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Sunday Tribunbe Ads and Coupons 9/26 -- Free Shampoo at Menards, Money Making Natural Cough Stuff at Walgreen's, Hasbro Coupons

This has to be quick this a.m. because I am off to my first Wrigley rooftops experience. On a Groupon, of course. Between the chilly weather and the crappy team, we may have the place to ourselves. Here are the best deals and coupon matchups I see in the Sunday paper for Walgreens, CVS, Target, Toys R Us, Jewel-Osco, Dominick's and more, plus the four coupon inserts -- a SmartSource, a RedPlum, a P&G Saver and a special Hasbro insert.

RedPlum Coupon Insert: $1/3 bags various candy which matches up with the CVS ExtraBucks deal (see below), BOGO full-sized candy bars, Einsteins's Bagels Qs including one for a 50-cent pumpkin bagel.

P&G Brand Saver Coupon Insert: The usual, + Buy a Swiffer Starter Kit, get a refill free and Buy a can of Swiffer Dust and Shine, get one free; BOGO Old Spice products, and of course plenty of coupons that match up with Jewel-Osco's P&G Catalina deal (see below).

SmartSource Coupon Insert: $2/1 Huggies or $3/1 Huggies Pure & Natural, $.55/1 Hershey's Bliss Bar, $.55/1 TomCat mousetrap, $.75/1 Reynold's Wrap, $1/3 Reese's, Hershey or Kit Kat bags which also matches up with the CVS candy deal (see below), $1/1 Krunchers Kettle Cooked Potato Chips, two $1/1 Mountain High 32 oz. yogurt.

Hasbro PlaySaver Coupon Insert: (If you don't get the paper you can get the same coupons online, plus a bunch more like $2/1 Mr. Potato Head.)


Free Fullbar Fit appetite control bar after $1.99 Register Rewards

Free Emergen-C after $3.49 RR

Free Hyland's Cold n Cough 4 Kids after $4.99 RR -- moneymaker if you use the $1.50/1 printable coupon (thanks Common Sense With Money!)

Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion 99 cents after $5.99 RR

Pampers jumbo packs are $6.99 after RR, and you might have gotten a $3/1 coupon in a mailer If not, use the $1/1 from today's P&G Saver.

For the full Walgreen's deals, see Common Sense With Money.


Welch's grape juice is 2/$5 after $1 ECB. Use two $1/1 from the 9/12 Smart Source to get them for $1.30 each.

I have a $3/$15 coupon from the in-store coupon printer, and I think I'll use it to get my Halloween candy early and stash it in the basement freezer:

Buy 4 bags Reese's or Kit Kat for $10. Buy 5 bottles Dawn dish soap for 96 cents each. Use one $1/3 from SmartSource. Use five $1/1 Dawn (I got these in a special booklet at BlogHer.) Total should be $15 before coupons, $9 plus tax after coupons. Use the $3/$15 store coupon, and I'll pay $6 plus tax, and get back $3 for a final cost to me of $3 for a big bowl of Halloween candy and a year's worth of dish soap.

For a full list of CVS deals, including a free Oral-B rechargeable toothbrush, see Money Saving Mom.


I actually don't see any deals worth reporting in the Target ad. Am I missing something?

Menards -- mail in rebates require a $10 non-rebate purchase

free Physique shampoo or conditioner after $6 mail-in rebate

Super Hook 20-piece set 29 cents after $3 MIR

Eyewear repair kit 19 cents after $3 MIR

folding utility knife 99 cents after $3 MIR

Toys R Us

They put Hasbro stuff on sale to coordinate with the PlaySaver Hasbro insert. Cheapest thing I see is the Strawberry Shortcake Berry Cruiser RC, $4.99 after the $10/1 coupon.

Lots of gift card deals:

$25 gift card with any Mario purchase of $100 or more

$10 GC with Star Wars purchase of $50 or more

$5 GC with SW purchase of $30 or more

$15 GC when you buy 2 Pampers value boxes (see coupons above)

and then, if I'm reading this right, if you buy any of these things in addition ot the Pampers, you can get more $5 GCs: Tide detergent 150 oz. or larger, Dreft 100 oz. or larger, Pampers value box wipes, Pampers Extra Protection diapers mega pack, Pampers Easy Ups 60-68-ct., Charmin toilet paper 30-ct., Bounty giant paper towels 12 ct. With no prices listed it's hard to see how this compares to Jewel-Osco's P&G Catalina deal.

