Amazon.com: The best online grocery & household deals this week

Amazon Deals

Here are some of this week’s best grocery & household deals from Amazon.com, courtesy of Terry and Mandi from Jungle Deals & Steals. Many of these prices are higher than what you’d pay by combining coupons with sales, but they may be good deals for you if you live where there aren’t many stores or deals are scarce:

Breakfast

  • Bear Naked: While this may not be the “best” price we’ve ever seen for Bear Naked Vanilla Almond Fit Granola, it’s still a great deal, and right now you can get the 12-ounce pouches for just $2.61 ($15.66 for the pack of 6).

Health & Beauty

Household

Pantry Staples

Terry & Mandi are a busy mother-daughter team that look for ways to save money without sacrificing a lot of time, and they share their love for all things Amazon.com at Jungle Deals & Steals.

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Coupons: Charmin, Spot Shot, Herbal Essences

Printable coupons

Here are some new printable coupons available today:

$0.50 off ONE Charmin Basic
$0.75 off ONE Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong
$1.00 off one (1) SPOT SHOT Instant Stain Remover
$0.25 off ONE Charmin Freshmates
$0.75 off ONE Herbal Essences Body Wash

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Target: Deals for the week of May 24-30, 2015

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:

Banana Boat Sunscreen Spray, 6 oz – $7.99 eachGet a $5 Target Gift Card wyb 2
Use $1/1 coupon from the 5/17 RedPlum insert
Or use $3/2 coupon from the 5/17 RedPlum insert
Use $5/$25 SavingStar.com rebate
Stack with $1/1 Target printable
Stack with 10% OFF Cartwheel.com coupon
Stack with $1.25/1 Ibotta Rebate
As low as $2.58 after coupons and rebates

Smart Ones Frozen Entrees, 4.4 – 11.5 oz – B5G1
Includes; Select varieties
Use $3/10 Target printable
Use $4/10 printable
Use $10/$40 SavingStar Rebate
Final Price Varies

Kraft Foods Mac & Cheese, 4 pk – $3.50
Use $0.75/1 MobiSave Rebate
$2.75 each after rebate

General Mills Outnumber Hunger Cereal, 10.7 – 13 oz – $2.50 
Includes; Select varieties; Pictured: Cheerios & Lucky Charms
Use $1/2 printable
Use $0.75/1 MobiSave Rebate
$1.75 each after coupon

Finish Dishwashing Detergent, 14 – 17 ct – $3.49
Use $0.50/1 coupon from the 4/16 SmartSource insert
Or use $1/1 coupon from the 4/26 SmartSource insert
$2.49 each after coupon

See the full list of deals at Target this week here.

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A Day In My Life: School, corn dogs (!), YouTube videos, & I found the missing tweezers!

A Day In My Life

This morning began, like most mornings do, with me creeping downstairs to light my ePantry candle and enjoy some quiet before the rest of the family gets up. I cherish this morning quiet — even if some mornings it only lasts for 15 minutes or so before someone else wakes up. :)

A Day In My Life

Once the kids were all up around and dressed, we ate breakfast (cereal and oatmeal) and then started in our Morning School Time. We always start with Bible Reading and Scripture memory — we’re reading some from Genesis and Luke and memorizing Psalms 8 right now.

A Day In My Life

The kids brought their LEGOs to the table today to build while I read to them. I’m a big fan of letting kids work on something with their hands while I read aloud to them. Honestly, I think kids listen better when their hands are busy.

So I always encourage them to draw, play with LEGOs, create, or play with play-doh while I read. I think we get through twice as much reading with 500% better attention by doing this.

A Day In My Life

We’re reading from a few different read alouds for Sonlight right now + we talked about using adverbs in creative writing and listened to some poetry today.

A Day In My Life

I had discovered these Adult Coloring Pages earlier this morning and had to print some off because I wanted to use them and I thought the girls might enjoy them, too. Kaitlynn scooped them up and had fun working on them while listening to me read.

After we were finished with our Morning School, the kids worked on their chores, I did a little clean-up, we ate lunch, and then got ready to head to my chiropractor appointment.

