Saturday, September 26, 2009

Some quick Target Deals

Other bloggers do a much more complete job of the Target ad than I do; however, here are a few goodies I found.  I'll also try to post links to the blogs I read with more deals listed!

Charmin 24 pk big roll, or 12 pk mega, $11.99
*this same deal is at ShopKo this week
9/27 SS $0.25
8/30 PG $0.25
9/20 SS TARGET COUPON $1.50/2
Final Cost, $11.24/1 or $21.98/2, $10.99 each

Tide 100 oz liquid, 80 oz powder, Stain Release 34 ct pacs, 50 oz powder, 68 oz liquid, $10.99
9/27 PG $1.00
8/30 PG $1.00
8/23 RP TARGET COUPON $1.50 (Stain Release only)
8/30 PG $0.75 (Stain Release only)
As low as $8.49

Coke 12 packs, 4/$11, $2.75 each
Coke 2 liters, 5/$5.55, $1.11 each

Suave 22.5 oz shampoo or conditoner, $1.49
8/2 RP $1/2
2/$1.98, $0.99 each

California Pizza Kitchen, $2.50
9/27 SS $1.00
Final Cost, $1.50

Dannon Danimals 4 pk, or Activa, $2
7/26 SS $1 (Danimals)
8/30 SS $1 (Danimals)
8/9 SS $1 (Danimals)
8/30 SS $1 (Activa)
8/9 SS $1 (Activa)
7/26 SS $1 (Activa)
Final Cost, $1.00

Green Giant Frozen Vegetables, $2.50
9/13 SS $0.40 (19 or 24 oz)
9/13 SS $.50/2 (any)
As low as $2.00 each
*I am near certain there were previous printables for this as well, check your stash! 

Kelloggs' Right Bites, $1.50 each
Final Cost, $2/2, $1 each
*I am near certain there were previous printables for this as well, check your stash!

Windex, Mr. Clean, Soft Scrub and Scrubbing Bubbles, $2.39 each - the ad does not explain exactly what items are included, but you are bound to get a good deal here...
8/30 SS $2.50 wyb Shout, Windex and Scrubbing Bubbles TARGET COUPON*
8/2 SS $1/2 (Windex)
8/2 SS $2/2 (Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Cleaner)
8/2 SS $0.75 (Scrubbing Bubbles bathroom cleaner)
8/2 SS $1.00 (Scrubbing Bubbles mega shower foamer)
8/2 SS $1.00 (Scrubbing Bubbles toilet cleaning gel)
8/2 SS Free Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush wyb Toilet Gel
8/16 SS $0.50 (Soft Scrub)
9/13 SS $1.00 (Soft Scrub pads)
9/27 PG BOGO Mr. Clean Liquid wyb Spray
9/27 PG $1 (Magic Eraser)
9/27 PG BOGO Magic Eraser
8/30 PG $0.50 (Mr. Clean Multi-Surface)
*if you use this, Windex - 8/2 SS $0.55 and 9/13 SS $0.55
There are a million combos here...lots of great deals to be had!!!

Bounty, 8 pk Giant Rolls, $9.99
9/27 PG $0.25
8/30 PG $0.25
Final Price, $8.74

I'll post more as time allows-or provide a link to another blogger....I think I see a bargain with the Air Wick & Glade air fresheners, possibly the Huggies, the Crest toothpaste (I know there is a coupon out there for free Scope wyb Crest), Cascade, Ziploc bags, Bounce, Clorox, Snickers, and the Frito-Lay chips.

Econo Foods Coupon Match-Ups and Deals 9/27-10/3

 Econo has some great deals this week...

Campbell's Select Soup (cans), 4/$5, $1.25 each
8/16 SS $0.75/4
9/20 SS $0.75/4
Final Cost, $3.25/4, $0.81 each

Russet Potatoes, 10 lb bag, $5.00
In-Store Coupon for Free 1 lb. carrots, 1 lb. yellow onion, 1 lb. celery (stew, anyone?)

