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Have you ever found out that after the coupon you planned to use was expired so you decided not to get the deal? Many of us have. However, have any of you still pursued the deal even though the coupon was expired or if the rules of the coupon weren’t what you expected or within the parameters of it? It happened to me recently.
I was at Staples and I had a coupon for $30 off a $60 order. Awesome coupon and with the school deals I wanted to be sure I used it. As I was in line I noticed the coupon said online only. Snap. Sure enough, the cashier tried to ring it up and it wouldn’t work and she said she couldn’t use it because it was online only. I asked her if she could still take it. She checked. A manager came over and allowed it to be used! He entered it in and viola I saved $30! The best thing is that I didn’t have to get rid of stuff because I now didn’t need $60 worth of items.
It also happened at Giant Eagle. I got $100 worth of gift cards this past week for the buy $100 in gift cards get $10 off your next shopping trip deal. I noticed that the $10 coupon didn’t print off and nothing came off the receipt so I looked at the ad again. It said $100 worth of Giant Eagle gift cards…the way I read it was $100 worth of gift cards that they sell and not specifically Giant Eagle gift cards. So I called up their customer service number and told them the story. She said she would send me a $10 gift card for Giant Eagle. Sure enough I got it a few days later.
I was also at OfficeMax and a coupon wouldn’t go through. It was for $10 off a $30 purchase. It was good at OfficeMax, but at a different one. He took it anyway. The problem is my eyes are getting worse now as I age and reading all that small print is like reading the bottom line of an eye chart through milky Saran Wrap. I have readers now to help me. I can’t even easily read menus in dark restaurants anymore. That’s what happens when you have to read all that small print on coupons for most of your life.
So it pays to ask. If you are a follow the rules type of person, then this will be hard to do. In essence, stores know mistakes will be made and that sometimes to keep you as a customer they will bend the rules. They know coupons can be a pain. Sometimes they can’t even figure out why some coupons don’t work. Managers have authorization to make these type of calls and they usually will side with the customer, especially if you are nice about it and not demand for it to be done.
NEXT PERSON IN LINE
I was at Sav-a-Lot recently and there was only one line open. The line got long and one lady parked herself in an aisle and proclaimed she was behind a guy wearing red. I thought it was odd that she just didn’t get behind him in line.
After a few minutes a manager comes up and says the next person in line go over to aisle 3. I headed towards him as I was next in line. As I look up he walked down aisle 1 so I went to move over to aisle 3. The lady that had said she was behind the guy in red already made a beeline to be next in line even though she was at the end of the line. She bumped into a display as she plowed to get ahead of everyone else. “Wow!”, I said out loud. The lady that was behind me just smiled with a ‘did she really do that look’ as did I. I was flabbergasted that someone could be so rude.
I should have said that I thought he said the next person in line and not the rudest person in line. She was an older lady that maybe had some issues, so I let it be. Maybe she didn’t and she was just a rude, selfish, boorish person. We’ve all seen these type of shoppers from time to time. I took a picture of her with my mind camera so that if I do see here again to make a mental note to keep an eye on her and maybe ‘interact’ with her in the store to see what she is all about.
I’ll ask her if she needs some butter because she looks like she could use some butter and then put some in her cart. If she throws it at me, I’ll just tell her that maybe margarine works better for her and place the margarine in her cart. Then when she isn’t looking I’ll wonk up one of the wheels on her cart so that it doesn’t turn. Ok, I better not. She’ll then be telling stories about me.
EUROPEAN VACATION PART 3
Next up was our visit to Portugal after our visit to Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, and Latvia. I was excited to visit Portugal, as much as a furniture salesman seeing the first customer of the day after being open for hours. We wanted to see our exchange daughter in Portugal and meet her family. You really connect with your exchange kid. It’s like they’re your real kid. So it was good to see her. The weather was a bit chilly on the first part of the trip so we were looking forward to warming up a bit.
When it comes to hot and cold in Europe and elsewhere overseas you will have to be physically prepared. Most homes don’t have air conditioning. Not many fans either. Many windows don’t have screens so you are limited on being able to open the window without letting bugs in. Parts of Europe that normally don’t were seeing temperatures over 100 degrees this summer. Mix that in with some countries that don’t shower as frequently as those in the U.S. and you get quite the aromatic stew.
We visited many places in Portugal, including the aquarium, museums, churches, and historical sites. We saw Torre de Belem (built in the 1500’s) and Paredão dos Descobrimentos (sculpture show below to the left of the bridge) on our first day there.
We stayed in Lisbon the first part of our stay and then to the family’s weekend house about 45 minutes north of Lisbon in Foz do Arelho.
Lisbon looks like an old San Francisco. Even one of the main bridges looks like the Golden Gate bridge as it was built by the same architect. There is also a statue that looks like the Jesus statue in Rio De Janiero. It’s called Christo Rei and overlooks the city (to the right of the bridge).
Back in the 1700s a major earthquake (7.9 on the Richter scale) hit Lisbon. It created a tsunami that obliterated a section of town. They rebuilt the area. The Square above was part of the town that was hit by a tsunami and was rebuilt.
