Thursday, January 28, 2010

Yoke's grocery deals for January 27 to February 2

Sorry for the late posting. I took my fliers with me to the doctor's office yesterday and then left them in the back of the car. I only found them this morning when I went out there to find my son's backpack.

On to the deals and steals...

Deals & Steals
  • Roma tomatoes - 68¢ lb (it's a steal at Fiesta though at 49¢ lb)
  • Idahoan instant mashed potatoes, 4 to 4.1 oz - $1 each (10 for $10)
  • Nabisco Cheese Nips or Snak Saks, 8 to 15.5 oz - $1.50 each
  • Large, fancy navel oranges - 38¢ lb (now that's practically a steal)
  • Draper Valley, thrifty pack cut up fryers - 89¢ lb (Albertsons are also having a chicken deal this week)
  • WA grown apples (Braeburn, Jonagold, Pacific Rose or Grannysmith) - 58¢ lb
  • Nestles Candy bars - 29¢ each (1st 12) (now that's a steal as well)
Nothing I spot can be paired with a coupon for a free item unless I'm missing something. My coupon books are still in the garage from my last shopping trip so I need to bring those back inside to confirm some coupon prices.

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Couponing Acronyms

$1.50 SS 10/18 - $1.50 coupon from the October 18 Smart Source insert
$1.50/3 - $1.50 of when you buy 3 items
B1G1/BOGO - Buy One, Get One
CC - Competitor Coupon
FAR - Free After Rebate
MFC or MFR - Manufacturer Coupon
MIR - Mail in Rebate
OOP - Out of Pocket
P&G - Procter & Gamble Insert
RP - Red Plum Insert
RR - Register Reward (Wags)
SC - Store Coupon
SS - Smart Source Insert
WAGS - Walgreens
WFC - Weekly Flyer Coupon
WYB - When You Buy

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In stores:

Blinkies – Found on various store aisles these little machines spit out coupons as you pull them out. Most blinkies have little lights that blink hence the name.

Catalinas – Receipt-like coupons printed at the register. Not all stores have Catalinas (such as WinCo). These are typically NOT printed on the back of the register receipt.

Hang/Wine Tags – Found around the neck of a bottle with a little piece of string or rubber band.

Peelies – Coupons found on certain products that peel away from the product.

Tearpads – Coupons on a tear away pad. Typically found in a display and not directly on the product.

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Home mailers - sign up for products online or even contact a company to either complain or complement their products. Click here for a blog with over 200 links to companies that will mail you coupons!

Internet coupons - There are many places online that you can print coupons from. See links below for printable online coupons.

Magazines – Pretty much all magazines will have coupons in it. Better Homes & Gardens, Sunset, Parenting, Working Mother are a few. The BEST magazine with coupons is All You magazine.

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