Friday, September 4, 2009

Pillsbury Coupons


Save $33.65 with the coupons on You will also receive recipes and tips for free!Don't miss out on saving!

Thanks to My City Mommy

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Home Depot Free Workshop Do-It-Herself Workshop

Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshop

The Home Depot is back with another Do it Herself Workshop! September 24th from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. You will learn how to create your dream kitchen and save money by doing it yourself!

While you are there you will learn how to do:

* Cabinet refinishing
* Cabinet painting and staining
* Changing cabinet hardware
* Replacing a sink
* Replacing a faucet
* Changing/upgrading lighting

This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn how to do it yourself without spending countless hours searching for answers!

Hot Deal at Walgreens

Check your August 9th Smart Source Insert for a free 2oz Glade Soy Based Candle or the September All You Magazine. Next week you can pick up 2 at Walgreens and receive a $1.00 Register Reward.

Here's the deal:

Glade Scented Oil Candle Holder or 2 oz Candle 2/$4.00

Receive a $1.00 RR when you buy 2

Use 2 (8/9, SS) free couponsor

Final Price, free - $3.00 overage on 2

Thanks My City Mommy and HCW!

Cheescake Factory Free Stefanie's Red Velvet Cake!

The Cheesecake Factory and Feeding America have joined together to host the Drive Out Hunger Tour. They are driving across the nation and asking you to bring 2 cans of soup to an event in your area. The first 500 guests to attend will receive a complimentary slice of Stefanie's Ultimate Red Velvet Cake Cheesecake.

The tour arrives on Sept. 9th in Kansas city! Click here for more details.

Thanks to My City Mommy!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

TGI Friday's is offering a printable coupon deal for B1G1 Free Entree, Dine-in only now through 9/7/09.

Walmart 101

Wal-Mart is what we call an everyday low price store. Their prices typically stay the same and they don’t have very many big sales because they have everyday low prices. Most of your local grocery stores and drug stores are what we call high-low stores. This means that they offer “loss leader” to get you in the door and hope to make up the difference on their other higher priced items.

To use this strategy you simply use the loss leaders at your local grocery and drug stores to price match and then get your other items at the everyday low price. This saves you lots of time because you are not running all over town chasing the deals. For example, if Hyvee had Kraft cheese on sale and Price Chopper had Post cereal on sale I would simply go to Wal-Mart and price match both these items at one store instead of going to two.

So how do you know what all the loss leaders are at your local stores without spending hours pouring over ads? Come to My Kansas City Mommy where we highlight all the rock bottom deals and match up any coupons.

Now that you understand why to price match you need to know how it actually works. You will check out like normal but when the cashier gets to the item you are matching just tell them you have a price match. I always have my ads with me ready in case they need them. The cashiers should have the ads if you don’t have yours. Many times the cashiers just ask me what the price is and don’t even look at the ad. Most Wal-Mart’s will price match any store within 60 miles. They will not price match % off or buy one get one free. You need to match the exact item by brand and size. If it is a store brand Wal-Mart will match with their store brand. Try this strategy it is so easy to use and will save you time and money

Take a Becentsable workshop to learn more ways to cut your household budget!

Target 101

Many people think that Wal-Mart is a lot cheaper than Target. This is because they don’t know the secrets to achieve big savings. By using some specific money saving strategies you can find deep discounts at Target and even shop there as a primary store each week.

Target issues several store coupons every couple of weeks to their website, check at the bottom of the homepage under “Super Target Coupons and Specials” or you can find a link to them at our website. The target website only keeps the new coupons issued for about 2 weeks, but these coupons are usually good for about 6 weeks!

At My Kansas City Mommy we will have a link to all the coupons if you need one that is not on the target website anymore.

These coupons can, of course, be combined with a manufacturer coupons. Target also offers many in-store special promotions in which you receive gift cards for purchasing certain items. Your gift card will be activated at the register and you can use it on your next visit.

Coupon stacking at Target can cut your household expenses considerably. When you use coupons with in-store promotions and sales you have hit a gold mine because you can get many items cheap or even free. Take a Becentsable workshop to learn more about cutting your household budget!

Free Betty Crocker Potatoes!

Betty Crocker has a new free sample of Au Gratin or Roasted Garlic Potatoes available and you get to choose your favorite. Sign up here your free potatoes, your sample will arrive in 6-8 weeks.

Thanks goes to Coupon Dad for telling us about this freebie!

Victoria's Secret-2 free panties

Get two free pairs of undies at Victoria’s Secret today, 9/1 only with printable coupon. To access this printable coupon you will need to become a Victoria’s Secret Facebook fan. Once you have become a fan just hit the “Secrets” tab and you will see the link to the printable coupon. The coupon is towards two free panties, up to $17 value, with ANY purchase. Excludes lace and pointelle. Limit two free panties per customer while items last. Cannot be used with any other coupon, discount or introductory offer, but can be combined with Angel Rewards

Thanks to My City Mommy

Whole and Natural Foods on a Budget

When my family began this adventure in eating whole and natural foods we experienced sticker shock!

For us, changing everything over to organic and all natural would have required some serious financial changes.I'm an action oriented, "all or nothing type" and it just irked me (once I had that knowledge and desire) that we were still buying regular old (artificial) food BUT I knew we just couldn't jump in the deep-end all at once.

So, I did some research and found that great benefits could be had from making some smaller changes in the right areas. We didn't have to start shopping solely at the Whole Foods market, nor did we even have to buy EVERYTHING organic.There are a few small steps you can take to get started and learn what works for your family. Along the way you'll naturally find ways to fit other stuff in.First is to focus on certain food groups ahead of others. You base this on the priority list below and how much of that category your family consumes.

Order DOES matter here...the most beneficial changes are closer to the top.

1) Dairy - if your family consumes a good amount of dairy products...this is your primary focus. Especially for children who typically drink (and need) the products with higher fat content

2) Meat - again, if your family consumes good amounts of red meat, fish and pork you will want to focus on this area.

Red meat would be your highest priority given the higher fat content (this is where nasty chemicals, hormones, etc. tend to congregate).

Fish is leaner and if you are careful to buy "WILD caught" not farm-raised, you will be doing just fine there (it doesn't need to be Organic since there is no regulation in this area).

Something to note when you are shopping for poultry and pork...based on USDA regulations, they are ALWAYS free of hormones. They may contain small amounts of antibiotics (unless the packaging states otherwise) and of course, based on the feed they were given...any trace pesticides used in production of that. Any additives in meat MUST be listed on the label/packaging so READ THEM! (click here for information on reading labels and packaging)

3) Fruits and Vegetables - be ware of the dirty dozen...these are the dozen produce that are most often sprayed with pesticides. The others are typically not an issue and there are some that you just shouldn't spend your money on if you don't want to. (See Joy Bauer's article below).

Grapes, imported (Chili)

Bell peppers

Second, take the time to visit stores in your area that buy local foods (or Farmer's Markets). You will find a better deal there and you will have the opportunity to talk directly to the grower!

