Saturday, October 31, 2009

More Upcoming Speaking Engagements!

I'm looking forward to some great upcoming speaking engagements and thought you might want to know more about them. If you're interested, feel free to join me there! I'd love to meet you!

Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 am
St. Peter MOPS
St. Peter Lutheran Church
23000 Gratiot Ave.
Eastpointe, MI 48021

Topic: Smart Shopping Strategies
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) welcomes moms who have at least one child in the stages of pregnancy through Kindergarten. There is no charge for your first meeting; the meeting will run from 9-11 am. No RSVP is required; call 586-777-6300, ext. 313 for more info or email kleidecker @

Thursday, November 12 from 7:00-9:00 pm
Faith Investment Services, LLC

Faith Investment Services, LLC of Shelby Township will be hosting a FREE grocery savings/coupon workshop. Come learn how to really save with coupons from the creator of, Thursday, November 12, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Faith Investment Services, LLC, 48380 Van Dyke, Shelby Township. Call 586-739-3440 to reserve your spot by November 9. Space is limited. Parking in rear of building. Securities offered through NEXT Financial Group, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. Faith Investment Services, LLC is not an affiliate of NEXT Financial Group, Inc.

This class is open to everyone but, due to limited space, we ask that you please RSVP!

Printable Coupons: $11 in Savings from Kellogg's

There are some nice coupons now available on the Kellogg's website! You'll be able to print these coupons only once per computer; each coupon appears to print on its own page followed by a large ad. If you'd like to save on paper and ink, you can cut your paper into 3.5-4" strips and feed them through your printer. The coupons will still print, but the ad will not.
Coupons include:

  • $1.00/1 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites Cereal (14.5 oz or larger)
  • $1.00/1 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Touch of Honey Cereal (12 oz or larger)
  • $1.00/3 Kellogg’s Cereal (10 oz or larger)
  • $1.50/3 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks, and or Fruit Loops
  • $1.00/2 Special-K Original (11.4 oz or larger)
  • $0.75/1 Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal (10 oz or larger, any flavor)
  • $0.75/1 Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Cereal (15.3 oz or larger)
  • $0.75/2 Kellogg’s Crispix, Smart Start, or All Bran Cereal (11.4 oz or larger, any flavor)
  • $1.00/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats cereal (14.5 oz or larger, mix or match, any flavor)
  • $0.75/1 Kellogg’s Low Fat Granola or Craklin Oat Bran Cereal (17 oz or larger, any flavor)
  • $1.50/2 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Cereals (12 oz or larger)

If you're a Target shopper, don’t forget that you can combine these Kellogg's manufacturer coupon with the $1.00/1 Kellogg's Cereal Target printable coupon. Beginning Sunday 11/1, Target will start a new Kelloggs promotion: Buy 3 boxes of cereal, get 1 FREE. There will be great potential for a good deal when combining store and manufacturer Kellogg's coupons with the Target sale! Thanks, Common Sense with Money!

At Meijer, there is also a Catalina coupon offer for Kelloggs Mini Wheats: Buy 3 Kelloggs Mini Wheats Cereal 14.5 oz. or larger, and get a Catalina coupon for a free gallon of milk. Valid now through November 19.

ALDI: November 1-7, 2009

$0.39/lb Del Monte Bananas
$0.39 each Grapefruit
$1.19 Apples, 3 lb bag (Gala, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious)
$1.19 Vine Ripe Tomatoes, 4 pk
$1.49 Tangerines, 3 lb bag

$0.79 Happy Farms Cream Cheese, 8 oz brick
$0.99 Baker's Corner Brownie Mix
$0.99 Marshmallow Creme, 7 oz
$1.19 Brown or Powdered Sugar, 2 lb bag
$1.49 Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, 12 oz
$1.49 Coconut Flakes, 14 oz
$1.49 Friendly Farms Refrigerated Non-Dairy Creamer, 16 oz marshmallow mocha or pumpkin spice
$1.69 Friendly Farms Milk, gallon (LIMIT 5)
$1.69 Countryside Creamery Butter Quarters, 16 oz salted or unsalted
$1.69 White, Butterscotch or Milk Chocolate Baking Chips, 12 oz
$1.79 Southern Grove Almonds, 6 oz raw, sliced or slivered
$1.79 Millville Quick or Old Fashioned Oats, 42 oz
$1.89 Southern Grove Chopped Walnuts, 8 oz
$1.89 Chocolate or White Bark, 24 oz
$1.89 Baking Cocoa, 8 oz
$1.99 Pure Vanilla Extract, oz
$1.99 Sweet Harvest Premium Golden Raisins, 15 oz
$1.99 Carlini Vegetable Oil, 48 oz
$2.29 Carlini Canola Oil, 48 oz
$2.49 Carlini Corn Oil, 48 oz
$2.49 Southern Grove Pecans, 6 oz

