


New Checkout 51 offers for August 21, 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 the new offers:

Offers valid 8/21/14 until 11:59PM EST 8/27/14:

- .50 off yogurt
- .25 off bananas
- $1.00 off Arla Dofino cheese
- $1.00 off Dream non-dairy beverages
- $1.00 off Dream frozen non-dairy desserts
- $1.00 Imagine chunky style soups
- $1.00 off Dole pineapple juice
- .25 off tomatoes
- $1.00 off 2 SuperPretzel products
- $1.00 off 2 Kim & Scott's gourmet pretzel products
- $1.00 off 2 Luigi's Real Italian Ice products
- .50 off Scrubbing Bubbles bathroom
- .50 off Scrubbing Bubbles toilet
- $2.00 off Robin Williams People Bookazine & People magazine
- $1.00 off Urban Accents dryglaze grilling rubs
- $1.00 off Urban Accents spice blends
- $5.00 off Sam's Club exclusive Glade Wax Melts kit
- .50 off Glade jar candles
- $1.00 off 2 Glade wax melts
- $1.00 off Glade Plugins scented oil starter kit or warmer
- .50 off Halls drops bags
- .30 off Carmex lip balm
- $1.00 off Roc anti aging product
- $1.00 off McCormick GrillMates steak sauce
- .50 off 2 Nongshim meal noodles
- $1.00 off Wild Garden hummus dip
- $1.00 off Animeals 4 Kids sauces
- .25 off Molly McButter product
- .25 off Regina vinegar product
- $2.00 off Rephresh product
- .50 off World Pea
- $1.50 off 2 Blue Dragon products

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


TODAY ONLY: Free shipping at Gymboree and $5 deals!

I just found out about this, but Gymboree has free shipping, today only, plus deals on sale for $5 or less! What looks good?

I absolutely love this camping-themed tee in Bright Lime for $5! I bought it a few weeks ago when it was $7.99, and it's super cute -- camping designs are embroidered into the shirt. (These are the kinds of things I like to dress my boys in when we go camping or to theme parks too, as bright colors make them so easy to spot!)

This fun "Foosball Champ" sleeveless tee is $3.99!

How about sandals for next summer - just $5.99 per pair!

Over on the girls' side of things, this cute ruffled tunic is $5!

How about this girls' Howling Glitter Wolf tank for $5? (Hey, it's no "Three Wolf Moon" t-shirt, but hey...)

Lots of kids' sun hats and bucket hats are in the $5 range too.

Browse today's sales at Gymboree online!


Get a FREE sample of Always Discreet

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

Have you heard of Always Discreet? It's a new product for women with sensitive bladders. Always Discreet products are on sale at Jewel-Osco this week, but you can get a FREE sample mailed directly to you at this link!

Always says:

One in three women has a sensitive bladder, but only one in nine use a product designed for sensitive bladders. Always understands that bladder leaks are a natural part of being a woman. After all, pee happens. They believe that every woman deserves to feel comfortable at every stage of her life. That's why they created the new Always Discreet for sensitive bladders, in liners, pads and underwear.

If you're interested in this sample, grab it quickly! Once the free samples run out, they'll be replaced by $2.00 coupons for the liners & pads and $3.00 coupons for the underwear.


Print now for $1.29 Nature Made Adult Gummies next week at CVS!


$2.00 off One
Nature Made
Adult Gummies
Print Coupon

Beginning 8/24, CVS/pharmacy will have Nature Made Adult Gummies vitamins (various) on sale for $8.29. Buy one and get $5 back in ExtraBucks, limit 1. Print this $2 printable. Use it when the sale begins, pay $6.29 and get $5 back, making these $1.29!


SavingStar Healthy Offer of the Week: 20% off plums

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

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.


Free shipping at Crazy 8 - today only

Today only, Crazy 8 (Gymboree's sister site!) has FREE shipping with code "CUPCAKE"!


Back-to-School coupon list

Coupons.com sent over a list of "Back to School" coupons to help your family transition back into school days! See if you can use any of these coupons...

School Supply List Coupons
Breakfast Coupons

Packed Lunch & After-School Snack Coupons


Extra 10% off at 6PM.com today - lots of deals!


6PM.com, one of my favorite places to score designer goods at bargain prices, is having an extra 10% off sale today! The first 20,000 shoppers today can use code 6PMEU81520141025 to get an extra 10% off sale prices.

