September 19, 2010

FREE SPICY NUGGETS From Chick-fil-a

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UPDATE THIS IS NOW LIVE WOW BUT this offer is super limited only for these cities

Augusta, GA
Cincinanti, OH
Denver, CO
Maryland
Dayton, Ohio

Got your attention, didn't I? I love Chickfila which is why I am so excited about the possibility of FREE Chickfila! Starting tomorrow, click over here to reserve your spot to try the new Spicy Chicken Nuggets for FREE! According to the website, you will get an 8 count for FREE the week of September 27th – October 2nd!

Thanks Tracie!

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Free Leap Frog Book in The Mail!

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Click on over to LeapFrog and register your child for a Leapfrog account! For doing so, you will get your choice of a Free Ozzie and Mack Tag book or ABC Orchestra Tag Junior book! There is also FREE shipping on this!

Thanks Sheri!

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Rotel Instant Win Game

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Enter the Feed Their Game Face sweepstakes, where the grand prize includes free groceries for a year as well as 2 tickets, transportation, lodging and $500 for any college football game in 2011. What game would you pick? As always, you can enter once a day, so come back, enter often, and play the bonus instant win game each time!

You have to enter your info in the sweepstakes before you can play the instant win game.
Drop a chip into the RoTel Famous Queso Dip and you could instantly win a $100 team store gift card.

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Housewares Daily Deal: Pedrini Passione 8 Piece Aluminum Cookware Set

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Sunday's Housewares Deals daily deal is a Pedrini Passione 8 Piece Aluminum Cookware Set in Black for only $31 (regularly $80)! The set includes : 5-1/2 quart Dutch Oven with glass lid, 3-quart sauce pan with glass lid, 1-quart sauce pan with glass lid, 10-inch fry pan and 8-inch fry pan.  Features "Stay-Cool" comfort grip handles and an easy-to-clean, nonstick coating.



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Schick $4.00 off Coupon On Facebook

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K.I.S.S. and Tell on the Schick Facebook page and receive a coupon good for $4.00 off a Schick Intuition Plus razor. We will keep our eyes open for good sales on this razor!

thanks My Atlanta Mommy!

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Glade Coupon in Parade Mag. Insert

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There is a $2/2 Any Glade Premium Room Sprays (9.7 oz) Coupon inside today's Sunday Parade Magazine, it will be on page 12, so make sure you clip that coupon before you throw it away. We will let you know if we find any store coupons for this product and sales as it could potentially make for a great deal!

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TARGET $20 COUPON BOOKLETS

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A sweet friend and reader just dropped off this little $20 worth of Target coupons that she found at the Germantown Hwy Target. She said they were all over the store!!

Here are the coupons in it:

$1.00 off Archer Fam yogurt cups wyb 10
.50 cents off 5 0.z. or larger Market Pantry cheese
$1.oo off 24 oz. Archer Farms Yogurt Tub
BOGO Frozen Potato Item wp of Market Pantry frozen potato item
.50 cent off 1 dozen Archer Farms eggs
$2.00 off Market Pantry frozen family meal
25% 10 oz or 16 oz. bag Archer Farms frozen fruit
.50 cent off 7 or 14 oz Market Pantr whipped cream topping
BOGO 12 oz to 16 oz. Archer Farms frozen Vegetable item
$1.00 off Archer Farms frozen appetizer or snacks
$2.00 off Archer Farms frozen dessert
$1.00 off Market Pantry refigerated juice item
.50 cent 64 oz Archer Farms mil (organic or soy)
$1.00 off with purchase or four Market Pantry frozen vegetable items
25% off Market Pantry frozen breakfast
$2.00 off 12 Archer Farms frozen pizza
BOGO Market Pantry with frozen snack
$2.00 BOGO 48 oz. icecream

Thanks Katrina for the coupon booklets! Anybody else that finds these at their Target let us know make a comment below!


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Walgreens Weekly September 19th thru September 25th

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If you are new to saving at Walgreen's read Walgreen's 101.

If you are new to using coupons read Coupons 101 first.

You will find the weekly ad in the store, you will need to pick it up to use the coupons. You can also view the ad and print the coupons.

Look for September Coupon Book at front of store!

Thanks to Moms by Heart for this weeks deals & STL Mommy!

