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Winn Dixie 10/26-11/1
by TheresaShadrix
Oct 25, 2011 | 3498 views |  0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
On page 8 of the ad this week, there is a manufacturer coupon that expires on 11/1:

Get (1) bag of Doritos chips when you buy three 12oz can 12-pack from Pepsi. Max. value of $3.50



MAKE-A-MEAL DEAL

Buy (2) Red Baron Pizzas 2/$12.98

Get:

  • Blue Bell ice cream cups (12 ct)
  • Totino’s pizza rolls (15 ct)
  • Tyson chicken nuggets, tenders, breasts or fingers (10-13.2 oz)
  • 7-Up 2 liter product

** (Save $2 instantly when you purchase (2) Red Baron pizzas. See store for coupon)

DOUBLE PLAY

Get (1) FREE pound Hormel ham when you purchase (1) pound WD deli cheese in a single transaction.

WHAT-A-DEAL

Buy (2) Pantene shampoos or conditioners 2/$11.98

Get:

  • TopCare cotton balls (200 ct)
  • Ivory soap (4 bar)
  • Secret invisible solid antiperspirant deodorant
  • Crest toothpaste (3.5 oz)

BOGO’s

MEAT, CHICKEN, FISH

Sanderson Farms skinless, boneless chicken breasts (save up to $4.59)

Sanderson Farms skinless, boneless chicken thighs (save up to $3.99)

Sanderson Farms skinless, boneless chicken leg quarters (save up to $1.79)

WD pork steaks or country style ribs (save up to $3.69)

WD skinless, boneless chicken breasts or tenders (save up to $10.99)

WD brand beef sirloin steak (save up to $9.99)

Mama Lucia Italian style meatballs (save up to $7.99)

Butterball turkey lunchmeat (save up to $3.99)

Nathan’s beef franks (save up to $5.69)

Louis Kemp crab snack delights (save up to $3.49)

Ocean Café crab cakes (save up to $8.99)

Fisherman’s Wharf whiting fillets (save up to $7.99)

GROCERY

Mrs. Smith’s cobblers (save up to $6.79)

Edy’s ice cream (save up to $6.79)

Entenmann’s loaf cakes (save up to $4.29)

Nature’s Own or Natural Grain bagels (save up to $4.29)

Thomas’ plain English muffin (save up to $4.29)

Wonder or Merita hotdog or hamburger buns (save up to $2.89)

Dole classic, iceberg, shredded lettuce or tender leaf spinach (save up to $2.99)

Kool-Aid or Country Time (save up to $4.19)

Hormel Chili with beans (save up to $3.59)

Campbell’s Select Harvest soup (save up to $2.69)

Valley Fresh white chicken (save up to $3.59)

Pompeian classic or extra light olive oil (save up to $6.59)

Carbonell extra virgin olive oil (save up to $6.59)

WD foil packs seasonings, sauces or gravies (save up to $2.39)

WD spices or extracts (save up to $10.49)

WD snack crackers or vanilla wafers (save up to $2.99)

WD sweetener (save up to $3.69)

Quaker instant grits (save up to $3.19)

General Mills cereals (save up to $4.99)

Duncan Hines cake mixes (save up to $2.19)

Planter’s peanuts (save up to $3.99)

Baby Ruth, Nestle Crunch or Butterfinger fun size (save up to $3.99)

Bugles, Chex Mix, Orville Redenbacher popcorn (save up to $5.99)

Ruffles potato chips (save up to $4.29)

HOUSEHOLD

Xtra laundry detergent (save up to $3.99)

Freshmatic I-motion or Ultra kit or Airwick 2-in-1 aerosol (save up to $13.99)

WD Starbright windshield washer fluid (save up to $2.39)

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Scunci or Conair hair accessories (save up to $25.49)

Right Guard deodorant (save up to $3.99)

WD feminine pads (save up to $4.29)

 


$10 Olay Spa Gift Set Caddy at Walmart.com
by TheresaShadrix
Oct 21, 2011 | 1071 views |  0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
If you like Olay products, Walmart is offering a great online deal. Purchase one Olay Spa Gift Set Caddy with Bonus 1-Year Subscription to Allure Magazine for $10.00. Plus, it ships free.

An added bonus is that ShopAt Home is offering 2% cash back, so if you are not already a member, join for free here.  Once you register, search for Walmart, click the "Shop Now" button and then search for the Olay Spa Gift Set.

