Alice.com: Best deals this week

Go here
to sign up for an account with Alice.com. When you sign up through that
link, you'll get a $10 credit added to your account once you've
purchase $50 worth of products through Alice.com.

Here are my favorite deals of the week on Alice.com:

Bic Razors (12-count package)–$0.96 after clip-free coupon
Bic Shavers for Men (10-ct package)–$1.05 after clip-free coupon
Kotex Pantiliners (5 different kinds)–$0.41 per package after clip-free coupon

Go here
to order these and see the other top 50 deals of the week offered on
Alice.com. (You have to be logged into your account for that link to
work.)

A few things you'll want to note:

::Alice.com offers free shipping all the time. There is a 6-item minimum order requirement. However, you only have to order one item if it's first time to order.

::There are clip-free coupons available.
These are often the same as are found in the newspaper inserts and come
off automatically when you order. You can only use one like coupon per
item.

::Remember that these deals aren't necessarily the
best deals you'll ever be able to find, but they are quite good
considering you don't have to clip a coupon or go to any store to get
them.
And if you live where there aren't many shopping options, these might be better than most prices you'd see.

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$0.50/1 Minute Rice, $5/2 GoodNites, C&H sugar coupons, more

Sugar
There are two new C&H sugar product coupons available here. These often go on sale around Thanksgiving for Holiday baking, so keep your eyes peeled for deals.

More printable coupons:

$0.50/1 Minute Rice product

$5/2 GoodNites underpants (Thanks, Jill!)

$0.75/1 Little Debbie's snack cakes (Thanks, KC Penny Pinchin' Mama!)

$1/1 Nestle candy (Thanks, Audrey!)

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Target: Free Kellogg’s cereal and high-value GE Lighting coupons

Kelloggs

Beginning November 1, 2009, Target is running a special deal: Buy 3 boxes of Kellogg's Cereal, Get 1 Free. There are brand-new coupons out which will make for four free boxes of cereal after the coupons and sale. Here's the break-down:

Buy 4 boxes of Kellogg's cereal at $2.66 each
Use $1/1 coupons here or here (there's also a $1.50/2 coupon here)
Use 4 $1/1 Target coupons here
Get one box free
Free after coupons and sale

Thanks, The Frugal Find and Abundant Food Savings!

There are also new Target GE lighting coupons here which can be stacked with the $1/2 coupons here or from the 10/4 SmartSource insert. Let us know if you find any great deals on lighting products with these coupons. (Thanks, TheKrazyCouponLady.com!)

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Super Savings Saturday: Over $75 worth of natural/organic foods for $19!

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I made a quick run into a nearby health food store this week as a friend of mine had tipped me off to the fact that their Annie's cereals were on sale for $0.99. I'm so glad I stopped when I did because I walked out with everything shown above and paid less than $20!

The Annie's cereals were on sale for $0.99 (an incredible deal considering the regular price is $5.99! Do people really pay that kind of money for a box of cereal??)! The Kashi bars were $1.99 per box and I had $1/1 coupons making them $0.99 per box. All of the veggies/fruit were reduced to $0.99 per bag/carton–even that 5.5 lb. bag of organic carrots!

Now the fun challenge has been using up all those carrots as they are nearing the end of their life (which is why the bag was so inexpensive!) We've been making carrot/apple juice–yum!–and I'm also thinking of making a whole-wheat carrot cake this coming week as we have lots of cream cheese in the freezer.

If I have any left, I think I might just whip up some homemade baby food for the freezer since Silas is almost 6 months old (sniff!) and he'll inevitably be starting solid foods before long. I've said before that I don't usually make special baby food, but if I can get organic carrots for $0.99 per five pounds, I just might change my mind on that! Or maybe I'll just chop, cook, and freeze the leftovers to use in soups. We'll see!

I spent a few dollars at both Target and Wal-Mart on deals this week as well, but I failed to get a picture of those.

All totaled, we're about $10 under our $40/week grocery budget for the month of October–and our cupboards, freezer, pantry, and refrigerators are still quite full with food.

By the way, I'm teaming up with FishMama to do a Baking/Cooking Ahead Day next week. We even got all fancy and set up a Facebook page here if you're interested in joining us. Stay tuned early next week for further details.

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Did you snag any great deals or bargains this week or save money in other ways?
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personally got and/or money you were able to save this week. In order
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their efforts to save money, links which have little-to-no content
other than promoting affiliate links, etc. will be deleted. Also, to
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link must link directly to your Super Savings Saturday post.

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Sneak preview of Sunday’s coupon inserts

Wondering what coupons will be in Sunday's newspaper inserts? Head over to the Sunday Coupon Preview to get the full scoop on all the coupons which should be in the three coupon inserts coming out.

If you're new to using coupons and are looking for help getting started, be sure to check out my podcasts here and here.

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