Saturday, May 28, 2011

Gluten-Free Month at Amazon is Almost Over!

If you use gluten-free foods, make sure you take advantage of the last few days of Gluten-Free month at Amazon.

thinkThin Gluten-free bars for 30% off when you choose Subscribe & Save and use code THINKMAY

Barbara's Bakery Cereal for 23% off when you choose Subscribe & Save and use code BARBARA5

Udi's Granola for 25% off choose Subscribe & Save and use code UDISO5II

More Organic Amazon deals HERE

(Thanks, The Thrifty Mama!).
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Shopping Trip: Aldi's

I've been finding some great deals at Aldi's lately, especially on cheese and lunch meat, which my husband eats every day and gets quite expensive. Here is a picture of my order today:

I spent a total of $28, which is actually the most I've ever spent at Aldi's, but it includes 1 lb of ground lean turkey, 1 turkey tenderloin, and 1 lb of wild salmon. I felt like I needed some more meal choices for this week, since we either ate chicken breast or meatless last week.  There were also domestic blueberries (from North Carolina) at $1/pint, so I picked up 2 pints because the kids LOVE them.

I was most excited about the Nature's Path Pumpkin Flax Granola that I found for $1.90 a box in the clearance bin.  I only got two boxes though; I still have 40 boxes of cereal in the basement.

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Natural & Organic Coupons: Week in Review

Here are the best natural and organic coupons I've found for this week.

$.50 off 1 Organic Valley Half & Half

$1 off 2 Lifeway Kefir Products

$1 off McCann's Irish Oatmeal

$.50 off 1 Seventh Generation Product

$.50 off 1 Seventh Generation Baby Wipes, Diapers, or Training Pants

$1 off 1 Seventh Generation Laundry Product

$.75 off 1 Santa Cruz Juice

$.50 off 1 Stonyfield Farms Organic Milk

$.50 off 1 Stonyfield Farms YoKids 6-Pack Organic Yogurt

$1.50 off 1 Wholly Guacamole

$1 off 1 Alexia Product  (Thanks, Organic Deals!)

$40 voucher at Abe's Market for a variety of natural and organic foods, supplements, and products. Cost= $20. Only available until 5/29 at 11:59 pm.

$1 off 1 Cascadian Farms Product

$1 off 1 Annie Chun's Product

$.50 off 1 Driscoll's Product

$.75 off 1 Newman-Os Cookie Package

$1 off 1 Morningstar Farms Product

Did I miss any?

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Groupon: $15 for $50 worth of Photobooks, Cards, and More!

Groupon has a phenomenal national deal today from Mixbook.

For example, you could get an 8 1/2x11 hardcover 20 page photobook PLUS another 8 1/2x 11 softcover photobook both for $15 with this deal. Don't forget, Father's Day is coming up. This would be perfect for the dads out there!

The Fine Print:

  • Valid beginning 6/2/11
  • May buy 1 plus 1 additional as a gift
  • Shipping not included

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Friday, May 27, 2011

Totsy: Amazing Deals + Free Shipping

This weekend only, Totsy is having some terrific sales on a huge variety of baby and kids' products.

They're having huge blowout savings on swimwear, Melissa & Doug toys, toddler shoes, and adult accessories.

To make the deal even sweeter, for the next three days, shipping is completely free when you use code MEMDAY at checkout.

Happy Shopping!

Eversave: $15 for $30 to spend at ShoeMart + Free Shipping

I am so jumping on this deal.
Today at Eversave, you can get $30 worth of brands like Keen, Clarks, Crocs, and New Balance for only $15 plus free shipping.

The Fine Print:

  • May buy up to 2 saves
  • Free Shipping
  • Code available immediately after purchase
  • Code expires on November 27, 2011
(Thanks, I am THAT Lady!)

$5 Fridays: Lazy Mom Edition

I wasn’t a cooking superstar this week -- one night I resorted to a frozen pizza and salad (I always keep 1 or 2  Wegmans’ $3.99 Bake & Rise pizzas in the freezer just in case), and another night I was saved by a last-minute dinner invitation from a friend.