Oscar Mayer Bacon, 2/$6
8/30 SS $1.50/2
Final Cost, 2/$4.50, $2.25 each

Johnsonville Smoked Brats or Sausage, 2/$6
9/13 SS $1.00/2
9/13 SS $0.55/1 (sausage only)
Final Cost, 2/$5.00, $2.50 each
OR, $2.45/1 sausage

Nabisco Snack Crackers 2/$5
8/23 SS $0.75/2
Final Cost, 2/$4.25,  $2.13 each

Nabisco Cheese Nips or Mac & Cheese Crackers 3/$5
8/23 SS $0.75/2
Final Cost, 2/$2.59, $1.30 each
(Plus, I am aware there is a Nabisco rebate out there....I need to read up on it!)

Chi-Chis Salsa, 2/$4
In-Ad Coupon - Free Chi-Chis Chips wyb 3 Chi-Chis Salsa
Final Cost 3/$6 + Free chips
*imo, not a great deal, but good if you are having friends over and want chips & salsa...

In-Ad Coupon - Free Our Family Bread wyb 3 of:
Oscar Mayer Shaved Meats, Kraft Singles (2/$5), Claussen Pickles, Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip ($2.99).
Approx. 3/$7.99 + Free bread
*again, imo not a great deal, but okay-you could make quite a few sandwiches out of these options!

Pillsbury Brownie Mix, 3/$5, $1.67 each
9/27 RP $0.40/1 (minis)
Final Cost, $1.27/1

Dawn Dish Soap, $1.39
8/30 PG $0.25
9/27 PG $0.25
Final Cost, $1.14

Macaroni & Cheese, 10/$10
In-Store Coupon $2/10
Final Cost 10/$8, $0.80 each

Juicy Juice, 2/$6
8/9 RP $0.50/2
Final Cost 2/$5.50, $2.75 each
*is this a good deal?  my DS just started liking juice so I've never really bought it

Cream of Wheat, $3.79
9/20 SS $0.75
Final Cost $3.04

General Mills Cereal (Cookie Crisp, Kix, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cheerios or Wheaties), 4/$10 - $2.50 each
In-Ad Coupon, $4.50 (2 gallons) Free Milk wyb 4 GM Cereals in a single trip between 9/20-10/17
8/16 SS $1/2 (Cheerios) or
$1/2 (Cinn. Toast Crunch, Cookie Crisp, Kix) - I think also has/d this coupon
9/13 SS $1/3 (all on sale are included with this coupon)
$0.55/1 (Cinn. Toast Crunch)
$0.55/1 (Honey Nut Cheerios)
$0.75/1 (Kix)
As low as 4/$7.00, $1.75 each + 2 gallons of milk

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies, 4/$5 - $1.25 each
8/2 KB $1.00/2
Final Cost, 2/$1.50, $0.75 each

Jell-O Gelatin or Pudding 6 pack, 2/$5
Final Cost, $1.90/1

Jack's Pizzas, $2.50 each
8/23 SS $0.40
Final Cost, $2.10

Eggo Waffles, $1.67 each
8/2 KB $1/2
Final Cost, $2.34/2, $1.17 each

Pepsi 12 or 6 packs, $3.66 each
In-Ad Coupon, Get 1 Free Diet wyb 3 12 pk or 6 pk (any combo)
Final Cost, 4/$10.98, $2.75 each
*similar deal on Coke over at Target this week

Hot or Lean Pockets, $1.77 each
8/23 RP $1.00/3
3/$4.31, $1.44 each
(if you buy these regularly, you may also have a Catalina coupon)
*Cash Wise has these for $1.66 this week

Creamette Pasta, $1
$0.75 September All*You (quick cook only)
$0.25 if quick cook is included

Non-Coupon Deals
BOGO Angus Pride Beef Chuck Roast or Steak
John Morrell Sausage Roll or Links, $1
Oscar Mayer Lunchables 4.4 - 4.15 oz, $1
Gold'n Plump Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, $4.50 each
Kraft Cheese Shreds & Blocks, $1.67 each

Hunt's Spaghetti Sauce, $1
Liberty Gold Mandarin Oranges (can),  $0.75 each

$1 Caress Printable

$1 printable (you have to register first) from Caress, good on bar or body wash.

Click --> HERE <--

Cash Wise Foods Coupon Match Ups and Deals 9/27-10/3

I enjoyed tearing through the Shopper tonight, and found quite a few great deals at Cash Wise!

