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Our Town 2023

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Learn how to save a ton of money at one of my classes! All classes are free unless otherwise noted. Be sure to register for libraries that require registration as some have waiting lists. I hope to see you there! To view my upcoming class schedule please go to:

At my Couponing/Savvy Shopper class learn how to consistently save 70% and more through couponing, sales, and rewards programs on groceries and toiletries. Find out new ways to save money on restaurants, utilities, cell/smart phones, travel, gas, prescriptions, clothes, and much more! Discover the psychological aspects of shopping and saving money. Find out how to save too much money!

At my Travel Affordably class learn how to get the best deals on car rentals, flights, cruises, lodging, and transportation. Find out how to save on entertainment and restaurants at your destination. You’ll learn where to find flights to Hawaii and Europe for around $300, Cruises for 80% off or more, free flights, the best places to economically travel, and travel saving secrets.

At my Cutting the Cord class find out your options to getting rid of cable. Learn ways to cut costs. Discover how to get free TV, including using an easy-to-install antenna or free streaming video services. Find out your options for streaming video devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV Stick and what shows you can access with them, including live TV and sports. Find out which of the many streaming video services from Hulu, Sling, Netflix, to Disney+ and many more are best for you. Make sense of all the confusion of switching from cable to another service and the technical parameters needed to do so. Find out how much you can save!

Saturday, February 25, 2023 – Couponing/Savvy Shopper Class – Pickerington (Columbus) Library – 2:00 pm – FREE! Register at

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Tuesday, April 25, 2023 – Couponing/Savvy Shopper Class – North Canton Library Senior Civic Center – 12:30 pm – FREE

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Tuesday, April 25, 2023 – Travel Affordably Class – Aurora Community Education – 7:00 pm – FEE – Register at:

Monday, May 1, 2023 – Travel Affordably Class – Amherst Library – 7:00 pm – FREE

Tuesday, June 13, 2023 – Couponing/Savvy Shopper Class – Canal Fulton Library – 6:30 pm – FREE!

Saturday, June 24, 2023 – Couponing/Savvy Shopper Class – Parma Powers Library – 11:00 am – FREE!

Monday, July 31, 2023 – Couponing/Savvy Shopper Class – Amherst Library – 7:00 pm – FREE

If you’re interested in booking a class for your organization whether it be a PTA, Senior Center, Business, Church, or Library, please contact me at or 440-227-6223. I can tailor the topics to your organization.

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Angela’s Family Restaurant in Cleveland
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Annie P’s Restaurant & Black Wall Street Cafe in Cleveland
Barrister’s Deli Restaurant in Cleveland
Bogside Pub in Willowick
Burg NGo in Mentor
Cafe Tandoor in Aurora
Camino – Cleveland in Cleveland
Classics Sportsbar and Grill in Cleveland
Cocos Locos Mexican Restaurant in Willoughby
Edgar’s Restaurant in Akron
Everest Restaurant in Cuyahoga falls
Garden Grill and Bar in Mayfield Village
Greedy’s in Cleveland
Harvard Express in Cleveland
Jackie’s Sports Bar and Grill in Painesville
Karl’s Inn of the Barrister’s in Cleveland
La Mesa Mexican Restaurant in Mentor
Mallorca in Cleveland
Matteo’s in Olmsted Falls
Michaels Grill in Independence
Neechi’s Pizza in Avon
Nepali Kitchen in Akron
Olympia Sweet Treats & Grill in Strongsville
Omar Grill in Cleveland
Paws in Aurora
Phuel Cafe in Cleveland
Plaza Agave Bar & Mexican Food in Chagrin Falls
Project Pizza in Cleveland
Quisqueya La Bella in Cleveland
REBOL in Cleveland
Saffron Patch in Akron
Shula’s 2 Steak & Sports in Independence
Snappy’s Kitchen in North Ridgeville
Spats Cafe in Concord Twp
Stadium 3 Bar & Grille in Cleveland
The Cabin Restaurant @ Mario’s International Spa in Aurora
The Ivy in Cleveland
The Leopard in Aurora
Thirst & Ten in Cleveland
White Oaks Restaurant in Westlake
Wilson’s Grill in Cleveland
ZamZem Market & Grill in North Olmsted

