Enter the Free Purex Detergent Coupon Giveaway (3 winners)

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Just a reminder to enter the FREE Purex No Sort Laundry Detergent Coupon Giveaway (3 winners). Head over here to enter.

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Products to Price Match List (April 23-29)

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After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s grocery deals in Utah to price match at Walmart, Target, or another store that prices matches in your area, April 16-22, 2014. The items highlighted in red are really good deals.

Produce
Apples – Gala, Granny Smith, Red, or Golden Delicious- $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Artichokes – $1.00 each (Harmons)

Bell Peppers, green – $0.33 each (Sprouts)

Bell Peppers – red, orange, or yellow – $0.99 each (Smith’s)

Blackberries, 5.6 oz. – $1.67 each (Sprouts)

Broccoli – $0.88 lb. (Fresh Market & Soelberg’s) OR $0.89 lb. (Rancho)

Cabbage, green – $0.25 lb. (Rancho)

Cantaloupe – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Carrots, 1 lb. Mini – $0.99 each (Reams)

Cauliflower – $0.88 lb. (Fresh Market)

Celery – $0.50 each (Rancho)

Cilantro – $0.33 each bunch (Sprouts)

Cucumbers – $0.33 each (Rancho)

Grapefruit, small – $0.33 each (Fresh Market)

Green Onions – $0.33 each bunch (Sprouts)

Jalapeno Peppers – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Mangos – $0.50 each (Sprouts)

Oranges – $0.33 lb. (Rancho)

Pears – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts) OR $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Pineapple – $0.88 lb. (Fresh Market)

Potatoes, 5 lb. bag Idaho Russet – $1.00 each (Fresh Market)

Radishes – $0.33 each bunch (Rancho)

Spinach – $0.50 each bunch (Rancho & Sprouts)

Squash, Italian – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Strawberries, 1 lb. – $1.50 each (Reams) OR $1.67 (Sprouts)

Tomatillos – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Tomatoes, Roma – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Tomatoes, large – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts) OR $0.99 lb. (Fresh Market)

Tomatoes, Pint Grape – $1.67 each (Reams)

Watermelon, seedless – $0.20 lb. (Rancho – April 23 & 24 Only) OR $0.29 lb. (Smith’s)

Watermelon, whole seedless – $3.98 each (Sprouts)

 

Dairy
Store brand milk, gallon – 2%, 1% and skim -$2.39 each (Soelberg’s)

Mountain Dairy Chocolate Milk, gallon – $2.50 each (Smith’s)

Store brand medium cheddar cheese, 2 lb. loaf – $4.99 each (Maceys)

Store brand eggs, large dozen – $1.25 each (Reams)

Yoplait Greek 100 or Greek Yogurts, 5.3 oz. – $1.00 each (Reams)
Use the $1.00/5 Yoplait Greek Yogurt coupon here
Final price: $0.80 each

Dannon Light and FIt Greek Yogurt, 4 ct. – $2.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Dannon Oikos Yogurt, 4 ct. -$2.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

 

Meat
Chicken – Drumsticks or Thighs, family pack – $0.99 lb. (Maceys – April 25 & 26 Only)

Beef – 80% Lean Ground, Family Pack – $2.29 lb. (Reams)

Beef – Rump, Chuck or Crossrib Roast, super value pack – $2.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Pork – Sirloin Chops, boneless max pak – $1.88 lb. (Albertsons)

Pork – Sirloin Chops, bone-in – $1.79 lb. (Fresh Market)

Bar S Meat Franks, 12 oz. – $0.79 each (Maceys)

Store brand tuna in water, 5 oz. – $0.69 each (Harmons)

 

Baking, Food, Snacks
Store brand granulated Sugar, 10 lb. – $3.99 each (Harmons)

Don Julio Tortillas, 14-15 oz. – $0.99 each (Reams)

Rosarita Refried Beans, 16 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Store brand beans, 15 oz. – $0.50 each (Harmons)

Van Camps Baked Beans, 15 oz. Original or Homestyle – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Pace Picante Sauce or Salsa, 16 oz. – $0.99 each (Harmons – April 26 Only – Limit 12)

