It’s time once again for my favorite deals at the grocery stores!
Download the Ibotta app here if you haven’t already. You can get money back from your purchases at grocery stores including Sprouts, Fry’s, Safeway, Whole Foods, WinCo Foods, Albertsons and more (think money back from eggs (up to $1.75), $1 back from Toll House cookie dough, $.50 back from Motts apple juice, $1 back from Larabars or Clif Kids bars, $.25 back from bananas, $.25 back from red bell peppers, $1 back from Windex, $2 back from Glad trash bags, $1.50 back from Toms toothpaste and another $1.50 back from Toms deodorant, $4 back from Budweiser, $5 back from Skinnygirl wine, and more). This is one of the best ways I’ve found to save on produce. It’s super easy to use once you get the hang of it and makes shopping way more fun. The cash back is in addition to any sales or coupons you have, and it goes right into your Paypal account (or you can get gift cards). You just redeem the offer and upload a picture of your receipt. I just got $41.75 back!
There are lots of new printable coupons. Click here to get to coupons.com and print off any coupons you think you’ll use (think $1 off Crest or Colgate toothpaste, $1 off Mars Easter candy, $3 off Maybelline mascara, $.50 off Lucky Charms (is there a better St. Patrick’s Day cereal?!), and lots more). There is over $575 of coupons to choose from…that’s money directly back into your pocket! Exciting, now you can print off your cell phone to a wifi printer! You can use coupons along with Ibotta money back!
Don’t forget that Walmart will match any ad (with few exclusions)! You DON’T NEED THE AD! You can use this list to hlp you score the best prices in one spot. Head over here to find out more about their Savings Catcher program that will make sure you’re saving big! I just got $6 back from my last shopping trip! Get Ibotta rebates and use coupons on top of that and you’re really saving cash! I’ve heard back from so many of you who love this!
If you shop at Fry’s, head over here to load a coupon for $2 off your $40 purchase. Two bucks is two bucks!
For even more detailed coupon match ups, check out another great Arizona blog Bargain Believer (www.bargainbeliever.com) by my friend Juli that could save you a lot of money at the grocery store. You’ll be able to make and print off your list right on her site.
My Favorite Deals:
Fresh asparagus: $.97/lb.
Boneless skinless chicken breasts: $1.67/lb.
Red ripe tomatoes on the vine: $.77/lb.
Albertsons milk or Lucerne butter: $1.99
Green seedless grapes:$.88/lb.
Sweet onions or tomatoes on the vine: $.79/lb.
Large hass avocados: $.88/lb.
Green cabbage: $.39/lb.
Corned beef point cut: $2.77/lb.
St. Patrick’s Day bread: $2.49/lb.
Don’t forget about your $2 off coupon (see above)!
USDA Choice boneless beef roast: $2.99/lb.
Green seedless grapes: $.97/lb.
Split chicken breasts: $.87/lb.
Fry’s large eggs: 1.99/gallon
DiGiorno or California Pizza Kitchen pizza: $3.99/lb.
Four day wine and spirits sale: Save 30% off March 16, 17, 18, and 19 when you buy 6 or more!
Free Fandango Movie ticket when you buy $12 of participating products in one transaction look for tags on items like Cheerios, Chobani yogurt, and Dr. Pepper!
USDA Choice bone in New York steak: $5.77/lb.
Chicken drums, thighs, or leg quarters: $.79/lb.
Sweet green seedless grapes: $.87/lb.
Fresh red potatoes: $.49/lb.
Green cabbage: $.33/lb.
Jumbo cantaloupes: $1.88/each
20% off frozen foods
100% grass fed ground beef: $4.99/lb.