The above is Jeronimos Monastery. There are many religious aspects to Portugal. One also being the city of Fatima. It’s about an hour and a half north of Lisbon. It’s where three children saw the Virgin Mary. We didn’t get a chance to go there. I’ve been to Medjugorje in Bosnia in which children also saw the Virgin Mary. On our flights in and out of Lisbon there were lots of priests that were there to visit Fatima so we knew we were going to be safe.
Jeronimos Monastery is over 500 years old.
The one place we really liked in Portugal was Odibos, a mini-Dubrovnik with its walled city. No water nearby unlike Dubrovnik, but very quaint with cobblestone streets, churches, and flowers bursting with color on centuries old buildings.
Palácio da Pena in Sintra is a beautiful castle that housed many of the royal family from Portugal. It sits atop a hill overlooking the city.
As a builder was excavating a spot for a new building they found old Roman and Moor building remains. It was across the street from where Rita’s aunt lived. Her aunt lived in a building that was hundreds of years old.
Prices were good in Portugal. A bottle of wine could be had for a buck or two. Lots for around $3 or $4. They have many high end wines that are sold at a great value. I got a port wine that was rate 92 by Wine Enthusiast for around $9. Portugal is known for its Port wine, but they are now making more regular wine. It’s a great value as they have some high quality wines at low prices.
The prices at Burger King were about the same as they are in the U.S. I didn’t eat any Burger King or McDonalds on the trip, but from what I was told those restaurant’s food tasted better in the U.S.
North of Lisbon is a spot where a surfer, Garret McNamara surfed a world-record wave that was measured at around 100 feet. It’s in the city of Navarre. The picture above is the spot where it was done. It’s calm now, but there is a canyon channel where the waves are forced to go through that causes the high waves. What is amazing is that there are these huge rocks in front of the area they he surfed. Very dangerous as he had to steer away from them. Hard enough with a 100 foot wave above you.
In Navare a miraculous intervention in 1182 by the Virgin Mary, which saved the life of the 12th-century Portuguese knight Dom Fuas Roupinho while he was hunting one morning in a dense fog. He saw the apparition of the Virgin Mary which made him stop from chasing the deer over a cliff.
An interesting custom in Navare is where people that have rooms to rent sit outside their homes with signs to get people to rent their rooms. It reminded me of the stores in the U.S. that have people in costumes with a sign trying to drum up business.
The ocean is very cold. The current comes from the north so the water is arctic cold. It literally numbs your legs.
We stopped in a city called Caldas da Rainha which is known for its pottery. We also found out it was known for its bakery and other items that are well, very sexual in nature to say the least. Anyway, we stopped at a pottery store called Bordalo Pinheiro. I found their clearance and discounted section upstairs. What I am most happy about is that none of it broke that we took home!
Rita’s family has a summer house where we stayed for part of the visit. A very modern cool-looking house. It had to be a one-story house so they created an alternating “first floor”. It was approved and won an award for its unique architecture. Rita is going to college to be an architect, so she has an inspiration in her summer/weekend house.
Rita was learning to drive. The picture is of her driving us around town. What you don’t see is the faces of the people that are in the car. Kidding aside, she did drive well considering she had to drive a stick shift which most everyone drives in Europe. We did take her driving when she was in the U.S. when she was here. No trees or garage corners were harmed.
One delicious pastry item that Rita’s mom made were apple roses. They look like roses, but are made with apples, cherry jam, and dough. We ate lots of Portuguese food. Much of it was seafood like cod. Delicious.
One of the items that was very tasty was prosciutto flavored Ruffles! Now that is European.
We went to a restaurant for our last meal there. I wanted to order calamari, but they were sold out. So instead I ordered the roasted octopus. It was a hunk of octopus that didn’t look all tha appetizing but tasted absolutely delicious. I’m not one to be afraid to eat exotic food. I like to eat what is local and with Lisbon being an ocean-side city known for seafood I wanted to try something I don’t always find in the U.S.
I got a shirt for one Euro (a little over $1)! It was at a large supercenter store. As you can see all the shirts in one clearance section were priced 1 Euro.
This store sounds so similar to another store. It’s at the tip of my tongue.
There are many unique things specific to Europe. Elevators for one. They are very small. You’re lucky to be able to fit three q-tips into one.
You know how oriental rug stores always seem to close and then re-open here in the U.S. They always seem to have looong going out of business sales. Well, I saw an oriental rug store going out of business in Stockholm and the people that we were with commented how they always close and re-open. Apparently, it’s not just here.
Beds are very stiff in Europe. A former exchange student said that was one of the things he missed the most in the U.S. No pillowtops. Be happy that we have places like the Original Mattress Factory around.
Bread is popular. I mean real popular. You’ll see it served with pretty much every meal, if not be the meal itself. I ate it so much that in pretty every dream there was a slice of bread in it. Some of the bread was unique and delicious like the black walnut bread and the cardamom sweet bread we tried in Sweden.
Gas is very expensive. It was usually around $1.35 per liter or around $5 or $6 per gallon.
Coffee is huge too. Europeans drink it like it’s necessary for survival. It’s very strong, but not a bitter strong like Starbucks.
If you watch a European eat food you’ll notice that they hold their knife in their right hand and fork in the left. They don’t put the knife down either after cutting their food.
