Thursday, July 28, 2011

FREE ear of freshly roasted corn...


Greater Springfield Farmers' Market

Local residents...


Corn Roast this Saturday at the Farmer's Market located on the parking lot of the Battlefield Mall  from 9-noon. Bring a food donation to the Harvest on wheels booth and receive a freshly roasted ear of corn. Donated by the Greater Springfield Farmers Market.


I think I'll take the kiddos to this and donate some of our canned goods!

McAlister’s Deli: FREE Tea Day (7/28)




McAlister’s Deli is offering up a refreshing freebie perfect for the summertime heat. Today, July 28th, every McAlister’s Deli nationwide will be offering up a FREE glass of Sweet Tea from 10AM-10PM.
Even better, be sure to head over to the McAlister’s Facebook page, “like” them and then click on the Tea Town USA to vote for your local town. The 10 winning towns (the town that receives the highest number of valid votes) will snag a donation to the pre-determined local non-profit organization for each town with the winning town receiving $10,000 and the 10th place town receiving $1,000.


Right now Joplin, MO. is in 1st Place!!!  Woo Hoo!!!  Help this city out and vote for them today!
Thanks, Hip2Save!

Price Cutter Deals 7/27-8/2



You can review the Price Cutter policy HERE. Keep in mind, ymmv at your particular location.



MEAT/POULTRY/SEAFOOD
Farmland Fresh Seasoned Tenderloin or Roast (19.2-32 oz.) - $4.99
Use $0.55/1 Farmland, any coupon on Facebook HERE (doubles to $1.00) (”Like”, Fans Only tab)
Final Cost $4.44
Fresh Ground Chuck Black Angus (family pack) - $2.39 lb.
Land O’Frost Premium Lunchmeat (10-16 oz.) - $2.99
Use $0.55/1 Land O’ Frost Premium One Pound, Any coupon from the 7/24 or 5/15 (expires 7/31) RP insert
Final Cost $2.44
Carl Buddig Traditional Sliced Lunchmeats (2 oz.) - $0.59
Buy 4, Use $1.00/4 coupon HERE
Final Cost $0.34 ea.
Best Choice Chicken Tenders or Breast (3 lb. bag) - $4.49
PRODUCE
Washington Red Bing Cherries - $1.99 lb.
DAIRY/REFRIGERATED
Hiland Sour Cream & Dips (16 oz.) - $1.50
Use $0.30/1 coupon HERE (says “do not double”)
Final Cost $1.20
President Feta Cheese (8 oz.) - $4.29
Use $3.00/2 coupon HERE
Final Cost $2.79 ea.
Organic Valley Ultra Half & Half (16 oz.) - $2.89
Use $0.75/1 coupon HERE
Final Cost $2.14
Chobani Greek Yogurt (6 oz.) - $1.89
Use $0.30/1 coupon HERE (doubles)
Final Cost $1.29
BEVERAGES
Crystal Light (8 qt. or 7-10 ct.) - $2.00
Use $1.00/1 Crystal Light Drink Mix, any coupon from the 6/12 SS insert (expires 7/31)
Final Cost $1.00
7UP (2 liter) - $0.89
Dr. Pepper (2 liter) - $0.99
FROZEN FOODS
Banquet Frozen Entree (5-11 oz.) - $0.89
Use $0.50/2 coupon from HERE, enter code 63829897 (doubles, limit 2 on doubling)
Final Cost $0.39 ea.
SNACKS/BAKING/SEASONINGS
Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding (4 pk.) - $1.00
Buy 4 packs, Use B3GO Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding 4-pk coupon from All You Magazine, June issue
Final Cost $0.75 ea.
Pop Secret Popcorn (4.8-10.5 oz.) - $2.00
Use $0.50/1 Pop Secret Products, any - 06-19-11 RP (expires 7/31, doubles, limit 2 on doubling, some areas got $0.50/2 coupon)
Final Cost $1.00-$1.50 ea.
CANNED/RICE/PASTA/CONDIMENTS
Kraft Salad Dressing (16 oz.) - $1.49
Use $0.55/1 coupon HERE
Final Cost $0.94
Tabasco (2 oz.) - $1.49
Use $0.50/1 coupon HERE (doubles, limit 2 on doubling)
Final Cost $0.49
NON-FOOD
Old Spice Deodorant (select varieties, 2.7-3.25 oz.) - $2.19
Buy Deodorant & Old Spice Body Wash, Use FREE Old Spice Body Wash WYB Old Spice Deodorant (valid up to $5.99) coupon from the 6/5 P&G insert (Expires 7/31)
Final Cost $2.19 for both!
Thanks to Frugal Fritzie for compiling these deals!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

New Printable = $.44 Soy Sauce


Perfect for all the Korean Recipes that I'm working on!  