Third, don't be fooled into thinking you can't get (or use) coupons on these types of items. There is a growing customer base for organic/whole foods and as a result, companies are popping up and competing harder and harder to get your business!

Fourth, if you can buy in bulk for a lower price talk with your friends and family about splitting food!

Joy Bauer, a nutritionist, has some wonderful information and advice regarding foods that are
worth your $$, here is a write-up she did for the Today show.

Why won't my coupons print?

Have you ever had trouble printing coupons? Do you get a message that you've already printed the coupon the number of times allowed and you know you haven't printed it even once? Have you been asked to install the coupon printer over and over again? You are not alone. Trouble printing coupons is one of the most common couponing frustrations. Here are some suggestions to avoid having problems again.
Install coupon printing software. Some printable coupons require a small software download in order to print. This download is free, and I have never heard of any viruses associated with it.
Print coupons as quickly as possible. Many coupons have a print limit. Once that limit is reached, no more coupons will print, even if you haven't yet printed any from your computer. Other coupons are limited to two prints per computer. To get a coupon to print twice simply hit the back arrow on your browser and the coupon should print again.
Troubleshoot bricks coupons. A bricks coupon has a url that begins with "" If you have issues printing bricks coupons, try changing a few letters in the url.This is an example of a bricks coupon:
The highlighted letters in the url are the letters you'll need to change depending on the browser you use in order to make the coupon print.
Here are the letters you should use instead:
Firefox: wg or vg
Internet Explorer: vi or wiSafari: xs
I hope these tips save you a little frustration and money. There are some great printable coupons out there!
Thanks to Heidi at Little People Wealth where I first read about the bricks tip.
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How to save money in any zip code

I am wondering if there is a way to make my grocery money stretch in the small town where I live. I live one hour from the twin cities in Minnesota. In my town we have a Wal-Mart Super Center, a Target with very limited groceries, a Cash Wise (comparable to Cub Foods) and an Econo Foods. I would love to figure how to save on groceries without having to drive a hour. All help or suggestions would be great.


I'm sure many people share the same question as Sharon: "Sure, saving big on groceries works for other people, but how do I make it work for me?" Food prices and grocery store chains vary around the country. Is it really possible to reduce your grocery bill no matter where you live? Although I asked the same question when I first began looking for ways to cut our food expenses, now know the answer: yes! Every family needs to decide for themselves what grocery budget will work for their needs, and some families will face more roadblocks than others in trying to stick to that budget, but I think it's likely that the vast majority of households could cut their grocery budget by as much as 25 or 50% by using a combination of savings strategies no matter what the zip code. Here's a list of simple strategies for cutting your grocery bill.

1. Create a weekly menu. I believe that planning out your menu before you shop is the single most effective way to reduce your grocery bill. When you carefully create a weekly menu you can also reduce the number of trips you'll need to make to the grocery store, saving yourself time and simplifying life immensely. You'll also save yourself time and money at the grocery store when you have a complete shopping list and you buy only what you need. To maximize your savings, I suggest planning your meals around sale items at the grocery store and what's already in your freezer, refrigerator and pantry. To find out what's on sale at your local grocery store, check out the online flyers here or the lists of hundreds of links to stores all around the country in BeCentsAble's Grocery Gathering here. Some people find that creating a monthly menu works best or that keeping on hand the ingredients to their favorite meals is effective for their family. A monthly menu plan may be the best strategy for those who live far away from any kind of major grocery store chain as planning a menu once a month would allow for one major shopping trip.

2. Set a weekly or monthly grocery budget and don't spend a penny more. I don't recommend trying to cut your grocery bill in half the first week you make up your mind to begin saving on groceries, but I do think setting a realistic budget is helpful in controlling the impulse to buy items you don't need at the grocery store. Setting aside a certain amount for groceries each week or month also encourages creativity which will only aid your savings. By forcing yourself to stick to a budget, you will become more skilled in savings and you can begin to challenge yourself to cut your budget again by $5, $10 or even $20 a week. You may be surprised by how much you can save when you put your mind to it.

3. Use a calculator as you shop to keep track of your running total. This tip is especially important for those new to grocery savings and those learning to stick to a budget. I used to walk up to the check out with no idea how much my cart of groceries was going to end up costing. Sometimes I would cringe at the total. For others in that situation, I highly recommend using a calculator until you master keeping a running total in your head. To be quite honest, I no longer use a calculator to track my grocery total because I have a fairly good idea of what my total will work out to be before I even step foot in the grocery store. I do still keep a calculator on hand for figuring out the unit price to make sure I'm getting the best deal, but I find choosing groceries, handling coupons and a entertaining a toddler enough to keep my hands full at the store.

4. Keep a price book. Figuring out whether an item is at its rock bottom price takes time because prices depend on the area of the country you live in, the season and what what coupons you have available. A price book allows you to keep a record of how much an item costs. Tracking the price of an item over a period of several weeks will help you become familiar with sales cycles and fluctuations in prices. I recommend focusing on the five or ten items you most frequently purchase. As you become familiar with good prices for those items, you can expand your price book to include more items. Some people keep their price book on paper and some keep it in their heads. I say do whatever works for you. For me personally, I have committed to memory a good price for several items I buy frequently (eg. $1.00 or less or $0.10/oz or less for a box of cereal, $1.00/lb or less for many fruits and vegetables, $1.00 or less for a bag of shredded cheese), but I keep a simple record of the prices of several other items I buy in a spreadsheet on my computer. I shop regularly at Aldi, a store I know is not available in every zip code, but if I can beat Aldi's price then I know I probably found a pretty good deal. (If you do have an Aldi in your area, be aware that even prices at Aldi fluctuate.) Another good place to start your price book is by noting the price of generic products and looking for sales and coupon matches that allow you to buy a name brand product for less.

5. Reuse leftovers creatively. Some people don't mind eating the same thing over and over, but I'd guess that many more people don't enjoy leftovers. However, the average American household wastes over 25% of consumable food and possibly even more than that, throwing it away to end up in a landfill. This equates to about a pound of food every day for every American. Using this food instead of throwing it away is not only an eco-friendly decision but also will shave several dollars off the grocery bill each week. With a little creatively, many leftovers can be reinvented into other meals. Another trick I use is to freeze meal-sized portions of leftovers for my husband to take to work as a lunch or for us to eat for another meal in future. Many recipes can also be divided in half easily, and sometimes I mix up the entire recipe but freeze half of it before I cook it. For more tips on using leftovers, be sure to check out this post here. (Also, I found the USDA's fact sheet on safe food handling practices to be helpful when considering what meat can be refrozen safely.)

6. Use your freezer. It is not necessary to have a deep freezer to cut your grocery bill, but whatever freezer space you do have should be used to help save you money. In addition to freezing meal-sized portions of leftovers, we also freeze some types of fresh produce when it's on sale. When we find other perishable items at their rock bottom prices, we often stock up and freeze the excess. Many items like cheese and sour cream freeze well. For more tips on reducing the amount of produce you waste, check out this article here.

