Saturday, August 20, 2011

Sunday Coupon Preview: New Natural Coupons!

I just checked out Sunday Coupon Preview and found out that there will be some nice natural & organic coupons in tomorrow's paper:

$4/1 Brita Pitcher or Faucet Mount System
$1/3 Stonyfield Oikos 5.3 oz cups of yogurt
$.25/1 Heinz Ketchup (good on Simply Heinz, which contains no HFCS)
$1/1 Wonderful Mini Almonds

Other High-Value Coupons:

$.75/1 French's Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce -- which will bring the price to only $.70 at Wegmans
$3/2 Pantene Products
$.50/1 Nestle Dark Chocolate Morsels
$2/1 L'Oreal Skincare item

Head over to Sunday Coupon Preview to see all of the coupons available tomorrow!


Madhava Organic Agave at Amazon $12.97 for 92 oz

Madhava Organic Agave Nectar - Light, 46-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2)
This is the lowest price I've seen on Madhava Organic Agave Nectar in a while. Here's how to get it at this super-low price:
1. Go here: Madhava Organic Agave Nectar  -- the listed price is $17.29 for 2  46 oz bottles
2. Choose Subscribe & Save. That will lower the price to $14.70
3. Enter code MADAGAVE at checkout. That will bring the price down to $12.97 with free shipping.

That's it! Just remember to cancel Subscribe & Save after your order ships if you don't want to continue recieving shipments at regular price.

If you haven't tried it before, Agave nectar can be used as a low-glycemic index sugar substitute in many recipes.


Do You Notice Something Different??

I've added a fun new feature to Mindfully Frugal Mom -- the Natural & Organic Coupon page, just to your right between "Home" and "Print Coupons Here."

Instead of doing a round up of Natural and Organic Coupons once a week, now I can share amazing coupons on all-natural foods with you as soon as I find them!

Go ahead, check it out!

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Friday, August 19, 2011

What's in Your Mailbox?

It was a great mail week here at my house! First, our favorite mail lady was back from vacation, and second, she brought a TON of free samples, magazines, and coupons. Take a look:

It's a pretty random mish-mash, isn't it? 
And some of these goodies are still available:
  • Huggies Diaper sample with $1.50/1 coupons (we normally cloth diaper, but these are good to have when we're away for a few days.)
  • Tampax Pearl Tampons
  • FREE Stonyfield Farm 4-pack coupon from Stonyfield Rewards
  • 7-day Sample of Align Probiotics -- no longer available
  • American Baby Magazine -- Free, I get it because there are often coupons inside!
  • OK Magazine -- $2/year -- I don't remember where I got this but I remember the price
  • Marie Claire -- $4.69
  • Whole Living -- $4.69
  • Enfamil Formula Checks and samples -- I honestly have no idea why I'm getting these, but I'll probably swap the checks and donate the samples.

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Frugal Fridays: Fried and Fabulous Eggplant Parmesan

My husband has never insisted that I blog about something before. After eating my version of eggplant parmesan, he was absolutely adamant that I share this recipe.  For my part, I’m thrilled it turned out well, considering I had absolutely no plan other than to use up the stuff in my CSA basket. Here’s what I had to work with:
  • 7 small graffiti eggplants
  • 1 pint of cherry tomatoes
  • 6 beets
  • lots and lots of eggs -- we get an egg share but we haven’t been eating many lately
  • basil

Pretty random, right? But I have a decently stocked pantry so I decided to make some kind of eggplant parmesan. I’ve always baked, broiled, or grilled my eggplant in the past, but this time I thought, what the heck, let me fry it up and see what happens.
What happens is the cook loses an eyebrow, but the food turns out delicious. 
One Dish Eggplant Parmesan
For the fried eggplant:
  • 6-8 small graffiti eggplant, cut into medallions
  • 4 tbsp flour
  • 2 eggs + 1 tbs milk, mixed and seasoned with pepper
  • 1/2 -3/4 cup Panko bread crumbs 
  • 2 tsp Italian seasoning
  • salt & pepper to taste

