Here are the deals that are good Monday 3/11 ONLY-
PRODUCE 5lb bag Mandarins $5 Organic Blueberries 18 oz. $5
BAKERY 4 Count Braided Strudels 2 for $5 8 Count Strudel Fingers 2 for $5
DELI Nob Hill Trading Co. Sliced Turkey $5lb Nob Hill Trading Co. Cheese $5 lb.
FROZEN Foster Farms Breaded Chicken 22-33.6 oz. $5 Foster Farms Frozen Wings 22-33.6 oz. $5 Foster Farms Frozen Meatballs 22-33.6 oz. $5
GROCERY Raley’s String Cheese 24 oz. $5 Casper’s Hot Dogs 16 oz. $5 Raley’s Stack Pack Bacon 20 oz. $5 G.T.’s Organic Kombucha 3 for $5 Raley’s Apple Juice 64 oz. 3 for $5 Raley’s Pretzles, Kettle, or Tortilla Chips 3 for $5 Mott’s Apple Sauce Cups 6 ct. 3 for $5 Goldfish $5 Frito Lay Variety Pack $5 Pure Leaf Tea 6 Pack $5
All you have to do is open your Shopkick app up at the stores that offer “kicks” to walk in. When your Kicks add up for enough to earn a gift card-you can redeem your kicks!
To get MORE kicks- Scan items in the store (different for each store) Link your debit/credit card and receive kicks for shopping at certain stores- I get kicks for shopping at TJ Maxx, Home Goods, and Marshalls automatically added to my account!
I can usually get $5-$10 in gift cards each month with this app pretty easily. If my kids are with me it gives them something to do while they are in the stores. They go around Target, Walmart-or grocery stores and scan the items that are offered. Keeps them occupied-and they get their own Starbucks cards!
I usually save mine up until I can get a larger amount-or I need a gift.
I did save mine up for awhile because I knew we were going to Seattle-and I KNEW there would be Starbucks there!
Here is my husband enjoying his coffee at the Starbucks Reserve!
He saved up like $10 from Shopkick, and I had $20 so we drank free coffee that weekend because of our Shopkick App!
I have earned almost $1,000 Cash Back with Ibotta! (Plus my husband has the app too so we can both earn the deals!)
If you have not downloaded or used Ibotta yet, download it- and enter THIS referral code MPJXKQ
You will get $10 Cash just for signing up! Plus- we will be in the same team-there are TEAMWORK bonuses when your team reaches a certain amount of Cash Back offers redeemed, and since there are lots of people on my team, it is pretty easy to get a few levels in every month of Bonus MONEY!!!
If you register your card from Raley’s, Sprouts, and Rite Aid-your offers will be redeemed automatically without submitting a receipt!
Here is how it works- 1. Get the Ibotta App 2. Choose the store you are shopping at 3. Add the offers to your account of what you will be buying 4. After shopping redeem your offers by taking a picture of your receipt and submitting it. 5. Receive your CASH BACK!
At first it may seem time consumng setting it up-I get that. But really once or twice a week I skim through the offers at the stores I go to and add them to my account-then when I go to the store I redeem my receipts. It gets faster each time. Plus-looking at how I got $944 back so far-I do not feel bad about the time I spent looking through the offers!
My favorite… Raley’s Shredded Cheese 2lbs. $5 Raley’s Chunk Cheese 2 lbs. $5
Here is a video my daughter made last year of how we used our Raley’s shredded cheese!
(Directions on bottom of page!)
Mott’s Applesauce 6 ct. 3 for $5 Tree Top Apple Juice 3 for $5 Folgers Coffee 22.6 oz. $5 San Francisco Bay OneCups 12 ct. $5
Harris Ranch Ground Beef 2 lbs. $5 Deli-Raley’s Ham and Swiss Cheese $5 lb
California Pizza Kitchen Pizza $5 Di Giorno Pizzeria Pizza $5 Stouffer’s Family Size Entree $5
Strawberries 2 lbs. $5 Blueberries 24 oz. $5
Charmin 8 Double Rolls $5 Bounty Paper Towels 2 Huge or 6 Big Rolls $5 Puffs 3-4 ct. Tissue $5
Rainbow Grilled Cheese Directions-
With the help of $5 Monday at Raley’s-I grabbed a couple bags of Shredded Mozzarella Cheese and some Buttermilk Bread ($1.99) and for $7 I made Rainbow Grilled Cheese for EVERYONE!
It was very simple. I just divided the cheese in bowls, added color (10 drops of food coloring) I really wish I had PINK, but next time. Then filled the sandwiches and grilled them up!
It was so simple and fun-plus really cool to look at while you are eating! You can use fancier cheese and one kid couldn’t get over the fact that we were using mozzarella cheese for a grilled cheese, but I thought it came out delicious (and under budget!)
I made this quick video (actually my daughter made the video) to show how simple it was. As you can see I am NOT a Pinterest type person. I keep it real-and I use paper plates!
Do you find yourself running out and making a big shopping trip for your 4th of July BBQ?
Why not plan ahead and grab the items you need as they go on sale! Then you won’t have to pay full price on anything!
First, make a list of items you may need. Here are some items that will go on sale between now and then
Meat-Ribs, Chicken, Steaks, Hot Dogs, Tri-Tip
Ketchup, Mustard, Mayo
Pasta for pasta salad
Posicles and Ice Cream
Paper Plates, Napkins, Cups
Second, look for coupons for any of these items you may have. If you don’t have any-grab a couple of extra Sunday newspapers (From the Dollar Tree) for the next few Sundays. There will be coupons for many of these items-Keep them handy! Also, look for Printable Coupons for items you may be buying each time you shop.
Third, as these items go on sale for the lowest price-grab them! Then you will be prepared ahead of time and spend less money than you usually do.
I will also keep you posted as to where and when to buy the items for the best deals!!
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When I was volunteering at church, a friend of mine kept telling me about using coupons and how you can save all this money buying stuff at the store. I thought “I can’t really save that much using coupons, besides with me, my husband, and 7 kids I just need to be used to spending a lot because we use a lot.”
Well, I homeschool my children, and since my wonderful husband gave me my own laptop for Mother’s Day, and I had a child struggling in math, in between math problems, I started looking into this whole coupon thing.
When I saw what other people were getting with coupons, and the crazy prices they were getting it for, I was convinced. I started printing out coupons while my kids did school, and having them cut them out when they were done!