Saturday, November 7, 2009

Free Dentek Triple Clean Floss Sample

One quick freebie post before I rejoin the festivities with my family....

Click --> HERE <-- to request a free sample of Dentek Triple Clean Floss.

This weekend

As you may have gathered, due to my lack of posts, I am away this weekend.  We left on Thursday night and will return tomorrow (Sunday) at some point.  We are visiting my Grandma and celebrating her 88th birthday. It was a huge surprise party for her - she had NO idea! It's been a great weekend, seeing family members and friends, visiting with my Grandma and sharing many, many memories.

I hope to have the coupon match-ups done on Sunday at some point, or at the latest on Monday.  I will also get caught up on my email and any freebies I might as soon as I can this week!


Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Wal*Mart's $20 Thanksgiving Feast

Lots of Wal*Mart news today! I've just started looking at this store in a slightly fresher light, and this sort of report helps even more.

Reuters (my old company!) is reporting that Wal*Mart is featuring a deal that will give you an entire Thanksgiving dinner for just $20.

Now THAT is awesome!

Grade A Turkeys will be just $0.40 a pound. (when I was at Wal*Mart earlier, I noticed the Butterball's were on sale for, I think, $0.68, which is amazing!  I didn't scope out other brands)

The "feast" that Wal*Mart is advertising is as follows:

-- One 12-pound Grade A turkey (limit 2)
-- Three 11 to 15.5-ounce cans Green Giant vegetables
-- Two 14-ounce cans Ocean Spray cranberry sauce
-- Three 6-ounce boxes of Stove Top stuffing
-- One 5-pound bag of red potatoes
-- One 12-count package of Sara Lee dinner rolls
-- One 22-ounce pumpkin roll cake

This deal started today, November 4.

I WILL be buying those turkeys!

$0.75 Printable Coupon for Butterball Ground Turkey

We eat a lot of ground turkey.  They do not have this brand at Cash Wise, but perhaps Wal*Mart or Econo?

Click --> HERE <-- for $0.75 off Butterball Ground Turkey.

Thank you Katie for the link!

$1.25 Simply Pillsbury Cookie Dough Printable Coupon

Click --> HERE <-- for a $1.25/1 Simply Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough coupon.  You should be able to print two by using your back button.

I was just thinking of holiday baking.  No one would know, right?  He he he.

Thank you Money Saving Madness for the link! $1.00 printable off McCormick Spices

It's back!

Click --> HERE <-- use zip code 45403 and find a $1.00 off any McCormick Spice, Herb, or Extract printable coupon (you should be able to print 2).

There are quite a few different choices that run just over a buck - so this is a great deal!

Wal*Mart Deals and Coupon Match-ups

I haven't verified any of these with the Hutchinson Wal*Mart, but it is what I am finding online...

$2.00 Over the Moon Milk half gallon

10/18 SS $1/1
Final Price, $1.00

$2.00 Yoplait Delights 4-packs
$1.00/1 printable
10/4 SS $1/1
Final Price: $1.00

$2.00 Yoplait Fiber One Yogurt
$1/1 printable
10/4 SS $1/1
Final Price: $1.00

$4.46 EPT Pregnancy Test 
$3/1 printable
Final Price: $1.46

$0.94 Suave Deodorant
10/25 RP $0.50/1
Final Price: $0.44

$0.97 Men's Suave
10/25 RP $0.75/1
Final Price: $0.22

$1.58 Kraft Naturals Shredded & Block Cheese (8 oz)
$1.00/2 Kraft or Cracker Barrel Natural Cheese
Final Price: $2.16/2, or $1.08 each

$0.78 Betty Crocker Instant Potatoes
$0.40 printable
Final Price, $0.38

$0.75 Heniz Gravy
$1.00/3 printable
Final Price, $1.25/3, or $0.42 each

Free Thanksgiving Holiday Recipe E-Book

Click --> HERE <-- to gain access to download a free Thanksgiving holiday recipe e-book.

When you click the above link, you will have to fill out a short survey, then it will take you to a page with a bunch of offers, you can just click the "Continue" button on the bottom of the page to get the link to the recipe book-you don't have to sign up for anything.