1. Take out 3 bowls, and create a breading assembly line. The first should be flour, the second should be the eggs, and the third should be the Panko mixed with Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper.  2. Dip the eggplant in the flour, then the eggs, then coat completely with the bread crumb mixture.
3. In a large saute pan, pour in enough canola or vegetable oil to coat the bottom of the pan. 4. Heat the oil on MEDIUM heat. Oil that is boiling hot pops and sprays. Everywhere. Including my eyebrow. 
5. Toss the coated eggplant into the saute pan and fry for about 4 minutes on each side, until brown and crispy. Set on a paper towel on a plate.
For the pasta: 
12-16 oz dry pasta
1 cup parmesan cheese
1 pint cherry tomatoes
1. Cook the pasta according to package directions. Set aside 1/2 cup of cooking water to help thicken the sauce.
2. Drain pasta (minus the 1/2 cup cooking water).
3. Add 3/4 cup cheese to the pasta and mix until mostly melted
4. Add the cherry tomatoes.  The hot pasta will slightly cook them until tender and sweet.
5. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Put Everything Together:
1. Spoon the pasta into a large serving bowl
2. Add the fried eggplant and mix together gently
3. Top with 1/4 cup grated parmesan and chopped basil
Oh wait. I forgot to mention the beets, didn’t I?  I boiled and peeled them. That’s it. And guess what? My kids both turned their noses up at the eggplant, but devoured boiled beets. Who knew?

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Under $55 at Wegmans & Within Budget!

I posted yesterday about how my family is going to a cash envelope system for variable household expenses.  So when I went grocery shopping this week, I knew I had $80 for the week to spend -- and that is all. 

I was really happy with this week's shopping trip because I stayed well within my budget, bought many organic and whole foods for my family, and still was able to buy a few treats. 

Bananas - 2 lbs at $.49/lb

Driscoll's Strawberries -- $2.99 for 1 lb 
Final Price $1.99

Local Nectarines -- $2.99/quart

Wegmans Soft Whole Wheat Bread -- 2 pk -- $2.99

Silk Almond Milk & Soy Milk -- $3.39 each
Used $1.25/1 and $1.00/1 (don't remember where I got these!)
Final Price= $2.14 & $2.39

YoToddler 4-pack -- $2.49
FREE after coupon from Healthy Child, Healthy World

YoBaby 4-pack -- $2.49
Used $1/1 Coupon from Healthy Child, Healthy World
Final Price -- $1.49

2 Organic Valley Whole Milk half gallons -- $3.99 each
Used 2 $1.00/1 coupons from Healthy Child, Healthy World
Final Price= $2.99 each

Polly-O String Cheese -- 24 oz -- $6.99 (This specific product is the lowest price per ounce for string cheese at the Eastway Wegmans)

Sabra Hummus, 17 oz -- $3.59  -- I was all out of the $1/1 coupons from 6/26 SS, but we love this brand!

Wegmans Low-Fat Vanilla Yogurt, 32 oz -- $1.99 -- we use this in our smoothies!

2 Luigi's Italian Ice -- $2.49/each on Shopper's Club
Used $1/2 from 8/14 RP
Final Price= $1.99/each

4 Boxes Wegmans Pasta -- $.79 each

1 Box Wegmans Orzo -- $1.19

2 Bags Stacy's Pita Chips -- $2.69 each -- The price is ridiculous, but I'm addicted, what can I say?

1 4-oz bag Pirate's Booty -- $2.79 (which I think is also ridiculously expensive, but my husband loves it so much he hides it from our kids)

Wegmans Shredded Pecorino-Parmesano Cheese -- $3.51

The key to this trip being so frugal is the fact that I did 90% of my menu planning from the pantry & CSA basket.  We mostly bought dairy products and bread, since the pantry is so well-stocked right now.  If I'm going to stick with cash envelopes for groceries, meal planning is a necessity.

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Wegmans: $1 off Refrigerated Pasta

Wegmans' Thursday coupon is for $1 off Refrigerated Pasta. This is a splurge item in my household, so it's nice to see a coupon for it!

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Weekly Menu Plan -- Let's Eat from the Pantry!

I've been stocking up with coupons and great deals so much lately, my pantry is filled with plenty of meal fixin's: rice, frozen vegetables, oatmeal, crackers, bread crumbs, pasta, and rice noodles.  Plus, I still have plenty of chicken in the freezer from my 40 lb buying spree back in May. 