Brach's Autumn candy 6.1 or 7.25-oz $.69
no limit stated

Zegerid OTC 14-ct $10
-$10 mail-in rebate - prints at checkout
-$4 from August ALL YOU magazine or $3 from 8/15 SS
Final Price: FREE with $3-$4 overage

Nature Made vitamins from $4.99, B1G1 free
-$1 from 9/12 SS, use two
Final Price: as low as 2/$2.99 or $1.50 each

Planters Flavor Grove almonds 2/$5
-$1 or $0.75/1 (regional) from 8/29 SS
Final Price: as low as $1.50 each

Pepperidge Farms cookies 2/$5
-Printable Coupon save $1
Final Price: $1.50

Edy's Ice Cream 2/$6
-$1/2 from September ALL YOU magazine
Final Price: $2.50

Aunt Jemima pancake & waffle mix 32-oz 2/$4
-$1/2 from 5/2 RP
Final Price: $1.50 each

Quaker Quick 1-Minute Oats 18-oz 2/$3
-$1 from 9/12 RP
Final Price: $.50

Campbell's Cream of Chicken or Cream of Mushroom soup $.79 (with insert coupon)
-Printable Coupon save $1.50/3
Final Price: $.29

Ghirardelli chocolate bars 3-3.5 oz 2/$3
-Printable Coupon save $1/2 (lower right corner) - if Intense Dark is included
Final Price: $1

M&Ms 9.9-12.6 oz $2.49
-$.50 from September coupon booklet
-$.50 from 8/29 RP
Final Price: $1.49

Snack or Fun Size candy 10-22oz 2/$5
{Scenario 1}
Reese's or Kit Kat snack size 13.9-22 oz
-$1 from September coupon booklet - good on Hershey's 13.9 oz+
-$1/3 from 8/15 SS - good on Reese's or Kit Kat snack size 9-22 oz (both are made by Hershey)
Final Price: $1.17

{Scenario 2}
Mars fun size candy 17.5-22 oz
-$1 from September coupon booklet
Final Price: $1.50

{Scenario 3}
Nestle fun size candy 18-22 oz
-$1 from September coupon booklet
Final Price: $1.50

Sally Hansen nail products B1G1 50% off
Sally Hansen Hard as Nails $2.29 or 2/$3.44
-$.50 from 8/8 RP, use two
Final Price: 2/$2.44 or $1.22 each

Olay Complete All Day UV moisturizer $6.79 sale price
-$1 from 9/12 SS
-FREE Olay Anti Aging Roller Ball wyb two moisturizers coupon from 9/12 SS
Final Price: pay $11.58 for all three after coupons*
*roller ball value is $19.99!

Select Crest toothpaste or Glide floss $3.99
-$2 from September coupon booklet
-$1 from 8/29 PG
Final Price: $.99

Right Guard Total Protection 5 $3.99, B1G1 free
-$1.50 printable HERE and HERE, use two
Final Price: 2/$.99

Dial body wash $5.99, B1G1 free

-$1/2 from 8/15 RP
Final Price: 2/$4.99 or $2.50 each*
*$1 printable HERE for Dial NutriSkin body wash if included

Dial bar soap 3-pk $2.79, B1G1 free
-$.35 from 8/15 RP, use two
Final Price: 2/$2.09 or $1.05 each

Pampers jumbo pack $8.99

-$1 from 8/29 PG
Final Price: $7.99

Theraflu pouches, packets or liquid 2/$10
-$1 from September coupon booklet
-$2 printable HERE, use two - good on any Theraflu
Final Price: 2/$5

Ricola cough drops 19-24 ct $1
-$.50 from September coupon booklet
Final Price: $.50

Zyrtec Allergy Relief 25-30 ct $19.99
-$4 insert coupon
-$4 from 9/19 RP
Final Price: $11.99

L'Oreal cosmetics from $6.99, B1G1 50% off = 2/$10.49
-$1 from September coupon booklet, will automatically scan twice
-Printable Coupon save $1 use two
Final Price: from 2/$6.49 or $3.25 each

Covergirl cosmetics from $2.99, B1G1 50% off = 2/$4.49
-$1 from 8/29 PG, use two
Final Price: as low as 2/$2.49 or $1.25 each

Maybelline cosmetics 40% off
Great Lash mascara $2.87
-9/12 RP save $1
Final Price: $1.87

Moisture Extreme lip color $3.17
-Printable Coupon save $2 or 9/12 RP
Final Price: $1.17

Pure Stay Powder foundation $5.09
-Printable Coupon save $2 or from 9/12 RP
Final Price: $3.09

LOreal Preference hair color $6.99 (with insert coupon)
-$2 from 9/19 RP
Final Price: $4.99

Air Wick Freshmatic Ultra or Lysol Neutra Air starter kit $7.49
-Printable Coupon save $4
Final Price: $3.49

Air Wick Compact iMotion starter kit $4
-Printable Coupon save $2
Final Price: $2

Angel Soft bath tissue 12 double roll $5.49
-$.50 from 9/19 RP
Final Price: $4.99

Walgreens Register Reward (RR) Coupon match up. For more information read Walgreens 101.

