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Uddercovers is offereing a FREE patterned breastfeeding cover (a $35 value). The promo code is “ENBABY.

Click “Shop Now”, select any cover you would like. You will automatically be directed to the “shopping bag” where you can enter the promo code “ENBABY” This promo code will take off 100% of the nursing cover purchase and all you are required to pay are the shipping fees of $13.99 per cover. You can use the code more than once – you just have to open a new browser window to do so.

These make great shower gifts. I absolutely loved my nursing cover, especially when I had baby #2 and #3 when I was always on the go at playdates. I like the Uddercovers nursing cover because they have a rigid neck line so you can look down at baby for eye contact or to get a good latch and still be completely covered.

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Get a FREE carseat canopy (a $49.95 value) from CarseatCanopy.com. The promo code is “ENBABY

Click on “Shop Now”, select any canopy you would like (be sure to go to their sizing page so you can get the right size carrier for you). Once you have selected your size, you will automatically be directed to the “shopping bag” where you can enter the promo code “ENBABY” This promo code will take off 100% of the canopy purchase and all you are required to pay are the shipping fees of $14.99 per canopy. You can use the code more than once – you just have to open a new browser/window to do so.

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Walgreen’s Deals 8/31/14 – 9/6/14

Walgreens

Here are the freebies and good deals I found in this week’s Walgreen’s advertisement.

Want to learn how to save at Walgreen’s? Check out this guide to shopping with coupons at Walgreen’s.

FREEBIES
Morton epsom salt, 4 lbs $4.00
- $4.00 register reward
= FREE

Scope mouthwash, 16.9 oz $2.99
- $2.50 register reward
- $0.75 printable coupon
= FREE

GOOD DEALS
Always discreet, pads, 12-20 pack, panitliners, 30-49 pack $4.99
- $1.50 coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
- $1 liner printable coupon
- $1 pad printable coupon
= as low as $3.49

Bic disposable razors, 3 to 6 pack $5.99
- $1 register rewards
- $2 coupon from 8/24/14 SS
= $2.99

Blue Diamond almonds, 6 oz Buy One, Get One Free
- $1/2 coupon from 8/17/14 SS

Butterball turkey bacon, 6 oz $1.49
- $1 printable coupon
= $0.49

Colgate slimsoft or 360 clean toothbrush, optic white mouthwash, 8 oz or toothpaste, 3.5 oz $3.49
- $2 register reward
- $1 toothpaste coupon from 8/17/14 SS
= as low as $0.49

Cottonelle bathroom tissues, 12 large rolls $3.99
- $0.50 coupon from 8/10/14 SS
= $3.49

Lindsay olives, 5 or 6 oz, limit 3 $0.99
- $1/2 printable coupon
= $0.49 each

Maxwell House coffee, 11 or 11.5 oz $2.99

Milk, gallon, limit 2 $2.99

Morton iodized salt, 26 oz or Nice! baking soda, 16 oz, limit 3 $0.59

Nature’s Bounty health supplements, Buy One Get one Free
- $1 coupon from 8/3/14 RP
- $1 printable coupon

