Hanukkah Apps, Videos, and Favorite Tech Gifts

Hanukkah Apps

This post is part of an ongoing series of lifestyle tech as a participant in the Verizon Insider influencer group. I’m thrilled to be part of this group for the past several years and I hope you enjoy my unique perspective on tech for families and entrepreneurs. There are affiliate links in this post, which help me to run this site and buy cool tech I think you’d love to know about.

This year Hanukkah starts on December 24th. This is so exciting! No only do I have something fun to do on December 25th but I get to take advantage of all the sales. And though Hanukkah is a festival holiday and, traditionally, not a big gift-giving holiday, it’s become more and more a celebration that includes gifts. Gifts go well with latkes and pear sauce, right?

What I love about tech is that it allows everyone to get in on the games and fun smartphone apps. Even songs, lots of Hanukkah songs! So I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite Hanukkah tech, from apps to videos to small gifts to things that may qualify as ‘the big gift’ this year.

Fun Hanukkah Apps

Light My Fire (iOS, Andriod) – Created by The Jewish Museum in New York, this app allows you to select one of the many exquisite Hanukkiah from their collection. I love this, especially for college kids and young adults who may not be able to light actual candles where they live. It’s also great for little kids so they can participate in lighting candles. I think it would be a great option for seniors who may not feel comfortable with open flames in their homes or senior living apartments and for parents of kids with special needs that may not be able to light candles in a traditional way.

Menorah (iOS, Android) – This is a nice app, with music by Mo Kiss, that lets you light the candles and sing along. Again, great for those in need of a virtual menorah.

The Chanukkah App (iOS, Android) – With a virtual menorah, some history, and a virtual dreidel game it’s a mobile party! This app features the blessings in 7 languages as well as incorporates social sharing so you can celebrate with your friends all over the world.

‘Twas the Night Before Hanukkah (iOS, Android) – An extension of the 2012 musical album of the same name, this app brings lots of fun holiday music to your smartphone with an epic musical battle between Christmas and the Festival of Lights. Something new and fun to give a tech/music spin to your celebration.

Match 8 Hanukkah Game (iOS, Android) – Tired of playing dreidel? Who isn’t! Here’s a fun little game to distract you from whatever it is you need distracting. This candle lighting game will test your skills at speed lighting. A great app for kids of all abilities to get involved in playing Hanukkah games.

Chai on Chanukkah (iOS) – A top app among Jewish families with special needs kids, everyone gets in on the festival fun!

Hanukkah Match Games (iOS, Android) – A Hanukkah twist on the traditional game of matching tiles. Fun for young kids and helps them make a Jewish connection.

Festive YouTube Videos

The Chanukah SongAdam Sandler Chanukah Song (3:55) – The original by Adam Sandler. In 1994, Adam Sandler wrote a Hanukkah song for SNL’s Weekend Update and it’s become a classic. Before this there really weren’t very many non-traditional Chanukah songs, so this is really the one by which all modern songs are measured. Most are parodies, but The Chanukah Song and it’s subsequent versions are all classics. Sandler’s Chanukah Song Part 4 was released in 2015, at a fundraiser with Judd Apatow. (Image Source: NBC)

Sesame Street: Hanukkah With Veronica Monica (2:43) – if your kids love Sesame Street, this is a fun little video of the Hanukkah story. If you like this one, check out Shalom Sesame.

The Maccabeats – Candlelight – Hanukkah (3:41) – Candlelight is a Jewish parody of Taio Cruz’s Dynamite. With over 11 million views, I find myself singing this all year ’round. Funny thing is that when this song came out BabyGirl had never heard Dynamite and months later when she did she thought it was a parody of Candlelight. True story!

The Maccabeat – All About That Nais (2:55) – Not as popular, but still fun, this parody of Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass is a nice little story about latkes, dreidels, bubbies, and presents.

Six13 – Chanukah (Shake It Off) (4:34) – New to the Jewish a Capella scene a few years ago, Six13 puts together a Festival of Lights parody of TayTays Shake It Off. It’s a fun little ditty!

The Story of Hanukkah (2:15) – This is a storybook video of the story of Hanukkah geared to help young readers. Perfect for kids!

Favorite Hanukkah Tech

OK, so there isn’t really such a thing as Hanukkah tech (other than the cool electronic Hanukah menorahs) but when it comes to gift giving, Chanukkah can present more challenges than just how to spell Channukkah. Since Hanukah is a festival holiday, many of us grew up with little emphasis on the gift-giving  part of the celebration. Some small gifts for each night (candy, puzzles, games, etc.) or maybe one “big” gift (a bike, designer jeans), but gift giving has only recently become associated with Hanukkah so it can be difficult to figure out the ‘right’ gift. And that’s why I’m taking the stress out of your holiday and giving you some suggestions for gift options for your Hanukkah-celebrating friends and family. [Note: Chanukah begins on Dec. 24th this year, so waiting for those after-Christmas sales is highly encouraged!]

Bluetooth Trackers – These little devices that attach to your keys, slide into your wallet, fit nicely in your center console of the car, attach to a zipper in your luggage, or connect to your child’s backpack, are awesome gifts. I’ve used the Tile, Tile Slim, and Mynt trackers and all have saved me from what could have been stressful moments. When I switched planes (and airports) to allow for a family to stay together, my Mynt tracker gave me peace of mind when I saw that my luggage had arrived to my destination. The Tile tracker was with me on a three week trip to DC this summer and when I left my luggage with the concierge I could see it was safe. And when I can’t find my phone, these little devices let me get an audible tracker even when my phone is on silent. Retail: about $20 each

Portable Speaker – When we went to Israel, we took the UE Boom with us so we could easily listen to music. We take it with us when we travel because it’s so easy to use and doesn’t take up much space. CycleGuy loves it for taking business calls because it turns his smartphone into a real speakerphone. The UE Boom 2 is shockproof and waterproof, making it even more versatile. The UE Roll is small, lightweight, and so easy to use for those with active lifestyles. These range in price, but are well worth the money!

