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Old Navy Weekly

Friday, October 16, 2009 | | 5 comments
Yesterday was Thursday and I knew those weekly coupons were going to reset so I checked numerous times. I only left the house for a couple hours in the evening and by time I got home they had reset. I guess that is the excitement of the hunt? Did anyone else have any luck last night?
Have no idea what on earth I am talking about?
Check out our post about Old Navy Weekly.
Be sure to check back numerous times through the week to see if they randomly issue out more coupons. Here are the hiding places in case you find they put out more coupons:

  • $75 off $100 - Click on the pigeon that flies in the middle screen w/the 2 models
  • $50 off $100 - On the far right - take the orange scarf in the stack & put on top of the green sweater
  • $10 off $50 - Click on Heather's boot first (model wearing grey sweater & purple scarf) and then click Michelle's boot (on left side) -she's wearing a black/white shirt w/black boots
  • 25% off - Move the silver bracelets (in the purse that the model wearing red shirt is holding) and put on the left arm of Michelle (wearing black/white shirt)
  • 15% off when you buy the item of the week - Move the white checked shirt (far right in the middle of the stack) to the girl wearing the blue sweater
  • 10% off - Move red scarf in purse to girl in red shirt holding the purse

Thanks to Thrifty Northwest Mom for sharing the hiding places with us!

The Results are In....

Thursday, October 15, 2009 | | 2 comments
Thanks for everyone who voted in last weeks She Shops Smart poll.
We asked you:

What Grocery Store is your Favorite?

And 319 of you weighed in.
Here are the results:

33% (107)of voters said that Smith's is their favorite

29% (90)of voters said that Macey's and ASF stores are their favorite

18% (60) of voters said that Albertson's is their favorite

12% (40) voters said that Walmart is their favorite

4% (15) of voters said that "other" is their favorite

We found this poll very interesting and informational. The majority of our readers are shopping at Smith's and Associated Food Stores. We wouldn't have guessed that, but maybe with Albertson's switching over it has changed people's preferences.

Last week Utah Deal Diva compared various grocery stores to see who had the lowest overall prices. She found that Smith's was where she spent the least amount of money on everyday items. Be sure to check out her results here.
That is good news for you readers because our poll showed that Smith's is where the majority of
you already prefer to shop! Keep it up because it appears to be your favorite and where you save the most money!

Thank you everyone for voting. Now Emily and I can pay better attention to unadvertised deals at your favorite stores, maybe we could even do a sample meal plan from both Associated foods and Smith's each week.

Be sure to vote in this weeks poll found up in the upper right hand corner of the page.

What is your Favorite Day of the week to Shop?

A Lot for Less

Yesterday I forgot to post my A Lot of Less post! On Saturday I got up early and went to hit a couple of last weeks sales. I hadn't shopped in about 2 weeks so we were in need of some milk, eggs and bread desperately. I also stocked up on a few sale items and other items I needed for some upcoming family get togethers and play dates.
I did end up going to 3 different stores, but I actually enjoyed getting out of the house with out my little ones for a couple hours. I planned on only going to one, but there were no lines anywhere and I was going super fast. I hit all 3 stores in 1 1/2 hours! I ended up with all the stuff below:

Transaction One at Albertsons:
14 boxes of Ronzoni Pasta
2 boxes of Trans Rice
4 boxes of Captain Crunch Cereal
6 boxes of Quaker Chewy Bars
1 5lb bag of sugar
2 gallons of Welchs Juice
2 boxes of Barbers Stuffed Chickens
2 Steam fresh Frozen entrees
2 Canisters of Wet Ones Wipes
3 Hawaii's Frozen Juices
2 dozen brownies in the bakery markdown section for $2.99

