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New coupons: Nature's Own Bread & Sister Shubert's!

Posted January 8, 2014

Smart Shopper: Good Deal

The .55/1 Nature's Own Bread and .75/1 Sister Shubert's coupons are available again to print!  Click on the Smart Shopper coupons link under the picture to the left. Then change the zip code to 80004 to see these coupons.

Harris Teeter deal: The Sister Shubert's mini loaves are BOGO this week for $2.19 each - .75 coupon = .69!

Thanks to RaleighFoodBlogger for posting about the Nature's Own coupon in the Share the Deals section today!


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 9, 2014

    luvstoQ - if you use Swagbucks, you can go to their website and use the same format there but you get 10 Swagbucks per coupon redeemed! The coupons are located under the Discover tab. It's a double whammy - great coupons and extra Swagbucks! :-)

  • luvstoQ Jan 9, 2014

    RALEIGHFOODBLOGGER, thank you for suggesting I go to, resetting the zip code to print coupons - was able to change zip and print successfully!

  • kmcloughlin Jan 9, 2014

    We found it at and then type in the 800004 zip code. We had a problem finding a place to change the zip code on the SmartShopper Coupons link too.

  • jlrosas81 Jan 8, 2014

    How do you get these coupons? I tried clicking on the smartshoppers link but I cant find where to change zip code? Please help, I don't want to miss out on this great deal ;)

  • baseball2hockey Jan 8, 2014

    Also wanted to say thank you to the bloggers that mentioned about the $5 Mueller ZVR savings. I got to use mine yesterday and it brought it into the negative. I chose to pick some lovely easter lilies to bring home which were marked as Manager's Special and I told the cashier that I wanted to take a bit of spring home since it sure was bitter out last night. thanks again for posting and sharing all those great finds.
    on another note: last years' new years resolution was trying to see how much money I could accumulate in 1 entire year by finding pennies and such on the ground. So, on new years morning 2014 I sat down and counted it all. Drumroll please: almost $60 in change that most people would just walk by and not bother picking up. Just wanted to share that. It sure adds up, one little penny at a time.

  • baseball2hockey Jan 8, 2014

    hi faye, too funny. also wanted to say : happy new (savings) year

  • kellis Jan 8, 2014

    THANKS for the Swagbucks tip!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 8, 2014

    baseball2hockey - LOL - we posted the same thing at the same time about the Swagbucks coupons! What is it they say about great minds..... ;-)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 8, 2014

    Honestly, I recommend that you go to Swagbucks and print your coupons from there. You earn 10 Swag Bucks for each coupon you redeem and you can easily change the zip code on their page.

    And I just added the link to the Smart Shopper Coupons. Sorry about that. FYI - you can always find the Smart Shopper coupons link on the home page of the blog in the box that indicates Print Grocery Coupons, as KELLIS kindly pointed out. :-)

  • baseball2hockey Jan 8, 2014

    I always print my coupons through swagbucks where it is real easy to change the zipcode and you can earn 10 swagbucks with each coupon redeemed.