Caribou Coffee- Half Priced Drinks


Do you stop by Caribou more than once a day?

Would you if you got a discount?

Now through May 20th when you purchase a morning beverage you can get half price drinks in the afternoon at Caribou Coffee.

Just save your receipt and take it back in after 2pm to get your half priced drink!

Thanks Common Sense With Money!

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Beverage Deals 5/16 – 5/22


Looking for the best deal on soda?  Or beer?  Look no further!

Here are the best beverage deals of the week as provided by A Frugal ChickMom on Dealz and The Coupon Challenge.

Beer:
Farm Fresh: Bud, Miller or Coors Family 24-pk can $14.99
Farm Fresh: Busch, Busch Light, Natural Ice, Natural Light 24-pk can $7.99 after rebate
Farm Fresh: Corona or Heineken 12-pk btl $12.99
Farm Fresh: Newcastle Brown Ale 12-pk btl $12.99
Farm Fresh: Sam Adams or Sierra Nevada 12-pk btl $12.99
Farm Fresh: Yuengling 12-pk btl $8.99
Food Lion: Budweiser, Miller, Coors, Yuengling or Michelob Family 24 Pack 12 Ounce Cans $14.99
Food Lion: Fat Tire or Sierra Nevada 12 Pack 12 Ounce Bottles $14.99
Food Lion: Leinenkugel’s or Redhook 12 Pack 12 Ounce Bottles $14.99
Food Lion: Samuel Adams, Magic Hat or Blue Moon 6 Pack 12 Ounce Bottles $8.29
Food Lion: Shock Top or Shiner Bock 6 Pack 12 Ounce Bottles $6.99
Harris Teeter: Corona, Modela, Heineken 12 pk $10.99
Harris Teeter: Amstel or Stella Artois 12 pk $10.99
Harris Teeter: Barrel Trolley Beer 6pk $6.99
Harris Teeter: Twisted Tea 6pk $6.99
Kroger: Bud, Miller or Coors 24-pk can $15.99
Kroger: Magic Hat #9 12-pk btl $13.99
Kroger: New Belgium Fat Tire 12-pk btl $14.99
Kroger: Sam Adams 12-pk btl $12.99
Rite Aid: Budweiser, Miller or Coors 18-pk btl $12.99
Rite Aid: Budweiser Miller, Coors or Yuengling 24-pk can $15.99
Rite Aid: Corona, Heineken or Amstel Light 12-pk btl $11.99

Wine:
Farm Fresh: Chateau St. Jean $9.99
Farm Fresh: Layer Cake $14.99
Farm Fresh: Barefoot $9.99
Farm Fresh: Chill Out $5
Food Lion: Sutter Home 1.5 Liter $7.99
Food Lion: C.K. Mondavi 1.5 Liter $9.99
Food Lion: Sterling Vintner’s Collection or Biltmore Estate 750 M L $7.99
Food Lion: Matthew Fox or Pinecroft 750 M L $3.50
Harris Teeter: Rodney Strong Sonoma Chardonnay $11.99
Harris Teeter: Chateau Ste. Michelle Chardonnay $9.99
Harris Teeter: Ecco Domani Pino Grigio $10.99
Harris Teeter: Toasted Head Red Blend $10.99
Harris Teeter: Jacob’s Creek Chardonnay $5.99
Harris Teeter: Concha y Toro Fronterra Cabernet/Merlot $9.99

Kroger: Barefoot $5.99
Kroger: Gallo Family $7.99
Rite Aid: Livingston Cellar & Barefoot $10.99
Rite Aid: Five Oaks $3.50

Soda:
Farm Fresh: Coca-Cola Product, Pepsi Product, 7-UP, Canada Dry, A&W 12-pk can 4/$11 MUST BUY 4
Farm Fresh: Coca-Cola Products 2L – $1
Farm Fresh: Pepsi 2L $1 after promo
Food Lion: Coke Products 2 Liter, Buy More Save More. Purchase 2 Liter Bottles 4/.99 each, 3/$1.09 each or 2/$1.25 each. Less than 2 or more than 4 are $1.49 each
Food Lion: 7UP, A&W or Canada Dry 12 Pack 12 Ounce Cans $3.67
Food Lion: Coke Products 12 Pack 12 Ounce Cans $3.33
Food Lion: Coke Products 6 Pack .5 Liter Bottles $3.33
Food Lion: Pepsi Products 2 Liter $1.67
– $1/2 Pepsi Next, exp. 5/19/12 (Pepsi Moments 04/29/12 R)
Final Price: $1.17 each when you buy 2
Food Lion: Pepsi Products 6 Pack 16.9 Ounce Bottles $3.33
Harris Teeter: Pepsi Products 12 pk Buy 2, Get 3 Free
Harris Teeter: Pepsi Products 2 liter 2/$3
Harris Teeter: Pepsi Producs 6pk 16.9 oz 3/$10
Kroger: Coca-Cola, Pepsi or &-up Product 12-pk can 4/$11 MUST BUY 4
Kroger: Pepsi 2L $1 MUST BUY 6
Rite Aid: Pepsi Products 12-pk can 3/$10.98
Rite Aid: Pepsi Product 2L $0.99
Walgreens: 7 up, A&W, Sunkist, Canada Dry or Hawaiian Punch 12 pk 4/$12′
Walgreens: Pepsi or Dr. Pepper Products 2 liter 4/$4

