Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring is finally here and it’s time to spring clean our homes. I know this may sound a little odd, and it’s my Type A personality coming out, but I LOVE to clean! I especially love the final product of seeing something organized and clean. My family used to laugh at me when I was young because I would organize all of the clothes in my drawer, and then I would organize my sisters’ clothing drawers. Thank goodness I’m not quite that bad anymore, but I still do like things to be cleaned and organized.

Below are a series of posts I’ve written about spring cleaning. I hope they motivate and give you tips to spring clean your home. There are also time-saving and money-saving cleaning tips that will help you out.

Spring Cleaning: Organizing and Getting Started
Spring Cleaning: DIY Cleaning Products
Spring Cleaning: Speed-Cleaning Tips
Spring Cleaning: Professional Cleaning Tips and Tricks
Spring Cleaning: How to Keep Your House Clean All Year Long

The first of this series is Spring Cleaning: Organizing and Getting Started:

1. Analyze Areas
Take a few minutes to mentally survey each room. Then in a notebook, write down the problem areas in the room that need improvement. These should be parts of the room that bother you, or that your family has a difficult time keeping neat and clean.

2. Be Realistic
You need to realize that you don’t need to get your spring cleaning completed all in one day or one weekend. With two young children, there’s no way that I can focus on something for more than 15-30 minutes at a time. I plan to do my spring cleaning over the course of the month.

3. Use a Checklist
This is something I enjoy doing. Make sure to check off each item as you complete the task. It’s a way to show that you’ve accomplished something, and I think it feels great to mark an item off the list.

Here are some cleaning checklists that will help you out.

Honey Bear Lane Spring Cleaning Checklist
Martha Stewart Spring Cleaning Checklist
CasaSugar Spring Cleaning Checklist
Imperfect Homemaking Spring Cleaning Checklist

4. Get Started
Now, you’ll need a game plan to help you prioritize and stay on task. Pick a room a day and get it cleaned and organized before moving onto the next one. That way you don’t just transfer items from one room to another before deciding what to do with the items. Make sure to begin with the least favorite rooms first when you are most motivated. Once you complete the most difficult areas of your house at the beginning, everything else will feel much easier to finish.

Gather your supplies in a bucket and carry them with you from room to room so you don’t waste time running back to the cleaning closet.

5. Make Sorting Easy
Gather storage tubs or garbage bags and label them with the following categories: Keep, Throw Away, Recycle, Sell, and Donate. As you look through the items in your home, decide what you want to do with each item and place it in the appropriate pile.

6. Make Your Spring Cleaning Fun
Don’t think of spring cleaning as a chore. Instead, think of it as something that will help you feel good about yourself and your clean and organized home.

Play some fun, upbeat music while you dance around the house with your spring cleaning supplies. Set the timer to give yourself time limits for completing small tasks, and try to complete the tasts before the timer goes off.

7. Give Yourself a Reward
Once you’ve finished cleaning or decluttering for the day, congratulate yourself for a job well done by rewarding yourself with something like a movie or dinner out.

Remember that getting started is the hardest part of spring cleaning.

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New Coupons: Nestle, Gerber, Johnson’s, Colgate & More

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

$1.00 off TWO (2) NESTLE or WONKA Fun Size Bags $0.75 off 1 PHILADELPHIA Soft Cream Cheese Spread

$3.00 off any THREE Kellogg's Cereals $0.50 off HORMEL NATURAL CHOICE meat

$1.00 off any four Minute Maid 59 fl oz cartons $1.00 off OxiClean Liquid Laundry Booster

$0.55 off any ONE (1) Dixie Ultra Moments™ Product $0.75 off any ONE (1) Wesson Cooking Oil

$2.00 off any Colgate twin pack toothpaste $1.00 off REACH Total Care, Dentotape or Flosser

$1.00 off any (1) LISTERINE SMART RINSE 500ml $1.00 off any 1 LISTERINE Mouthwash 1L or larger

$1.00 off one Gerber Graduates 2pk Training plates $0.75 off any DESITIN Diaper Rash Product

$0.75 off any one (1) JOHNSON'S Baby product $3.00 off two (2) Coppertone Sunscreen Products

$0.75 off ONE Pantene Styler or Treatment Product $2.00 off any ONE (1) TRESemme Treatment

$2.00 off any TWO (2) ARM & HAMMER™ Detergents

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*HOT* $3/3 Kellogg’s Cereal Coupon + Target Deal Scenario

$3.00 off any THREE Kellogg's Cereals

Coupons.com has a high-value $3.00/3 Kellogg’s Cereals coupon. Print this now, and be sure to print it twice. Then head to Target to get the following deal. You could also price match this deal at Walmart, but you won’t be able to get quite as good a deal without the Target Cartwheel offer.

Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats – $2.50 each (through 4/26)
Purchase 3 boxes = $7.50
Use the 50% Off Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats Target Cartwheel offer here (will deduct $3.75)
And use the $3.00/3 Kellogg’s Cereal coupon here
Final price: $0.75 total (which is just $0.25 per box!)

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Cereal – $2.75 (through 4/19)
Purchase 3 boxes = $8.25
Use the 25% Off Kellogg’s Rice & Cocoa Krispies Cereal Target Cartwheel offer here (will deduct $2.06)
And use the $3.00/3 Kellogg’s Cereal coupon found here
Or use the $1.00/2 Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Cereal coupon here
Final price: $3.19 total (which is just $1.06 per box!)

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Last Day to Enter Perrigo Nutritionals Baby Food Giveaway

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Today is the last day to enter the Perrigo Nutritionals Baby Food Products and “Say Goodbye to Survival Mode” Book Giveaway. Head over here to enter.

And be sure to enter these other giveaways:

Nature’s Kloth Cleaning Cloth Giveaway
Free Purex No Sort Detergent Coupon Giveaway (3 winners)

 

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Giveaway: Free Purex Detergent Coupon (3 Win) + $1,000 Sweepstakes

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When I received the new Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent in the mail, the first thing my husband said was that this detergent is perfect for men because they can throw all of their clothes in the washer without having to sort. I just laughed at his comment. But it’s true, and this detergent isn’t just for men!

Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent features a breakthrough Anti-Color-Transfer Technology which traps loose dyes in the wash and reduces color bleeding accidents in your mixed color loads. Plus it leaves clothes bright and clean. I really like that I can stop sorting laundry when I use this detergent. Sometimes I have small loads I run in the wash, but with this detergent it’s nice to be able to cut down on the number of loads I wash each week because I am able to wash two different loads together.

Purex Sweepstakes
To celebrate the release of the new Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent, the Purex brand is holding a sweepstakes where one grand prize winner will receive $1,000, and 100 second place winners will receive a coupon for a free Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent. Head over here to enter the sweepstakes. And enter daily through April 28, 2014 for a better chance of winning.

Purex Coupon Giveaway
And thanks to Purex, three Saving Cent by Cent readers will each win a coupon for a FREE Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent. To enter the giveaway, use the Rafflecopter form below. And you can receive one FREE entry into the giveaway just for visiting Saving Cent by Cent!

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The giveaway will end April 28, 2014 at midnight MST. It is only open to U.S. residents ages 18 and older. The winners will be notified by e-mail and have 72 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. The Purex brand provided me with a sample of Purex No Sort for Colors detergent in exchange for a product review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Waikiki Meatballs with Sweet & Sour Sauce

Waikiki Meatballs with Sweet & Sour Sauce

My friend made these Waikiki Meatballs with Sweet & Sour Sauce when we were at her house for dinner one evening. They were so good, I just had to make them! You can prep the meatballs ahead of time and put them in the fridge or freeze them. This is also a meal that you could throw in the crock pot right after lunch.

Waikiki Meatballs with Sweet & Sour Sauce
 

Ingredients
  • Meatballs:
  • 1 lb. ground turkey or ground beef
  • ⅔ cup cracker crumbs or bread crumbs
  • ⅔ cup onion, chopped
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon ginger
  • Sauce:
  • 2 Tablespoons cornstarch
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ⅓ cup vinegar
  • 3 Tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 can (20 oz.) pineapple tidbits
  • ⅔ cup green pepper, chopped

Instructions
  1. To make the meatballs, mix together the ground turkey/beef, cracker crumbs, onion, egg, milk, salt, pepper, and ginger.
  2. Roll them into 1-inch diameter balls and place on a baking sheet with parchment paper. Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
  3. The meatballs can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the fridge or freezer.
  4. To prepare the sweet and sour sauce, in a pan combine the cornstarch and brown sugar. Mix in the vinegar, soy sauce, and pineapple juice and stir. Add in the cooked meatballs, green pepper, and pineapple and cook on the stove until the sauce thickens.
  5. Serve over rice.
  6. Directions for crockpot: Prepare and cook meatballs per the directions above. In a crockpot, mix together the cornstarch and brown sugar. Stir in the vinegar, soy sauce, and pineapple juice. Add the green peppers and pineapple. Stir. Then place cooked meatballs on top. Cover and cook on high for 3-4 hours. Serve over rice.