It's a recipe book (.pdf so you can save it to your computer) from QualityHealth, so it has all the health information at the bottom of each recipe, which I like because then I can know if I can squeeze in an extra slice of pie without completely ruining myself.  ;)  I also noticed at least one low-fat recipe.

I like to keep all sorts of recipes on my computer, which is located right outside of my kitchen.  I just bring up the recipe and can quickly read it and get back to cooking.  So, I like this even more that I can print it, or simply save to my computer!

Wal*Mart One Day Sale - Saturday, November 7, 8:00 am

Some really great deals!  I don't know squat bout TV's so I can't comment on those, but I like all the others!

$298 HP Laptop
$148 Blu Ray Player
$199 XBox 360, plus you get a $100 gift card!
$29 DVD Player

I reallyyyyyy want that laptop.  I have been a die-hard with the Dells; however, my trusty geek husband says HPs are quite good as well.  My current lappy is getting old.  And it's slow.  That HP lappy has 3 gigs of RAM.  A 250 GB hard drive.

This nerd is droolin'.

Shopping at Aldi's

Many people have probably never hard of a grocery store called Aldi's.

But, where I grew up in a suburb of Chicago, Aldi's was right down the street and the store we went to most often.  I didn't realize it as a child, but it is a discount grocery store.  When we moved to Minnesota, my Mom would drive to Iowa a couple times a year for a HUGE shopping trip at Aldi's.  It was that good. (and I'm hoping it still is!)

Last week when I was in St. Cloud for a birthday party of a dear friend's little one, I noticed the beautiful glowing blue letters from a building "ALDI'S"


It was late at night.  We weren't going in, but ooooh, I wanted to.

Turns out, the store wasn't even open yet!  My friend called just the other day and said she got a flyer in the mail about the new Aldi's store.  It is opening this weekend, a grand opening that I am sure will be coupled with crazy good deals!  Too bad we are going to be out of town!!!

If you are curious about Aldi's, check out the "Newbies Guide to Aldi's" --> HERE <-- as this is not a traditional American grocery store.  (I don't recall the bit about the grocery cart, but I do remember my Mom bringing her own bags and grabbing boxes off the shelves...)

When I make it over there, I will be sure to report back on my deals!

3 jars of Heinz Homestyle Gravy for $1.25

I was at Wal*Mart earlier today and noticed the Heinz Homestyle Gravy was just $0.75 per jar.

Good price!

Just now I saw a post from Coupon Geek with a link to a $1.00/3 jars of the gravy --> HERE <--

Better price!

3 jars for $1.25, about $0.42 each.  Score.

$0.75 printable coupon off ANY 6 cups of yogurt

Another great one --> HERE <-- (same site as cheese) - $0.75 off ANY 6 yogurt cups.

Food Club yogurt was on price drop for $0.40 each last week (not sure if they still are?).

6 cups would be $2.40 - this coupon would make it just $1.65 for 6 cups of yogurt (about $0.28 each)!!

Or wait until there is a deal on Yoplait with 2 free cups from Cash Wise.  They run that deal quite often, so I expect it to come around pretty soon.

$1.50 printable coupon off ANY cheese!

Great coupon alert!

Click --> HERE <-- to print off a coupon for $1.50 off 2 pounds (or more) of ANY cows milk cheese.  That includes store brands.  Cheap, cheap or even free when paired with a sale!

This coupon will only work for those in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.

You should be able to print two of these per computer!  Yay!

Target game update & Wii games

I reported earlier about the Pictureka! Flipper game being just $4.99 after coupons.  However, I was incorrect.  I was getting the Flipper game and the Kubes game mixed up.  The Flipper is NOT on sale this week for $14.99.  So, unless you need a game this week, I would hold tight onto all these coupons and hope for a sale!

However, for those of you that own a Wii...Target has their Wii games for a "Buy 2 Get 1 Free" this week.  Plus there is a printable Target coupon --> HERE <-- for $10 off wyb 2.

This could make quite a deal!!  Sadly, this family is Wiiless.  :)

Free Online Calendar with Coupons from Tylenol

You can register --> HERE <-- with Tylenol to gain access to their online calendar which includes various coupons to print.  For example, in November I see a $2 coupon for Tylenol PM, $1 on Children's Tylenol and more.