I Spent: $29.14
I Saved: $100.07

Transaction Two at Maceys:
3 bags of Tortilla chips
2 Hunts Ketchup
4 Boxes of Popcorn
2 Sweet and Sour Sauces
3 cans of Nalley's Chili
1 Panda Express Orange Chicken Sauce
12 cans of Progresso soup
4 boxes Little Debbie Cupcakes
1 package Sara Less hamburger buns
1 package Pillsbury bake and serve pumpkin cookies
2 dozen eggs
10 yogurts
2 cool whip toppings
1 package tortillas
2 packages string cheese
1 package of Pork Chops
2 lbs bananas
1 head of broccoli
1 package baby carrots
1 head of lettuce
4 yellow onions
1lb Resier macaroni salad
1 package rolls

I Spent $42.36
I Saved$37.54

I could have price matched my Macey's trip at Walmart, but I really like Macey's produce and meat so I just ran into Walmart for just a couple other items.
Transaction Three Walmart
4 packages Toilet paper
4 tubs of Huggies flush able wipes
1 package Jello Pudding Cups
4 gallons of milk
1 summer sausage
1 loaf of bread
3 packages Sara lee lunch meat
3 cans Rotel tomatoes
1 box of corn dogs
4 season all salts

Spent $21.10
Saved: $21.13

My Weekly Totals Came to:
Spent: $92.60
Saved $159.37

This wasn't the greatest week, but there were a few things that we needed to have. I still stayed within my budget of $100 (I hadn't shopped in two weeks). I can't complain, but I am glad not every week requires multiple stores and not a ton of savings. I am glad to know my pantry and storage room are stocked up for many weeks to come. How have you been doing?

$5 off "The Proposal"

I have to admit we didn't have a chance to see the movie "The Proposal", but I would have liked to. Here is a $5 off the DVD or $10 off the Blu Ray combo pack printable coupon. The coupon I printed off expires 10/18/09. This will have to be a purchase you make fairly soon.
Thanks to She Shops Smart reader Jessica for this find!

Meal Planning

Here is my meal plan for this week. To read about how I plan my meals click here.
This week I am planning my meals around Smith's list.
Yogurt, granola bars, bananas
Oatmeal, toast and juice
Cereal, oranges and milk
French Toast and Juice
Bacon and Egg biscuit sandwiches
Veggie Omelets

Turkey roll-ups, apples, and peanut butter
Pizza and fruit cups
Bacon, Lettuce and tomato sandwiches with Pringles
Michelinas Entree (everyone pick their favorite)
Peanut butter and jelly with crackers and cheese
Ham and cheese sandwiches, almonds and carrots with ranch dip

Meatball Sandwiches
Cafe Rio Pork burritos with rice and chips and homemade salsa
Marinated Steaks, cheesy potatoes and rolls
Cheesy chicken and broccoli bake
Chicken noodle soup and grilled cheese
Beef Stroganoff in the crock pot served over noodles

7 layer bean dip
Pudding Packs
Sliced apples and raisins

Oatmeal cookies
Rootbeer floats
Pumpkin Cheesecake

Jolly Time Popcorn

My family's favorite snack is......popcorn. Normally I would say that was a good snack for us, but not the kind we LOVE. Our favorite popcorn of all time is Jolly Time Blast O Butter popcorn. The taste is incredible. We eat a bag probably every other night.

Right now there is a coupon for Save $1 on your favorite Jolly Time Popcorn and $1/2 Jolly Time Healthy Popcorn here.

Recently on the back of the boxes I bought there have been coupons for FREE bowling on the back. Check out this link here to find a participating bowling alley near you.
I was able to find one right down the street from us!
Popcorn and bowling! Sound's like a fun family night to me. Be sure to check out the backs of your boxes next time you buy Jolly Time popcorn (That sounds funny).

Here is another bonus they are offering right now. Mail in 3 UPCS and they will offer you a FREE re-usable grocery shopping bag.
Click here for the address and details. My popcorn more than pays for itself at this point!
*Another Tip- If you have a product you know your family loves and you buy whether it is on sale or not, check their website to see if they are offering any coupons. It also never hurts to call them and see if they mail out coupons. I bet you will be pleasantly surprised! Let us know if you find anything.