Free items this week wyb $25 worth of groceries before coupons:
Food Club Saltine Crackers
2 Cans of Food Club Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soups

Oscar Mayer Meat - Bologna, Cotto Salami, or Meat Wieners
Sale price 2/$3.76
In-Store Coupon $2/2
8/23 SS $1/2 (hot dogs)
Final Cost $0.76/2, $0.38 each

Hunt's Manwich, $0.77
Free Cash Wise buns wyb 3
3/$2.31 + free buns
Buy 2 Get 1 Free coupon from September All*You
Final Cost, 3/$1.54 ($0.51 each) + free buns

Oscar Mayer Lunchables 9.4-11.7 oz, 2/$4
In-Store Coupon $2/2
8/23 SS, or $1.00/1 (must have water, not sure if CW carries these?)
As low as 2/$1, $0.50 each

Hot or Lean Pockets, 6/$10, $1.67 each
8/23 RP $1.00/3
3/$4.01, $1.34 each
(if you buy these regularly, you may also have a Catalina coupon)

General Mills Cereals Trix, Cookie Crisp, Lucky Charms or Honey Nut Cheerios, 2/$4
8/16 SS $1/2 (Cheerios) or
$1/2 (Cookie Crisp, Lucky Charms, Trix) I think also has/d this coupon
9/13 SS $1/3 (all on sale are included with this coupon)
$0.55/1 (Trix)
$0.55/1 (Honey Nut Cheerios)
$0.75/1 (Cheerios)

As low as $1.25 per box
This is a good deal, however, Econo has GM Cereal also on sale-slightly higher-but you can get up $4.50 (or 2 gallons) of milk free-so Econo has a better deal overall...unless you have Catalina making this deal even better at CW.

Orville Redenbacher's Microwave Popcorn
BOGO with In-Store Coupon
8/2 SS $0.40/1

Unsure of Final Cost - price not listed in ad

Buy 5 Special K items, get $5.00 off with In-Store Coupon has a great assortment of Special K coupons
Depending on what you buy and what coupons you have, save up to $5 more
Unsure of Final cost - prices on Special K goods not listed in ad

No-Coupon Deals
Red Seedless Grapes, $0.98 lb.

Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa $0.77
Free Food Club Marshmallows wyb 3
3/$2.31 + free marshmallows
(anyone know where some Swiss Miss coupons are?)

Banquet Frozen Meals, $0.77
Free Food Club Soda wyb 3
3/$2.31 + free soda
(anyone know of Banquet coupons?  I thought there was one...but I'm not seeing it)

Gold'n Plump Chicken Thighs or Drumsticks, 24 oz pkg, $2.00 each

Oscar Mayer Lunch Meats, 2/$6
In-Store Coupon, $2/2
Final Cost, 2/$4, $2.00 each (coupons anyone?)

Kemps Singles Frozen Treats, 10/$8.88, $0.89 each

Pillsbury Cake Mix, $0.88

Pillsbury Ready to Spread Frosting, $0.98

Hass Avocados, $0.88

*if you plan to buy Tide, Charmin or Coke 12 packs, get it from Target for a better deal

*if you plan to buy the Campbell's Soups, get it from Econo for a better deal

$0.01 Arby's Coupons!

No, that's not 1 cent off, it's for getting various things at Arby's for $0.01!

Arby's has really been cranking out the deals lately with their all-summer-long free-item Wednesdays, now this great campagin.

The coupons are in Saturday's Hutchinson Shopper (and I'm guessing all over the State/Nation as well), when you purchase a certain item, you get what is on the coupon for just $0.01!

For example, you buy any sandwich at regular price, and you can get sidekickers for a penny.  Or get a Roastburger for a penny when you buy fries and a drink (does not specify size) at regular price.

How does that slogan go..."I'm thinkin' Arby's"? ;-)

These coupons do not expire until October 31.

Friday, September 25, 2009

$1/2 Fiber One Bars Printable and more

Click --> HERE <-- for the $1/2 Fiber One Bars printable, and a bunch of others-Progresso Soup, Green Giant veggies, and Yoplait to name a few.  These seem to be a slightly higher value than, or

$10/2 Olay Pro-X Products

You can sign up to get a coupon for $10/2 Olay Pro-X Proucts --> HERE <--

I haven't received my free sample yet from VocalPoint, and I haven't a clue how much these cost...I'm guessing they are pretty pricey with that high value of a coupon.  But, if you like the products, this would be a great thing to sign up for!  It looks like there is a "brief questionnaire" with this coupon request as well.