Head over HERE to print a coupon good for $1/1 Kikkoman’s Soy Sauce. These are priced at ar0und $1.44 at many Walmart stores, so just $0.44 after coupon!  When you buy three, you can submit for the gift with purchase HERE and get $5 worth of grilling utensils free by mail.

Free Sunkist Cherry Limeade 32 oz. from Kum & Go through 7/28



My husband is gonna LOVE this!  It's his new favorite drink!  :)


Go HERE and print a coupon for a FREE Sunkist Cherry Limeade 32 oz. Fountain Drink from Kum & Go. This offer is valid through 7/28/11. One coupon per customer per visit, not valid with any other offers.


Thanks Frugal Fritzie!

Dillons Deals 7/27-8/2




MEAT/POULTRY/SEAFOOD
Oscar Mayer Bologna (12 oz.) - $1.00
Farmland Jumbo Franks (16 oz.) - $1.88
Use $0.55/1 Farmland, any coupon on Facebook HERE (doubles to $1.00) (”Like”, Fans Only tab)
Final Cost $0.88
Boneless Top, Bottom, Eye of Round or Sirloin tip Roast USDA Choice - $2.99 lb.
PRODUCE
Driscoll’s Strawberries (16 oz.) - $2.50
Use $0.50/1 coupon HERE
DAIRY/REFRIGERATED PRODUCTS
Kraft or Sargento Cheese (5-8 oz.) - $2.50
Use $0.55/1 Sargento Natural Shredded Cheese, any 5-8 oz - All You Magazine, May issue (expires 7/31, doubles to $1.00)
Or If included, Use $1.00/2 Kraft Cheese Touch of Philly coupon HERE or HERE
Final Cost $1.50-$2.00 ea.
Smart Balance (Half Gallon) - $2.50
Use $1.50/1 Smart Balance Milks, Any Carton coupon from the 7/10 SS insert (some areas got $1.50 coupon)
Final Cost $1.00-$1.50
Dannon Yogurt (various 4-6 ct.) - $1.88
Use $1.00/2 Dannon Activia coupon from the 6/5 RP insert (all expire 7/31)
Or Use $0.50/1 Danimals coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (doubles)
Or Use $0.50/1 Dan-o-nino coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (doubles)
Final Cost $0.88-$1.38 ea.
BEVERAGE
7Up products Soft Drinks (2 Liter) - $1.00
Tropicana Punch (64 oz.), Fuze or Sparkling Ice (16.9-17 oz.) - $1.00
FROZEN FOODS
Michelina’s Entrees (4-10 oz.) - $1.00
Buy 5, Use $1.00/5 coupons HERE
Final Cost $0.80 ea.
Turkey Hill Ice Cream (select varieties, 48 oz.) - $2.99 (Great price for this brand!)
Use $1.00/1 Turkey Hill Premium Ice Cream, Light Recipe Ice Cream, All Natural Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, No Sugar Added Ice Cream or Sherbet coupon from the 6/19 RP insert
Final Cost $1.99
SNACK/BAKING/SEASONING
Pillsbury Brownie or Cake Mix (18.2-19.5 oz.) - $1.00
Use $0.40/1 Pillsbury Frosting Or Brownie Mix, Any coupon from the 6/12 RP insert (doubles, some areas got $1.00/2 coupon)
Final Cost $0.20-$0.50 ea.
Clif or Clif Mojo Bar (1.59-2.4 oz.) - $1.00
Use $0.50/1 Clif Kid Z Bar coupon from the 5/22 RP insert (doubles, expires 7/31)
Final Cost FREE
PowerBar (1.58-2.3 oz.) - $1.00
Buy 2, Use BOGO PowerBar Triple Threat Energy Bar coupon from the 5/1 SS insert (expires 7/31)
Final Cost $0.50 ea.
Nabisco Snackwell Cookies or Brownies (3.9-7.75 oz.) or Ritz Crackers (7.5-16 oz.) - $2.50
Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers, any 3.7-25.2 oz coupon from the 6/19 SS insert (expires 7/30)
Final Cost $2.00 ea.
Kashi TLC Bars (6 ct.) - $2.99
Use $1.00/1 Kashi Cereal or Snack coupon HERE
Final Cost $1.99
BREAKFAST/CEREAL