Speaking of which ...


The Proctor and Gamble Catalina deal is this: Spend $30 on select products in a single transaction, get a $10 coupon to spend on your next order. See my intro to Catalina deals to learn how these special deals work, but keep in mind that if you are calculating the amount you spent on pre-Preferred price, Osco items don't have Preferred prices so they don't work that way.

Promising-looking items in this deal are the 100 oz. Tide liquid at $9.99 (use $2/1 coupons from various magazines), 12-ct. Charmin for $6.99, 3-pack Puffs for $4.99, and Big Pack Pampers for $19.99. A good filler to make sure you spend $30 is the $1.50 can of Pringles. Match with coupons from today's P&G Brand Saver.

Please let me know if you try this deal. I do notice that the Tide, Bounty paper towels ($9.99 for 8 giant rolls), Charmin and Puffs have little badges saying "Preferred Price," so you might be able to get a spread on those.

The Sunday Jewel ad also has that $2/1 Bacardi coupon -- but not the $3/1 Sauza tequila. 

Dominick's weekend update has Super Coupons for Huggies jumbo packs diapers at $7.99 -- so break out your expired $3/1 coupons. There's also a SC for Tide 50 oz. @ $5.99 -- but the P&G deal should get you a better price even before you get your $10 coupon back; at Jewel it's $10 for 100 oz., so even before the deal that's $5 per 50 oz.

JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores has a coupon for 50% off any regular price item, good all week.

Michael's has the usual 40% off one item coupon, and they're having a "Duk Tape Costume Demo" on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Intriguing. 

Carson Pirie Scott has a coupon for 20% off sale price shoes and bags.

Office Max has two-day deals good Sunday and Monday only, including $50 off a cross-cut shredder, making it $49.99. I need that. Too bad I don't have those MaxPerks available yet.

Friday: Second Chance to Get a 15% Rebate Through Illinois Cash for Appliances Part 2

Remember that "Cash for Appliances" rebate program that sold out right away earlier this year? They're doing it again this Friday, Sept. 24.

A Chicago CBS report notes that the program is even smaller this time around, so expect the available rebates to sell out even faster:

"The latest rebate program is a little different than the one last spring. This time, air conditioners aren't on the list. The 15% rebate is up to $250 instead of $300. And there's less cash for the program, only $3 million instead of Instead of $6.2 million."

Sears is catering to the expected rush by opening early -- at 7 a.m. Sears is also offering its own 15% off deal so you don't feel too bad if you miss the rebate offer.

So if you need a new washing machine, fridge or whatever, set your alarm early Friday morning and good luck.

Sunday Ads: Here Come the School Supplies Deals

On the second Sunday in July 2009, I wrote up the Sunday ads from the alternative birthing center at the hospital, the morning after our little boy joined the family. Today I'm going to dash this out because friends and family are descending on the house and yard at 3 p.m. for a first birthday barbecue.

But guess what? Fourth of July is in the rearview mirror, which means It's time for back-to-school deals. (Insert lament here about how the retailers rush everything these days.) Actually, the fact that they start early is a good thing for bargain hunters, because it gives us six weeks to stalk the loss-leader offers to fill out our kids' supply lists.

The School Supply Deals

Walgreens: 10 Crayola markers 99 cents, Fiskars kids scissors 99 cents, and with in-ad coupon, erasers and novelty pencils 9 cents, legal pads 29 cents, Mead envelopes 69 cents, pocket folders 8/$1.

CVS: Sun-Tues only, get free Paper Mate pens and kids scissors after 99 cents ExtraBucks. Limit 1 each.

Staples: Thru Wed only: 1 cent each with $5 purchase: folders (limit 10) and 8-pack pencils (limit 2). a ream of mulitpurpose white paper is 1 cent after $4.98 easy rebate, limit 2. There's a coupon in the ad for $5 off a $30 purchase, good all week.

Office Depot: Buy Mr. Sketch Markers at $7.99, get a $7.99 prepaid Visa card by mail. Buy a Singline stapler for $15.99, free after $2 instant rebate and $13.99 mail-in rebate. $1 each after sending away for Visa cards: ream of multipurpose paper, 25-pack sheet protectors, Pentel mechanical pencils.