Nestle candy, 0.77-2.1 oz, limit 6 $0.49

Nice! one dozen Grade A large eggs $1.49

Nice! whole cashews, 8.5 ozor deluxe mixed 10 or 10.5 oz nuts $2.99

Palmolive dish liquid, 10 oz $0.99

Scott naturals paper towels, 6 rolls $3.99
- $1 printable coupon
= $2.99

Wexford mini memo books 50-80 sheets or 2 pocket paper folders, limit 6 6/$1.00

Wexford pencil sharpener or index cards 3×5 100 pack, limit 4 $0.49

Wexford Posterboard 22×28 in, limit 4 $0.69

Wexford No.2 pencils, 20 pack $0.99

Wexford Filler paper, 130 sheets $0.99

Wexford Dry-erase markers, 4 pack $0.99

Wexford retractable gel pens, 4 pack $0.99

Wexford sheet protectors, 50 pack $0.99

***Earn 5,000 points when you spend $20 on the following P&G products***
Bounty paper towels, 3 double rolls $4.99
- $0.25 coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
= $4.74
Charmin ultra bathroom tissue, 6 double rolls $3.74
- $0.25 coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
= $3.49
Covergirl, Buy one, get one 50% off
- $1 eye product coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
- $2.50/2 nail products coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
- $1.50/2 gloss balms or XL nail gels
- $2 +Olay face lift product
- $0.50 printable coupon
= price varies
Gain laundry detergent, 22-32 loads, excludes liquid $5.99
- $1 coupon from 8/10/14 RP
= $4.99
Pantene hair care, 12.6-16.9 oz 3/$10.00
- $5/3 coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
= 3/$5.00
Tide laundry detergent, 22-32 loads $5.99
- $0.50/1, $1/2 or $2/3 coupon from 8/31/14 P&G
= as low as $5.32 each

PHOTO DEALS
4×6 Prints For 9 cents each When Shipped To Your Home, Ongoing 30% off Photo Gifts w/ code GIFTTHIRTY 35% Off all Prints orders w/ code ALLPRINTS35 40% off Photo Mugs and Drinkware w/ code PICMUG

ONLINE DEALS
$30 off select Norelco items w/ code NORELCO30 FREE SHIPPING on all orders of $25 or more. No promo code needed. Offer is now ONGOING. Get 50 Balance Rewards points for every $1 spent on health & wellness products (100 points if it’s Walgreens brand) Spend $25 on select GoodNites Tru-Fit Diapers, earn 10,000 Balance Rewards points


Get 50 Balance Rewards points for every $1 spent on health & wellness products (100 points if it's W

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Back to School Deals 8/31/14 – 9/6/14

There are still some great deals for back to school. Make sure to stock up on school supplies for the entire year, because these sales only happen once a year.

BACK TO SCHOOL

DOLLAR GENERAL
2 pocket or 2 pocket with prongs folders $0.25
iMagine crayons 24 ct $0.33
Composition book $0.50
DG index cards 3c5 100 ct $0.50
iMagine pencil sharpener $0.50
DG office index dividers, 5 pk $0.75
Filler paper wide or college ruled, 125 ct $1.00
Backpacks $8.00

KMART
Dixon 8 ct #2 yellow pencils $0.50
Rose Art 24 ct crayons $0.50
Papermate 10 ct stick pens $0.50 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = FREE)
Elmer’s 2 ct glue sticks $0.50
See-thru plastic binder pouches $0.50
Post-it 3×3 1 ct super sticky notes $0.50
Solid colored poly folders $1.00
Crayola 64 ct crayons $4.00

OFFICE MAX/OFFICE DEPOT
***in-ad coupon $5 off purchase of $20 or more on any Expo, Paper Mate or Sharpie products***
Office Depot or Office Max brand plastic 12″ rulers, limit 3 $0.25
Scholastic & Office Max brand pourable glue, 4 oz, limit 3 $0.25
Sharpie single permanent markers $0.50
Single Inkjoy pens $0.50
Paper mate pink pearl erasers, 3 pack $1.00
Paper mate sharpwriter mechanical pencils, 0.7 mm 12 pack $2.00 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.50)
Sharpie pen 4 pack $2.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.00)
Expo dry-erase soft pile erasers $2.00
Paper mate erasermate pens, 5 pack $2.00 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.50)
Expo dry erase markers, 4 pack $2.00 ($1.25 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $0.75)
Expo low odor dry-erase markers, ultra fine point 4 pack $2.00 ($1.25 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $0.75)
Boise X-9 copy paper ream, 500 sheets, limit 3 $3.00
Scotch & Duck brand duct tape $3.00
Iris latch storage boxes, limit 3 $3.00
Paper Mate clearpoint mechanical mechanical pencils, 2 pack $3.00 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $2.50)
Sharpie fine permanent markers, 5 pack $3.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $2.00)
Sharpie mini fine-point permanent markers, 4 pack $3.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $2.00)
Sharpie retractable permament makers, 3 pack $4.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $3.00)
Sharpie neon permanent markers, 5 pack $5.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $4.00
Sharpie accent RT highlighters 5 pack $5.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $4.00)
Office Depot & Office Max brand manila file folders, 100 pack $5.00
Sharpie tank style highlighters, 12 pack $6.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $5.00)
Paper Mate profile retractable pens, 12 pack $6.00 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $5.50)
Expo Dry-erase starter kits, chisel tip 4 pack $6.00 ($1.25 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $4.75)
Sharpie flip chart bullet tip markers, 8 pack $6.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $5.00)
Sharpie permanent markers, 24 pack $10.00 ($1 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $9.00)
Expo low-odor dry-erase markers, chisel tip, 12 pack $10.00 ($1.25 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $8.75)
Paper Mater flair porous points pens, 12 pack $10.00 ($0.50 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $9.50)

