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Sargento Coupons = Nice Price at Kroger on Cheese

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As part of the new Kroger Mega Event running through 4/7/15, Sargento cheese is $1.99 when you buy any 10 participating items.  To make it sweeter, there are 2 printable Sargento coupons available!

Save $0.50 on Sargento shredded cheese

Save $1/2 Sargento Tastings cheese

Photo credit:  Kroger Krazy

Photo credit: Kroger Krazy

Use these coupons and pay just $1.49 each, which is a nice price for cheese.

Thanks for the photo Kroger Krazy

Nissin Chow Mein Noodles Just $0.31 at Kroger

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There is a brand new Mega Event running at Kroger and affiliate stores, buy any 10 participating products and save $5 instantly at checkout.

Nissin Chow Mein Noodles are included in the sale and there is a nice Buy 4 Get 1 Free coupon to print here.

We have not checked our stores, but others are reporting the Nissin to be priced at $0.39 on the Mega Event.

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Using the coupon, your deal would look like this:

Buy 10 Nissin Chow Mein Noodles @$0.39

Use (2) Nissin buy 4 Get 1 Free coupons.

Pay $3.12, or just $0.31 each

Thanks Deal Detecting Diva

Kids Bowl Free All Summer Long

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This Summer your child can take advantage of an awesome opportunity offered by bowling alleys across the nation in conjunction with the Kids Bowl Free program.  Once you register your child for this program (it is free), they can bowl up to 2 games each week for free!

Check the participating bowling alleys here.

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We know that keeping the kids busy in the Summer can be a challenge, but this is a perfect way to keep them entertained in a safe and friendly place.

Register your child for Kids Bowl Free today!

 

$2.50/1 Coffee Coupon – Check For Peelie Coupon

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While we were at Kroger the other day we spotted a high value peelie coffee coupon on the Honey Bunches of Oats cereal.  Save $2.50 off any one coffee when you buy 2 Post boxes of cereal.

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Since we were buying Honey Bunches of Oats cereal anyway (it’s on the Mega Event), we picked up a cheap can of Maxwell House too using the coupon.  $3.49 for coffee can’t be beat.  Make sure to check your store for this high value peelie coupon;  we are thinking that because it can be used when you purchase any 2 Post cereals it may be on other varieties of Post cereal boxes as well.  It’s worth a look.

 

New $1/2 Tic Tac Coupon

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Just in time for a little Easter treat – we have a new Tic Tack coupon you can print at home (twice).

Save $1.00 When you buy any TWO (2) Single Packs (60ct) of Tic Tac® mints

Save $1.00 When you buy any TWO (2) Single Packs (60ct) of Tic Tac® mints

Nature Made Vitamelts Deal – $0.99 With Coupon

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We are really happy to see this sale at Rite Aid because we are running low on vitamins.

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Nature Made VitaMelts Deal:

Buy 2 VitaMelts @$5.99

Use the $2 off 2 Nature Made VitaMelts coupon found here

Pay $9.98 & get back (2) $4 UP Rewards

Final price:  $1.98, or $0.99 each

Thanks Hip2Save

52 Week Saving Challenge – Week 12

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Happy Spring!  It is officially Springtime which brings a smile to everyone’s face, right?

It is also week 12 in the 52 Week Saving Challenge.  It is time to deposit $12 into your special savings or $41 if you are working in reverse.

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The idea behind the program is simple;  each week you deposit a set amount into the savings tool of your choice.  We use an online account set up at Serve.com (sign up for your free online banking account with Serve here) and every week we transfer money from our normal everyday bank to Serve online.  It takes less than one minute, and for us having the money in a separate account works best.  Some people take the cash and put it in a jar they have set aside in their home.  Some others take the money and put it in an envelope in the home.  Others we have heard have opened a subsidiary account with their bank, usually called a Christmas Club, and deposit the money there.  Use whatever system works best for you; there is no right or wrong way to participate.  The important thing is that you commit to saving money.

There are 2 ways to determine how much a week you want to save.  You can start off with $1 on Week #1, or start with $52 on Week #1 (we call this working in reverse).  For us working in reverse (starting with the $52 on Week #1) works best.  Each week we remind you to make your deposit we will tell you how much you need to sock away and we’ll always include both options.

Below is a chart so you can see how quickly your savings will grow:

 

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For the past 2 years we have used the money we save to pay for all of our holiday shopping and the 2 parties we host at the holidays.  Some of you have used the funds to pay for a family trip, others for bills.  It is all up to you how you spend the money;  again – just be committed to saving money.  It’s a hard habit to get used to but once you do you will feel so accomplished each week.

The nice part about this program is that it is self monitored so if you have a week where you have a problem being able to deposit the funds (and we have all had those kinds of weeks), just catch up the following week with a double deposit.  Or, if you miss a week completely – it is OK!  You’ll end up with slightly less than the $1378, but it’s nothing to beat yourself up about.

Be proud of your accomplishments – and the fact you are on the 52 Week Saving Challenge journey.

You’ve got this!

And for Week #12, deposit $12 into the account or $41 if working backwards.

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