Toys R Us: Free lunch kit up to $9.99 when you buy any backpack at $12.99 or more. Buy one, get one free Crayola crayons and markers

Kmart has a free lunch kit with backpack purchase.

World Market has a cute little food thermos there for $5.99 this week.

Other Deals

Parade has a coupon for $.75/1 pound cake or cream pie

For the rest of the Walgreen's deals, see Money Saving Mom.

CVS: Complete multipurpose contact solution is free after $7.99 ECBs, and a moneymaker if you use the $2/1 from the 5/16 RedPlum. has Campbell's tomato or chicken noodle soup for 50 cents, milk is still $1.69 after ExtraBuck (limit 2, and don't forget you get a free gallon for every five you buy). For the full CVS deals, see Mashup Mom.

World Market will give you a free tote bag with purchase of $10 or more.

Jo-Ann has a coupon for 50% off one regular priced item. And their patriotic stuff is down to 70% off. 

Michael's has the usual 40% off one regular priced item coupon.

Toys R Us/Babies R Us has a coupon for 20% off any regular priced baby item. And a free gift card offer when you buy 3 Enfamil Premium 6-can cases of formula. (Use formula checks plus any coupons you might have.) Plum Organics baby food pouches are on sale 10/$10, use the printable coupon for $.50/2.

At Jewel-Osco the only new thing I see is watermelons for $3.99, limit 2, which is awesome because I'm about to run over there to get balloons and asparagus for the party. And, now, watermelon.

Target gift card offers: Buy 3 Starbucks coffee @ $6.99, get a $5 GC.

Coupons: The SmartSource insert has a BOGO coupon for Earth Options Raid bug spray, a BOGO for Olay cleansers, BOGO for Head and Shoulders shampoo or conditioner, $3/1 Bic Disposable shavers. Redplum has $1/2 Pop-Tarts in case you need coupons for the Jewel-Osco deal this week.

Sunday Newspaper Coupons and Deals May 2

This week multiple stores -- Kmart, Jewel-Osco, Toys R Us, Walgreens -- are offering P&G money-back offers. And, as luck would have it, there's a P&G coupon insert today. So, you know, put those things together and maybe they'll breed. But my favorite store of the week is CVS, Where I'm hoping to make a tidy profit this morning.

Bah! My Tribune has no SmartSource this morning. I went online and reported an incomplete paper. RedPlum has a coupon for $5/2 various boozes, buy 2, get 1 M&M bags (12.6 oz. or larger), and yes, those Nivea coupons for the big CVS deal (see below).

Kmart has a P&G deal: spend $35, get $10 off your next order. Sure, it's a slightly better payoff than the P&G Catalina at Jewel-Osco, but you have to go to Kmart. Next!

Target is surprisingly low on gift card deals. Market Pantry cheese is $1.89 for 8 oz., though.

CVS has that awesome Nivea deal. (That  link also has info about the free Depends and Reach floss.) If you get All You magazine, check out Mashup Mom's scenario instead of mine. That's actually what I'll be doing this morning. Also, Dawn dish soap is 97 cents, and there is a $.50/1 for a certain variety in today's P&G.

Walgreen's has a similar Nivea deal as CVS, with slightly different prices. Same price on the Dawn dish soap too. Also free Stouffer's meals with online coupon, and 3 hydrogen peroxide for $1. See Money Saving Mom for the full details.

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Tax Time Savings

The Frugalista filed her taxes already and even received my refund already! Neener neener!*

But if you haven't filed yet, you have 7 days left. And I wanted to mention the following tax time deals:

Tax Filing Deal 1: Prepare and file your taxes online for free. (Assuming you are filling out a basic 1040 and earned less than $57,000 adjusted gross income.)

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Sunday Ads - Even More Cereal Deals



This might be a good week to hit Target. Other than that, not much about the Sunday ads say must-shop to me. Of course there are continuing cereal deals at Dominick's, and a freebie has popped up at Jewel-Osco for frozen chimichangas (don't get the jalepeno variety).