When I’m just not feeling the cooking vibe, that is generally the time when I pull out my crock-pot.  This week I resorted to a recipe that I only discovered recently, and it is amazing. I found it on the blog “A Year of Slow Cooking.”  When you read the ingredients, it sounds like an unlikely combination. But try it. Trust me. Then come on here and tell me how awesome it is.
Brown Sugar Chicken
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or cutlets ($1.50)
1 cup brown sugar ($.31)
1/4 cup lemon-lime soda (I know, I know! HFCS!) ($.10)
2/3 cup white vinegar (<$.10)
3 cloves smashed and chopped garlic ($.25)
2 T soy sauce ($.25)
1 tsp ground black pepper (pennies)
1 1/2 cup white rice ($.24)
1 package frozen asian vegetable medley ($1.69)
This is so easy -- just throw the chicken in the crockpot. Add brown sugar, garlic, soy sauce, and pepper.
If you have kids and they’re into this, here’s the science experiment part: add the vinegar, then the soda. . .it’ll start bubbling and fizzing.
Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 4 hours. 
In the last 30 minutes of cooking (right before you want to eat), pour the frozen veggies in the crockpot, and cook the rice per the package directions. 
Lay the chicken and veggies over the rice and ladle a big spoonful of broth over the whole thing. 
Now go eat!
Total Cost: $4.44

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Amazon: Cereal for under $2/box

There are some more great deals on cold cereal at Amazon today. You can have your very own cereal room!  You can get Raisin Bran Crunch for $1.92 per box, and Rice Krispies for $1.82 per box.  Under $2 is my goal price, but not quite a rock bottom price. Still, it's pretty good for not having to leave your house.

Here's how to do it:
Click on  this box to go to the Raisin bran Crunch page.  Click the Subscribe & Save option. That will take 15% off immediately. Then, when you check out, enter code KELLOGG6. That will bring your total to $7.69 for 4 boxes if you have free shipping through Amazon Prime.
Make sure to cancel the Subscribe & Save after the items have shipped -- they'll continue sending you Raisin Bran at the regular price if you don't. You can easily cancel by going to "My Account."

For the Rice Krispies, click here:
   Pick Subscribe & Save, then enter code KELLOGG6 at checkout. Your final price using Amazon Prime will be $7.28, or $1.82 per box. Again, make sure to cancel Subscribe & Save after your order ships.

Parent & Child Scholastic Magazine for $3.99/ year

Tanga has some great magazine deals.  Click HERE and enter code CHILD to get a year of Scholastic Parent & Child for $3.99.  This magazine has a number of ways parents can enhance their child's school experience with books, crafts, and activities.


Amazon: Activity Zone Books as low as $1.05

These books are great if you're looking for a rainy day or car-ride activity for preschoolers on up. Plus, when you buy 3, the fourth book is free, bringing the total cost down to $1.05 when you put 4 in your cart!

 I like to have a collection of things like this in my gift closet in case I've forgotten a birthday present!

(Thanks, Happy Deal -- Happy Day!)
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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Driscoll's Berries: $.50 off

Sign up here to print a $.50 off coupon good for Driscoll's berries.

Deal Idea for Wegmans:

Buy a 16 oz package of Driscoll's Organic Strawberries for $4.99 (assuming you buy at least 1 penny's worth of other produce -- throw in a banana if you need something)
Use this coupon for $.50 off, doubled to $1.
Use this coupon for $1 off a $5 produce purchase
Final Cost: $2.99/lb for Organic Strawberries

BitsyBug: $5 for $10 at Babies R Us!

I think I've only bought from BitsyBug one time, but today's deal is so good I had to post it.
It's easy -- you spend $5, you get a $10 code good at

The deal does not include shipping, but many items on the website have in-store pick-up available so you could use that to get around paying for shipping.

If you shop at BRU, I would jump on this as there are limited quantities available.