What's on sale today?

- COACH is up to 50% off
- Tommy Hilfiger, Guess and Skechers are up to 70% off
- Reebok is up to 60% off
- Steve Madden is up to 70% off
- All swimwear is on sale, up to 70% off

They're also having a "$10 or Less" clothing clearance!

Shipping is FREE every day at 6PM.

Browse today's sales at 6PM.com!


SavingStar Friday Freebie: Free Jell-O

Save 100% when you buy any ONE (1) 3 oz. box of JELL-O® Gelatin Dessert. Check back every Friday for a new Freebie!.Expires 8/17/2014.Save 100%.

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.


Free coupons, recipes and samples from Pillsbury

Sign up for Pillsbury's site, and you'll and get exclusive coupons, access free samples and receive recipes. More coupons? Always a good thing!


One-night stay for six at Wisconsin Dells Kalahari waterpark resort: $159 ($143 or less with deal!)

Here's a new LivingSocial deal for the indoor waterpark lovers: A one-night stay at the Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells for six for $169! (WE LOVE this place. We've been to Wilderness up there too, which is great, but we love the Kahalari even more! It's huge, but the water park is all in one building, which is a huge plus.)

The package includes:

- A One-Night Stay for Up to Six People in a Two-Bedroom, Two-Bathroom Suite, Sundays through Thursdays ($159), Fridays ($199), or Saturdays ($219)
NOTE: LivingSocial is offering a flash percent-off discount right now that drops the $159 package to $143 if you buy today! This popped up on the screen for me within a few seconds after looking at the offer link.

You may also be able to stack code "15BACK" for another 15% off through 8/17!

- Water Park Admission for All Guests from Noon on Day of Arrival until Water Park Closes on Day of Departure
- Indoor Theme Park Passes for Up to Six People, Good for Entire Stay
- Select Dates Apply (See Fine Print)
- Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Three Nights

- Only valid for stays from September 5 to October 9, 2014
- Sunday to Thursday reservations valid for September 8-10, 16-18, 22-24, 28-30, and October 1-2, 7-9, 2014
- Friday reservations valid for September 5, 12, 19 and October 3, 2014
- Saturday reservations valid for September 13, 20, and October 4, 2014
- Voucher includes water park admission for all guests from noon on day of arrival until water park closes on day of departure and Indoor Theme Park tickets for up to six people
- Taxes (11.75%) and resort fee ($12.99) not included; payable at the time of reservation

Go get your LivingSocial Kalahari Wisconsin Dells deal!


New Checkout 51 offers for August 14, 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 the new offers:

Offers valid 8/7/14 until 11:59PM EST 8/13/14:

- .25 off bananas
- .25 off Pepperidge Farm Cookies
- .25 Stacy's Pita Chips 8 oz. or more
- $1.00 Wild Garden® Hummus Dips
- $1.00 off 2 SUPERPRETZEL® products 9 oz or larger
- $1.00 off 2 Kim & Scott's Gourmet® Pretzel products 7 oz or larger
- $1.00 off 2 LUIGI'S® Real Italian Ice products 24 fl oz or larger
- .25 off Regina Vinegar Products
- .25 off Molly McButter® products
- .25 off Animeals 4 Kids sauces
- $1.00 off Dole canned pineapple juice
- $1.00 off People magazine
- .30 off Carmex lip balm
- $1.00 off McCormick® Grill Mates® Steak Sauce, any variety. Excludes marinades, rubs, and spices.
- .25 off Brooks chili seasoning
- .50 off Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom. Excludes Scrubbing Bubbles® fantastik® and Scrubbing Bubbles® Toilet products.
- .50 off Scrubbing Bubbles® Toilet. Excludes Scrubbing Bubbles® fantastik® and Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom products.
- $3.00 off Glade Wax Melts warmer + refill
- $1.00 off Suave Professional Natural Infusion
- .50 off Halls drops bags 17ct. or larger
- $1.00 off World Peas
- .50 off 2 Nongshim Noodles
- $1.50 off 2 Blue Dragon products
- .75 off 1 Twin or 2 Singles: Glade® PlugIns® Scented Oil Refill
- $2.00 off Glade® Automatic Spray Starter Kit
- $1.00 off Glade® Automatic Spray Refill

Click to browse current ecoupon offers at Checkout 51!


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