Hallmark $5 printable coupon!


This is a HOT deal! Save $5 off your total purchase at Hallmark using the printable coupon here. There are no minimum purchase requirements, either! This means free greeting cards, wrapping paper, gift bags, and a number of other items that you can find in the store!

Don’t forget to sign up for Gold Crown Rewards to get added bonuses throughout the year! You can sign up in the store or online here.

(Thanks Money Saving Mom!)

Send a free card from Hallmark.com!


Make sure your Mother’s Day card gets there on time this year and do it for free!

At Hallmark.com, you can send a free 5X7 paper card for Mother’s Day. Hurry because you have to order by May 1st!

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Click here to choose a 5X7 folded paper card.

2. Personalize the card with your own message and add a photo if you’d like!

3. Tell them where to send it so they can mail it for you!

4. Use the code CARD4MOM at check-out and the card and stamp will be free! It’s that easy!

What an awesome deal!

In Store deals for the day: 12/21/08

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Bath & Body Works: They reportedly have their holiday items marked down up to 75% off.

CVS: The two day sale is GREAT! (if you can find items in stock). View the scenarios for this sale (and the ad highlights for the rest of the week) here.

Hallmark: Get three .99 cards for $1 using this printable coupon here.

Kroger: Huggies diapers/Pull Ups are on sale this week (through Tuesday in my stores, YMMV depending on how your ad runs) for $9.99/each. When you use your card, you get an instant $3 off (through 12/23). There are $1 and $1.50 manufacturer’s coupons out there from the inserts and home mailers and $2 Pull Ups coupons (printable, inserts, and mailers). There are also coupons that you can load onto your Kroger card for $1.50 and $1 off at Cellfire.com and Shortcuts.com. I think the cheapest way to do this is to buy 2 packages of Huggies diapers (one regular/one Supreme). Use the $1 off manufacturer’s coupons if you have them. The $1.50 and $1 will come off from Cellfire and Shortcuts. The $3 will come off instantly. If you have all the coupons, it should be $11.48 for 2 packages. If you have receipts for at least 5 packages, you can send in for the rebate from Caregivers making it $9.48 for 2 packages (or $4.74/package). **You can only do this deal two times per transaction.** If you are doing this deal, there are $2/2 coupons you can print from the blue banners at the top and on the sidebar of the blog.

Philadelphia cream cheese is reportedly on sale 10/$10 in some areas. There is a $1/2 printable coupon you can use to get 2 packages of cream cheese for $1. Here’s the link.

You can also get free Cottonelle toilet paper with the coupons from Cellfire and Shortcuts along with your manufacturer’s coupons and free Colgate Total toothpaste with the $1.50 Cellfire coupon and your printable $1.50 coupons.

Target: New printable coupons are up on their site. There is nothing I’m incredibly excited about, but sometimes things look better due to sales. They have changed the fine print to state one per transaction ­čÖü Here’s what they’ve got:

$2 off Sutton & Dodge® steakhouse quality choice Angus beef Steak or Roast
$1 off 20-oz. or larger Tyson frozen chicken item (there was a manufacturer’s coupon for this in a recent insert)
$1 off 5-lb. bag Green Giant russet potatoes Excludes organic
$1 off 32-oz. Archer Farms® juice
$1 off Family Size Frito Lay chips
50¢ off Pringles King can
$1 off With purchase of two Archer Farms® frozen vegetables
$1 off 56-oz. Archer Farms® ice cream
$1 off With purchase of four Market Pantry® soups

The Philadelphia cream cheese is reportedly $1.12 at Super Target. Use this link to print a coupon for $1/2.

Walgreens: There aren’t a lot of hot deals this week. You can view the ad highlights here. The main biggie is the free hair dryer ($10, earn $10 RR), which is tomorrow only.

The Energizer battery charger that I posted about yesterday is a good deal still, as well. It is $9.99 now, but if you have the $1 manufacturer’s coupon (some reportedly have $2 peelies also), it will still be a $1 moneymaker with the $5 Easysaver rebate and the $5 manufacturer’s rebate.

Daily In store deals for 12/20/08 – So many deals, so little time!