The Fine Print:

  • Never Expires
  • Redeemable at or
  • Limit 1 per household.
  • Does not include shipping, but shipping is free after $100 spent

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Special Mega Swagcodes Today!

Search & Win

In honor of Memorial Day weekend, Swagbucks is giving away up to 40 FREE swagbucks in the form of codes today.

You can earn swagbuck codes by going to my Swagbucks widget on the right side of this page and clicking SC. Once you get the code, enter it in the "Gimme" box on your Swagbucks homepage.

If you're new to Swagbucks, sign up here and get an extra 50 swagbucks by entering code MEMORIALDAY.

(Thanks, I am that Lady!)

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Extreme Couponing Lite: How to Use Coupons

Last week I wrote about where to find coupons. This week I'll focus on how to actually use them.  An important point to remember is that at most grocery stores, discount stores (like Target and Walmart), and Warehouse Clubs (like BJs or Sam’s), you can use both a manufacturer’s coupon AND a store coupon on an item.  Using two different kinds of coupons while an item is on sale is the most effective way to maximize your savings.

For example, this week at Target you can get a free kids toothbrush by using a manufacturer’s coupon -- $1 off 1 in the 4/17 RP insert -- and a store coupon found on Target’s website -- also $1 off 1 -- bringing the normal retail price of $1.99 down to FREE. 

It actually matters in what order you give the cashier your coupons. Generally the rule is to make sure you scan your store rewards card first. After that, it depends on what store you are at. 

At Wegmans, I haven't found that it makes a huge difference, but I usually give store coupons first and manufacturer's coupons second.  Sometimes you'll still get the error beep, but the cashiers are usually able to override the machine.

At Target, I always have issues for some reason. The machine will make the scanning beep whether or not the coupon goes through, and since cashiers don't usually look up when they are scanning several coupons at once, you really have to pay attention to the screen.  You'll have the best luck if you give the cashier the Target coupons first, then manufacturer coupons.

At Walgreens, always give Register Rewards first, then store coupons, then manufacturer coupons. If not, the machine will beep, and you may not get all your discounts.  Also at Walgreens, you cannot have more coupons than you have products in your order. This is possible if you have store and manufacturer coupons for many products. In this case, you need to be prepared to pick out a "filler" item -- it could be a pack of gum, or even a $.10 pencil -- to make sure the item count does not exceed the coupon count.

Finally, the most important tip when using coupons at checkout is to be prepared. Make sure the products you have match the quantities or sizes listed on the coupon. Make sure you have the appropriate number of coupons for products you have in your cart. I always go to store with a list of the items I need as well as the coupons I will use for each product. Preparation helps things go smoothly at the cash register.

And of course, be courteous to the cashier. If you're going to be THAT crazy coupon lady (or man!),  a little bit of patience and kindness for the person who is helping you stay within your budget is always appreciated.


Wegmans: $1 off Fresh Produce

Here is a great coupon for $1 off a $5 purchase of fresh produce at Wegmans.  From what I've seen in the past, the $5 purchase does not have to be for only one item -- it can be $5 combined from several produce items.

Lovin' these new Wegmans coupons!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Sad about Oprah leaving? This will cheer you up!

In honor of Oprah's last show today, Amazon is offering one full year of O, the Oprah Magazine, for just $9. That's only $.75 an issue and a great deal as I never see Oprah's magazine for this price.

Don't forget to use your Swagbucks gift cards to knock this price down even more!

(Thanks, Hip2Save!)

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Morningstar Farms Printables: as low as $1.49!

There are some brand new Morningstar Farms printables available, all for $1 off 1. Regular price at Wegmans is $3.59, making all their products $2.59 with coupon.

$1 off 1 Morningstar Farms Product

$1 off 1 Morningstar Farms Product

$1 off Morningstar Farms Breakfast Biscuit

If you are heading to Target, you can get an even better deal as they have a special price for Morningstar farms this week: $2.99 a package. If you stack the above coupons with this Target coupon, you can get a package for $1.49!