SHOPKO
College or wide ruled 70 ct notebooks, limit 18 $0.19
Crayola 24 ct crayons, limit 4 $0.50
Elmer’s school glue 4 oz, limit 4 $0.50

TARGET
Mead five star 2 pocket poly prong folder $1.75 ($2/2 coupon from 8/3/14 SS = $0.75 each)
Bic 26 ct Xtra sparkle mechanical pencil $3.50 ($1/2 Target store coupon, $1/2 coupon from 8/3/14 SS = $2.50 each)
Crayola 24 ct supertips washable markers $3.50
Swingline anywhere stapler with built-in staple remover $4.00
Post-it notes 400-note cube $4.00 ($1 Target store coupon = $3.00)
Select backpacks and lunch kits 30% off

WALGREENS
Wexford mini memo books 50-80 sheets or 2 pocket paper folders, limit 6 6/$1.00
Wexford pencil sharpener or index cards 3×5 100 pack, limit 4 $0.49
Posterboard 22×28 in, limit 4 $0.69
Wexford No.2 pencils, 20 pack $0.99
Wexford Filler paper, 130 sheets $0.99
Wexford Dry-erase markers, 4 pack $0.99
Wexford retractable gel pens, 4 pack $0.99
Wexford sheet protectors, 50 pack $0.99

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Labor day is coming up! For many, that means, cook outs, picnics and a day off work!  For us, that means grilling steak while my father-in-law helps us install a new storm door.  I hope you’re doing better than I am!  Looking at this week’s sales, here are some menu suggestions for you.

Main Dishes 

  • Steaks – Like I said, we’ll be grilling out this weekend.  This is the marinade that I’ll use.
  • Barbeque Chicken Sandwiches – This is a great way to get the taste of barbequed chicken without having to man a grill.  Cook it right in the crockpot!
  • Bean & Cheese Burritos – One of my favorite lunches, but it can also be a dinner!  My husband isn’t a bean fan, but you could add hamburger.  She also includes instructions for freezing them.  No reason to make 4 when you can make 16 and keep your freezer full!
  • French Bread Pizza – This is an easy way to do “homemade” pizza without having to tackle a “homemade” dough.  I often buy the loaves of bread that are on ‘clearance’ by the bakery section, freeze them, and then dig it out for this meal.
  • Chicken, Green Chile and Cheese Enchiladas – This is still one of my favorites.  In fact, I have chicken defrosting in the freezer just to make some of these.  I make a full batch, but serve half now and freeze half for later.  Freezes beautifully!

I really like Italian food.  I like it the first time I serve it, but what makes it awesome is that the leftovers are usually wonderful too!  This recipe is no exception.  It takes 5 minutes to put together, then an hour to bake.  Lovely!

If you were making Sausage & Peppers sandwiches, I wouldn’t cut the sausages very small.  Serving it over pasta?  Make ‘em smaller.  Feeding a crowd?  This dish easily multiplies.  And if you wanted to minimize the meat, just add more veggies.  For me, I do at least 3 bell peppers and I’d even be content with going down to ½ pound of sausage and I’d still think of it as very filling.

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Italian Sausage & Peppers

Found on and adapted from Reluctant Entertainer

Ingredients:
2-3 large bell peppers (any color you want)
1 large sweet onion
1 tp garlic, minced
1/2 tsp oregano
salt, pepper to taste
1 lbs Italian sausage
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
2-3 cups of your favorite spaghetti sauce
1 lb of pasta or hoagie buns

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 375.

2. Slice peppers and onions into strips (like fajita style).

3. In a 9×13 pan, mix peppers, onions, garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper and oregano together.

4. Cut sausage links into pieces.  I do bigger than bite size, but if you did smaller, it would shorten your baking time.  It depends on how you’re going to serve it.

