Walmart: Ivory Soap 3 Pack $.47 Each

When you head to Walmart to pick up your $.08 Pillsbury Biscuits you can also grab some soap!

Ivory Bar Soap, 3 ct – $0.97
$0.50/1 Ivory or Safeguard Personal Cleansing Product, exp. 6/30/13 (P&G 06/02/13)
Final Price: $.47

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Walmart: Pillsbury Biscuits $.08 Per Roll

Did you notice the coupon in your 5/19/13 Smart Source Insert for $1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods Product?

I used it this week at Farm Fresh to score some Pillsbury Grands biscuits for under $.50 but if you like to shop at Walmart people are reporting a REALLY good deal!

Remember that Walmart prices will vary by area:

Pillsbury Biscuits (5 ct.), $0.58 each
$1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods Product, exp. 7/13/13 (SS 05/19/13 R)
Final Price: $0.08 each when you buy 2

 

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New Coupon: $1/1 Surf® Laundry Detergent

Right now you can print a coupon for $1.00 OFF any ONE (1) Surf® Laundry Detergent.

Here are some of the deals around town:

Harris Teeter (through 6/4)

Surf Powder Laundry Detergent $5.99
Use $1.00 OFF any ONE (1) Surf® Laundry Detergent
Final Price: $3.99

Walmart

Surf Powder Laundry Detergent $3.97 (price varies by area)
Use $1.00 OFF any ONE (1) Surf® Laundry Detergent
Final Price: $2.97

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New Coupon: $1/1 Reynolds Wrap Foil, 35 sq. ft

A new coupon is available for  $1.00 off any one Reynolds Wrap Foil, 35 sq. ft.

With grilling season right now you can’t have too much of this around the house!

Here are some of the prices around town:

Farm Fresh (through 6/4)

Reynolds Wrap 35 feet $4.59
Use  $1.00 off any one Reynolds Wrap Foil, 35 sq. ft
Final Price: $2.59

Harris Teeter (through 6/4)

Reynolds Wrap 35 feet $3.99
Use  $1.00 off any one Reynolds Wrap Foil, 35 sq. ft
Final Price: $1.99

Walmart

Reynolds Wrap 35 feet $2.98 (price will vary by area)
Use  $1.00 off any one Reynolds Wrap Foil, 35 sq. ft
Final Price: $1.98

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Ibotta: Now Works at Sam’s Club

Ibotta is now accepted at Sam’s Club! Be sure to check your Store Extras for some great earning opportunities.

I have $7.50 in my offers for Crystal Light, Kool-Aid and Country Time Lemonade.

Not familiar with Ibotta?

Here is how it works:

Once you have signed up and downloaded the Ibotta App to your phone (available for iPhone and Android right now) you will be ready to go!

  1. Before shopping, look at the app and choose the offers that you like.  The more you choose, the more you can earn.
  2. Go to you favorite store- it’s a LONG list.
  3. Buy the offers you chose earlier and then send Ibotta a picture of your receipt and they’ll credit your account for your purchases within 24 hours and pay you for the offers you bought.
  4. Once you have the balance you like they will credit it to your Paypal account!
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New Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks Coupon And Deals

Check out this new coupon for $0.50 off TWO BOXES Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks.

Here are the prices around town:

Food Lion

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks 8 Oz. Fruit Snacks and Shapes or 4.5-8 Oz. Fruit Rollups $2.50
– $0.50 off TWO BOXES Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
– $0.50/2 General Mills Fruit Snacks (SavingStar Deposit)
Final Price: $2.00 each when you buy 2 after coupon and SavingStar

Harris Teeter (don’t forget to check out all the deals for Super Doubles)

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks 8 Oz. Fruit Snacks and Shapes or 4.5-8 Oz. Fruit Rollups $2.00
– $0.50 off TWO BOXES Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
– $0.50/2 General Mills Fruit Snacks (SavingStar Deposit)
Final Price:  $1.25 each when you buy 2 after coupon and SavingStar- LOWEST PRICE

Walmart

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks 8 Oz. Fruit Snacks and Shapes or 4.5-8 Oz. Fruit Rollups $2.00
– $0.50 off TWO BOXES Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
Final Price:  $1.75 each when you buy 2

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I Can Now Officially Quit Shopping at Walmart #AllYou

If you have ever taken my coupon class you know that I have issues with Walmart.

And while I don’t judge people who shop there over the last few years I have tried VERY hard not to give them any of my money.

Unfortunately there is one item that I have been unable to avoid shopping for at my local Walmart- All You Magazine.  They have had an exclusive distribution agreement with Walmart in all the years I have been couponing so it is the only place I can buy it.

All You Magazine is the couponers magazine.  While I do get my personal copy delivered to the house I often give out the magazine at coupon classes and other PR events that I do.  So once a month I drive to my local Walmart, buy about 10  copies and begrudgingly fork over my money.

So today while I was in Harris Teeter I was SHOCKED to look over and see All You Magazine for sale at the register!

I have no idea if some magazine guy somewhere made an error or if indeed we will begin seeing All You Magazine at other locations.  If I could get it where I grocery shop that would be wonderful.

UPDATE: There is a new page on All You’s website where you can search by state to find where to buy it!

Here is hoping I can completely avoid Walmart now!

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