Last night's Target run turned out pretty well, here is my haul:

OOP: $18.26
Savings: $23.99

2 Healthy Choice Frozen Meals, $2.50 each
$1.00, $0.50 each

Softsoap Body Wash, $2.99
$1.00 Target coupon
$1.00 Manu coupon

Tressemme Hair Spray, $2.99

Children's Motrin, $5.21
$1.00 Manu coupon

2 PopTarts, $2.00 each
$1.00 Target coupon
$1.00 Manu coupon
$2.00, $1.00 each

Softsoap Pump base (with soap in it), $4.99
Softsoap Pump Refill, $2.49
$3.50 Target coupon
$3.00 Manu coupon
$0.98, or $0.49 each

Shout $2.64
$0.55 Manu coupon
Windex Nauture's Source, $2.49
$1.00 Manu coupon
Scrubbing Bubble Toilet Gel, $3.94
$1.00 Manu coupon
Target coupon for all three, $2.50
$2.02 for all three, $0.67 each

I just realized not all my coupons scanned even though I was watching her like a hawk considering most coupons don't scan at Target....sigh.

I am missing 2 $1 coupons...guess I'll have to watch even more closely next time.

Home Made Simple Coupon Book

Did I tell you about the newest Home Made Simple coupon book?

When I first started dabbling in real couponing I caught wind of this website and the coupons they sent out-I requested it among a frenzy of requesting and printing coupons in attempts to build my coupon stash.

Much to my surprise, and delight, there were some excellent coupons in there!!!

They recently produced another one, and I requested it, and I got it in the mail today!  Here are a few of my favorites:

$1.50 on Dawn Direct Foam Pump
$1.00 on Dawn Hand Renewal
$1.00 on Cascade ActionPacs or Gel

Sign up for this great sight and keep eye for when they put out their coupon books-you won't want to miss 'em!

Glade Printables

Save on Glade products from Right @ Home, click --> HERE <--

Last night I made a run into Econo Foods.  I approached the checkout with 1 internet coupon ($0.55/2 Pizza Rolls from SmartSource); however, I learned they do not take internet coupons.  I am certain I have used them before, so it might depend on the cashier you get.  I'll have to see if I can find their "official" policy....

I still did pretty good:

Hunt's Ketchup, 2/$3
$1/2 from AllYou magazine

Crunch n' Munch, $0.99
I realized my coupon was $1/2 - not what I orginally thought, so I bought 2 boxes...Henry was thrilled.

Strawberries, $2.50

Pizza Rolls, $0.99

Bird's Eye Steamer Veggies, 3/$5
$1.00/3 (again, I had thought my coupon was different on this one, still a decent deal for conveience food though)

Bic Soleil Razors, $3.99
$0.99!!!  GREAT DEAL!  These are usually over $6 at this store.

Total was $13.30.

I also found a new coupon box since my current one is bursting...that was $5.65 (not part of the $13.30 total above), which I thought was decent, being my current one was almost $5 from Wal*Mart and it's teeny compared to this beast of a box!  I hope to provide pictures in a future update....

$75 a Week Grocery Challenge Update

It's the end of the month for us, being it's Pay Day.

My plan for September was to only spend $75 per week, or $150 a paycheck on groceries.

How did I do?

I did okay.

Not great.  I did go over, but not drastically!  When all was said and done, I still had the $200 savings to put away in our "rainy day mug".  However, some of it was gas fund money versus grocery.

Lessons Learned:
1) Cut back on the junk: the junk food is always on sale, and for really great deals.  But, it's JUNK.  We don't need 48 canisters of $0.18 Pringles.  1 is fine.  And life doesn't end if we have no chips in the house.
2) Use the money saving from not buying junk to stock up on the good stuff:  we had a GREAT sale on chicken-I did stock up, and it sent me over the budget.  Worth it yes, but I could have stayed within if I had avoided the cookies, Pringles, Pop Tarts and Toaster Strudels.
3) Couponing is worth the work: who else gets a natural high when you reciept says you saved 48%?  :)

Pay Day Friday

It's Pay Day again!  Always a happy day. ;)

Last night Joe crunched the budget and then procceded to move over $1500 into savings!  This was his bonus money and my entire paycheck.

Why are we moving my entire paycheck?

Because we are preparing ourself for October 16....better known as "My last day at work"!