{I’ve become such a big believer in chiropractors over the past few years and have seen such improvement in my overall health by going to them. Best of all, they are very inexpensive and so worth the investment for the health benefits I’ve experienced!}

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While the girls finished their independent school with Jesse, Silas came with me to the chiropractor.

It started raining BUCKETS while we were in my appointment. I hadn’t thought to bring an umbrella so we got drenched on the way out to the car.

And then, of course, as soon as we got in the car, it all but stopped raining. When we made it safely to the car, Silas exclaimed, “We just conquered the second biggest storm in history.” Not sure what the first biggest storm was — maybe Noah’s flood?!

On the way home, we stopped by Sonic to buy 3 of their corn dogs that were just $0.50 today.

A Day In My Life

The kids were just a wee bit excited about the corn dogs. It cracked me up that such a simple, inexpensive thing could bring so much fun into their day.

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They told me that they needed to make crazy faces in this photo because “that’s what most kids would do if someone were taking picture of them with corn dogs.”

{I promise Kaitlynn was not sticking the corn dog up her nose… it only looks like that in the picture!!}

A Day In My Life

After the corn dog excitement, the kids settled in to make LEGO videos. They have hopes of someday having their own YouTube channel and have been practicing filming themselves making various LEGO tutorials and learning how to use the video software.

It’s hilarious to listen in from the other room — especially when Silas says things like, “Be sure to follow me on Instagram, comment on my blog, and like my Facebook Page.” All without being prompted.

Today, he told me that he’s going to “Send his YouTube followers to MoneySavingMom.com, so I need to be prepared for some extra comments.”

A Day In My Life

While the kids were working on making “YouTube videos”, I worked on cleaning out the kid’s bathroom cupboards and drawers. I hadn’t tackled these in a long time and they were certainly in need of some help!

A Day In My Life

I ended up with a bag of things to get rid of (mostly trash/items needing to be tossed) and some items that needed to be put back where they belonged.

A Day In My Life

I was especially excited to find the missing half of my favorite brush (the handle came off awhile back and I hung onto it hoping that actual brush part would eventually show up!), another brush that had disappeared, and the tweezers that I’d practically turned the house upside-down to find not too long ago! Yay!!

I finished up some blogging work, we had leftovers for dinner, we cleaned up the kitchen together, the kids got ready for bed and went to bed, and then I finished typing this up while Kathrynne stayed up a little later because she was giving me the most amazing head massage (that girl knows how to get her mama to say “yes” to letting her stay up a little later!) :)

My evening routine is done, so now I’m off to hang out with Jesse and maybe get in a little reading before heading to bed around 10:30 p.m…

How was YOUR day today? Tell us about it in the comments!

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Get two pair of Girl’s Leggings for just $10 shipped!

Get 2 pairs of Girl's Leggings for $10 shipped!

Kaitlynn loves leggings, so I was excited about this deal! She wears them multiple times during the week — under shorts, under skirts/dresses, and by themselves with a longer shirt.

They are especially great for her because she spends time almost every afternoon at the ice rink working on her figure skating.

Get 2 pairs of Girl's Leggings for $10 shipped!

Cents of Style is offering two pair of Girl’s Leggings for just $10 shipped. Here’s how to get this deal:

  • Go here and add one pair of Girl’s Leggings to your cart in either yellow, pale pink, spring green, turquoise, or lavender.
  • Go to checkout and you should see a pop-up for a second pair of leggings (black, navy blue, hot pink or white).
  • Use coupon code MSMLEG to knock the price of both pairs of leggings down to $9.99 total with free shipping — that’s just $5 per pair shipped!

Get 2 pairs of Girl's Leggings for $10 shipped!

Note: each style fits a little different. Please be sure to check the sizing to verify that you’re ordering the right size of each pair:

Yellow, Pale Pink, Spring Green, Turquoise, Lavender-
S/M: Fits size 6-10 waist 20″ length 22 1/2″
L/XL: Fits size 10-14 waist 21 1/2″ length 27″

Black, Navy Blue, Hot Pink, White-
S/M: Fits size 4-8 waist 20″ length 21″
L/XL: Fits size 8-12 waist 22″ length 24″
Get 2 pairs of Girl's Leggings for $10 shipped!

This deal is valid for my readers only through May 31, 2015.

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