Cats were scarce. We didn’t see a single one in St Petersburg. I think I saw only a couple squirrels too the whole trip. I didn’t see a giraffe or rhinoceros for that matter either.
English is spoken by just about everyone overseas. Germany used to be the #2 language across Europe, but that changed after WW2. There are some words in English that are bad words in other languages and vice versa. We found out one particular word that is a city in the U.S. is a very bad word in Portuguese. Start saying all the cities in the U.S. to a Portuguese person and when their eyes get real big you will know which one it is.
One of the things about youth in Europe is that teenagers even around the age of 14 go out until 7 am. That includes going to night clubs. It’s normal there. They don’t leave until around midnight to go out. They usually take public transportation home. They can drink at that young age too. All that wouldn’t fly in the U.S. Even those in the U.S. military can’t drink until they are 21. So yes, cultures elsewhere can be very different.
Our favorite places we visited were Stockholm, Sweden, Tallinn, Estonia, and Odibos, Portugal. They all had neat cobblestone towns filled with quaint restaurants and coffee shops.
All the countries were very clean, Sweden especially. They have street cleaner trucks that clean every day. It’s something Cleveland could use. The freeways here need a good scrubbing too. It’s like a garage sale of stuff on the side of the road.
One problem every city except St Petersburg had was gypsy beggars. They were on many corners. They weren’t pushy. They sat all day outside of stores begging.
Another issue is immigrants. There are so many from war-torn countries that it has become an issue. It has created economic and housing issues. Desperate immigrants aren’t being welcome and you can see the backlash in the countries where they seek asylum.
On our way home we had issues at Newark airport. Avoid Newark airport if you can. What a cluster. So we go to the line to check in with TSA and we had to go up an escalator. The lady tells us to go back down the escalator so we do. Then we see another lady that says go up the escalator. Then another lady says go into a line that is right next to where the first lady was standing. That is their procedure. Since they don’t have space for lines they send everyone on a wild goose line chase.
A lady there needed to get through because her flight was boarding. The TSA agent so no she couldn’t let her cut through line. Then when we get to a TSA agent she presses a sign to tell her which new line for the people to get into. Apparently just seeing which line is shorter doesn’t work. A button must be pressed that either says left or right. Then we meld into a couple lines to get our stuff x-rayed. No trays. Then they say go backwards to get into a new line to get people scanned. Wow.
All the TSA agents had attitudes. I can see why. People probably reem them all day because they spout off about how dumb their line system is. The airport needs more room and a management team that knows what they are doing. They also need smile police to tell them to learn how to smile and be nice.
As with any vacation we could’ve used another vacation at home to relax and get things back to normal. It was a great trip with many new experiences and meeting so many wonderful people. Europe has so much history, culture and grand buildings. It’s amazing to hear about how many wars and conquests were in each country. Some I didn’t know about including when Sweden fought Russia. You only know about some countries from what you see on TV and that doesn’t always give a real sense of the country. Just like a human being, once you get to understanding them you find out more about them than what you see than what’s on the outside.
Now for the surprise! We have a new foreign exchange student staying with us this school year! She’s Daisy from Austria. She’s in the marching band and cross country team. She’s a great saxophone player and plays in her town’s symphony. Thankfully she gets my sense of humor. We’re looking forward to a great year with her.
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Cottenelle 12 pack double rolls – $3.49 after two .50 coupon and $3 instant savings wyb 2
Pillsbury Toaster Strudels – $1 after .50 coupon also found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almond Milk 64 oz – $1.50 wyb 2 and after two $1 coupons
Yoplait Gogurt 8 pk or Trix 4 pack or Lite with Granola 2 pk – $1.25 after .75/2 coupon or $1.30 after .35 coupon
Kahns Meat Franks 15-16 oz – $1.75 after .75/2 coupon
Ocean Spray Craisins 5 oz – .49 after BOGO sale and .50 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Butterball Turkey Bacon, Kielbasa or Smoked Sausage 3-14 oz – $2 after BOGO sale and $1/2 coupon
Each week get a deal through their new eAdvantage program. Register at http://www.gianteagle.com/Save/eadvantage-club/
Giant Eagle doubles coupons that are 99 cents or less. That means a .75 coupon will double to $1.50 off. It happens automatically when a coupon that is 99 cents or less is scanned at the register – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Get 10 cents in Fuelperks for every $50 spent ($3 savings).
An eOffer won’t work if you use a manfacturer coupon for the same item. In the past an eOffer would work along with a manufacturer coupon. An eOffer will supercede a paper coupon. Click here for dozens of eOffers (electronic coupons that link to you card and trigger when you purchase the item – only works once and doesn’t double): http://www.gianteagle.com/#
Giant Eagle posts what needs to be purchased in order to trigger a register coupon to print. Find the deals at: http://www.gianteagle.com/grocery-coupons/monthly
50% off Dressfroms and red tag fabrics and trims
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/JoannFabrics2015
Fill 5 prescriptions and get $10 in Points (10,0000 points). Learn more at http://www.kmartpharmacy.com/rewards.