 

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Walmart: Free 5X7 Photo with Easter Bunny (April 12 & 13)

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On April 12 & 13 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., participating Walmart locations will be offering a FREE 5×7 Photo with the Easter Bunny. It appears that all the Walmart stores are participating, but it’s best to contact your Walmart before you head over to make sure they are participating.

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Products to Price Match List (April 9-15)

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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 9-15, 2014. The items highlighted in red are really good deals.

And Smith’s case lot sale goes one more week through April 15, 2014. Head over here to see which case lot deals you should price match at Walmart.

Produce
Apples, red – $0.50 lb. (Rancho – April 9 & 10 Only)

Apples – Gala or Jonagold – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts) OR $0.99 lb. (Maceys)

Bananas – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Bell Peppers – red, yellow, or orange – $0.88 each (Sprouts)

Broccoli – $0.79 lb. (Maceys)

Cabbage, green – $0.49 lb. (Reams)

Carrots, baby 1 lb. bag – $0.98 each (Sprouts) OR $0.99 each (Maceys)

Cauliflower – $0.79 lb. (Maceys)

Celery – $0.50 each (Rancho)

Cilantro – $0.33 each bunch (Sprouts)

Cucumbers – $0.33 each  (Rancho)

Garlic, 5 pack bag – $0.79 each (Rancho)

Grapefruit – $0.50 each (Sprouts)

Grapes, green and red – $1.79 lb. (Rancho – April 9-10 Only)

Green Onions – $0.33 each bunch (Sprouts)

Lemons – $0.89 lb. (Rancho)

Lettuce, Iceberg – $0.50 each (Rancho)

Lettuce – Romaine, green or red leaf – $0.79 each (Reams)

Mushrooms, 8 oz. package – $1.49 each (Reams)

Oranges – $0.20 lb. (Rancho)

Pears – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Pineapple – $0.89 lb. (Reams)

Potatoes, 5 lb. bag Russet – $0.99 each (Maceys – April 11 & 12 Only)

Radishes – $0.20 each bunch (Rancho – April 12 & 13 Only) OR $0.33 each bunch (Sprouts)

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

Tomatillos – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Tomatoes, Roma – $0.69 lb. (Rancho)

Watermelon, seedless – $0.33 lb. (Rancho) OR $2.98 each (Sprouts)

 

Dairy
Store brand milk, gallon 1% & 2% – $2.50 each (Rancho – April 9-10 Only)

Store brand shredded cheese, 8 oz. – $1.67 each (Maceys – April 11 & 12 Only)

Store brand cream cheese, 8 oz. – $0.98 each (Albertsons) OR $1.00 each (Smith’s)

Store brand real margarine, 16 oz. quarters – $0.79 each (Maceys)

 

Meat
Chicken – boneless skinless breasts, family pack – $1.59 lb. (Reams)

Ham – Cooks Shank Portion, bone-in fully cooked – $0.99 lb. (Albertsons – Limit 1)

Store brand premium chicken, 10 oz. can – $1.67 each (Fresh Market)

 

Baking, Food, and Snacks
Malt O Meal Twin Pack Cereal, 28 oz. Cocoa or Fruity Dyno Bites or 29 oz. Oat Blenders with Honey – $1.88 each (Maceys – April 11 & 12 Only – Since Walmart might not carry this, head to Maceys to grab this deal)

Nature Valley Breakfast Biscuits, 8.85 oz. Honey or Blueberry – $1.69 each (Reams)
Use the $0.50/1 Nature Valley Breakfast Biscuits coupon here
Or use the $0.75/1 Nature Valley Breakfast Biscuits coupon from the SS 3/16/14 coupon insert
Final price: As low as $0.94 each