7. Combine coupons and sales to get the lowest price. Although it will take time to learn what rock-bottom prices for items in your area are, it's safe to say that using a coupon in combination with a sale is going to result in a much lower price. Oftentimes coupons will be issued for items that will be on sale not immediately but within a few a weeks of the coupon's release. The best money-saving strategy for using coupons is to hold onto them until they can be paired with a sale. You may notice that the generic brand will usually be priced lower than the cost of a regularly priced name brand item even if there is a coupon available. However, by combining coupons, sales and even store promotions, you can often purchase namebrand items for pennies on the dollar. Some stores double coupons every day and some offer special double or triple coupon days. If you are a coupon shopper, you may find it worth your while to shop at these stores or to hold onto your coupons until such a promotion.

8. Build a stockpile. When you do find an item you regularly use at its rock bottom price, buy as many as you can afford and can use before the expiration date. This might seem like a contradiction to point number one where I encouraged you buy only what you need, but building a stockpile actually aids menu planning because by purchasing items at their rock bottom price for use in the future, you will reduce the cost of future meals. For example, instead of buying a single box of cereal when it is on sale with a coupon for $1.00 a box or less, buy as many boxes as you can afford while sticking to your grocery budget. Then, when you run out of cereal, you can pull another box out of your stockpile instead of running to the store to buy another at a higher price. To make the best use of your stockpile, I suggest you first consider what you have on hand when planning your menu.

9. Purchase clearance or marked down grocery store items. Train your eyes to spot clearance stickers at the store. Marked down or clearance items also are called manager's specials at some stores, and they may be in a designated area. Check out the clearance section of the grocery store for items close to their expiration date. Freeze them if you can't use them immediately. You may also be able to purchase day old rotisserie chickens from the deli for a reduced price. Stores in my area sell them for at least $1 off the price of the hot chickens, but I have to ask at the deli counter as the day old chickens are kept in the back.

10. Rather than buying convenience foods, learn to make your own from scratch. If you make a large batch ahead of time and freeze or store the extras in an airtight container, you will save yourself time and money. There are recipes available for homemade versions of just about every convenience food you could imagine.

11. Know where to find coupons. Although there are many sources for coupons, Sunday newspaper coupon inserts still have more coupons than any other source. I suggest subscribing to the local newspaper with the largest circulation for the most coupons. I also get my money's worth out of my All You magazine subscription because easy issue is packed with coupons as well as plenty of frugal recipes and tips. Also, do a quick internet search to find the websites of your favorite manufacturers, sign up for their mailing lists and you it's quite possible you will end up with a wide variety of high-dollar paper coupons. You can read more about several other coupon sources here.

12. Buy produce that's in season. Choosing to buy produce that is in season is not only an eco-friendly decision since seasonal produce has less distance to travel before it reaches your table, but it's a frugal decision as well. Check out the list here to familiarize yourself with what produce items are in season. For the lowest grocery bill possible, combine all the savings strategies listed above. However, to avoid feeling overwhelmed, I suggest picking one or two new strategies each month until you feel you have them mastered. Then, add a new strategy or two and watch your grocery bill shrink even more.

13. Consider eating a meatless meat once a week. Perhaps more than any other tip, this is the one I find is met with the most resistance. Some people cannot imagine a dinner without meat. If that is the case in your household, you could try using less meat once or twice a week in the main dish by making a casserole, soup or pasta dish. You could also try stretching ground meat to make it go farther by adding ingredients such a oats or breadcrumbs.

14. Grow your own food. Not everyone has the space for a full garden, but most people have room for at least a pot or two of tomatoes or bell peppers. The concept of square foot gardening is also popular among those with small outdoor spaces or you might consider sharing gardening duties with someone who does have a larger yard in exchange for a portion of the harvest.

15. Ditch the disposables. Disposable goods come in many forms: paper plates, paper towels, paper napkins, bottled water bottles and diapers to name a few. Not only do these products contribute to landfill waste but they also take a chunk out of the household budget each month. Consider replacing one disposable product with a reusable version instead. Here's some more information about how we've been able to make the switch:

Paper towels

Paper napkins

Common household items (paper plates, waxed paper etc.)

Plastic water bottlesPlastic grocery sacks

If you are interested in reading about cloth diapering, I've written a three part series answering the most frequently asked questions here, here and here.So as not to become overwhelmed, I suggest implementing one change at a time. Pick a new strategy or two to try each month. When you master one, add another strategy to your bag of tricks. Soon you'll be accomplished in saving on groceries no matter where you live!

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How to organize your coupons

When a new insert arrives in the paper, I flip through it to see what coupons are available, clip a couple that I am very likely to use and file the rest of the insert by date in a plastic hanging file box. This system works really well for me and saves me a lot of time. Some call it the file system, the clipless system or the couponmom system since she made it famous.

Heather from also uses this system and offered to write a guest post about how and why it works so well for her.

Save Coupons

So many times when I am in the stores I hear people say that they always cut out their coupons and never use them. I am a big believer that the number one key to saving money is being organized. If you don’t know what coupons you have and where they are, then you will spend a lot of time cutting and never save much. But, have you ever thought about how much money you could be throwing away each week?

One of the first things I tell new coupon shoppers is to save their inserts. When I first started cutting coupons I would only cut out the ones I thought I would use, or the high value coupons, then I would throw the remaining coupons in the trash because I didn’t want the clutter of all those coupons lying around my house. As I began looking through upcoming ads, and online blogs I realized that daily I would wish that I had cut out one of those coupons that I had thrown away.

What I learned very quickly was that even if I didn’t think I would use a coupon, I might decide I wanted it later when I could get something for free, or better yet make money on it! There are lots of things that I am willing to purchase if I am going to make a few bucks, and saving my coupons each week has proven to be a very wise decision.

Here are a few tips for using those saved coupons and dealing with inserts:

Utilize preview sites

Sites like A Full Cup offer previews of upcoming store ads. You can go online and view upcoming ads so that you know which coupons you may want in the future. I check these ads on a weekly basis so that I always know what sales are coming up, and then I can keep my eyes open for those coupons. I can also go back to my saved inserts when I see a great deal and cut out a coupon that I didn’t think I needed when I originally went through my inserts.

Here’s an example: This month at Walgreens there is a $5.00 money maker on Bayer Contour Meters, if you have the coupons for up to $30.00 off the Bayer Meters. These coupons were in three recent inserts. As soon as I saw this in the preview, I was able to go back through my inserts quickly and find six coupons for these meters! Since each coupon was a $5.00 money maker, I make $30.00 off something I might have thrown away.

Use a Coupon Database

A Full Cup, Hot Coupon World and Coupon Mom all offer great online databases of coupons. Each week when I make my shopping list I look online to search the database for coupons on items I know I need to purchase. Often there is a coupon for the product I need or a similar item listed in the database. I can then go back through my coupons and find exactly what I am looking for in a timely manner.