Target has a Kellogg's gift card offer that will get your four boxes of cereal or 12-count Pop-Tarts for $2-$3 -- 50 cents a box for cereal or 75 cents a box for Pop-Tarts. Buy four @ $2.50 each and get a $5 gift card for a cost of $1.25 a box. To sweeten it, print any of these manufacturer's coupons: $1.50/2 cereal$1/2 Pop-Tarts coupons and $1.50/3 Kellogg's cereal.

Another good deal at Target is Starbucks coffee -- it's on sale $7 for a 12 oz. bag, and there's a $1.50/1 Target store printable coupon. There are $1/1 out there on tearpads, or in the March All You magazine. Combining the two coupons would get you down to $5.50 for the bag, and remember that an empty bag of Starbucks beans can be redeemed for a frew cup of brewed coffee at a Starbucks cafe.

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Dominick's Deals and Coupon Matchups - Week of Nov. 12

Another slow week at Dominick's. The only thing that might tempt me would be buy one, get one Ritz crackers -- with coupons and the Jingle rebate you could get 10 boxes for 15 cents each. And the possible 99-cent Caribou Coffee.


Tostitos $1.69

gala apples 77 cents/lb.


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Sunday Ad Flyers 11/8 - Cheap Huggies, Toy Coupons

Today's ads make it clear that all the retailers are trying really hard to get us really excited about holiday shopping asap. But guess what, retailers? I doubt many of us WILL be that excited about holiday shopping this soon, unless it's to take advantage of deep, deep discounts. Speaking of which, I'll be posting soon with my holiday shopping strategy and the "no credit card bill" holiday agreement I made with my husband.


SmartSource has more General Mills coupons good for the Catalina deal at Jewel -- $1/1 Yo-Plus and Yoplait Delights, $.25/1 Progresso. RedPlum also has a coupon for the Catalina deal: $.40/1 Pillsbury frosting. But the coupon I'm most excited about today is the $1/1 Nabisco crackers -- perfect for getting some Triscuits at a profit using the Holiday Jingle rebate if another $1 Triscuit sale comes along!

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Sunday Ad Flyers 11/1: P&G Saver, Toys R Us Big Book, Target Gift Card Deals

Yesterday at my CVS they were piling all the Halloween stuff on a clearance cart to fill those aisles with Christmas kitsch. That's right, now that Halloween is behind us, it's on for holiday shopping. While I am irritated by early Christmas displays, I'm all for getting a jump on the holiday shopping. The earlier I start, the better deals I am able to find and the better stuff I am able to get for my loved ones. In fact I have already bought two gifts for my 5-year-old: a new comforter with shams from JC Penney (using that $10 voucher and $10 coupon combo) and three pairs of knee socks from Lands' End (using the $10 coupon).

So in the spirit of holiday shopping, here are the best deals from the Sunday ad flyers, Nov. 1.


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Sunday Ads 10/25: Free Diaper Sample, Free Lip Balm, Free Soup

If this week's ad summary is a bit dry and to the point, blame my mom's slow computer that I'm typing on. Maybe I need to use that $70 off Dell coupon I got with the Kellogg's rebate for an upgrade for her.

At any rate, there are lots of good grocery deals this week with coupons, ExtraBucks and Register Rewards, not to mention that just about everyone has deep discounts now on Halloween costumes and candy. It pays to procrastinate! Behind the break you'll find out how to get free soup from CVS, free Dove soap from Walgreens, cheap DiGiorno pizzas from Walgreens or Target, Free LypSyl lip balm from anywhere, and a free diaper sample online. Free is good!

The coupon inserts: Redplum has coupons for $2/1 for the new Pampers Extra Protection diapers and $1/1 Pampers Sensitive wipes, but you have to buy both the diapers and wipes to use the $1/1. Also, they have an offer for a free sample of this new diaper from Walmart. Also a $30 off coupon for a Bayer Contour blood glucose meter which will get you some free ExtraBucks at CVS next time this meter is paying ECBs. (I have given these away on Freecycle and found quite happy recipients.)

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Rebate Problems -- Are They Even Worth It?

I usually avoid mail-in rebate deals unless they are for a double-digits sum of money. For instance, I'm too busy nowadays to want to send in a rebate form to get a free roll of Scotch tape at Menards, but I did happily clip bar codes and send in receipts for the Kellogg's, Kraft and Sears rebate deals this year.

