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Buy any type of Purina Pro Plan dry dog food up to $18.99 at any store.
Go here to submit for a rebate.
You can fill out all the rebate information online (you’ll need to take a picture of your receipt), so there is no need to mail anything in. But, you can mail it in if you need to.
Purchase needs to be made by 4/30/2015.
You’ll receive a rebate check in 6-8 weeks.
If you don’t have a dog, it’s a great donation item!
(Thanks for the easier version of this rebate Cherie!)
For those that don’t know, Market on the Move has been overtaken by another organization, Produce on Wheels.
Market on the Move still has some limited distribution sites/dates, but I don’t see any for this Sat. Check out their Facebook page for future updates.
Both organizations offer about 60 pounds of produce for only $10. You can bring a laundry basket or boxes, or they also provide them. It’s a spectacular deal, but keep in mind that they may limit some varieties and some may be close to spoiling. On the other hand, you may be able to walk away with more than you know what to do with of your favorite item, and it may be completely fresh.
If you can find a produce buddy and split the cost, that’s the best way to do it. :) Or, you can make many people happy by sharing it. It can be a lot of food!
I haven’t been to Produce on Wheels yet and it’s been awhile for Market on the Move. If you’ve gone to either organization recently, please share your thoughts in the comments below. Or, if you go on Saturday, I’d love to hear your feedback. Thanks!
Here’s is this Saturday’s schedule for Produce with Wheels . . .
Saturday, February 14 ~ 8am – 1pm
Phoenix Service Area
- Desert Palms Church (7:30am – 11:00am) – 4265 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler 85248
- C.J. Jorgensen Elementary School – 1701 W. Roeser Rd., Phoenix 85041
- Genesis Church – 13625 N. 32nd St., Phoenix 85032
- Phoenix Pride – 801 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix 85003
Tucson and Southern Arizona Service Area
- Arizona State Veterans Home sponsored by Casas Adobes American Legion Auxiliary Unit #73 – 555 E. Ajo Way, Tucson 85713
- Fellowship Bible Church – 6700 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson 85710
- Mount Zion Lutheran Church – 4520 W. Ajo Way, Tucson 85746
- Pima County Community College – YMCA (N.W. Campus) – 7600 N. Shannon Rd., Tucson 85709
- Santa Catalina Catholic Church – 14380 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson 85739
There are tons of great deals going on right now.
Through 2/4, you’ll earn $10 in Kohl’s cash for every $50 you spend.
Redeem the Kohl’s cash from 2/5 – 2/14.
Here are some codes for you:
HOME15 to get $15 off $50 select home department purchase
(This is only on select home items. Thanks, Susan!)
YES20 to save an additional 20% off
ENDJAN50 to get free shipping on orders over $50
And here’s one idea on how you an score a great deal on a Keurig.
My husband and I were just discussing if we should get one of these.
This deal may get me off the fence!
Get a Keurig K45 B40 Elite Coffee Brewer for $99.99 (reg. price is $149).
Comes in black, red, white or blue!
Enter these promo codes:
HOME15 to get $15 off $50 home department purchase
YES20 to save an additional 20% off
ENDJAN50 to get free shipping on orders over $50
You’ll pay $67.99 at checkout and get $10 back in Kohl’s cash.
Making it only $57.99 with free shipping!
There are tons of other great deals at Kohl’s , look around and see what you must have! :)
I used my affiliate link, just in case you make a purchase online. Thanks for using it!
CJ had a good idea too. Go to Fry’s today, 1/31, and get a $50 Kohl’s gift card.
You’ll get 200 fuel points (20¢ off a gallon of gas).
Here are a few quick bullet points for you, if you’re not familiar with Winco:
- Link to full coupon policy here
- Accepts coupons at face value
- Coupons must scan
- No cash back for coupons worth more than product
- Does not accept printable coupons for free items (Buy 1, Get 1 are ok)
- Combine store coupons (mailed sometimes) with manufacturer coupon
- Often has coupons at the entrance to store — check them out!
