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Here are some of this week’s best grocery & household deals from, 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:

Pampers Baby Dry: Save an extra $3 on Pampers Baby Dry Economy Plus Packs in size 1 or 2, which brings your total to just $34.75 after your Amazon Mom discount, or as low as $0.13/diaper. And they’re delivered straight to your door!

Pampers Splashers: Whether you still have lazy pool days ahead of you this year or you just want to be prepared for next year, pick up Pampers Splashers (Size 3-4) for $0.29 each, the best price we’ve seen all summer.

Bob’s Red Mill: Steel cut oats make a delicious and filling breakfast, especially on chilly fall mornings, and right now you can get four 24-ounce bags of Bob’s Red Mill Organic Steel Cut Oats for $12.43. See more Bob’s Red Mill deals here.

Tully’s K-Cups: Purchase Tully’s Coffee House Blend K-Cups (50-ct.) through Subscribe & Save for $28.49, or $0.57 each. You can also get my favorite blend, Donut Shop Medium Roast, for $29.99, or $0.60 each.

Snyder’s: Stock up on individual snack bags of pretzels with this Snyders of Hanover Variety Pack (36 ct.), on sale for $21.50 or $0.60/bag.

Nordic Naturals: This is a great price on fish oil capsules from Nordic Naturals! Get a 180-ct. bottle of Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Fish Oil for $34.30, or $0.19 each.

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 at Jungle Deals & Steals.

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  • Lindsey says:

    Did anyone else get a offer in their inbox this week for joining Amazon Prime? They say if purchased by tomorrow, I will get a voucher for $30 off of $50 in the Baby Store. So…essentially, I’d be joining for $49. I’m still trying to decide if it is worth the money or not. Hmmm…

    • Lindsey, I know Crystal’s not big on “spending money to save money”, and I think that’s definitely something to consider, but for us it’s been worth every penny. We live in the boonies, so being able to order something on sale rather than having to make a run to town for it and being able to take advantage of deals without filling up our cart to meet the free shipping level has been worth it.

      That said, the benefit to Amazon is it’s a lot easier to overspend when you can buy whatever you want with two-day shipping and no minimum order value, so I think knowing yourself and whether you can resist that urge is important too!

      • Lindsey says:

        Thanks for your response! I’m getting ready to have my third baby in a few weeks, so that’s part of what I’m factoring in, too. I do live close to several stores, and I do a lot of couponing, but I just don’t know what will change when I’m a mom of three little ones. I just have to decide by Saturday though…I think the deal ends then. Thanks again!

  • Digital Mom says:

    Thanks – any deal we can find on K-cups is mucho appreciated!

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