Friday, March 9, 2012

Notice Anything New?!?

Have you noticed anything new on the website the last few days?

I am very excited about two major changes here at Couponing & Cooking. First off, I am a big girl site now and I have officially dropped the blogspot from my address. It is now just www.couponingncooking.com !!!

The old address will still forward you so if you have any old links they should all still work.

The second and probably more noticeable change is the design of the blog. A HUGE thank you to Courtney from Between U & Me for the redesign. She did a fabulous job and I am loving my more sophisticated, personalized, and professional look.

You can also grab the new button she designed for me too (it's on the sidebar) if you would like to share the love and link up to this website : )

Happy Weekend & Happy Spring Break to me!

Fresh From Florida Produce List

Looking to save money on fresh produce? I love to hit up local farmers's markets when I can but sometimes if we need something I just grab it from the grocery store.


If you are from Florida like me, here is a great website that lists the weekly deals on fresh produce by grocery store. What are great idea!


Visit this week's list here and find out what stores have the best prices on the produce you need.


Looking for more ways to save on healthy food and products? Read my post on it here.

Coldplay MP3 Download For Only .25 cents On Amazon Today!


Today's .25 MP3 download from Amazon.com is Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay.

I am totally sad that I already bought this album for full price on itunes. It is currently one of my favorite albums to listen to so enjoy the cheap download!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Saved 80% At Publix Plus Weekly Totals Link Up

Spent $12, Saved $48

 It was a really small trip for me today. I just don't need anything. This is probably the last week we will be able to get away with not buying meat since we are still eating off of my amazing overage trip a few weeks ago. We are looking into Zaycon for our chicken and I am really excited. Another reason I did not need anything this week was that we won't be cooking while we are on our Spring Break trip so I tried to just shop the "super deals" to add to the stockpile/fridge/freezer.  I may run to Walmart later tonight (I am dreading it) to get a few things I couldn't find at Publix for a fun St. Patricks Day treat but other than that no other shopping trips for me this week.

A few people have commented or asked about the lack of basics or staples in my shopping trips. No we don't eat frozen food/processed every night. As you can see from my past shopping trips, I try to stock up on the basics when they are on sale. I may buy 20 boxes of whole wheat pasta one week and then not buy it again for a few months. We stock up on flour, sugar, butter, eggs, milk, cheese, cereal, and veggies (frozen or fresh) when they are on great sale and I make sure that they have a decent expiration date so we can eat them for a week or two (or longer). We also don't eat everything I buy in one shopping trip during one week. The four frozen Stouffer's meals will get eaten over the next few months until they go on sale again. That is the beauty of couponing!

 If you only look at one trip you may not see that but I promise you we make alot of meals from scratch (just check out my recipe tabs above) and we use our stockpile/fridge/freezer to supplement our meals with veggies and to make fresh bread and other stuff. I also use a little of our grocery budget to visit the local farmer's market when we can too. Just wanted to clarify that : )

This week was short and sweet. Not too many coupons but I did hit $30 before coupons so I could use one of my $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupons.

Today's Trip:
 Total retail value: $59.89
Total spent: $11.98
Total saved: $47.91
Percent saved: 80%

What I bought with sale and coupon match ups:
  • 1 bottle of Suave Keratin Professionals Dry Shampoo, retails for $3.49
    • Had a free product coupon from a Facebook promo
    • Made it FREE
  •  3 packages of Kraft Fresh Take mix, retails for $3.19, on sale for $2.00 each
    • Used three $1 off coupons from the 2/26 SS
    • Plus the $2/2 Publix coupons from the Yellow Ad. Flyer (combined with granola bars below)
    • Made them all FREE
  •  3 packages of MilkBite granola bars, retails for $2.99 each, on sale for $2.50 each
    • Used three $1.50 off coupons from the Kraft 2012 Recipes book
    • Stacked with $2/2 Publix coupons from above
    • Made them all FREE
  • 4 Odwalla juices, retails for $2.50
  • 2 boxes of Barilla Pasta, retails for $1.49 each, on sale BOGO (.74 cents each)
    • Used two $1 off WYB Pasta and Sauce from Barilla's website
    • Made them .24 cents each
  • 2 jars of Barilla Pasta Sauce, retails for $2.89 each, on sale BOGO ($1.44 each)
    • Used above coupons from Barilla's website
    • Made them .94 cents each
  • 2 boxes of Welch's Fruit 'n Yogurt Snacks (I secretly love these!), retails for $2.79 each, on sale BOGO ($1.39 each)
    • Used a $1/2 coupon from the 1/15 SS
    • Made them .89 cents each
  • 2 Pillsbury bread products, retail for $2.87 each, on sale for $2.00 each
  • 2 travel sized Renu contact solutions, retails for $2.99 (probably cheaper somewhere else but it was right there)
    • Used two $2 off printables from coupons.com
    • Made them .99 cents each