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PRODUCE PLACE – Through Sunday, 2/26: Strawberries – .99
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Ultimate Endless Shrimp Monday – $21.99 for all you can eat shrimp and choice of side.
Steak and Lobster Wednesday – $24.99 for a wild-caught lobster tail, 7 oz sirloin steak and two sides. Dine-in only.
Throwback Thursday – $14.99 for Walt’s Favorite Shrimp, two sides and fountain beverage or iced tea. Dine-in only.
Fish Fry Friday – $13.99 for hand-battered, wild caught cod, fries, and coleslaw. Valid for dine-in, to-go and delivery.

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Iceberg Lettuce – .99 each
Aunt Mids Spinach – $1.50
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Red or Yukon Potatoes 5 lb – $2.50
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It’s time for the annual Store Grades. Most stores saw their grade unchanged or moving very little. Most went down in score, a trend that’s been happening for years. Many stores didn’t improve their rewards programs or sales to entice customers to shop at their stores. Inflation caused a lot of prices to rise, so even sale prices were high. It was hard to even find 2 liters of Pepsi or Coke for 99 cents anymore. Being a savvy shopper is more important than ever!

One big change is that many stores stopped mailing ads and/or even putting ads in their stores or newspapers. Customers now have to fumble through their smartphone or PC to dig through the deals (find ads for stores at It’s unfortunate because going through a paper ad is much easier and quicker than going through one on an electronic device.

The grades are weighted most on which have the best deals, but also take into consideration service, staffing, rewards programs, coupon policies, and other money-saving factors. In years past I have given stores an A grade, but the reduction in freebies and tightening couponing rules have dropped grades, so none earned higher than a B-. Gone are the double coupon days and that brought grades down too.

A large hodgepodge of stores earned a C-. They each have their strengths and weaknesses. Giant Eagle has gas discounts with Fuelperks/Advantage Pay and the Warehouse Clubs have discounted gas while the other stores don’t. Other C- stores like Walgreens have a couple rewards program while others don’t. Heinen’s has quality products and a clean store, but limited deals and a minor rewards program. Marc’s has closeout deals while the others don’t. They all have their own niche.

Without further adieu here are this year’s Store Grades:


Good amount of Extrabucks deals, especially during Black Friday.
Usually a good handful of items can be purchased for 70% off or more every week.
Clearance holiday deals go up to 90% off.
Extra coupons given at in-store coupon kiosk.
Kiosk or register sometimes prints coupons of $X off $X purchase or they are e-mailed to customers.
Prescription Extrabuck rewards.
Earn 2% in Extrabucks rewards on most purchases (given after each quarter).
10% Beauty Club Saving reward.
Scan card 3X each week at kiosk to get extra coupons
Usually can find clearance items at 75% off.
CVS ExtraCare Pass includes $10 ExtraBucks each month plus other perks for only $5 per month.

Not as many Extrabucks freebies as in years past.
Not as many $4 off $20 purchase kind of coupons as in years past.
Extrabucks expire quickly.
They have stopped taking expired Extrabucks.
The regular price on most items are way over-priced.
Extra Bucks deals involve buying too many items. For instance, buy $30 to get $10 in Extra Bucks.
Cashiers can’t manually enter legit coupons that don’t scan.
Coupon Kiosks often not working or run out of paper.
Register has issues with coupons at times.
Ads no longer in newspapers or in stores.
Not the usual ton of Black Friday deals with lots of freebie items.


Great grand-opening deals.
10 for $10 sales are decent.
MPerks loyalty rewards programs offers additional savings when a certain amount is spent in certain departments.
Decent meat and rotisserie chicken sales, such as $1.99/lb for ground beef.
Good variety of items and stores are well-stocked.
Some great produce deals.
Coupons mailed to homes, including some that are freebies.
Decent clearance deals that are up to an additional 90% off.
Big sales ads.
Sushi deal once a week.
Great deals on clothes and shows with an additional percentage off deals.
Lots of eCoupons.
Register coupons can be valuable.
New clearance aisle section.
They have a price adjustment policy.