Las Palmas Enchilada Sauces, 28 oz. – $1.99 each (Reams)

Jif Peanut Butter, 16 oz. – $1.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 2)

Kraft Salad Dressing, 15.8-16 oz. – $1.49 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $0.75/2 Kraft coupon from the SS 4/13/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.12 each

Lawry’s Marinade, 12 oz. – $0.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Hunt’s Ketchup, 24 oz. squeeze bottle – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

American Beauty Pasta, 16 oz. – $0.48 each (Harmons – April 25 Only – Limit 12)

Classico Pasta Sauce, 8.1-24 oz. – $0.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.50/4 Classico coupon here
Final price: $0.62 each

Hunt’s Pasta Sauce, 24 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Hunt’s Diced Tomatoes, 14.5 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)
Use the $0.20/2 Hunt’s coupon from the SS 4/6/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.65 each

Ro-Tel Tomatoes, 10 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Hunt’s Manwich, 15-16 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Chef Boyardee Pasta, 14.75-15 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Mott’s Apple Sauce, 46-48 oz. $1.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 4)

Kraft Handi Snacks Pudding, 4 ct. – $0.79 each (Harmons)

Hunt’s Snack Pack Pudding, 4 pk. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Davids Sunflower Seeds, 2.25-5.25 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Act II Popcorn, 3 ct. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Cheez-It Crackers, 6-7 oz. – $1.25 each (Harmons – April 23 Only – Limit 4)

Keebler Town House or Club Crackers, 9.5-13.8 oz. – $1.50 each (Reams)

Nabisco Cheese Nips, 10-12 oz. – $1.67 each (Harmons)

Pepperidge Farm Crackers, 5-8.6 oz. – $1.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Doritos, 10-11 oz. – $1.88 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Ruffles, 8.5-9 oz. – $1.88 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Store brand potato chips, 9 oz. – $1.50 each (Albertsons)

Garden of Eatin Tortilla Chips, 13-16 oz. – $1.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Keebler Cookies, 6-15 oz. – $1.49 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Ruby Snap Cookies, 6 ct. – $5.99 each (Harmons)

Kellogg’s Nutri Grain Bars, 5-10 ct. – $1.49 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.00/2 Kellogg’s Nutri Grain Bars coupon from the RP 3/16/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.99 each

Kellogg’s Special K Bars, 5-10 ct. – $1.49 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.00/2 Kellogg’s Special K Bars coupon here
Final price: $0.99 each

Quaker Granola Bars, 6-8 oz. Chewy, Dipped and Yogurt – $1.99 (Fresh Market & Reams – When you purchase 6 participating products – Limit 12)

Hormel REV Wraps, 3 oz. – $1.50 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/2 Hormel REV Wraps coupon from the SS 3/2/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.00 each

Marie Callender’s Pies, 28-46 oz. – $4.99 (Maceys)
Use the $1.00/1 Marie Callender’s coupon from the SS 4/6/14 coupon insert
Final price: $3.99

Michelina’s Frozen Entrees, 4.5-7.5 oz. – $0.69 each (Maceys)
Use the $1.00/5 Michelina’s coupon here
Final price: $0.49 each

Banquet Frozen Dinners, 4.9-10.25 oz. – $0.75 each (Maceys – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Stouffer’s Entree, 6-20 oz. – $2.00 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/2 Stouffer’s coupon from the RP 1/26/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.50 each

Stouffer’s Family Size Entree, 57-76 oz. – $7.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.50/1 Stouffer’s coupon from the SS 3/30/14 coupon insert
Final price: $6.49 each

Freschetta Pizza, 16.08-30.88 oz – $3.99 each (Smith’s & Harmons)

Red Baron Classic Pizza, 18.9-23.45 oz. – $1.99 each (Albertsons – Limit 1)

TJ Farms Crinkle Cut Potatoes, 5 lb. – $2.59 each (Reams)

Store brand ice cream, 4 qt. pail- $4.99 each (Maceys)

 

Drinks
Capri Sun, 10 ct. – $0.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Powerade, 32 oz. – $0.50 each (Rancho)

Gatorade or G2, 8 pk, 20 oz bottles – $3.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Old Orchard 100% Juice, 64 oz. – $0.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.00/2 Old Orchard 100% Juice coupon here
Final price: $0.49 each!