Store brand brown sugar and powdered sugar, 2 lbs. – $1.25 each (Smith’s)

Carnation Evaporated Milk, 12 oz. – $0.99 each (Albertsons)
Use the $0.55/2 Carnation coupon from the RP 1/26/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.72 each

Jell-O Gelatin or Pudding, .6-6 oz. – $0.99 each (Albertsons – Limit 10)

Hunt’s Snack Pack Gel or Pudding, 4 pk. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Pillsbury Cake and Brownie Mixes, 19.5 oz. – $0.88 each (Maceys)

American Beauty Pasta, 12-16 oz. – $0.79 each (Maceys)

Hunt’s Pasta Sauce, 24 oz. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Hunts Tomatoes, 10-14.5 oz. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Ro-Tel Tomatoes, 10 oz. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner, 7.25 oz. – $0.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 10)

Rosarita Refried Beans, 16 oz. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Van Camps Baked Beans, 15 oz. – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Kraft Barbecue Sauce, 17.5-18 oz. – $0.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 10)

Hunt’s Ketchup, 24 oz. bottle – $0.79 each (Reams – When you purchase 10 participating products promo)

Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayo, 30 oz jar or 22 oz squeeze bottle – $2.99 each (Albertsons – Limit 4)
Use the $0.75/1 Kraft coupon from the SS 3/9/14 coupon insert
Final price: $2.24 each

Ken’s Salad Dressing, 16 oz. – $1.49 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/2 Ken’s Salad Dressing coupon from the SS 3/2/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.99 each

McCormick Grill Mates, 2.5-3.5 oz. – $2.00 each (Smith’s)
Use the $0.75/1 McCormick coupon from the RP 4/6/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.25

Campbell’s Soups, 10.5-11.5 oz. – $1.00 each (Harmons)
Use the $0.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soups coupon here
Final price: $0.87 each

Imagine Broth, 32 oz. – $3.00 each (Harmons)
Use the $1.00/1 Imagine Broth coupon here
Final price: $2.00 each

Store brand mandarin oranges, 10.5-11 oz. – $0.50 each (Maceys)

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, 5-10 ct. – $1.88 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/2 Quaker coupon from the RP 3/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.38 each

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, 4.5-8 oz. – $1.25 each (Maceys – When you purchase 4 participating products promo)
Use the $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks coupon here
Final price: $1.00 each

Jolly Time Microwave Popcorn, 3 ct. – $1.50 each (Harmons)
Use the $1.00/2 Jolly Time coupon here
And/or use the $0.50/1 Jolly Time Popcorn coupon from the SS 3/9/14 coupon inser
Final price: $1.00 each

Doritos or Ruffles, 7.75-11 oz. – $2.00 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 2)

Kettle Brand Potato Chips, 13 oz. – $2.50 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/2 Kettle coupon here
Final price: $2.00 each

Flipz Pretzels, 5 oz. – $1.00 each (Smith’s)

Keebler Chips Deluxe or Sandie’s Cookies, 11-14.08 oz. – $2.00 each (Harmons)

Nabisco Newtons Cookies – $2.50 each (Harmons – When you purchase 2)
Use the $0.75/1 Nabisco coupon from the SS 2/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.75 each

Reese’s Individual Easter Peanut Butter Eggs, 1.2-1.5 oz. – $0.69 each (Harmons)
Use the $1.00/3 Reese’s coupon from the SS 2/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.36 each

Werthers Chews – $1.48 each (Albertsons)
Use the $1.00/2 Werthers coupon from the SS 4/6/14 coupon insert
Final price: $0.98 each

Oscar Mayer Basic Lunchables, 3.1-4.4 oz. – $0.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 6)

Oscar Mayer P3, 2 oz. – $0.69 each (Albertsons – Limit 6)
Use the $1.00/2 Oscar Mayer P3 coupon from the SS 3/16/14 coupon insert
Final price: As low as $0.19 each

Stouffer’s Entrees, 6-12.75 oz. – $2.50 each (Harmons)
Use the $1.00/2 Stouffer’s coupon from the RP 1/26/14 coupon insert
Final price: $2.00 each

Store brand frozen potatoes, 22.5-32 oz – $1.67 each (Smith’s)

