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Walgreens: Cheerios Cereal for $0.90 after coupons and rewards (next week — print your coupons now!)

Cheerios Coupon

You can pick up Cheerios Cereal from Walgreens next week for as low at $0.90. Cheerios Cereal will be on sale for $2.50, plus you’ll get 2,000 Balance Reward Points with purchase of two boxes.

Here’s how to get Cheerios Cereal for only $0.90:

Buy 2 Cheerios cereal at $2.50 each
Use 2 $0.60/1 Cheerios coupons or use 2 $0.50/1 Cheerios coupons
Spend $3.80 plus tax out of pocket, Get 2,000 Balance Reward Points ($2.00)
$1.80 total = $0.90 each after coupons and Balance Reward Points

Print these coupons now while they’re still available. This deal is valid November 3 through 9, 2013.

Thanks, For the Mommas!

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Outback Steakhouse: Free Kid’s Meal October 31, 2013

Outback Steakhouse

Kids eat free at Outback Steakhouse this Thursday, October 31, 2013 only.

There’s no coupon necessary for this offer, just say “Free Kids Meal” to your server. Click here to find your local Outback Steakhouse location.

This offer good only at participating Outback Steakhouse locations while supplies last. One Free Kids Meal with each purchase of an adult entrée (limit 2 free Kids Meals per visit). Offer valid for kids ages 10 years and under. Free Kids Meal choices are from the Joey Menu only and include an entrée and choice of drink. Offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount, coupon or offer and has no cash value.

Click here to find more great Restaurant Promotions in your area.

Thanks, Andrea!

Reader Tip: Von’s Peach Sale is perfect for canning

Brandy from The Prudent Homemaker emailed this tip:

Vons has yellow peaches on sale for $0.50 a pound. The sale runs Sunday, August 1st, through August 7th, 2010. These are probably freestone but you will need to check (have the produce person cut one open for you; if the flesh comes away easily from the pit, it’s a freestone peach. If the flesh clings to the pit, it’s a cling peach; good for fresh eating but not for canning).

Last year I bought and canned 324 pounds of these peaches and they were wonderful.

If you want them to order them for you, go early in the week and ask them to order as many boxes as you will need. Most stores get shipments in on Tuesdays and Fridays. Stores typically only keep a few boxes at a time, but you can order as many boxes as you will need.

This is a great way to get peaches in season at the lowest price of the year to enjoy all year long!