Take a look at all of this week's
Special Buys, available beginning on Sunday.

$0.69 Sweet Valley Ginger Ale, 2 liter
$0.79 Baker's Corner Baking Sprinkles
$0.99 Holiday Baking Spices, 1.1-2 oz (pumpkin pie spice, cream of tartar, ground allspice, ginger, nutmeg, or cloves)
$1.69/lb Butterball Fully Cooked Smoked Turkey (10-12 lb avg weight)
$1.79 Jell-O No Bake Pumpkin Style Pie
$2.99 Belmont Pumpkin Pie, 37 oz

$8.99 Lego Star Wars Army Building set, 72 pcs
$7.99 Disney Fairies 8" Fashion Doll
$8.99 Mattel Barbie Doll with Accessories
$8.99 Disney Glitter Princesses Doll
$9.99 Disney Hannah Montana Doll
$12.99 Star Wars 3.75" Action Figure and Vehicle Sets
$14.99 Lego Star Wars Hyena Droid Bomber, 247 pcs
$14.99 Lego 3-in-1 Propeller Power, 247 pcs
$16.99 Playhut Pop-Up Tent (Cars, Star Wars, Disney Princesses or Fairies)
$17.99 Transformers Powerbots or Movie Voyager Figures
$29.99 Lego City Helicopter Transport
$99.99 Nintendo Wii Fit Bundle
$249.99 Nintendo Wii System and Game Set, includes 4 games plus golf club
...and more! There will be new brand-name toys each week at ALDI as Christmas approaches.
ALDI does not accept manufacturer coupons, but you'll find their prices on everyday items (including milk), to be some of the lowest in town, regularly beating out other store brand prices (and even store brand sale prices!). Wondering about ALDI? Get the scoop here: ALDI 101

STORE HOURS (may vary at some locations)
Mon-Sat 9 am - 8 pm and Sun 10 am - 6 pm

Printable Coupons: NEW Coupons from Kellogg's, StarKist + more!

Some of the new November coupons have already been released on - check them out HERE and a get a head start on printing, if you'd like. Notable coupons include:

$1.00/1 Kellogg's Honey Corn Flakes, 12 oz
FREE after this coupon at Oak Ridge next week!

$0.50/1 StarKist Pouch Product (reset - you can now print again)
These coupons often make for FREE tuna when paired with a sale!

$0.50/1 Chex Mix (reset - you can now print again)
These coupons create free or cheap Chex Mix when paired with a sale!

$0.55/1 Keebler Sandwich Crackers
These will be $1.44 at Meijer next week after coupon

$0.50/1 Minute Rice

$1.00/1 Coffee-mate

$1.50/2 Coffee-mate Liquid or Powder
, 15 oz

$1.00/1 McCormick Spice, Herb, Extract or Food Color
Baking and spices should be on sale over the next month or two...

$2.00/2 GE Lighting Products (Target coupon)

$2.00/1 GE Energy Smart compact florescent lighting product (Target coupon)

$2.00/1 GE Reveal compact fluorescent lighting product (Target coupon)

Friday, October 30, 2009

Royal Oak: Free Flu Shot when You Donate a Coat

Thanks to Colleen for this information (and some useful hints!):

Royal Oak Medical Center will be offering FREE Flu Shots (drive-through style!) on October 31st from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. For each free shot, you will need to donate 1 coat. In the past, you drive into line and a volunteer will take your coat. Another volunteer will give you a sheet to complete for the shot, then you pull up and get your shot. I don’t think I’ve ever waited longer than 10 minutes for the entire thing, but I’ve never been there first thing when they open.