5. Put sausages onto of the veggies.

6. Bake for about 40 minutes until vegetables are soft.

7. Add in the spaghetti sauce and stir it into the sausage, peppers and onions.

8. Bake for another 15 minutes.  Make sure the sausages are done before serving.

9. Boil your pasta if you’re going to serve it over spaghetti.  Or prepare your hoagie buns if you’re making sandwiche.

10. Serve!

Jayme is a wife to 1 and, so far, a mother to two little boys. She coupons, but isn’t super extreme about it. She price matches and loves it! While she likes to cook, she’s in the stage of life where simple is usually better! She never knows how many hands she’ll have free at dinner time! You can find her at No Regrets Living.

 

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This was a rough week of food temptations and a pinched nerve, but I am already back on track for the 5K on September 21.

5kruntraining

FOOD TEMPTATIONS
My trainer recommended a low carb, no processed sugar diet for me and I have been following that the last four weeks with great success. I’ve lost six pounds so far! However, this week was tough. My husband brought home donuts from work and I had a moment of weakness. Before I knew what happened, I devoured the entire thing and it was delicious! About 10 minutes later I had a belly ache.

If it was just one donut I don’t think I’d feel so guilty, but I attended a Whole Foods sampling for my blog on Saturday and indulged again. I also brought home a big bottle of beer to finish off that night. I can tell you, having not had any alcohol in over a month, the beer did not sit well with me. It’s also no suprise that I did not lose any additional weight this week.

This week of food indulgences really made me realize how important good nutrition is to my body and how many years I have ignored what my body really needs. I am committed to continue with the healthier food choices, but will allow myself an occassional treat. I usually feel worse after the treat, so it’s a good reminder why I need to nourish my body with healthy foods.

NERVE PAIN
This week, I started noticing pain in my hip that runs down one side all the way into my ankle. It does not hurt when I exercise, but is more a general ache that doesn’t seem to go away with any amount of stretching. My trainer believes it may be a pinched nerve from the new desk chair we bought this weekend. Who would have thought?

He recommended repeating the week 5 easier training schedule and rest as needed. He also suggested not sitting at my desk for more than 10 minutes at a time and taking frequent breaks to help with circulation. I started doing this already and have noticed the ache is decreasing.

WEEK 6 TRAINING SCHEDULE

Day 1: Easy jog for 5-8 minutes
8 laps on track, fast run on straightaways and walk on curves
Walk to cooldown for 5-10 minutes
Day 2: 40 min hilly walk
Day 3: OFF
Day 4: 40 min hilly walk
Day 5/6: Run for 30 minutes one day and take the other day off
Day 7: Strength training of choice for 30 minutes

What are your food temptations? How do you stay strong and committed to your diet and training goals? Please leave a comment.

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Disclosure: Whole Food provided compensation for this post. However, all opinions expressed are mine.

WHOLE FOODS FREE SAMPLE SATURDAYS
I had a wonderful experience at Whole Food’s Saturday Food Sampling event, ‘Taste What We’re All About’. Every Saturday in Omaha from noon to 3pm, stop by Whole Foods and sample FREE food and drink at stations throughout the store. There were about a dozen stations with everything from blue cheese chicken sausage, gourmet cheeses, cookie gelato sandwich, fresh coconut milk, dry shampoo samples and even alcohol. Bring a designated driver because there were samples of 11 wines & sangria, three beers and even vodka! Plus, the special that day was $5 build your own Bloody Mary and they were delicious!

samplesaturday(pictured in photo with me: Kathy from Kissing the Frog)

MORE EVENTS AT WHOLE FOODS
Did you know Whole Foods has a calendar of fun events each month? They have kid’s cooking classes, wine & cheese tasting, DIY beauty make’n takes, store tours and cooking classes. The great thing is some of these classes are completely FREE of charge. You just need to pre-register to reserve your spot since there are limited spaces available.

You can even have your kid’s birthday party at Whole Foods and pick from a variety of fun themes, like make your own pizza or ‘gross out’ foods. My boys would LOVE the gross out food party. The cost is competitive at $175 for 10 kids and $15 for each additional kid. It’s worth the money since they take care of the fun activities, the food and, most importantly, all the mess!

