Make sure you sign up for emails from Whole Foods Albany. Tomorrow only (Tuesday the 16th), get $10 off a $50 purchase with this coupon.
Fine print: Valid only at Whole Foods Market Albany. To redeem, simply show this image to your cashier at checkout. Only applicable to purchases of $50 or more. One per customer. Void if duplicated or where prohibited.
Sign up HERE for coupon emails from Whole Foods Albany.
And now through the end of October, click HERE to find printable coupons good at Whole Foods (many Price Chopper stores will also accept them):
You may want to pick up a copy of today’s Times Union newspaper for the following coupons:
.10 cents off per gallon of gas with $15 dairy purchase and .10 cents off per gallon of gas with $15 deli purchase
(Also printable HERE)
And the high value Honest Weight Co-op coupons are back!! (Note: These are also accepted at Capital Region Price Chopper stores)
As some of my readers know, I am a public health professional and part of my job is helping people quit smoking so this post is not just about a HOT deal but also contains a GIVEAWAY to help someone (or yourself) quit smoking!
Did you know CVS stores stopped selling tobacco products this month? Instead they are promoting their stop smoking medications and offering a GREAT deal on nicotine patches right now:
Buy a box of CVS brand nicotine patches (1 week supply) for $4.99 and get back $4.99 in Extrabucks Rewards! (Even without $4.99 back it’s still a HOT price- see below for a coupon!)
AND….when at CVS, ask for one of these “The Last Pack” boxes (located behind the registers):
Inside is information on quitting and COUPONS:
Coupons include $5 off any 2 stop smoking aids (medications such as patches or gum) and a FREE 4″x6″ photo!
Now time for a giveaway!!
If you or someone you know wants to quit smoking, the Butt Stops Here stop smoking program (a program of St. Peter’s Health Partners) is offering a FREE registration (valued at $45) to one lucky winner. Winner may select the program location of their choice in the Capital Region (Albany, Troy or Schenectady) and preferred start date. (Read more about the Butt Stops Here program HERE)
To enter, send an email to CapitalRegionFinds@gmail.com with your name and contact information by Monday, September 15th. Winner will be randomly selected.
Not a smoker? Please share with friends and loved ones! You just may be the reason they quit.
Visit the Butt Stops Here Facebook page for updates and more contests.
As you may have heard, ShopRite is doubling $1 coupons this week (they always double coupons under $1) and that is making for some GREAT deals and freebies!
Note: There is a limit of 20 manufacturer coupons total for your order, regardless of the face value (their way of preventing “extreme couponers” from clearing the shelves) and only two of the same coupon per order.
Here are a few HOT deals you can find:
Laughing Cow Mini Babybel cheese (6 count) on sale for $1.99- FREE with this coupon:
If you can make a ShopRite run, this is a GREAT week to stock up on items at great prices!!
Get an 8×8 Photo Book for FREE from Shutterfly when you create your photo book and use coupon code BOOK4FREE at checkout. Click HERE to apply it to your account.
Coupon code is good for a free 8×8 hardcover book only. You’ll just have to pay for shipping, which is usually $7.99.
This offer is valid through September 11, 2014.
While you’re there, make a free card on Shutterfly’s site and pay only .99 cents shipping with the code CARD4U.
Here’s something new I never had- and a deal for you! I recently received these boxes of new HERSHEY’S and REESE’S premium dessert bar mixes by Betty Crocker to try out:
I’ve mentioned before that I am more of a “bake from scratch” type of girl but who could resist such an easy to make dessert bar that looked like that? We tried them out right away.
We tried the HERSHEY’S S’mores Dessert Bars box first. These are not on the lighter since you need a decent amount of butter to make them (and note: they do contain partially hydrogenated oil) but they certainly taste good! They are also super easy to make. A simple option for dessert if you need a quick idea.
They came out like this:
I could pretend they were homemade.
I looked for these are Price Chopper to check out the price but it doesn’t look like they have hit their shelves yet. I did find them at ShopRite AND you can a great deal even without a sale!