Recipes Using Sale Items

This week at Smiths Pork Loin, Tomatoes, and Cheese are all on sale. Here is a recipe to use those ingredients and make a yummy dinner! 

Creamy Chicken & Chile Enchiladas
1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cubed
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, cut into cubes
1 yellow onion, chopped
1 small can chopped green chiles
1 small can diced jalapenos
2 (10 ounce) cans green chile enchilada sauce 
12 flour tortillas (6-inch)
3/4 cups shredded cheddar cheese

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly grease a 9x13-inch baking dish.

Cook chicken in skillet over medium heat, along with onions and garlic. Once cooked, add cream cheese, peppers and chiles; reduce to medium heat and stir until melted.

Spoon chicken filling into tortillas, roll and place seam down in the baking dish. Pour enchilada sauce over the top and sprinkle with cheddar cheese.

Bake 15-20 minutes until hot and cheese is bubbly.

Top with fresh tomatoes, olives, avocado and sour cream, if desired.

Thanks to for this yummy recipe idea.

$2 off $5 at Fazloi's

Wednesday, October 14, 2009 | | 0 comments
This week during Fazoli's Free for All they are offering a coupon for $2 off a $5 purchase. Expires 11/12/09. Go here to log in and print off yours. If you haven't already joined the e-club be sure to, because the offer you a FREE spaghetti when you do!

Current Rebate Offers

Do you have to use rebates to get 50-70% off your grocery bills? Absolutely not. Rebates are just another way of maximizing those coupons and taking your savings to 80-90%. I myself don't participate in rebates a ton, but if you are willing to do rebates there are many free things and even money makers to be had. Here are a couple tips I have found that have helped me keep my rebate savings organized.
  • Follow the rebate instructions exactly!
  • If you are going to buy it later, but there is a rebate for it now- BUY IT. I am still kicking myself for not going to Staples last week and getting my FREE backpack after the rebate. I could have used a backpack for my 72-hr kits, to keep emergency things in my car, or even to give away as a gift!
  • Rebates are before coupons! So, if there is a rebate at the grocery store and you have coupons for the items participating in the rebate- PARTICIPATE. The Fuel for School rebate is a great example of making money on a rebate!
  • Request a duplicate receipt. Almost every rebate I have ever sent in requires that I submit the original sales receipt. I hate sending my receipt away, just to never see it again, so at the register I request a duplicate receipt. I send the original away and keep the duplicate for my records.
  • As soon as you get the receipt for the rebate, mail it out! If I don't mail my rebate out with in a couple days of buying the item I end up forgetting about the rebate and when I do remember I find myself searching for the receipt in my purses, cars and file folders. As soon as you get home, sit down, fill out the rebate and mail it off. Yesterday I sat down and mailed out the rebates that I have participated in recently. It is the best feeling to get those babies in the mail. Last week I also shared another way to keep things organized here.

Right now there seem to be dozen of rebates floating out there. Here are a list of the current ones I have seen available:

Kellogg's $10 Toy Voucher

To receive your $10 Toy Cash voucher (in the form of a check):

• Send the completed official order form found here
• 5 tokens from specially marked packages of Keebler products.
Look for specially marked packages of these varieties:
Keebler Town House Original
Keebler Town House FlipSides Original
Keebler Town House Toppers Original
Keebler Club Original
Keebler snack Sticks Original
Keebler Toasteds Party Pack
Keebler Cheez-It Party Mix
Keebler Jingles cookies
Keebler Almond Crescents
Keebler Gingerbread Men
Keebler Fudge Shoppe
Merry Mint Patties
Keebler Sandies Simply Shortbread
Keebler Sandies Pecan shortbread
Keebler Sandies Chocolate Chip and Pecan
Keebler Sandies Dark Chocolate Almond
Keebler Sandies Cashew
Keebler Holiday Rice Krispies Treats Mashmallow Squares
• Limit one Official Order Form per envelope
• Expires 12/31/10 or while supplies last

Thanks to She Shops Smart reader Amy for sharing this rebate with us!