External Smartphone Battery – Let’s face it, we’re busy people and don’t have time to worry about our smartphone running low. Sure, we can get a car charger or connect at home. But, with music and games, social media, and all the photos, those long-life batteries don’t always sync with our busy lives. I have 7 or 8 different powerbanks, each for different purposes. I have the ultra-thin charger for those times I’m going out and have a small evening bag. My original Mophie is always in my purse and CycleGuy has one in his messenger bag. I have a few larger Limefuel chargers with multiple ports so BabyGirl can always plug in with friends.

Multi-Port USB Charger – Seriously, you need one! Instead of plugging in all over the house or fighting for outlets at a hotel, a multi-port USB charger is a dream. I have three of these and they are the best! We have 7 smartphones, a Nexus, two iPads, wireless headphones, CycleGuy’s bike light, and quite a few other things that need to be charged and we can do it with such ease and convenience. A few brands I like are Anker, this value-priced Sabrent 4-port hub, this Photive 6-port rapid charger, as well as the more permanent option of changing out your outlet to a Top Greener Dual USB wall outlet.

Of course, who wouldn’t love a new phone? Sometimes that’s a very personal decision, but if you’re looking for a smartphone that is unique and has really cool add-on options, check out my experience with the Motorola Moto Z Force Droid. And, of course, you can’t go wrong with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge either.

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5 New Year Resolution Alternatives For Those Of Us Who Don’t Do Resolutions

New Year Resolution OptionsI’ve never been a New Year Resolution type of gal. That’s likely because for me growing up new year celebrations meant Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur not the December 31st to January 1st thing. Sure, I watched the ball drop and all the parades on TV. And even went to the Rose Parade one year. But resolutions weren’t really on my radar until I was in college. And even then, I never really got in to the whole excitement of saying I’ll do things only to decide a few days later it’s not gonna happen.

I’ve asked my Rabbi before if Jewish people make resolutions. As in, when Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur come around why is it that I don’t hear a lot of talk about all the great things we decide we’ll do in the year ahead. I’ve never really gotten a good answer. Sometimes I’ve been told it’s because we focus on forgiveness and look forward in the coming year to doing better for ourselves and others. Other times it’s more about the spiritual well-being of our resolve than the physical and economic. The general focus, I’ve come to understand, is, in addition to the teshuvah, often translated as repentance (that whole ask for forgiveness part), the Jewish new year is a return (another definition of teshuvah) to spirituality, goodness, and charity.

As a progressive Jewish woman, there are many secular aspects of this whole resolution thing I want to embrace. Not the make them and break them part, but the change part. The quest to improve and make things better, not only for myself but also for others. Which is why I’ve been looking at ways to use this changeover to 2016 as a catalyst to kick up my quest for reminders and actions to make every day better than the one before.

So if making resolutions isn’t your thing, but you want to do something here are some fun and encouraging ways to help you make 2016 your year!

5 Awesome and Amazing New Year Resolution Alternatives

Start a gratitude journal – There are scientific studies that show gratitude actually makes us happier and healthier. Kind of like a diary, a gratitude journal is a place where you write down things you are thankful for. You can be as creative as you wish. No pressure to write 50 things a day or explain everything in detail. It doesn’t have to be big things. It’s what YOU are grateful for that day. You don’t need a fancy journal or pen. Any notebook will work. And as time goes on you can upgrade if you want. Start out simple and before you go to bed just write down 3 or 4 things that made you grateful that day. It could be as simple as having your water bottle because you were super thirsty and couldn’t stop for a coffee or soda. It could be coming home at the end of the day and not having to make dinner because you had leftovers from the night before. Maybe you’re grateful for a text from a friend or being able to send a text that cheered up your friend. You get it, right? Just a few things, every day, that fill your heart with joy and give you a reason to say “good things happened today”.

Create a happiness jarHappiness jars have been around for ages. DIY and self-help mavens have made them popular again, but the truth is, we did these when we were kids. We’d write things about the day and store these scraps of paper in our dresser drawer, a shoebox under the bed, a mason jar in the closet, or wherever prying eyes wouldn’t be able to find it. Again, nothing fancy if you don’t want. You just need a jar or a box and a piece of paper and something to write with. Of course, if it’s something pretty or decorative that you can see daily and that brings you joy, that will likely make it easier for you to stick with this journey throughout the year. At the end of the day, pick something that made you happy. It could be getting a promotion, finally quitting that crappy job, or getting to see an old friend. Even if it was a nose-to-the-grindstone or when-does-school-start-again kind of day, sometimes just taking a few minutes to focus on your heart and your happiness can be a big deal for your personal health and well-being.

Fill a dream jar – Instead of filling a jar each day, start the year with a jar filled with things that symbolize your dreams. That way you can see it every day and be motivated to keep at it. Fill it with pictures of places you want to travel. Maybe you want to finish your degree. Or start it. It could be a new house, more money, time with friends. Whatever it is that you want to do this year, add them to a clear jar by your sink or bedside or kitchen to remind you that today you’re going to do something to achieve your dreams.

Select a word – Sometimes we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to remember all these awesome things we’re going to do this year. Twelve months is a long time and planning that far ahead isn’t for everyone. So why not just pick a word. One word that will be your focus, your anchor, your driving force. And once you have chosen that one word, write it down and post it so you see it frequently. Maybe it’s in your daily planner for work or in a reminder note on your phone. Could be a sticky-note on the fridge or in the car. Write down your word and when you need to make a decision, ask yourself if it fits with your word.

Make a vision board – It can be as fancy and elaborate as you desire. Vision boards have been around for ages. Again, you probably made something like a vision board when you were a kid. Remember tearing apart all those magazines and sticking them on your wall or in a notebook? Channel your inner creative child and put together a vision board to keep you motivated all year. If a physical dream board isn’t your thing, there are a number of virtual dream board options.

So there you have it – five pretty awesome and amazing alternative to setting resolutions you know you’re not likely to keep. I wish you all the best in 2016. Thank you for visiting my blog, sharing your thoughts, and showing your appreciation by sharing my work. May all your dreams become a reality and may goodness and joy follow you throughout the year.