Save $6.00 wyb 4 select General Mills Cereal (8.9-14 oz.) -  Reg. $2.88 ea., $1.38 ea. after discount (Note: promotion may vary by region)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 4 Cheerios, Use 4 $0.50/1 General Mills Original Cheerios Cereal coupon from the 6/26 SS insert (doubles)
Final Cost $0.59 ea.
CANNED/CONDIMENT/PASTA
Kroger Pasta Sauce (26 oz.) - $1.00
Frank’s Hot Sauce Small Bottle $1.29
Use $0.50/1 Frank’s Redhot Sauce coupon from HERE (zipcode 55127) or HERE(doubles)
Final Cost $0.29
This post is copyrighted and is a Frugal Fritzie original. Thanks for stopping by!
NON-FOOD
Crest Toothpaste (6.4 oz.) - $1.00
Use $0.75/1 Crest Toothpaste, any 4.0 oz or more or liquid gel coupon from the 6/5 or 7/3 P&G insert (doubles to $1.00, expires 7/31, Coupon States “Limit of 4 Like Coupons in same shopping trip”)
Final Cost FREE
Oral B Indicator Toothbrush - (1 ct.) - $1.00
Buy 2, Use $2.00/2 Oral-B Indicator or Cavity Defense Manual Toothbrushes, any coupon from the 7/3 P&G insert (expires 7/31, Coupon States “Limit of 4 Like Coupons in same shopping trip”)
Final Cost FREE
Dawn Dish Detergent (9.5-10.3 oz.) - $1.00
Use $0.25/1 Dawn coupon from the Home Made Simple “Organize Your Style” coupon booklet (doubles)
Final Cost $0.50
Oxford Portfolios or Top Flight Notebook (70 Sheets) - $0.15
Crayola Crayons (24 ct.) - $0.25 Limit 12
Beggin’ Strips (6 oz.) - BOGO up to $3.99 (rings up on register 50% off)
Use BOGO Purina Beggin’ Brand Dog Snacks, any 6 oz pk. coupon from the 5/8 SS insert
Final Cost $1.00 ea.
Ivory or Safeguard Soap (2-3 ct.) or Body Wash (12 oz.) - $1.00
Use $0.50/1 Ivory Bar or Bodywash or Safeguard Bar or Liquid Handsoap, any (doubles, some areas got $1.00/2 coupon, expires 7/31, Coupon States “Limit of 4 Like Coupons in same shopping trip”)
Final Cost FREE-$0.50 ea.
Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash (16-18 oz.) - $3.50
Use BOGO Gillette Bodywash coupon from the 6/5 P&G insert
Final Cost $1.75 ea.
A huge thanks to Frugal Fritzie for compiling these deals!

Aldi Deals 7/27-8/2




There are some great deals in the produce department at Aldi this week:


Strawberries  .88 cents per 16 oz. clamshell


Cherries  $1.29 per 1 lb. clamshell


Broccoli  .88 cents per lb. tray


Cauliflower  .88 cents each


Other deals:


Roseland italian Sausage Hot or Mild 19.76 oz.  $2.79 each


Priano Cheese Ravioli  25 oz.  $2.19


Cattlemen's Ranch Boneless Beef Country Style Ribs  $3.79 per lb.


I also spotted an Aloe Vera Plant in a 5" terra cotta pot for $3.99.  Since I tend to kill houseplants I might try this one and see if it survives!  :)


Check out the Aldi Weekly Circular HERE.
Go HERE to view this weeks current Special Buys



If you've never shopped at Aldi here's some things you need to know:


  • Bring a quarter with you to "rent" your shopping cart.  You'll get your quarter back after you return your shopping cart.  I always have a quarter in my car for this purpose!  :)
  • Bring cash or a debit card to make your purchases with.  Most Aldi's do NOT accept credit cards.  
  • Bag your own groceries.
  • Bring your own bags or boxes to load your groceries in.  They do have bags for purchase at the register and sometimes there are empty boxes at the store you can use.
Reminder....Walmart will price match Aldi's advertised produce!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Owls...Why I love them and why they're important to Spot My Eye Savings!