It works the best if you bring your own pen and wear a short sleeve shirt, as you never get out of your car. If you are going to do kids' shots, it is easiest if you get them out of their car seats, get coats off and roll their window down.

Royal Oak Medical Center (Free-standing building in the Meijer parking lot)
5130 Coolidge Hwy
Royal Oak, MI 48073-1001
(248) 288-9500

Busch's: Simply Asia Seasoning Moneymaker

If you're near Busch's, you might want to take advantage of this MONEYMAKER deal. It lasts through tomorrow, October 31:

$0.50 Simply Asia Seasoning Mix Envelope, all varieties
-$0.50/1 coupon (from 8-30 RP, expires 10-31)
FREE after coupon + $0.50 MONEYMAKER

NOTE: This coupon will double, so you'll save an additional $0.50 off the other items you purchase. Busch's will double up to 3 identical coupons per transaction. Thanks, Colleen!

Printable Coupons: Malt O Meal, Bumblebee, Dole Fruit & more

$0.75/1 Malt-O-Meal product (Reedemable at Meijer, Kroger, Strack & Van Til)

$1.00/1 Fast Fixin' or Fast Classics Product 20 oz. or larger

$1.00/1 Dial for Men Magnetic Body Wash

$1.00/1 Kiss My Face Product,
full size

$3.00/1 Neutrogena Total Skin Renewal Starter Kit

$4.00/1 Neutrogena Ageless Restoratives OR Ageless Intensives Products

Thanks to Money Saving Mom for the following coupon links:

$1.60/1 Nature Valley Clusters (just reset for another round of printing)

$0.50/2 Hunt's Canned Tomatoes

$0.55/1 Kellogg's Pop Tarts

$1.00/1 Total Cereal

$2.00/1 Huggies Diapers

$1.00/1 Bumblebee Tuna
Sign up here to receive a $1/1 Bumble Bee coupon via email for the next four weeks, along with menu ideas.

$0.50/1 Dole Fruit (after you play the game)
These should be free at Kroger this week after Mega Event savings...

$1.00/1 Dreamfields Pasta

Meijer: November 1-7, 2009

This week's ad is noticeably smaller (both in size and in amount of items) than usual again as Meijer cuts back on the number of sale items per week. If this change disappoints you, please contact Meijer and let them know.

These best deal matchups were calculated using a Meijer Ad for Detroit Area Stores. Metro Detroit Meijer stores double coupons up to $0.50 (with some restrictions - please see the end of this post for more info). I'll continue to edit this list with UPDATES throughout the week, so remember to check here again before you shop!

If you like these Meijer Matchups, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Macomb Money Savers email updates so that you won't miss a Meijer deal!

$1.03 Beech-Nut Let's Grow Toddler Meals (regular price - may vary by location)
-$0.50/1 printable coupon (link will go directly to SmartSource printing)
$0.03 after coupon* - great charity donation! Thanks, Stacey!
NEW! Earn $1.00 toward your child's college education when you load a Upromise coupon to your credit or store card!

$1.09 Maruchan Yakisoba Noodles (regular price - may vary by location)
-$0.50/1 coupon (from 10-18 SS, exp 1-31)
$0.09 after coupon*

$1.49 SuperPretzel, 9-13 oz, asstd varieties
-$0.50/1 coupon (from 9-27 or 10-18 RP)
$0.49 after coupon*

$0.99 Knorr Rice or Pasta Sides
-$1.00/3 Knorr printable coupon
$0.66 each when you buy 3 with coupon

$1.69 Old Orchard Healthy Balance Juice, 100% Apple Juice or Blends, 64 oz
-$1.00/2 Old Orchard Printable coupon or $1.00/2 printable here or here
-$0.50/1 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon, use 2 (will not double)
$0.69 each when you buy 2 with coupons

$0.99 Quaker Quakes or Tortillaz Rice Cakes, 3-3.5 oz
-$1.00/5 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
$0.79 each when you buy 5 with coupon

$0.89 Banquet Frozen Meals

$1.99 Maxwell House Coffee, 10.5-11.5 oz select varieties
-$1.00/2 printable coupon
$1.49 each when you buy 2 with coupon (save $1.92)
BONUS! Get a $1.00 checkout coupon valid on your next order when you buy 2 or more in one transaction! Final cost: $0.99 each after savings! Please note that flavored varieties (i.e. Hazelnut, Vanilla) do not appear to trigger the $1 Catalina.