SAVE MONEY & COUPON AT WHOLE FOODS
I’ve heard many people refer to Whole Foods as ‘Whole Paycheck’ and that is definitely NOT the case if you shop smart! Any store can break the bank if you shop without a plan and Whole Foods is no exception. However, if you shop Whole Food’s sales and stack coupons you can save BIG at Whole Foods and eat a more natural diet. When I teach my coupon classes, people are always shocked when they find out I cook mostly from scratch and eat lots of fresh foods and still average more than 50% savings off my grocery bill. It is possible to eat well and save money! Here’s how to do that at Whole Foods:

save money at whole foods

Every Wednesday, the Omaha Whole Foods has a new sales flyer that can be up to 50% off select products (sales flyer is online at Whole Foods Omaha website or find more specials on their Facebook page ) Also, Whole Foods releases a Whole Deals magazine once a month FULL of store coupons. The August 2014 issue alone had $55 in savings. Did you know you can use one of Whole Food store coupons and one manufacturer coupon PER item? That’s basically saving double on your groceries! I’ve seen shoppers save 30-50% off their groceries at Whole Foods by shopping sales and stacking coupons! You can easily locate any available manufacturer savings using a coupon database. It’s all about shopping smart to save at Whole Foods.

What is your favorite item to purchase at Whole Foods? How do you save money shopping at Whole Foods? Are you excited to attend a Saturday ‘Taste What We’re All About’ Food & Drink sampling? Leave a comment.

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Note: All deals considered stock up prices after coupon and store savings will be highlighted in red. Here is a full list of stockpile prices.

Abbreviations:
P&G = Proctor & Gamble insert
SS = Smartsource insert
RP = RedPlum insert

omaha grocery deals
ALDI
85% lean ground beef patties, 3 lb $8.99
Fresh whole chicken, 5.5 lb average weight $0.95/lb
Kirkwood chicken drumsticks, 3 lb average weight $1.19/lb
Parkview griller sausages, 4 oz $2.49
Parkview super dogs, 80 oz $5.99
Blueberries pint $1.25
Multi-colored peppers, 3 ct, 20 oz pack $1.49
Organic baby carrots, 16 oz $0.99
Strawberries, 16 oz $1.25
Sweet corn, 4 ct pack $1.25
Tomatoes on the vine, 24 oz pack $0.99
Benton’s original fudge striped shortbread cookies, 13 oz $0.95
Burman’s yellow mustard, 20 oz $0.69
Fine feline canned cat food, 5.5 oz $0.35
Happy Farms American cheese singles, 12 oz $1.79
PurAqua drinking water, 24 16.9 oz bottles $1.99
Sundae shoppe fudge pops, regular or no sugar added, 21 oz $1.69

BAKER’S
Ball Park franks, 15 oz $1.25 ($0.55 coupon from 8/3/14 RP = $0.70)
Kroger dinner links, 10 ct 52 oz package $10.00
Kroger imitation crab, 8 oz $1.99
St Louis style ribs $1.99/lb
Cantaloupe $1.99 each
Colorado yellow peaches $0.99/lb
Honeydew $1.99 each
Iceberg lettuce $0.99 each
Organic kale $0.99/bunch
Organic red or green seedless grapes $1.99/lb
Red tomatoes on the vine $0.99/lb
Simple Truth organic cut vegetables, 10 oz $2.50
9 Lives cat food, 5.5 oz can $0.33
Alexia potatoes, 13.5-28 oz $2.99
American Beauty pasta, 16 oz $1.00
Annie’s natural macaroni & cheese, 5.25- 6 oz $1.00 ($0.35 printable coupon = $0.65)
Blue diamond nut thins, 4.25 oz $2.00 ($1/2 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.50 each)
Chef Boyardee pasta, 7.5-15 oz $0.88 each when you buy 8 ($0.50/4 coupon from 8/3/14 SS = $0.76 each)
Gatorade 32 oz, Powerade 32 oz, Vitaminwater 20 oz or Smartwater sportcap 700 ml $0.69 each when you buy 10
Gravy Train doog food, 13.2 oz Can $0.33
Lay’s Kettle cooked chips 7-8.5 oz, limit 4 $1.77
Lay’s Stax, 5.5-5.75 oz $1.25
Manwich sauce, 14 oz $1.00
Pepsi, 8 pack 7.5 oz cans $2.50 ($1 Baker’s digital coupon = $1.50)
Pictsweet frozen vegetables, 6-12 oz $1.00
Popsicle frozen treats, 8 ct $1.00
Rotella Italian bread, 16 oz $1.00
Santa Cruz organic lemonade, 32 oz $1.50
Silk soy milk, almond or coconut milk, 1/2 gallon $2.99
Starkist chunk light tuna or pouches, 2.6-5 oz $0.79 ($1/2 pouch coupon from 7/27/14 SS = $0.29 each)
Wolf chili with beans 15 oz $1.00
Big K soft drinks, 12 pack 12 oz cans $2.00 each when you buy 5
Dillons buns 8 ct $1.00
Kroger salad dressing 16 oz $1.50 ($1/3 Baker’s digital coupon = $1.17 each)
Kroger sour cream or dip, 16 oz $1.00
Kroger frozen vegetables, 10-12 oz $1.00

