Deal Alert: 20% Clearance Kid’s Clothes at #Target w/Cartwheel App!

Hey friends- just jumped on here to let you know that it’s a great time to check out kid’s clothing on clearance at Target. The Target Cartwheel App is offering 20% off clearance prices on kid’s clothing now through Saturday, July 25th. Just add the offer to your app and show it at the register when you check out.

Check out my post about how to use the Target Cartwheel app here.

 

 

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The Weekly Haul: Publix – Worth $71, Spent $32

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Welcome to The Weekly Haul. I’m sharing my shopping trips here with the goal of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Publix where I spent $32 even (including our 10% tax) for $71.79 worth of groceries. You’ll notice I didn’t purchase any milk, meat, or eggs at Publix- I got the meat at The Fresh Market as part of their $2.99 Tuesday deal and scored milk for $2.80 a gallon and a dozen and a half eggs for $1.99 at Costco. This was all I needed to round out our menu for the week.

I use various resources to prepare Publix couponing trips. This week I used southernsavers.com.

Did you know…

You can use both a MFR and store coupon against one item at Publix? Target printable coupons count as a store coupon (competitor coupons accepted!).

 

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.50 back on my gallon of milk thanks to iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

Use a sale/coupon match-up service. They are usually always free! As I mentioned, I used igobogo.com for this trip. I think I only used one or two Publix digital coupons on this trip, but that’s another great resource you should be signed up for! You’ll need to register, and then just enter your phone number at the checkout register (before you begin the payment process) and the coupons will automatically be deducted.

Have fun savin’!  🙂

 

 

The Weekly Haul: Winn Dixie – Worth $105, Spent $48

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Welcome to The Weekly Haul. I’m sharing my shopping trips with you in hopes of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Winn Dixie where I spent $48.49 (including our 10% tax, after sales and coupons) for $105.47 worth of groceries. Winn Dixie has pork chops for only $1.29/lb. as part of a 3-day sale (ends TUESDAY, July 8). I ran in mainly to stock up on pork chops, but a quick run through the store got me a few other great deals on things I needed for the week. I happened to have two coupons for the yogurt in my purse, and those were the only coupons I used.

Highlights:

Here are the two coupons I used for the yogurts:

$1.00 off 5 Yoplait Greek or Greek 100 yogurt
$0.40 off any six cups of Yoplait Yogurt

 

The chicken nuggets were a surprise find- regularly $7.99 they were a closeout item at only $3.99!

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The pork chops are normally $2.99 a pound, so $1.29 is definitely a stock up price! I stuck one in the fridge to grill tonight and put the rest in the freezer!

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Watermelon normally $7.99- got it for $3.99. Great deal!

Corn on the cob, 4/$1- not bad!!

 

Did you know…

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.25 back on one gallon of milk thanks to iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

 

 

 

The Weekly Haul: Publix – Worth $130, Spent $62

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Welcome to The Weekly Haul. I’m share my shopping trips with you in hopes of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Publix where I spent $62.50 (including our 10% tax, after sales, paper coupons, Publix e-coupons and an iBotta rebate) for $130.60 worth of groceries. I only purchased items I needed to round out my menu for the week. I stocked up on the $2.99/lb. meat deal at Fresh Market again this week, and I purchased the bulk of our produce from the farmer’s market (here’s my post about that trip).

This week I used couponmom.com and my own coupon stash to prepare my Publix couponing trip.

Just the highlights:

 The chips were this week’s penny item.

 

Barilla Pasta – $0.75 (sale price)
Use $1.00 off any TWO Barilla Plus, Whole Wheat Pasta

Final Price: $0.25 (stock up price!)

 

General Mills Original Cheerios – $2

Use $0.50 off ONE BOX Original Cheerios cereal

Final Price: $1 (stock up price!)

 

General Mills Medley Crunch- $2

Use $1.00 off TWO BOXES Cheerios cereals

Final Price: $1.50 ea for 2 (stock up price!)

 

GoGurt – $1.28 (BOGO)
Final Price: $0.53 (stock up price!)
 

 

Did you know…

You can use both a MFR and store coupon against one item at Publix? Target printable coupons count as a store coupon (competitor coupons accepted!).

 

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.25 back on one gallon of milk thanks to iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

Use a sale/coupon match-up service. They are usually always free! As I mentioned, I used couponmom.com for this trip. I think I only used one or two Publix digital coupons on this trip, but that’s another great resource you should be signed up for! You’ll need to register, and then just enter your phone number at the checkout register (before you begin the payment process) and the coupons will automatically be deducted.