Revlon cosmetics 40% off - spend $10 get $3 RR
{Scenario}
(1) Revlon Colorstay 12-hr eye shadow - 4 shades $4.19
(2) Revlon Satin, Perle or Matte eye shadow singles $2.99
=$10.17
-$1 from 9/12 SS, use three
-$3 RR
Final Price: all three for $4.17

Nice N Easy Perfect 10 hair color $8.99
-$1 RR
-$2 from 8/29 PG
Final Price: $5.99

Crest toothpaste 6.4 oz or Oral B Indicator toothbrush $1.99
-$1 RR
-$1 from 8/29 PG - Crest
-B1G1 free from 8/15 RP - Oral B
Final Price: as low as FREE

Crest Pro Health mouth rinse $3.99
-$1 RR
-$1 from 8/29 PG
Final Price: $1.99

Carmex Healing cream or lotion $4.99
-$4 RR
Final Price: $.99

Select Kotex or U by Kotex 2/$7
-$2 RR on two
-Printable Coupon save $1 use two - U by Kotex
Final Price: 2/$3

Thermacare Heat Wraps 1-pk $2.49
-$1.50 RR
Final Price: $.99

Fiber Choice 90-ct $10.99
-$3 RR
-$3 from 9/19 RP
Final Price: $4.99

Claritin 40-45 ct $24.99
-$5 RR
-$5 from 8/29 SS or $3 printable HERE
Final Price: as low as $14.99

Wisk laundry detergent 48-loads $6.99
-$2 RR
-$3 from 8/29 RP
-or Printable Coupon save $1
Final Price: $1.99-$3.99

Tilex 32-oz 2/$6
-$2 RR on two
-Printable Coupon save $1, use two
Final Price: $1 each

Select Glade products 2/$5
-$1 RR on two
-$1 from 8/29 RP - jar candles, premium room spray
-FREE Scented Oil Candle refill wyb holder coupon from 8/22 SS
-Printable Coupon save $1.50/2 - any Scented Oil Candle products

{Scenario}
(1) Scented Oil candle holder $2.50
(1) Scented Oil candle refill $2.50
-$2.50 - get refill free coupon
-$1 RR
Final Price: both for $1.50 or $.75 each

Finish Electrasol 20-pk or Jet Dry 8.45 oz $3.99
-$1 RR
-Printable Coupon save $1 or from 9/19 SS
Final Price: $1.99

Walgreens Coupons

Kleenex 78-110 ct $.99 (with insert coupon)
-$.50/3 from 8/15 SS
Final Price: $.82 each wyb three

Trident gum 18-pc $.79 (with insert coupon)
-Printable Coupon save $1/2 - scroll down to bottom
Final Price: $.29

Dentyne, Trident or Stride gum 3-pk 2/$4 (with insert coupon)
-$2/3 from 8/8 SS
Final Price: $1.33 each wyb three

Aquafresh Advanced, Extreme Clean or Ultimate White toothpaste $1.99 (with insert coupon)
-Printable Coupon save $1
Final Price: $.99

Reach floss or Prevent toothbrush $.99 (with insert coupon)
-Printable Coupon save $1 from 5/16 RP
Final Price: FREE

Gain dish liquid 11-oz $.89 (with insert coupon)
-$1 from 8/29 PG
Final Price: FREE

Dr Scholl's Insoles from $9.99
-$3 insert coupon
-Printable Coupon save $2 - good on Massaging Gel
Final Price: as low as $4.99

*Check out the Coupon Database if you are looking for more coupons to match up with this weeks advertisement.

If you decide to purchase the regional coupons I recommend the Coupon Clippers.

More Printable Coupons, here and here!