$5 Cold Stone Gift Card from People Magazine

In October's edition of People Magazine there is an offer for a $5 Cold Stone gift card by mail when you purchase any one of the items below:
I Can't Believe It's Not Butter
Jenny Craig
Lean Cuisine
Lever 2000 bar pack
L'Oreal Paris
Pepperidge Farm Cookies
Purina Alpo
Truvia Natural Sweetener
Uncle Ben's Whole Grain Brown Rice product

To receive your Cold Stone Creamery gift card, mail your receipt with the product UPC circled to:
People Magazine's 35th Birthday,
PO Box 4938,
New York, NY, 10185.

Use the $1/1 coupon we received in Sunday's Parade Magazine and this should make a great deal! One offer per household. Receipt must be submitted by 11/19/09. Offer good while supplies last. Purchase any items from this promotion between 10/9/09 and 11/13/09 to receive your free $5 gift card. Original store receipt with qualifying item circled and purchase date must be postmarked by 11/15/09.
Thanks to Utah Deal Diva for finding this rebate offer

FREE Energizer Keep Going Journal
Official Form Here
Here’s how to receive your Energizer® “Keep Going® Journal” by mail:
1. Complete this original Official Mail-in Certificate
2. Purchase any combination of three (3) of the following products:
Energizer® MAX®,*
Energizer® Ultimate Lithium,**
Energizer® Advanced Lithium** or
Energizer® Rechargeable®** batteries
3. Send the three (3) original UPC/Proof-of-Purchase symbols from the eligible products along
with the original store-identified cash-register receipt(s) dated between 9/1/09 and 3/31/10 (with purchase price circled) in an envelope to:

Energizer “Keep Going® Journal” Offer
P.O. Box 548
Taylor, MI 48180-0548

* Eligible pack sizes include AA/AAA-8, C/D-4, 9V-2 or larger.** Eligible pack sizes include AA/AAA-4 or larger.
This looks super cute to me and will make a great gift for someone! I buy batteries all the time so I mine as well get something for buying them =)

SC Johnson $5 Rebate
Official Form
Get $5 Back by mail when you purchase ANY 3 SC Johnson products including:
• Ziploc
• Glade
• Windex
• Scrubbing Bubbles
• Pledge
• Shout
• Fantastik
• Drano
• Raid
• Off
• Saran
• Nature’s Source
Purchase ANY 3 SC Johnson Products from the list above between 10/01/09 and 6/30/10.
Write the 3 UPC bar codes numbers from the packages in the space provided.
Send the original dated, store-identified cash register receipts, with the purchase prices of the products circled,along with this completed form to:

SC Johnson Rebate, Offer #MB-2000N,
P.O. Box 752955,
El Paso, TX 88575-2955

All requests must be postmarked by 7/15/10 and received by 7/30/10. Limit three SC Johnson $5 rebates per household. Each $5 rebate must be mailed separately.

Free Yo Crunch Coupon
Official Ad
For up to two weeks following Halloween (Saturday, October 31), send any candy wrappers you children get for Halloween to YoCrunch and be rewards with a coupon good for any YoCrunch Yogurt.
Send your children’s candy wrappers to the following address (limit one submission per household) and we will send you a coupon for a FREE YoCrunch:

Shaina Zalma
YoCrunch 9507 Santa Monica Blvd.,
Suite 300Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Thanks to A Thrifty Mom for finding this rebate offer!

Other Rebates we Have Recently Shared with You:
Snow White Hefty Rebate
Snow White Kernel Rebate
Tombstone Pizza Rebate
Johnson and Johnson FREE Bath Toy

Quizno's Subs Coupons

Tuesday, October 13, 2009 | | 0 comments
Here are the most recent Quizno Sub coupons:

Click here to print off your coupons!

