Wholly Salsa is free at King Soopers again! Use 50 ¢/1 insert coupons or $1/1 printable coupons (SmartSource.com) to get it for nuthin’. Be sure to check the dates on the packages; while most still had a expiration date of several weeks out, a couple of the ones at my store were about to expire.
Archives for February 2009
Can I let the picture say it all? $26.95 for all of the above – PLUS, I earned a $10 coupon good off my next order, so actual “cost” was really $16.95. This would have cost me $94.28 at Safeway’s regular prices, plus I wouldn’t have earned the $10 off coupon.
This is a big transaction to break down, so I’ll just say this is one of the transactions I usually at the workshop. :)
A heads up if you’re planning on doing the Buy $25 Save $10 Chill Out At Home promo: you can save $5 instantly if you buy two Ore Ida products and two Gorton’s products. Gorton’s products are included in the Buy $25 Save $10 Chill Out At Home promo, Ore Ida products are not. Still a good deal if you can combine the two promotions.
See other people’s great deals at Super Savings Saturday!
Thanks to The Thrifty Mama, who pointed out that you can print out some super, amazing, fabulous, incredible coupons for Huggies at coupons.com right now! There’s a $5 off Huggies Gentle Care and $3 off Huggies natural fit available right now. If you click on the Coupons.com widget on the left-hand top part of my sidebar, you can print these coupons right NOW! You can print two of each, but you’d better hurry because these will go FAST.
The Thrifty Mama is recommending to print these coupons and wait for a super-duper sale that’s coming up at Walgreens. That’s my plan, but even if you’re just going to use them at WalMart’s regular price, you’d still get a great deal. OR, you could use them at King Soopers with some of the Shortcuts coupons available for Huggies.
With two kiddos in diapers, I use whatever brand of diapers we can get for cheap (and it’s usually Huggies or Pampers, not store-brand), but if you’re not a Huggies fan, you can sign up to receive a coupon for $1.50 off Pampers via mail below.
I got my Eat Better AMerica coupon book in the mail the other day – had some nice coupons for higher dollar values than you get in the newspaper (like $1 off one cereal coupons rather than $1 off two or three) and of course the great coupon for $1 off Muir Glen organic products. You can get yours by clicking on the banner above!
Thanks to Michelle from Crazy Colorado Coupons who commented on the King Soopers post for this week that Ritz Snak Sacks at $1 this week – you can use the $2 off 2 coupon (from the 1/25 Smart Source insert) to get these free! Thanks, Michelle!
In celebration of its birthday, iT’Z family entertainment center is having a free family night tomorrow (Friday) from 4 to 8 PM. You’ll get a free buffet, drink, and game card – just need to print coupons from MagicFM. Space is limited, so plan on arriving early! (No clue how early early needs to be. 3:30? Or 10 AM?!)
iT’Z is located at 3035 New Center Point (behind Pier 1 and World Market). Have fun!
(Tip from the Gazettel)
Some nice sales at King Soopers this week – a lot of these sales are repeats of last week.
Meat, Dairy, and Frozen:
- USDA Choice Boneless Chuck Roast $1.99/lb – My target price for roast.
- Whole Fryers, Drumsticks, or Thights 89 ¢/lb – Not a good price for a whole chicken, but only about 10 ¢ more than my target price for thighs.
- Kroger Sour Cream, Cottage Cheese, or Dips $1
- DiGiorno or California Pizza Kitchen Pizzas for One $2 each WYB 5 – Could be a great deal IF there were coupons out, but I don’t see any so I’d pass on this deal since they’re single serving.
- Blue Bunny Ice Cream $2.50
- Kraft Cheese (6-12 oz Selected Bars, Shreds, or Singles) $2 – This was cheaper a few weeks back, but is still not a shabby price for name brand cheese – Iâ€™d just wait for a better sale to really stock up.
- Green, Red, or Black Seedless Grapes 98 ¢/lb
- Broccoli Crown $1/lb
- Lemons (2 lb bag) $1 each – This might even be cheaper than the ethnic markets!
General Grocery and Household:
- General Mills Cereal $1.67 – This sale has been going on for a few weeks now. You can use printable coupons from Coupons.com (see the widget in my sidebar) or recent insert coupons that will double up to $1 to get these for $.67 each. Donâ€™t forget to check for CellFire or ShortCuts coupons, too!
- Progresso Light or Low Sodium Soup $1.50 – You can use a printable for $1.10/1 to get for $.40, or use 25 ¢/1 to get for $1.
- Mentos Gum $1 (unadvertised) – Use 55 ¢/1 or 55 ¢/2 to get these for FREE or 50 ¢ each. I think there are some other brands of gum on sale for $1 that are also unadvertised and may be free or cheap with coupons we got on Sunday. Let me know if you find any!
- Dial Liquid Hand Soap 88 ¢ – Use 35 ¢/1 to get for 18 ¢
- Suave Lotion – Use printable coupons (here and here) $1/1 to get for $1
Please add your finds – especially unadvertised deals – in the comments!
Colorado Springs’ Chick Fil As are serving up more free breakfast in March – this time, it’s on Fridays. Yay for more free food!
Thanks for the tip, Amy!