• 8/23-8/29 – EXTRA 10% off your $59+ purchase in Attention Women’s Clothing with code ATTN10
• 8/23-9/5 – Buy One Pair, Get One 50% off Shoes for the Family
• 8/23-8/29 – Up to 60% off Vivitar Bluetooth Headphones & Speakers
• 8/23-8/29 – EXTRA 35% off ALL Back Packs
• 8/16-8/29 – EXTRA $15 off any order of $50+ in Fine Jewelry with code JEWELRY
• 8/23-8/29 – Up to 30% off Grills Clearance & Up to 70% off Patio Furniture & Décor Clearance
• 8/2-8/29 – Up to 30% off Swimming Pools
• 8/23-8/29 – Up to 40% off Fitness Equipment & EXTRA 15% off Dumbbells
• 8/24-8/27 – Up to 15% off Halloween Costumes & Décor + FREE Shipping on orders $49+
• 8/23-8/29 – EXTRA 40% off Rightline Gear Products + Members get points
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/KMart2015
Sale through Tuesday.
Crayola Crayons – .48
Wesson oil – 48 oz – $2
Green beans or peppers – .89/lb
Gala apples – .99/lb
Red Grapes- $1.19/lb
Beefsteak tomatoes – .89/lb
Bic pens – 8-10 pack – FREE after $1/2 coupon
Jif corn muffin mix – 2/$1
Some items require minimum $ purchase
Sale through Saturday:
Office Depot Multipurpose Paper ream – .01 after $1.29 instant savings and $5.99 mail in savings
Expo Dry Erase Markers 4 ct – Free
Office Depot 2 Pocket Paper Folder – .01
Office Depot Eraser Caps 12 ct – .01
Sharpie Fine Point Markers 5 ct – .25 after .75 coupon
Clear Pencil Box – .50
Office Depot and OfficeMax Binder Clips 36 ct – $1
Scholastic Glue Sticks 4 ct – .50
Foray Magnetic Calendar Board – $5
Lexar JumpDrive 16 GB – $4.99
Brother PTouch Handheld Labeler – $10
Office Depot Poly Cover Composition Book – $1
20% off one qualifying item. Online Only. Exclusions Apply. Use Code: 20OFFODOMX35
$26.99 Boise X-9 Paper, 10-ream case, Limit 4
Save 50% or more select Back To School Essentials
Save up to $210 select furniture
Starting at $169.99! Select Laptops
ALL HP INK: Save $10 on $60+ OR Save $25 on $100+, plus free delivery
Free Delivery On Qualifying Orders $50 Or More
Tuesday Only! 8/25/15 $26.99 Office Depot ImagePrint Multiuse Paper, 10-ream case, Limit 5
(Sunday-Monday Only) 8/23/15 – 8/24/15 Your Choice $59.99! select Office Chairs: Brenton Studio Briessa Mid-Back Chair, Save $70 and Brenton Studio Althea Task Chair, Save $40
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/OfficeMaxOfficeDepot2015
Online only. 30% off at Old Navy. Use code SPEEDY. Ends 8/23. Restrictions apply.
In-store & online 24-hours only, 60% off Dresses. Select styles only. Shop Old Navy Today. Ends 8/23. Restrictions apply.
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/OldNavy2015
Save $20 on purchase of 100+, $15 on purchases of $80+, or $10 on purchases of $60 or more. Offer valid through 8/23/15.
$1 Clearance event in store.
Free 30 pieces of candy with $5 purchase coupon through 8/23: http://www.partycity.com/text/partycity/coupons/email/2015/0815-43M-email-pc.html?extcmp=em_0821_DollarCandy_30For5_StoreOmniShoppers_GetCoupon
Get a $30 eGift Card when you sign up for Repeat Delivery.
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Petco2015
Look for 75% items – birthday, some automotive, socks, hosiery, summer items.
Sale through Saturday.
wyb = when you buy
Wet N Wild Cosmetics – PROFIT after $1 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and four .50 coupons
Schick Disposable Razors – FREE after $3 in-ad coupon and $4 coupon
Ice Breakers Cool Blasts .8 oz – .25 after $1 Plenti Points Reward wyb 2 and two .75 coupons
Loreal Advanced Select Stylers or Hair Care – .74 after $5 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and four $2 coupons
Axe Deodorant 2.7-3 oz – .74 after $5 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and four $2 coupons
Suave Professionals Hair Care 12.6 oz – .75 after $3 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and two $3/2 coupons
Tresemme Shampoo or Conditioner 28-32 oz or select stylers – $1 after $3 Plenti Points Reward wyb 3 and three $2 coupons
Bic Round Stic Grip Bens 8 ct – .55 after BOGO sale and wyb 8 get $2 Plenti Points reward and four $1/2 coupons
Axe Body Spray 4 oz – $1.24 after $5 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and four $2 coupons
Crest 3D White Whitestrips Dental Whitening Kit, Classic Vivid kit – $7.99 after $25 Plenti Points Reward
Sharpie 3 ct Permanent Markers – $1.25 after BOGO sale and after $2 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and four .75 coupons
Juicy Juice 4 pack 4.23 oz – .28 after $1 Plenti Points Reward wyb 5 and two $1/2 coupons
Almay Eye, Lip or Makeup Removers – $1.99 after $4 coupon
Nonnis Biscotti 4.4-6.8 oz – $1 after $2 Plenti Points Reward wyb 2 and $1 coupon
Wrigleys Brand Single Pack Gum – .42 after $1 Plenti Points Reward wyb 3 and .50 coupon
Swiffer Duster Kit 5 ct – $1.99 after $2 coupon
Planters Peanuts 16 oz – $1.50 after BOGO sale and $1/2 coupon
Skinny Cow Candy 6 ct – $1.50 after $3 Plenti Points Reward wyb 4 and two $1.50/2 coupons
Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream 16 oz – $1.75 after BOGO sale and $1/2 coupon
Food Should Taste This Good 5.5 oz Snacks – $1.25 after .75 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
NEW! Plenti Points will start in May to replace the UP Rewards program. It’s a new points program replacing the UP Rewards program. Earn Plenti points from Plenti partners in-store and online. Partners inlude Macy’s, Hulu, AT&T, Mobil, Nationwide, Direct Energy, and Exxon. Visit http://www.plenti.com/partners to learn more about how Plenti works with each partner.