If you can work some shopping into your busy last weekend before Christmas schedule, there are some great deals today.

I found this one on FW:


Toys ‘R Us has a number of doorbusters as a part of their two day sale. Shop 6 am-1 pm today to get these deals. One of the things that they are offering is the Disney Tinkerbell movie for $9.99. There is a $3 printable coupon
here, so you can get the movie for $6.99. If you have the Toys ‘R Us ad, you can also try price matching at Walmart if your store is out of stock.
You can view the full ad here. Here are a few more highlights:
*50% of all Guitar Hero Aerosmith bundles ($39.99-$44.99)
*BOGO free – all Darla dolls & accessories
*50% off all Furreal newborns – $6.99 each
*Fisher Price blue or pink medical kit – $6.99 each
*Leap Frog Fridge Talk Magnetic Word Play recorder

Gap Outlet: They will be having a huge sale starting today with 60% off original prices.

Gymboree Outlet: All sweaters will be $12.99. All microfleece will be 50% off.

Hallmark: Get three .99 cards for $1 using this printable coupon here.

Kroger: Huggies diapers/Pull Ups are on sale this week for $9.99/each. When you use your card, you get an instant $3 off (through 12/23). There are $1 and $1.50 manufacturer’s coupons out there from the inserts and home mailers and $2 Pull Ups coupons (printable, inserts, and mailers). There are also coupons that you can load onto your Kroger card for $1.50 and $1 off at Cellfire.com and Shortcuts.com. I think the cheapest way to do this is to buy 2 packages of Huggies diapers (one regular/one Supreme). Use the $1 off manufacturer’s coupons if you have them. The $1.50 and $1 will come off from Cellfire and Shortcuts. The $3 will come off instantly. If you have all the coupons, it should be $11.48 for 2 packages. If you have receipts for at least 5 packages, you can send in for the rebate from Caregivers making it $9.48 for 2 packages (or $4.74/package). **You can only do this deal two times per transaction.** If you are doing this deal, be sure to print your $2/2 coupons from the blue coupon links at the top of the blog or on the sidebar.

You can also get free Cottonelle toilet paper with the coupons from Cellfire and Shortcuts along with your manufacturer’s coupons and free Colgate Total toothpaste with the $1.50 Cellfire coupon and your printable $1.50 coupons.

Target:
All good things must come to an end, and unfortunately, some of our favorites will be expiring today. Shop early if you want to find some of this stuff in stock. You can print these using the coupon generator on HCW.

Here are a few of the good ones that will be expiring:
*$2/1 Archer Farms ham – use to purchase the ham steaks which are ranging in price from about $2.02-$2.50 (so they will be .02 to .50/each after the coupon)
*$1/1 Fresh Cauliflower or Broccoli – Broccoli is on sale 3/$4 this week which makes it .33 each after the coupon
*$1/2 Kellogg’s Pop Tarts – YMMV, but the boxes of these are $1.78 in my stores. Combine this coupon with the $1/2 manufacturer’s coupons that are out there and you pay .78/box of Pop Tarts
*$1/2 Pillsbury refrigerated baked goods – There are biscuits in a green package (you can view them here) that are priced at $1.07 at my stores. If you buy 6 of these and use 3 $1/2 printables combined with the .75/3 manufacturer’s coupon (blinkie), you will pay .32/can. If you don’t have the printables and buy 2, it’s .57/can which still isn’t a bad deal. My stores have also had a number of the ready to bake cookies on sale 2/$4. There are $1.50/2 blinkie coupons, so you pay $1.50 for two packages of ready to bake cookie dough.
*$1/2 Quaker cereal – Life has been on sale 2/$4 at my stores. Combine this with a $1/2 manufacturer’s coupon and pay $1/box (this definitely isn’t the best price ever for cereal, but if you like Life, it’s not a bad deal).

Keep an eye out for the Rayovac alkaline batteries in your $1 spot. Use the printable coupon here to get free batteries.