What do you think of these alternatives? Do you think one of them might be right for you? What other suggestions do you have as a resolution alternative?

Sara

Why Essena O’Neill’s Breakdown Matters To Parents Everywhere

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With over a million fans and followers across social media, Australian teen Essena O’Neill was a bonafide social media star. She made money from YouTube videos, Instagram posts, as well as modeling and other freelance work she was able to secure due to her online popularity. But at the end of October she started deleting many of her over-2,000 photos from Instagram and re-captioning the remainder. She was exposing what she said was the “ugly truth” behind social media – that it’s all staged and often done on behalf of a brand.

While I do spend a great deal of my work talking about and educating people about the need for disclosure – and not just because it’s the law in the US, EU, and many other countries – this post isn’t about disclosure. I’ll discuss that issue on my other website. This post is about being a parent of an almost teen girl and how do I prevent this from happening to my child. Essena may now be 19 and have been “instafamous”, but she represents our kids. Our everyday kids who post on social media and watch, comment, fave, like, and ‘heart’ any number of social media accounts. We may follow our friends with their 65 other followers, and our kids do that too (although they and their friends have many more followers). However, the bulk of their impressions are coming from people who are social media “famous”. People like Ms. O’Neill.

The difficulty of parenting in the age of social media is that our kids are exposed to much more that we don’t see. Our parents may not have known exactly that we were looking at certain magazines or sneaking in to see movies or watching videos with our friends we knew we shouldn’t have been seeing. And while we may have wanted to believe they were clueless of what we were doing, they weren’t. The outlets for us to get information were the same as our parents. We weren’t bombarded with advertorial, product placement, sponsored content, and other types of subtle marketing that kids today must navigate. Which is why Essena O’Neill’s very public departure from social media is a bit of a wake-up call for parents.

Ms. O’Neill began on social media when she was 16. She quickly amassed 50,000 followers on Instagram posting photos of herself at the beach, wearing bikinis, showing herself ‘going to the gym’, etc. She is slender, beautiful, and lives in Queensland, Australia. Life was good. Then she found out brands would send her swimwear to ‘model’ and photograph for Instagram. Brands would pay her to do this. And she began down the road of using her social media platform for business. Instead of just being a 16-year old girl looking for people to validate her beauty, she became a shill for brands. She knew what she was doing – getting paid for posting photos that promoted a brand. But most of her followers – many, teen girls like herself – don’t.

So why does this matter to us? As parents, especially those of us with tween and teen girls, we work very hard to give our kids a solid foundation and healthy self-esteem. We spend hours making sure our kids aren’t bullied, or bullies. We read article after article about how to spot eating disorders in young girls. Our Facebook is filled with friends warning us about the latest predatory tricks of social media networks. We set up parental control, monitor texts, and ask a lot of questions.

But we don’t tell our kids that social media is another form of marketing and advertising. We likely assume they know that. We don’t tell our kids that those photos of their favorite celebrity are likely ads disguised as casual conversation. Because we don’t want to seem cynical. We’re not sure how to explain that the YouTuber they watch may be getting paid to talk about certain video games or makeup or clothing brands. How do you tell your kids that everything they read and see online may really be some sort of marketing? Even though they’re researching and doing their homework there.

We, the parents, don’t even know if what we’re seeing is an ad. It’s easy on TV, usually. It’s easy in magazines and newspapers, which our kids don’t read anyway. We know billboards are ads, and we inform our kids of this. They see advertisements in the program at sporting events, and from a very early age we’ve educated them on the difference between the ads and the content. But online? I know I’ve been sucked into reading what I thought was an article, only to realize at the end it was really just an ad. And, admittedly, sometimes it wasn’t until I was reading comments that I realized what I read may have been what is now being marketed as ‘native advertising’. If we’re not sure the social media post or video is really just an ad or product placement, how can we expect our kids to know?

And that’s why Essena O’Neill’s “departure” from social media matters. It matters because we’re talking about it. We’re talking about whether this is just a marketing ploy on her part or if she is sincere in her exposing ‘the ugly truth’ behind social media and those perfect posts. We’ll talk about it with our kids and find out their thoughts on what they believe is and is not real on social media. We’ll question more and demand disclosure. We’ll demand disclosure not because there’s something inherently bad about getting paid to work with a brand. We’ll demand disclosure because, just like with other forms of advertising, we have the right to know. And our kids have the right to know that what they see is just marketing and that they’re not expected to have that level of perfection in their lives.

Consumers and advertising watchdog groups were the advocates and impetus for the truth in advertising rules that apply to what some call traditional advertising – movies, television, newspapers, magazines, and direct mail. These same truth in advertising rules apply to social media. But until we’ve educated ourselves and our kids as to what this social media advertising and marketing actually looks like, just like we educated ourselves with traditional advertising, we deserve to know the truth, and so do our kids.

What do you think about the need for more transparency in social media and other emerging media platforms?

Sara

Minecraft and Girls

Minecraft and Girls

Microsoft announced the purchase of Mojang, creator of the wildly popular game Minecraft, and there was a loud sigh in my household. BabyGirl is a Minecraft junkie and it’s a topic of constant conversation with her friends. Interestingly, she’s the one who came home and told me about the rumors of a sale. Minecraft girls

I don’t want to pass judgement on Microsoft, but, to be honest, I’m worried they’ll somehow screw up Minecraft. There’s no real history to support that belief. Sure, most of the companies Microsoft has purchased since it’s inception in 1986 were B2B focused so they were never on my radar. In the last few years, I actually cared because Microsoft bought my beloved Skype as well as the well-loved Nokia. Minecraft girls

But this is a game-changer (pun intended). See, Minecraft did something no game had done before. It attracted girls. One a very large scale. Minecraft could likely be, single-handedly, responsible for the growth of girl gamers.

I grew up with Atari and pong. Back then games weren’t geared toward boys or girls, they were just games. Kids sat around together and played them. Then there was a huge shift and game-makers decided games were for boys. So they created games that left girls out of their killing, destruction, and degradation of women. And then came Minecraft. And things changed.