After initial grand-opening, the deals taper off.
Bonus savings only trigger in a limited time when enough is spent.
Limited to two like coupons.
No double coupons.
Deal match-ups with coupons are minimal.

No more 11 for $10 deals.


Awesome produce sales.
Organic foods at decent prices.
Super fast cashiers – do they give them free Red Bull?
Great everyday prices on cheese.
Great guarantee program
Stores are sized for easy in and out.
Clearance deals.
They take credit cards now!
Savings coupons with grand-openings.
Located all around town.
Ham prices during holidays are low.

Stores look low end.
Have to pay for bags.
They don’t take coupons.
Limited variety.
Limited stock.
Have to pay for cart.
Mostly store brand.
Run out of sale produce quickly.
Price of milk, sour cream, cream cheese, and eggs jumped.


BonusCash program offers many deals.
I like that you can get more than one offer on most of the deals.
Electronic coupons can be loaded to your card from their site.
Some gift card deals with their BonusCash program.
Additional discounts with each reward level reached
Decent amount of deals during Black Friday week.
Can find 75% off deals on clearance items.
Store coupons on some items that are close to expiration date.
$10 off $40, $15 off $50 coupons and others in ad or e-mailed.
Sometimes $3 off $15 coupons print at register.
Can match ad coupons with manufacturer coupon.
Send coupons by mail.
BonusChallenge offers more opportunities to earn Bonus Cash.
Some great laundry detergent deals.

Very few freebie deals with BonusCash, especially when compared to past reward programs (Up rewards, Plenti Points, etc.).
The regular price on some items are way over-priced.
Restrictive coupon rules (one coupon on BOGO deals).
Must purchase a lot of items for some deals to trigger. For instance, buy $50, get $10 in BonusCash.
Number of great deals each week has tapered off.
Stores shelves are very bare with some full sections missing any stock.
No more sales ad in the store or newspaper.
Closing many of their stores.


10 cent Fuelperks with every $50 purchase.
2X to 5X Fuelperks at times with gift card purchases.
Fuelperk deals when purchasing certain items.
Register coupons, some for dollars off your next shopping trip.
They offer tons of eOffers (electronic coupons – some can be used multiple times).
Sometimes offer eAdvantage offer – usually a freebie item, sometimes multiple items.
BOGO deals where only one item can be bought at half price.
Beer and wine rebates in store.
Fuel savings with transferred prescription coupons.
Some free prescriptions.
Accu-scan Guarantee – get first item free if item rings up with the wrong price
If you forget to use a coupon they will take it up to 10 days after the date on the receipt with a loyalty card.
Free cookie/fruit/snack freebie for kids club for $1 a year.
New Curbside Pickup program
Discounted sushi on Wednesdays and Sundays.
At times they have 75% and 90% off clearance deals.
New Advantage program saves up to 30 cents on gas (ties into your bank account).
Can scan your orders as you go with provided scanners.
Some free after eCoupon deals.
$5 off 5 deals.
Discounted bakery shelf.
MyPerks members get extra savings.

No more double coupons!
Some prices on non-sale items still high. Lots of people still feel their overall prices are high.
Eliminated price-matching.
Fewer super deals combining coupons and sale items.
Restrictive coupon policy (
Limited like coupons to 5.
Limited like internet coupons to 2.
Limited total coupons per checkout to 20.
Self scans limit coupons.
Regular price on meat is high. Even sale prices on meat are high, even with BOGO deals.
EOffers can’t be stacked with a manufacturer coupon anymore.
No more babysitting at Eagle’s Nests.
Have closed/consolidated some stores in the Cleveland area in recent years.
GetGo gas Perks program and MyPerks is confusing – how much does 3X perks save, etc.?
Sales ads much smaller.
Very few eAdvantage deals.
Stopped sending coupons via mail.
No more sales ad in the mail.
Some aspects of new MPerks program not as good as before.