(Thanks, Money Saving Mom!)

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5 Easy Ways to Win Swagbucks

Search & Win

Some of you are probably new to Swagbucks, and others probably never make a purchase from without using your Swagbucks gift cards. Whichever camp you’re in, hopefully these tips will help you win even more Swagbucks to get more free stuff!
1. Do the Daily Poll. You may complete the daily poll once per day, and you get 1 swagbuck each time you do this.

2. Complete the “NOSO” -- no obligation special offers. I usually just keep clicking “see next offer” or “skip offer” until I get to the end. The past couple of days I’ve noticed that you have to watch a video as well to redeem your NOSO swagbucks, but it’s short -- less than 10 seconds. You can earn 2 swagbucks per day this way.

3. Click on “Trusted Surveys.”  That’s it! You get 1 swagbuck per day by just clicking.

4. Take advantage of Mega Swagbucks Fridays. No matter what else you do, make sure you do all your searching on Friday. I’ve won as much as 50 in one search before (about $.50).  Others have reported winning 100 or even 1000 swagbucks for a search on Fridays.

5. Look for videos on Swagbucks’ homepage.  Once a week or so there will be a special video about shown on the homepage that you can watch for 2 swagbucks. I usually just play it then mute my computer and open a new window. It takes about 3 seconds!
If you’re looking for the Daily Poll, NOSO, and Trusted Surveys, they are located within the “Earn” tab at the top of the page.

Good Luck!

TinyPrints: Free Picture Card for Father's Day!

Tinyprints is again offering a free Father's Day Card.

Use the code TYOPRAH at checkout to get a free card up to $3.99 Shipping is free if you send it to yourself, and only $.44 if you send it directly to the recipient.

Oh, and it doesn't have to be just for Father's Day -- you can personalize it to say anything you want.

(Thank you, I am That Lady!)

Zoolu: $25 for $50 at Mamapedia logo

I was SO excited to see this deal at Mamapedia this morning. I love, and did a lot of shopping there for my kids' (and others') birthdays.  Their personalized toys are wonderful -- Mason has a puzzle with his name on it that he loves.

Remember, get 10% Off Your First MamaPedia SweetDeals Purchase with code: MAY10 (save up to $10), making this only $22.50 for $50 worth of goodies!

The fine print:

  • Limit 2 per person
  • Cannot be used for taxes or shipping (free shipping at $75)
  • Valid on all merchandise, excluding Petunia Picklebottom products
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Tuesday, May 24, 2011 $20 for $40 at

I missed this deal last time it came around (I think on Dealpulp), but I'm definitely going for it this time. offers a huge variety of natural home, grocery, and personal care products.

Limit 2 per customer.
Free shipping over $49.

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Tuesday's Grocery Round-Up 5/24

I managed to get to 3 stores this week, and spent a total of $18 at Aldi, $5 at Target, and  $47.42 at Wegmans, making my total for this week $70.42, which is a little below my $80/week goal.  My total for actual food is even lower, but I bought several personal care items at Wegmans because I found some good deals on things we need for the summer.

There were several good coupon match-ups at Wegmans this week, so I dropped Mason off at school and  did some deals with Emma. Here's what it looked like:

I was able to make the coupons/sales this week work with my menu plan. For instance, I wanted to make chicken stir fry this week because I'm well stocked with chicken, and I have a 10 lb bag of rice in the pantry.  I bought Wegmans special blends stir-fry vegetables with the $1 off coupon I had from a recent prescription insert (making it $2.99 after coupon), and I bought Kikkoman Stir-Fry sauce using the $.55 off 1 and $1 off 2 coupons in the 5/15 SS insert.  The stir fry sauce came to only $1 each when you buy 2.  For a total of $3.99 this week, I was able to get ingredients for a meal my family loves. 

The Cottonelle moist wipes and the International Delights Breve creamer were both free, thanks to THIS deal and THIS deal.  

