Sunday, November 21, 2010

Tis the season for coupon booklets and some coupon love for you

*Remember this post here where I gave you a heads up about the Keebler recipe and coupon booklet spotted at Harris Teeter? Did you ever get one? The coupon booklets are titled "Your Ultimate Holiday Guide" and have $50 worth of coupons inside. These booklets were on a Keebler cardboard display in front of the milk section at my Harris Teeter. And a reader told me they were in the bakery section of the North Hills Harris Teeter. The front cover has a red package tied with a green ribbon on it.

*Tonight I spotted another coupon booklet. The booklet was on a Nabisco cardboard display in front of the milk cooler. It is a red booklet called "Get your holiday party started!"

The booklet has lots of party appetizer recipes in it , but also 3 coupons: 2 for Maxwell Coffee and 1 for Nabisco Crackers.

Wheat Thins and Triscuits are on sale this week at Harris Teeter for BOGO, so that makes them 2 for $3.69. Use the $1 off 2 coupon from this booklet and you get 2 for $2.69. . .a decent deal for crackers.

*And this past week I had to run into Food Lion and I spotted coupon booklets in the beer section. Miller Lite has a tiny blue pamphlet out titled "Holiday Recipes and Offers. Give Great Taste". Inside this pamphlet are 3 coupons and 2 mail-in-rebates. The mail-in-rebates are what excited me. . .one if for $3 back on any turkey or ham and the other is for $3 back on any beef or seafood. And these can be purchased anytime between 11/1 and 12/31. So save your receipts!!!

*So I picked up an extra Nabisco booklet and a Miller Lite booklet and I have an extra copy of December's All You magazine to give away to one of you. . .I'll stick these in the mail to one of you. Just leave me a comment telling me what is one thing you are trying to be intentional about recently? Cause I'd love to know. You have from now til Monday midnite to enter. On Tues, 11/21, random.org will select a winner and I will stick this coupon love in the mail to you. I really do enjoy ya'll.

6 comments:

  1. Su, What I am trying to be intentional about is taking my son to church each week, even though it is hard to get a 3 year old to make it through the service. I figure if I don't try, he will never learn how to do it and I don't want him to miss out on what he can learn in church.

    Thanks for the chance to win the coupon book and rebates!

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  2. After your taking your Nov. coupon class I am intentionally sticking to our food budget by couponing while starting to stockpile. It has been fun and eye opening!

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  3. Su, I have been intentional about trying to collect items to donate! My recent finds are going to be donated to three causes over the next few weeks, so I am super excited about being able to donate name brand items to someone else :).

    I am also trying to be intentional about reaching out to friends that I haven't seen in a long time. It seems like time will fly by when you get set in a routine.

    Have a great day!

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  4. Su - I have been intentional about recognizing the needs of others around me and doing something about it. Someone might need a hug, a compliment, a prayer, a meal...if I have the means to make someone's day or situation better, I'm going to do it!

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  5. Hi Su: Since I took your class I have been very intentional on couponing to donate to my church food pantry. I had many things in my pantry that went to blessing others. I had not focused on buying things that we were not going to use but donating makes it so much more FUN!!! I heading out to HT to see if I can find that booklet ... thank you so much for all that you do -- you are such a blessing from God. He is Awesome.

    Robin Pike

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  6. Hey Su,

    I have been trying to be intentional about letting God lead my life (as opposed to me insisting that my plan is best). I find it very hard to strike a balance between faithfulness and "helping myself" make things happen in mine and my famlies' life.

    Good luck on the Silhouette!

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