***Baker’s Only Deal***
Buy 4 select Kellogg’s cereals, 9.1-18 oz or Keebleer cookies, 6.6-15 oz @ 4/$10.00, Get a FREE gallon of milk or 1/2 gallon of organic milk
- $1/2 cereal coupon from 8/3/14 RP
- $1/2 Mini Wheats coupon from 7/27/14 RP
- $1/2 and $1/3 printable cereal coupons
- $1/3 cookie coupon from 8/3/14 RP
- $0.75 printable coupon with 500 points and $1.50 printable copuon with 1000 Kellogg’s Rewards points

BAG’N SAVE & NO FRILLS SUPERMARKETS
Farmland pork riblets, feather bones, sold in 10 lb box $1.29/lb
John Morrell smokies, 12 oz $1.99
Dole classic salad or cole slaw, 12-14 oz $0.99
Sweet yellow onions $0.88/lb
Whole seedless watermelon $2.49 each
7Up or Dr Pepper, 12 pack cans or 8 pack 12 oz bottles, limit 4 $2.22 each when you buy 4 ($1 TEN 12 pack printable coupon = as low as $1.22)
7UP or Dr Pepper, 2 liter bottle $0.99
Armour lunchmakers, 2.5-2.9 oz $0.99
Blue Bunny ice cream, 4 quart $3.99
Green Giant frozen vegetables, 12 oz, peans, broccoli, green beans, niblets corn or mixed vegetables $0.99
Hiland orange juice, 64 oz $1.99
Keebler Fudge Shoppe or E.L. Fudge cookies, 6.6-12.5 oz $1.99 ($1/3 coupon from 8/3/14 RP, $0.75 printable coupon with 500 points and $1.50 printable copuon with 1000 Kellogg’s Rewards points = as low as $0.49)
Lawry’s marinades, 12 oz $1.99
Mott’s applesauce, 6 pack $1.99 ($1/2 printable coupon = $1.49 each)
Skinner pasta, 12 oz rigatoni, twirls, penne or trio $0.99
Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce, 18 oz $0.99
Vlasic pickles 16-26 oz $1.99
Vlasic relish, 9-10 oz $0.99
Our Family facial tissue, 85-160 ct $1.00
Our Family hamburger or hot dog buns, 8 ct $0.98
Our Family heavy duty cutlery, 48 ct $1.25 ($0.30 printable coupon = $0.95)

***BAG’N SAVE & NO FRILLS ONLY***
Buy 6 participating products, save $3.00 instantly at checkout. See ad for full list. Best deals include (note: price listed is after instant savings):
Capri Sun drinks, 10 ct $1.38 ($1/2 coupon from 8/3/14 RP = $0.88 each)
Claussen dill pickles, 20-32 oz $2.49
Kool Aid drink mix, 19-20 ct canister or 6.6 oz singles $1.49
Kraft salad dressing, 14-16 oz $1.49 ($0.75 printable coupon , $0.55 printable coupon, Both coupon fro 15.8 oz+ only = as low as $0.74)
Maxwell House coffee pods, 18 ct or Gevalia coffee, 12 oz $4.99
Oscar Mayer weiners, 16 oz, excludes beef & cheese $0.99
Philadelphia cream cheese, 8 oz tub $1.99
Velveeta skillets, 8.6-15.6 oz $1.99 ($0.60 coupon from 2/23/14 SS – expires 8/31 = $1.39)