Completed Project: Leather Owl Bag Picture #1

I couldn't pass this one up!  Owls have been the theme of Spot My Eye Savings ever since this blog started.  Some of you know my "how I started couponing" story, but some of you don't.  Here's my story:

In early 2005 I was diagnosed with a life-threatening blood disorder called Hypereosinophilic Syndrome.  We were also in the process of adopting a child during this time so as you can imagine, finances were TIGHT!  Fast forward a few years....we had completed the adoption process welcoming a beautiful baby girl into our family.  We were also still trying to figure out this very complicated and rare disease that I had been diagnosed with.  Money got even tighter!  I was doing my best to make ends meet financially.  My husband was working long hours and even doing some side jobs at home.  We had started budgeting better, but no matter what we did we had more money going out then we had coming in.  We didn't know what to do, but I knew Who to go to.

In James 1:5 Scripture is telling us that we can ask for wisdom...

If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.


I remembered this Bible verse and decided to ask God for wisdom in the area of finances.  I don't remember my specific prayer, but I do remember asking for that!  I knew that I didn't know everything there was to know about finances then...and the more I keep learning the more I've learned that I still don't know everything yet!


The next morning after that prayer I read on line about a friend of mine that was saving big bucks on her grocery shopping.  She was kind enough to invite me over and show me a few pointers on shopping with coupons.  From there I went home and learned the rest on my own.  I spent many hours scouring anything and everything I could find about coupon shopping.  I read TONS of information and after many months decided to start sharing what I had learned with others.  


When designing this blog I chose to go with Owls because they represent wisdom...the very thing that the Lord was so gracious to give me when I asked for it!  He continues to give me more wisdom in this area and I'm growing in knowledge of other ways to save money beyond coupons! 


So, as long as I have the blog you'll see little craft posts that feature owls from time to time!  They remind me of why I do what I do and well, I like them too...they've kind of grown on me!


Want to learn how to make the Leather Owl Bag pictured above?  Here's a great tutorial with step-by-step instructions!


Why Spot My Eye???  Find the answer to that question HERE!

140 FREE Address Labels from Vistaprint




Vistaprint is offering 140 FREE personalized address labels through July 29, 2011 —  just pay shipping costs starting at $3.03.  Of course, you can use these for a variety of options….book labels, toy labels, gift tags, or whatever else you can think of!
As always, make sure to skip all the offers at the end and choose slow shipping to get the best deal!

Monday, July 25, 2011

How to cut a whole chicken in half

Grilled Half Chicken recipe

Those of you that have attended one of my classes have heard my little rant on whole chickens.  While surfing the web today, I noticed that one of my favorite blogs has a video tutorial on how to cut a whole chicken in half!  Yay!  Watch and learn if you don't know how to do this already.  If you decide to do this for the first time PLEASE write me and let me know!

Tammy also has a recipe for Grilled Half Chicken.  This would be a great recipe for all of these hot days we're having in Southwest Missouri this summer!

Walgreens: HOT! Cottonelle Deal (7/31 Only)



Check out this HOT! toilet paper deal you can snag at Walgreens on 7/31 only. I wanted to tell you in advance so you can have your coupons ready (order from a clipping service, if necessary).  This is a seriously great deal on toilet paper ... this kind of deal is few and far between!  
      So here's the HOT! Walgreen's deal; valid 7/31, ONLY:
    • Buy 2 Cottonelle 12 packs $5 each (regular price) = $10.00
    • Use the $1/1 Walgreens Cottonelle in-store coupon found in the August Coupon Booklet (will be available in-store starting 7/31) - will deduct $2
    • Use 2 $0.75/1 coupons found in the 7/17 SS 
    • (Or use the $0.50/1 coupon found here)
    • Pay as low as $6.50 for 2 
    • Get back a $3.50 RR (for buying 2 packages – valid through 7/31 only)
    • Final cost only $3 total ... just $1.50 per 12 pack!!!