$1.49 Ken's Dressing, 16 oz bottle or 7 oz Lite Accent spray
-$1.00/2 coupon (from 8-2 SS, HURRY! Expires 11-2)
$0.99 each when you buy 2 with coupon

$1.59 Aunt Jemima Breakfast Entrees, all varieties
Buy 4, get $2.00 off instantly at the register
$1.09 each when you buy 4 with instant savings

$2.09 Pompeian Red Wine Vinegar, 16 oz select varieties (price drop through 11-22)
-$0.50/1 printable coupon here or here
$1.09 after coupon

$1.59 Barilla Manicotti, Jumbo Shells, Lasagna or Barilla Plus Pasta
-$1.00/3 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
$1.26 each when you buy 3 with coupon

$2.37 Keebler Special K Crackers
-$1.00/1 printable coupon (print 2 per computer)
$1.37 after coupon

$2.49 Quaker Instant Oatmeal 10.5-16 oz box or Quick or Old Fashioned Oats, 42 oz
-$1.00/2 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
-$1.25/2 Quaker coupon (from 8-30 RP)
$1.37 each when you buy 2 with coupons

$1.69 Peter Pan Peanut Butter, 16.3 oz
-$1.00/3 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
$1.39 each when you buy 3 with coupon
Also available: $0.50/1 coupon (from Oct All You magazine, available at WalMart)

$1.99 Keebler Filled Crackers, 10.4-10.9 oz
-$0.55/1 printable coupon
$1.44 after coupon

$2.50 Arnold Whole Grain Sandwich Thins, 12 oz (price drop)
-$1.00/1 coupon (from September All You magazine)
$1.50 after coupon

$1.89 Lean Cuisine Entrees, Paninis, Flatbread Melts, Pizza or One Dish Favorites, 5-10.8 oz (excludes Dinners)
-$1.00/3 coupon (from 9-13 RP)
$1.56 each when you buy 3 with coupon
BONUS: Buy 5 Lean Cuisine, get the 6th FREE ($1.24 each when you buy 6 with coupons)

$2.49 Ore-Ida Battered Potatoes, Crunchies, Twirls, Zesties, Texas Crispers, Waffle Fries, Country Fries or Roasted Potatoes, 22-32 oz
-$1.50/2 coupon (from 9-27 SS)
$1.74 each when you buy 2 with coupon

$3.49 Dixie Value Pack Plates (50-100 ct), Ultra Plates (40-60 ct), Bathroom Cups (340 ct) or Rainbow Napkins (320 ct)
-$0.35/1 coupon (from 8-16 RP), USE 2 or $1.00/2 coupon (from 10-18 RP)
*Buy any 2 Dixie Items, get $2 off instantly at the register (limit 1 offer per transaction)*
$1.79-$1.99 each when you buy 2 with coupon and instant savings

$1.99 Doritos or Tostitos, 10.8-15.6 oz (1/2 price)

$3.99 Freschetta Original, Brickoven or PizzAmore Pizza, 18-28.1 oz
-$1.00/1 coupon (from 9-13 SS)
$2.99 after coupon (1/2 price!)

$9.99 Purina ONE Cat Food, 7 lbs select varieties
-$5.00/1 Meijer Purina One printable coupon, expires 12-31-09 (limit 1 per transaction)
-$2.00/1 Purina ONE coupon (from 10-18 SS)
$2.99 after coupons

Buy 1, Get 2 FREE Dynamo Liquid Laundry Detergent (reg $14.99)
$4.99 each when you buy 3 with sale

Purina ONE Dog, Puppy, Cat or Kitten Food
-$5.00/1 Meijer Purina One printable coupon, expires 12-31-09
-$2.00/1 Purina ONE coupon (from 10-11 or 10-18 SS)

Final price will vary, but save $7.00 after coupons!


