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Category: Deals Around Town

Harris Teeter: Triple coupons (September 14-20, 2011)

Harris Teeter will, once again, triple coupons up to $0.99 in value from September 14-20, 2011. Only three like non-printable coupons and two like printable coupons can be doubled per transaction. There is a limit of 20 coupons per day per household.

Visit My Coupon Teacher and MomonDealz for a full list of deals and coupon match-ups.

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Walmart: Beech-Nut Baby Food for $0.12 per jar + more!

You can use the following Beech-Nut printable coupons to score some great deals at Walmart:

Buy 3 Beech-Nut Baby Food Jars — $0.46 each
Use $1/3 Beech-Nut Baby food coupon
$0.12 each after coupon

Beech-Nut Goodies — $1.27
Use $1/1 Beech-Nut Goodies coupon
$0.27 after coupon

Beech-Nut Cereal — $1.50
Use $1/1 Beech-Nut Cereal coupon
$0.50 after coupon

I can’t guarantee that your Walmart will have these same prices, but it’s definitely worth checking out!

Thanks, I Heart the Mart!

Finally! CVS releases a corporate coupon policy!

At long last, CVS released a corporate coupon policy today that is available to print from their website. You’ll want to print this and bring it with you when you shop in case there is confusion as to the CVS corporate coupon policy.

Here are a few points of note from Couponing to Disney:

  • In the event that any item’s price is less than the value of the coupon, CVS/pharmacy will accept the coupon only to the price of the item. CVS/pharmacy does not provide cash back in exchange for any coupons.
  • The coupon amount will be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied. (For example, a $5.00 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value).
  • CVS/pharmacy accepts one third-party manufacturer coupon and applicable CVS/pharmacy coupon(s) for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer.
  • CVS/pharmacy accepts valid internet/print at home coupons containing a barcode.

Super Savings Saturday: Health Food Store, Dillon’s, Aldi, Walmart, Dollar Tree, Target

I think I may have set some sort of record in my grocery shopping today. I went to six stores–which is very out of character since I rarely go to more than three at a time! However, I only had a short to-do list today and I got it done right after lunch. So my husband sent me out to go shopping on my own and told me to just take my time and enjoy myself. So I did!

Each of the stores ended up being out of some of the things I was hoping to buy, but I was still able to get some great deals. Here are the groceries I ended up buying:

And here are the different store transaction details:

Health Food Store Shopping Trip:

5 cantaloupe marked down to $0.59 each (I gave one to a friend whom I ran into at Dillon’s, so there are only 4 pictured.)
Organic bananas marked down to $0.39 per pound (I’ll freeze these for smoothies.)
4 boxes of Rice Milk marked down to $0.99 each
1 box alphabet noodles (for alphabet mac & cheese that we’re making for a school project)

Total with tax: $11.71 (I can’t seem to find my receipt, but I’m pretty certain this is what the total was.)

Aldi Shopping Trip

Butter — $2.79 (ouch!)
Feta cheese — $1.99
2 packages of Multi-colored peppers — $3.18
Hebrew National Beef Franks — $2.49
Total with tax: $11.21

Walmart Shopping Trip

4 bottles of Spic & Span — $0.97 each, used 2 $1/2 Spic & Span coupons
Total with tax after coupons: $2.16

Dillon’s Shopping Trip

Mom’s Best Cereal — $1.50, used $0.55/1 coupon (“doubled” to $1 off), $0.50 after coupon
2 cartons of buttermilk marked down to $0.79 each (I stuck these in the freezer to use in pancakes.)
2 Luna bars — $1.09, used two $0.50/1 coupons (doubled to $1 off), $0.09 each after coupons
2 8-oz. packages of cheddar cheese — $1.88 each
Total with tax after coupons: $6.57

Target Shopping Trip

3 bottles of Simply Lemonade/Simply Orange — $1.27 each, used $1/1 coupons, $0.27 each after coupons
1 Rimmel Glam Eyes Eye Shadow — $2.49, used $2/1 Target coupon + $1/1 manufacturer’s coupon, free plus overage after coupons
Total with tax after coupons: $0.37

I stopped by Dollar Tree hoping to find some Nature’s Own bread. They were all out, but I picked up some fun activities for the children to do this week and for when we travel to Dallas later in the week.

Did you snag any great deals or bargains this week or save money in other ways? If so, be sure to post about them on your blog and leave your link below. Please remember that this weekly round-up is to share deals you personally got and/or money you were able to save this week. In order to keep this weekly round-up focused on helping and inspiring others in their efforts to save money, links which have little-to-no content other than promoting affiliate links, etc. will be deleted. Also, to make it easy for everyone to navigate quickly through the links, your link must link directly to your Super Savings Saturday post.