Minecraft came out in 2009 and was an underground game that used bland-colored and textured cubes to create a 3D world. Very different from the games on the market that were much more realistic, color-intense, violent, and, well, male-oriented. I have a daughter, and there was no way I was going to allow her to be involved with games that incorporate gratuitous violence against women. Minecraft girls

Minecraft changed how I felt about online gaming for kids, girls especially. Yes, Minecraft is very popular among adults. But there is an innocence in the game even though there is plenty of killing and destruction. One of the key concepts of the game I really liked was that it could be a single-player game and you could bypass as much of the killing and destruction that you needed. I also liked that it brought the boys and girls together to talk about something they both enjoyed, since there seemed to be a natural segregation developing when BabyGirl was about 8. Minecraft girls

Minecraft gives kids more than just a game. It taps their creativity. It makes them think strategically. If they’re in survival-mode they have to think about life-saving concepts like building shelter, getting food, and fighting off predators. In creativity mode they’re free to use their imagination and not be hampered by too many restrictions. If they are inclined they can enter multi-player servers and work together with others.

Minecraft is the impetus for many kids learning to program. What better reason to learn JavaScript than to make custom mods, new creatures, or different color worlds? The intersection of learning and play is highly blurred in Minecraft. And as a parent, I don’t mind.

Minecraft welcomes girls! The colors in Minecraft are bland. Even the pink pig is a subdued pink. But you can make pink! But there is not a “girl version” of Minecraft. Everyone plays the same game. Not every girl wants to live in a pink-washed girl. Even my pink-loving, sparkle-wearing, glitter-needing BabyGirl loves that Minecraft is “regular”, as she says. She says it makes it easy to talk to people about Minecraft because it’s a standard game and even though you can add gems and jewels and “girl-ish” things the conversations are usually focused on what’s being built, how something was done, and sharing cool tips and tricks. She even finds that Minecraft is a common ground for talking with older kids.

So why is there so much worry over what Microsoft might do to Minecraft? I’m not sure. So far they haven’t screwed up Skype or Nokia (although I did hear they’re going to drop the Nokia name). That’s not saying much though, is it. Neither have the interactivity and ability to change things like Minecraft, so a lot remains to be seen.

I don’t want Microsoft to change the reason for Minecraft. Markus “Notch” Persson created Minecraft because he loves programming and games and doing things that are fun. The same reasons we want our kids to play this game for hours on end. It’s the perfect intersection of learning and fun in a make-believe world that helps kids (and adults) escape the many pressures of life. For BabyGirl, it’s given her new skills, taught her about architecture, improved her strategic thinking, and provided her a topic that is a great way to meet new people or be friends with classmates she may not have sought out.

This quote from Microsoft creator, Notch, in his open letter about leaving Mojang pretty much sums it all up.

I love you. All of you. Thank you for turning Minecraft into what it has become, but there are too many of you, and I can’t be responsible for something this big. In one sense, it belongs to Microsoft now. In a much bigger sense, it’s belonged to all of you for a long time, and that will never change.

Thank you, Notch, for creating this make-believe online world my daughter loves so much. And to Microsoft, don’t screw it up!

Sara

Frys Food Stores 9/25-10/1

Fry’s is a Kroger affiliate which multiplies all coupon values up to $1.00, everyday. If you have not already loaded the eCoupons on your loyalty card, go to Kroger’s eCoupon program.

Fry’s current coupon policy: All coupons are now worth $1.00. You can read more about the current Fry’s coupon policy here. Fry’s has updated the Fry’s coupon policy and All manufacturer coupons up to $1 will be worth $1 at all stores, except in Yuma.

If you follow me on Facebook you may not be seeing all my updates due to changes in how Facebook decides what you want to see. If you want to  see all my updates go to the Saving For Someday Facebook page, hover over the “Liked” button and make sure you check ‘Show in News Feed’. Thank you!

Produce

Honeycrisp Apples $1.27 lb
Yellow Peaches $0.99 lb
Bartlett Pears $0.99 lb
Roma Tomatoes $0.99 lb

Meat

Boneless petit Sirloin Steaks Buy 1 Get 2 Free
(aprox. Retail price $8.99 lb)
Coho Salmon Filets, wild caught $8.99 lb

Grocery

Horizon Organic Milk $3.19 half gal

Yoplait Yogurt Cups $0.50 ea
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$0.33 ea

Bar-S Meat Franks $1.00 ea

Oscar Mayer Lunchables $1.00 ea

Pepsi or 7Up 12oz/12 cans or 12oz/8 bottles $2.75 ea wyb 4
Must purchase 4 in a single transaction to receive promotional price

Pepsi 24oz/6 bottles $2.49 ea wyb 2
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Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup $0.79 ea
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Cascadian Farm Cereal $2.99 ea
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Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal $1.88 ea
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Dreyers Ice Cream $2.99 ea
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Dreyers Outshine Fruit Bars $2.99 ea
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Powerbar $1.00 ea
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Scope Outlast Mouthwash $3.49 ea
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All Liquid Laundry Detergent, 50oz $299 ea
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Kotex Natural Balance Pads, 14oc $3.00 ea
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Frys Food Stores 9/18-9/24

Fry’s is a Kroger affiliate which multiplies all coupon values up to $1.00, everyday. If you have not already loaded the eCoupons on your loyalty card, go to Kroger’s eCoupon program.

Fry’s current coupon policy: All coupons are now worth $1.00. You can read more about the current Fry’s coupon policy here. Fry’s has updated the Fry’s coupon policy and All manufacturer coupons up to $1 will be worth $1 at all stores, except in Yuma.

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Enter the Kitchen to Kickoff Contest (#KitchenToKickoff) through Fry’s Facebook page. Just upload a photo of your best tailgating dish and include a description of the original recipe for the chance to win some awesome prizes. After your photo and recipe are uploaded, encourage friends, family and fans to vote for your dish. The winner at the end of each week with the most votes will receive a $500 Fry’s gift card. There are also prizes for second and third place winners each week.