In order to keep as much money in my cash envelopes as possible, I decided to try to plan this week's meals around what I already have in my pantry. Here's what I came up with:

Monday -- Date-night! (I know Monday is a lame day for date night, but my dad and step-mom offered to take the kids, so we will take what we can get!)
Tuesday -- Grilled Barbecue Chicken with Sweet Potato Fries & Grilled Squash
Wednesday -- Pork Ribs with grilled vegetables and biscuits (still looking for a good slow-cooker pork rib recipe, so please share if you have one!)
Thursday -- CSA Vegetable Stir Fry with Fried Rice 
Friday -- Italian Chicken & Orzo Skillet -- I'm using the recipe from the Philadelphia Cooking Creme package. There is a coupon here that makes it only $1.19 at Wegmans. 
Saturday -- Dinner with Extended Family
Sunday -- Quesadillas with fresh salsa

The only thing I need to buy for all of these meals is the orzo fro Friday's Chicken & Orzo Skillet. Not too bad!

What do you have cooking this week?

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FREE eBooks at Amazon

Amazon always has a varying selection of completely free eBooks to download.  Even if you don't have an eReader, you can download them to your computer or smartphone easily.

Here are a few for August:

Head over here to find more free eBooks. Remember to check that the price is $0.00 before you check out, as the price can change without notice.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

New Coupons! just released some brand new printable coupons!  Combining these coupons with sales could make for some pretty low prices. For example, the Land O Lakes Spreadable Butter will cost only $1.29 at Wegmans with this coupon. Also, I saw Starburst for $.75 at Wegmans last week -- that means they are FREE with the coupon below!

  • $0.40 off One Package of LAND O LAKES Margarine

  • $0.50 off LAND O LAKES Spreadable Butter Product $0.50 off LAND O LAKES Buttery Taste Spread

  • $0.50 off 2 packages of LAND O LAKES Butter

  • $0.75 off LAND O LAKES Cinnamon Butter Spread

  • $0.55 off on any Bagel-fuls (4ct)

  • $1.50 off 3 Glade Glade 4-oz. Jar Candles

  • $1.00 off any ONE Skittles, Starburst, Life Savers

  • $1.00 off 1 Minute Maid Juice Box 10-pk

  • $3.00 off any Non-Drowsy Claritin-D Allergy

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    Cash Envelopes: The Key for Reaching My Savings Goals?

    It's not even September yet, but my husband and I decided we need to get a little more serious about our savings goals in the new school year.  In order to really be aware of what is coming in and out of our bank account, we've decided to go to a cash envelope system for our variable expenses, like groceries, restaurants, and clothing.  
    We had heard of Dave Ramsey's cash envelope system in the past, but never had the cojones to actually implement it.  We finally got around to having a serious financial discussion last week, went through our budget with a fine-tooth comb, and scrutinized every purchase.  Not surprisingly, there were quite a few impulse purchases (Oh, how I love you, Zulily!) as well as some house-related items that were necessary but un-budgeted for.  
    Because we were able to pay our bills every month and have a little (ok, very little) left over, we had grown complacent about our  goals for savings and for paying off student loans.  These goals are being undermined by the habit of not being mindful of the big picture.  
    We hope that using cash envelopes will help us to eradicate (or at least minimize) impulse spending and stay on track with our savings goals and our goal of paying off one of our student loans by May. 
    Here’s a real-life example of how cash envelopes work.  In our budget, my husband and I decided $325 a month should be adequate for our grocery bill (don’t worry -- we have a separate account for take-out/restaurants/Starbucks).  When we get the first paycheck of the month, I will go to the ATM and take out $325, and put it in a labeled envelope. The next time I go grocery shopping, I will take out $80 (1/4 of $325) in cash and put it in my wallet. That is ALL I get to spend on my family’s groceries that week. This week I only spent $55, so next week I’ll have $80+$25 to spend -- helpful if I need to stock up on meat.
    I know it’s kind of crazy to lay our financial goals out there for the whole interwebz to see, but I’m hoping that being more open will provide me with some accountability. 
    I’d love to hear some responses letting me know how you are achieving your financial goals!

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    Crocs 55% off at Zulily!