Be Organized

Do you have a plan for how you cut out and store your coupons? It took me a while to come up with a system that worked for me, and I know that everyone’s system is different. Here’s a summary of how I organize my coupons:

1) I go through the inserts each week and cut out and file the coupons that:

· I know I will use (i.e. It’s for something I normally buy)

· I think might go on sale (Some products like Colgate toothpaste are always on sale or free after coupon or store rewards, so I know those coupons will be money makers)

· Have Long Expiration Dates (If it’s April and the coupon doesn’t expire till July, I most likely will find a good deal before it expires. Also I feel like it’s more worth my time to cut and file if I am going to carry it around for 3-4 months.)

2) I place all remaining coupons in a file folder and label the file folder with the date the coupons were issued (I use the date the coupons were in the paper as a reference because all the coupons have different expiration dates, and this is the date that most databases use to identify coupons)

3) I file the folders by date with the most recent in the front. I just use a plastic Rubbermaid box that is designed for folders for storage.

4) When I am ready to clean out my coupons I go through the oldest folders and cut out any remaining coupons that are still valid and file these in my binder, or in a envelope that I keep in my coupon box.

Yes, this will take a little extra time, but I have found that I save time on the front end because I am not stressed about cutting and filing all the coupons from an insert, but I still have them when I need them.

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Family Travel

Here are some great family travel tips:


Check to see if you will have access to laundry facilities, if so, cut your packing down to 3-4 days worth of clothing for each person, take a container of detergent (check FAA regulations for proper packing if you are flying) or plan to buy one when you arrive!

For EACH PERSON, pack outfits for each day in 1 gallon Ziploc bags (underwear, socks, shorts, shirt) label with day of week or "Day 1". When the clothes are dirty, put them back in the bag, squeeze out all the air and mark out the name/day so you know they are dirty! This saves space and time trying to pick out clothes!

Always bring quarters, snacks and water in your carry-on or in an easy to grab bag that will go with you everywhere. This will save your money and your sanity if you get stuck somewhere - which you will (especially if you have screaming, tired, hungry kids)!

Get a small backpack for each child to keep their special souvenirs and treats in! DO NOT put their names on them (simply make sure they are different colors or styles that each child can easily identify, or add initials only).

For Parents' bags and information to have at hand - always keep copies of each family members passports (or recent photos) with key information on the back (name, DOB, ht/wt, insurance information and, if traveling overseas, English speaking doctor and US Embassy #'s). Have quick first aid supplies available (if you're going to the beach keep a bit of vinegar in case of jelly-fish stings and baby powder to get sand off quickly).


In addition to the items suggested above, take a photos of your kids each day before you head out. You will have a record of exactly what they are wearing for the day on your camera in the event that anything happens to them.

Put important information on an index card (your name, contact information), laminate and whole punch, put it on a string or strap and place it under their clothing.

Be sure your children know where you are staying and have enough cash to get them back to the hotel.

Tips for Car Travel:

If you are traveling with little babies, be sure to drive at night as much as is possible. We have found this will save all of us some crying!

Plan several breaks during normal waking hours (map out your trip ahead of time and find parks or malls to stop at so the kids can release some energy)!

Bring a bag of toys the kids may not have seen before or that are saved just for long car trips.

Keep plenty of snacks, drinks and other essentials right at hand.

If you are amenable to it, a DVD player will entertain the kids for at least 30 mins...or longer if they are older!

If you are traveling with your spouse or another adult (or older child) bring books for the little ones and have someone read to them. If it works at home it should work in the car, right?

Fun Stuff and Making Memories:

Give each child a disposable camera and let them take their own photos

Give each child a notebook or journal, pen and glue stick...see what they think is important - it will surely amaze you!

Buy postcards and mail them home to your children with memories of what you did at each location! We did this on a trip to Washington D.C. when our son was a baby (we know he'll never remember it!). It's great to read the postcards (they have a photo, a memory of what we did, a personal note and a date)!

DO NOT make your children pose in front of every site you visit. Catch the candid moments of them and things going on around you. They will likely end up being some of your favorites!

Thanks to Becentsable for this article

New Coupons! has added new coupons. New offers include Wonder Bread, Progresso, Green Giant, Clairitin, Big G, Pillsbury, Leapster and more!

Each week I will continue to let you know what's new and available so you can save more! Remember the coupons do have a print limit so don't miss out on what is available right now!

The coupons listed are available in all regions of the country. The coupons available to you will be determined by the zip code you enter and the offers you have already printed.