Not much different than Walgreen’s Balance Rewards program. Read more about the program at https://shop.riteaid.com/info/plenti
•You will still earn wellness+ points at Rite Aid on purchases and prescriptions towards savings of up to 20% OFF almost the whole Rite Aid store for a year.
•Now you can also earn Plenti points on things you buy every day at Plenti partners, including Rite Aid, valid for at least two years instead of two weeks
•200 Plenti points gets you at least $2 in savings at checkout at Rite Aid and certain other Plenti partners
•+UP Rewards will transition to Plenti points.
Video Values have ended.
Join Rite Aid’s Wellness program to get these rewards:
Earn one point for every dollar you spend on non-prescriptions.
Earn 25 points for every prescription you purchase.
Member Benefits Level Status:
Plus – up tp 249
Bronze – 250 points
Silver – 500 points
Gold – 1000 points
Members-only sale pricing.
Load, manage and redeem coupons with Load2Card.
Register Rewards on qualifying purchases.
24/7 exclusive access to a pharmacist at 1-800-RITE-AID or http://www.riteaid.com/wellness.
10% off Rite Aid Brand every day for a year and a 10% off shopping pass with Bronze status.
10% off the entire store for a year with Silver status.
Free health and wellness reward at 500 points with Silver status.
20% off the entire store for a year with Gold status.
Click here for more information: https://www.riteaid.com/wellness
FREE Once in a Wild Tote with $49 purchase (while supplies last) 444620
Free GVP Travel Iron with purchase of GVP Flat Iron 444804
Free GVP Travel Iron with purchase of Tool Science Styler HD 444804
Sale 2 for $18 China Glaze Gelaze Gel Polish
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Beyond the Zone Hair Color & Hair Care 444600
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Ardell Lashes Single or Multipack (excludes starter kits) 444817
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Face Secrets Cosmetics Brushes and Accessories 444820
2 for $16 Liter Sale on select shampoos & conditioners
FREE Rock Your Hair Dry Shampoo with purchase of 2 full size Rock Your Hair Products 444630
FREE Folding Dryer with purchase of Hot Shot Tools Gold Curling Iron 444807
Buy 1 get 1 FREE One ‘n Only Brazillian Tech Hair Care 444624
Buy 1 get 1 FREE FingerPaints Soak-Off Gel Polish 444857
Save $10 Ion Full size Hair Dryers & Flat Irons 444755
Buy 1 get 1 FREE Mystic Divine Hair Care 444618
Buy 2 get 1 FREE DCNL Hair Accessories 444821
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Ion Color Brilliance Hair Color or Developer 444458
Buy 1 get 1 FREE L’Oreal Technique Chroma True Reds Permanent Hair Color (limit 6) 444522
Buy 1 get 1 FREE AGEbeautiful full size Hair Color or Hair Care (limit 6) 444314
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Femme Couture Cosmetics 444818
Save $2 Carol’s Daughter Hair Care 444684
Buy 2 get 1 FREE select full size Proclaim Hair Care 444664
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Select Silk Elements full size Hair Care 444665
Buy 1 get 1 FREE Silk Elements Color FX Hair Color 444666
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Curls Unleashed Natural Hair care 444641
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Design Essentials Natural Hair Care 444642
Buy 2 get 1 FREE As I Am Natural Hair Care 444648
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Eden bodyworks Natural Hair Care
FREE BeLissPRO Curling Iron with purchase of BeLissPRO Dryer, Flat Iron or Hot Air Brush
FREE Gold ‘N Hot Curling Iron with purchase of Gold ‘N Hot Dryer or Flat Iron
FREE Hot Shot Tools Black Pearl Curling Tool with purchase of Black Pearl Flat Iron 444797
Save $3 on 2 So Gorgeous Hair Care Products
Save $3 on 2 Ion Summer or Swimmer’s Hair Care
Buy 2 get 1 FREE GiGi Pot Wax
Save $5 on 2 Derma e Skin Care Products
Save $5 on 2 Moist Hemp Skin Care Products
Save $5 on 2 Dermactin-TS Skin Care Products
Save $5 on 2 Beyond Belief Skin Care Products
Save $2 on Jan Carter Solution Hair Care
FREE Jilbere by Conair Professional Ceramic Xtreme Dryer with purchase of Jilbere Nano Silver Flat Iron 444788
Save $4 on SheaMoisture Hair Care 444327
Buy 2 get 1 FREE Satin Strands Remy Human Hair Tape-In Extensions 20 Pieces, 18″ 444678
Save $3 on Gelish Mini Pro 45 LED Light 444851
Save $13 on Wahl Designer Clipper 444791
Save $13 on Wahl Peanut Clipper/Trimmer 444790
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/SallyBeauty2015
Restrictions: Offer valid for new Sam’s Club members only; not valid for those with an active membership or those who have been members less than 6 months prior to August 16, 2015. Limit one voucher per LivingSocial member. Not valid for redemption until August 19, 2015. No refunds for purchased vouchers. Offer valid for U.S. Sam’s Clubs only.
