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Head over to Smartsource.com and leave the zip code blank. Then at the top, select American Egg Board under the Brands drop-down and finally click “Go”. The top coupon will be 0.55/2 Dozen Eggs. If you’ve printed this coupon before, you might not be able to print it again! Mine expire 2/2/2011. These don’t usually last long, so print soon!
Thanks, My Frugal Adventures!
Office Depot has a ream of HP 8.5″ x 11″ Multipurpose Paper on sale for $7.79. First, head over to print this coupon for 14% off your order. Then head to Coupons.com and print $1/1 HP paper with ColorLok technology (it’s under office supplies). Then send in for the $6.79 rebate (the form will print at check-out).
I haven’t seen the rebate form, so I don’t know if it will be free or better than free by using both coupons! And if you’re a Worklife Rewards or Star Teacher member, you’ll earn 10% back on this purchase, too!
Thanks to Mashup Mom for info on the $1/1 coupon!
National Comsumer Panel is again accepting applications. What is it? It’s is a service provided by a joint venture between the Nielsen company and SymphonyIRI Group (formerly Information Resources, Inc.) where members in the USA scan the barcodes on all their purchases with a special barcode reader. Members earn points that can then be redeeemed for merchandise.
I actually tried this before, but found it to be too much work for me. Maybe it would work for you? Some people are very happy with their membership in the panel. If you’re interested in finding out if it’s right for you, head on over here to sign up!
I’ve told you all that I’m a member of Smile.ly, a site where you get to try products and then share your thoughts with the world. And I blogged about my participation in the Florida’s Natural campaign back in December over here. My family loved the Florida’s Natural Orange Juice!
Here’s what I learned about Florida’s Natural Orange Juice: it’s made with 100% Florida Oranges. Some of the other major brands sometimes import their juice, but Florida’s Natural is owned by Florida growers, so every drop of their juice comes only from homegrown Florida oranges.
Here’s the giveaway! The folks over at Smile.ly provided me with another FREE coupon for a 59 oz or larger carton of Florida’s Natural Brand Orange Juice, and ten $1/1 coupons to go along with it! These coupons must be redeemed at Meijer, and expire 3/30/2011. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment telling us your family’s favorite type of juice. For an extra entry, subscribe to daily email and leave a comment that you subscribed (or that you already do). For one more entry, “like” The Shopper’s Apprentice over on Facebook and come back and leave another comment that you did (or leave an extra comment that you already do!). Winner will be chosen by a random number generator on Tuesday, January 11th and will have two days to respond (or I’ll pick another winner).
I went to Dominick’s this morning with the intent of just buying the fruit snacks, but I came across a fabulous deal I couldn’t resist. I found a bunch of gluten-free foods in the clearance aisle, and the prices seemed really low to me. So I grabbed a box and went to the front of the store to verify, and the super-friendly cashier told me that the prices were correct. So….here’s what I bought:
Five boxes Enviro-Kids GF Crispy Rice Bars, $5.73.
Eight bages Mi-Del GF Cookies, $7.92.
Two bag Xanthan Gum, $6.69.
Eight boxes Mrs. Leeper’s GF Beef Stroganaff, $10.16.
Five boxes Pamela’s GF Chocolate Chip Cookies, $5.73.
Four boxes Enjoy Life GF Crunchy Rice Cereal, $4.28.
1 Box Capri Sun, $1.00.
1 Dozen Eggs, $1.19.
20 Boxes Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, $19.98 with instant discount. Used $1/3 from Betty Crocker and 0.50/2 from 1/2 GM on each transaction.
I separated everything into four orders since I was buying 20 boxes of the fruit snacks. The first order contained all the GF foods, and when the cashier went to rang it up, she realized that the packages were incorrectly marked. The price was supposed to be what was marked on the package, instead of 1/2 that price. Lucky me, I got all that GF food for 75% off! I checked all the expiration dates, and some of it is good into 2012. I’m so happy, and so is my GF babe (can you tell that a bag of chocolate chip cookies has already been opened?). The cashier was so nice she even offered to let me roll the GM catalinas on the fruit snacks, so the last three of my orders cost just 0.54 each! My grand total (all four orders) was $36.55, and I paid with a $9 RR on the first order and the $3 cat on the last three. But I still have one $3 cat left over, so my net cost is $33.55. Total regular cost was a whopping $216.22 so I saved $181.67! And, they gave my 2 yr old a huge $14.99 New Year’s Eve balloon for FREE. I don’t know if I’ve ever left Dominick’s more happy.
I then headed to Caputo’s, since we were low on apples (my kids can’t seem to get enough of them!). I bought:
Tub of carrots, 0.99.
Huge box of onions, $1.49.
Tapioca Starch (for GF baking), 0.89.
Potato Starch (for GF baking), $3.59.
Rice Flour (for GF baking), $1.19.
Honey-Crisp Apples ($1.49/lb!), $3.78.
Macintosh Apples (0.59/lb), $1.83.
8 Kiwi, $2.00.
My total with tax was $17.65, but I used the $20 gift card I received FREE over Christmas (for buying other gift cards). Net cost for the entire day: $33.55 with a total savings of $199.32. Now that is happy shopping 🙂
Head to a Sephora store and use this printable coupon to get a FREE deluxe sample of mascara!
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Bestlife Buttery Spread is on price cut at Meijer until 1/30. We were supposed to get $1/1 Bestlife in the 1/2 SS, but my insert didn’t have it. Maybe yours did? If not, get the $1/1 printable coupon and get some free Bestlife!
A few of the rewards over at Recycle Bank have been reduced! Right now you can order a coupon for $1/1 any Coke item for 50 pts (regularly 75 pts) and $2/1 Naked Juice coupon for 25 pts (regularly 50 pts).
Not a Recycle Bank member? It’s so easy. Just head over to Recycle Bank and create an account. There’s an offer right now to earn 30 pts just for taking a survey about Naked juice, or 50 pts for joining eBay’s green team. I just earned 10 pts by answering one question about MillerCoors. You can also earn points by trading in electronics or using Recycle Bank’s credit card.
The Groupon over in Detroit is $10 for a $20 credit over at EverydaySource.com. This one has been offered before and usually sells out quickly, as Everydaysource sells printer ink (and other things, too)! To get this deal, log onto your Groupon account or create one over here. Then select Detroit as your city and look on the right side of the page for the on-line deal, which is the EverydaySource.com offer! The voucher expires April 5, 2011, and you can purchase one for yourself and three for gifts. Shipping is included!