But I'm re-evaluating those decisions right now, because of problems I had myself and one I just heard about from a reader. If rebates go awry and I have to spend time contacting the companies to complain, that would be the final straw that would just make me run from rebates in the future.

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Last Chance for Kellogg's Fuel for School Rebate Moneymakers at Jewel or Target This Week


The only big deal that stands out this week at Jewel is a new Kellogg's promo: Buy 10 of selected items (mix and match) and you get them for $1.50 each. Remember that Fuel for School Rebate, where you buy 10 Kellogg's products and they send you a $10 check? Well, it ends Sept. 30, i.e., the end of this shopping week. So if you haven't done it yet, now's the time. Buy 10 of these items at $1.50 each, pay $15, and get a $10 rebate check. Better yet, use coupons to bring the 10 items down to a buck each and it's all free after rebate. Better better yet, use coupons to bring them down to 50 cents each and then the rebate is a moneymaker.

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Don't Forget to Mail in Your Kraft Rebate Form!

I just looked at my Kraft rebate form and noticed that it says "requests must be received by 9/6/09." Mine will be in tomorrow's mail -- hope that's in time!!

Sunday Flyers 8/24

  • There's a coupon in the CVS flyer for a $25 gift card if you transfer a prescription. The CVS deals are pretty good this week, especially if you have a $5/$25 from taking the online quiz or a $4/$20 from the booklets they're giving out at the pharmacy. An easy moneymaker is the Carefree pantiliners, free after ExtraBucks at $3.79, limit 4. $1/1 printable,  $1/2 from the 6/28 SmartSource. For other deal ideas, see Money Saving Mom.
  • For Walgreen's deals, check out I Heart Wags. Also, remember that you can still get great deals on Huggies baby wipes there with the $2/1 store coupon combined with any manufacturer's coupons you have.
  • The Jewel flyer lists more products qualifying for that "spend $20, get $5" Catalina, like Scott toilet paper, Kleenex 3 packs and Ziplocs.
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Final Kraft Transaction


The Kraft deal ends today. Note that this deal is one per customer, but a couple of relatives were kind enough to let me do it for them. We have kind of a symbiotic relationship, where they give me all their coupons and let me use their store cards, and I provide them with free stuff that they need, from toiletries to medicines and food. This time I bought 13 7-8 ounce cheese chunks and one 10 oz. bottle of A1 sauce for a total of $25.47, minus a $2/1 A1 coupon from last week's insert. The $5 coupon that printed at the register brought my expenditure down to $18.47 + tax, so when I get the $20 check it will be $1.50 profit.

This is my favorite version of the Kraft deal because most Catalina deals don't allow you to get fresh food such as cheese. And we use a lot of it.

Two Moneymaking Transactions: Kraft and CVS

Quiet around here today, I know. I took the kids to the Shedd Aquarium thanks to a friend with a membership, and it was exhausting. Although it was great to get in free (I get to reciprocate by taking the same friend and her daughter as our guests to the Brookfield Zoo), in two other aspects the outing was a frugal fail:

1. We didn't get there early enough to have a good chance at metered parking, and rather than pay double digits to park, I took 3 kids and a stroller on the El. It actually went very smoothly, but the travel time from door to door was 90 minutes each way, making for a pretty exhausting day.

2. I brought Easy Mac from the Kraft deal for lunch, because for some reason I though the Shedd had a lunch room with a microwave. Maybe it did before the remodel. At any rate, we couldn't get a micro or even any hot water, and my friend ended up spending $10 on a hot dog and a small cup of macaroni and cheese for my kids. Urg. 

And all that is not at all related to the main topic of this post, my two moneymaking transactions in the last few days:

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My Grocery Spending August 12-18

  • This was one of those weeks where I hit a number of stores and did a lot of shopping. This is what makes people say, Oh, I would never have time to run to all those different stores for deals! But this week is not normal for me. There were several can't-miss deals going on at Jewel and Dominick's and indeed I made several trips to scoop them up. Also, we went to Target for something else and since I was there I stocked up on hormone-free chicken (and some regular chicken I had a coupon for) and some other deals.
  • I also spent $104, well over my $80 budget, but I had $55 carried over from previous weeks so that's ok. So I have $30 in the grocery bank right now, but I'm planning to not spend it next week. I'm still saving to cover the $75 I spent on a Groupon for ready-made meals.
  • At Target I spent about $70 on groceries (pictured above). I actually got four bananas for just a few cents with the .50/1 lb. Target coupon, but we ate 3 on the way home. As you can see from the little red stickers, I got a lot of clearance items, and I was particularly pleased that they were DOUBLE red stickered, meaning I got the second price reduction. The hummus was down to $2 per 14 ounce carton, the turtle brownie kits were $2.18, the green chiles were 50 cents a can, and the organic salsa was $1.54 after clearance price and coupon.