Not included in the picture is a half gallon of Wegmans brand peanut butter swirl ice cream. I was happy it was on sale for $1.99, but I would have bought it at normal price. Sometimes a girl needs her ice cream.

Since I started seriously shopping at Aldi about a month ago, I have managed to shave at least $15 a week off my grocery bill. This week at Aldi I picked up mostly dairy and deli products. I spent $18 and came home with:

12 pack of string cheese
8 oz block of colby cheese
8 oz sliced provolone 
Jar of grated Parmesano-Romano cheese
Gallon of whole milk (I use this for recipes)
2 packs of Uncle Ben’s Flavored Rice ($1.09 each)
3 lbs of dried pinto beans
1 lb honey-roasted ham

Oh, and I bought 2 packages of Stacey's pita chips -- which I am totally addicted to, and there are no manufacturer's coupons available for -- for $2.50 each at Target, which is the lowest "regular" price I've found. 

Target: Salad Dressing for $.44

If you don't have the time or inclination to make your own dressing, there is a good deal at Target this week.

2 bottles of Kraft salad dressing at $1.69 each
Use $1 off 2 Target printable HERE
Use $1.50 off 2 from the 5/15 RP insert
Final Cost: $.44 each after both coupons

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

Monday, May 23, 2011

Snapfish: 50% off EVERYTHING thru 5/30

Looking for a great gift for Father's Day?
Snapfish is offering 50% off everything on the site by using code 50ALLCART. This works for photobooks, prints, calendars, and everything else!

If you're a new customer, don't forget to pick up your 50 free 4x6 prints also!
Good through 5/30/11.

(Thanks, Happy Deal -- Happy Day!)

The No-Poo Experiment

For the past 3 months, I have been toying with the idea of going no-poo. For those who don’t know, no-poo is a method of cleaning and conditioning your hair using only baking soda and apple cider vinegar.
Stay with me. I’m about to go all dirty hippy on you.
I’ve been finding good deals on my regular shampoo and conditioner, but I always had a  nagging feeling that it wasn’t good putting all that cetyl alcohol and sodium laureth sulfate on my body and down the drain into the water supply. I’ve only used natural bath products on my children since they both have extremely sensitive and dry skin, but used conventional drugstore products for me and my husband because they are much more affordable. 
I started hearing about no-poo a year ago.  First, there was this article on  Then was a buzz on some of the blogs and message boards I frequent, and at that time, I kind of thought that was a whole new level of eco-crazy and I could never go there.
I’ve gone there.
Unlike many of my zany ideas, I actually put some time and thought into this before trying it out. We’re talking about my hair, after all. There was a time in my life that I would recoil in terror if anyone suggested letting a product that cost less than $20 a bottle touch my lustrous mane.
Anyone who saw me at the grocery store today knows I have nothing to lose (truly, I was a horrifying sight in sweatpants, glasses, and a free-with-purchase headband).  I’ve been steadily increasing the time in between washes, from 2-3 days after a blowout to up to 7 days. Yes, 7. I will say that I have very thick, fairly dry hair, so my hair often looks better on day 2,3, or even 4, than it could possibly look on day 1. 
After all the hemming and hawing over whether or not to try no-poo, actually executing it was ridiculously simple. I bought a gallon of apple cider vinegar for $2, scrounged up some baking soda from the pantry, and gave it a whirl. Here’s how to do it:
Before showering, brush and massage your scalp vigorously to loosen up the dirt and oils.
Mix 1 tbsp of baking soda into about a cup of warm water to form a paste. I just brought a cup of baking soda with me into the shower and filled up the cup there. Slowly pour it over your hair in sections - front, back, and both sides. Massage it into your scalp really thoroughly.
Rinse really well. Make sure there is no baking soda left near your scalp.
Slowly pour 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar mixed with 1 cup warm water over your head, the same way as the baking soda mixture.  This is your conditioner and will balance out the basic baking powder.
Day 1: Executed above plan after the kids went to bed. My hair feels about the same as it normally does after I wash, blow dry, and straighten, except maybe softer. I didn’t use any straightening lotion like I normally do so I hope it stays frizz-free tomorrow. The forecast is calling for rain.
This is my hair the evening of Day 1. Not too bad so far.

