You can go movies for just $1 per ticket on certain days and times. Or, you can buy a 10-movie pass for just $5 — making each movie ticket just $0.50!
All movies are rated G or PG. You can see all of the theaters and find out more information on times and movies being shown here.
Here are some of the best deals at Target this week, with thanks to Marcy from Stretching a Buck for her help in compiling them:
Kraft Mac & Cheese, 5.5 – 7.25 oz – $1
Submit $0.75/1 MobiSave Rebate
$0.25 each after rebate
Market Pantry Pasta, 12 – 16 oz – $1
Use $1/3 Target printable
$0.67 each after coupon
Kellogg’s Special K Cereal, 11 – 13 oz – $1.99
Use $1/3 coupon from the 5/3 RedPlum insert
$1.66 each after coupon
Special K Granola Bars – $1.99
Use $0.75/1 printable
$1.24 each after coupon
Get a $5 Target Gift Card wyb 2 Select Pet Care items:
Purina ONE Dog Food, 16.5 lb – $15.29 eachUse $5.00/1 Purina ONE Dry Dog Food; Includes 15 lb or Larger
Use $5/1 printable
Stack with 5% OFF Cartwheel.com
Stack with $5/2 Target coupon from the 4/12 SmartSource insert
$4.53 each after coupons and with gift card
Purina Dry Cat Chow, 16 lb bag – $11.99
Use $1.05/1 printable
Stack with $5/2 Target coupon from the 41/2 SmartSource insert
$5.94 after coupons and with gift card
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Guest post from Kelly of Kelly Cox At Home
My husband and I have lived on a budget ever since we got married. I didn’t find it that difficult to stick to our written plan except for one area: our grocery budget. While doable, I found it tough to only stick to our allotted $400 a month grocery money for just 2 people!
One day, we decided to look into couponing to see if perhaps we could stretch our grocery money.
Quickly, I learned that couponing has its own language! I found myself getting pretty frustrated because I didn’t understand what RP, SS and PG meant! You see, PG is how I abbreviate “Praise God” in texts or email, and I completely realized that was not the case on coupon sites!
My husband was very helpful when I was over-complicating things. He researched and figured out the coupon lingo so to speak. My eyes were opened and we chose one site to begin to follow. I’m so thankful that he helped me because I am completely hooked on saving money with coupons.
We began to cut coupons from the newspaper and print them offline. I figured out what it meant to stockpile and realized that it didn’t necessarily mean keeping 38 jars of peanut butter on hand!
It only took 2-3 months and we cut our grocery budget in HALF. Wow, we were thrilled!
Here are 3 of the many reasons why I coupon…
1. Coupons save us $200 each month.
We cut our grocery budget in half and now save extra money each month. It took a while to get used to sales cycles, coupons, and how to pair them at their rock bottom price, but that work was definitely worth the extra $200 each month!
Also, not only do we save money, but we actually have much more food (and options!) in our fridge, pantry and freezer.
2. Coupons allow us to give more.
I’ve found that we are able to give more to food pantries, our church, and even to family and friends! It is so much easier to share several bags of food to those in need because the couponing allows me to do it less expensively and offers me the flexibility to give more freely.
Also, my sisters-in-law occasionally get “coupon presents” from me and they enjoy these silly gifts! I will give them each a little bag of toiletry products, food products, seasonings or about anything that I got for free or super cheap from couponing. They love it!
3. Coupons offer an opportunity to try new brands and products.
Couponing has enabled me to try so many new products because they were so cheap (or free!) I’ve enjoyed new brands and have even replaced some of my old products with new ones.
Couponing has broadened my horizons with food, toiletries, makeup, and cleaning products. I love to try new things, especially when they are a cheaper price or even free!
I’m amazed at what couponing has done for our family’s budget. Also, I’m pleased that it has allowed us to give more. I’d suggest couponing for those who want to save money, bless others, and broaden their horizons!
Kelly is a Christ follower, blessed wife, and a lover of all things home. She blogs over at Kelly Cox At Home about her journey at home and passion for debt-free living. She hopes to encourage others in that goal, while sharing tips on how to manage and enjoy all things that make up HOME!
Kelli over at New Leaf Wellness has put together a list of 17 different simple breakfast recipes you can make ahead and freeze.
Kim emailed in and let me know that Carol Tuttle’s book, Discover Your Beauty Type, is free to download on Amazon today.
Please note: I have only skimmed this book, but have gone through the course in-depth and applied the principles to my own life and seen a big change in how I feel and in my own confidence by wearing things that fit more of my personality.
That said, some of the parts of the course are a little “out there” and borderline weird. So I’m guessing there will be some of that in the book, too.
But overall, I found the course to be very interesting and engaging, very thought-provoking, and very eye-opening to me. In fact, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to approach clothes and how I dress in the same way again as a result of going through this course.