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/LivingSocial2015
Sale through August 29th:
Ribeye steaks - $5.99/lb
Boneless chicken breasts – $1.99/lb
Grapes – .99/lb
Tomatoes – .99/lb
Kraft BQ sauce – .24 after .55 coupon also in the All You magazine
McClary’s American singles – .99
Austin Crackers – 5.5 oz – $1
Corn – 3/$1
Sears Outlet has an EXTRA 10% in store and online from 8/20-8/24 at the Liquidation Saving Event! Also new, in box appliances are 40% off + an extra 10% off during this time!
New In Box Appliances 40% off + Extra 10% off In Store & Online
Sears Outlet Back to Schools Deals Available Now!
45-50% Off Bottom Freezer And French Door Refrigerators at Sears Outlet!
Save 40-45% On Front Load Dryers at Sears Outlet!
Save 50% On Cooktops at Sears Outlet!
Save 35-40% On High Efficiency Washers at Sears Outlet!
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/SearsOutlet2015
Sale through Saturday.
Paper Mate Mechanical Pencils 5 ct – .20 after .55 coupon
Omnitech 12 Sheet Cross Cut Shredder – $19.99 after $80 instant savings and $10 easy rebate
Uni Ball 307 Gel Pens 3 ct – $2 after $1 coupon
Expo Markers 4 ct – $2 after $1 coupon
Staples Dual Hole Pencil Sharpener – .25
Bic Mechanical Pencils 5 ct – .50 after $1/2 coupon
Bic Round Stic Pens 10 ct – .50 after $1/2 coupon
Staples 1 Subject Notebook – .17
Save $150 on this Toshiba 2-in-1 Laptop with Windows 10!
Save $100 on Dell XPS 9343 Laptop with Windows 10!
Save up to $270 on select Toshiba laptops!
Save $25 when you buy $100 of HP ink OR Save $10 when you buy $60 of HP toner!
20% OFF all 16/18 packs of Keurig K-Cup Pods!
$5 off your $20 purchase of Post-It Note products with coupon code 86110!
Buy 3 get 1 FREE within each brand. Cynthia Rowley, Paperchase, Poppin and Moleskine!
Staples Back to School Center – our lowest prices on essentials all season long!
Save up to $220 on select Dell laptops!
Save up to $220 on select HP laptops!
$10 Off Angel Soft Bath Tissue, now only $24.99 for 40 rolls!
Reg $17.99, Now $9.99 – Gain HEC Liquid Laundry Detergent, Original, 100 oz.!
Now $3.99 – Kleenex Facial Tissues, 2-Ply, 4 boxes/pack!
$5 off all Hershey’s 4.1lb and 5.5lb. bulk candy bags!
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Staples2015
SUN PLUM MARKET
Sale through Wednesday.
Located next to Gale’s Garden Center in Willoughby Hills.
Bananas – 29 cents/lb
Organic pink lady apples – .49/lb
Star Fruit – 2/$1
Roma Tomatoes – .69/lb
Watermelon – $2.99
Sale through Saturday.
wyb = when you buy
Earn 10 Everyday Balance Rewards Points per $1 spent.
Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste 4 oz or Colgate Mouthwash – .46 after $4 Register Reward wyb 2 and two $1 coupons found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Suave Hair Care 12-28 oz – .72 after 2,000 max Balance Points reward and two $2/2 coupon
Mars Bites Candy 7-8 oz – .64 after 3,000 max Balance Points reward and $1.50/2 coupon
Butterball Turkey Bacon 6 oz – .54 after .75 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Gel 6 ct or Drop Ins 3 ct – .97 after $2 Register Reward wyb 2 and two $1 coupons
Mead Five Star Portfolio – .50 after BOGO sale and $1/2 coupons
Advil 40-50 ct or PM 20 ct or Thermacare heat wraps – $1.84 after 10,000 max Balance Points reward wyb 6 and six $1 coupons and $1 Walgreens Answers Pain Management Booklet coupon
Chapstick Hydration Lock – after 10,000 max Balance Points reward wyb 10 and five $1/2 coupons
Johnson & Johnson Band Aids 20 ct – .86 after BOGO sale and $1.50/2 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Wrigleys 5 Gum 15 ct – .42 after .50/3 coupon
Butterball Turkey Bacon 6 oz – .79 after $1 coupon
Free Shipping on Photo Orders $30+ w/ code SUMMERSHIP
$20 OFF Photo Orders of $50+ w/ code TAKE20
30% OFF Photo Gift Orders $40+ w/ code SAVEONGIFTS
Buy 50 4×6 Prints, Get 50 Free w/ code BUY50GET50
40% Off Everything Photo w/ code STOCKUP40
Get 20% OFF Contact Lenses w/ code CONTACTLENS20
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Walgreens2015
Join Balance Rewards to earn points on thousands of items, including every prescription and immunization. Purchase items in-store or online to earn points. Redeem points for dollar rewards that you can get instantly at the checkout.