How did you do this week? I would love to be inspired by your savings and get ideas from your great deals. Join in the link up below to show us your stuff! If you want to spread the word about this link up, I would love it if you would grab my button from the side bar or link back to me in your post. The more people to link up the better! Can't wait to see how you did!


Lady Antebellum's Own The Night Download Only .25 cents on Amazon


Amazon has another .25 cents album download today. Head on over to get Lady Antebellum's album Own The Night for just .25 cents today only!

Request Your New P&G Gather Together Booklet



Head on over to P&G to sign up for your new Gather Together booklet.  This booklet can be requested by mail every few months and it always has great coupons for brands like Febreeze, Swiffer, Mr. Clean, Cascade, Dawn and more. 


I love saving these for clearance deals on Febreeze products : ) 

Best Meals Happen At Home

A busy weeknight doesn't have to mean fast food for dinner! Publix knows that the best meals happen at home, so they are excited to help you enjoy family mealtime without having to stress about what to prepare or spending hours in the kitchen. Stop by Publix during their “Best Meals Happen at Home” event to find great savings on some of your favorite products. Be sure to visit BestMealsatHome.com to find fantastic recipes, which can be cooked in 30 minutes or less, and your family is sure to love.

Make sure you take advantage of great savings on some of your favorite participating brands during the “Best Meals Happen at Home” event at Publix from March 8th through March 14th



As of today (March 8th), look for in-store for coupons that will be valid through March 28th, 2012. Most stores should have these on a display board near the front.  


You an also visit BestMealsatHome.com to sign up and receive emails with weekly recipes and coupon offers that will help you save up to $200 this year. I signed up before the last promotion in early February and it was so nice to get the coupons sent straight to my email so I could print what I needed as I planned my weekly shopping trip. 

To kick-off the great savings and enjoy valuable time around the dinner table with your family, Publix invites you to try one of the delicious recipes that you can find at BestMealsatHome.com, which uses Progresso ® Lemon Pepper Crispy Bread Crumbs and Old El Paso® Flour Tortillas to make Lemon Pepper Fish Tacos:


Prep time: 20 Min
Start to Finish: 20 Min
Makes: 5 servings (2 tacos each)


Ingredients for fish:
  • 2 tablespoons all purpose flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 cup Progresso® Lemon Pepper Panko Crispy Bread Crumbs
  • 1 lb white fish fillets (such as tilapia or catfish)
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
For Tacos:
  • 10 Old El Paso® Flour Tortillas for soft tacos & fajitas (6 inch; from 8.2-oz package)
  • 1 medium avocado, pitted, peeled, and chopped
  • 1 medium tomato, seeded, diced
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 1 small jalapeño chile, seeded, finely chopped if desired
  • 2 cups shredded lettuce
  • 1 small lemon, cut into wedges


Directions:
In shallow dish, place flour. In another shallow dish, beat egg and water. In another shallow dish, place bread crumbs. Coat fish with flour. Dip into egg mixture; coat well with bread crumbs.


In 12-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Add fish; cook 6 to 8 minutes, turning once, until fish flakes easily with fork. Cut into 30 bite-size pieces.


Meanwhile, heat tortillas as directed on package. In medium bowl, mix avocado, tomato and lemon juice. Stir in cilantro and jalapeño chile.


Fill tortillas with fish, avocado mixture and lettuce. Serve with lemon wedges.


Oven Method Heat oven to 375°F. Spray 13x9-inch (3-quart) glass baking dish with cooking spray. Follow step 1 above. Place fish in baking dish; drizzle with 2 tablespoons melted butter. Bake uncovered 15 to 20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with fork. Continue as directed in recipe.