Yes!  I quit my job!  Today's economy tells me not to quit; however, I must follow what God has called me to do, and that is stay at home and raise my child (and any future children).

It is time.

And I'm psyched!

That has been the point of all this penny-pinching - preparing ourselves to make it possible for this event - and we did it.

With no child care costs, we will save over $400 a month.
Without having to drive over 60 miles 4 times a week, we should save a bit on gas costs.
With couponing, I have easily cut the grocery budget down $200 a month.
With being at home, I am hoping the temptation for dining out with let up some.  I can start to prepare meals earlier in the day.  Granted there will be somedays I'm exhausted and just want a meal served to me by a smiling server; but, I'm hoping those days are fewer.  My current job is demanding.  INCREDIBLY so - I'm fried at the end of a day and the last thing I want to do is dirty my kitchen, cook for 30 minutes and then have to clean it all the time it's all done, it's 8:30 and time for Henry to go to bed.  Not fun.  I'm hoping that will change some.

I am going to have to plan more.  Plan for big expenses like Christmas, birthday gifts and vacations.
We won't be going to Disney World 3 times in a year.
I will have to look at the prices of things.
I'll have to think ahead.

Instead I get to teach my child new things.
I get to play with him.
I get to see life through his eyes.
I get to train him, shape him and provide the proper envrionment for him to grow up in.  (our child care provider does an amazing job--but it's not home....)
We are obeying God and my family will reap the bounty of that obedience.
And I am certain both Joe and I will learn how to rely on the provision of God a bit more during this time.  A wonderful lesson to learn and experience.

The rewards are unending.

GREAT Giveaway over at "Deal"icious Mom!

Check out that Piggy Bank!  This is one of the coolest things I have ever seen.  It gets this money-savin' girl all excited and revved up!

There is a slot for Saving, for spending, donating, and investing.  I am all about teaching your children early on the discipline and the adventure of choosing how to manage your money - rather than allowing it to manage you!

I saw this piggy bank at Babies R Us when I was pregnant with Henry; however, by the time he was born, our closest store no longer carried it and I haven't seen it again until now.

"Deal"icious Mom is having a GIVEAWAY for one!  Go check out her very helpful blog and register to win!

CLICK --> HERE <--

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Target Deal!

Tonight I ran into Target in attempts to buy gravy.

However, our limited food section in our local Target does not carry any gravy.  I was a bit disappointed...BUT, I did find a great deal!

Target has Healthy Choice frozen meals on sale right now, 4/$10 or $2.50 each.
Go to and you will find a printable coupon for $2.00 off the frozen meals - you can print two using your browser's back button.

So, instead of gravy, I bought 2 Healthy Choice frozen meals for a buck!

Free "Being Girl" Sample Kit

I just read a post from Utah Deal Diva on how to get a free sample kit from "Being Girl" - it includes 2 Tampax Pearl Tampons, 1 Always Infinity Maxi-Pad, 2 Always Pantiliners, and 1 Always Feminine Wipe!

Click --> HERE <--

A lot of times these free samples come with coupons!

Jo-Ann Fabrics Sale

More Jo-Ann's deals!

Use code TTF267A for 50% off any regular priced item online, valid through 9/26.

Use code EFD273 for 50% off any regular priced item online, valid through 9/30.

30% off entire stock of yarn online.

All orders ship for $5. 

It also looks like they are having a BOGO sale on Fall decor in-store....could this be paired up with a 50% off coupon?

FREE Patterns from Lion Brand, click --> HERE <--

$10 Tuesday Decor Finds

When I was planning my wedding I signed up with  After the wedding passed, I was automatically signed up for, which is run by the same company.  I haven't paid much attention to The Nest, but one little headline caught my eye on an email I got yesterday:

"Chic Decor Finds for Under $10"

Apparently they do this every Tuesday.  It's kind of a neat thing to scroll through...might generate a couple good ideas for Christmas gifts.

Check it out --> HERE <--

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Target in-home mailer coupon book

Tonight I checked the mail and much to my delight, I found a little book of Target coupons!  I'm not sure if this is a general mailing, or how we got this, but it was actually address to my husband! :) 

Lots of great coupons to pair up with manufacturer coupons, here are a few of my favorites that I know I also have manufacturer for to make a superb deal-especially if Target has a sale!
  • Clorox Bleach, $0.50
  • Cottonelle, $1.00
  • Bounty, $1.00
  • Dial bar or body wash, $1.00
  • Ziploc, $0.50
  • Swiffer, $1.00
  • Kelloggs cereal or POP TARTS (lol!), $0.50
  • There are quite a few pet coupons as well, I'll pass these to my coupon clipping co-worker and hope she can score a deal.