Free Sample of Kirkland Supreme Diapers

Click --> HERE <-- to request a free sample of Kirkland Supreme Diapers.  These are from Costco, but you don't need to be a member to request the sample.

Thanks to dealicious mom for the link!

$1/3 Cans of Red Gold Tomatoes

I don't recall ever seeing this brand at Cash Wise, but perhaps at Econo or Wal*Mart?

Click --> HERE <-- for the coupon, you must register.

Good Read: The Lazy Girl's Guide to Coupons

For anyone that wants to coupon, but the whole organized box/binder/pouch freaks you out a tad...check out this post --> HERE <--

I have a big-o-box, sorted alphabetically by brand.  I clip all like brands together, meaning all my Huggies coupons are clipped together in the H envelope.  This makes the clipping/sorting/storing part take longer, but I can usually find a coupon very quickly in the store.  Which is handy with a toddler!

And I just can't yet let myself pass up a steal.  My giant box comes with me in every store....!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Free Garnier Skin Renew Eye Cream

Another Wal*Mart sample (meaning probably no extra coupons-bummer!), but it's still free!  This time it's Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Sun-Damage Daily Eye Cream SPF 15.

Click --> HERE <-- to request it.

Thanks to Goob for the heads up!

Target Toy Coupons, $4.99 game!

A friend alerted me of the MANY Target Toy Coupons found --> HERE <--

Remember, these are Target coupons, so they can be stacked with manufacturer coupons!

I noticed the Pictureka! Flipper game, and the Clue Secret & Spies game on Target's list (Hasbro game), --> HERE <-- is a $5 printable to stack with for a total of $10 off.

Pictureka! is on sale for $14.99 this week, so that means just $4.99!

Anyone recall if Clue is on sale too?

Hutchinson Mall Trip

Last night Joe and I ran to the mall....I ducked into a couple stores while he and Henry rode the tractors over at Runnings.

Christopher & Bank has a rack of shorts, skirts and tops (mostly tops) for just $5.  They have several displays of 30% off items, and they told me all that will be bumping up to 40% off this Saturday and Sunday.

JCPenny has a sale on their Clearance items, buy one, get another at 50% off, which can make for some pretty great deals.  However, I did notice the clearance prices aren't rock bottom.  The cheapest top I found was still $9.99.  They do have layering shirts for just $6.99 as well (not a clearance item).  Starting tomorrow, they are having a sale - Get $10 off wyb $50.  The dollar amount off goes up as you spend more too.  I might go stock up on some layering shirts with some money I have been setting aside.

JoAnn Fabrics Halloween and harvest decor is 70% off.  I saw a cute fabric sign for $7.  At least some of their Christmas gear is on sale for 40% off as well.

Maurices has a buy one, get one 50% off jewelry sale.  Not much for sale/clearance racks that I noticed in there though.

Monday, November 2, 2009

$0.50 Dole Printable Coupon

Dole has a new game called Flip a Fruit.  You have a chance to win a $10 Grocery Visa gift card.  Even if you don't win, you do get access to a $0.50/1 Dole canned fruit, fruit bowl, all natural jar, or frozen fruit coupon.  The fruit cans run just over $1.00 a piece at Cash Wise - and there are rarely good coupons for just ONE can, so this is a decent coupon! And will be even better if we can catch a sale with it.

You can print it twice by hitting your browser's back button.

Thanks to The Thrify, Frugal Mom for the link!

Current Target Halloween Markdowns

A quick note...I was at Target this morning and noticed all Halloween costumes and decor are 50%.  Halloween candy is 30% off.

I didn't buy too much, I did find a 20 pack of mini Play-Doh's, meant for trick-or-treaters, to make a great stocking stuffer for Henry.  $2.50.  And I got him a plastic pumpkin bucket to put his candy in next year, $0.49.

The candy was still too expensive for my taste, even with the Target printable coupons found --> HERE <-- (these don't expire until 11/17).  I am waiting until they are less than a buck a bag, they have TONS left!!

I did also spot a 2 pack of Halloween Bounty for $1.59.  Good price!  Pair it with the $0.25 found in the 11/1 inserts for an even better deal.