There are two gift sets in the deal. Thanks to www.hip2save.com for the information!

Venus Sensuous Skin Care Gift Pack #1

*Venus Embrace Razor

*Venus Satin Care Shaving Cream (2.5 oz)

*Olay Ribbons Body Wash (10 oz)

*Bath puff

*All packed in a reusable shower caddy

*Plus as an added bonus the Sensuous Skin Care Gift Pack includes a one year subscription to Allure Magazine or any one of 5 other publications (or $9.99 rebate)

Venus Sensuous Skin Care Gift Pack #2

*Venus Spa Breeze Razor

*Secret Lavender Body Mist (1.0 oz)

*Olay Ribbons Body Wash (10 oz)

*bath puff

*All packed in a reusable shower caddy

*Plus as an added bonus the Sensuous Skin Care Gift Pack includes a one year subscription to Allure Magazine or any one of 5 other publications (or $9.99 rebate)

If you do not want the Allure magazine subscription, you can submit the form found here, along with the card inside the Olay gift set, for a $9.99 rebate.


Clip2Save column: Shopping CVS for Savings, Part One
by TheresaShadrix
Oct 18, 2011 | 1063 views |  0 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
The CVS ExtraCare card is the key to saving at CVS
The CVS ExtraCare card is the key to saving at CVS
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In 1964, the first Consumer Value Store (CVS) opened in Lowell, Mass. Since that time, the drugstore has grown to 7,000 locations throughout the nation. Couponers shop CVS because it is considered coupon friendly, has a strong reward card program and offers store coupons that can be stacked with manufacturer coupons. But, as with everything in couponing, you have to understand everything the store has to offer before you can get the best deals.

The ExtraCare Rewards Program

The key to savings at CVS is the CVS ExtraCare rewards card, which will celebrate 10 years in 2011. In order to participate, you have to register for a card in the store or online.  ExtraCare members also receive special offers and coupons in the mail and email. When you sign up for emails, you will receive a $4 off $20 CVS coupon, that can be used with other CVS and manufacturer coupons. So, in order to take full advantage, you should register your card and email at CVS.com.

ExtraCare Bucks (ECB's)

The main component of the ExtraCare Rewards card is the ExtraCare Bucks. I’ve never met anyone who didn’t like one buck, so extra bucks is certainly something to love. It’s all in how you spread the ECB love.

 ECB’s print at the bottom of your receipt and there are three ways to receive them.

  1. Each week, CVS has certain items for sale. The sales begin on Sunday and end on Saturday. Sale items include offers for Extra Bucks after the purchase of the item.
  2. Extra Bucks pays back customers two percent on purchases in the form of a coupon printed at the bottom of the store receipt. CVS also rewards customers with $1.00 to spend on front store merchandise for every two prescriptions purchased.
  3. You can also purchase a Green Bag Tag at CVS and a recycled bag. When you scan the tag and use it with a recycled bag, you will receive $1 ECB after four scans. You can only scan the card once per day.

Rain Checks

If a sale item is out of stock, then ask for a rain check. At CVS, the rain checks do not expire and you will still receive the ECB.

Coupon Policy

Last month, CVS finally released an official coupon policy. The entire coupon policy is online here but some key points are that CVS:

  • Will accept manufacturers coupons, including those printed online.
  • Can stack one manufacturer coupon with one CVS coupon per item.
  • Can use coupons on sale items.
  • Will not accept expired coupons.

CVS Coupons

CVS offers store coupons that can be printed from their website, from email offers, from the Reinventing Beauty magazine that is purchased in the store and from the CVS Kiosk.

  • Your ExtraCare card can be scanned at the CVS Kiosk once per day. Scan the card once and CVS coupons will. Then, scan it again.

This week, register for an ExtraCare reward card and purchase a Green Bag Tag. Next week, I’ll have part two of shopping at CVS. If you want to go ahead and shop a few deals, look at the weekly match ups on www.southernsavers.com or www.hip2save.com. There are also CVS exclusive blogs at www.simplycvsshopping.com and www.iheartcvs.com.

Got a question? Email me at thadrix@annistonstar.com.