Click here to get enrolled:
Walgreens Reward Program
• Save on sale items with card
• Get 500 points for every prescription and immunization
• Earn points on thousands of items each week
• Get 10 points for every mile when you Walk with Walgreens
• Redeem instantly with as few as 5,000 points
5,000 – earn $5
10,000 – earn $10
18,000 – earn $20
30,000 – earn $35
40,000 – earn $50
Get coupons just like the ones in the Red Plum inserts.
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/RedPlum2015
Get these coupons and over 200 more on Coupons.com. Print them twice per laptop/PC. They will double at stores as per their rules – Giant Eagle, Dave’s Supermarket, and Buehlers doubles coupons of 99 cents and less. Get them before they disappear!
Get these coupons and more:
KRAFT Singles – Save .60
Ocean Spray® Grapefruit Juice and Juice Drinks – Save $1
Emerald® Nuts – Save .55
Starbucks® K-Cup® pods – Save $1
Horizon® – Save $1.10
Hefty® Slider Bags – Save $1
L’Oréal Paris – Save up to $7
Glade® – Save up to $4.75
Big G Cereals® – Save .75
Yoplait® – Save $1
LARABAR™ – Save $1
Fiber One™ – Save .50
Nature Valley™ – Save .75
Chex Mix™ – Save .50
Mars Pet Care – Save up to $5
Click here to print the coupons: http://tinyurl.com/Coupons2015
Get ecoupons and more on Saving Star. Just enter in your loyalty card accounts then click on the coupons you want and you’ll get the savings once the item is purchase (can still use manufacturer or store coupon on item). Accumulate the savings and then send it to your PayPal account or other account. There is even a produce discount given with their Healthy offer of the week! Get a Freebie item when you have redeemed an eligible number of purchases per month. Get an item for free once you activate the item online and purchase it at a linked loyalty card store.
Here are the store’s that are participating with Saving Star:
A&P, ACME Markets, Albertsons, Baesler’s Market, Baker’s, Bashas’, Big Y, BI-LO, Brookshire’s, Buehlers, C&R Supermarkets, City Market, Copps, Country Mart, County Market, CVS, D&W Fresh Market, Dillons, Dollar General*, Dorothy Lane, Family Dollar*, Family Fare,Family Owned Markets, Farm Fresh, Festival, Food City, Food Emporium, Food Lion, Foodtown, Fred Meyer, Fry’s/Fry’s, Marketplace, Gerbes, Giant Eagle, Giant Food Stores, Giant/Martin’s, Glen’s Markets, Hannaford, Harris Teeter Food Markets, Harvey’s, Hen House, Homeland, Hy-Vee, Ingles, Jack’s SuperValu, JayC, Jewel-Osco, JustSave, Kennies, King Kullen, King Soopers, Kings Super Markets, Kmart, Kroger, Lofinos, Lowes Foods, Main Street Market, Mariano’s, Marsh, Martin’s Food Markets, Martin’s IGA Plus, Martin’s Supermarkets, Meijer*, Metro Market, Omalia’s, Owen’s, Pathmark, Paul’s, Pay Less, Peapod, Pick ‘n Save, Piggly Wiggly in SC or GA, Piggly Wiggly in WI or IL, Price Chopper (KS and MO), Price Chopper (Northeast), Publix, QFC, Rainbow, Ralphs, Reasor’s, Redners, Reid’s, Remke bigg’s, Rite Aid, Roche Bros., Ron’s, Sav-A-Center, Shaw’s, Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, ShopRite, Shurfine, ShurSave, Smith’s, Star Market, Stater Bros. Markets, Stauffers of Kissel Hill, Stop & Shop, Sudbury Farms, Super Fresh, Tadych’s Econofoods, Target*, The Food Emporium, Tops Markets, VG’s, Village Market, Waldbaums, Walgreens*, Walmart*, Wegmans, Weis Markets, WinCo Foods*, Winn-Dixie
Save $1.00 on any ONE (1) Purex® Liquid, Ultrapacks® or PowerShot™ Detergents 30oz/18ct. or larger
Save 50¢ on any ONE (1) all® product
Save 50¢ off ANY ONE (1) Pentel® ENERGEL® 2 or 3 pack
Save $1.00 off ANY ONE (1) Pentel® ENERGEL® 4 pack or larger
Save $2.00 on ANY ONE (1) FLONASE® Allergy Relief
Save $2.00 off any TWO (2) RIGHT GUARD® antiperspirant deodorant products
Save $1.50 OFF ANY (1) POLIDENT® denture cleanser tablets (84ct or larger)
Save $1.00 OFF ANY (1) Super Poligrip® product (2.0oz or larger)
Save $3.00 on ANY ONE (1) Ester-C® Tablet
Save $2.00 off any ONE (1) göt2b® styling item
Save $1.00 off any ONE (1) New Renuzit® Pearl Scent® 9 oz. size or larger
Save $3.00 off SIX (6) Renuzit® Adjustables Air Fresheners 7 oz. size or larger
Save 75¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX Trix® cereal.