The contest runs for three weeks with a new theme for each week, so there are multiple opportunities to win!

Week 1: Appetizers (September 6 -11)
Week 2: Main Dish (September 13 -18)
Week 3: Dessert (September 20 -25)

Produce

Red Tomatoes on the Vine $0.88 lb
Red or Yellow Bell Pepper $0.88 ea
Hot House English Cucumbers $0.88 ea
Gala Apples $1.29 lb
Yellow Peaches $0.99 lb
Broccoli or Cauliflower $0.99 lb
Iceberg , Romaine, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce $0.99 ea
Organic Kale $2.00 bunch

Meat

Foster Farms Boneless Chicken Breast, Tenders, or Thighs Buy 1 Get 2 Free
Beef Ribeye Steak, bone-in 50% off

Grocery

Fry’s Milk $1.87 gal (Limit 2)

Kroger Cheese $1.79 ea

Marie Callender’s Entrees $2.00 ea

Gatorade, G2, Propel Zero, SoBe, Pure Leaf Tea, Lipton 100% Natural $0.67 ea wyb 9
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Horizon Organic Milk, singles $1.00 ea

Martinelli’s Apple Juice, singles $1.00 ea

Van’s Waffles $2.99 ea

Simple Truth Organic Canned Vegetables $1.25 ea

Kashi Entrees $2.99 ea
Use $1/1 Kashi Frozen Entree or Steam Meal (Ibotta Deposit)

Bar-S Franks or Bologna $1.00 ea

Golden Dipt Tarter Sauce $1.00 ea

Eggo Waffles $1.99 ea
Use $1/3 Kellogg’s Eggo Frozen Product printable coupon

Coffee Mate Creamer, 32oz $2.79 ea
Use $0.75/2 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder Creamer Productsprintable coupon
Use $0.55/1 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder Creamer Productprintable coupon
$2.29 ea

Doritos or Rold Gold Pretzels $1.99 ea wyb 2 or more in a single transaction

Campbells Soup $1.00 ea
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soupsprintable coupon
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Great For Cooking Soupprintable coupon
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Great For Cooking Soupprintable coupon
Use $0.40/4 Campbells Condensed Chicken Noodle, Tomato or Cream of Mushroom Soup from Smart Source 09/08/13
Use $0.40/3 Campbells Condensed Soup, any excluding Chicken Noodle, Tomato and Cream of Mushroom from Smart Source 09/08/13

Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt, cups $1.00 ea

Yoplait Greek 100 Yogurt, cups $1.00 ea
Use $1/3 Yoplait Greek Yogurtprintable coupon
Use $1/3 Yoplait Greek Yogurtprintable coupon
Use $0.75/2 Yoplait Product printable coupon
Use $1/3 Yoplait Greek Yogurtprintable coupon
Use $1/5 Yoplait Greek Yogurtprintable coupon

Enfagrow Milk, 4ct Buy 1 Get 1 Free
Use $10/2 Enfagrow Productsprintable coupon
Use $5/1 Enfagrow Productsprintable coupon

Comforts Puffs $1.00 ea

Mix & Match Sale
Buy 10 participating items, Pay $1.00 ea
No limits
Must purchase in multiples of 10

Mini Peeled Carrots $1.00 ea

Chef Boyardee Pasta $1.00 ea

Del Monte Fruit or Vegetables $1.00 ea

American Beauty Pasta, 16oz $1.00 ea

Hershey’s Candy boxes $1.00 ea

Oscar Mayer Lunchables $1.00 ea

Pepsi or 7Up 2L $1.00 ea

Kroger Sour Cream or Dip $1.00 ea

Clif or Mojo Bars $1.00 ea

Green Giant Frozen Vegetables $1.00 ea

 

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Frys Food Stores 9/11-9/17

Fry’s is a Kroger affiliate which multiplies all coupon values up to $1.00, everyday. If you have not already loaded the eCoupons on your loyalty card, go to Kroger’s eCoupon program.

Fry’s current coupon policy: All coupons are now worth $1.00. You can read more about the current Fry’s coupon policy here. Fry’s has updated the Fry’s coupon policy and All manufacturer coupons up to $1 will be worth $1 at all stores, except in Yuma.

If you follow me on Facebook you may not be seeing all my updates due to changes in how Facebook decides what you want to see. If you want to  see all my updates go to the Saving For Someday Facebook page, hover over the “Liked” button and make sure you check ‘Show in News Feed’. Thank you!

Enter the Kitchen to Kickoff Contest (#KitchenToKickoff) through Fry’s Facebook page. Just upload a photo of your best tailgating dish and include a description of the original recipe for the chance to win some awesome prizes. After your photo and recipe are uploaded, encourage friends, family and fans to vote for your dish. The winner at the end of each week with the most votes will receive a $500 Fry’s gift card. There are also prizes for second and third place winners each week.

The contest runs for three weeks with a new theme for each week, so there are multiple opportunities to win!

Week 1: Appetizers (September 6 -11)
Week 2: Main Dish (September 13 -18)
Week 3: Dessert (September 20 -25)

Produce

Raspberries, 6oz $0.99 ea (Limit 4)
Mini Peeled Carrots, 16oz $0.88 ea
Romaine, Iceberg, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce $0.99 ea
Broccoli $0.99 lb
Roma Tomatoes $0.99 lb
Yellow Peaches $0.99 lb

Meat

T-Bone 50% off
Boneless Pork Loin $1.88 lb
Ground Beef, 93% Lean $2.99 lb (sold in 2lb roll)
Raw Shrimp 51/60 ct $4.99 lb
Pork Shoulder Butt or Picnic Roast, whole $1.49 lb
Boneless Chuck or Cross Rib Steaks or Roast $2.99 lb

Grocery

Fry’s Milk $1.87 gal (Limit 2)

Michelina Entrees $0.88 ea
Use $1/5 Michelina’s Entree printable coupon
$0.68 ea wyb 5