Other:
Farm Fresh: Super Chill Water 24-pk – $3.33
Farm Fresh: Powerade – $0.69
Farm Fresh: Fuze, Honest Tea, Vitaminwater, Smartwater – $1.00
Farm Fresh: Propel $0.50 after promo
Farm Fresh: Kool-aid Mix $2
Food Lion: Capri Sun Coolers 10 Pack, 6.75 Ounce $1.00
– $0.75/3 Capri Sun, exp. 6/30/12 (SS 05/06/12 R)
Final Price: $.75 each when you buy 3
Food Lion: Little Hug Assorted Fruit Drink 20 Pack, 8 Ounce Bottles $3.50
Food Lion: Sobe Life Water 20 Ounce Bottle $1.00
Food Lion: My Essentials Drinking Water 24 Pack, .5 Liter Bottles $2.99
Food Lion: My Essentials Drink Mix 19 Ounce Canister $1.93
Food Lion: My Essentials Freeze Pops 100 Count $2.59
Food Lion: Gatorade 32 Ounce $1.00
Harris Teeter: Deer Park Water 24 pk BOGO
Harris Teeter: Lipton Tea 12 pk 2/$11
Harris Teeter: Powerade 32 oz 5/$4 or 8 pk 20 oz BOGO
Harris Teeter: Vitamin Water 6pk .5 liter 2/$10
Harris Teeter: Gatorade 6pk 72 oz 3/$10
Harris Teeter: HT OJ 2/$6
Harris Teeter: HT Organic Milk 2/$6
Kroger: Vitaminwater $1
Rite Aid: Sobe, Gatoade, Aquafina or Lipton $0.88
Rite Aid: Fiji Water or Monster Energy $1.50
Rite Aid: Poland Spring Water 24-pk $3.99
Walgreens: Nice! or Pure American Spring Water 24 pk $2.79
Walgreens: Starbucks Refreshers 12 oz $0.99-$0.99RR=Free
Walgreens: V8 Juice 2/$5

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There Is Nothing Like A Good Head Slap On Sale- “Thank You Boss”


For those of you who watch A Frugal Chick’s Facebook page you know that I LOVE television. I’m a person who keeps up with which actors have renewed their contracts, when writers are fired and the new shows coming on in the fall. I find the business of television interesting.

Most of the shows that I watch just kind of run in the back while I work during the day and I half listen to them. It takes a really good show for me to actually sit on the couch and watch it without working on another project.

One of those shows that gets my undivided attention every Tuesday night is NCIS. Currently in it’s 9th season- it is one of those rare shows that has seen it’s viewership increase as it gets older.

And after the season finale last night I can be sure they will have many sets of eyes when the 10th season begins in the fall.

So if you think Gibbs, DiNozzo and Abby are worthy of your attention you can get a STELLAR deal today on Amazon. Today you can get NCIS: Seasons 1-8 on DVD for $124.99.

This is Amazon so the price could change at any moment.

Equal parts JAG and C.S.I., NCIS does a formidable job of blending relevant military headlines with quirky characters who are tenaciously determined to solve a crime–even if it means having to sleep in the morgue to get a few minutes of shut eye. Created by Donald P. Bellisario (JAG, Quantum Leap), NCIS actually began as a two-part episode of JAG in 2003. Later that year, the drama made its full-season debut on CBS. Viewers are introduced to an elite squad of special agents, led by Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon). He’s brilliant when it comes to ferreting out the truth, but he’s not savvy enough to figure out how to block his ex-wife’s nagging phone calls. Instead, he makes do by destroying his cell phone. Gibbs’ team is fleshed out by an eclectic and somewhat eccentric set of colleagues, including medical examiner Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard (David McCallum from The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), wannabe playboy and former homicide detective Anthony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly), forensics expert and resident Goth chick Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette), and former Secret Service agent Caitlin Todd (Sasha Alexander).

And if you watch the show or just wonder what the Head Slap title is about (trust me the Head Slap is a term of endearment) check out this NCIS ad from CBS:

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Here are the deals we talked about today:

Harris Teeter Triple Coupons

Free Slurpees at 7-11 on May 23rd

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6 Piece Sandbox Beach Set $5.25

These seem to be a very popular birthday gift for my friend’s kids this year!

Right now on Amazon you can get a 6 piece Sandbox Beach Set for $5.25.

It is eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping.

I bought a set from Target a few weeks ago and I think it was about this price. It would be nice to order a few and throw them in your present closet for the summer.

Especially if you live in a beach town like I do!

Thanks She Saved!

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Fitness Magazine Sale $3.99/yr

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This offer expires at Tuesday 05/15/12 11:59 PM EST

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Who Do You Think You Are?

Anyone who has taken a look at A Frugal Chick’s Facebook page has been a witness to my love of television.

One of the shows I watch each week is “Who Do You Think You Are?” It shows people on the journey of tracing back their family line and discovering old family secrets.

While the show is really interesting to watch the undertones make it basically a long commercial for Ancestry.com. Ancestry is a great tool I used when tracing my family.

However if you are looking for a cheaper option there is a great Living Social deal today. For $10 you can get 3 months access to Archives.com.

This easy-to-use site collects more than 2.1 billion domestic and international records all in one place, including US census data, newspapers, birth records, obituaries, marriage announcements, and more dating as far back as the 1700s. Your membership lets you access them all, allowing you to unearth your family tree, save scans and images of vital records, and even connect with long-lost living relatives. Search by married and maiden name, geographic location, and date — with Archives’ simple tools, you can do a lot more than scratch the surface of your family’s history.

With this deal you can get a three month subscription to Archives.com for just $10. So if you have always wanted to check out your family tree this would be a great inexpensive way to get a glimpse of the past!

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