Alka Seltzer save $1.00/1
Alka Seltzer Plus, $1.00/1
Bayer Aspirin, $1.50/1
Betty Crocker Cake Mix and Frosting, $0.50/2
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Shapes, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, $0.50/2
*NEW* Betty Crocker Potatoes, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper, $0.75/3
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mix, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix, $0.75/2
Betty Crocker Warm Delights, $0.50/1
*NEW* Big G Cereals, Listed (Cheerios), $0.75/1
Big G Cereals, Cereals Listed, $100/2
Big G Cereals, Cereals Listed (Cheerios), $1.00/2
*NEW* Big G Cereals Cocoa Puffs, $0.75/1
*NEW* Big G Cereals Cinnamon Toast Crunch, $0.55/1
Big G Cereals, Honey Nut Cheerios, $0.55/1
Big G Cereals, Kix, $0.75/1
Big G Cereals, Trix, $0.55/1
Brez, $2.00/1
Budding Meats, $1.00/1
Caribou Coffee, $1.00/1
Cheez-it, $0.75/1
Chex Mix, $0.50/1
*NEW* Chex Mix Select, $0.50/1
Chex Mix Bars, $0.60/1
Citracal, $1.00/1
Citracal and Bayer, $4.00/2
*NEW* Claritin Childrens, $2.00/1
*NEW* Claritin D Non Drowsy, $2.00/1
*NEW* Claritin Eye, $3.00/1
*NEW* Claritin Non Drowsy, $2.00/1
Coppertone NutraShield Suncare, $2.00/1
Cosamin ASU, $4.00/1
Cosamin DS, $3.00/1
Cosequin, $1.50/1
*NEW* Dream Frozen Dessert, $1.00/1
Energizer Hearing Aid, $1.00/1
*NEW* Ethnic Gourmet, $1.50/1
Fiber One Chewy Bars, $0.40/1
Fiber One Box Muffin Mix, $0.50/1
*NEW* Flex-A-Min save $4.00
Flinstones Vitamins, $1.00/1
FDS, $1.00/1
*NEW* Green Giant Bagged Vegetables, $0.50/1
*NEW* Green Giant Boxed Vegetables, $0.50/2
*NEW* Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, $0.50/1
*NEW* Good Earth Tea, $1.00/1
Haagen-Dazs, $1.00/1
Hefty Cups, $1.00/2
Hefty Plates/Bowls, $1.00/1
*NEW* Hellmann's Best Foods $1.00/2
John Freida, $1.00/1
Kashi TLC Bars, $1.00/2
Keebler or Sunshine 100 Calorie Right Bites, $1.00/2
Kellogg's Cinnabon Bars, $1.00/1
*NEW* Kings Hawaiian Bread, $0.75/1
Lice MD, $1.00/1
Litehouse, $1.00/2
*NEW* Mann's Fresh Cut Vegetables, $0.55/1
Mariani, $1.00/1
*NEW* Maybelline New York Pulse Perfection Mascara, $3.00
Milk Bone, $2.00/1
Milk Bone, $1.00/1
*NEW* Morton Season-All save $1.00
M5 Magnum Razor, $2.00/1
Nature Valley Granola Bars, $0.40/1
Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters, $1.00/1
*NEW* Newman's Own Thin & Crispy Pizza, $1.00/1
*NEW* Old El Paso, $0.60/2
One A Day, $1.00/1
One A Day and Citracal, $4.00/2
One A Day and Flintstones, $3.00/2
One A Day VitaCraves, $1.00/1
Opti-Free, $1.00/1
Phillips Colon Health, $1.00/1
Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough, $1.00/2
Pillsbury Simply Refrigerated Cookie Dough, $0.55/1
Pillsbury Grands, $1.00/2
Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls, $0.40/2
Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls, $0.50/2
*NEW* Pillsbury Italian Meal Breads, $0.40/2
*NEW* Pillsbury Rolls, $0.75/2
*NEW* Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough, $1.00/2
*NEW* Pillsbury Refrigerated Holiday Cookies, $0.75/2
Pillsbury Savorings, $1.00/1 ....
*NEW* Pillsbury Simply Refrigerated Cookie Dough, $0.55/1
Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, $0.55/2
Ponds, $1.50/1
*NEW* Progresso, $0.50/1
*NEW* Progresso Soups, $1.10/3
*NEW* Purely Decadent, $1.00/1
*NEW* Rader Farms Smoothie or Fruit, $1.00
Raisinets, $1.00/1
Raisinets, $1.00/1
Reser's Fine Foods, $1.00/1
*NEW* Rhodes Warm-N-Serve, $0.75/2
*NEW* Rosetto, $1.50/2
*NEW* Sargento Salad or Potato Finishers, $0.75/1
Similasan Anxiety Relief, $3.00/1
Similasan Ear Relief, $1.00/1
Similasan Sleep Relief, $3.00/1
Similasan Tension Relief, $3.00/1
Small Planet Foods, $1.00/1
Small Planet Foods, Muir Glen Products, $1.00/2
*NEW* So Delicious, $2.00/1
*NEW* Special K Bars, $1.00/2
Special K Blueberry Cereal, $1.00/1
Special K Chocolatey Pretzel Bars, $0.75/1
Special K Crackers, $1.00/1
Special K Protein Shakes, $1.00/1
*NEW* Steaz Organic Beverage, B1G1 Free
*NEW* Success Rice, $1.00/1
*NEW* Tetley Tea, $0.50/1
Truvia, $1.00/1
Viva $0.40/1 or $0.40/2
Wanchia Ferry Dinner Kit, $1.10
Wanchai Ferry Frozen Entree, $1.50/1
*NEW* Weight Watchers Singles, $0.55/1
Welch's Jam, Jelly or Spread, save $0.75
Welch's Refrigerated Juice or Cocktail, $1.00/1
*NEW* Wonder Bread, save $0.55
Yoplait, $0.60/3
Yoplait, $0.50/6
*NEW* Yoplait, $0.55/1
*NEW* Yoplait Delights, $1.00/1
*NEW* Yoplait Fiber One Multipacks, $1.00/1
Yoplait Go-Gurt, $0.80/2
Yoplait Kids, $0.40/1

Non Food/Household Items:

*NEW* Broadview Security, save up to $150
Dave and Busters Game Play with purchase, Free $10.00
Elle Decor, $1.00/1
*NEW* Hasbro My Little Pony, save $5.00 on your $20 purchase
Hasbro Nerf N Strike Blaster, $5.00/1
*NEW* Leapster 2 Learning System, $10.00/1
*NEW* Leapster Learning Game, $5.00/1
*NEW* Rite Aid 2 Post Cereal, save $1.00/1
Sears, 20% off plus a free wall portrait, no session fee

Don't wait these offers go fast, print your coupons now!

Monday, August 31, 2009

IHOP - Kids' Eat Free Daily From 4-10 PM

Receive a free kid's meal with each adult entree purchased from 4-10 PM daily at participating locations.

The free meal is valid for kids ages 12 and under on "Just for Kids" menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on the "Just for Kids" menu. Not valid with any other discounts, coupons, or specials. Dine-in only. Limited time only.

Visit for participating locations.

Thanks to: My Chicago Mommy

Printable Coupons 101

Whether this is your first time to venture into Internet printable ('IP') coupons or you are an old pro, the information that follows will be helpful!

IP coupons are a great way to get started saving money while you are working on building a coupon stockpile or just becoming a frugal shopper!

First, the printing tips

:: You will likely be prompted to download a small program from the site you are printing from
This is true of the "database" type sites (SmartSource, Redplum,

The program is not harmful (we've never had issues with them) and does not contain viruses or spyware (assuming you are using the sites we discuss here!)

:: There are some browsers that work better to print IP's than others, generally though any browser is fine

:: You are typically limited to 2 prints of a single coupon at any given time. Companies have different ways of tracking this: most are by IP address (different from 'IP' coupons), some by e-mail address.

A coupon in .pdf format is an exception, these can be printed as many times as you like (we LOVE these types of coupons)

Another exception to this is a coupon distributed directly in an e-mail (these are often store specific coupons like CVS, Bath and Body Works etc., often you get these as a result of 'membership')

Remember to use your 'back' button and 'refresh' the page if necessary to print your second copy (this will save time going through a search or signing in again!)

:: Save your scrap/recycle computer paper for IP's....most coupons only take up 1/3 or half of a sheet of paper!

:: You do NOT EVER need to print the coupons in color!! And most of them state that on the coupon!

Second, where to find printable coupons!
(because they won't find you!)

:: There are several links on our website near the bottom on the right sidebar labeled "Coupon Sites"

:: Our number one resource is (click the link to see a current list of available coupons).

There are three places on our site where you can print these coupons without ever leaving BeCentsAble! (a.k.a. a "quick print")(1) Top of the page just under our search box(2) on either side of the page about midway down

The offers are updated each week!

You are limited to a certain number of prints (this varies based on the coupon and the mfg specifications).

:: We also have a link to a master list of coupons offered on a variety of manufacturer websites.
These are called "bricks".

Bricks are single coupons available only at a mfg's website

:: The two most prominent Sunday coupon insert distributors also offer printable coupons on their websites (listed below).

:: ALWAYS, ALWAYS check the manufacturer's site for coupons and special offers. We try to keep up on all of them but it's hard!

:: Freebies4Mom does a great printable coupon roundup each Thursday (just after the grocery deals come out!). We recommend you check her site as well!


You will find many other resources as you begin printing coupons online...this is only meant as a
starting point.

Be sure to visit this site to find links to all the printable coupons we've discovered!

If you want to learn more, read this information and sign up for a Becentsable workshop!