These boxes sell for $2.99 at ShopRite. Click HERE to print a coupon for .60 cents off (this will double to $1.20 off at both Price Chopper and ShopRite) andor HERE to print one for .50 cents off. Also clip this ShopRite e-coupon for an additional .50 cents off:
Total price at ShopRite after coupons: $1.29!
Disclosure: The information and products have been provided by General Mills through Platefull Co-Op, though all opinions are my own.
Hananford has a new store coupon to save .75¢ when you buy (1) Kashi® product. Coupon valid 9/2/14 – 9/8/14. Coupon is also accepted at Price Chopper.
Pair this with a .75 cents off manufacturer’s coupon for a great deal!
Here’s a great deal from Yucatan Guacamole. Visit their Yucatan Cares website and enter their contest to win a backpack filled with school supplies and NFL autographed sports memorabilia.
Once you enter, a donation of .50 cents will be made to the “No Backpack Goes Empty” fund to help kids in need AND you will be able to print a coupon for $2 off any Yucatan Guacamole product!
Yucatan Guacamole is sold at Walmart (16 oz) for $3.98 and ShopRite for $3.99. Also find it at Price Chopper and Sam’s Club stores.
I like to pop into Peter Harris every once in a while to check out their deals. Right now, they are running their “$3, $5 and $7 Warehouse Sale.”
If you don’t shop there often, they are known for carrying designer brand clothing (J. Jill, Ann Taylor, Columbia, Jones New York) and local store overages (Target, American Eagle, Macy’s and more) at really good prices.
Here are a few of my finds:
Sweats (originally from Target) for $7.99. This was the most “expensive” thing I purchased and I just love the deep purple color – the photo doesn’t do it justice.
I did not buy this outfit but thought it was worth sharing. It’s perfect for the holidays with the sparkle. Three pieces- and only $20! These were on the “Fall Buyout” racks where everything was 50% off.
Again, photo doesn’t do them justice but these tops and a dress cost between $3 and $5 each.
There a number of stores around (these were in the Delmar location). Find Peter Harris store locations HERE.
I don’t often shop at Walgreens (only because it isn’t close to my house) but I recently received a package of their Well Beginnings baby products to try out and I was impressed. Impressed enough to visit a Walgreens.
Here’s what I received:
Here’s what I liked about them:
- The baby wash/shampoo is made without parabens or phthalates (this is often hard to find, especially for store brands). I feel much better using products without these chemicals.
- The diapers are soft, flexible, made with natural ingredients and the tabs stay put unlike any other diaper we have used.
- The wipes are unscented and made for “sensitive” skin.
- Some of the prices! I checked out the store prices at Walgreens and here is what I found:
Well Beginnings Wipes 2 for $4
Well Beginnings wipes refill packs on sale for $4.99. (Sorry for the blurry photo)
Great prices for wipes. The wipes are not as thick as name brand wipes but I did find them to be significantly larger, thicker and more moist than other store brand wipes I have tried. I would buy these- with a coupon!
Well Beginnings diapers regularly priced at $9.49
Well Beginnings diapers large boxes $18.99
The regular prices for diapers were not great but I would PRINT THIS COUPON for $1.50 off any package and save for a sale!
Well Beginnings Baby Wash $3.19
Well Beginnings baby oil $3.19
I would highly recommend the baby wash- it is made without harmful chemicals, hypoallergenic, tear-free and with a light, baby scent. If you are looking for a product that does not contain potentially harmful parabens and phthalates for a good price, this is it.
The final product I am hopeful I will not need- it is Walgreens pediatric electrolyte liquid. I really like that it does not contain any artificial colors. I am hoping my kids stay healthy enough to not need to try this one out!
Disclosure: The Well Beginnings baby products were provided to me free of charge by Green Moms Meet for my review however, all content and opinions are my own.
If you need diapers, make sure you print this coupon for your next Walgreens trip!