Good quality, similar to Heinens.
Rewards program offering points for purchases that can get redeemed for rewards.
Fuel rewards with Speedway where available.
Ace Hardware stores located in-store.

No more double coupons.
Everyday prices are high.
Limited number of locations.


Locally owned.
They pack a lot of a variety of items into a small store.
Sometimes offer surprisingly great deals, some on laundry product deals.
Ticket discounts.
Good movie rental deals.
Pay some bills at their customer service counter.
Frequently have P&G gift card deals.
Great wine deals with rebates.

Minimal amount of deals.
No real Rewards program.
Grocery selection is minimal.


Most all now take coupons.
Clearance items can be very low priced.
They have $5 off $25 (or other amounts) coupons at times.
Some offer rewards savings.
Some discounted newspapers, including $1 papers on Sunday.
Can find a store everywhere.
Great prices on cards.
Great sale deals on clothes.
Most have online coupons.
Some staple products like bleach for a dollar are great deals.

Items can be cheap, but also cheaply made.
Limited selection.
No loyalty rewards program.
Items now priced $1.25 or higher.
Stores tend to be messy.


Online eCoupons.
Sometimes offer $X off $X deals.
Good clearance deals.
Some great deals on produce, meat, and seafood.
BOGO deals every week.
$X off coupons on package at times.
Thursday $5 sushi.
Rotisserie chickens are the best – sometimes on sale at $5.99
High quality and healthy foods.
Great deals on salmon.

Prices can be high.
Sometimes run out of stock of the best deals.
Not many stores around.


Decent dollar sales
If you want to feel elite, this is the store.
New downtown store!
Locally owned.
High quality.
Valet grocery program.
Half off sushi on Wednesdays.
They’re doing something right to be around 90+ years.
BOGO deals are frequent.

Everyday prices are high.
Limited deals.
No double coupons.
No gas rewards.
They are all about quality, but a box of Cheerios is the same at Marcs, Giant Eagle, Dollar Stores, etc. Aside from the bakery, prepared foods, and meats, the rest of what they sell for the most part is just like any other store. But if you did a blind taste test on even those items, could you figure out which store they came from?
Valet grocery program doesn’t allow carts out of the store. Can slow down leaving store. However, valet service can be a plus.


Ok everyday low prices (used to be better).
Ok produce prices (used to be better).
2% off on gift cards.
Great closeout deals. Never know what ‘made in China’ deal you’ll find!
Locally owned.
Discounted newspapers.
They now take credit cards.
Some hot deals in ad.
eCoupons on site.
Some freebies with eCoupons.
Usually have good cheese deals.
Decent flower prices.

No super deals on a consistent basis.
No real weekly sales, just everyday prices.
No Rewards program.
Meat quality questionable.
No double coupons.
Some stores need spiffying up.
No more Speedway gift card deal.


Their Register Rewards offers freebies or decent deals at times.
Balance Points Rewards program offers additional savings (now MyRewards).
Everyday rewards offer additional savings.
Bonus offers like an extra $5 reward with a $20 purchase are offered most weeks.
Beauty Enthusiast rewards offer additional savings.
Can now redeem up to 50,000 Balance Points rewards.
Can find 75% and 90% off clearance items every so often.
Lots of eCoupons.
Clearance make-up up to 90% off.
Some great deals on laundry detergent.

Hardly any great deals.
Very few Register Rewards deals unless you need toothpaste.
Can’t earn Balance Rewards points and redeem them at the same time.
Register Reward is considered a manufacturer coupon.
Coupons beep frequently at the register due to issues with their computer system reading coupons.
No Register Reward or additional Balance Reward deals for Thanksgiving week/Black Friday deals.
Register Rewards expire too quick.
The regular price on items are way over-priced.
They don’t put ads in the newspaper or in store.
Balance Rewards program no longer offers bonus amounts.
No more monthly in-store coupon booklet.


Coupons can earn overage (credit).
They price match their prices.
Have just about everything you need sold at the store.
Great for people watching.
New Wal-Mart+ program offers perks for shoppers that don’t want to go into the store.