Walgreens 101

I started saving with Walgreen's for two reasons. First there is one every five miles in our town and secondly it's so convenient it's silly not too. Walgreen's can be confusing though so I will try to keep this as simple as possible!

The first way to save is with the Weekly Advertisement. They change every week so you can click here to view your advertisement, pick it up in the front of the store, subscribe to your local paper, or check your email once you have registered with Walgreen's and they will send the ads for the week. The weekly advertisement has great deals each week with coupons. Check the limits on the coupons because you can always purchase more than one of the item at the unbelievable price. These coupons also can be used with manufacturer coupons that you find online or in your paper each week. *I will post the Walgreen's coupon match up weekly so you know before you go what you want to clip if you already haven't received the catalog.

The second way is Register Rewards. Register Rewards are coupons that print at the end of your transaction. When you are browsing the store they tell you exactly what you need to purchase to receive the Register Reward under the product you are interested in. These rewards are coupons good on your next transaction, they have an expiration date and are not valid after the date.

Register Rewards are the same as manufacturer coupons. You are receiving a coupon from a company only good for cash off of your next transaction. You have to have the same amount of products as coupons or your Register Rewards will not print. For example if you are purchasing 2 toothpastes, have two coupons, and will receive a Register Reward you have to have another item to scan or it will not print. Many people just add on a low priced item so they can still use their coupons and receive their Reward.

Register Rewards from the same company will not print in the same transaction. If Johnson's is offering two Register Reward deals in the same week you have to split your transaction because you will only receive one even though you are purchasing both Johnson's products.

You can not use a Register Reward that you received on a specific item on the same deal. For instance Huggies was offering a $10.00 Register Reward if you purchase $20.00 in Huggies products. Many people were trying to use their $10.00 Register Reward on the same deal but the Reward wouldn't print since the register knew they had already received it.

The third way is when Walgreen's issues coupons for 2 specific days that you can purchase $20.00 in products and receive $5.00 off of that purchase. *I will post these for you.

*So that's Walgreen's in a nutshell. Almost everyone I know goes there so why not save. For more ways to cut your household budget take a Becentsable workshop!

CVS 101

Just like with Walgreen's, I rarely shopped at CVS until I discovered the great deals there. There are many ways to save and even earn money while shopping at CVS.

We will start with the Weekly Ads. You can get the Weekly Ad online, in front of the store or in your local Sunday paper. The Ad lists all sale items and items that will produce Extra Care Bucks and the quantity needed to earn them.

What are Extra Care Bucks (ECB)? These are dollars that you earn when making a certain purchase and can be used on any future CVS purchase. You do not have to get all the items at the same time but will not earn the ECB until you fulfill the entire purchase. Your ECB will print out on your receipt so make sure to always check before throwing away your receipt. There are weekly and monthly ECB. *You will also earn 2% back in ECB quarterly on your purchases which will print automatically at the end of the sales period.

In order to start earning ECB, you need to have an Extra Care Card. You can get a card simply by asking a cashier for a form or by signing up online. If you fill out the form in-store, you will get your card to start saving imediately. However if you sign up online, it will take about a week to get your card in the mail. Remember to register your account online to receive special offers by email or in your mail box.

In addition to ECB, there are also CRT (cash register tape) coupons that print automatically on your receipt. These are not listed in the Weekly Ad and just print randomly. These are pretty general , for instance, $2.00 off of Huggies Pull-ups. You can also get X off of XX CRTs. It will look like this~ $4.00 off of $20.00. Both are considered stores coupons and can be combined with manufacter's coupons (MFC). You can stack a basic CRT, a X off of XX CRT and a MFC all together for maximum savings. Just make sure to hand the cashier the X off of XX first while the total is the highest.

Here's what it looks like:

Buy (2) Huggies Pull-ups @ $10 each = $20.00
Use $4 off $20 first
Use (2) $2.00 CRT's =$4 off
Use (2) $3.00 MFC= $6 off
Total $6.00 for both packs of Pull-ups

Even better if you would earn $5.00 wyb $20 worth of Huggies
Total would be = $1.00!!

Making money at CVS can be very simple! Almost every week there is a promotion where you will earn the same amount of ECB that you spend.

For instance:

Colgate Toothpaste $2.99
Earn $2.99 ECB wyb 1
Use $1.00 off MFC
Total = $1.00 overage after coupon and ECB

CVS also has other great ways to save:

Clip-Free coupons that will automatically be taken off at the register. You can find these in a flyer by the front door.

Email or "snail mail" coupons - remember to sign up online to get these.

BOGOF sales - you can use two MFC coupons on a buy-one-get-one-free sale.

For example:
Max Factor Mascara $7.99 BOGOF
Use (2) $3.00 off MFC
Total = $1.99 for both

As with anything, "practice makes perfect" so don't be discouraged if you make a few mistakes. You'll be shopping like a pro soon enough. To learn more check out a Becentsable workshop on how to cut your household budget!


These are the best deals this week at Walgreens, visit STL Mommy for the full coupon match up.


Poppycock, $1.99
Walgreens Back to School Booklet, save $1.00
(8/23, SS) save $0.75 (regional)
Final Price, $0.24 with both coupons

Kelloggs Cereal or Cereal Bars, B1G1 Free
(8/2, K) Raisin Bran save $1.00/2
(8/2, K) Nutri Grain Cereal Bars, save $1.00/2
(7/12, RP) Special K Bars, save $1.00/2
Final Price varies

Quaker Oatmeal or Granola Bars, 2/$5.00
(8/30, RP) Oatmeal, save $1.25/2
(8/30, RP) Bars, save $0.75/2
Final Price, Oatmeal 2/$3.75

Free Coca-Cola Zero with purchase of two Hershey's Candy
(8/23, SS) save $0.55
Final Price, varies

Kraft Deluxe or Velvetta Shells and Cheese, $1.69
(8/9, SS) save $1.00/2
Final Price, 2/$2.38

Oscar Mayer Bacon, B1 at $5.99 G1 Free
(8/30, SS) save $1.50/2
Final Price, 2/$4.49

Kraft Mayo $2.99
(8/9, RP) save $2.00/2
Final Price, 2/$3.98

Coffee-Mate, 2/$3.00
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, $0.50

Swiffer Duster Refills, $3.99
Home Made Simple Coupon Book save $1.00 (sign up for home mailer)
(8/30, PG) save $0.50
Swiffer Refill Rebate ($5 - $10)
Final Price, $2.99

Swiffer Refill, $3.99
(8/30, PG) save $0.50
Swiffer Refill Rebate ($5 - $10)
Final Price, $3.49

Swiffer WetJet Starter Kit, $18.99
Home Made Simple Coupon Book, buy a Starter Kit, get a refill free, (sign up for in-home mailer)
(8/2, PG) Swiffer Starter Kit, save $2.00
Money Back Guarantee
Final Price, $16.99 (there is also a Target Coupon for $1.00 off in the 8/23, RP check the price at Target before you buy you can combine it with the $2.00 coupon from 8/2)