- Does NOT accept credit cards (will take debit)
- Have to bag your own groceries; bags provided
- Have MANY bulk bins for all kinds of things, even many spices
I moved recently — a whole two miles from my old house. It’s crazy how those two miles changed my thinking about what is close and what is not. There’s a newer Winco near me (south of Baseline, off Country Club). It’s now my closest grocery store.
At first, I was kind of sad since I like to go in with a bargain plan and they don’t have regular ads. (If you got their recent coupons, they’re great ones, though!) But, I really do believe their regular prices are consistently lower than the other grocery stores in Arizona. It make sense. Weekly ads are expensive!
Another way they reduce costs are by having you bag your own groceries and not accepting credit cards. (They do take debit.)
As much as I like a plan, and to have my coupons ready to go, I also like to wander around looking for deals, when I have time. This is a good place to do that.
It’s rare that I need to run in for only one or two things, but when I do need to, I won’t feel as ripped off. It’s the full price “desperate” things that I do not like having to purchase at grocery stores, since they are almost always higher than Target or Walmart. But, I think Winco is very close to the same, if not better, for some items.
Recently, I forgot ice cream for my daughter’s birthday party. I was debating on going up another 1/2 mile, to ad match at Walmart, but decided it wasn’t worth it. Turns out, Winco had their brand for $2.50, which was the sale price somewhere else that week. Good decision!
Any Winco pros out there have any opinions/tips for Winco? I’m still a novice, but think I’ll like it!
Here are some pics of items I stumbled on that I thought were good deals, for things we have coupons for right now. Below is a list of all the coupons, if you want them have them handy. There are many other deals to be found!
Bread: 98¢ (around $1.50 at Walmart, I think)
$0.75/2 Nabsico Cookies or Crackers 01/18/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Garnier $2.50 (same as Walmart)
$2/1 Garnier Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment 01/11/2015 RP Insert (exp 2/7/15)
Deli Fresh: $1.98, other varieites are $2.50 ($3.00ish, at Walmart, I think)
$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunch Meat Packages 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/8/15)
$1/1 Dole Fruit Squish’Ems 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/29/15)
$1/1 printable (Dole Squish’ems)
Texas Toast: $1.98
Ooops — no coupon right now. :(
Mother’s cookies: $2.18
$1/2 Coupons.com (Mother’s cookies, use zip 85225 if not in yours)
Leave a comment if you’re familiar with Winco. Let us know what you think!
Amazon is offering 60% off Logitech products today. Get a wireless mouse for $9.99 or a wireless keyboard for $15.99. These products have great reviews!
If you spend $35, you’ll get free shipping with Amazon, or if you have Amazon Prime, it will be free.
Remember, we put an Amazon search box on the top right of the website. We’d love for you to use it and help support this site. THANK YOU!
Note: Amazon prices can change at any time.
Today only, get Amazon Prime for a year for only $72.
Here are some more benefits of Prime:
Get 40% off shoes for the whole family at Target (limit 4 pairs) — TODAY (1/23) ONLY!
Load the Cartwheel coupon and print out the barcode or use their app in the store. It’s really easy. There’s a limit of 4 and it includes all these brands:
C9 by Champion®, Cherokee, Circo, Converse One Star, Genuine Kids from OshKosh, Mad Love, Merona®, Mossimo Black, Mossimo Supply Co., S SPORT BY SKECHERS, Xhilaration
Look around at other Cartwheel offers. There’s also a 20% off women’s clearance that you can load.
If you have the app, you can scan everything you put in your basket to see if there’s an offer. Sometimes, it’s a big discount, sometimes small, something nothing. Kids love it! Train them to be your bargain scanner while you’re there.
More details here, if you’re not familiar with Cartwheel.
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The one on the top right of the website does.
We added an Amazon search box to the top right of the website. We’d love for you to use it, to start your Amazon search and help support this site. Even if you don’t end up buying the exact item you begin your search for, we receive a small percentage of what you spend. It adds up and makes a huge difference, allowing us to continue what we do, without charging you. THANK YOU!
