We got back from our weekend wedding extravaganza at around 7:30 p.m. tonight, and now it's 10 and I'm very tired and just took a Benadryl to combat the many mosquito bites I acquired over the weekend (I think they're extra-attracted to pregnant women) so this will be short.
There are some coupons in today's SmartSource and RedPlum that work nicely with other promotions:
- RedPlum has $1/2 Ball Park Franks, which are on sale at Dominick's for 99 cents, making them 50 cents each.
- RedPlum has a $5/2 coupon for Smirnoff, Captain Morgan, Jose Cuervo, Tanqueray or Johnnie Walker, and SmartSource has a $2/1 BV Coast Estates wine or $5/2 Baileys. Remember that booze and wine rebate offer? I think you can buy through the end of this month (check the fine print on your rebate form to be sure). There were also similar coupons in the 5/17 RedPlum. And on a related note, there is a $1/1 Q in SmartSource for something called Drinkin' Mate, a day-after remedy that looks an awful lot like Alka-Selzer.
- There's a $1/2 Hershey's 6-packs Q in SmartSource, which you can use with the Honey Maid/Jetpuff/Hershey's deal at Jewel if you do two groups of 3 products.
In other Sunday flyer news, I saw that CVS has a very confusingly worded offer for 3ECB when you buy a gallon of milk and two packages Oreos. The total cost should be $7.99 for the 3 items, but the ad says the milk is "better than free" because it costs $1.99 and you get $3. I read that part first and thought you would get 3ECBs for the milk alone. Then I read the whole square (on the wrap-around part of the flyer) and realized you have to buy 2 Oreas AND milk. Am I right in my interpretation? And whether I'm right or not, what a terrible ad, right? (At any rate, there's a $1/1 for Oreo Cakesters in the 6/13 SmartSource, but I think those things look gross.)
For all CVS deals this week, see Money Saving Mom. There isn't much else of interest. And oh, am I bummed that with all the wedding bustle, I never got the chance to buy 40 of my 60 possible free Soy Joy bars.
In the Jewel flyer, I noticed an offer for free milk when you buy 3 participating General Mills cereals, inlucing Nature Valley Nut Clusters, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Trix or Reese's Puffs. They're all $2.50 a box and the milk Q is for up to $4.50. I found a sweet $1/1 printable for the Nature Valley! Using 3 of those would mean you spend $4.50 and get back a $4.50 milk Q (of course a regular milk gallon is only $2-$3 these days but I would use on organic or Oberweiss.) Also, there's a $1/2 printable or a $1/3 in today's SmartSource for the other cereals. I'd like to do this deal because despite our huge cereal stockpile, the girls and I have been jonesing for granola.
Parade has a bunch of coupons: $2/1 CoverGirls & Olay Simply Ageless, $1/1 Cottonelle w/ aloe 12-pack and .50/1 Cotoneelle w/ aloe wipes; $1/1 and $2/2 any CoverGirl product.
Target has a coupon for a $10 gift card with any NEW or transferred scrip, which you should also be able to use at CVS if your location takes competitor coupons.
The Kohl's flyer offers $10 Kohl's Cash for every $50 you spend online or in-store, through Tuesday.
JoAnn fabric has a 10% off total purchase coupon (includes regular and sale-priced items), good July 2-5 (Thurs-Sun.).
Kmart has a coupon for $5/$50 purchase of health, beauty, food & consumables, stationery, books or magazines.
Michael's has its usual 40% off any regular price item coupon.
Toys R Us has coupons for $7 off a big box of Huggies AND a value box of wipes, $2/3 Johnson's or Desitin items $2.99 or more, 15% off most strollers or 15% off all car seats.
OK, I have to crash now. Gnight!