    I recommend getting to Walgreens early on the 7/31 or you can ask your store if you can special order to ensure the inventory is held for you.  



    Note: If you purchase 3 packages, you will get back a $4.50 RR!


    Just a reminder of Walgreen's RR Policy: "Customers redeeming a Register Rewards against the same offer may not receive another RR."  So if you plan to do this deal more than once, do not redeem the Cottonelle RR on another Cottonelle transaction.  

    Joplin, MO. Ways to help!



    While traveling to Tulsa, OK. this past week we decided to stop by Joplin, MO. to view the destruction caused by the May 22, 2011 tornado.  I'm not one that would normally pass by site seeing and taking pictures of other's sorrow, but since I am blogger and reach several hundred readers per day I wanted to go ahead and share some information on here.

    I knew the destruction was devastating.  I only live 1 hour East of Joplin.  My husband and teenage son were blessed to volunteer in some of the clean up and I heard from them just how horrible is was/is.  Our local news covered it too showing graphic photos and sharing stories of those touched personally.

    However, no matter how much you hear of something it's never quite "real" until you see it personally.  The tornado happened 2 months ago.  Progress is being made, but it will be years before this city is rebuilt!  Although I don't live there, from what I could tell, the majority of what has been done is that the streets are clear of debris.  There are still piles of debris along the streets waiting to be picked up.  Some houses are now getting some roofs, but several (tons) still have blue rain tarps over the roofs.  There are many houses that are just GONE!  There is a fowl stench in the air of rotten wood caused by the heavy rain that followed the tornado for several days.  The high school is worse than I could tell from news photos.  I also got to see Cunningham Park.  It's just so sad...

    My heart goes out to the people of Joplin, MO.  and I'm sure yours does too.  There are ways YOU can help!  I found 2 practical, easy ways to help and wanted to share them here.

    Box Tops For Joplin! Rebuild our Schools

    Go HERE to see how collecting Box Tops for Education can help!  They're also collecting from other point reward programs so be sure to check out this page on where to send yours.  If you're an avid couponer you should have TONS of these on the products you purchase!

    Another fun and easy way is to vote HERE for Joplin's Cunningham Park.  For more details on how this works visit this page.  I voted several times today while just sitting at the computer talking on the phone earlier!  There's no limit on how many times you can vote per day!

    I hope this this helps give you all some info. on some things you can do to help.  If you have any other ideas just list them in the comments section below!

    Sunday, July 24, 2011

    Korean Cooking

    Korean Kimbap Korean Food Recipe

    While attending Korea Camp the past few days I learned how to make a few Korean dishes that I thought I'd share in the next couple of weeks.  I'm going to be scouring my local Korean Market checking the prices of these dishes and as soon as I finish gathering all the items and information I'll start posting.  I also bought a Korean cookbook at camp that is loaded with other recipes as well.  I hope you're as excited about this as I am!  Several Korean dishes are made inexpensively so I thought we'd explore together and maybe broaden our menu plan a bit!
    What do you think?  Are you interested in learning a few a these Korean recipes?  Give me some feedback and let me know!

