Ok-so here are some of the best deals and coupon match-ups that I see in this week’s ad.
4 day sale (4/29-5/2)
Johnsonville Smoked Brats-$1.88
4/5/09 SmartSource Instert- $0.55/1 Johnsonville Brats (this doubles to $1.00 making them $0.88 per pack)
Tostitos Tortilla Chips-$1.88 (good price for this brand
Tearpad coupon- Buy 2 Tostitos get and get a free tostitos salsa exp. 4/30/09
04/05/09 Smart Source- $0.40/2 exp. 5/2/2009
- Nabisco Snack Crackers- Selected Varieties-$1.88
- DiGiorno Pizza- $3.98
- Boneless beef arm roast-$1.68/lb
- Lettuce- $0.88/ head
- Westpac Vegetables-$0.88/1
- GM Cereals- $1.88/1
There are multiple coupons for GM Cereals out there.
- Taco Bell Taco Shells-12 ct. $1.00/1
- Taco Bell Dinner Kits- 2/$4.00 (Peelie found on product for $1/1 exp 6/30/09)
- Pillsbury Toaster Strudel- $2.19 (02/08/09-GM-insert $0.35/1, or $0.55/2, or $1.00/2 Exp 05/02/2009
- Lemons & Limes- 4/$1.00
- Jalapenos- 99¢/lb
- Navel Oranges- $2.99/4lb bag
If you see anything I have missed please let me know! Thank you!
I just wanted to let everyone know that I haven’t forgotten about this week’s ad. I have been sick with the flu but I will get it posted tonight. My family has been passing the flu around and it has hit us pretty hard this time. I haven’t been sick like this for a LONG time. I am freaking out a little because of the swine flu epidemic. I definitely need to stock up on Clorox or Lysol wipes a little more and some other medicines for the flu just in case.
That’s it for now-I will have the ad posted tonight. Thanks everyone!
Hello world! This is my new blog. I am Laura, a 30 year old stay-at-home mom of 3, living in the capital city (Topeka, KS). I have always enjoyed getting a good deal and browsing the clearance racks for steals. I mean, who doesn’t love a good deal, right? It wasn’t until about 2 years ago, though, that I picked up a book from the library and learned how to coupon. After reading the book, Greatest Secrets of the Coupon Mom by Stephanie Nelson, I started using coupons and watching sales at the grocery stores around here. I also found many websites and blogs about how to use coupons. I was overwhelmed with all the information at first and didn’t know where to start. I slowly gathered coupons from Sunday papers and from the local recycling bins and slowly started saving money. I have saved close to $4000 so far. I don’t know all the tricks and I don’t get every deal there is because I know that there will be another deal down the road. Where is this going you ask? Well, I am here to share the information with you. I will be posting the weekly deals for the Seabrook Apple Market here each week along with coupon match-ups. I will also be posting other ways to save money around Topeka. Happy spring and happy savings in the capital city