$2.19 I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Sticks for Cooking and Baking, 16 oz (regular price - may vary by location)
-$1.00/1 printable coupon (Internet Explorer) (Firefox) (print up to 3 per computer!) or $0.75/1 printable coupon (IE) (FF) (print 2 per computer)
$1.19 or $1.44 after coupon
BONUS: Buy 1 or more, get a $2.00 checkout coupon ("Catalina") valid on your next shopping order = $0.71 or $0.56 moneymaker!!!
NOTE: These Catalina coupons will "roll," meaning that you can take your $2 coupon from your last transaction and use it to pay for part of your next transaction (just make sure you add a little filler!).

$0.99 Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits, 16.3 oz tube, all varieties
-$0.30/2 coupon (from 10-4 GM or printable here or here) or $1.00/1 printable
FREE or $0.69 each after coupon

$1.99 Egg Beaters
-$1.00/1 Seasoned Egg Beaters printable coupon (print 2 per computer), use 4 for best savings
-$1.00/4 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
$0.74 each when you buy 4 with coupons
BONUS: Buy 4, get a $3.00 checkout coupon valid on your next order!
Final price: $0.04 moneymaker!

$1.99 Smart Balance Buttery Spread
(2-7.5 oz tubs, 8 oz spray or tub, 12 oz squeeze or 13-15 oz tub) or Butter Blends, 16 oz
-$1.00/2 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
-$1.00/2 Buttery Spread coupon or $1.00/1 Butter Blends Sticks coupon (from 10-18 RP or
$0.49 or $0.99 each when you buy 2 with coupons

$1.51 Shedd's Country Crock Spread, 15 oz tub or 2/7.5 oz tubs (everyday best price)
-$0.40/1 coupon (from 9-20 RP)
$0.71 after coupon*

$1.99 Dannon Activia Cups/Drinks or DanActive, 4 ct all varieties
-$1.00/1 coupon (from 8-9 or 10-4 SS)
$0.99 after coupon

$2.49 Jell-O Ready to Eat Refrigerated Pudding or Gelatin, 6 ct
-$1.00/2 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
-$0.60/1 Jell-O printable coupon (print 2 per computer), use 2 (or $0.50/1 Jell-O Mousse Temptations printable, if included in sale)
$1.39 (or $0.99) each when you buy 2 with coupon

$2.29 Daisy Cottage Cheese, 24 oz all varieties (price drop)
-$0.60/1 coupon (from 10-4 SS)
$1.69 after coupon

$1.75 Meijer Gallon Milk, excluding chocolate/organic (LIMIT 4)

$2.94 Silk Soymilk, 64 oz carton, all varieties
-$1.00/2 Meijer Mealbox printable coupon
$2.44 each when you buy 2 with coupon

$0.99/lb Cook's Shank Portion Smoked Ham (save $0.80/lb)
$0.99/lb Meijer Fresh Bone-In Split Chicken Breast (save $0.60/lb)
$1.39/lb Center Cut Half Boneless Pork Loin (save $1.10/lb), sliced free
$1.99/lb Angus Ground Beef from Round (save $1.70/lb)

$0.99 Bar S Bologna or Franks, Assorted Varieties, 16 oz. (in-store sale)
-$1.00/2 coupon (from 10-25 RP or printable)
$0.49 each when you buy 2 with coupon

$2.00 Eckrich Smoked Sausage or Grillers, 14-16 oz
-$0.55/1 coupon (from 10-11 SS)
$1.45 after coupon

$2.99 Meijer Tilapia Fillets, 16 oz frozen (save $3)

$3.99 Tyson Slow Roasted Dinners (Heat N Eat Entree), 17 oz all varieties
-$0.75/1 coupon (from 10-18 SS)
$3.24 after coupon (save $2.75)

$3.99/lb Armour 1877 Ham, all varieties
$3.99/lb Jennie-O Turkey Breast, select varieties (everyday best price)

$4.99 Gorton's Fish Sticks, Fillets, Tenders, Salmon, Tilapia or Shrimp, select varieties
-$0.40/1 coupon (from 9-13 SS)
$4.19 after coupon (save $1.80)*

$0.88/lb Red or Black Seedless or Red Seeded Grapes
$1.00 Markets of Meijer Sliced White or Sliced Mini Bella Mushrooms,
8 oz
$1.49 Round White Potatoes, 10 lb bag
$1.50 Red Delicious, Gala, McIntosh, Ida Red or Jonathan Apples, 3 lb bag
$1.50 Carrots or Yellow Onions, 3 lb bag
$1.69/lb Asparagus
$2.99 Golden Pineapple, each
$3.99 Florida Red Grapefruit, 10 lb bag

B1G1 (identical item) Flex-a-min Vitamins, all varieties
-$6.00/1 coupon (from 10-25 RP)
Final price will vary - save more than 50%!