    Wednesday, July 20, 2011

    Price Cutter Deals 7/20-7/26

    You can review the Price Cutter policy HERE. Keep in mind, ymmv at your particular location.
    MEAT/POULTRY/SEAFOOD
    Hormel Always Tender Tenderloin or Loin Fillet (1.24-1.8 lb.) - $5.99
    Use $1.00/1 HERE
    Final Cost $4.99
    Oscar Mayer Bologna or Cotto Salami (12 oz.) - $1.00
    Note: They also have the 16 oz. size on sale for $1.50, but the 12 oz. size is the better deal
    Eckrich Smoked or Polish Sausage (12-16 oz.) - $2.50
    Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 Eckrich Rope or Links Smoked Sausage coupon from the 6/26 SS insert
    Final Cost $2.00 ea.
    Tyson Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast or Tenderloins - $1.59 lb.
    PRODUCE
    Red Bell Pepper - $1.00
    California Peaches Ripe-n-Ready - $0.89 lb.
    DAIRY/REFRIGERATED
    Best Choice Eggs (Large, Dozen) - $1.00
    Hiland Orange Juice (Gallon) - $3.39
    Use $0.45/1 Hiland Orange Juice coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (says “do not double”)
    Final Cost $2.94
    President Feta Cheese (8 oz.) - $4.29
    Use $3.00/2 coupon HERE
    Final Cost $2.79 ea.
    Organic Valley Ultra Half & Half (16 oz.) - $2.89
    Use $0.75/1 coupon HERE
    Final Cost $2.14
    Chobani Greek Yogurt (6 oz.) - $1.89
    Use $0.30/1 coupon HERE (doubles)
    Final Cost $1.29
    BEVERAGES
    Kool-Aid Drink Mix Envelopes (makes 2 qts.) - 8/$1.00 ($0.13 ea.)
    Buy 3, Use B2GO Kool-Aid Envelopes coupon from All You Magazine, July issue (All You magazine has tons of coupons in it every month & is sold exclusively in-store at Walmart, also available on Amazon HERE)
    Final Cost $0.09 ea.
    Dr. Pepper products (2 liter) - $0.99
    FROZEN FOODS
    Michelina’s Frozen Entrees (8-9 oz.) - $1.00
    Buy 5, Use $1.00/5 coupons HERE
    Final Cost $0.80 ea.
    Hiland Old Recipe Ice Cream (56 oz.) - $3.50
    Use $0.50/1 Hiland Old Recipe Ice Cream coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (says “do not double”)
    Or Use $0.55/1 coupon HERE
    Final Cost $3.00-$2.95
    SNACKS/BAKING/SEASONINGS
    Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding (4 pk.) - $1.00
    Buy 4 packs, Use B3GO Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding 4-pk coupon from All You Magazine, June issue
    Final Cost $0.75 ea.
    Cheese Nips Crackers (11-15 oz.) - $1.29
    CANNED/RICE/PASTA/CONDIMENTS
    Hamburger, Chicken or Tuna Helper (4.3-9.2) - $1.00
    Use $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals coupon from the 7/17 or 6/12 SS insert or HERE
    Final Cost $0.75 ea.
    Best Choice Peanut Buutter (18 oz.) - $1.00
    Best Choice Grape Jelly (32 oz.) - $1.00
    BREAKFAST/CEREAL
    Malt-O-Meal Bag Cereal (select varieties 17.5-21.5 oz.) - $1.99
    Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 coupon from HERE
    Final Cost $1.49 ea.
    BREAD
    Sara Lee Honey Wheat Bread (20 oz.) - $1.49
    NON-FOOD
    Dove Men+Care Body Wash (13.5 oz.) or Shower Tool - $4.49
    Buy 2, Use BOGO Dove Men+Care Body and Face Wash (13.5 oz or larger) or Active Clean Shower Tool coupon from the 6/26 RP insert (expires 7/24)
    Final Cost $2.25 ea.
    Brawny Paper Towels (6-8 Rolls) - $5.99
    Use $0.50/1 (doubles, limit 2 on doubling) (some areas got a $1.00/2 coupon)
    Final Cost $4.99-$5.49
    Thanks to Frugal Fritzie for compiling these deals!

    Food 4 Less Deals 7/20-7/26




    This is for the Springfield/Joplin locations
    View the Food4Less website Here



    California Stawberries - 2 lb. container - $2.98


    Ground Chuck - 10 lb. roll - $1.98 lb.


    Kansas City Strip Steak - $4.98 lb.

    Dillon's Deals 7/20-7/26 MEGA EVENT CONTINUES!!!