    I've been taking a self-imposed Zulily break, but that doesn't mean you have to! There are some adorable back to school Crocs for under $20 today at Zulily

    I found these shoes for boys for $19.99. My son had a pair of these last year that we used as slippers, and he loved them!

    The Mary Janes for girls on the right are perfect for back to school and only $14.99.

    I'm sure the Crocs will sell out quickly so make sure to take advantage of the deals if you're looking for Crocs this fall!  Zulily also has Crocs for Men & Women.

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    Amazon Albums for $5

    Each month Amazon releases 100 full albums for only $5 each to download.  They are offering some really great picks for August. Here are some of my favorites:


    Monday, August 15, 2011

    Super Snapfish Deal: 100 Prints for $1

    This deal ends tomorrow, so jump on it now!

    To get 100 4x6 photo prints from Snapfish, just log on to your snapfish account, upload 100 photos (it has to be 100 or the code won't work), and enter code WEDPRINT at checkout.

    Some people are even reporting free shipping with this deal so it's definitely worth trying!

    I'm about to upload all my summer pics to Snapfish now!

    (Thanks, Common Sense with Money!)


    Extreme Couponing Lite, Part V: Coupons, Coupons, and More Coupons!

    So I realize that the lag between part IV and part V of my Extreme Couponing Series is about 2 months long, but I’ve been so busy posting amazing deals and recipes that I haven’t had much time to add on to the series! 
    I’d love to share with you some new and different ways to find and use coupons.  Warning: some of these tips may be unconventional, a little out there, or even plain old silly.  Here’s the thing, though: I would never endorse something I haven’t tried, and, for better or worse, I’ve tried all of these ideas, with varying levels of success. 
    1. Coupon Swap -- Coupon swapping is one of my favorite ways to score deals and find high-value coupons.  The idea is the same as bartering, except you are exchanging coupons, either coupon codes which can be sent by email or actual coupons sent by mail. In the past I’ve done all my swapping on TheBump, which is an online family forum. In the past I’ve swapped formula checks and printable coupons (like this one) for Silk Soy milk coupons, Kashi coupons, and even $5 Amazon gift cards! The best part is, it’s absolutely free to participate, and you are getting coupons and discounts by getting rid of coupons you won’t use! Another swapping site is, which I have visited but haven’t used yet. 

    2. Recyclebank -- Recyclebank is a website that awards user points in exchange for taking quizzes, playing games, and completing different recycling tasks.  When you’ve earned enough points, you turn them in for high-value coupons on various items -- my favorite so far has been the $2/1 Kashi coupon, but you can also qualify for 1 FREE Happy Baby product as well.  It’s super-easy to get points. To sign up for Recyclebank, go here.  

    All You (1-year auto-renewal)3. All You Magazine -- I just ordered All You Magazine, and I can’t believe I waited so long to subscribe.  As a magazine, it’s fairly typical, with recipes, health and beauty tips, and articles about family.   The best part about All You, though, is the amazing high-value coupons that are in every single issue. All these coupons can, of course, be combined with store coupons and sales to get the lowest prices possible. All You costs $1.66 an issue (or $19.99/year), which is more than I usually spend for a magazine, but the coupon savings in just one issue MORE than make up for the cost.  I got my August All You about 2 weeks ago, and these are a few of the coupons I found inside:
    $2 off Nivea Body Wash
    $.50 off Nature’s Path Cereal
    $1 off Sally Hansen Salon Effects
    $1 off Dove Hair Care
    $3 off Sally Hansen Beauty Tool purchase of $5 or more
    $2 off Neutrogena Cosmetics

    4. Write to the Company -- This is a little more time-consuming, but usually extremely effective in obtaining high value coupons and samples of your favorite products.  I’ve posted before how I emailed Dr. Bronner’s and obtained several samples and coupons for their products.

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    Free Sample of Eco-Friendly Garbage Bags

    Head over here to sign up or a free 10-pack sample of Eco Bag Pac Garbage Bags!

    (Thanks, Money Saving Mom!)


    Make it Yourself Monday: Homestyle Italian Meatballs

    I know everyone has their own favorite meatball recipe, but this one is close to my heart. I have great memories of Sunday nights at my grandmother's house, eating these meatballs in long-simmered marinara sauce.  You may thing you've had delicious meatballs before, but if you haven't had my grandmother's recipe, you need to fry some up for yourself. 