Additional 30% off at Downeast Outfitters

I am obsessed with Downeast clothes. They fit great and they are great prices, especially when we get to take an additional 30% off! Click here to see what's on sale!

Hot Deal on Toys

Monday, October 12, 2009 | | 7 comments
This week at Smith's Marketplace they have the following toys on sale for $10.99. Use the following coupons to save $5 MORE dollars making them $5.99 a piece. This will make some great B-day and Christmas gifts at our house! If you can't find them at your store, take the Smith's Marketplace ad to Walmart and price match!

Playskool Explore N’ Grow Busy Ball Popper $10.99
Final Price: $5.99

Playskool Step Start Walk N’ Ride $10.99
Final Price: $5.99
Thanks to KCL for this great find!

Target Daily Deal

I have Christmas on my mind, can you tell? I found this great deal at Target's Daily Deal today:Travel Frii
Got an away game on the calendar? Pack it up and take the fun along. Specially designed to tote your Wii without worry; ensures you get a warm welcome at the party.
Nintendo Wii Travel Kit
Save 50% + Free Shipping
$49.99 List price Click here to get yours! Remember, this deal is a daily deal, so it will only be this price TODAY.

Family Fun Magazine *HOT

Right now you can order a year long subscription to Family Fun through the link below for $9.95 and you get FREE shipping!
Here was my order summary:
Total Before Tax:
Estimated Tax:*
Order Total: $9.95
You got free shipping!

And right now when you order you get a $5 Promotional Gift Certificate! You will receive the certificate within 2 weeks and you can use it on a future purchase!
Click on the link below to order yours!

Thanks She Shops Smart reader, Amy for this find! I love this magazine and occasionally I find some awesome coupons in it!

Monster vs. Aliens Deal

Monsters vs. Aliens is sale at Walmart for :
List Price: $39.99
You Save: $21.13 (53%)
DVD: Monsters Vs. Aliens / B.O.B.'s Big Break: Ginormous Double Pack (Widescreen)
  • Use this $4 Mail in rebate when you buy the DVD and any 2 family sized packes of Hostess products.
  • Use the .50/1 from RP 10/11 for the Hostess products.
Hopefully this can cut down the cost of the movie for some of you. I am going to hold out for a little while and see if I can score a better deal on it and use it as a present at Christmas time. You have until 12/31/09 to use the rebate and to buy the products and it must be post marked by Jan. 8th. The Hostess coupons don't expire until 12/31 either, so it might be worth waiting. Keep you eyes open and let'see what we can score!
Thank you She Shops Smart reader Sandy for giving us the heads up on the $4 rebate!

Free Baby Bath Toy Frog Gift Set


Purchase one Johnson’s Baby Bath or Lotion product by 12/1 and get aFREE Baby Bath Toy Frog Gift Set (a $10 value) by mail. Just mail your dated receipt to:

Johnson & Johnson / Parents GWP
375 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10017

Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. Get a $1/1 printable coupon here orhere.
Thanks to the Kansas City Penny Pinchin’ Mama for finding this deal!

Coupons in Sunday's Paper

Sunday, October 11, 2009 | | 2 comments
Today in my Daily Herald paper I received:
1 SS insert
1 RP insert AND
1 P&G insert
If you receive the SLT/DMN you received:
1 SS insert and
1 P&G insert

To read about how the Red Plum coupons are distributed click here!

There were also a couple coupons in my Parade Magazine insert:
  • Save $10/1 Oral-B Pulsonic rechargeable toothbrush
  • Save $1/1 Uncle Ben's Whole Grain Brown Rice product

To start your newspaper coupons right away, learn about the awesome newspaper deal we can get you here.

*If you ordered the paper and you didn't receive your paper or didn't get the correct number of papers please call the newspaper company first and let them know. Their numbers are on the left side of the blog. Occasionally if you are new to a route your carrier may miss your home. The newspaper companies are super easy to work with and will make sure your papers are delivered.
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