BigK Soft Drinks 2L $0.67 ea wyb 3 or more
Must purchase 3 or more in a single transaction to receive promotional price

Simple Truth Cage Free Eggs $2.50 dozen

Luna Bars $1.00 ea

Stonyfield Organic Yogurt 20% off

Hershey’s Candy Singles Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Dial Liquid Hand Soap $1.00 ea

Mix & Match Sale
Buy 5 Save $5 at Checkout with your VIP Card
Price show reflects instant savings

General Mills or Quaker Cereal $1.49 ea
Various Digital Coupon loaded to your Fry’s VIP Card
Load and Redeem $0.50/1 Life Cereal (Ibotta Deposit)
Use $0.50/1 Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.75/1 Fiber One Cereal printable coupon
Use $1/2 General Mills Cereals printable coupons
Use $1/3 General Mills Big G Cereals printable coupons
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
Use $0.50/1 Chex Box from Smart Source 07/28/13

Nabisco Snack Crackers $1.29 ea
Use $1/3 Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Product from Smart Source 08/11/13
$0.96 ea wyb 3

Fry’s Large Eggs, 18ct $1.69 ea

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars $0.99 ea
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
$0.49 ea wyb 2

Cap’n Crunch Cereal $1.49 ea

Dreyers Ice Cream, Nestle or Dreyers Frozen Novelties $1.99 ea
Use $1.10/1 Dreyer’s Outshine Fruit Bars or Outshine Coconut Waters Bars printable coupon
Use $1/2 Dreyers/Edys printable coupon

Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 8oz block $0.99 ea

Simply Juice, 59oz $2.79 ea

Thomas’ English Muffins $1.99 ea

Entenmann’s Muffins $1.99 ea

Quaker Instant Oatmeal $1.99 ea
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
$1.49 ea wyb 2

Cheez-It Crackers $1.99 ea

Coca Cola 12oz/20cans $4.49 ea

Kettle Brand Potato Chips $1.49 ea

Haagen Dazs Ice Cream or Novelties $2.49 ea

Kraft American Singles $1.49 ea

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip $2.49 ea
Use $1/1 Miracle Whip Dressing printable coupon (Facebook)
$1.49 ea

Playtex Tampons, 36-40ct $5.99 ea
Use $1/1 Playtex Tampons from Smart Source 08/25/13
$4.99 ea

Tide Laundry Detergent, 50oz $4.99 ea
Use $0.40/1 Tide Detergent printable coupon
Use $0.40/1 Tide Liquid Detergent printable coupon
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent or Boost printable coupon
Use $0.40/1 Tide Plus Bleach Alternative printable coupon
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent printable coupon
Use $0.50/1 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13
Use $3/3 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13

Charmin Bath Tissue, 12 Double Rolls $5.99 ea
Use $0.25/1 Charmin from P&G 09/01/13
Use $1/1 Charmin Double Roll or Mega Roll from P&G 09/01/13
$4.99 ea

Bounty Paper Towels, 6-8 Big Rolls $5.99 ea
Use $0.25/1 Bounty Towels from P&G 09/01/13
$4.99 ea

 

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Sara

Albertsons Deals 9/4-9/10

Albertsons accepts coupon at face value every day. These deals are for Albertsons SW Stores in Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso. Be sure to check your store for unadvertised sales. Albertsons has been differentiating some of the prices for New Mexico and El Paso, but many of the items are the same price. Please check your local ad for the current price in your market.

NOTE: These are not all the sales for this week. I only list those items that would be at least 50% off the regular retail price. I will also include items that rarely go on sale or have a coupon to help you save on those items as well.

If you follow me on Facebook you may not be seeing all my updates due to changes in how Facebook decides what you want to see. If you want to  see all my updates go to the Saving For Someday Facebook page, hover over the “Liked” button and make sure you check ‘Show in News Feed’. Thank you!

NOTE: This will be the last week for the Albertsons store matchups.

Produce

Blackberries, Raspberries, or Blueberries Buy 1 Get 1 Free (Limit 2)
Regular Retail Price: $2.99 ea

Green Giant Green Beans, 12oz $1.99 ea (Limit 1)
Requires in-ad store coupon

Radishes or Green Onions $0.50 ea
Romaine, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce $0.99 ea
Rapini $1.50 bunch

Meat

Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast $1.88 lb
Fresh Atlantic Salmon, wild caught $5.99 lb
Cooked Bay Shrimp $.5.99 lb
Pork Sirloin Chops, bone-in family pack $0.99 lb

Petite Sirloin Steaks Buy 1 Get 2 Free
Regular Retail Price: $8.99 ea
Limit 1 reward per transaction

Grocery

Albertsons Milk $1.89 gal (Limit 2)

Doritos, Fritos, or Cheetos $1.99 ea wyb 3
Must purchase 3 to receive promotional price
Limit 1 reward per transaction

Albertsons Large Eggs, 18ct $1.88 ea (Limit 2)
Requires in-ad store coupon

Red Vines, 16oz $1.00 ea (Limit 5)
Requires in-ad store coupon

Tribe Hummus $2.50 ea (Limit 2)
Requires in-ad store coupon

Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage Ropes, Links, Angus Beef, or Little Smokies $3.00 ea
Use $0.75/2 Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage Product from Red Plum 07/28/13 (Expires 9/6/13)
Use $1/2 Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage Product from Red Plum 07/28/13 (Expires 9/6/13)
as low as $2.50 ea wyb 2

Campbell’s Condensed Soup or Spaghettios $1.00 ea
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soups printable coupon
Use $1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Great For Cooking Soup printable coupon
Use $0.50/5 Campbell’s SpaghettiO’s Pasta printable coupon

Farmer John Classic Pork Links $1.25 ea

Herdez Salsa 16oz $1.79 ea

Maruchan Ramen $0.20 ea

Old Orchard Frozen Juice Concentrate $1.50 ea
Use $1/4 Old Orchard Frozen Juice Concentrates printable coupon
Use $1/4 Old Orchard Frozen Juice Concentrates printable coupon
$1.25 ea wyb 4