    Yes, I said fry. You can bake them for a more healthful preparation, but they won't be just like grandmas.  At the risk of sounding like Paula Deen, some things -- potatoes, bacon, oreos -- just cry out to be fried. Hey, at least this recipe uses heart-healthy olive oil!

    Grandma's Sunday Meatballs

    1 lb ground beef
    3 slices day-old Italian bread, crumbled into coarse crumbs
    3 eggs
    3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
    1 tsp dried parsley
    1/2 tsp dried basil
    1 tbsp good quality grated parmesan or pecorino cheese
    1/2- 3/4 tsp salt
    3/4 tsp pepper
    olive oil

    • Whisk together the eggs and bread crumbs in a medium bowl. Add the garlic, parsley, basil, cheese, salt, and pepper to the egg mixture.  Mix until thoroughly combined
    • Add the egg mixture to the ground beef in a large bowl. Combine all ingredients manually -- that's right -- you have to get your hands dirty!
    • Form the mixture into balls, roll them in a light coating of olive oil, and pan-fry.
    • Place them on a paper towel on a plate
    • Serve with red sauce and pasta
    Note: these can easily be frozen if you have the fortitude not to eat them all in one sitting.
    I still have some in my freezer from my Once a Month Slow Cooker Freezer Cooking from the Stockpile extravaganza.  