Store brand orange juice, frozen 12 oz. – $0.99 each (Fresh Market & Soelberg’s) OR $1.25 each (Maceys)

Pepsi, 8 pk, 12 oz bottles – $1.88 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)

Cascade Ice Sparkling Water, 17.2 oz. – $0.50 each (Harmons – April 24 Only – Limit 12) OR $0.59 each (Albertsons – Limit 8)

 

Household and Personal Care
Cascade Action Pacs, 14-20 ct or Powder or Gel, 75 oz. – $2.99 (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.50/2 Cascade coupon from the P&G 3/30/14 coupon insert
Final price: $2.24

Ajax Dish Soap, 14 oz. – $1.00 each (Albertsons)
Use the $0.25/1 Ajax coupon from the SS 4/13/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.75 each

Downy Fabric Softener, 52-60 use – $3.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.00/2 Downy coupon from the P&G 3/30/14 coupon insert
Final price: $3.49 each

Tide Simply Clean and Fresh, 46-50 oz. – $4.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $3.00/2 Tide Simply Clean coupon from the RP 3/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $3.49 each

Gain Laundry Detergent, liquid, 46-50 oz. – $4.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $0.50/1 Gain coupon from the SS 3/16/14 coupon insert
Final price: $4.49 each

All 2x Liquid Detergent, 50 oz or 20-24 ct. Mighty Pacs – $3.99 each (Harmons)
Use the $1.00/1 All Detergent coupon here
Final price: $2.99 each

Store brand hair gel, 20 oz. – $0.99 each (Maceys)

Hefty One Zip Storage Bags, 17 ct. Gallon or 22 ct. Quart – $1.79 each (Maceys)
Use the $1.00/2 Hefty coupon here
Final price: $1.29 each

Store brand batteries, 16 pk. AA or AAA – $4.44 each (Maceys)

 

Baby
Pampers Diapers, jumbo – $7.99 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $1.00/2 Pampers coupon from the P&G 3/30/14 coupon insert
Final price: $7.49 each

 

Each Walmart store has their own list of stores they will price match. Be sure to double check which stores your local Walmart will  price match. And below are the different starting and ending dates for store sales. Make sure to price match these items while they are on sale.

  • Macey’s weekly ad runs Mon. through Mon. (except in Tooele where the ad  runs Wed. through Wed.)
  • Rancho Market’s weekly ad runs Mon. through Sun.
  • Harmon’s weekly ad runs Mon. through Sun.
  • Soelberg’s weekly ad runs Tues. through Tues.
  • Ream’s weekly ad runs Tues. through Mon.
  • Sprout’s weekly ad runs Wed. through Wed.
  • Albertsons weekly ad runs Wed. through Tues.
  • Fresh Market’s weekly ad runs Wed. through Tues.
  • Smith’s weekly ad runs Wed. through Tues.
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How to Save Money on Baby Products

 Baby Products - Save Money

The average middle-income family spends about $12,000 on child-related expenses in their baby’s first year of life! That’s a lot of money! So as August approaches, I am looking for ways to save on baby products that I need for when our baby boy arrives. Here are some tips to save money on baby products.

1. Shop at Second-Hand Stores and Yard Sales
When I found out we were having a boy, I was excited. I also realized that I needed to purchase baby boy clothes. I have bags of baby girl clothes in my basement, but I only have a few outfits for baby boys. Purchasing clothing, as well as other items, can be expensive, but if you shop right you should be able to pick up some good deals. Try finding new or gently used clothing and other baby items at these places:

  • Children’s Consignment Stores - Stores such as Kid to Kid, Just Between Friends, and Once Upon a Child buy and sell new and gently used children’s clothing and baby items.
  • Thrift Stores – They offer a wide selection of clothing for children. It may take some time to search through the racks, but you should be able to find clothing that is still in good condition.
  • Yard Sales – These can be a great place to find children’s clothing and baby items inexpensively. Since babies grow out of their clothing before they wear it out, you should be able to find outfits that are in good condition at yard sales. To save time, try to plan your trip during neighborhood sales so you can stop by more places at once.