***BAG’N SAVE & NO FRILLS 4 DAY SALE (Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon Only)***
Hunt’s ketchup, 24 oz $0.69
Mrs gerry’s deli salads, 3 lb potato, macaroni or cole slaw $4.99
Wimmers natural casing weiners, 24 oz $5.99

FAREWAY
93% lean ground beef $3.99/lb
Armour meatballs, original or Italian, 14 oz $2.00
Bone-in chicken breast $1.88/lb
Deli shaved ham $3.49/lb
Farmland sliced bacon, 12-16 oz $2.99
Top of Nebraska sirloin $5.99/lb
Dole baby carrots, 16 oz bag $0.99
Granny Smith apples $0.99/lb
Green Giant Russett potatoes, 5 lb bag $1.69
Navel oranges $0.99/lb
Crystal sugar, 4 lb bag $1.49 (with in-ad coupon)
Hefty one zip baggies, 10-20 ct $1.88 ($1/2 printable coupon, $1.50/2 coupon from 8/10/14 RP 10ct+, $1/2 coupon from 7/13/14 RP 10ct+ = as low as $1.13 each)
Oscar Mayer basic lunchable, 3.4 oz $1.00
Post kid’s cereal honey comb 12.5 oz, golden crisp 14.75 oz, waffle crisp 11.5 oz, fruity pebbles 11 oz, cocoa pebbles 11 oz, rasian bran 20 oz $1.87
Puffs facial tissue, 56-64 ct cube $1.00 ($0.25/3 coupon from 7/27/14 P&G – expires 8/31 = $0.92 each)
Fareway potato salad, 3 lb $3.99
Fareway quick oats, 42 oz $2.49
Fareway steamable vegetables, 12 oz $1.00

HY-VEE
85% lean ground beef, 16 oz roll, limit 2 $2.48
Eckrich smoked sausage, 13 or 14 oz $2.50 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver, $1 printable coupon+ or BOGO coupon from 8/24/14 RP = as low as $1.25 each)
Seasoned chicken leg quarters $1.19/lb
Columbine green grpaes $1.38/lb
Dole celery $1.28 each
7Up products, 12 pack cans or 8 pack 12 oz bottles, limit 4 $2.25 (4/$9.00 with in-ad coupon, $1 printable coupon for TEN 12 packs = as low as $1.25)
Betty Crocker mashed or ultimate potatoes, 4.7 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver, $0.50/2 printable coupon)
Classics by Palermo’s pizza, 11-11.7 oz $2.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver, $1/2 printable coupon = $1.50 each)
Giorgio mushroom pieces & stems, regular or no salt 4 oz $0.88 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
GoGo Squeez apple sauce, 4 ct $2.28 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver, $1 coupon from 8/3/14 SS = $1.28)
Green peppers $0.68 each
Blue Bunny ice cream, 1.75 quart square, limit 2 $1.99
Gatorade, 8 ct 20 oz bottles or Propel 12 ct 16.9 oz $3.88
Haagen-Dazs or Edy’s ice cream cups, 3.6-5.8 oz $1.00
Hunt’s pasta sauce, 24 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Jack’s pizza, 14.5-17.7 oz $3.00 ($0.03/gallon Fuel Saver)
KC masterpiece BBQ sauce, 18 oz $0.69
Kraft cool whip, 8 oz $0.99 ($1 Cool Whip and 2 jello puddings = price varies)
Kraft Easy Mac or Velveeta shells & cheese, 1.9-2.39 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Kraft miracle whip or mayo, 30 oz $1.99 ($0.75 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.24)
Lay’s potato chips, 9.5-10 oz, limit 2 $1.49
Michelina’s entrees, 4-9.5 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver, $1/5 printable coupon = $0.80 each)
Nabisco snacks crackers, 3.5-9.5 oz $1.68 ($0.75/2 coupon from 8/10/14 SS = $1.30 each)
Pepsi 2 liter bottles $0.99
Pepsi products, 12 pack cans, 8 pack 12 oz bottles or 6 pack 24 oz bottles, limit 4 $2.50 (4/$10 with in-ad coupon)
Purex laundry detergent, 128 or 150 oz or 54 ct ultra packs $6.48 ($0.02/gallon Fuel Saver)
Renuzit adjustables, 7-7.5 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Sabra hummus, 10 oz, buy one at $4.49, get one free
Van Camp’s pork and beans, 15 oz $0.50
Hy-Vee butter, 1 lb, limit 2 $2.48
Hy-Vee health market organic soy or almond milk, 64 oz $2.58 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee English muffins, 12 ct $1.98
Hy-Vee macaroni & cheese, original 7.25 oz $0.50
Hy-Vee mother’s choice or Tippy toes baby food, 4 oz $0.50 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee pancake and waffle miz, 10.6-32 oz $1.99 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee partner or dinner, 6-8.25 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee pasta, 12-16 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee rice & sauce or noodles & sauce, 4-5.7 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee tortilla or corn chips, 10-13.6 oz $1.67 ($0.02/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee vegetables frozen, 10-16 oz $1.00 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Hy-Vee yogurt, 6 oz $0.40
Midwest Country Fare bath tissue, 12 double rolls or paper towel, 8 rolls $3.33 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Midwest Country Fare light brown or powdered sugar, 2 lb $1.48 ($0.01/gallon Fuel Saver)
Midwest Country Fare canned vegetables, 14.5-15 oz $0.50