A friend called and reported Wal*Mart also has all of their Halloween items, including candy, for 50% off.  I might venture over there tonight to scope out the costumes.

Coborn's Double Coupon Mondays

In case you happen to be in St. Cloud or another town with a Coborn's...every Monday through the end of the year, Coborn's is doing double coupons for up to 10 coupons, up to $0.50 face value!  That means if you have a $0.50 coupon, it will count as $1.00 off the item.

Rainbow Foods is the only other store I know of that does double coupons.  Every Wednesday, up to 5 coupons, up to $1.00 in face value once you have spent $25 retail (not the sale price of an item).  Sounds so confusing to me-but it would be worth figuring out if I were near a Rainbow on a regular basis, I'm sure it would mean plenty of free stuff!

Click --> HERE <-- for a $5 coupon off Fisher Price Trio Building Sets.

These sets are for ages 3+, they are designed so even the little tots can snap the pieces together and build!  Even though Henry is only 2, I am going to look into these sets.  He loves to build (and knock things down...), and this would be a great activity to do with him during the long cold winters ahead.  I'm smellin' a good Christmas present!

Thanks to Minnesota Coupon Adventure for the link!

Holiday Station Montly Freebie

Each month Holiday puts out a coupon for a free item with any purchase.  This month it is a free muffin.

Click --> HERE <-- to print the coupon, you can print as many as you'd like!

Remember, this is good with any purchase-gas, a newspaper, milk, etc.

$1.50/2 Ore Ida Potatoes Coupon

Click --> HERE <-- for a $1.50/2 bags of frozen Ore Ida potatoes.  I have seen these on sale for about $1.25 per bag before, so with this coupon you might score quite a deal!

Remember to click "back" on your internet browser to print two copies!

This Week's Goals

Last week I did okay goal wise.  This week I hope to do better.  Here are the carry-overs from last week,  some new ones, and some that will appear every week!  I've gotten a couple done already.

  1. Clean bathroom
  2. Cash Wise trip
  3. Econo Foods trip
  4. Target trip
  5. RSVP to baby shower (still haven't done this-I stink!!!!)
  6. Make eye appointment
  7. Call dentist to change appointment
  8. Make Henry's 2 year picture appointment
  9. Finish cleaning Henry's room (I got his closet done last week, yay!)
  10. Bring (*cough* dead *cough*) plants from outside in, clean pots, etc.
  11. Clean living room
  12. Laundry
  13. Work on "to do" folder
  14. Work on email's almost 200 again.  Sigh.
  15. Catch up on this blog!  I have oodles of stuff I want to post! :)
Last week I taught Henry about Noah and the ark.  Just the very first part where God tells Noah to build the "BIG boat" and put the animals on the "BIG boat!"  He really got into it!  It was a blast!  I took some of his bath boat toys and placed some of his toy animals on them to visualize it for him, and he truly understood.  By the end of the week I was asking, "Why did Noah build the boat?"  His answer, "God."

[and my heart melts]

We also read a children's book on the story, and we took a laundry basket, pretended it was a boat, and placed every animal toy we could find on the "boat".

This week I will be teaching him about how it rained and how God kept Noah and the animals safe.  I am going to put one of his toy boats in the bathtub and turn on the shower to show how it rains and the boat will stay afloat.  Water + todder = great fun!!  We'll have to play with soap after the Bible time too...he he.

Any other ideas to help teach this story?  We'll probably re-read the children's book...perhaps there is something on YouTube that I can find too.  Hmmm.

The World's Easiest Meatloaf

Here is a VERY easy recipe for meatloaf that requires no chopping of vegetables and nearly no measuring!  And very often all ingredients are on hand!

Both Joe and I are very particular when it comes to the flavor of meatloaf, and we love this one!

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1 6 ounce package of instant stuffing mix - the "herb" type flavors are best, but we have even used a chicken flavor and it was good!
  • 2 pounds of ground beef (or turkey)
  • ketchup
  • In a large bowl beat the eggs and water.
  • Add stuffing mix, mix well.
  • Add meat, mix well.
  • Press into an ungreased loaf pan.
  • Top with ketchup.
  • Bake uncovered at 350 degrees until no pink remains and the meat thermometer reads 160.  This takes 1.5 to 2 hours generally.