Michelina’s Entree, 4-9.5 oz. – $0.88 each (Smith’s)
Use the $1.00/5 Michelina’s coupon here
Final price: $0.68 each

Meadow Gold Ice Cream, 48 oz. – $2.50 each (Reams)

 

 

Drinks
Kool-Aid Jammers, 10 pk. pouches – $0.99 each (Albertsons – Limit 4)

Capri Sun, 10 pk. pouches – $1.49 each (Albertsons – Limit 8)

Kool-Aid, .01-.23 oz. envelopes – $0.09 each (Albertsons – Limit 24)

Langers Apple Juice, 64 oz. – $1.25 each (Maceys)

Shasta Soda, 2 liter bottles – $0.69 each (Maceys)

Pepsi, A&W, or Sunkist, 2 liter bottles – $1.00 each (Maceys – When you purchase 4)

Coke, Sprite and Dr. Pepper, 2 liter bottles – $0.99 each (Reams)

Sunny D, 64 oz. – $0.88 each (Albertsons)

Hawaii’s Own Frozen Juice, 64 oz. – $0.88 each (Albertsons)

Vitaminwater, 20 oz., or Smartwater Sportcap, 700 ml. – $0.69 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 6)

 

Household and Personal Care
Speed Stick GEAR Deodorant or Antiperspirant, 2.7-3 oz. – $3.00 each (Albertsons)
Use the $2.00/1 Speed Stick coupon here
Final price: $1.00 each

Irish Spring Bar Soap, 8 ct. – $2.88 each (Maceys)

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes, 35 ct. – $1.99 each (Maceys)
Use the $0.50/1 Lysol coupon from the SS 2/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.49 each

Hefty One Zip Storage Bags, 12-20 ct. Quart or Gallon – $1.69 (Reams)
Use the $1.00/2 Hefty coupon here
Final price: $1.19 each

All Laundry Detergent, 32-50 oz. – $2.99 each
Use the $1.00/1 All Laundry Detergent coupon here
And/or use the $2.00/2 All Laundry Detergent coupon from the RP 3/2/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.99 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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Smith’s Case Lot Sale Continues One More Week

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Smith’s case lot sale is continuing for one more week through April 15, 2014. Below are the good deals from the case lot sale with the best deals highlighted in red. Be sure to head over to Smith’s to stock up on the products you use most in the kitchen. Or you can head to Walmart and price match the deals there. If you go to Walmart, be sure to check out my Products to Price Match List (which I will have later up this morning) to see what other products are on sale this week that you should price match.

Kroger Flour, 5 lb bag – $1.65 each (Case of 8 = $13.20, Limit 2 cases)

p$$t Sugar, 4 lb bag – $1.59 each (Case of 10 = $15.90, Limit 2 cases)

Tillamook Cheese, 5 lb bag – $10.99 each

Botan Calrose Rice, 20 lb bag – $9.99 each

Kroger Evaporated Milk, 12 oz. – $0.69 each (Case of 24 = 16.56, Limit 2 cases)

Kroger Vegetable Oil, 48 oz. – $1.99 each (Case of 9 = $17.91, Limit 2 cases)

Betty Crocker Cake Mix or Brownie Mix, 19.9 oz. – $1.00 each (Case of 12 = $12.00, Limit 2 cases)

Moms Best Natural Cereal, 11.5-16.5 oz. – $1.00 each (Case of 8 = $8.00, Limit 4 cases)

Campbell’s Chunky Soup, 18.6-19 oz. – $1.00 each (Case of 12 = $12.00, Limit 2 cases)

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, 10.75 oz. – $0.55 each (Case of 48 = 26.40, Limit 2 cases)
Use the $0.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soup coupon here (print it twice)
Final price: $0.42 each

Kroger Tomato Sauce, 8 oz. – $0.20 each (Case of 24 = $4.80, Limit 2 cases)

Kroger Tomatoes, 14.5 oz. – $0.50 each (Case of 24 = $12.00, Limit 2 cases)

Annie’s Macaroni and Cheese, 5.25-6 oz. – $1.00 each (Case of 12 = $12.00, Limit 4 cases)

Chef Boyardee Pasta, 7.5-15 oz. – $0.85 each (Case of 24 = $10.20, Limit 2 cases)