In my research on coupons and cutting the budget, I have run across "VocalPoint" more than once.  Apparently they send out some pretty sweet samples and coupons when you join up.  You have to actually login to their site and request various samples, and then come back and review them--so a teeny bit of work is required, but it sounds like fun to me!

The current promotion that I requested earlier today is a 28 day sample of Olay Pro-X.  I'm really looking forward to trying this product!  It is supposed to help your skin be softer, younger looking and keep moisture in-I need that!

Check it out,

$1.60 off Nature Valley Nut Clusters

I saw these for $1.99 the other day at Econo....$1.60 off means just 33 cents!

Click --> HERE <--

You can print two, just user your internet browser's back button!

Menu Plan Monday - Tuesday's edition!

Yesterday I did menu plan...but I didn't get it posted, so here is what our week is looking like:

  • BLT's, french fries, veggie

  • crockpot chicken, baked taters, veggies (maybe rolls)

  • spaghetti, salad, rolls

  • chicken patty sandwiches, baked fries, veggie (maybe salad?)

  • orange chicken, rice (I haven't told Joe about this, we haven't made it in FOREVER and he loooooooves it, he he surprise!!)

  • french toast (freeze some too!) it snack time yet?

Monday, September 21, 2009

Free Cards

Somewhere along the line within the past month, I found a link to request 2 free greeting cards from Hallmark.  I really should have shared the link...if I can find it, I will if the cards are still available.

Anyway, I got them in the mail this past week and they are really cute!

The first one is to send to another Mom and it has a picture of a woman at the fridge, it reads:

"Sure we're busy, but we can still feed our kids well-rounded meals.  Pizza...toaster waffles...bologna...doughnuts..."

You open it, and:

"How are things at your house?"
I about busted out laughing (while at work) when I read this.

Guess what Henry had for breakfast this morning?????!

The second card is a picture of a frog and it reads,

"I found this smile..."

You open it, and:

"...and thought you could use it!"

It's meant to give to your child as they embark on the first day of school.  While Henry is too young for school, this greeting card is generic enough to send to a friend who needs a pick-me-up.

I fully expected lame cards-but these are really great!  Thanks Hallmark!  (and Wal*

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Econo Foods Coupon Match Ups and Deals

Looks like Econo is having a $0.99 sale this week, lots of various items, here are some I really like due to coupon match-ups - and other deals too!

Totino's Pizza Rolls 7.5 oz pkg, $0.99
7/12 SS $0.40/2
8/9 GM $0.35/1
9/13 GM $0.35/1
As low as $0.64 each

Del Monte Tomatoes, $0.99
9/20 RP $1/5
$0.79 each wyb 5

Silk Soy Milk, 2/$6
9/13 SS $0.75/1
$2.25 each

Bird's Eye Steamfresh Veggies, 3/$5
9/13 SS $0.35
$1.32/1 (not bad, but I've seen cheaper)
or if you have the August all*you, $1/1
$0.67/1 (great deal!)

Gold'n Plump Chicken Breast 20 oz pkg, 3/$10
$2.33 each

Act II Popcorn, 3 pk, 4/$5
8/2 SS $0.40/1
9/20 SS $.40/1
$0.85 each

Kashi Cereal or Snack Bars, 2/$6
$1/2 (bars)
$1.50/2 (cereal)
$4.50 (or $2.25 each)/2 cereal

Crunch 'n Munch Snack Mix, $0.99
9/20 SS $0.35
or if you have the all*you from  September...$1/1

Soleil Razors 4 pk, $3.99
8/9 SS $3/1
9/20 SS $3/1

Aquafresh ISO-Active Toothpaste, 2/$6
9/20 RP $1/1
(something tells me this is cheaper at Target...?)