Febreeze Air Effects, $2.49
Home Made Simple Coupon book, save $0.50 (sign up for in-home mailer)
(8/30, PG) save $1.00
Final Price, $1.49

Cascade Action Packs, $3.99
Home Made Simple Coupon Book save $1.00
(8/30, PG) save $0.50
Final Price, $2.99

Downy Liquid, $3.99
(8/30, PG) save $1.00
Final Price, $2.99

Ajax, $0.89
Printable Coupon save $1.00 (regional) use 85712
Final Price, $0.11 overage

Walgreens Childrens Allergy Relief, B1G1 Free
Walgreens Coloring Book, save $0.50 (able to scan twice ask cashier)
Final Price, varies

Walgreens Childrens Ibuprofen, B1G1 Free
Walgreens Coloring Book, save $0.50 (able to scan twice ask cashier)
Final Price, varies

Walgreens Stop Smoking Products, B1G1 50% off
Walgreens Back to School Coupon Book, save $5 (able to scan twice ask cashier)
Final Price, varies

Huggies Wipes, $5.99
(7/19, 8/16, SS) save $0.50
Walgreens Back to School Coupon Book save $2.00
Final Price, $3.49 (these can also be used on the smaller count boxes prices are around $2.89 which makes them $0.39

Excedrin Express Gels, $6.99
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Walgreens Back to School Coupon Booklet, save $1.50
Final Price, $4.49

Neosporin Lip Health, B1 at $5.49 G1 Free
(8/23, 8/2, 6/28, SS) save $0.50 (use 2)
Final Price, 2/$4.49

Satin Care Shave Gel, $1.99
(8/2, PG) save $0.55 - $1.00 (regional)
Final Price, $1.44 - $0.99

Fixodent, $3.99
(8/30, 8/2, PG) save $0.50
Money Back Guarantee
Final Price, $3.49

Crest Pro Health Rinse, $3.99
(8/30, 8/2, PG) save $0.75
Final Price, $3.24

Crest Toothpaste, $1.99
(8/30, 8/2, PG) save $0.75
(8/30, 8/2, PG) save $0.50
Final Price, $1.24

Oral B Indicator Toothbrush, $1.99
(8/23, RP) B1G1 Free
Final Price, 2/$1.99

L'Oreal Vive Shampoo or Conditioner, B1 at $4.99 G1 Free
(8/9, SS) save $1.00 (use 2)
Final Price, 2/$2.99

L'Oreal Styling, B1 at $4.99 G1 Free
(8/9, SS) save $1.00 (use 2)
Final Price, 2/$2.99

Dove Hair Care, B1 at $4.99 G1 Free
(8/2, 6/7, RP) save $1.00 (use 2)
Final Price, 2/$2.99

L'Oreal Eye Cosmetics, B1G1 Free
(8/16, RP) save $1.00 (use 2)
Final Price, varies

Walgreens Register Rewards (RR) coupon match up. For more information read Walgreens 101.

Tide Laundry Detergent, $6.49
Receive $1.00 RR
(8/30, SS) save $1.00 (regional)
Final Price, $4.49

Breathe Right Nasal Strips, $4.99
Receive $4.00 RR
Printable Coupon save $2.00 (my smartsource printing app isn't working so I'm not sure this coupon will work with the product listed)
Final Price, $1.01 overage - $0.99

Theraflu, $4.99
Receive $3.00 RR
Printable Coupon save $2.00
Final Price, $0.01 overage

FreeStyle Lite Glucose Monitor, $19.99
Rebate in Box, $19.99
Final Price, after rebate free

Colgate Total, 2/$6.00
Receive $2.00 RR
(8/9, SS) save $1.00
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, 2/$2.00 (use 2 coupons)

Reach Toothbrush or Floss, $2.99
Receive $2.00 RR
(4/26, RP, 6/14, SS) Floss save $1.00
(3/15, SS) Floss save $0.50
(8/2, SS) Floss save $0.50 - $1.00 (regional)
(6/14, SS) Toothbrush save $1.00
Final Price, $0.01 overage

Rembrant Toothpaste, $5.00
Receive $5.00 RR
(8/2, SS) save $1.00 (regional)
Final Price, $1.00 overage or free

Carefree Ultra Protection Pantiliners, $1.99
Receive $1.99 RR
(8/30, SS) save $1.00
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Printable Coupon save $0.50
Final Price, $1.00 overage

Men's Zone 6 Blade Razor System, $3.99
Receive $3.99 RR
Final Price, free

Colgate 360 Actiflex Toothbrush, $2.99
Receive $2.99 RR
(8/30, SS) save $0.40
Final Price, $0.40 overage

Walgreens Coupons Match Up:

Jell-O, 2/$1.00
(7/26, SS) save $0.50/2
Final Price, 2/$0.50

Dial Bar Soap, Foaming Hand Wash, 2/$3.00
Printable Coupon save $0.55 (use 2)
(5/17, 8/16, SS) save $0.35
Final Price, 2/$1.90

Secret Antiperspirant/Deodorant, $1.99
(7/5, PG) save $1.00
Final Price, $0.99

Old Spice Antiperspirant/Deodorant, $1.99
(8/30, 8/2, PG) save $1.00/2
Final Price, 2/$2.98

Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick, $1.99
Printable Coupon save $1.50 (regional)
(8/30, SS) save $0.75/2
Final Price, $0.49

Campbells Soup, $0.69
Printable Coupon save $1.00/2
Final Price, 2/0.38

Velvetta Singles, $0.89
(8/9, SS) B1G1 Free (regional)
Final Price, 2/$0.89

Nursery Water, 2/$2.00
Printable Coupon save $1.00/4
Final Price, 4/$3.00

Huggies Diapers, Training Pants or Good Nights, $8.99
Printable Coupon save $1.50
Printable Coupon Pull Ups save $2.00
(8/16, SS) Pull Ups save $2.00
(8/16, SS) save $1.50
Final Price, $6.99


