Here’s some new coupons to print from coupons.com:
Here’s some new coupons to print from coupons.com:
Have you signed up for Chili’s emails? If not you are missing some good coupons! This week they are offering a deal of the day each day:
Sign up for their emails here!
(Hint: If you have a smart phone you don’t have to even print the email/coupon, just show the email with the coupon code to your server and they will take it off your bill.)
Download this free e-book featuring 18 Homemade Christmas decorations from ornaments to outdoor décor. Like the scrapbook paper Christmas tree pictured above or the Christmas tree advent calendar pictured below.
Here’s two more coupons you might want to print
and don’t forget about this coupon that I posted yesterday
Sign up for the Quench Club and receive a buy one get one coupon for Orange Julius.
Look for some thrifty Christmas crafts? Download this free e-book featuring 7 easy Christmas crafts.
Here are some new coupons to print from coupons.com:
$1.00 off one all Laundry Detergent
$1.00 off 2 Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast
$1.00 off 11oz+ bag of Dunkin' Donuts Coffee
$0.50 off 2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls
$0.40 off any TWO Pillsbury® Sweet Rolls OR Grands!® Sweet Rolls
$0.50 off TWO Pillsbury Pie Crusts
This isn’t the best deal out there but if you are only needing a small amount of cards this might work for you.
Get 20 4x8 personalized photo cards for $7 shipped from Vistaprint (should arrive in 7 days).
Hurry to print this coupon as it will probably go fast!
This should make even the larger rolls fairly cheap after this coupon!
I am listening to Christmas music as I work and blog! FREE MP3 downloads which makes it even better. ;)
Here’s how to get yours:
Go here and sort by price (lowest to highest) – then download all the ones you want. I just have them saved in my Amazon cloud player right now but you can download them to a cd or MP3 player.
Also check out this FREE song of Silent Night and look below at “Customers also bought” to find more free albums
Here is how my order broke down:Total: $86.58-$38.51 in couponsI paid $48.07The 20 lb. turkey was $11.81 so after $10 coupon I only paid $1.81 for it.
Here are some great ideas for Christmas gifts. You can order any and all of these in the same order and combine shipping costs.
Sure wish I would have had this coupon when I bought a Christmas present at Hallmark on Saturday! But maybe you can save some money with it.
Head over to the Hallmark Facebook Page, click “like”, and you’ll be able to print a $5 off $10 Hallmark coupon good at any Hallmark Gold Crown Store. (Coupon good through December 4th.)
Through Saturday, November 19th, you can get 20 FREE 5x7 folded cards from Staples. Design and order online, then pick up in store to get them FREE. If you have them shipped to you, you will have to pay shipping.
And don’t forget, you can get 240 custom return address labels for $3.11 shipped to you. :)
$0.50/1 Huggies baby wipes, 64 ct. + (exp 12/17)
$1.50 off Huggies diapers (exp 12/17)
$2 off Huggies Little Snugglers or Movers diapers (exp 12/17)
Get your printer ready cause I have lots of new printable coupons from all over the web!
$1.50/2 Breyers product (scroll to the bottom of the page)
$0.40/1 Frigo Italian style cheese
$1/2 King's Hawaiian dinner rolls, 12 pk
$3 off Duraflame Crackleflame or Colorlog firelogs
$1/2 Glad food storage product (sign-up)
$0.50/1 Pop Secret premium popcorn
$1 off Brawny paper towels (Facebook coupon)
Working on Christmas cards yet? Here’s a great start – get 140 FREE return address labels from Vistaprint (just pay s/h of $3.11)
You can order Christmas ones or generic ones.
- Pick your label and customize it.
- Decline all the extra offers and checkout owing about $3.11 for shipping/handling.
But hurry as this deal is only supposed to be around for 2 days!
Download a free e-cookbook containing 25 Scrumptious Pies and Desserts.
I am looking for a chocolate dessert for Thanksgiving so I am checking this out now! :) The Walnut Brownie pie from this book might above might be a possiblity.
Don’t forget today – Sunday, November 20, Starbucks is running their 1/2 price deal on their holiday drinks. It is only between 2-5pm so take a late lunch and enjoy one!
I am getting one tomorrow and bring the other one to hubby at work as a surprise – shhh… :)
Download the Ultimate Thanksgiving e-cookbook containing 40 recipes.
Or if you are looking for some healthy versions of Thanksgiving food download this e-cookbook of 13 Healthy Thanksgiving recipes.
Get a FREE photo calendar from Vistaprint! Great for Christmas gifts. Shipping starts at $5.67
Head over to the Tide facebook coupon to sign up to get a $2.00 coupon for Tide plus bleach mailed to you.
Head over to the Incredible Egg facebook page and like them. Then click on the coupon tab to print a coupon for 55¢/2 dozen eggs. Make sure to refresh or backspace to print 2 coupons! You can use this coupon on any brand and any size eggs – even organic!
We should see lots of sales on eggs in the coming weeks with all the baking going on! :)
Yummy! Starbucks is running their holiday drink promotion again this year! Buy one, get one FREE Holiday drinks – Thursday, November 17 – Saturday, November 20 from 2 pm – 5 pm each day.
