Buy 5 Mission Hass Avocados for $2
Buy 2 Crest Toothpaste for $3
Buy 2 Philadelphia Cream Cheese for $3
Buy 2 Oscar Mayer Wieners or Turkey Franks for $3
Buy 2 Fresh Express Salad Mixes for $4
Buy 2 Quaker Instant Oatmeal Boxes for $5
$5.48 Pepsi Products when you buy 2 24 pack cubes
Buy 10 Zone Perfect Bars for $10
Per Pound Deals
$0.77 per lb Jumbo Minneloa Tangelos
$1.88 per lb Country Style Ribs
$2.47 per lb Center Cut Pork Loin Chops
$2.78 per lb Boneless Angues Whole Bottom Round
$3.98 per lb Summer Sausage
$4.98 per lb Boneless Angus Beef NY Strip Loin
$0.67 Kraft Handi-Snacks Pudding (4 count)
$0.75 Kraft BBQ Sauce
$0.88 Super Saver Hamburger, Hot Dog Buns
$0.98 Tomato Juice (46oz can)
$1.28 Oscar Mayer Bologna or Cotta Salami
$1.76 Keebler Club or Townhouse Crackers
$1.76 Nabisco Snack Crackers
$1.78 Lay's Potato Chips
$1.88 Kraft Salad Dressing
$1.88 Heinz Ketcup
$1.98 Oscar Mayer Ham or Turkey
$1.98 Capri-Sin Assorted 10 pack
$1.98 Kraft Natural Cheese (can be frozen)
$2.18 Ore-Ida Potatoes, Onion Rings
$2.28 Kraft Singles
$2.28 Daisy Sour Cream or Cottage Cheese
$2.28 Kraft Deli Slices (can be frozen)
$2.38 Kraft 2% Cheese Singles
$2.38 Oroweat Bread
$2.48 Kraft Mayo, Miracle Whip
$2.48 Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Meats
$3.48 Johnsonville Fresh Sausage
$2.64 ERA Laundry Detergent
$3.98 Reser Salads (3lb)
$4.98 Maxwell House Ground Coffee (30.6oz)
$4.98 Velveeta Cheese Product
$5.98 71/90 Count Cooked Shrimp
$5.98 Marinated Chicken Wings
$16.47 Bud, Miller or Coors Light 24 Packs
$18.88 Snow Crab Legs (2lb package)
Buy 2 Hy-Vee Frozen Fully Cooked Meatballs for $4
Buy 4 Twiced Baked Potatoes in the Meat Case for $5
Per Pound Deals
$3.99 per lb Coarse Ground Beef for Chili (85% Lean)
$6.99 per lb Thick Cut Sirloin Steak
$7.99 per lb 51-60 Count Cooked Shrimp (Seafood Case)
$7.99 per lb Smoke Salmon Spread
$0.79 Dr.Pepper, 7Up, A&W, Sunkist 2 Liters (Limit 4)
$0.79 Squirt, RC or Diet Rite 2 Liters (Limit 4)
$0.99 Tia Rosa Homestyle Tortillas
$1.48 Hy-Vee Cream Cheese Block
$1.88 Hy-Vee Bakery Fresh Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns
$5.00 Single Topping Italian Express Pizza
$5.99 Heat and Eat Italian Express Cheese Bread
$15.00 Hickory House Full Slab Ribs 1.75lb
$15.99 Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite 24 packs (Limit 1)
$15.99 Genuine Draft, Coors or Coors Light 24 packs (Limit 1)
$19.99 Hy-Vee's Kitche Bucket of Wings 18 count
$29.99 Hy-Vee's Deli 3' Sub Sandwich
Per Pound Deals
$2.49 per lb Fresh St. Louis Spareribs
$0.19 Avocados (each)
$0.25 Grapefruit (each)
$0.65 Infuse Drink
$0.99 Roma Tomatoes (20oz tray)
$1.29 Mulit-Colored Peppers (3 count tray)
$1.29 Pineapple (each)
$1.29 Brownie Mix
$1.48 Navel Oranges (4lb bag)
$1.89 Moser Roth Dark Chocolate Collection
$1.99 Mini Chocolate Bars
$1.99 Mini Creme Filled Chocolate Bars
$2.29 Cheese Dip or Little Salad Bar Guacamole
$2.99 Hazelnut Delights
$2.99 INdividually Wrapped Chocolate Pieces
$3.49 Speciality Select Sea Salt Caramels
$7.99 Heart Shaped Ice Cream Cake
$12.99 Speciality Maine Lobster Tails
Buy 2 Tositos Scoops for $5
Buy 2 Dortio Chips for $6
Buy 2 Tropicana/Trop50 Juice (bottle) for $6
Buy 2 4-Pk Cups Kraft Mac N Cheese for $7
Buy 3 Bags of 12.6oz M&Ms for $8
$0.89 Ro-Tel Diced Tomatoes (can)
$1.00 Vitaminwater (20oz)
$1.52 Campbell's Chunky Soup
$1.79 Heinz Ketcup
$2.39 Wheat Thins
$2.50 Chex Mix Varieties
$2.66 Cheez-It Crackers
$2.69 Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing (16oz)
$2.99 Totino's Pizza Rolls (40 Count)
$2.99 Select Alexia Frozen Items
$3.19 Orville Redenbacher's Popcorn
$3.99 24 Count Aquafina Bottled Water
$4.99 Ziplock Gallon Storage Bags (60 Count)
$5.44 Velveeta (32oz)
$5.99 Tyson Any'tizers Frozen Boneless Chicken Wings
$6.59 Select TGI Friday's Frozen Appetizers
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The Shopping Embargo: My Annual, 8-Week Buying Fast