Although their score improved, Walmart has consistently placed last among department and discount stores in the American Customer Satisfaction Index. So it’s no wonder customers are upset about shelves not being stocked and not enough cashiers at Wal-mart.
No real weekly sales, just everyday prices.
Everyday low prices not as good as it used to be.
Very high produce prices.
They don’t double coupons.
Their fuel reward program isn’t very good.
No other reward programs.
Shelves are usually not fully stocked.
Not enough employees at registers, etc.
Behemoth stores are way too big – if you forget something you have to take a commuter plane just to get to the other side of the store
Too much of what they sell is from China when it used to be mostly U.S. products.
They did away with ad price matching.
Rarely put ads in newspapers .
No more Savings Catcher program.


Decent quality, especially the Kirkland brand.
Lots of freebie food stations.
Costco treats their employees right.
Good deals on non-grocery items like tires and some on travel and other items.
Some offer store coupons.
Some offer a rebate after the year that ends up covering the cost of your membership.
Can always find Groupon membership deal.
Gas stations with prices lower than competition.

You have to pay to shop there.
You have to buy in humongous bulk sizes, much of which may get thrown out because it spoils before getting used. Great for the Octomom and the Waltons, but not single people.
Most don’t take manufacturer coupons (BJ’s does).
No ads in newspapers.


Stores are sized for easy in and out.
Buy $100 in gift cards, get $10 Dave’s gift card.
Locally owned.
New Curbside Pickup program.
Own Lucky’s Market and family owns Sweetberry.

Everyday prices can be high.
Minimal savings rewards programs.
Sales ad small.
No more double coupons.


Rewards program offers deals through the year, sometimes free after Rewards.
Allow multiple limits on Rewards deals.
Store personnel are always asking if I need help.
Online additional discounts given such as percentage off deals.
Rewards members get 2% back in rewards on their purchases.
Some online coupons.
Frequent 100% rewards on Duracell batteries.
Usually always have rewards for toner purchases.
Send 20% or 25% bonus rewards coupons in the mail.
Sometimes send $10 of $XX purchase coupons in the mail.
Can use rewards on stamps.

Fewer Rewards deals than in the past.
The Rewards value gets adjusted if coupons or additional discounts are used.
No deals over Black Friday like there were in the past.
No more paper deals that were around $10 after rewards for a case of paper.
School deals were very limited this past year.
Less $X off $X deals.
Coupons very restrictive.
Clearance prices high.


Some decent deals..
Can find great deals on meat such as $3.99/lb for T-Bone steaks.
Similar to Aldi’ in format, but unlike Aldi, they take coupons.
They advertise 6 great deals each ad.
Sometimes offer $5 off $25 coupons.

Minimal sale items.
Mostly sell store brands.
No loyalty reward programs or other perks.
Selection is minimal.
Sales ads have shrunk.


Online coupons.
Coupons e-mailed every so often are sometimes freebies ($5 off a purchase of $5 or more)
Usually have rewards for toner purchases.

A lot less deals again this past year, especially over Black Friday weekend.
School deals were minimal as compared to years past.
No more Staples Rewards deals and Easy Rebates.
No ads.

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Blueberries pint – $1.99
Strawberries – $1.79
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Strawberries – $1.99
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Stouffers Mac & Cheese – $1.95
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Chicken of the Sea Tuna can – .79
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Formerly Sun Plum Market. Located next to Gale’s Garden Center in Willoughby Hills and in Lyndhurst.
Sale through Wednesday.
Bananas – .49/lb
Oranges 4 lb – $2.99
Gala Apples 5 lb – $2.99
Grapefruit 5 lb – $2.99
Tomatoes – .99/lb

Bunch Radishes, Bunch Cilantro, or Green Onions – 99 each
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Idaho Potatoes 5 lb – $1.99
Brocolli – $1.50
Green Leaf, Red Leaf, or Romaine – .99/lb

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Strawberries – .99

Sale through Saturday.
Limit of 2 or more on some deals.
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