Betty Crocker Hamburger, Chicken or Tuna Helper, 4.7-12.2 oz. – $0.88 each (Case of 12 = $10.56, Limit 2 cases)

Chicken of the Sea Tuna, 5 oz. – $0.60 each (Case of 48 = $28.80, Limit 2 cases)

Jennie-O Ground Turkey, 90% lean, 1 lb. roll – $1.99 each (Case of 12 = 23.88, Limit 2 cases)

Dole Pineapple, 20 oz. – $0.85 each (Case of 12 = $10.20, Limit 2 cases)

Kroger Canned Fruit, 15-15.25 oz. – $0.75 each (Case of 24 = $18.00, Limit 2 cases)

Kroger Vegetables, 14.25-15.25 oz. – $0.50 each (Case of 24 = $12.00, Limit 2 cases)

Van Camps Pork and Beans, 15 oz. – $0.50 each (Case of 24 = $12.00, Limit 2 cases)

Simple Truth Organic Beans, 15 oz can – $0.79 each (Case of 12 = $9.48, Limit 4 cases)

Simple Truth Organic Broth, 32 oz. – $1.25 each (Case of 12 = $15.00, Limit 4 cases)

Kroger Peanut Butter, 16-18 oz. – $1.42 each (Case of 12 = $16.99, Limit 2 cases)

Hunts Snack Pack Pudding, 4 ct. – $0.85 each (Case of 12 = $10.20, Limit 2 cases)

Langers Apple Juice, 64 oz. – $1.25 each (Case of 8 = $10.00, Limit 2 cases)

Kroger Water, 24 ct. – $2.50 each

 

And here are more deals at Smith’s this week that you might want to pick up:

Kroger Brown Sugar and Powdered Sugar, 2 lbs. – $1.25 each

Thomas English Muffins or Bagels, 6-10 ct. – Buy One Get One Free

Alouette Cheese Spread, 6.5 oz. – $2.50 each
Use the $1.00/1 Alouette Cheese Spread coupon from the RP 1/26/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.50 each

Kroger Yogurt, 6 oz. – $0.33 each

Kroger Cream Cheese, 8 oz. – $1.00 each

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, 5-10 ct. – $1.88 each
Use the $1.00/2 Quaker coupon from the RP 3/23/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.38 each

Doritos or Ruffles, 7.75-11 oz. – $2.00 each (When you purchase 2)

Kettle Brand Potato Chips, 13 oz. – $2.50 each
Use the $1.00/2 Kettle coupon here
Or download and use the $1.00/2 Smith’s Kettle coupon here
Final price: $2.00 each

Flipz Pretzels, 5 oz. – $1.00 each

Ken’s Salad Dressing, 16 oz. – $1.49 each
Use the $1.00/2 Ken’s Salad Dressing coupon from the SS 3/2/14 coupon insert
Or download and use the $0.50/1 Smith’s Ken’s Salad Dressing coupon here
Final price: $0.99 each

Heinz Ketchup, 38 oz. – $1.99 each
Download and use the $0.50/1 Smith’s Heinz coupon here
Final price: $1.49 each

McCormick Grill Mates, 2.5-3.5 oz. – $2.00 each
Use the $0.75/1 McCormick coupon from the RP 4/6/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.25

Kroger Frozen Potatoes, 22.5-32 oz – $1.67 each

Michelina’s Entree, 4-9.5 oz. – $0.88 each
Use the $1.00/5 Michelina’s coupon here
Final price: $0.68 each

Vitaminwater, 20 oz., or Smartwater Sportcap, 700 ml. – $0.69 each (When you purchase 6)

All Laundry Detergent, 32-50 oz. – $2.99 each
Use the $1.00/1 All Laundry Detergent coupon here
And/or use the $2.00/2 All Laundry Detergent coupon from the RP 3/2/14 coupon insert
Final price: $1.99 each

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Rare $0.55/2 Dozen Eggs Coupon + Deal Scenario

eggsHurry over to Incredible Edible Egg on Facebook to print a rare $0.55/2 Dozen Eggs coupon. Next week, Walgreens has eggs on sale for $0.99 a dozen. If you don’t want to go to Walgreens, then price match this deal at Walmart.

Eggs, dozen large – $0.99 (Walgreens – April 13-19)
Use the $0.55/2 dozen eggs coupon here
Final price: $0.72 each

 

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