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Mid-Week Deals

by Nicole on May 13, 2009

In the middle of the week all of the deals that weren’t obvious at the beginning of the week when the coupon match-ups were posted start to come out. Here’s a few of this week’s best deals:

CVS
St. Ives Apricot Scrub trial size is $1.49
Use the $1.50 off coupon from rhe 5/10 Smart Source insert
Pay $.01 plus tax for the scrub!

WalMart
Kraft BBQ Sauce, retails for less than $1
Print the $1 coupons from the Kraft community site (register here and/or read my previous post here)
Pay nothing (and maybe get an overage depending on the cashier) for the BBQ sauce

Target
Nabisco 100 calorie packs are $1.93 each
Print the $1 coupons from the Kraft community site (register here and/or read my previous post here)
Print the $1 Target coupon here
Pay nothing (and maybe get an overage depending on the cashier) for the item

Kraft Salad Dressing is $1.59 each – buy 2
Print the $1 coupons from the Kraft community site (register here and/or read my previous post here) – print 2 and use both
Print the $1 off 2 Target coupon here
Pay $.09 for each when you buy 2

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1 Rebecca May 13, 2009 at 10:38 am

If any one lives near a Kroger there are some great deals this week like $0.88 Kellogg’s cereal I blog about it here http://tinyurl.com/o5zvfj

2 meg May 13, 2009 at 3:44 pm

how do you get overage? i’ve done that before where the coupon is more than the item, and they won’t let me use it(even after everything has been rung in). Is there a way to get around this?

3 Nicole @ Nicole's Nickels May 13, 2009 at 4:15 pm

Overages depend on the cashier and the store. I mostly shop at WalMart and the coupon will beep when it is for more than the item and just ask the cashier to verify that the coupon is indeed for the amount on its face. Most of the cashiers just look at the coupon and hit the “yes” button giving you the face amount of the coupon and therefore an overage. At Target they are not supposed to give you an overage and are supposed to adjust the coupon down to the amount of the item but some cashiers just push the coupons through. By the way, the coupon policies of the major retailers I shop at (Target, WalMart, Walgreens, CVS, etc.) all say that the cashier is to adjust the coupon downward if it is for higher than the price of the item. It isn’t true that then you just can’t use the coupon, the cashier needs to adjust it. If they tell you they can’t, I would ask for the manager and if you still don’t get anywhere, call the corporate number right from the store and get it straightened ou. I have done this recently at Walgreens and Target – both times in my favor. Hope it all works out.

4 Rebecca May 14, 2009 at 7:59 am

OK, It is a new sales week at Krogers I have some new deals listed go here http://tinyurl.com/re9nmh

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