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Friday, October 23, 2009 | | 0 comments

A few weeks ago I shared with you about a new way to search the internet called Swagbucks. You get paid in "swag bucks" to search the internet the same way you already search for things. After you earn your swagbucks you can redeem them for gift cards and other prizes from the swag store. You can read my post about swagbucks here for all the details.

As if it was already sweet enough to get rewarded for doing something you are already doing, how about having a MEGA swag buck day!
"Every Friday, Swagbucks gives you a chance to win huge, gargantuan, oodles, tons of....Mega Swag Bucks with your searches. From 3 to 100 Swag Bucks, we give away up to 10,000 Swag Bucks in Mega Bills every Friday!"
Taken from Swag Bucks official blog
So, make sure on Friday's you do some MEGA searching to win MEGA swag bucks!
If you don't already have Swag Bucks go here to sign up. After you sign up check your e-mail and they will let you start searching!

15% off at Children's Place

Thursday, October 22, 2009 | | 0 comments
Here is a coupon for 15% off your next purchase at Children's Place now until November 16th. This is a great opportunity to pick up some Christmas PJ's or Sunday clothes for a discount. I am taking this coupon to the Park City outlet to see what deals I can find. Be sure to print it off if you think you might use it in the future! It never hurts to have with you especially if you find some great deal on clearance clothes!

New Poll

Be sure to vote in this weeks poll!

Do you take your kids to the grocery store when you are using coupons?

The Results are In....

Last week we asked you what day the majority of you grocery shop and the results are in:

  • 12% of you shop on Monday
  • 9% of you shop on Tuesday
  • 55% of you shop on Wednesday
  • 14% of shop on Thursday
  • 9% of you shop on Friday
  • 12% of you shop on Saturday
  • 7% of you shop on Sunday

Well you did it again Smart Shoppers. Wednesday is said to be the best day to do your shopping and the majority of you are shopping on Wednesdays. In my own experience these are what I have observed in shopping on various days:

Tuesdays: Tuesdays are the days people are most likely to eat out for the week, so many people are running in to the grocery store to pick up a healthy dinner they can prepare at home. This made the lines and check out time a lot longer. It's also the last day of the sale so many times the shelves have been cleared of any item I am looking for. I try to avoid Tuesday's but on occasions I find myself procrastinating getting to the sale and then when I shop I am kicking myself for waiting until the last minute.

Wednesdays: I myself have found Wednesday's to be the optimal shopping day. It is the day the new ad starts so my shelves are stocked up and ready to go. I rarely find an item I am looking for not available. I also have found that it is the day I run into a lot of my coupon friends! It seems like we are the only ones in the store that day. I often times find the best parks on Wednesdays too =)

Thursdays: I once asked my store what day they thought was best for shopping and they told me Thursday. I thought I would give it a try. I did find that the store was well stocked and that a lot of things were marked down such as meat, bakery items and produce for a great price. The only problem I found was that there seemed to be half as many employees! It seemed like everyone was moving so slow. Maybe because Friday was right around the corner, but checkout seemed to take an extremely long time.

Saturdays: I quickly learned that Saturday late afternoon/ early evening was the worst day to do my shopping with our without coupons. It seems like everyone goes to do a HUGE shopping trip for the week on Saturday. It seems like everyone is there with their entire family and the store quickly turns into a zoo, with my own children being no exception to the rule! Saturday's you wait in line for over an hour with peoples heaping carts in front of you. It use to be the last thing I noticed when I walked in so I would go and do all my shopping and then get up to the check out line to realize it was going to be as long checking out as it took me to actually gather everything into my own cart. Now when I walk into a store I check out the lines first and then decide whether it is worth it or not.

Thank you for everyone who voted in this poll! It is fun to see what the majority of you are doing to achieve the most success at the grocery store! Be on the lookout for this weeks poll in a few hours!

Calendar is Open

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 | | 0 comments

Wow, I can't believe how fast time is flying by, almost as quickly as the leaves are changing. With time going by so fast, so is our calendar. I guess everyone is wanting to save money on groceries and household items so they can put more away for the holidays wink wink.

The month of November and December are already filling up fast!

We teach free classes for your clubs, staff meetings, enrichment activities, and girl's nights out!

We are also announcing our new "Couples Date Night" class. We have found that many husbands out there are shopping with their wives and some even shopping instead of the wives! I remember after I learned how to start couponing how many questions my husband had for me. So many times I wished he had been at the class I went to, to hear all about it. What an awesome opportunity for you both to hear a class. One of my favorite things about saving money on groceries is how happy it makes my hubby! I have often times caught him sharing how to use Grocery Smarts to friends and co-workers. In fact, one time I caught him taking a picture of my "a lot for less" and texting it to his friends! So, call a babysitter and schedule your own "Couples Date Night " class for all your friends and their spouses.

E-mail us at with the date you are looking for and we can put your class on the calendar. After we confirm the date and time of your class we will e-mail you a host packet with invitations you can use to hand out to your guests.
Classes are always on a first come basis and are filling up quickly. For more info about what happens at a class check out our post here.

