Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
Save $25 on a future shopping order at Giant!
Use your Giant card and purchase $100 worth* of frozen foods February 25-March 24, 2011 and you'll receive a Checkout Coupon for $25 off a future shopping order.
There are no receipts to save or cards to punch. Giant will track your purchases for you at the the bottom of your receipt.
Plus! Be sure to look for savings in store all month long on frozen foods!
*After coupons and savings and before taxes. Excludes Contessa meals and certain meat and seafood items. Click here for a complete list. Limit 1 coupon per household.
Enter to Win a Dyson DC14 All Floors Upright Vacuum! A retail value of $399
To qualify, the form must be submitted by 11:59 P.M. EDT on April 22, 2011. For official Sweepstakes Rules, click here.
CLICK HERE for entry form! Be sure to put my blog as the place where you saw the offer! Good luck!
Thursday, March 10, 2011
There are some great produce deals this week at Whole Foods.
Whole Foods Coupon Policy:
Whole Foods will accept manufacturer plus store coupon. They do not double coupons. Bring in your own grocery bag and get $.10 discount per bag.
Air-Chilled Whole or Split Chicken Breast $2.99lb
Boneless Pork Butt Roast $2.99lb
Green Cabbage 3lbs for $.99
Organic Navel Oranges $1.49lb
Red Potatoes $.69lb
Organic Bartlett Pears $1.49lb
Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt $1.25 each
-$1.00/2 print here
Total: $.75 each with coupon
Our Own Chef’s Tomato Basil Soup $3
Kettle Cuisine Frozen Soups $3
Zevia Soda 6-pk $4
-$1.00/1 print here
Total: $3 with coupon
Nature’s Path Granola Bars $3
Whole Foods Market Oriental Snack Mix $3
Blue Diamond Original Unsweetened Almond Milk $1.99
Annie’s Home Grown Organic Bunny Berry Fruit Snack $3.50
Bear Naked Fruit Nut Granola $3.99
Pacific Foods Natural Chicken Broth $2.50
Thanks, Coupon Cookin!
Also, Whole Foods offers printable coupons on their website: HERE
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
As revealed today, this new logo marks the 40th anniversary of the famous siren!
“I like the new mark because I feel that we’ve unleashed the Siren, a mythological figure who represents the romance and creativity that inspired the founders of Starbucks 40 years ago. I hope that unleashing that energy – that mojo – will keep us (and you) inspired for the next 40 years.” -- Thomas P., interactive content manager
Have an idea for Starbucks? Submit it HERE!
Stop by the Starbucks at Harris Teeter and enjoy one of their new Starbucks Petites free with purchase of a drink of your choice, 2-5 pm, March 10-12. While supplies last.
(There are 170 calories in a Starbucks Petite Vanilla Scone as shown above)
Locate a Harris Teeter in your area: Click HERE
Monday, March 7, 2011
NEW: “Coupons may exceed the price of the item. Change may be given or applied toward the cost of the basket purchase.”
Thanks to Deal Seeking Mom for this explanation on the new policy:
The two biggest changes that I see are that 1) Walmart will now be offering change back or overage on your transaction when a coupon exceeds the price of a product and 2) Walmart will now accept Catalina coupons that are clearly marked as manufacturer's coupons.
Walmart will accept the following coupons:
- manufacturer's coupons
- Internet printable coupons
- competitor's coupons that have a specific price listed
- soft drink container caps
- Catalina coupons clearly labeled as "manufacturer coupon"
Provided they meet the following criteria:
- one coupon per item
- coupons must have an expiration date and be redeemed prior to expiration
- change or overage will be given if a coupon exceeds a purchase
- coupon must be for an item Walmart sells
- coupons must be presented at the time of purchase
Walmart does not accept the following coupons:
- Internet printable coupons for a free product
- competitor's coupons for dollars, cents or percentage off, B1G1 free, and double or triple value
Management approval will be required for:
- transactions with 40 or more coupons
- any coupon with a value over $20
- $50 or more in coupons in a single transaction
Of course it's going to take some time for cashiers to be trained on these procedures, but in the meantime, here's a nice printable version of the Walmart coupon policy that you can carry with you! I'd recommend setting your printer to draft mode or, even better, black and white when printing.
Some of you may disagree, but I believe this is a positive step for Walmart. Many of you have questioned what stores are doing with the overage from coupons in the past, so I'm thrilled to see a store finally take a positive stance on it. It seems like Walmart is really trying to accommodate coupon users!