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Share the deals 3/14

Posted March 14, 2011

Found a deal? Here's the place to share it with all your couponing friends! Feel free to brag about an awesome shop or share an unadvertised clearance sale or any other deals you find.


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  • Nancy Mar 15, 2011

    There is a catalina deal beginning 3/18 at Kroger that goes like this:
    Buy participating McCormick products:

    * McCormick Herbs
    * McCormick Spices
    * McCormick Black Pepper
    * McCormick Garlic & Onion
    * McCormick Extracts
    * McCormick Food Color

    Purchase 2 And Receive A $1.50 Catalina Coupon Valid On Your Next Order ($0.75 Savings Each)

    Purchase 3 Or More And Receive A $2.50 Catalina Coupon Valid On Your Next Order ($0.83 Savings Each)

    Ends: 04/10/2011

    With Easter coming and the coupons from McCormicks that came out in Sunday's paper, there is bound to be a deal on these items during that time so keep that in mind :)

  • Oxymoron02 Mar 15, 2011

    In Petsmart today, at the Banfield counter, there were tearpads for Greenies. $1 off 6 oz feline bags. Free, upto $3, canine individually wrapped. All the canine Greenies in my Petsmart (White Oak) were under $3, just have to pay the sales tax.

  • Nancy Mar 14, 2011

    mollieclaire - that's an awesome find on the Filipo Berio oil spray! I'm going to have to check out my HT and if need be, hop over to HT at Walnut@Tryon :) Thank you so much!

  • mollieclaire Mar 14, 2011

    Harris Teeter has Filipo Berio 7fl oz cooking & baking spray in Extra Virgin and Extra Light Tasting for $1.80 (VIC). At the Tryon store in Cary there is a blinky one shelf down dispensing $1.00 off coupons good for ANY Filipo Berio product, making total cost = 80 cents! :)

    Cocoa Pebbles cereal bars are on sale @ Harris Teeter 2/$4.00; buy one box for $2.00, use the 75c/1 coupon from this past Sunday's paper and total cost = 50 cents.

  • sangmariep Mar 14, 2011

    This is good until tomorrow at Food Lion.... Hefty 1 quart and 1 gallon storage and freezer bags, regularly $2.19 each-on sale, 10 for $10.00. Use the $1.00 off 2 Hefty items(Red Plum 2/20) and it comes out to $0.50 each!!!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Mar 14, 2011

    Good to know, RCC but with little girls, not always the best/fastest option. They tried on nearly EVERY pair of glasses at the eye place last time and I am not going to send back 20 pairs of glasses for them to try at Zenni. WHat's the synonym of tween? Vain! LOL

    Plus,it's fully covered with our insurance so not a problem to pay a tad more at the register and get reimbursed in full and have MUCH less stress and hassle! :-)

    But, certainly may be worth it at Zenni if a person does not have insurance. 3 pairs for $85 rocks!

    RCC - thanks for the thoughts! :-)

  • heremeaj Mar 14, 2011

    I can't thank you all enough for the feedback on glasses, had never heard of Zenni or cheap glasses. We really appreciate the advice.

  • Oxymoron02 Mar 14, 2011

    I really need to read ALL the comments before submitting, OK last post.

    Faye, did you know you CAN try on Zenni? Seriously, they'll mail you frames. You try them on, decide if you like them and send them back. They charge $5, I think, to send them to you, and then credit that $5 towards your eye glass order when you return the frames.

  • Oxymoron02 Mar 14, 2011

    Bah! Let's try this again.

    For the love of all things holy, PLEASE, DON'T let SD fall on the 23rd. My birthday is that week. I was really hoping not to run the risk of looking like a savings psycho running out to SD on my birthday.

    Though, it would increase attendance at the coupon swaps on the 22nd and 24th.

    Blatant Yahoo Group plug:

    Join us and stay updated with info on local coupon swaps! Swaps scheduled in FV and Benson around the projected start of SD.

  • Oxymoron02 Mar 14, 2011

    heremeaj, I second the recommendation for Zenni Optical. My husband and I ordered 3 pairs in December. They take a little time to get to you, but you can't beat the price.

    My husband needs transition lenses (migranes), and he's partial to rimless. He got Zenni's generic equivalent to transitions (Poly....something) for a lot less than name brand transitions for much less.

    For 3 pairs, including one rimless w/ transitions, and including shipping, we paid ~$85.

    Nancy, I'll hit Wags too if I have a shot of rolling those RRs. RRs tend to curl up and die, unused in my binder, so I try to avoid getting too many.