This past week, I headed to a second-hand clothing store in my area that sells new and gently used clothing for children. I looked through all of the 0-3 month baby boy clothes and picked out 23 pieces of clothing for about $60 (see photo above). If I would have spent that $60 at a store like Target, Kohl’s, or Old Navy, I would have only been able to purchase 6-10 pieces of clothing. I now feel I have enough clothing for when our new addition arrives.

You might also want to read the post How to Save Money On Children’s Clothing.

2. Borrow Items and Accept Hand-Me-Downs from Family and Friends
If someone offers you free baby clothing or items, take advantage of the offer and say yes. You might not know if you will use it at first, but there may be items your baby will use and clothing your baby will wear. With the items that you won’t use, donate it or give it away to someone who will use it.

And be sure to ask family and friends if they have baby items that are sitting in storage that they might let you borrow. Most of the time, family and friends are happy to loan items to help you out. I’ve been blessed to have family members give me baby clothes that they no longer are using. I also had a friend give me a changing table that she was trying to get rid of. This helped me so I didn’t have to spend as much money on baby clothes and items.

3. Purchase Diapers on Amazon
One way I’ve saved a lot of money on diapers over the years is by purchasing them on Amazon.com and using the “Subscribe & Save” on the right hand side. And the diapers ship to your house for free! Plus, you can cancel or change shipments for Subscribe & Save at any time. A lot of the time I can get diapers cheaper on Amazon.com than shopping at Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, or Walmart. But before I purchase diapers on Amazon.com, I always check prices on other sites too to make sure I’m getting the best deal, which would be less than $0.20 per diaper. If Amazon doesn’t have a good deal on diapers when I need them, then I will purchase diapers from Sam’s Club.

If you haven’t already signed up yet, and if you are a parent, expecting children, or are a caretaker, then you’ll want to sign up to be an Amazon Mom Member. It’s FREE to sign up!  You’ll get a free three-month trial, and you’ll receive these benefits as an Amazon Mom member:

  • An additional 20% discount on select diapers and wipes when you sign up for Subscribe & Save delivery (you can cancel or change shipments at anytime).
  • 3 months of FREE Two-Day shipping with Amazon Prime.
  • Exclusive discounts and deals for Amazon Mom members.

After a three-month free trial, you will be automatically upgraded to Amazon Prime for $99 a year, but you can opt out online after the free trial so you don’t have to pay.

4. Be Patient
Don’t feel that you need to pick up everything right now for the baby. Purchase the items that you really need such as diapers, blankets, clothing, and a few of the other necessary items. It’s okay to wait until after the baby is born to pick up any additional items you need. Because having a new baby is exciting, don’t rush to purchase items that will end up being unnecessary or you find out you won’t use it or need it. Learn to be patient and watch for sales on items you need.

5. Baby Deals
Here are some other deals to help save money on baby products. I recently ordered the free car seat canopy and nursing cover in the mail. These would also be great gift ideas for new or expecting mothers.

Score a FREE CarSeat Canopy ($49.95 value!) from CarSeatCanopy.com when you use the promo code ENBABY at checkout. You just pay shipping of $12.95. I was going to make my own car seat canopy like I did when my girls were babies, but by the time I purchase fabric and spend time sewing, the price of shipping really isn’t too much.

 

Receive a FREE Udder Covers Nursing Cover ($35 value!) when you use the code ENBABY at checkout. You’ll just pay for shipping, which is $11.95.

 

Get a FREE Seven Slings Baby Carrier ($40 value!) when you use the code ENBABY at checkout. You’ll just pay $11.95 for shipping.

 

Score a FREE Nursing Pillow ($40 value!) when you use the promo code ENBABY at checkout. Just pay shipping, which is about $12.

 

Receive 5 FREE Pairs of Baby Leg Warmers ($50 value!) when you use the code ENBABY at checkout. Just pay shipping and handling.

 

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Pampers Gifts to Grow is a rewards  program where you can earn points from the diapers and wipes you purchase, as  well as obtaining free online codes such as the one above. Once you earn enough  points, you can redeem them for prizes like gift cards. If you aren’t a member  of Pampers Gifts to Grow yet, sign up here and you will  receive 100 points just for signing up!