This sounds like something Justin would love so I am sure he will be getting the stuff and trying it out during the sale : )

Head on over to Frugal Follies for a Best Meals Happen At Home $25 Publix Gift Card Giveaway


Disclosure:  This information has been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes


Up until a few months ago I did not own a crock pot. Shocking I know. Sadly, we are gone for so long during the day that by the time it would be time for dinner (more than 12 hours after we leave in the morning) our food would be way over cooked. That being said, I have finally started experimenting with recipes that don't require tons of time (3-5 hours) and for longer cooking times on weekends and I am loving it. 

This newest recipe is via Pinterest (originally pinned from Budget Savvy Diva) and it had me at potato. I love mashed potatoes of all kinds and the idea of making them in the crock pot is genius. It frees up a burner on the stove and it basically takes all the work out of it. All you have to do is put in the ingredients, let it cook, then mash them up when its time to eat.

We had them with WW Honey Crunch Chicken ( made it with Fiber One this time and it was awesome) and grilled asparagus and it was the perfect meal.

Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes 
  • 5 Pounds of Russet Potatoes
  • 1 garlic clove minced
  • 1 1/2 cups low sodium and/or reduced fat chicken broth
  • 1/4 cup butter, cut up
  • 1 1/4 cup light sour cream, going to try greek yogurt next time to see if we can lighten them up
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 2 ounces of light cream cheese
1.) Peel and cube potatoes. 


2.) Put potatoes, chicken broth, and butter in the crock pot and cook it for 4-5 hours on high.


3.) Roughly mash potatoes and then add the rest of the ingredients and mash again until well combined.


Enjoy!


Buy One, Get One Free Yankee Candle Coupon

Click here to print a new Yankee Candle coupon for buy one large jar candle at regular price get one free. Might be fun if you are looking for new candles or if you want to get a gift for someone. 

Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 41 For Only .25 cents!


Not sure how long this deal will last but right now Amazon.com has NOW That's What I Call Music Vol. 41 on sale for only .25 cents. 

It has 20 songs on it by Katy Perry, Toby Keith, Coldplay, Adele and lots more. I am pretty excited to add it to my collection. I was looking for some fun new music to workout to and to listen to while relaxing over Spring Break : ) 

Publix Ad & Match Ups 3/8


Happy Wednesday! Tomorrow is the student's last day of school before Spring Break so I am one happy teacher. This week's Publix ad is pretty big and has a decent amount of deals in it too. For me the real deals are still in the Green & Yellow Ad. Flyers so make sure to check them out. My paper also had a $5 Albertson's coupon in it so if your stores accept that as a competitor make sure to grab it. 

I am going to try and really not buy much other than super deals this week so we can put our grocery cash towards our Spring Break trip. I will hopefully be able to stock up on some more Yellow Ad. Flyer freebies or money makes and a few good weekly deals and call it a day tomorrow. 

What are you excited about? Make sure you come back tomorrow (Thursday) night to see my weekly totals and link up to your weekly savings. 

These links are to the sale lists and coupon match ups that I use to plan my shopping trips. Don't worry if you don't have all the coupons sometimes the BOGO prices might even be a great enough savings to make it worth it to you. 



Comment if you find any great, unadvertised deals or coupons!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

New Unilever Coupons



Sign up for free at MakingLifeBetter.com and get access to some higher value coupons. My personal favorite is the $1 off Axe body wash since we haven't see those in the paper too recently. 


You can also find these coupons on there as well. I was able to print each twice per printer. 

  • $1.75/2 Bertolli frozen meals or soups
  • .75/1 Caress body wash, excl trial 
  • $1/2 Degree Men Adrenaline series deodorant w/ Motionsense technology
  • $1 off Degree Women Premium deodorant or body mist, excl trial 
  • .60/1 Shedd's Country Crock spread 
  • $1 off Slim-fast shake multipack or shake mix 
  • $1 off Dove Nourishing Oil Hair Care

Monday, March 5, 2012

Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie


A picture is worth a thousand calories right? A slice of my mom's Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie probably comes pretty close to hitting that mark but it is so worth it.

This is a dessert I usually save for summer time but here in South Florida it was so warm last week you would have thought it was June so I figured why not?

As simple as the ingredients are it can get a little tricky when it comes to the melted ice cream so you will want to make sure that you have set aside some uninterrupted time to make this. My phone would not stop ringing while I was making this last week and I just couldnt' stop to answer it. Time was of the essence : )

The great thing about this dessert is that it covers all the bases. It has chocolate, peanut butter, ice cream and some crunch from the cashews too. Hopefully you won't feel the need to wait till summer to try it out!

Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie (my mom's recipe)
  • 1 graham cracker crust ( I bought it but I guess you can make one too)
  • 1/2 cup. creamy peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1 qt. vanilla ice cream softened
  • 1/2 cup cashews, chopped
  • 6 oz. fudge topping
1.) Mix together the honey and peanut butter until completely smooth.
 
2.) Stir mixture into softened ice cream. Make sure that the ice cream is soft enough to allow you to mix in the peanut butter/honey really well to incorporate it into every bite.
 
3.) Spoon half of the ice cream mixture into the pie crust. Be careful not to smooth it out to roughly because I have cracked the pie crust this way a few times : )
 
 
4.) Sprinkle with half of the chopped cashews.
 
 
5.) Spoon half of the chocolate fudge on top of the cashews.

Not pretty, but man do those clumps of fudge taste amazing!
6.) Spoon the remainder of the ice cream mixture on top and sprinkle with the rest of the cashews.
 

7.) Drizzle remaining fudge on top. You may have to warm the fudge up a little to make it easier to drizzle. Work quickly though because as the ice cream melts it can start to over flow the pie crust. I bought the extra large pie crust this time and that really helped with the overflow problem.



8.) Freeze for at least 12 hours before serving or overnight if possible.




Enjoy! You can tell we sure did (and our dinner guests helped too!)...

“I’m partying at the Pi Day Pie Party at Crazy for Crust today. Come party with us!”

$10 Credit To VitaCost for New Users Plus 8% Cash Back


UPDATE: Right now you can also get double cash back (8%) if you shop through Ebates!


Many people have asked me how to get good deals on healthy, gluten free or organic products. And it is definitely possible through couponing at local stores like Publix, Target and Walmart. Read my post on it here if you haven't already.

You can also use online retailers to get great deals on these products too. Amazon.com ofter has great deals on health foods and I have recently discovered Vitacost.com too.

The great thing? Right now if you sign up through this link you can get a $10 credit off your first purchase on Vitacost. I got mine emailed to me minutes after I signed up. I am going to use mine to get some quinoa. Standard shipping is $4.99 and if you purchase more than $49 worth shipping is free.

You can also pay with PayPal which made me very happy : )

Double Cash Back On 4inkjets.com Through Ebates


Ebates is offering double cash back on all orders from 4InkJets.com today. It looks like you can get 27% cash back on your ink purchases from them through Ebates today. This would be a great way to save a little money or actually earn a little back on your ink for all that coupon printing : ) 


If you are new to Cash Back sites read about them here

Plan My Menu Monday & Link Up 3/5


Happy Monday! It's a four day school week for us and then Spring Break starts this Friday so I am excited for a break. We are going to try and do easy meals this week. Our freezer is really well stocked due to my first shopping trip of "Frozen Food Month",

I am definitely in the need for some new recipe inspiration so please link up below to your menus for the week or a recipe you are making this week. I would love to get some new ideas that come from somewhere other than Pinterest : ) 

What we are having/making this week:
Stouffer's Lasagna from the freezer and Homemade Bread Sticks


Saturday, March 3, 2012

This Week's Publix Trip & Weekly Totals Link Up 3/3


This has been a crazy week and I am so sorry for being such a bad blogger the last few days. Thursday was my dad's birthday and we celebrated with a family dinner so I did not make it to Publix like I usually do on Thursday afternoons. (Check out the Peppermint Pattie Cupcakes we made to celebrate!) Friday I took 100 of my students on a field trip to the Federal Reserve Bank in Miami so by the time I got home late afternoon, I was way to tired to think about braving the grocery store.

 I finally went and did my weekly shopping this morning and picked up tons of great freebies, money makers and deals as well as got the things we need for tonight's little dinner party that we did not have on  had in the stockpile or freezer. Reason #1,237,983 I love couponing is that it no longer costs me a fortune to entertain and have people over : )

As you can see from my receipt, my $108 in savings didn't just come from using manufacturer's coupons. I also saved alot of money by stacking store coupons and taking advantage of in store sales like BOGO promotions. I also had a $5/$50 Albertson's coupon from this week's flyer that my store accepts as a competitor. I definitely took advantage of the start of "Frozen Food Month" by stocking our freezer this week.