Walgreens 2 day doorbuster deals: (this ends today)

*Webkinz Lil’ Kinz pets – BOGO (priced at $6.99)

*Buy 2, get 2 free – kids toys (priced at $6.99/each)

*Buy 1 @ $6.99, get 2 free – Cafe Gel candle (11 oz) or Patriot Candles Mini Reed Diffuser

*50% off Sale the Color Workshop Cosmetic case (regularly $9.99 and up)

*50% off Mens’ Razor or Groomer (Remington Code or Titanium 6 in 1 grooming kit)

*50% off Sale W photo SD memory card (1 to 4 GB)

*50% off outdoor lighted Christmas decorations, light sets, and trees

*50% off digital photo frames (3.5 inch = $29.99, 7 inch = $39.99) – There is a HOT deal on the digital photo frames. This one was posted by Jen (**Kooopons**) on the BBC board.

Both of these frames are eligible for the $20 Easysaver rebate this month. You can get both frames for $29.98 after rebate (or $25.98.99 if you do the rebate on a Walgreens gift card with the bonus 10% back). If you only buy one, the 7 inch will be $19.99 after rebate and the 3.5 inch will be $9.99 after rebate). If you haven’t done the Easysaver rebates before, it is super easy because it is all online. Basically, you just have to enter your receipt and enter the # in.

*Red Baron pizza – 2/$5

*A&W, 7 Up, Sunkist, Canada Dry, or Hawaiian Punch – .79

*Spend $10 on Hallmark cards, get a $5 RR

Here are a few highlights from the regularly weekly ad:
Olay Deal – Olay Regenerist products are buy one, get one 50% off this week. The Olay Regenerist cleanser is $7.49. So, buy 2 and your total will be $11.24. There was a $5 off coupon in Sunday’s P&G insert. After this coupon, it will be $6.24. Use a $5 RR to pay (if you have one) or just pay the $6.24. There is a mail in rebate from Olay for a $15 gift card when you buy 2 Regenerist products. Here’s the link.
(ETA: Apparently the shelf tags say “prices start at $9.99” but the ad does not specify this, so if you have issues, just show them the ad)

From the 4 day sale ad (12/17-12/20):
Spend $15, get $5 RR
Triscuit 2/$6
Wheat Thins 2/$6
Ritz 2/$6
Capri Sun 2/$6
Oscar Meyer Bacon 2/$6
kraft american singles 2/$5
oscar meyer cooked ham 2/$5
deli shaved roasted turkey 2/$5
vitamin water 20 oz 5/$5
fuze 18.5 oz 5/$5
powerade 32 oz 5/$5

There are $1/2 printable coupons for use on Nabisco crackers here.

Buy 5 boxes of Triscuits, Wheat Thins, or Ritz and use 2 $1/2 printables. Spend $13 (or $8 if you are rolling one of your holiday RR into this deal) and get a $5 RR back.

Other deals:
The DeMet’s turtles are on sale for $.99 and there is a $1.50/1 coupon from the 11/16 SS insert. You have to buy more than one box to use the coupon or it beeps. So, buy 2 boxes and pay .48. Buy 8, use 5 coupons, and pay .42. Buy 11, use 7 coupons, and pay .39.

I am also doing these deals:
Buy Tide – $12.99 (use $1 coupon from this week’s inserts)
Buy DeMet’s Turtles – $.99 (use $1.50/1 DeMets coupon)
Buy Butterball chicken broth – .50

Use 2 $5 RR (one from Holiday deals, one from Gatorade purchase)
Spend $1.98, get $2 RR

Buy 2 Oral B stages toothpaste – 2/$4
Use $1/2 Oral B stages coupon
use $2 RR from Tide
Spend $1, get $2 RR

I found this on the Common Sense blog:

FREE Energizer Rechargeable charger – It is on sale for $7.99 this week. There is a $5 Easysaver rebate. There is also a $5 MIR from the manufacturer. Now that the Walgreens Easysaver rebates are online, you can enter the receipt and then submit the original receipt for the manufacturer’s rebate. There were also $1 off coupons in the 12/14 SS inserts. If you use one of your $5 Holiday RR to pay for it, it ends up being an $8.01 moneymaker! It is a $3.01 moneymaker without the Holiday RR and a $2.01 moneymaker without the manufacturer’s coupon.