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Awesome High Value Printable Coupons

Posted on: October 9th, 2017 by Kate Hamernik No Comments

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Printable coupons are the way to go!  I have curated a few of the best for you to use in your shopping this week.  We have always used coupons on thing we are buying anyway, check out the list and print only what you need. Pair these coupons up with a sale for a double dip (and often times a freebie!) on something you needed anyway!

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Save $1.00 on any (1) JOHNSON’S Wash, Lotion, Bath, or Shampoo (excluding trial size, 1oz ? 4oz, and gift sets)
Save $1.25 on ONE (1) Naked Cold Pressed Juice
Save $0.55 on TWO (2) Sunkist Soda, A&W, 7UP, Canada Dry or Sun Drop 2L bottles or 6-pk 7.5oz./8oz. (Reg. or Diet)*
Save $0.75 on any ONE (1) Frigo Cheese Heads Wisconsin Snacking Cheese (10ct or larger)
Save $1.00 on ONE (1) Giovanni Rana Refrigerated Pasta Item
Save $0.75 on any ONE(1) McCormick Grill Mates Rub product
Save $1.00 on ONE (1) Giovanni Rana Refrigerated Sauce Item
Save $4.00 on any ONE (1) Zantac product 24ct+ (Redeemable at CVS)
Save $0.75 on any one (1) pack of Energizer Brand Batteries
Save $1.00 on ONE (1) Playtex Gentle Glide Tampons (excludes 4 & 8 ct.) or Sport Tampons, Pads, Liners or Combo Packs (excludes 20 ct.
Save $5.00 on any ONE (1) Philips Sonicare Brush Head Multi-Pack
Save $3.00 on any* TWO (2) NIVEA or NIVEA MEN Body Wash *Excludes 8.4 oz.
Save $1.00 ONE COVERGIRL Eye Product (excludes accessories and trial/travel size)
Save $3.00 on any* ONE (1) Eucerin Body Product *Excludes trial sizes
Save $10.00 on any ONE (1) Philips Sonicare For Kids, Airfloss, or Essence+
Save $2.00 on any* ONE (1) NIVEA Creme Product *Excludes trial sizes
Save $1.00 off ONE (1) Right Guard Xtreme™ Antiperspirant Deodorant (Excludes Right Guard Sport)
Save $10.00 on any ONE (1) Philips Sonicare 3 Series or HealthyWhite
Save $2.00 on any TWO (2) Stayfree Product (excludes 10 ct.)
Save $30.00 on any ONE (1) Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart, FlexCare Platinum, or FlexCare+
Save $1.00 on ANY ONE (1) L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay skincare product
Save $10.00 on any ONE (1) Philips Sonicare 2 Series
Save $2.00 on any ONE (1) NIVEA Silk Mousse Body Wash
Save $0.50 on any ONE (1) Carefree Product (excludes 18, 20 and 22 ct.)
Save $5.00 ONE Crest 3DWhite™ Glamorous White, 1 Hour Express, Professional Effects OR Supreme Flexfit Whitestrips™ (excludes trial/travel
Save $1.50 on ONE (1) AXE Shampoo 12 oz. Varieties (excludes styling products and trial & travel sizes) Available at Walmart.
Save $2.00 on any TWO (2) NIVEA MEN Shave Products
Save $1.00 ONE COVERGIRL Lip Product (excludes accessories and travel/trial size)
Save $4.00 on any TWO (2) Playtex Gentle Glide Tampons (excludes 4, 8, 18 and 20 ct.)

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SAVE $1.00 on ONE (1) Right Guard® Xtreme™ Antiperspirant Deodorant or Right Guard® Xtreme™ Precision Dry Spray (excludes Right Guard® Sport)
SAVE $0.50 on any ONE (1) Snuggle® product (Excludes trial size)
SAVE $1.00 off any ONE (1) Sparkle® Paper Towel, 6 Roll or larger
SAVE $2.00 on ONE (1) Senokot® Extra Strength
SAVE $2.00 on ONE (1) Senokot-S® Dual Action
SAVE $2.00 on ONE (1) Senokot® Regular Strength

SAVINGSTAR

Save $1.00 on ONE (1) Right Guard® Xtreme™ Antiperspirant Deodorant or Right Guard® Xtreme™ Precision Dry Spray (excludes Right Guard® Sport).Expires 10/22/2017.Save $1.00.

HOPSTER

Save $3.00 on any ONE (1) Heliocare Anti-Aging Supplement. Unlock when you complete 1 Ferndale Laboratories, Inc activity.

Join Plink and get a FREE $5 gift card!

Posted on: February 21st, 2013 by Kate Hamernik

Join Plink for Free and receive a $5 gift card of your choice. Choose a gift card from places like: Amazon.com, Home Depot, Walmart, Facebook and more.

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Once you join you can earn Cash & Rewards just for eating and shopping at some of your favorite stores and restaurants. You’ll earn rewards at more than 40,000 locations nation-wide. Free to join. Plink is a registered card program that allows you to earn Plink Points and other online rewards for dining out and shopping offline. You select where you want to eat or shop, and Plink activates those offers on your credit or debit card. It’s easy and safe!

Plink is designed so you don’t have to carry around an additional card, print out coupons, or use some sort of code to get your rewards. Simply pay with the credit or debit card you register with Plink when joining and we’ll automatically give you your rewards. To qualify for the $5 Gift Card, you must be a new user. Valid user information required. Securely and successfully connect any credit or debit card to your Plink account.