Mix & Match Sale
Buy 8 participating items, Save $4 instantly
No limit
Price shown reflects instant savings

General Mills Cereal $1.99 ea
Load and Redeem $0.50/1 Life Cereal (Ibotta Deposit)
Use $0.50/1 Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.75/1 Fiber One Cereal printable coupon
Use $1/2 General Mills Cereals printable coupons
Use $1/3 General Mills Big G Cereals printable coupons
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.50/1 Chex Box from Smart Source 07/28/13

Hot or Lean Pockets $1.49 ea
Use $0.50/3 Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets Sandwiches from Red Plum 07/28/13
$1.33 ea

Betty Crocker Helper Meals $0.99 ea
Use $0.80/4 Hamburger Helper Skillet Dishes printable coupon
Use $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Dishes printable coupon
Use $1/4 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Dishes printable coupon
Use $0.80/4 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals printable coupon
Use $1/4 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked printable coupon
Use $1/5 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Dish from Smart Source 08/04/13

Wolf Brand Chili with Beans $0.99 ea

Planters Peanut Butter $1.99 ea

Smuckers Grape Jam or Jelly, 32oz $1.99 ea

Fresh Express Garden Salad $0.99 ea

Clif Crunch or Z Bars $2.00 ea
Use $1/1 Clif Crunch from ALL YOU Aug ’13
Redeem and Deposit $1/1 Clif ZBar Multipack (Ibotta Deposit)

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spread $1.99 ea

Knudsen Cottage Cheese or Sour Cream $1.99 ea

Libby’s Canned Vegetables $0.75 ea
Use $1/4 Libby’s Vegetables from Red Plum 08/25/13
$0.50 ea wyb 4

Pillsbury Grands Biscuits $0.99 ea
Use $1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits printable coupons
Use $1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits printable coupons
Use $1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits printable coupons
$0.66 ea wyb 3

Keebler Cookies or Crackers $1.99 ea

Werthers Candy $1.00 ea
Use $0.50/1 Werther’s Original Caramels printable coupons
Use $1/1 Werther’s Original Sugar Free Candy printable coupons (Facebook)
FREE Sugar Free Werthers

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Frys Food Stores 9/4-9/10

Fry’s is a Kroger affiliate which multiplies all coupon values up to $1.00, everyday. If you have not already loaded the eCoupons on your loyalty card, go to Kroger’s eCoupon program.

Fry’s current coupon policy: All coupons are now worth $1.00. You can read more about the current Fry’s coupon policy here. Fry’s has updated the Fry’s coupon policy and All manufacturer coupons up to $1 will be worth $1 at all stores, except in Yuma.

If you follow me on Facebook you may not be seeing all my updates due to changes in how Facebook decides what you want to see. If you want to  see all my updates go to the Saving For Someday Facebook page, hover over the “Liked” button and make sure you check ‘Show in News Feed’. Thank you!

Get 2X Fuel Points with digital coupon loaded to your Fry’s VIP Card or paper coupon in ad

YUMA INFO – Effective July 24, Fry’s will be ending their limited-time promotion where manufacturer coupons equal $1 for the two stores located in Yuma. Manufacturer coupons up to $0.50 will be doubled with your V.I.P Card every day. Manufacturer coupons over $0.50, and other coupons which include digital coupons, e-coupons, Catalina coupons and printable coupons, will be redeemed at face value. You can find the updated coupon policy for the two Yuma stores here: http://on.fb.me/1625knE

Produce

Minneola Tangelos $0.99 lb
Bartlett Pears $0.99 lb
Olathe Sweet Corn $0.44 ea
Red, Green, or Black Seedless Grapes $1.99 lb
Cantaloupe $1.99 ea
Black or Red Plums $0.99 lb
Iceberg, Romaine, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce $0.99 ea
Broccoli $0.99 lb
Roma Tomatoes $0.99 lb
Nectarines $0.99 lb
Peaches $0.99 lb
Tango Premium Apples $1.68 lb
Simple Truth Organic Mini Peeled carrots, 1lb $1.50 ea
Simple Truth Organic Salad Blends $3.00 ea

Meat

NY Strip Steak 50% off
Beef Roasts 50% off
Jennie-O Ground Turkey 1.25lb $4.99 ea
Kroger Value Chicken Leg Quarters $0.99 lb
Ground Beef, 80% lean $2.99 lb (sold in 3lb roll $8.97 ea)
Boneless Pork Loin Center Chops $2.99 lb

Grocery

Fry’s Milk $1.87 gal (Limit 2)

Armour LunchMakers $1.00 ea

Farmer John Breakfast Links $1.25 ea

Simple Truth Almond Milk, Soy Milk, or Coconut Milk $2.50 half gal

Simple Truth Organic Milk $2.79 half gal

Kind Bars $1.25 ea

Simple Truth Organic Beans, canned $1.00 ea

Simple Truth Organic Fruit 25% off

Bush’s Best Beans, 15-16oz $1.00 ea

Sara Lee Bread $1.99 ea

Kroger Sour Cream or Dip $1.00 ea

Fritos or Cheetos $1.88 ea

Kroger Cheese $1.79 ea

Fry’s Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns $1.00 ea

Powerade or Powerade Zero $0.59 ea

Coca Cola, Pepsi, or 7Up 2L $1.00 ea

Michelina Entrees $0.88 ea
Use $1/5 Michelina’s Entree printable coupon
$0.68 ea wyb 5

Lean Cuisine Simple Favorites or Stouffers Simple Dishes $1.67 ea

VO5 Shampoo or Conditioner $0.79 ea

Mix & Match Sale
Buy 5 Save $5 at Checkout with your VIP Card
Price show reflects instant savings

General Mills or Quaker Cereal $1.49 ea
Various Digital Coupon loaded to your Fry’s VIP Card
Load and Redeem $0.50/1 Life Cereal (Ibotta Deposit)
Use $0.50/1 Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.75/1 Fiber One Cereal printable coupon
Use $1/2 General Mills Cereals printable coupons
Use $1/3 General Mills Big G Cereals printable coupons
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cocoa Puffs Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $0.60/1 Cheerios Original Cereal printable coupon
Use $1.10/2 Cheerios Cereal, select varieties printable coupon
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
Use $0.50/1 Chex Box from Smart Source 07/28/13