Menu Plan Monday

Here is what I have lined up for this week, it is a shorter week because we will be out of town starting Thursday night:

  • Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn, gravy, biscuits (didn't happen last week!)
  • Ham, scalloped potatoes, veggie
  • Mexican of some sort, Spanish rice
  • Spaghetti with meat sauce, bread, corn
See lots of other Menu Plans over at OrgJunkie

ShopKo Jeans Sale

Sunday, November 1 - Saturday, November 7 kids jeans are all on sale for just $9.99.

I wonder if the adult jeans are on sale as well...hmmmm!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Printable Coupons for GE Products

In today's (11/1) SmartSource insert you will find 2 coupons for GE lightbulbs:
  •  $1.00 GE Energy Smart, GE Reveal or GE Edison Halogen product
  • $1.25 GE Reveal CFL or GE Energy Smart Covered Glass product

If you click --> HERE <-- you will find two coupons specifically for Target, meaning they are Target coupons and can be stacked with the above from SmartSource!

You will find:
  • $2.00/2 GE lighting products
  • $2.00 GE Energy Smart Compact florescent

This could make for a very good deal!!  Anyone know the price on these?

Printable Coupon Line-Up

Being its the 1st of the month and generally all the coupon websites reset with new coupons, I took a look today!  I found a few new ones - and some of my favorites are still on there.  Here are a few I really like!

$2.00/1 --> HERE<--
$1.50/1 --> HERE <--:
Another $1.50/1 --> HERE <--
Diaper coupons are ALWAYS good, and they are often on sale at Target.

Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Pasta
$1.00/2 --> HERE <--
Remember, the spaghetti is $0.76 per box at Target, so that's 2 boxes for just $0.52!

$1.00/1 --> HERE <--
These are $1.87 at Target, so after coupon, just $0.87!  Sometimes some of the seasonal flavors will go on clearance at Target and you can get them for even less.

Kellogg's Cereals
Various dollar amounts and eleven different kinds --> HERE <--

Leapfrog Toys
Various dollar amounts on different toys --> HERE <--

Neutrogena Complete Acne Therapy System
$5.00 --> HERE <--
You have to register for this one, so I would use a "junk" email account just in case they email you a hundred times a week. :)  I have no idea how much this costs, but $5 is a pretty high value coupon!

There are quite a few on those sites that match-up to current Cash Wise, Target, and Wal*Mart deals, so print away!

Target Deals and Coupon Match-Ups 11/1 - 11/7

Here are my favorite deals from Target this week.  There are most likely a bunch of other deals to be found, as Target always has a ton of other stuff on sale.  If I find anything else really good, I'll be sure to post it:

$2.66 select Kellogg's Cereals
Get 1 box free wyb 3!
$1.00/1 Kellogg's Cereal Target Coupon --> HERE <-- to stack with:
Match-ups for the cereals HERE, and HERE depending on what varieties are on sale.
Final Price will vary, probably around $1.00 per box.
*Target may not take a coupon for the 4th free box.

$6 Dunkin' Donuts Coffee
*This is about $1.50 off the normal price.

$1.88 Rice Krispies, 8 ct
$1.00/2 Printable Coupon --> HERE <--
Final Price, $2.76/2, or $1.38 per box.
*Plus free fruit snacks, FruitaBu, or Yogo Bits wyb 2

Pantene Shampoo/Conditioner $5.49
Get a free styler when you buy shampoo/conditioner!
11/1 PG $1/2
Final Price, $4.49 for both items

$8.99 Huggies Jumbo Packs
$3.00 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- Pure & Natural
$2.00 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- Little Movers
$1.50 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- Little Movers
$1.50 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- Little Movers
10/25 SS $1.50
Final Price as low as $5.99 each

$1.50 Progresso Soup
$1.10/3 Printable Coupon --> HERE <--
Final Price, $3.40/3, or $1.13 each

Healthy Choice Entrees $2.50
$2/1 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- (you should be able to print 2 using your "back" button)
Final Price, $0.50 each

$14.99 Various Hasbro Games

$5.00 Printable Coupon --> HERE <--
Final Price, $9.99

$3 Coke Products, 12 packs or 8 pack-12 ounce bottles

Econo Foods Deals and Coupon Match-Ups 11/1 - 11/7

Some pretty great deals at Econo this week!