Meal Planning

This week I am planning my meals around Macey's List. To read about how I plan my meals click here.
Cottage cheese with pears and toast
Cold Cereal and peaches
French Toast sticks and fruit smoothies
Oatmeal and Oranges
Granola bars, yogurt, and fruit cups
Scrambled eggs, toast and bacon

Healthy Choice meal (everyone pick their favorite one at the store)
Grilled cheese and Bear Creek Soup
Turkey Wrap Ups
Make your own nachos
Macaroni and cheese
Pizza Pasta Salad

Turkey, Cheesy Potatoes, broccoli and rolls
(Cook whole turkey and save half for Tettrazini)
Turkey Tettrazini with dinner salads
Roast, rosemary potatoes,and asparagus
(cook the roast in crock pot and save 1/2 for the BBQ sandwiches)
BBQ Beef Pulled Sandwiches, pasta salad, chips and a pickle
Honey glazed chicken drumsticks, mashed potatoes and homemade french fries
Make your own pizza night

Apples and Carmel dip

Egg nog
Spiced apple cake with vanilla ice cream

A Lot for Less

Here is this weeks "A Lot for Less" from SheShopsSmart reader Ginger.

6 Chex Mix
2 Pillsbury ready to bake cookies
1 Simply ready to bake cookies
1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal
1 Fiber One cereal
3 6.4 oz Crest toothpaste
4 boxes Betty Crocker potatoes
4 boxes totino's pizza rolls (15 ct)
4 Grands Biscuits
2 Orange rolls
2 Cinnamon rolls
2 Cresent rolls
1 pkg sugar cookie mix
2 pillsbury pie crusts
4 Betty Crocker Warm Delights
4 pkgs GoGurts
2 (4pk) YoPlus
Spent $38.06 and still have $12.50 from Albertsons to use on my next purchase
Saved $96.54 and it would have cost me $134.60 (Savings of 72%) an average of .85 each
Thanks for inspiring our readers Ginger!

Free iTunes Downloads

Click Here to start your FREE People Magazines' Country iTunes downloads (wow what a mouthful). I thought this was a great deal, especially since some of the songs went up to $1.29!

Jason Aldean She's Country (Club Mix)
Big Kenny Wake Up
Terri Clark The One You Love (with Vince Gill)
Patty Loveless Busted
Bucky Covington Ole Kentuck
Emma Jacob Julianna
Bomshel Fight Like a Girl
Ash Bowers Stuck
KingBilly Waiting on You
Easton Corbin The Way Love Looks
Download Code: JTKHHWHXPN9K
Code Expiration: 12/31/2009

Download iTunes from Mac or Windows, free of charge at
Open iTunes and click iTunes Store.
Click Redeem.
Enter the code from above. Your download will start immediately. Enjoy.

Sunflower Market Preview 10/21-10/28

Tuesday, October 20, 2009 | | 0 comments

Have you ever been to Sunflower Market? They do something I love called Double Ad Wednesdays. They honor the previous weeks ad as well as the new weeks ad so you can get lots of great prices in one shopping trip.

From the new ad: (10/21-10/28)
Bartlett pears, .50/lb
pineapple, .99 each
seedless watermelon, .50/lb
honeydew melon, .50/lb
pomegranates, 1.50 each
Braeburn or Jonathan apples, .88/lb
persimmons, .50 each
celery, .88
bunched spinach, .88
red or white onions, .50/lb
potatoes, .50/lb
Fresh Express salad kit, 3.00
hothouse tomatoes, .98/lb
london broil, B1G1Free
italian, yellow or mexican grey squash, .88/lb

From the previous ad (prices good WED only):

hass avocados, .50
10lb russet potatoes, 1.27
limes, .20
garlic, .25
d'anjou or bosc pears, .88/lb
red bell peppers, .55
iceburg or romaine lettuce, .88
mild yellow onions, .34/lb
large green bell peppers, .50
super select cucumbers, .50
roma tomatoes, .88/lb
bunched broccoli, .88/lb
pork sausage, 1.97/lb
(all varieties)garnet or jewel yams, .88/lb
red or black seedless grapes, 1.49/lb
1lb baby carrots, .99
boneless pork loin roast, 1.77/lb
Thompson seedless raisins, 1.49/lb

Click here to check out the Sunflower Market site.

$1.50 off Carmex

Here is a coupon for $1.50 off Carmex moisture plus lip balm. The coupon expires 11/17.

New Kid on the Block

WinCo had it's Grand Opening yesterday here in Utah! They have two new locations at:

  • 7020 South 700 West, Midvale
  • 2572 South 5600 West, West Valley City

In my hometown we had a WinCo right down the street and my brother and I would love going to the big bins of bulk food that they had and bagging up the foods we needed: rice, spices, trail mix, candy (I loved pulling out all those vanilla tootsie rolls out of the variety bin. It was the only way I could get exactly what I wanted) etc. so I was excited to hear it was coming to Utah. They have low prices, are clean and are fast at checking out. I remember their pizzas being super good too! WinCo couldn't have opened their doors at a better time with Albertson's getting ready to close theirs. This will be a great thing for the state and us shoppers.