 

 


Winn Dixie BOGO's and Make-A-Meal, week of Oct. 19-Oct. 25, 2011
by TheresaShadrix
Oct 18, 2011 | 863 views |  0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

BOGO's

MEAT, CHICKEN, FISH

WD All Natural Center Cut Pork Chops, wafer thin, assorted pork chops

WD country style pork loin ribs

Fisherman’s Wharf whiting, tilapia, cod, grouper, flounder or perch fillets

Sea Best butterfly shrimp, scallops, clam strips

Mrs. Paul’s fish sticks (save up to $6.99 on 2)

Sanderson Farms chicken thighs, drumsticks, split breasts

Armour meatballs

 

FROZEN FOODS

Breyers ice cream (save up to $6.99 on 2)

Pepperidge Farm garlic or cheese toast (save up to $3.79 on 2)

 

GROCERY

Post or General Mills cereal (save up to $4.59 on 2)

Progresso soup ((save up to $2.59 on 2)

Green Giant canned vegetables (save up to $5.28 on 2)

Welch’s grape juice (save up to $3.99 on 2)

Crystal Light lemonade & teas (save up to $3.99 on 2)

Pompeian extra olive oil (save up to $4.99 on 2)

Hostess twinkies (save up to $4.29 on 2)

WD sugar or cake cones (save up to $2.39 on 2)

WD seasonings, gravies, sauces (save up to $6.99 on 2)

Merita Old Fashioned Nature’s Own bread (save up to $4.59 on 2)

Pace salsa or picante sauce (save up to $3.09 on 2)

Nabisco tray packs or Cheeze-It (save up to $6.69 on 2)

 

HOUSEHOLD

Fab laundry detergent (save up to $5.28 on 2)

Mr. Clean spray (32 oz) Joy lemon dish detergent (30 oz)(save up to $3.79 on 2)

Arm & Hammer or Close-Up toothpaste (save up to $3.79 on 2)

Plackers (24-90 ct) (save up to $3.79 on 2)

Hefty foam plates (save up to $4.99 on 2)

 

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Sundown or Osteo Bi-Flex vitamins (save up to $40.99 on 2)

3 bar Dial soap (save up to $3.19 on 2)

Wet & Wild cosmetics (save up to $6.99 on 2)

 

WHAT-A-DEAL

Buy (1) 33.2 lb WD twin-pack charcoal for $14.99

Get:

  • Doritos (11 oz)
  • Chinet plates (32 ct)
  • Armour jumbo hot dogs (16 oz)
  • WD mustard (16 oz)

 

Buy (2) 45 ct, 13 gal Hefty Black Out Trash Bags 2/$25.98

Get:

  • Chek (2 liter)
  • WD plastic cups (50 ct, 16 oz)
  • Heinz ketchup (10 ct packets)
  • Bounty paper napkins (160 or 200 ct)
  • WD aluminius foil (37.5 sq ft)

Yard Sale fundraiser for Payton Thornton & family
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 22, 2011 | 2232 views |  0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

White Plains Middle School is sponsoring a community yard sale to raise money for the Thornton/Rainwater family to help offset some of the expenses this family faces due to Payton’s condition.

If you know of anyone that can help with the event by giving donations, please contact April Trantham at 256-741-4704  or Leigh Ann Patterson at 256-741-4709.

Click Here for a recent article from The Anniston Star about Payton.


K-wonderful Koffee from my new Keurig
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 20, 2011 | 3583 views |  0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Lately, I've been listening to some of my friends as they brag about which K-Cup has the best flavor. In one conversation, I didn't want to admit that I didn't know what a K-Cup was or that when they first started talking, I thought they were merely bragging about things that some women should just keep quiet about.

At the dentist office recently, I couldn't help but notice a carousel filled with an assortment of K-Cups on a table in the corner. It whispered to me. Softly, but firmly. "Come to the K-Side of life."

Beside the carousel was the beauty of all coffee inventions - the Keurig. As my son was escorted down the hall to, as he put it, be "tortured by small dental devices," I decided it was time that I had something K-wonderful to brag about and I had a cup of hot tea. I wanted to try a cup of coffee and wasn't ready to leave when my son returned. "Could you possibly ask the dentist for a second opinion on the cavity he just filled," I asked as I grabbed another K-Cup? But, nooooo, we had to leave.