Coupon Deals
$2.50 Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, Instant Oatmeal, Old Fashioned or Quick Oats, Simple Harvest Oatmeal, Cereal
8/30 RP $1.25/2 Instant, Old Fashioned or Quick Oats
10/11 RP $0.75/2 Granola Bars
Final Price as low as $3.75/2, or $1.88 each
*Free Trop50 Orange Juice wyb 4 Quaker items
*You can easily make granola with the Old Fashioned Oats for a fraction of the price of store-bought granola.  You can also make granola bars, cookies and more!

$1.29 Birds Eye Steamer Vegetables
10/18 SS $0.35/1
Final Price, $0.94

$2.00 General Mills Cereal, Lucky Charms, Honey Nut Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs, Kix, Wheaties
11/1 SS $1.00/2 Cheerios
10/25 SS $1.00/2 Wheaties
Final Price, $3.00/2, or $1.50 each

$2.00 Keebler Town House, Flipsides or Bistro Crackers
11/1 RP $1.00/2
Final Price, $3.00/2 or $1.50 each
*This is the same price as Wal*Mart this week

$2.50 Pillsbury Cookie Dough
9/13 GM $1.00/2
10/4 GM $1.00/2
Final Price, $4.00/2, or $2.00 each

$2.99 Smart Balance Spread
10/18 RP $1.00/2
Final Price, $4.98/2, or $2.49 each

Non-Coupon Deals
$0.99 Our Family Eggs, 1 dozen

$1.00 Totino's Party Pizza

$1.00 Rice A Roni

$0.60 Green Giant Vegetables
 *Wal*Mart has these on sale for $0.65 each this week.

$1.99/lb Premium Farms Boneless Top Round Fresh Ham

$1.99/lb John Morrell Half Shank Half Hams

$3.33 5 lb bag of Carrots, Yellow Onions, Russet or Red Potatoes

$1 Avacados
*Cheaper at Cash Wise this week, $0.67 each.

$0.67 Cucumbers$1 Betty Crocker Cake Mixes and Fudge Brownes
*Cake Mixes are $0.50 at Cash Wise this week wyb 5, otherwise $0.90 each.

$0.77 Bush's Best Beans

$11.99 Vicks Vaporizer
*This is $15 at Wal*Mart - great deal at Econo!

$0.40 Our Family Yogurt 6 oz cups

$0.60 Banquet Pot Pies

$0.83 Banquet Frozen Dinners
 *These are $1 at Cash Wise this week

$1 Vitamin Water or Fuze

$4.99 67 oz Gold N Plump Chicken (about $0.07 per ounce!)

Cash Wise Foods Deals and Coupon Match-Ups 11/1 - 11/7

Another not so thrilling week at Cash Wise.  At first I was excited by the front page of the flyer - a meat sale!  However, as I read into it, the excitement faded.  There are a few good deals to be found though:

Coupon Deals
Hunt's Spaghetti Sauce, FREE wyb $25 of groceries (pre-coupons)
In-Store Coupon

Food Club Spaghetti, FREE wyb $25 of groceries (pre-coupons)
In-Store Coupon

$0.90 Betty Crocker Cake Mixes
$2.00/5 In-Store Coupon
Final Price, $2.50/5, or $0.50 each

$2.29 Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats, all varieties
$1.00/1 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- (good for "Little Bites")
$1.50/2 Printable Coupon --> HERE <--
Final Price as low as $3.88/3, or $1.29 each
**Plus, free gallon of milk on next shopping order wyb 3! (this probably comes as a catalina coupon at the register)  A gallon of milk at Cash Wise is around $3, so this is a GREAT deal overall!