 

What are ways you save money on baby products?

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Winner of Nature’s Kloth Cleaning Cloth Giveaway

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Thanks to everyone who entered the Nature’s Kloth Cleaning Cloth Giveaway. Congratulations to the winner:

Kelly S.

An e-mail has been sent to notify the winner, who has 72 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

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Rare $0.50 Off Vidalia Onions Loose or Bagged Coupon

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I love when produce coupons are available to print! “Like” Vidalia Onions on Facebook to print a rare $0.50 off Vidalia Onions (5 pounds minimum) Loose or Bagged coupon.

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Pampers Gifts to Grow: 40 Free Points

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Enter the codes below and read the articles to receive another 40 FREE Pampers Gifts to Grow points.

FB987EART6DD014 – 10 points (Expires April 24, 2014)
REGBRU5E4CPA79D – 10 points

Click links below, read the articles, and click “I’ve read it” to receive 10 points for reading each article.

Travel During Pregnancy – 10 points
Your Baby’s First Plane Trip – 10 points

Pampers Gifts to Grow is a rewards  program where you can earn points from the diapers and wipes you purchase, as  well as obtaining free online codes such as the one above. Once you earn enough  points, you can redeem them for prizes like gift cards. If you aren’t a member  of Pampers Gifts to Grow yet, sign up here and you will  receive 100 points just for signing up!

And below are some additional Pampers codes that you can add to your account if you haven’t already. Some of these codes may have expired  by now. If that’s the case, please let me know so I can take them off the list.

  • FBNHSWRBKE32V14 – 10 points
  • TWITNWRK893E014 – 5 p0ints
  • PRWELCOMEU10PTS – 10 points
  • GTGWELCOME10PTS – 10 Points
  • JOINNOW4REWARDS – 50 Points
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Free 7 Day Dial Moisturizing Lotion Sample

free dial lotion sampleRequest a FREE 7 Day Dial Moisturizing Lotion sample by filling out the form. Limit 1 offer per household. Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.

The site is running a little slow, so you’ll need to be patient as you request this sample.

 

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Last Day to Enter Nature’s Kloth Cleaning Cloth Giveaway

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Today is the last day to enter Nature’s Kloth Cleaning Cloth Giveaway. Head over here to enter.

Also be sure to enter the Free Purex No Sort Laundry Detergent Coupon Giveaway (3 winners).

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New Coupons: Philadelphia, New York Color, Secret, Clorox & More

Here are the newest coupons available to print on Coupons.com:

$1.00 off JET-PUFFED, HONEY MAID, and HERSHEY's $0.75 off 1 PHILADELPHIA Soft Cream Cheese Spread

$1.00 off TWO BOXES any flavor Hamburger Helper $6.44 off ground beef and 3 Classic Helper

$1.00 off any Three (3) Horizon™ Mac & Cheese $0.50 off any 2 Campbell's Chunky soups or chilis

$0.55 off any two HORMEL Chili products Buy (1) Tai Pei Entree or Appetizer, get (1) free

$1.50 off any 2 NYC New York Color Products $1.10 off Secret Antiperspirant/Deodorant

$1.00 off Degree Men Deodorant/Antiperspirant $0.50 off any one (1) Caress Body Wash

$1.50 off any one Eucerin Body Lotion or Creme $1.50 off any one NIVEA Q10 Skin Firming Lotion

$1.50 off any one Aquaphor Skin Care $2.00 off any one (1) Excedrin product

$0.50 off any Clorox Smart Seek™ Bleach $10 off Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-2-Ride

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How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven

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I had no idea that you could make hard boiled eggs in the oven, so I had to try it out with my Easter eggs that I needed to cook. Here’s what you do:

Place room-temperature uncooked eggs in a muffin tin to keep them from rolling around. Bake the eggs for 30 minutes at 325 degrees. Take them out of the oven and place the eggs in a bowl of cold water.  It’s that easy! I ate one of the hard-boiled eggs to see how it tasted, and it was delicious and perfectly cooked! Plus, peeling the shell off the egg was extremely easy!

You’ll have to give it a try next time you want hard-boiled eggs!

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