    You can load eCoupons from the following sites: CellfireShortcutsUpromise,P&GeSaver and Dillons.
    There’s also a new site called SavingStar, read all about it HERE.
    Notes for this week: Dillons’ Mega Event Sale continues this week. Purchase 10 participating items in a single transaction with your shopper’s card and get $5.00 off your total (mix or match).
    MEAT/POULTRY/SEAFOOD
    Hebrew National Franks (11-12 oz.) - $2.50
    Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 Hebrew National Beef Franks 12 oz or larger coupon from All You Magazine, June issue
    Final Cost $2.00 ea.
    Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunch,eat (8-9 oz. tub) - $3.00
    Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 Hillshire Farm Lunchmeat, any coupon from the 7/10 RP insert
    Final Cost $2.50 ea.
    Tennessee Pride Sausage Roll (16 oz.) - $2.99
    Buy 2, Use $1.00/2 coupon HERE or $1.00 off one Tennessee Pride Sausage Product plus Ground Beef or any (2) Tennessee Pride Sausage Products coupon from the 6/19 RP insert
    Final Cost $2.49 ea.
    PRODUCE
    Driscoll’s Strawberries (16 oz.) - $2.50
    Use $0.50/1 coupon HERE
    DAIRY/REFRIGERATED PRODUCTS
    Dillons Eggs (large, dozen) - $0.99
    Sunny D (64 oz.) - $0.99*Wyb 10 participating item $1.49-$0.50
    Use $0.25/1 SunnyD Product coupon from the 5/15 SS insert (doubles)
    Final Cost $0.49
    Daisy Sour Cream (16 oz.) or Smart Balance Spread or Butter Blend (12-16 oz.) - $1.49*Wyb 10 participating item $1.99-$0.50
    Use $1.00/2 Smart Balance Buttery Spreads or Sticks, any coupon from the 7/10 SS insert
    Final Cost $0.99 ea.
    Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice or Trop50 (59-64 oz.) - $2.48*Wyb 10 participating items $2.98-$0.50
    Use $0.50/1 Tropicana Trop50 Lemonade, Raspberry Lemonade or Any 59 oz Flavor (excluding orange juice beverage) coupon from the 6/19 RP insert (doubles)
    Final Cost $1.48
    Silk PureAlmond or PureCoconut (half gallon) - $2.49*Wyb 10 participating items $2.99-$0.50
    Use $1.25/1 Silk Pure Almond Almondmilk or Silk Pure Coconut Coconutmilk, any half gallon coupon from the 7/10 SS insert (some areas received $1.00/1 coupon)
    Or Use $0.75/1 coupon HERE (doubles to $1.00)
    Final Cost $1.24-$1.49
    Dannon Yogurt (various 4-6 ct.) - $1.88
    Use $1.00/2 Dannon Activia coupon from the 6/5 RP insert
    Or Use $0.50/1 Danimals coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (doubles)
    Or Use $0.50/1 Dan-o-nino coupon from the 6/5 SS insert (doubles)
    Final Cost $0.88-$1.38 ea.
    BEVERAGE
    Pepsi products (2 liter) - $0.89*Wyb 10 participating items $1.39-$0.50
    Note: There’s a $1.00 off Tostitos Tortilla Chips 10-13 oz, Tostitos Salsa 10-13 oz and Pepsi, any 2 liter coupon from the 7/10 SS insert, aslo keep an eye out for $1.00/3 hangtag coupons
    Vitaminwater (20 oz.) - $0.59*Wyb 10 participating items $1.09-$0.50
    Welch’s 100% Juice or Essentials Juice (64 oz.) - $2.49*Wyb 10 participating items $2.99-$0.50
    Use $0.55/1 Welch’s Essentials Juice Cocktail Blend coupon from the 6/12 SS insert (doubles to $1.00)
    Or Use $1.00/1 Welch’s Essentials Juice Cocktail Blend coupon from the 5/1 SS insert
    Final Cost $1.49
    Propel Fitness Water (20 oz.) or Lipton Naturals (24 oz.) - $0.49*Wyb 10 participating items $0.99-$0.50
    Ozarka Water (3 liter) - $0.69*Wyb 10 participating items $1.19-$0.50
    BREAD
    Pepperidge Farm Bread, Bagels or Flat Bread (12-24 oz.) - $2.49*Wyb 10 participating items $2.99-$050
    Use $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Bread, any coupon fro the 5/15 SS insert (doubles, some areas got $1.00/2)
    Final Cost $1.49-$1.99
    FROZEN FOODS