Start earning in 3 easy steps: 1) Sign up it’s free! 2) Register your card to get your $5 Gift Card 3) Get rewards when you shop & dine out at your favorite places.

*I personally JUST signed up for Plink – I have read good things but have not experienced it for myself yet – have you used Plink? I would LOVE for you to share in our comments section below!*

Enjoy ~ Kate

Save $100 or more on a cabin in Big Bear!

Posted on: January 2nd, 2013 by Kate Hamernik

I love the flexibility of this deal!   Living Social has several sweet deals towards some winter fun!

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  • A $200 Lodging Credit Toward a Vacation Rental Any Days of the Week ($99)
  • Or, a $210 Lodging Credit Toward a Vacation Rental Any Days of the Week with Two Snow Play Passes ($129)
  • Or, a $280 Lodging Credit Toward a Vacation Rental, Sundays through Thursdays, with Two Adult Lift Tickets ($199)

You’ll choose from more than 300 cabins and homes around the area. Some of these fully equipped dens come with pool tables, game rooms, and spacious decks, while others make for cozy hideaways with wood-burning fireplaces and outdoor hot tubs.

Grab your $100 off of your Big Bear Cabin from Living Social today!

OK friends – who wants to go in on a cabin w the Deals & Steals clan?

You need to purchase this deal in the next 12 days (or before it sells out!) but you have through March 2013 to cash it in!

Enjoy ~ Kate

image credit – Living Social

SWEET coupons for Halloween!

Posted on: October 7th, 2012 by Kate Hamernik

We love to print out coupons for stuff we are gonna by buying anyway!   If you are going to be purchasing candy for a Halloween / Harvest party – make sure to save some money!   Print out the following coupons and have them on hand for the future!   Print these now – they only allow so many to print – once they are gone, they are gone!   Print these out and save to pair with an awesome sale!

$2.50 off when you buy any TWO bags of NESTLÉ ® assorted candy

75 ¢ off when you buy any ONE package of RIESEN ® candy

$2.50 off when you buy any TWO bags of WONKA ® Candy

$1.50 off when you buy THREE bags of NESTLÉ ® fun size or Halloween candy

$1.50 off when you buy any THREE bags of WONKA ® Candy

Enjoy ~ Kate

$1.10 off when when you buy any ONE 4-pack of Stonyfield YoKids Greek Organic Yogurt

Posted on: June 20th, 2012 by Kate Hamernik

This is a GREAT coupon!   People tell me all the time that they can’t coupon because “I don’t eat junk food” – well we don’t eat much junk food either – but I LOVE these kind of organic coupons! Here is a nice high value, organic Greek yogurt coupon!

These coupons are totally FREE but they only issue so many – so make sure to print yours!   I suggest printing on gray scale / quick print / and on the back sheet of another piece of paper.

Like Reward: $1.10 off when when you buy any ONE 4-pack of Stonyfield YoKids Greek Organic Yogurt

This is a 55 cents off coupon but if you facebook ‘like’ it (button right on the coupon) you get an additional 55 cents off!

Enjoy ~ Kate

Whole Foods on a Budget Challenge – last shopping trip this month – under budget!

Posted on: April 20th, 2012 by Kate Hamernik

I wanted to share a quick video of our haul from our last trip to Whole Foods Encinitas as part of our Whole Foods on a Budget series.   Just as I predicted, it was down right easy this week!

The first week was hard because I started with completely empty cupboards other than spices.   By shopping trip #4 we already had a lot of the things we use already!   We still have honey, ketcup, salad dressing, oil, rice, flour, baby cereal, etc.   In a few short weeks we were already starting to build up a bit of supplies and were just buying perishables – so we were able to get LOTS of fun produce and even had enough to take advantage of the case discount!

If I could go back – I would have purchased a little more chicken or maybe some fish.   We have plenty of everything, and since we were under budget I just wish we had gotten a little bit more   – the chicken we got is actually for a meal with friends so it won’t go as far in our house as I had factored – but even still – we have plenty!   Other than that – I am very happy with our purchases – LOTS of beautiful produce, breakfast foods, snacks, and far more baby puffs than Baby C can consume in the next 10 days!

Quick clarification – I was shopping with three kids and the two oldest were totally over it by the time we got to the register – so I wasn’t really watching the register tick.   I say we spent $117 – BUT – I checked out my register tape and there were a couple oopsies that would have made it even cheaper had I been paying attention.   First – I had 6 bags but I only got one bag credit – ah man!   I also made sure to buy the organic green leaf lettuce because it was on sale for a $1 cheaper than the red leaf – oopsie – it rang up as red leaf – honest mistake!   And one other thing – I bought the case discount of Happy Baby Puffs – I got 8 but for some reason one was scanned twice – so there was a charge for $3.49 – all in all – it was a $5 difference!   All totally honest mistakes that I know can be resolved – I’m not complaining – I just want to point out that this shopping trip was actually only $112!   Had I purchased the correct bottle of wine it would have been $110! WHAT?!

At this point – the only thing that is keeping me from making Whole Foods my only grocery store is that is just too far from my house.   That being said – I could absolutely shop at Whole Foods at this point for $400 a month – I know I could – there are a few things that are more expensive – but most of those things I wasn’t really buying anyway (ie – fancy schmancy cheese 😉 ) Shopping sales, using their bulk bins, shopping in their value sections, and using coupons makes it down right budget friendly! Don’t believe me?   Check out the Whole Foods Encinitas Value Tour!