***Hy-Vee 5 Day sale with in-ad flyer coupons (Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon Only)***
Coke products, 12 pack cans or 6 pack 16.9 oz bottles, limit 4 $2.25 (4/$9 with in-ad coupon)
Dr Pepper, 7Up, A&W, sunkist, squirt, RC or Diet rite, 12 pack 12 oz cans or 8 pack 12 oz bottles, limit 4 $2.25 (4/$9 with in-ad coupon)
Heinz tomato ketchup, 38 oz, limit 1 $1.58 ($0.25 coupon from 8/17/14 RP = $1.28)
Hy-Vee sour cream dips, 8 oz, limit 2 $0.48
Pillsbury classic brownie mix, 18.4 oz box, limit 1 $0.99
Rotella’s small hamburger, hot dog or brat buns, 6-8 ct, limit 2 $0.88
Van Camp’s pork & beans, 15 oz can, limit 3 $0.33 (3/$1.00 with in-ad coupon)

SUPER SAVER
Bar S franks, 16 oz $0.87
Landlocked seafoods cooked shrimp, 31-40 ct 1 lb bag $3.77
Oscar Mayer bologna or cotto salami, 14-16 oz $0.98
Oscar Mayer ham or turkey, 16 oz $2.18
Oscar Mayer selects, deli fresh or carving board meats, 5.5-9 oz $2.98
Pilgrim’s chicken leg quarters $0.87/lb
Broccoli $1.27/bunch
7UP, Pepsi or Coca-Cola products, limit 2 $4.97 each when you buy 2 of the same brand
A1 steak sauce, 10 oz $2.38 ($0.55 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.83)
Betty Crocker cake mix, 15.25 oz $0.98
Bimbo white bread, 20 oz $1.18 ($0.55 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $0.63)
Blue Bonnet quarters, 16 oz $0.68
C&H granulated sugar, 4 lb $1.73 ($0.75/2 printable coupon = $1.35 each)
Gevalia coffee, 12 ct $4.88
Jell-O pudding or gelatin, .3-3.9 oz $0.65 ($1 off Kool Whip & 2 Jell-o pudding printable coupon = price varies)
Kool Aid, makes 2 quarts $0.10
Kraft cheese, chunk, crumbles or shredded, 5-8 oz $1.78 ($1/2 coupon from 8/3/14 SS = $1.28 each)
Kraft cheese made easy or Velveeta shells & cheese, 4 pack $2.28
Kraft homestyle macaroni & cheese, 12.6 oz $1.98
Kraft miracle whip or mayo, original 22 oz squeeze bottles $1.98 ($0.75 coupon from 8/17/14 SS = $1.23)
Kraft pasta salad, 6.4-6.6 oz $0.86
Xtra laundry detergent or Nice’n fluffy fabric softener, 38-50 use $2.00
Best Choice water, limit 2 24 pack 1/2 liter bottles $1.98

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