    Turkey Hill Ice Cream (select varieties, 48 oz.) - $2.99 (Great price for this brand!)
    Use $1.00/1 Turkey Hill Premium Ice Cream, Light Recipe Ice Cream, All Natural Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, No Sugar Added Ice Cream or Sherbet coupon from the 6/19 RP insert
    Final Cost $1.99
    Ore-Ida Potatoes or Steam N Mash - = $2.49*Wyb 10 participating items $2.99-$0.50
    Use $1.00/2 Ore Ida Sweet Potato Fries coupon HERE (Note: No longer available, zipcode 77477 if needed)
    Final Cost $1.99
    BREAKFAST/CEREAL
    Kellogg’s Cereal (select, 10-20 oz.) or Quaker Cereal (select, 12.5-15 oz.) - $1.99
    If included in the sale, Use $0.70/1 Special K Granola Cereal coupon HERE (zipcode 77477) (doubles to $1.00)
    Use $0.70/1 Rice Krispies Gluten-Free coupon or $1.50/3 or $3.00/5 Special K or $1.00/3 Kid’s Cereal HERE
    Or Use $0.70/1 Kellogg’s Special K Multigrain Oats & Honey, Frosted Mini-Wheats Touch of Fruit in the Middle, Rice Krispies Gluten Free, Crunchy Nut or FiberPlus Caramel Pecan Crunch Cereal, 10.8 Oz. +, Any coupon from the 7/10 RP insert (some areas also received a $5/5 coupon)
    Or Use $0.75/1 Quaker Life Cereal, any coupon from the 6/19 RP insert (doubles to $1.00, some areas got $1.00/2 coupon)
    Or Use $0.50/1 Quaker Cap’n Crunch Cereal, Any coupon from the 4/17 RP insert (doubles, some areas got $1.00/2 coupon)
    Final Cost $0.99-$1.49 ea.
    SNACK/BAKING/SEASONING
    Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies (6.6-15 oz.) - $1.68*Wyb 10 participating items $2.18-$0.50
    Use $1.00/2 Keebler cookies coupon HERE
    Final Cost $1.18 ea.
    Kettle Chips (9 oz.) - $2.29*Wyb 10 participating items $2.79-$0.50
    Use $1.00/1 Kettle Brand Potato Chips, 5 oz or larger coupon from the 6/19 RP insert
    Final Cost $1.29
    Twizzlers (11-16 oz.) - $1.67
    Use $0.75/1 Twizzlers Candy, any 10z or more bag coupon form the 6/26 SS insert (doubles to $1.00) (some areas got $1.00/3 coupon)
    Final Cost $0.67-$1.34 ea.
    CANNED/CONDIMENT/PASTA
    Classico Pasta Sauce (8.1-24 oz.) - $1.99*Wyb 10 participating items $2.49-$0.50
    Use $1.00/2 Classico Pasta Sauces, any coupon from the 5/15 SS insert
    Final Cost $1.49
    Catalina Alert!
    Buy 4=$1.00 Catalina good on your next purchase (So, if you bought 4 & used 2 of the $1/2 coupons above it would work out to $1.24 ea.)
    Kraft Easy Mac or Velveeta Shells & Cheese Cups (1.9-2.4 oz.) - $0.49*Wyb 10 participating items $0.99-$0.50
    Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni (4.2-7.2 oz.) - $0.49*Wyb 10 participating items $0.99-$0.50 (No coupons that I know of out there)
    Frank’s Hot Sauce Small Bottle $1.29
    Use $0.50/1 Frank’s Redhot Sauce coupon from HERE (zipcode 55127) or HERE(doubles)
    Final Cost $0.29
    This post is copyrighted and is a Frugal Fritzie original. Thanks for stopping by!
    NON-FOOD
    Colgate Toothpaste (6.4 oz.) - $0.99*Wyb 10 participating items $1.49-$0.50
    Use $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, any 4 oz or larger coupon from the 7/10 SS insert (Coupon says “No More than 4 Coupons for the Same Product in the Same Transaction”) (some areas got $1.00/2 coupon)
    Final Cost FREE-$0.49 ea.
    Write Bros. Pens (10 ct.) - 3/$1.00
    Crayola Crayons (24 ct.) - $0.25 Limit 12
    Wisk Laundry Detergent (50 oz.) - $3.99*Wyb 10 participating items $4.49-$0.50
    Use $2.00/1 Wisk Laundry Detergent, any 45 oz or larger coupon from the 6/26 RP insert
    Final Cost $1.99
    Kleenex Facial Tissue (68-184 ct.) - $0.99*Wyb 10 participating items $1.49-$0.50
    Use $0.50/3 Kleenex Facial Tissue Box, 50-Ct. or larger coupon from the 7/17 SS insert (doubles)
    Final Cost $0.66 ea.
    Thanks goes to Frugal Fritzie for compiling these deals!