So, I've been on the hunt for a deal since then. I can't stand it any longer.  I've recently given in to a Kindle, so I figure why not give in to a Keurig coffee brewer. Here's what I bought today at Kohls:

Keurig® B60 Special Edition Coffee Brewer, Regular $189.99, Sale $149.99.

  • use 30% off promo code: SaveWith30
  • Paid $104.99, plus tax
  • Received $20 Kohls cash

There are two other models that are priced lower, but I like the settings and water reserve on this one.

Next time you see me, just try to ignore me if I brag a bit about K-Cups. They are not cheap and I'll be on the constant search for deals. At least I have something to look forward to at the dentist now!

 




Winn Dixie BOGO's and Make-A-Meal, week of 9/21/11
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 20, 2011 | 801 views |  0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

MAKE-A-MEAL

Buy two (2) Tyson frozen chicken, 20-32 oz nuggets, tenders, breasts or fingers 2/$13.98 and get:

  • Hunts Natural Ketchup, 35 oz
  • Ore-Ida potatoes, 16-32 oz
  • Coca-Cola, 2 liter
  • WD ice-cream sandwiches, 12 ct

Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO):

  • Sanderson Farms skinless, boneless chicken tenders (save up to $5.49 on 2 lbs)
  • Sanderson Farms skinless, boneless chicken thighs (save up to $3.99 on 2 lbs)
  • Fisherman's Wharf whiting, cod, grouper, tilapia, flounder, perch fillets (save up to $7.99 on 2)
  • Sea Best breaded scallops, clam strips, calamari, popcorn, coconut or butterfly shrimp (save up to $6.99 on 2)
  • Ocean Cafe crab cakes (save up to $8.99 on 2)
  • Gorton's premium fillets (save up to $8.29 on 2)
  • WD boneless pork chops, center cut (save up to $5.69 on 2 lbs)
  • WD boneless assorted pork chops (save up to $4.99 on 2 lbs)
  • WD sugar-free drink mix sticks (save up to $3.29 on 2)
  • WD long grain rice (save up to $2.99 on 2)
  • WD beef stew seasoning mix, WD seasonings, gravies (save up to $1.49 on 2)
  • Nabisco saltine crackers (save up to $3.29 on 2)
  • Healthy Choice soup (save up to $3.29 on 2)
  • Dole salad kits or blends (save up to $3.99 on 2)
  • Kellogg's Special K cereal (save up to $4.49 on 2)
  • Nature's Pride or WD bread (save up to $4.29 on 2)
  • Arizona hald & hald tea stix (save up to $3.29 on 2)
  • Pompelan canola extra virgin olive oil, 48 oz (save up to $8.29 on 2)
  • Bertolli olive oil, extra virgin or extra light, 17 ox (save up to $8.29 on 2)
  • Keebler Sandies, 12-13 oz (save up to $3.99 on 2)
  • John Morrell breakfast roll or links, 11-16 oz (save up to $3.49 on 2)
  • Eckrich Smoky breakfast sausage (save up to $3.49 on 2)
  • Old El paso taco shells, seasoning mix, refried beans, rice mixes, thick & chunky salsa (save up to $2.59 on 2)
  • Simply Potatoes hanshbrowns, diced or wedges (save up to $2.79 on 2)
  • Hershey's, Kit Kat or Reese's candy bars (save up to $1.09 on 2)
  • Sally Hanson lip, nail polish, or nail treatment products (save up to $15.49 on 2)
  • Top Care mouthwash (save up to $5.99 on 2)
  • Surf powder, 40 load (save up to $6.99 on 2)
  • All 2X or 3X liquid laundry detergent, 32 load (save up to $6.99 on 2)
  • WD medium household gloves (save up to $4.99 on 2)
  • Kaboom Foam-Tastic or shower, tub & tile cleaner (save up to $4.99 on 2)

 


Clip2Save Local Coupons, September 15, 2011
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 15, 2011 | 1008 views |  0 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

When you pick up today's Anniston Star, make sure to check out the Clip2Save local coupons on page 7A.

Resturant coupons include:

  • Sonny's Bar-B-Q (Oxford): Buy 1 lunch special or dinner entree and get one for $.99, with the purchase of two drinks. Expires Oct. 8, 2011
  • Peerless Grille (Anniston): Kids 12 & Under eat FREE with adult purchase, drink not included.
  • My Family Table (Jacksonville): 10 % off total ticket. Expires Oct. 31, 2011
  • Food Outlet: Free saltines with coupon and additional $20 purchase. Coupon good Sept. 14-Sept. 20, 2011.