Plus, who doesn’t like Amazon? Even if I don’t end up purchasing the item from Amazon, I always like to start there, for a comparison. The majority of the time, I end up making my purchase from them. They are very competitive, even during the holidays. As Christmas approaches, we seem to see an Amazon package on our doorstep every couple days . . . and they aren’t gifts from anyone or even for anyone, quite often. Merry Christmas, to us! :)
Thank you for being here and trusting us to bring you great deals, while supporting our site at the same time. It’s truly appreciated!
I haven’t posted this for awhile. My success this morning prompted me to do it again. Here’s my story, if you have time to read it . . :)
My husband has started working from home a lot. This morning, he asked if I could call and bump our internet speed up. I took that as a challenge to increase our speed AND pay less. :)
I called Cox and told them I was shopping around and wanted to know the lowest rates they could offer. I said that I felt like I was paying too much and it wasn’t very fast. They acted like they couldn’t work with me since we don’t have cable (or want it). Bottom line, I could bump up my speed but it would cost me $5 more per month. I told them I was still shopping around. Part of me was thinking $5 wasn’t bad, but I also felt like the guy wasn’t fully engaged or caring about digging deeper for rates.
I hung up and called the same number again, right away. I gave the next guy the same spiel. It was a short call and I’m paying just about $2 less each month, instead of paying $5 more. That’s not a huge savings, but I’ll take an extra $7 in my pocket each month.
Gina had some significant positive results when she called around recently. I highly recommend you do the same.
Here’s what I’ve posted before. I’m just going to copy it . . .
Call all the places where you pay a monthly service. Tell them you are trying to lower your monthly bills and that you’re calling around to get rates. Tell them you want the lowest price they can give you, so you can do a comparison. You’ll be surprised that you may get it lowered!
Beyond that, a favorite of mine is Republic Wireless. Their 3G plan that has unlimited everything is only $25 per month!! I can’t believe what people pay for cell service. It blows my mind. (Their fine print says if you use more than 5GB of data in a month, they’ll slow you down. They’ll also “forgive” you once every 6 months.”)
My husband uses their $10 per month plan and loves it. He has unlimited calls and texting. For that plan, you won’t have 3G, but you can connect to any wireless network. The best part is that you can switch to the 3G (or any plan) and get a pro-rated rate, whenever you need it. That’s true with any of their plans. I know the $10 plan isn’t for everyone, but it also may be just what someone is looking for. You can see their various plans by clicking “plans” on the top menu bar at this link.
Currently, I use Virgin Mobile, but I really can’t recommend them, due to several customer service issues I’ve had with them over the past two years or so. But, they have similar pricing. Be prepared to pay for your monetary savings in time on the phone and frustration, though. :(
Both require you to purchase the phone, but don’t have any contracts. (I will probably switch to Republic sometime, but I can’t rationalize paying for a new phone when mine is fairly new and works fine for what I need.)
Most of you are probably under contract now, but tuck the information away for the future. I’ll try to remember to remind you from time to time. :)
Note: There are similar plans the above out there, but thee are the ones we have the most have experience with.
And . . . don’t forget to call your other monthly service providers . . . insurance, TV, home phone, internet, cell phone, energy provider (SRP or APS), newspaper, gym membership, and ?? You’ll know what they are — the ones that kill you to keep paying more than you like . . . every single month!
Note: Kelly, reminded me . . . ask APS or SRP if you think you might qualify for a discount, due to low income. It’s worth asking and seeing if you qualify! (Thanks, Kelly!)
Note: As I finished this post, it hit me that I might be able to become an affiliate with Republic Wireless. I looked and they have a program. I just wanted you to know that I will receive a commission if you sign up with my link, but that was not my original intent in sharing this information. I’m still amazed that I can share so many deals that I think are awesome — and get paid! Thanks for using my links. It helps support everyone who works hard on this site. It’s the only way I can keep all this going — too much work for me to do alone! Your support is appreciated!