Andrea Tomkins as told to Alden Wicker
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From the article:
"The shopping embargo is about buying only essentials—food, fuel, soap—and leaving out the rest. One of the first things I did was unsubscribe from all retail newsletters. They’re a great way to save money, but they’re also irresistible invitations to buy. I stopped going to the mall, and switched to grocery stores that only sold food.
I also started asking myself a series of questions before I brought something to the register:
Can I borrow one?
Can I buy it secondhand?
Can I reuse something I already have?
Will I get a lot of use out of this?
Can I wait a month before deciding to buy it?
We’re so used to whipping out our credit cards to buy something immediately–but when I waited a month, I could change my mind, find a better deal or decide I didn’t need it anymore.
It’s amazing how often I found myself with something in my hand, asking myself, “Do I really need this? The usual answer: No."...
PureWOW offers free newsletters with the latest technology to make your life easier. When I saw this one, I had to share. With my busy schedule, sometimes it is hard to get out to the store to look through all the different cards. This handy app brings the store to you and sends it automatically in time for the birthday or special event.
In theory, we’d love to send each of our friends a personalized birthday card. But who has the time, or for that matter, who remembers?
Essentially an iPhone app that syncs with your Facebook account, Cleverbug alerts you when your contacts’ birthdays are approaching, prompts you to create custom missives for folks you might ordinarily forget to buy a card for, and then prints and mails the cards in two to five business days so they arrive just in time for the big occasion.
To send a card ($3, plus postage), pick a lucky recipient from a drop-down list and choose from a host of designs. Cleverbug pre-populates the cards with photos from your Facebook albums, but you can change the images to just about anything. You can also edit the language, should your carefully crafted haiku prove better than a generic “Happy 40th!”
You don’t even need to dig up your address book to get the card mailed: Upon sign-up, Cleverbug aggregates birthdays in date order and automatically requests updated addresses from your contacts (which it stores for future use).
That said, you can certainly send cards for non-birthday events as well: new job, new baby, new Botox.
Worried because your mother isn’t on “the Facebook”?
We discovered that if you simply select a friend who is, you can change the photo and mailing address to reflect anyone you know.
Healthy, progressive, and economically responsible, the Treat Jar is a surefire way to celebrate a major accomplishment without breaking the bank.
Here’s how you play: Grab a girlfriend and take a night to think of all the (ideally inexpensive) things you’ve always wanted to try but have never managed to get around to.
Wine tasting, fencing lessons, a Pilates class, making ravioli from scratch, taste-testing the mousse at that new bakery on the corner, painting your nails gold, unapologetically watching every season of Downton Abbey in your pajamas, whatever.
Give yourself a variety of options—from simple to intricate—and write each one down on little paper rectangles, concealing the celebratory contents with a swift and solid crease.
Drop them all into an oversized mason jar, and promptly display it on the counter, on a shelf, on your bedside table—anywhere that’s visible daily and that keeps you accountable to setting and crushing your goals.
Then, every time you have something to celebrate, close your eyes and reach into the jar like you’re eight years old at a sleepover and it’s finally your turn at Charades. Discover the fate of your reward, and set out on your adventure!