Auto coupons:

  • Anniston Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram (Anniston): Ladies special $26.95 oil change with free tire rotation, plus get 10% off any service. Tuesday only. Expires Sept. 30, 2011
  • Jacksonville Muffler & Auto Repair (Jacksonville): $5 off oil change. $5 off coolant service. Expires Dec. 31, 2011
  • Executive Detail Shop (Anniston) Ladies Day on Wednesday, $5 off any service. Truck, SUV $75 special, regular $100.
  • Neat & Clean (Anniston): $20 off wash & wax special on cars and trucks. Expires Sept. 30, 2011

Computer service coupons:

  • Computer Solutions (Jacksonville): 10% off for all JSU students (with valid I.D.) and all Jacksonville City workers.
  • Gamecock Computers: Back to School Special - $50 virus/spyware removal/clean up.

Arts & Entertainment coupons:

  • Works of Art (Jacksonville): 10% off all group and parties booked Aug-Sept.

Clip2Save coupon class
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 13, 2011 | 1534 views |  0 comments | 30 30 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

I will teach a class on the basics of couponing on Sunday, September 18 from 2-4 p.m. at Saks Baptist Church. There is no charge and you just need to bring a non-perishable food item for the church pantry.

Saks Baptist Church is located at Hwy 431 North in Saks. This FREE class is courtesy of Tina Horn, Saks Baptist Church and Clip2Save/The Anniston Star.

If you are on Facebook, please RSVP at the link at www.facebook.com/clip2save.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at tshadrix@annistonstar.com.

Thanks!

Theresa


Don’t be a copycat
by TheresaShadrix
Sep 13, 2011 | 1256 views |  0 comments | 28 28 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

If there was one thing I thought was understood about the basics of coupons, it’s that you can’t copy them. Nobody likes a copycat. And that goes for coupons. But, I’m hearing from local cashiers, managers, and readers that we have a good number of copycats in our neck of the woods. Folks, it is wrong to copy coupons. If you look at the fine print on a coupon, it says, “Void if reproduced or copied.”

There are three main types of coupons:

  1. Coupons that you cut out from newspaper inserts like Red Plum, Smart Source and P&G.
  2. Coupons that you print off the Internet and have a limited number of prints.
  3. Coupons that you print off the Internet and have an unlimited number of prints.

According to Coupons.com, printable coupons have been available on the Internet for about 10 years. The main confusion of copying coupons deals with coupons printed off the Internet from websites like redplum.com, smartsource.com, and manufacturer websites. Most of the websites allow for a coupon to be printed twice from the same IP address. That means two times per computer. Some people think, “Well, if I can print two, why not 20?” Here’s why you can’t.

For one thing, each coupon has a unique code that makes that one coupon valid and the code is good only one time. So, if you copy that coupon, the store will only get reimbursed once. With the increase of Internet use and couponing, you must know that if you copy coupons you are indirectly stealing from the store if you use the coupon more than once. People don’t like copycats and most outright hate thieves.

Another thing with coupons printed online is that your IP address from your computer is printed in very, very small print around the outside of the coupon. If you copy the coupon, your IP address will eventually be blocked and you won’t be able to print coupons from that computer. This is the main reason I don’t “coupon fairy” my printable coupons. Meaning I don’t leave my coupons in stores for strangers to use. I can’t control if someone copies that coupon and I don’t want to take the risk of my IP address being flagged.

It might be a little confusing that you can print coupons online but you can’t copy them. I didn’t think there was any confusion at all about copying coupons from newspaper inserts, but, apparently, there are some local coupons doing it. Companies will not get reimbursed for a copied coupon and the loss will eventually trickle down to consumers. 

The only time that you can copy a coupon is ones that are print off the Internet from manufacturers and have an unlimited number of prints. This is a coupon that is in a PDF format. The code is not unique and it’s the same one on all of the coupons. It should go without saying, but the company doesn’t expect you to copy the PDF coupon 100 times. If you think people don’t like copycats and thieves, they pretty much abhor a shelf clearer. So, you might have 100 of an item, but no friends.

Got a question? Email me at tshadrix@annistonstar.com. 

To verify if a printable coupon is valid, go to www.veri-fi.com and follow the instructions.


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