I will definitely be stopping by for a Peppermint Mocha or maybe a Pumpkin Spice Latte – I can’t decide!
The countdown is on!! 2 weeks from today is the BIGGEST shopping day of the year! :) My excitement is growing rapidly and I am already working on my list and plan for the day. Or maybe the night?? Not too sure about this whole all the stores are opening at midnight thing – but an all-nighter shopping trip does sound a little exciting! :)
I follow this great site – bfads.net – that releases the ad details and even scans of the ads as soon as they are available. You can already see Wal-mart, Target, Best Buy, Kohls, and many more and start working on your list and strategy for the day (or night?) Sign up for their emails or like them on facebook to get the details as soon as they are released.
Are you braving the stores this year or waiting for Cyber Monday to shop in your pajamas? :)
Swagbucks just announced their holiday promotion -Swagbucks Pays for Your Holidays! Head over to their homepage to get all the details, but basically you complete a wish list (1 entry), share it (1 PER DAY), get a new user to register for swagbucks through your wish list share (1 entry) and more! So there are multiple ways and chances to enter for the big prize – one person will win $2500 in Amazon gift cards on Cyber Monday. Wow – I think that would pay for my next 10 years of Christmas! ;)
New to swagbucks? Today is your lucky day! Go through this link and use code SBPAYSFORME at registration to get an additional bonus of 80 swagbucks in addition to the 30 you get for signing up for a total of 110 swagbucks! (You would be 1/2 of the way to earning a $5 Amazon card already.)
Want to know how to earn more swagbucks? Check out this post.
Publix is having a pretty good sale this week with lots of baking supplies! (Check out Southern Savers Publix list for extensive details.)
Here is my shopping trip from this evening:
- $23.85 in coupons
I paid $33.20 (savings of 41%)
Price I paid after coupons:
- Ricola cough drops – FREE @ coupon (actually gave me 10¢ overage on each bag)
- Betty Crocker brownie mix – $1.02
- Nestle cookie dough – $0.82
- Nestle chocolate chips – $1.07
- Domino sugar – $0.49
Now while some of you might be amazed that I saved that much with coupons or that I saved that percentage off my bill (and yes, I am thankful for those savings), I am not quite as thrilled as you may think.
You see, for the last 2 years I have paid $0.25/bag for Nestle Morsels, $0.50/package for cookie dough, and got brownie mixes for FREE or less than $0.50. So these prices (although good and the best I have seen in many months) are much more than I am used to paying. And I have spent $33 of my $40 weekly budget and still have some things I want to stock up on at Kroger during their Mega sale this week.
In light of that, I am introducing a new series –
“How to save $ when grocery prices go up … and coupon deals slow down”
I have been noticing again and again, over the last few months, that grocery prices are on the rise, shelves are empty more than they are full, coupon values are going down, store policies are getting tighter, and coupons just don’t seem to be as good. Therefore, resulting in higher prices even for an avid couponer like me. :)
But there are some ways we can deal with it and still save money! I hope to share some of these ideas with you over the next few weeks.
And I would love to hear how you are dealing with the rising prices and slower deals – leave a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I might just use your suggestion or comment in a future post.
Go here to preview the coupons that will be in the 11/13 Sunday paper.
There should be 2 Smartsource (SS) and 1 Redplum (RP) inserts this Sunday.
If you didn’t get to print the $0.50 coupon last week, there is a $0.25/1 Gold Medal flour printable available now.
Head over to the Fisher Price facebook page, click “like”, then you should be able to print the following coupons:
I am looking forward to doing some Christmas shopping with my Amazon gift cards that I earned for FREE with swagbucks. (New to swagbucks? check out my Swagbucks 101 series here.)
Looking to earn some more swagbucks? You can earn a lot by watching Swagbucks TV!
Here's the basic rundown of how Swagbucks TV works:
-Go to swagbucks.com (signup for an account if you haven’t already) – then click on “Swagbucks TV” on the left hand side.
- Choose something to watch from the thousands of videos available in categories like Entertainment, Food, Fashion & Beauty and Homes & Gardens - each channel features content from different providers and can educate and entertain you while you earn.
- As you watch videos, the SBTV meter at the top right of the screen fills up. After 10 videos, it will reach 100% and you will earn 3 Swag Bucks, with an overall cap of 150 Swag Bucks each day.
- You can share the videos with friends, and the link you send is referral enabled, which means it also serves as a way to get new referrals to Swagbucks!
Here’s a tip – whenever you are on the computer (even right now!), you could have a video playing in the background. I spend a good bit of time online – researching deals, blogging, checking facebook or email, etc. All during that time, I try to remember to keep a video playing and when it stops, click over and start another one. Without much extra effort and no additional time, you could earn a nice quantity of swagbucks depending on how much time you spend on the computer!
So head over and start a video while you are catching up on the deals and printing coupons.
Coupons.com loaded some good coupons today! Make sure to print the Hormel coupons as we should see great sales on these in coming weeks. And yay for a coupon for pepperoni – homemade pizza is a tradition around here on Friday nights!