Save 50¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX Honey Nut Cheerios® OR Honey Nut Cheerios® Medley Crunch™ cereal.
Save $1.00 when you buy THREE (3) Old El Paso™ products (excludes Old El Paso™ refrigerated, frozen, and soup products).
Save 75¢ when you buy ONE (1) any flavor/variety 4 OZ OR LARGER Food Should Taste Good™ Tortilla Chips, Kettle Chips, Brown Rice Crackers OR Bean Chips.
Save 50¢ when you buy TWO (2) any variety Betty Crocker™ Suddenly Salad™.
Save 75¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX any Nature Valley™ Nut Crisp Bars, Nature Valley™ Roasted Nut Crunch Bars, Nature Valley™ Protein Bars OR Nature Valley™ Simple Nut Bars.
Save 50¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX any flavor Fiber One™ Chewy Bars, Fiber One™ 90 Calorie Products (Bars, Brownies, Cakes), Fiber One™ Protein Chewy Bars, Fiber One™ Streusel Bars, Fiber One™ Cheesecake Bars OR Fiber One™ Cookies.
Save 50¢ when you buy any flavor/variety Pillsbury® Toaster Strudel® OR Toaster Scrambles® Pastries OR Pillsbury® Pancakes (excludes Pillsbury® Heat-N-Go Mini Pancakes).
Save $1.00 when you buy TEN (10) CUPS any variety Yoplait® Yogurt (Includes Original, Light, Light Thick & Creamy, Thick & Creamy, Whips!®, Lactose Free, Greek, Greek 100, or Greek 100 Whips!®).
Save $1.00 when you buy ONE (1) BAG any flavor Nature Valley™ Toasted Oats Muesli.
Save $1.00 when you buy ONE (1) PACKAGE 17.4 OZ OR LARGER Totino’s™ Blasted Rolls.
Save 75¢ when you buy THREE (3) any flavor/variety LÄRABAR™, ÜBER™, or ALT™ bars OR RENOLA™ pouches.
Save 75¢ when you buy TWO (2) any flavor Yoplait® products listed: Yoplait® Go-GURT® Yogurt, Yoplait® Kids Cup Yogurt, Yoplait® Trix® Yogurt.
Save $1.75 when you buy any TWO (2) American Flatbread Pizza (Only at Big Y, Hannaford, Shaw’s, Stop & Shop, Wegmans)
Click here to get the coupons: http://SavingStar.ojrq.net/c/20559/58552/758
Click on ‘Offering a Deal’ under Features to find discounted local business deals on Yelp.
More than 18,500 restaurants nationwide.
•1,000’S of new restaurants added every month.
•Use the deal just like cash for up to 50% savings on the final bill.
•Use on your smartphone.
•Easy & Free online exchange.
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Restaurant2015
Burgers $1 – 5 pm to close on Tuesdays
All wine glasses – $5 including those over $10 during happy hour and half off apps
Get a $1 short stack on August 25th at IHOP.
$5 Veggie Burritos at the 6 Northeast Ohio locations through 8/31/15
Buy one appetizer at $12 each (per person) and get free refills of your choice. Or, buy one appetizer at $10 each (per person) and get free refills on the same appetizer. Valid on select items only.
Bombay Chaat – 2044 Euclid Ave
Helio Terra Vegan Café – 619 Prospect Ave
Jack Flaps Luncheonette – 530 Euclid Ave
Café 55 – 1361 East 55th
Café Bon Appetit – 2767 Euclid Heights Blvd
Great Scott Tavern – 21801 Lake Shore Blvd in the old Post Office
Phusion Café – 3030 Superior Ave
Hecks Café – 35513 Detroit Road in Avon
Courthouse Pizza – 2 Public Square
Slymans Tavern – 6901 Rockside Road in Independence
The Brim – downtown Willoughby across from the new City Hall – opening 2016
PizzaFire – 236 Euclid Ave., next to the House of Blues and soon will open one in Cuyahoga Falls
Look for a new Mexican restaurant to open in the old Gavi’s restaurant in downtown Willoughby
The Wicked Taco Shoppe – corner of Mayfield and Lee roads in Cleveland Heights
Harbor Freight Tools – Steubenville and Medina
Malley’s – Southpark
Kirlins Hallmark – Southpark – thanks Deb for the info!
Abrash Gallerie – Cleveland Heights
Simply Charming – Cedar-Lee
Coventry Cats – closing on Aug. 30. The owner is retiring.
Listen at 7:18 AM on Wednesdays to WINT 1330 AM as I go over the deals of the week on the Wake Up Lake County Show. Go to http://www.WELW.com to listen to old podcasts or to listen live.
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