Nabisco Snack Crackers $1.29 ea
Use $1/3 Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Product from Smart Source 08/11/13
$0.96 ea wyb 3

Fry’s Large Eggs, 18ct $1.49 ea

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars $0.99 ea
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
$0.49 ea wyb 2

Dreyers Ice Cream, Nestle or Dreyers Frozen Novelties $1.99 ea
Use $1.10/1 Dreyer’s Outshine Fruit Bars or Outshine Coconut Waters Bars printable coupon

Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 8oz block $0.99 ea

Simply Juice, 59oz $2.79 ea

Thomas’ English Muffins $1.99 ea

Entenmann’s Muffins $1.99 ea

Quaker Instant Oatmeal $1.99 ea
Use $1/2 Quaker Product from Red Plum 08/04/13
$1.49 ea wyb 2

Cheez-It Crackers $1.99 ea

Kettle Brand Potato Chips $1.49 ea

Haagen Dazs Ice Cream or Novelties $2.49 ea

Kraft American Singles $1.49 ea

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip $2.49 ea
Use $1/1 Miracle Whip Dressing printable coupon (Facebook)
$1.49 ea

Tide Laundry Detergent, 50oz $4.99 ea
Use $0.40/1 Tide Detergent printable coupon
Use $0.40/1 Tide Liquid Detergent printable coupon
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent or Boost printable coupon
Use $0.40/1 Tide Plus Bleach Alternative printable coupon
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent printable coupon
Use $0.50/1 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13
Use $1.50/2 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13
Use $3/3 Tide Detergent from P&G 09/01/13

Charmin Bath Tissue, 12 Double Rolls $5.99 ea
Use $0.25/1 Charmin from P&G 09/01/13
Use $1/1 Charmin Double Roll or Mega Roll from P&G 09/01/13
$4.99 ea

Bounty Paper Towels, 6-8 Big Rolls $5.99 ea
Use $0.25/1 Bounty Towels from P&G 09/01/13
$4.99 ea

 

Check these current coupons & click for more in your area!

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Sara

Albertsons Deals 8/28-9/3

Albertsons accepts coupon at face value every day. These deals are for Albertsons SW Stores in Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso. Be sure to check your store for unadvertised sales. Albertsons has been differentiating some of the prices for New Mexico and El Paso, but many of the items are the same price. Please check your local ad for the current price in your market.

NOTE: These are not all the sales for this week. I only list those items that would be at least 50% off the regular retail price. I will also include items that rarely go on sale or have a coupon to help you save on those items as well.

If you follow me on Facebook you may not be seeing all my updates due to changes in how Facebook decides what you want to see. If you want to  see all my updates go to the Saving For Someday Facebook page, hover over the “Liked” button and make sure you check ‘Show in News Feed’. Thank you!

Double Coupons up to $0.50 on all manufacturer coupons

Produce

Sweet Corn $0.13 ea (Limit 8)
Large Hass Avocados $1.25 ea
Clementines 2lb bag $4.99 ea
Roma Tomatoes $0.99 lb
Large Sweet Onions $0.99 lb
Honeydew Melon $0.49 lb
Fresh Express Salad Blends $1.67 ea

Meat

Pork Loin Back Ribs Buy 1 Get 3 Free
Limit 1 reward per transaction
Regular Retail: $8.99 lb

Pork Loin Chops Buy 1 Get 2 Free
Regular Retail: $6.99 lb

Lobster Tail, 3oz $3.99 ea

Pork Chops $1.99 lb

Sanderson Farms Chicken Drumsticks, Thighs or Leg Quarters $1.49 lb

Grocery

Coke, Pepsi, or 7Up $2.25 ea wyb 4
Must purchase 4 to receive promotional price
Additional $25 purchase required

Lays Potato Chips $1.99 ea

Sara Lee Soft & Smooth Whole Grain White Buns $1.99 ea

Pure Protein Bar $1.00 ea
Use $1/2 Pure Protein Bar from Red Plum 08/04/13
$0.50 ea wyb 2

Blue Bell Ice Cream, 2qts $2.99 ea (Limit 2)

Mount Olive Whole Kosher Dill Pickles, Banana Pepper Rings or Jalapeno Slices $2.99 ea

Blue Bunny Frozen Novelties, 12ct $2.99 ea
Use $1/1 Blue Bunny printable coupon
$1.99 ea

Vlasic Dill Chips, 24oz $2.50 ea
Use $1/1 Vlasic printable coupon
$1.50 ea

Capri Sun or Kool-Aid Jammers $1.99 ea

Kraft BBQ Sauce $0.69 ea

Heinz Ketchup or Frenchs Yellow Mustard $1.48 ea (Limit 4)
Use $0.30/1 Frenchs Mustard from Smart Source 06/16/13
Use $0.30/1 Frenchs Mustard from Smart Source 08/11/11
Use $0.50/1 Heinz Ketchup from Red Plum 08/25/13
$0.48 Ketchup or $0.88 Mustard

Nabisco Snack Crackers $1.99 ea
Use $0.75/2 Nabisco Cookie or Crackers from Smart Source 08/11/13
(note, this coupon will not double b/c over $0.50)
$1.62 ea wyb 2

Gatorade $0.77 ea wyb 12
Must purchase 12 to receive promotional price
Limit 1 reward per transaction

Hebrew National, Nathan’s Beef Franks, Ball Park Hot Dogs Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Tabasco Sauce, 2oz $1.00 ea
Use $0.50/1 Tabasco Sauce printable coupon
FREE

Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows $1.00 ea

Bar S Meat Franks $1.00 ea

Hunts Pasta Sauce $1.00 ea

Van Camps Pork and Beans $0.69 ea

Pepsi 2L $0.99 ea wyb 4
Must purchase 4 to receive promotional price

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