Download this free ebook to get 24 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes and Fall Craft Projects. It is 54 pages packed full of of Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas and Thanksgiving decorations.
A couple of you were looking for deals on shipping flowers recently. Here is one for you – starting at $19.99 you can ship flowers and get a FREE vase. Go here to check out all the options.
Kroger is on the second week of one of their mega sales (Buy 10 items, get $5 off at checkout – basically giving you an additional 50¢ off each item)
Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom or Chicken Soup - 49¢ after mega savings
Use $0.40/4, $0.30/4, or $0.25/4 coupon from 9/18 SS
Or use $1.00/5 printable coupon
Makes it 29¢ after coupon!
Domino Granulated Sugar, 4 lb bag, - $2.49 after mega savings
Use $0.50/1 coupon from 8/28 RP
Makes it $1.50/1 after coupon
Also my store had the Kroger brand 16 oz. blocks of cheese on sale for $2.99 (usually $6.99!). I have not seen any great cheese prices lately, so $1.50/8 oz. is a decent price right now. (The current price at Kroger is $2.29 for 8 oz. and Aldi is right at $2.00/8 oz. too.)
There are TONS of more deals, check out Southern Savers coupon matchups for the rest.
I think I shocked my husband as we were riding to church last night and I was going through my paper when I squealed out loud when I saw this coupon! On the front of the Aldi ad there was a coupon for $5 off a $30 purchase at Aldi (good through 11/19)! Aldi does not accept manufacturer coupons, but will take Aldi coupons although they rarely, if EVER, issue store coupons!
So check your paper again (and make sure to check for the FREE coffee and Huggies coupons too) to see if your Aldi ad has the coupon. It was in the AJC and for the Atlanta area so I am not sure if this is only local for the Atlanta area or not.
You can view the Aldi ad with the printable coupon on their site (change to your location), but I am not sure if they would accept a printable copy of that coupon.
If you are headed to Aldi, check out some of their reduced prices – Butter for $1.99/lb, 3 lb. bag of apples for $1.99 and more!
I posted this on facebook earlier, but I didn’t want those of you not on facebook to miss it.
Make sure to check your newspaper from yesterday for a coupon for a FREE bag of Community coffee in the actual paper. For me it was on page A23 of the AJC (Atlanta Journal Constitution). But there are reports of other people finding it in other papers – check this post for details.
Also, my paper had a single page flyer from Wal-mart with Huggies coupons on the back – they are manufacturer coupons so could be used anywhere. The Huggies coupons were for the boxes but the Pull-ups coupon doesn’t specify a size so could be used on any size (except trial).
Print a coupon for $1.50/1 8 oz. package of Kraft cheese. This coupon won’t last long, so hurry and print it if you want it. (Should make for very cheap cheese – $0.50 or less.)
Print this coupon to save $5 off a $10 purchase at Hallmark Gold Crown stores. Coupon good through 11/13/11.
Go here to order 25 FREE 4x6 prints from Walgreens. Use coupon code FREE4x6 at checkout and select in store pickup to pick them up in store for free.
You can also get a desktop calendar for FREE – enter FREEFORU at checkout.
Order yours here. Hurry, as this deal is only good through tomorrow, Saturday, November 5th
This looks like it is going to be a good month for printable coupons! Coupons.com already released some new ones -
Head on over to the Publix Facebook page and “like” them if you haven’t already done that. Then click on the Sweepstakes tab and enter the Fitness & Nutrition Challenge. (Make sure your pop-up blocker is off.) Then you can print a coupon for $3.00 off your $30.00 purchase at Publix.
You can enter the sweepstakes once per day and one lucky person will win a $650 Publix gift card.
Head over to facebook and “like” Pilot Travel Center. You can then print a coupon for a free hot beverage of your choice at any Pilot Travel Center. Coupon expires December 31, 2011.
Request a new Stocking Spree coupon booklet from Publix containing $64 in coupons! Coupons should arrive 12/3 – 12/10 and are valid from 12/4 – 12/31/11.
The beginning of a new month means new printable coupons! And November is starting out with a bang!
There are some really good printable coupons now available:
$0.50 off Honey Nut Cheerios cereal
$3.00 off Butterball WYB 4 Stove Top
$0.50 off TWO Pillsbury Pie Crusts
$1.00 off on 2 POUCHES Betty Crocker Cookie Mix
$0.40 off TWO Pillsbury Sweet Rolls
$0.40 off 2 Pillsbury Italian Meal Breads
$1.25 off 3 JELL-O, PHILLY, HONEY MAID, NILLA,
$0.75 off any Cascadian Farm product
$1.50 off 3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
Head to Gold Medal Flour’s site to print a 50¢ coupon.
I sure am hoping for some awesome coupon deals coming up this month!
Here’s the best part – my readers get a special discount at this party!!
- Spend $10 and get a FREE gift necklace set (use code CSNECK.)
- Spend $25 and get FREE shipping (use code CSSHIP.)The coupon codes above can be combined as well, so spend $25, get free shipping AND a free necklace! Just make sure when you share your shipping address with Lavonda, you mention these codes so you can claim your free stuff!