This week's breakdown:
Total retail value: $137.94
Total spent: $29.71
Total saved: $108.23
Percent saved: 78%

Here is what I got with sale/coupons used match ups:
  • 3 Philadelphia Cooking Creams, retails for $2.99, on sale for $2.00 each
    • For this and the next 2 items I used a number of the $2/2 Kraft items Publix coupons from the Yellow Ad. Flyer, basically getting $1 off each item
    • Stacked with three $1 coupons from the Kraft 2012 Recipes booklet
    • Made them all FREE
  • 3 Packages of Kraft Fresh Take breadcrumb mixture, retails for $3.19 each, on sale for $2.00
    • Used above mentioned Publix coupons
    • Stacked with three $1.50 off coupons from the Kraft 2012 booklet
    • Made them all FREE plus .50 cents in overage each
  • 3 Philadelphia Indulgence Cream Cheeses, retails for $2.99 each, on sale for $2.00
    • Used above mentioned Publix coupons
    • Stacked with three $1.50 off coupons from the Kraft 2012 booklet
    • Made them all FREE plus .50 cents in overage each
  • 2 gallons of Publix milk, retails for $3.65 each
    • Used two FREE gallon of milk coupons WYB any 3 breakfast items coupons from Facebook
    • Made them BOTH FREE 
  • 4 four packs of Dannon Light 'n Fit yogurt, retails for $2.19
    • Used four .25 cents off coupons from Coupons.com
    • Stacked with two $2/2 Publix coupons from the Yellow Ad. Flyer
    • Made them .94 cents per four pack plus they counted towards my free milk
  • 2 Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls, retails for $1.79 each, on sale for $1 each
    • Used a $1.00/2 coupon from Pillsbury.com (old)
    • Made them .50 cents each and they counted towards my free milk
  • 4 Stouffer's Family Sized Entrees, retails for $8.11 each, on sale for $3.99
    • Used four $2 off coupons from the 1/29 RP
    • Made them $1.99 each
  • 6 bags of Pepperidge Farms Goldfish, retails for $2.39 each
    • On sale BOGO made them $1.39 each
  • 4 Smart Ones Dessert 4 ct packages, retails for $3.99 each, on sale BOGO ($1.99 each)
    • Used two $1/2 printables from manufacturer's email newsletter
    • Made them $1.49 per 4 ct. package
  • 2 Bird's Eye Volia! Meals, retails for $5.17 each, on sale BOGO ($2.58 each)
    • Used two $1.85 off printables from CouponNetwork.com
    • Made them .73 cents each
  • 2 bottles of Coffee Mate Natural Bliss creamer, retails for $2.50, on sale for $1.67
    • Used two $1.00 off coupons from Facebook
    • Made them .67 cents each
  • 1 bottle of Loreal 360 Facewash, retails for around $5
    • On clearance for $1.70
  • 3 pound bag of baby red potatoes, on sale for $3.79 a bag
  • Organic Basil, retails for $2.49, on sale for $1.99
  • Fresh Garlic, .36 cents
  • Fresh Lemon, 67 cents
  • Pie Crust, $2.49
How did you do this week? Link up to your weekly totals or a post on a great shopping trip. Can't wait to see how much you saved and how you did it!


Thursday, March 1, 2012

Sign Up For The New Publix Stocking Spree Booklet Plus A $2 Coupon



Sign up here to get the new Publix Stocking Spree booklet mailed to you. These booklets contain lots of great Publix store coupons and are only available if you sign up through this website. 


Click here to get a sneak peek into what coupons will be included this time around. The $57 worth of store coupons are good from April 2nd through April 30th. Sign up today and make sure you get one!


Update: If you send an email to three friends, you will get mailed a Publix coupon for $2 off of produce when you spend $5

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Peppermint Pattie Cupcakes

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Tell me those don't look amazing? These Peppermint Pattie Stuffed Cupcakes are out of this world good. I love York candies so when I saw it stuffed inside a dark chocolate cupcake I knew I had to try it. The recipe is one that I adapted from  Martha Stewart's Cupcakes and my family considers it to be one of their favorite things I bake.