Day 2: Things are not going well. It doesn’t help that it has been raining for oh, a month straight. My hair never performs well under these conditions. Regardless of the weather, though, I washed my hair only a day and a half ago and it feels greasy and dirty already. It’s also frizzy, but that’s probably because of the weather. 
I’m going forward with this experiment, even though the preliminary results are not promising, because I have heard from various people that if you keep with it, eventually your hair “gets used” to natural cleansing methods. And also because, let’s face it, this is the most attention my hair has gotten in a while.
Day 3: Ok, things aren’t going well here. I just “washed” my hair using the baking soda and vinegar method, and I’m not feeling good about it. Not only does my hair feel greasy and dirty, my face feels like it’s about to break out. I’m am this.close to caving in and just working up a big lather of cetyl alcohol and sodium laureth sulfate and all those other nasty things in commercial shampoo.  It doesn’t help that I was too lazy to blow dry, and now my hair is a wavy, kinky mess. I’m not sure how much longer this experiment is going to last.
Day 4: I felt extremely greasy this morning so I just rinsed with the apple cider vinegar, then blow-dried. My hair looks noticably  dirty.  I have to go out today, so I'll throw my hair up in a clip and hope no one notices.  Nobody says anything, but maybe my friends are just too polite to tell me the truth about my new ‘do.  Also, my face is starting to break out from all the oil.
Day 5: My resolve is waning. I will wash my hair today, with the most detergent-y shampoo I have, and work it into a big, thick lather.  I feel guilty for caving, but it’s taken me thirty years to perfect my hair-care ritual. I’ll have to find other ways of being green and frugal than going “no-poo.”

Looking back, I'm glad I tried it. It's always good to get out of my comfort zone and try new (to me!) ways of doing things. After all, women have been washing their hair for thousands of years, and we've only had shampoo as we know it for the past 75 years.   The failure of this experiment just strengthens my resolve to search harder for coupons and deals on more earth-friendly shampoo formulations. 

What new green ideas have you tried lately?  

Lady Gaga: Born This Way Album only $.99!

Are you all about the Gaga?
Get an MP3 download of her ENTIRE album, Born This Way, for $.99 on Amazon.

That's less than the cost of one song on iTunes!
Today only.

Old Navy: 25% off Today Only!

Print out THIS coupon to get 25% off your entire purchase today at Old Navy.

Use code ONMELON online.

If you don't get there today, the coupon is worth 20% tomorrow and 15% Wednesday.

This coupon not valid on Old Navy everyday steals, jeans, or baby/toddler merchandise.

$12 for One Year of National Geographic Kids

 Here's another great Mamapedia magazine deal.  Normally priced at $24, this beautiful magazine appeals to kids of all ages.

If you're a new Mamapedia buyer, get an EXTRA 10% off by using coupon code NATGEOKIDS at checkout.  That's only $1.08 per issue!

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Make it Yourself Monday: Pan-Searing Flour

Wegmans is smart.  Really smart.  In many of their Menu Magazine recipes, they promote products that you can only buy at Wegmans.  Makes sense, right?

On some of these products, though, I found with minimal thought you can make it yourself for much less money and hassle.

One of these products is Wegmans Pan-Searing Flour. For $1.99, you get 10 oz of "special" flour in which you can dredge chicken or fish in preparation for searing in oil.   I was totally on the bandwagon with this product, until one day I went to use it and realized I only had 1 teaspoon left -- not enough to season a whole batch of fish.

So I read the ingredients. They are: Enriched Bleached Flour, Sea Salt, Spice.


That's it? Flour and salt?

This is an easy one.

Pan-Searing Flour -- enough for four 4-6 oz pieces of meat or fish

1/4 c White flour
2 tsp sea salt
1 tsp pepper
1 tsp other spices (Basil, cumin, or paprika, depending on the type of recipe I am making)

Mix all together in a bowl, dredge meat or fish, then cook.