Bayer Contour Monitor $14.99 (Limit 2)
Get $5.00 ECB
(3/22 SS) FREE Up to $30 -- (can order from The Coupon Clippers)
Final Price, $5.00 Money Maker
Glade Fragrance Collection Scented Reed Diffuser 1.62 oz or Soy Candle 4.9-10oz pay $6.99 (Limit 1)
Get $6.99 ECB
August All You save $3.00 Any
September All You save $2.00 Any
Printable Coupon save $2.00
Final Price, $3.00 or $2.00 Money Maker
Clairol Loving Care Hair Color $4.99 (Limit 1)
Get $2.00 ECB
(8/2 P&G) save $4.00 Natural Instincts
Final Price, $1.01 Money Maker
Nabisco Cookies 5/$5 (Limit 1)
Get $1.00 ECB wyb 5
(7/26 SS) save $0.75 /2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers
Kraft Save Througout the School Year Booklet (found in groceries stores) save $1.00/2
Final Price, $0.33 each wyb 6 & use 3 coupons
Bounce Dryer Bar 2ct, $3.99 (Limit 2)
Get $1.00 ECB
VocalPoint Home Mailer save $2.50 or $1.50
(8/2 P&G) save $1.50 (exp. 8/31)
(8/30 P&G) save $1.00
Final Price,$0.49 (with $2.50 coupon)
Gold Emblem Cookie Dough Bites or Gummie Sharks 2/$2 (Limit 1)
Get $1.00 ECB wyb 2
Final Price, $0.50 each
Secret or Old Spice Deodorant $3.99 (Limit 2)
Get $1.00 ECB
(7/5 P&G) save $1.00 Secret (exp 8/31)
(8/2 P&G) save $1.00/2 Old Spice (exp 8/31)
Final Price, $0.99 for Secret
Sensodyne Iso-Active Foaming Tooth Gel $4.99 (Limit 1)
Get $3.00 ECB
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, $0.99
Aquafresh Iso-Active Whitening Foaming Tooth Gel $4.99 (Limit 1)
Get $3.00 ECB
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, $0.99
Welch's Grape Jelly 2/$6 (limit 1)
Get $2 ECB wyb 2
Printable Coupon save $0.75 (use 2)
Final Price, $1.25 each
Skippy Peanut Butter 2/$6 (Limit 1)
Get $2.00 ECB wyb 2
(8/2 RP) save $0.60 (use 2)
Final Price, $1.40 each
Murphy Oil 2/$5 (Limit 1)
Get $1.00 ECB wyb 2
(8/30 SS) save $0.55
Final Price, 1.45 each
Bausch & Lomb Renu Twin Pack $7.99 (Limit 2)
Get $3.00 ECB
Printable Coupon save $2.00
$3/$12 ReadyFill eye care products
**Deal Idea**
Buy 2 Twin Packs $15.98
Use $3/$12 eye care coupon-- first
Use (2) $2.00 coupons
Pay $8.98 OOP
Get $6.00 back ECB
Final Price, $1.49 per twin pack
Tide Stain Release liquid 20 oz or duo pac 10ct $3.99
Get $1.00 ECB
(8/16 SS) save $1.00
(8/23 RP) save $1.50
Final Price, $1.49
Planters Nuts 2/$6 (Limit 1)
Get $2.00 ECB wyb 2
(6/28 SS) save $1.00/2
Final Price, $1.50 each
CVS Disinfecting Wipes 42 ct (Limit 1 deal)
Get $2.00 ECB wyb 2
Final Prices, vary
Act Mouthwash $3.99 (Limit 2)
Get $1.00 ECB
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, $1.99
Pantene Pro V Shampoo or Conditioner $3.49 (Limit 1)
Get $1.50 ECB
(8/2 P&G) save $1.00/2
Final Price, $1.99
Kellogg's Protein Shakes 2/$12 (Limit 2)
Get $4.00 ECB wyb 2
Printable Coupon save $1.00 (use 4) print two per computer
$4/$20 ReadyFill diet/nutrition products
Final Price, $2.00 each 4 pack wyb (4)
Efferdent $3.99 (Limit 2)
Get $1.00 ECB
(4/26 RP) save $0.50
(8/2 SS) save $0.50
Final Price, $2.49
Gillette Fusion, Venus Embrace or Spa Breeze Razor 1ct $8.99 (Limit 1)
Get $3.00 ECB
(8/16 RP) save $2.00 Gillette Fusion
(8/16 RP) save $2.00 Venus Embrace or Breeze
(8/2 P&G) FREE Gillette Shampoo wyb Fusion Razor (exp 8/31)
(8/2 P&G) FREE Gillette Body Wash wyb Fusion Razor (exp 8/31)
Final Price, $3.99 for Gillette Razor and Shampoo/Body Wash
Head and Shoulder, Gillette, Pantene Restoratives Shampoo, Conditioner, Treatment, Mask or Balm $4.99 (Limit 1)
Get $1.00 ECB
(8/30 P&G) save $1.00 Head & Shoulders
(8/30 P&G) save $1.00 Pantene Styling Product
(8/9 RP) save $1.00 Pantene Expressions or Restoratives
Final Price, $2.99
***You should be able to get $1.00 ECB for the Gillette Razor and $1 ECB for the Gillette Shampoo that you will get FREE wyb the Razor & use coupon. I will try it and let you know.
Clairol Nice n Easy Root Touch Up or Gray Solution $5.99 (Limit 1)
Get $1.00 ECB
(8/9 RP) save $1.00
Final Price, $3.99
L'Oreal Colour Rich Luminous Lip Color, Lip Liner, Infallible Pumping Gloss or Extra Volume Collagen Mascara $7.99 (Limit 3)
Get $2.00 ECB
(6/14 SS) save $1.00 LOreal Mascara Eye Shadow or Eyeliner
(8/2 RP) save $1.00 LOreal Colour Riche or Lip Product
(8/16 RP) save $1.00 LOreal Eye Product
Printable Coupon save $2.00 L'Oreal Infallible Lip product
Final Price, $3.99 each for Infallible Lip
Metamucil or Clear & Natural $9.99 (Limit 2)
Get $2.00 ECB
(8/2 P&G) save $1.00 (exp. 8/31)
(8/30 P&G) save $3.00
Final Price, $4.99
Zyrtec 14 ct $12.99 (Limit 2)
Get $3.00 ECB
Final Price, $9.99
$5 ECB WYB Olay Pro X (Limit 1)
(8/2 RP) save $5.00 (exp. 8/31)
$4/$20 ReadyFill Skin Facial Product purchase
Final Prices, vary
$5 ECB wyb $15 Duracell Batteries (Limit 1)
**All Coupons Listed Exp. 8/31**
(7/12 RP) save $0.75 & $1.50
(8/2 P&G) save $2.00 & $1.00
Final Prices, vary
$5 ECB WYB $15 Nivea or Eucerin (Limit 1)
(5/10 RP) save $1.00 Eucerin Body or $1.00 Eucerin Face
(7/12 RP) save $1.00 or $3.00/2 Nivea Body Wash Women
(7/12 RP) save $1.00 Nivea Body Wash Men
$4/$20 ReadyFill Skin Facial Product purchase
Final Prices, vary
$5 ECB wyb $15 Dove, Degree, Ponds or Vaseline Products (Limit 1)
(6/7 RP) variety of Dove Products (exp. 8/30)
Printable Coupon save $1.50 Ponds
(8/2 RP) variety of Dove, Degree and Vaseline Products
$4/$20 ReadyFill Skin Facial Product purchase
Final Prices, vary
$5 ECB wyb Abreva (Limit 2)
Revlon B1G1 Free (reg prices $3.90 to $14.99)
(8/16 RP) save $1.00 (use 2)
Final Price, $0.95 each with $3.90 item
Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes 40ct $1.99
(5/17 SS) save $.75
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, 1.00
Edy's Maxx Ice Cream 16oz. $2.00
Tearpad coupon (found at Walgreen's in freezer section) save $1.00
Final Price, $1.00
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