Have fun savin’!  🙂

 

 

 

The Weekly Haul: Publix – Worth $104, Spent $60

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Welcome to The Weekly Haul. I’m share my shopping trips with you in hopes of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Publix where I spent $60.98 (including our 10% tax, after sales, coupons and an iBotta rebate) for $104.78 worth of groceries. I only purchased items I needed to round out my menu for the week (plus the brownies and frosting since they were such a great deal!) You won’t see any meat on the table (unless you count the eggs and sausage) because I stocked up on the $2.99/lb. meat deal at Fresh Market. Woot, woot!!

This week I used igobogo.com to prepare my couponing trip.

Highlights:

 The Apple Juice was this week’s penny item.

 

Sweet Baby Ray’s Gourmet Barbecue or Dipping Sauce, 12 – 18 oz – $1.19
Use $1.00/2 Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce

Final Price: $0.69

 

Nabisco Toasted Chips or Wheat Thins, 4 – 8 oz – $1.85

Get a Dannon Oikos Dip, 12 oz FREE wyb (1) Nabisco Ritz or Wheat Thins Toasted Chips, 8 oz (Publix Coupon) – Grocery Advantage Flyer
Use $0.75/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers, 6.5 oz or Larger – 5-18-14 SS

Final Price: $1.48 ea

 

Silk Pure Almond Milk, 64 oz – $2.79
Or $1.50/1 Silk Almond Coconut Blend or Protein + Fiber, 1/2 gal – 6-15-14 RP (my copy didn’t have it)
Final Price: $1.04
Note: I printed two MFR coupons and two Target coupons and got two for just $1.04 each!

 

General Mills Honey Nut, Medley Crunch or Toasted Whole Grain Oat Cheerios, 12 – 14 oz – $2.00

Love to Shop, Love to Save Ends 7/14
Final Price: $1.50 ea for two
$1.00 off TWO BOXES General Mills Big G cereals

See the full list of deals at igobogo!

 

Did you know…

You can use both a MFR and store coupon against one item at Publix? Target printable coupons count as a store coupon (competitor coupons accepted!).

 

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.25 back on one gallon of milk thanks to iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

Use a sale/coupon match-up service. They are usually always free! As I mentioned, I used igobogo.com for this trip. I think I only used one or two Publix digital coupons on this trip, but that’s another great resource you should be signed up for! You’ll need to register, and then just enter your phone number at the checkout register (before you begin the payment process) and the coupons will automatically be deducted.

Have fun savin’!  🙂

 

 

 

The Weekly Haul: Publix – Worth $104.45, Spent $63.49

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Welcome to The Weekly Haul. I share with the goal of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Publix where I spent $63.49 (including our 10% tax) for $104.45 worth of groceries and other items. These were the exact items I needed to round out my menu and pantry/fridge for the week. Full disclosure- I could have saved even more! I didn’t have time to track down all the printable coupons this week. Ah well.

I use various resources to prepare Publix couponing trips. This week I only used one for the majority of my prep since I was in a hurry: igobogo.com.

Did you know…

You can use both a MFR and store coupon against one item at Publix? Target printable coupons count as a store coupon (competitor coupons accepted!).

 

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.50 back on my gallon of milk and $0.75 back on my box of clementines. Thanks, iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

Use a sale/coupon match-up service. They are usually always free! As I mentioned, I used igobogo.com for this trip. I only used two Publix digital coupons on this trip, but that’s another great resource you should be signed up for! You’ll need to register, and then just enter your phone number at the checkout register (before you begin the payment process) and the coupons will automatically be deducted.

Have fun savin’!  🙂

 

 

The Weekly Haul: Publix – Worth $109 Spent $55

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Welcome to a brand new feature on Simply Frugal Living: The Weekly Haul. I’m planning to share my shopping trips with you here with the goal of motivating you to use your coupons and apps to save at the register each week!

This week’s trip was at Publix where I spent $55.72 (including our 10% tax) for $109.31 worth of groceries and other items. You’ll notice I didn’t purchase any meat, cheese, etc. this week. I scored awesome deals on those items last week, so this was all I needed to stock our fridge and pantry.

I use various resources to prepare Publix couponing trips. This week I only used one for the majority of my prep since I was in a hurry: igobogo.com.

Did you know…

You can use both a MFR and store coupon against one item at Publix? Target printable coupons count as a store coupon (competitor coupons accepted!).

 

If you want to jump on the band wagon, you’ll need to start getting the paper so you have access to the coupon circulars. Here’s a link to a discounted subscription.

Coupons.com is my favorite spot to print internet coupons.


Print Free Coupons

Be sure to download the iBotta app. (I got $.50 back on my gallon of milk thanks to iBotta!) Here’s my post about how to use iBotta.

 

Ibotta

 

Use a sale/coupon match-up service. They are usually always free! As I mentioned, I used igobogo.com for this trip. I think I only used one or two Publix digital coupons on this trip, but that’s another great resource you should be signed up for! You’ll need to register, and then just enter your phone number at the checkout register (before you begin the payment process) and the coupons will automatically be deducted.

Have fun savin’!  🙂

 

 

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