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    Sunday, August 14, 2011

    Wegmans Deals and Coupon Round-Up -- 8/14

    Here are the best deals this week at Wegmans. Remember, not every region gets the exact same coupon inserts, so the denominations in your paper may be different. Also, my match-ups are done using the prices in Rochester-area Wegmans’ stores.
    Have you found any amazing deals at Wegmans lately? Feel free to comment about your best scores this week, too!
    Continuing Wegmans Coupons:
    Danimals 4 pack -- $2.49
    Use $.50/1 from 8/14 SS
    Final Price= $1.49
    Oscar Mayer Classic Hot Dogs (Wieners, Bun-Length, or Turkey) -- 2/$3.00 on Shopper’s Club
    Use $1/2 from  6/19 SS
    Final Price=$1 each when you buy 2 
    Ricola Throat Lozenges -- $1.69
    Final Price= $.49
    Philadelphia Cooking Creme -- $2.69
    Final Price= $1.19
    Wholly Guacamole -- $4.99
    Final Price= $3.99
    Eggland's Best Eggs -- Dozen Medium Cage-Free Organic -- $3.29
    Use $.75/1 from 7/31 SS
    Final Price= $1.79
    French’s Classic Mustard, 8 oz. -- $1.29
    Final Price= $.69
    French’s Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce, 12 oz -- $2.19
    Final Price=$.69
    Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
    Final Price= $
    French’s Worcestershire Sauce -- $1.49
    Final Price= $.49
    Chex Mix Sweet ‘n Salty Snack Mix -- $2.39
    Use $.50/1 in 7/10 SS
    Final Price= $1.39
    Nature's Marketplace:
    Nature’s Path Organic Toaster Pastries -- $2.99 (buy 2)
    Final Price = $2.24 each when you buy 2
    Rice Select Texmati Brown Rice, 36 oz -- $6.99
    Final Price -- $4.99
    Simply Organic Seasoning Packets -- $1.29
    Final Price= $.29
    Simply Organic Vanilla Extract, 2 ox -- $4.49
    Final Price= $3.49
    Muir Glen Organic Tomato Sauce, 8 oz -- $.99
    Final Price= FREE
    Stacy’s Pita Chips -- $3.99
    Use $.75/1 from 6/26 SS
    Final Price=$2.49
    Snikiddy Snack Mix -- 2/$5.00
    Use (2) $.75/1 printable here (use zip code 90210)
    Final Price= 2/$2.00 or $1.00 each
    Eatsmart Naturals Veggie Crisps -- $3.49
    Use $1/1 from 7/31 SS
    Final Price= $2.49
    Barbara’s Bakery Cereal -- 2/$5.00
    Final Price= 2/$3.00 or $1.50 per box
    Morningstar Farms Veggie Patty -- $3.59
    Final Price=$2.59
    Newman's Own Pasta Sauce - $2.19
    Use $.50/1 printable from here – doubles
    Final Price = $1.19 
    Silk SoyMilk - $3.39
    Final Price= $1.89 - $2.39
    Stonyfield Farms 5.3 oz Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt -- $1.79/each
    Use $1 off 2  from Facebook
    Final Price= $2.58 for 2 or $1.29 ea
    Stonyfield Farm YoBaby 4-pack -- $2.49
    Use $.50 off any YoBaby Multipack -- doubled to $1
    Final Price= $1.49
    Alexia Julienne Sweet Potato Fries -- $2.99
    Final Price=$1.99
    Cascadian Farms Organic Winter Squash -- $1.49 on Shopper’s Club
    Final Price=  $.49
    Kashi Cereal or Granola Bars -- $2.99
    Use $1/2 in Wegmans Nature’s Marketplace Magazine
    Final Price= $2.49/each when you buy 2
    Brown Cow Greek Yogurt -- $.99/ea
    Final Price= $.98 when you buy 2, or $.49/ea
    Health & Beauty
    Suave Deodorant -- $1.99
    Use $.75/1 from 8/15 RP
    Final Price= $.49
    Dial Body Wash -- $3.99
    Use $2 off 1 from 6/12 RP
    Final Price= $1.99
    Crest Toothpaste -- $1.99 with Shopper’s Club Card
    Use $.75/1 from P&G 7/31 insert
    Final Price= $.49
    Natural Instincts Vibrant Hair Color -- $5.99
    Use $3 off 1 from 6/12 RP
    Final Price= $2.99
    Colgate Toothpaste = $1.89
    Use $.75 off 1 from 6/5 SS 
    OR $.50/1 in 7/10 SS
    OR $1/1 from 6/26 SS
    Final Price= $.39-$.89
    Bic Soleil Shavers - $5.49
    Use $3/1 in 7/10 SS
    Final Price= $2.49
    Cottonelle Fresh Flushable Moist Wipes Refill -- $2.19 (buy 2)
    Use $.75/2 in 7/17 SS
    Final Price= $1.44 each when you buy 2
    Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, 72-ct -- $2.49
    Use $.50/1 from 7/17 SS
    Final Price=$1.49
    St Ives Body Wash -- $1.99 on Shopper’s Club
    Use $.50/1  OR $.75/1 from  7/10 SS
    Final Price= $.49-$.99
    Dove Men+Care Face & Body Soap -- $2.99
    Use $1/1 from 7/31 RP
    Final Price= $1.99
    Degree Women’s & Men’s Deodorant -- $.99 on Shopper’s Club
    Use $.75/1 from 7/31 RP
    Final Price= FREE!
    Ivory Bar Soap -- $1.49
    Use $.50/1 from 7/31 P&G
    Final Price= $.49
    Garnier Fructis Shampoo or Conditioner -- $2.49 on Shopper’s Club
    Final Price= $1.49 
    Herbal Essences Shampoo or Conditioner -- $2.99
    Use $1/1 from 8/7 RP
    Final Price= $1.99
    Wegmans Summer Savings Booklet
    Make sure to check your pharmacy section for this booklet that just came out last week. Remember, you can stack Wegmans’ coupons with manufacturer’s coupons to score even better deals!
    Wegmans Club Pack Supreme Diapers (sizes 3-6)--  $12.99 on Shopper’s Club
    Use $8/1 in Summer Savings Booklet 
    Final Price= $4.99
    Aveeno Active Naturals Firming Body Lotion -- $8.29
    OR use $1.50/1 from 7/31 SS
    Use $1/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price= $5.29
    Flintstone’s Gummi Vitamins, 60 pack -- $5.99 on Shopper’s Club
    Use $1/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price= $3.99
    Crest 2 Hour Whitestrips -- $43.99
    Use $10/1 from 7/31 P&G
    Use $3/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price= $30.99
    Revlon Creme Eye Make-up -- $5.29
    Use $1/1 from 6/26 SS
    Use $1/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price=$3.29
    L’Oreal Lipcolor -- $6.49
    Use $1/1 from 8/7 RP
    Use $1/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price= $4.49
    Maybelline Eye Shadow -- $3.29
    Use $1/1 from 8/7 RP
    Use $1/1 from Summer Savings Booklet
    Final Price= $1.29

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