$1.44 Nestle Baking Morsels
9/13 RP $1.00/2
11/1 RP $0.50/1
Final Price, $0.94 each

$6.98 Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, Dr. Pepper, 24 pack
$2.98/2 In-Store Coupon
Final Price, $10.98/2, or $5.49 each

$1.67 Keebler Crackers or E.L. Fudge Cookies
11/1 RP $1.00/2
Final Price, $2.34/2, or $1.17 each

$2.44 La Choy Bi-Pack Chow Mein
11/1 $1.00/1
Final Price, $1.44 each

$1.28 La Choy Chop Suey Vegetables or China Boy Chow Mein Noodles
11/1 $1.00/2 (La Choy)
Final Price, $1.56/2, or $0.78 each

$1.11 Puffs Facial Tissue, 60 ct
11/1 PG $0.25/1
Final Price, $0.86 each
*You can usually find single boxes of tissue on the Target end-caps for clearance about this price, and sometimes cheaper-overall a decent deal.

$6.48 Charmin Bath Tissue, 12 count Big Roll
11/1 PG $0.25/1
Final Price, $6.23 each
*This equals about $0.52 per roll.  Wal*Mart has the 18 count Big Roll on sale this week for $10.  With the $0.25 coupon, that equals about $0.54 per roll.

$3.98 Bounce 70-80 ct. or Downy Fabric 34 oz. Softener
10/11 PG $0.25/1 Bounce
11/1 PG  $0.25/1 Bounce
10/11 PG $0.50/1 Downy
11/1 PG $0.40/1 Downy
Final Price as low as, $3.73 for the Bounce. $3.48 for the Downy.
*This equals about $0.05 per sheet for the Bounce (70 ct), and about $0.10 per ounce for the Downy.
Wal*Mart has these also on sale, Bounce = $5 for 105 count sheets, with coupon is about $0.05 per sheet.  Downy = $5 for 41 ounce bottle, with coupon is about $0.11 per ounce for the Downy.

$4.98 Tide, 40 oz.
11/1 PG $1.00/1
Final Price, $3.98, about $0.10 per ounce.
*Wal*Mart has this same size on sale for $5

$2.97 Golden Pineapple
$0.75 Printable Coupon --> HERE <-- if the pineapple is Dole brand
Final Price, $2.22 each

Cash Wise "Biggest Meat Sale of the Year", 5 "green dot" items for $19.99.
I don't think this is that great of a sale depending on what you buy.  Each item is essentially $4.00.  The boneless Gold N Plump chicken breast pack is only 20 ounces, so that averages to be $3.20 per pound!  Eeek!  However, if you purchase a few of the other items, and stack the coupons, you might swing a decent deal.  You must buy 5 to get the deal, otherwise you will pay full retail.

Here are a few coupon match-ups for this sale:
You should be able to print two of these per computer
-$1.50 Hormel Refrigerated Entree, click --> HERE <--
-$0.75 Gold N Plump All Natural chicken (all chicken options qualify), click --> HERE <--

Deal Scenario:
Print 2 of each of the above, buy 2 Hormel Entrees, 2-3.5 Whole Chickens (or one of the other larger chicken packs), and one other item (no-coupon), pay $15.49, an average of $3.09 per item.
You can use the bones from the chicken to make stock to stretch your buck a bit further.  You can freeze the stock into ice cube trays and put the frozen cubes in freezer bags and just pull out what you need for future uses.  Here is how to do it in the crock pot.

Non-Coupon Deals
$2 Minute Maid Orange Juice, 64 oz.
*FYI...Econo does have a deal this week, free Trop50 Orange Juice wyb Quaker items

$1 Food Club Steamin' Easy Vegetables, 12 oz.
*Target has their Market Pantry mixed vegetables, 16 oz, for $0.89 this week.  And 10% off other vegetables.  I am not certain what the price will be on the others, but it might be a better deal overall at Target.  I will most likely look into this myself as I like to have a nice variety of frozen veggies on hand!

$1.67 Crystal Farms Cheese Chunks or Shreds

$1 Lynden Farms Frozen Potatoes, 32 oz.

$1 Banquet Frozen Dinners
*These are cheaper at Econo this week, $0.83 each.

$0.98 Pillsbury All Purpose Flour, 5 lb

$1.77/lb. Asparagus

$0.99/lb Bartlett Pears

$0.67 Avocados
*Econo has these on sale for $1 each this week.

$0.98 Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, or Dr. Pepper 2 liter (limit 10)
*Wal-Mart has these on sale for $1 this week.