Suave Shampoo and/or Conditioner, 2/$4
8/20 RP $1/2

Other deals, without coupons:
Prego Pasta Sauce, $0.99
 Tony's Crisp Crust Pizza, $0.99
Stove Top Stuffing Cups, $0.99
Celery or avocados, $1 each
Strawberries 1 l b, $2.50
Our Family Eggs, $1.25
Lay's Potato Chips, $2.50 (only if Baked Lay's are included do I like this...then I REALLY like it! LOL)
Jiffy Pizza Crust, $0.50 each
Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix, $0.44 each
Jell-O Pudding Mix, $0.99 (Joe looooooves pudding)
Bisquick Shake & Pour Pancake Mix, $0.99
Boneless Pork Chops, 3.14 lb pk, $10 (ten chops)

Thursday September 24 - Saturday, September 26 only
$0.99 lb for various pork products (loin packs, picnic roast, butt roast, spare ribs, pork steak)
$1.49 lb pork chops
Plus, buy $25 worth, and use the in-store coupon for $5 off
At $0.99 pound, that is a LOT of pork!

all*you magazine coupons - August, September and October issues

While I don't usually shop at Wal*Mart, I have been stopping in the past two months to pick up a copy of all*you magazine because it's PACKED with it truly is a great magazine!  I hope to subscribe to it soon.

I currently have August & September's issues in my hands and haven't clipped any coupons yet because I'm still reading the articles!  :)  But taking a glance at the full list of coupons in both issues, here are a few of the coupons I really like:

$1/1 Bird's Eye Frozen Veggies
$0.50/1 Cottenelle toilet paper
$0.50/2 Knorr rice & pasta - These are often on sale for $1, and Henry will eat this stuff by the bowlful!
BOGO Spearmint Eclipse Gum - for my mint gum habit....
FREE Weight Watchers Smart Ones Dessert - OH DROOL!  They just came out with a peanut butter cup one that I spied at Target the other night!!!!

$1/1 Crunch & Munch - on sale this week at Econo for $0.99
$2/3 Lean Cuisine Entrees - I really like these meals for lunch and Target has them on a Price Drop for $2.50 (4/$10), with this coupon they become about $1.84 each.
$1/2 Marie Calendar's Dinners - these are on sale at Target this week (and there are additional printable coupons out on Marie Calendar's website I believe...)

$2/1 Rimmel mascara = cheap!
$0.75/1 Ronzoni pasta - a box of spaghetti is around $0.74 at Target

And there are many, many more.  To check out the next issue's list (October) go --> HERE <-- (over $92 in October!)  If you notice the URL in your address bar, you can simply change the month to look at any month's list-o-coupons!

Cash Wise Foods Match Ups & Deals

Angel Soft Bath Tissue 12 Double Roll Pkg, $3.98
9/13 RP $0.50/1

Quaker Cereals, Granola Bars, Granola Bites (seems everyone is having this sale lately, but this it the best I've seen!), 5/$9
In-Store Coupon when you buy 5, $3.00
8/30 RP $0.75/2
$1.00/2 (granola bars)
As low as $4.75/5, $0.95 per box!

Gold'N Plump Chicken 3.25 lb 8 piece Cut-Up or Seasoned Whole, 2/$10
$4.00 each

Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage, 2/$5
9/13 RP $0.55/1
$1.95 each

Gourmet Dining Stir Fry, $4.88
$2.88 each

Progresso Soups, 4/$5
9/13 GM $0.25/1 (high fiber)
9/13 GM $0.50/2
$0.50 (broth)
Using the $1.10 coupon, $2.65/3, $0.88 each

Wish-Bone Salad Dressing, $1.88
8/2 RP $1/1
(However, Target has a Price Drop on their Wish Bone, $1.50 each, better deal there!)

Sparkle Paper Towels, 8 Rolls, $3.98
9/13 RP $1.00

Kleenex Facial Tissue, 2/$3
8/12 SS $0.50/3
$1.00 each
(I believe Target has some Kleenex on clearance-would most likely be a better deal there-check the end caps!)

Cash Wise In-Home Mailer Coupons
Crystal Sugar, 4 lb bag, $1.18
8/9 SS $0.50/1

Other Deals:
Buy $25 of groceries (pre-coupons), get FREE Hersey's Baking Chips
Honeysuckle Turkey Breast, $0.98/lb
Swanson Pot Pies 5/$3, $0.60 each
Food Club Olive Oil 17 oz, $3.98
Xtra Laundry Detergent 2/$4

I also like the $1.98 Food Club Gallon of milk (limit 2), and
$0.98 Bernatello's Pizzas (limit 4) on the In-Home Mailer coupons.