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Welcome WGN Listeners!


I had the privilege of sitting in the WGN radio fishbowl studio this morning with John Williams for a few minutes. Baby James came along of course and their wonderful producer Beth Swierk held him in the sound-proof control room while I talked with John.

We talked about CVS deals, combining coupons with sales, whether rebate deals take too much time (my answer: usually), buying kids' clothes ahead during the end-of-season clearance sales, and how setting a weekly budget -- not coupons or any other tactic -- was the most important step for me in becoming a frugalista.

For those of you who are new to bargain-hunting and couponing, these posts will help: My glossary of couponing lingo and my overview of a workshop I gave on bargain grocery shopping. Yes, a lot of my posts are about grocery shopping, although you will also find great ideas here on entertainment, clothing and living the frugal lifestyle.

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Wednesday Flyers -- Jewel Osco 8/13-8/19

Whew! I'm typing this after my very last run for the Unilver Catalina deal and frankly, I don't want to see the inside of Jewel for a long time. But for those of you without shopping fatigue, here's a rundown of this week's sales:

First off, there's a list with pictures of the participating products in the Kraft $25 Free Groceries deal that are on sale this week. Particularly good deals are Mac & Cheese for 49 cents and 8-oz. cheese bricks for $1.69. Items I've noticed coupons for: DiGiorno pizza for one ($2.50) $1/2 6/14 SmartSource; California Pizza Kitchen for one ($2.50) or 12-inch ($6) $1/1 CPK product 5/17 SmartSource and $1/1 CPK pizza printable; Capri Sun ($1.99) -- I got a Q for a free box of Capri Suns on a multipack of Kraft Mac & Cheese, not sure if those are still out there; Easy Mac or Velveeta Mac cups ($1) $1/2 8/9 SmartSource; Kraft Singles ($2.50) $1/2 8/9 RedPlum, Starbucks Coffee ($6.99) $1/1 7/26 SmartSource. There are also a few on sale that I had previously printed coupons from for, but which are no longer available: Honey Maid Kids Graham Crackers, Triscuits, Wheat Thins, Ritz all at $2.50.  

 So that's the Kraft deal news for the week, and remember that that deal runs through 8/23, one per customer.

The rest of the sales:

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Free Food Tuesday


  • Get a free mint cookies & cream milkshake from Steak & Shake with this coupon, through tomorrow, August 12. It's a PDF, so you can print one for each member of the family. Chicagoland locations include Aurora, Bolingbrook, Evanston, Gurnee, Hoffman Estates, Naperville, Rosemont and West Chicago. Call your location before heading out to make sure they're participating.
  • Take this survey to get a coupon for a free Kashi product.
  • Free apples and bananas at Target (free Rayovac batteries too).
  • Free sample of Somersault snacks.
  • $10 in free food delivered free from Schwan's (this appears to still be available!)
  • Free item with purchase at Arby's every Wednesday all summer. Tomorrow's freebie is a free roast chicken club with soft drink purchase.
  • The Unilever Catalina deal is still going through Wednesday at Jewel and there are tons of deals that result in free food! I will post soon with some last-minute deal ideas for you.
  • $25 in groceries free after coupon and rebate from Kraft.
  • Thanks to Money Saving Mom, Wise Bread and STL Mommy for these hot tips!

    $25 in Kraft Groceries Free After Coupon and Rebate

    Starting today at Jewel-Osco, you can get $25 worth of Kraft products that work out to totally free after a Catalina coupon and a mail-in rebate. 


    Here's how it works:

    1. You buy $25 worth of participating products in the store and pay for them up front, less any coupons you use.

    2. At the register, a $5 coupon should print out that you can use to buy anything on your next shopping trip.

    3. A mail-in rebate form should also print out, which you can send in to get the other $20 back.

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