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How To Pick the Best Freshest Veggies

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We all know that it’s important to eat our veggies - at least five servings a day - to ward off cancer, improve our cholesterol levels and stay as healthy as we can. But few things will do more (bad cooking, perhaps) to put us off this important food group than vegetables that are not at their best; either because they were purchased in bad condition or were not properly handled and stored. And that’s a pity, because the produce departments of supermarkets are providing temptations of all stripes: organic, pre-washed, pre-packaged greens, and exotics from Asia, and Italy.

So how can you tell when veggies are fresh? SupermarketGuru Phil Lempert has some tips:

Choose vegetables for color, cleanliness, smoothness in the skins and few blemishes. Vegetables do not age well, so avoid those that have flowered, wilted or have dark spots on them. Skins should be smooth and without wrinkles (except natural ridges in squash and bumps in cucumbers) and the colors of all skin/peels should be vibrant. There should be no mold, no cracks or tears, and no dark spots. To get the best value for your dollar, purchase only what you can eat for three or four days always remember to buy in season and locally produced if possible.

Keep them carefully after you bring them home. Use greens-keeper bags (available in produce sections) rather than plastic bags, which tend to keep moisture in and speed up the time for wilting and rotting. Another technique is to wrap veggies in paper towels and store them in airtight plastic containers. Except for tomatoes and mushrooms, store everything in the refrigerator.

Wash your vegetables only before using, to avoid wilting and mold. To clean, hold vegetables under cold running water or soak them in cold water, then remove wax, dirt, bugs and, most important, pesticide residues, with a produce brush, usually sold in the produce department. Pre-packaged salad greens usually do not need another rinsing, but check them over carefully to make sure. Pre-packaged crudités do not need additional washing. Mushrooms should not be soaked in water; instead, lightly brush off the dirt with a soft-bristle brush or damp paper towel.

Now, let’s talk specifics! Here's the freshness 101 on some of Supermarket Guru’s favorite veggies:

Beans: Fresh beans have many variations, from the two-foot long Chinese beans (aka “long beans”) to their French cousins, haricots verts. In between, you’ll find green beans, yellow wax beans and fava beans. Look for shiny or smooth and firm skins with no browning or black spots.

Broccoli, broccolini and cauliflower: Look for clear colors with no browning or yellowing, which indicate age. The florets should be tightly together, without any wilting or softness.

Greens: Leaf lettuce, cabbage and spinach should be solid and slightly heavy for their size, with no holes, wilting, or discolorations. Endive, frisse, iceberg, butter lettuce and cabbages (such as brussels sprouts or savoy or green cabbage), should be very pale green to yellow; spinach, arugala, romaine, watercress, and mustard or collard greens should be dark green. Some kales and chards range from green to purple to deep red. Radichio is a burgundy-and-white small Italian bitter cabbage; purple cabbage looks and taste like its green relative. Bok choy, an Asian cabbage, should look very white on the stem and deep dark green in the leaf for both regular and baby-sized types. Most cabbages, when cooked, lose their crispness along with their slight bitterness and become rather sweet.

Beets: These are now offered in both golden and the classic deep red variety in both baby and regular sizes. The greens are edible when cooked, and the beet roots can be baked or boiled then served warm or cold. Look for firmness and weight for the size; some residual dirt is common and can be washed off easily.

Fennel (sometimes known as anise): This vegetable has a white bulb that has the texture of celery which can be eaten raw or cooked, and frothy green tops that make a wonderfully aromatic garnish to entrees or salads. Look for firmness and no wilting.

Eggplants: An increasing variety of colors and sizes, from tiny Asian ones of white and purple to the classic French and Italian plump large ones. Look for glossy smooth skin, with no dimpling or soft spots.

Mushrooms: Ranging from the modestly priced button and crimini brown mushrooms to the wildly expensive but incredibly flavorful portabello, shitake and oyster. If using white mushrooms for a salad, look for smooth white caps that fit tightly over the stem. Otherwise, a slight opening away from the stem is okay and some chefs believe this adds richness to stews or sauces. Avoid plastic bags even to bring them home; opt for paper bags to avoid sweating and mold. The enoki, a Japanese mushroom, has a tiny head and long thin stem and should be creamy white and firm; they are sold in packages and can be refrigerated. Most other mushrooms are white to brown and some are deep orangey yellow. They should have a deep pleasantly musty smell. Truffles, in white or black, are the premier mushrooms with prices in the hundreds of dollars. They are knobby tuber-shaped and should be intensely aromatic.

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