Here are some tips on how to shop Winco:

  • Stores are between 90,000-100,000 sq. ft. with a huge selection of groceries, fresh meat and produce, fresh bakery, gigantic bulk foods and large deli.
  • They are open 24 hours
  • They say they receive daily shipments which is great for those of us who have run into things disappearing of shelves when it is a hot coupon and sale item.
  • They do not have weekly ads. For the next couple weeks we will receive weekly circulars sharing with us what will be on sale, but in the future there will not be weekly ads showing what is on sale that week.
  • WinCo prides itself on having the lowest prices and told me that they do price match competitors ads. Since they do not have their own weekly ads this would allow you to take your grocery smarts lists, coupons and store ads with you, match the ads there and then if you run across any WinCo deals you can buy them! Their produce, bakery and meat department were very clean and nice =) I would feel comfortable buying my weekly meat and produce there each week, and most of you know how picky I am.
  • WinCo does accept coupons; online and manufactures coupons.
  • Be aware that if a coupon doesn't scan in, they will not manually enter it in, so if you are using a light ink setting, change it for your WinCo coupons.
  • They will not accept credit cards. You must use a cash payment or a payment that requires a pin number.
  • You must bag your own groceries.
Now for the fun part. With any "grand opening" comes stellar prices. Pinching Your Pennies had the list of advertised deals here.

I made a run late last night. I heard the morning and afternoon shopping was impossible. People were waiting for parks and even shopping carts. Last night was busy too, but not impossible. The lines moved fast and I was in an out in about 45 min. which I thought was good for learning the aisles of a new store. Here is what I walked away with:

2-12-packs Mtn. Dew 2@ $1.98
2- Capri Sun Fruit Drinks 10-pack 2@ .98
1- Tillamook Medium Cheddar Cheese 32 oz. $3.98 (used $1/1)
2- Bar S Sliced Bacon 2@ .98
1- American Falls Water 24-pack .5 liter $1.98
1- Northern Bath Tissue 12-pack double rolls $2.98( used $1/1)
3- Large Muffins 6 pack 3 @ $1.98
4-Chex Mix, Gardettos, or Bugles 4@ .98 (used .40/1 here and here)
3- Bear Creek Soup Mixes 3 @ $1.98
4- boxes Kashi Go Lean Crunch Cereal @$2.38 (used 2 $3/1 and 2 $1.50/1 coupons from Vocal Point)
5 lbs rice @ .50lb
3 green peppers @.48
2 red peppers @.48
2 dozen eggs @.88
3 gallons of milk @ $1.48
1 box fruit snacks @ .98 (.40/1)
1 lbs Bananas at .18/lb
1 10lb bag potatoes @.68
1 jar minced garlic @$2.98
1 package of hot dogs @.58
1 package Frigo string cheese @$1.98 (used .40/1 RP8/9)
Total: $40.28
Saved: There is no preferred savings card savings, but I saved $16.20 in coupons

1.5 Million Chocolate Dipped Fruit Giveaway

Monday, October 19, 2009 | | 0 comments

Go to Edible Arrangments fan page on Facebook. Fill out the form under free dipped fruit and in the next couple days you will receive an e-mail with a coupon for a FREE sampler of their chocolate dipped fruit.

Ice Cream at Wholesale Prices

Dad's Ice Cream located at, 161 West 4500 South (Frontage Road) in Murray, is getting ready to shut off their GIANT freezers for the winter time and are offering ice cream at wholesale price! It is Blue Bunny ice cream and it is the fun ice cream that you buy from the ice cream trucks! Here are just a couple of the different ice creams they are offering at wholesale price:

  • 24 Pushup pops for $13.13
  • 24 Fudge Bars for $9.63
  • 24 Bubble Gum ice cream bars for $8.75
  • 24 Strawberry Sundae Crunch Bars $11.83
  • 12 Watermelon Snow Cones for $9.63
  • 24 Sour Wower Bars for $7.88

Dad's Ice Cream is open from 9am to 1pm Monday-Saturday. Be sure to call, 801-266-1177, before you plan on going just to be sure they are there for you to get your ice cream! With it getting cold the owners are spending less time in the office so be sure to call them and head over there to get your ice cream!
Thanks to SheShopsSmart reader Jenn for sharing this awesome deal with us!

$5 off Nuetrogena Acne System

Fill out the Nuetrogena registration form here and after you submit it it will let you print a $5 off coupon! That will make a sweet deal! If you want to use this one be sure to print it off soon. It is one of those offers that could go fast!

Coupons in Sunday's Paper

Yesterday in my Daily Herald paper I received:
1 SS insert AND
1 RP insert

If you receive the SLT/DMN you received:
1 SS insert
To read about how the Red Plum coupons are distributed click here!

I also found a .50/1 Hostess cupcake coupon in 3 of my 4 Parade Inserts!

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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