                                     
I made this batch for my Dad's birthday and I think this is the 3rd year in a row he has requested these for both his birthday and Fathers' Day. They look and taste complicated but they really are quite simple to make. You don't even need a mixer; everything is done by hand. The recipe below makes about 24 cupcakes.


I like to dust them with powdered sugar for a pretty presentation and you can top them with all sorts of things (family favorites include a scoop of ice cream or chocolate syrup). The trick is to either serve them warm from the oven or to microwave them for 10-15 seconds before eating so the peppermint pattie is gooey in the middle : )
 
Peppermint Pattie Cupcakes (adapted from Martha Stewart)
  • 24 bite sized peppermint pattie candies (I used York)
  • 16 ounces chopped bittersweet chocolate
  • 2 sticks of butter
  • 2 cups of sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt
  • 6 large eggs
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
1.) Create your own double boiler (or use a real one if you have it) by placing a heat proof bowl over a pot of boiling water and use it to slowly melt chocolate and butter until completely smooth. I find it goes quicker if the butter is room temp. and is cut up in to smaller pieces.

Make shift double boiler
2.) Pour melted mixture into a larger mixing bowl and whisk in the sugar and the salt.

3.) Whisk in the eggs to combine. Mixture might be a little grainy but that is ok, it has never seemed to affect the consistency of the final product.


4.) Gently whisk in flour and cocoa until smooth. Don't over mix.

5.) Line a muffin/cupcake tin and put one tablespoon of the batter into the bottom of each liner.


6.) Press a peppermint pattie into the batter.


7.) Top with 1-2 more tablespoons of batter. I just use whatever will completely cover the pattie.



8.) Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Top of cupcakes should be firm to the touch. I always err on the side of a little undercooked since I like mine kinda gooey : )



Make sure you let them cool for a bit before eating since the insides of the peppermint pattie can be dangerously hot. Enjoy!



Happy Leap Day & End Of The Month Reminder!

Happy Leap Day! March is right around the corner so don't forget to print out any coupons you may be waiting to print. 
I am excited for March because it means spring break, but it is also "frozen food month" so you should find some great deals and sales this month on frozen meals, snacks, pizza, veggies and lots more. 


Remember that the first of the month means that lots of coupons will disappear, some will reset (yay!) and we will also see lots of new ones.


Here are the sites that I use on a regular basis. There are lots of new ones this weekend too so enjoy those while you're at it!


Coupons.com


SmartSource.com


Target.com


CouponNetwork.com


RedPlum.com


Pilsbury.com


BettyCrocker.com


CampbellsKitchen.com

Publix Ad & Match Ups 3/1

It's a pretty decent week at Publix this week. The upcoming sale has some good deals and BOGO's and the current Yellow Advantage flyer has tons of new Publix store coupons and sales. March is frozen food month so expect lots of deals on frozen entrees, veggies, snacks and more. 


I am excited to see Goldfish go BOGO again this week as well as super cheap Stouffer's entrees ($2), cheap Dannon yogurt and FREE (or even moneymakers with the right coupons) Kraft products like Cooking Creme, Fresh Take Breadcrumb mixes, and Milk Bite granola bars. 


The links below are the match ups I use to plan my shopping trips. The first link also includes sales and match ups for the current Green & Yellow advantage flyers (found in stores). They both have some great deals going on right now so you will definitely want to check them out. 


Publix Ad & Match Ups #1 3/1


Publix Ad & Match Ups #2 3/1


Comment with questions or if you find any great deals that aren't listed!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Great Deals On Enjoy The City Books: Less Than $6 Each!

Enjoy the City has a great deal today and tomorrow only. You can get five (5) coupon booklets for a total of $29 using the promo code LEAP. This also includes free shipping. These books have great coupons and lots of them (at least the FL ones) have four $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupons (accepted at most Publix's) in the front which means the book more than pays for itself at this sale price. 


My area's book also has tons of great coupons for Papa Johns (a free medium pizza coupon!), McDonalds, and tons more. You can look through your area's entire booklet before you buy to see if the deals are worth it to you. 


These can also make a great gift too : ) 

Monday, February 27, 2012

Double Cash Back On 123InkJets.com Through Ebates


Ebates is offering double cash back on all orders from 123InkJets.com today. It looks like you can get 32% cash back on your ink purchases from them through Ebates today. This would be a great way to save a little money or actually earn a little back on your ink for all that coupon printing : ) 

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