Original Price: $1.99
Make it Yourself Price: pennies.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Groupon: $10 for $20 of Cloth Diapers

There is a great Groupon in New Orleans that expires in 3 hours for $10 for $20 worth of cloth diapers at

They carry Happy Heiney, Kawaii, and other one-size pocket diapers, as well as a variety of diaper balms and detergents.

I wish I needed diapers because this is a great deal!

Amazon Mom: Seventh Generation Wipes as low as $.02 per wipe!

Today at Amazon, when you are an AmazonMom member and sign up for Subscribe & Save (you can always cancel after your order is shipped), you can get a 12-pack of Seventh Generation Wipe Refills -- 840 wipes -- for $19.47. That is $.02 per wipe, which is definitely a stock-up price.

If you have any $5 Amazon gift cards from Swagbucks, you can use these as well to make the price even lower!

Wegmans Deals and Coupons for Week of 5/22- 5/28

Wegmans' new thing is their "Consistently Low Prices."  They have promised to not raise prices on certain staple items (see the list HERE) throughout 2011.  Also, there is no more weekly ad, but they have been offering more store coupons.  I've been finding store coupons in a couple of different places.

Because of my kids' asthma, we get a lot of prescriptions, and there are always coupons in the prescription paperwork. Last week I got $1 off Sushi, $1 off Visine, $1 off 2 super yogurt cups, and $1 off Wegmans Blueberry Nut Blend.

Also, I found a whole booklet of Wegmans personal care related coupons near the pharmacy in the East Avenue Wegmans. I don't think these are always out, but it's worth swinging by the pharmacy area to see if there are any in your store.

Don't forget to get the Nature's Marketplace circular, located in -- you guessed it -- the Nature's Marketplace area.  I picked one up yesterday and found a coupon for $1 off 1 Traditional Medicinals tea and $1 off 1 Bear Naked Granola, among others.

There are also some great new coupons in the Summer Menu Magazine that just came out. Highlights include $1 off Organic Fresh Chicken, Beef, or Pork and $1 off fresh Feta cheese -- can't wait to sprinkle it over my grilled CSA veggies!

Here are more great deals for this week:

Wegmans BBQ Sauce (I like the Memphis flavor!) $1.99
Use THIS coupon for $1 off 2
Final Cost: $1.49 each when you buy 2 bottles

Wegmans Yogurt Salad Dressings $3.29
Use THIS coupon for $1 off 1
Final Cost:  $2.29

Whole Golden Pineapple $3.99

Reach Toothbrush 2-pack $.99
Use $2 off 1 multipack from 5/8 SS insert
Final Cost: Free

Wegmans Wheat Hot Dog Rolls $1.99
(The white ones are $1.19, but they also have high fructose corn syrup in them.)

Wegmans Organic Canned Vegetables (Beans, Corn or Peas) $.99

Wegmans Fresh Meat, various prices
Use THIS for $1 off a $5 purchase

Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs $1.99
Use THIS for $.55 off 1, doubled to $1.10 off
Final Cost: $.89

Earnest Eats Whole Food Bar $1.49
Use THIS for $.50 off, doubled to $1 off
Final Cost: $.49

Suave Body Wash $1.50
Use $1 off 3 coupon in 5/22 RP insert
Final Cost: $1.16 each when you buy 3

John Frieda Precision Foam Color Product $11.99
Use $5 off 1 coupon in 5/1 SS insert
Use $2 off 1  coupon in Wegmans pharmacy coupon booklet (at selected stores)
Final Cost: $4.99

John Frieda Root Awakening Product $4.49 w/ Shopper's Club Card
Use $3 off 1 in 5/1 SS insert
Use $1 off 2 John Frieda Products in Wegmans pharmacy coupon booklet (at selected stores)
Final Cost: $2.49 each when you buy 2

What deals did you find at Wegmans this week?

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