B1G1 (identical item) Disney Kids Vitamins
-$1.00/1 printable coupon
Final price will vary - save more than 50%

$2 OFF Clairol Nice 'n Easy or Natural Instincts Hair Color
-$2.00/1 coupon (from 11-1 PG)
Final price will vary - save $4 off regular price

  • Buy 4 of any Pillsbury refrigerated baked goods in one transaction, get a $2.00 checkout coupon; buy 5, get $3.00; buy 6 or more, get $4.00. Includes crescents, cookies, sweet rolls, Grands! biscuits, Grands! cinnamon rolls, pie crusts, dinner rolls, loaves, breadsticks, or pizza crust (10/5-11/1)
  • Buy any 1 Prego Italian Sauce and any 1 package of Pepperidge Farm Frozen Bread get a custom coupon at checkout for a FREE 16 oz package of Meijer Spaghetti valid on your next order. (excludes Meijer Organics, maximum value $1.43) (10/11-11/7)
  • Buy any 5 of the following in one transaction: A1 Steak Sauce 10 oz, Taco Bell Home Originals Salsa any size, or Stove Top Stuffing any size, get a Meijer custom coupon for $4 off your next fresh or frozen ground beef purchase (1 lb or larger). (10/11-11/7)
  • Buy any 3 Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese in one transaction, get a $1 checkout coupon valid on your next order. Buy 4, get $2; Buy 5 or more, get $3. (10/11 - 11/7)
  • Buy any 4: Pam No-Stick Cooking Spray, Egg Beaters, or Wesson Oil, get a $3.00 checkout coupon off your next shopping trip. (11/1-11/11)
  • Buy $15 worth of Dixie Ultra Plates, Bowls or Dixie Napkins, and get $4.00 Catalina valid on your next order. (10/25 - 11/18)
  • Buy 3 Kelloggs Mini Wheats Cereal 14.5 oz. or larger, and get a checkout coupon valid for a free gallon of milk. (10/23 - 11/19)
  • Buy 3 or more Tombstone Pizzas, receive an immediate FREE redbox one-night DVD rental via Meijer Custom Coupon. (11/1-11/28)
  • Buy 3 Kraft 16 oz Salad Dressing, get a $2 checkout coupon valid on your next order; buy 4, get $4. (11/9-12/31) Thanks, Tracy!


*DOUBLE COUPONS - This deal requires a coupon to DOUBLE at Meijer. Note that most Macomb-area Meijer stores will double only 2 identical coupons (up to $0.50) per transaction. See additional notes below.

You may want to print a copy of the Meijer Mealbox store policy, as posted here on the Mealbox Website and keep it with your shopping list to show your cashier (in case they aren't familiar with corporate policy):

1.) Mealbox coupons may be used in addition to Manufacturer coupons.

2.) Mealbox coupons may be used each time a condition is met, which could be multiple times per transaction.
(For example: a coupon for $1.00 off 2 soups can be used multiple times if you have a coupon printed and the number of soups purchased matches, i.e. 2 coupons = 4 soups.)

3.) Mealbox coupons cannot be doubled or tripled at any time.

4.) Stores have the right to limit the quantity of items to normal retail purchases per transaction.

You may use more than one identical Mealbox coupon per transaction, but note that some coupons won't deduct at all - be vigilant about watching your subtotal while coupons are scanned. If your total isn't reduced with the scanning of each Mealbox coupon, the coupon didn't work and you'll need to ask you cashier to adjust it manually.

View the Meijer Ad online here (available on Sunday).

Other Reminders:

  • MOST Macomb Meijer stores will double coupons up to $0.50, but no more than 2 identical coupons per transaction. Additional identical coupons will be redeemed at face value. You may want to call your location before shopping to verify. The Clinton Township location on Groesbeck will double ONE identical $0.50 or less coupon per transaction. For best savings on multiple items with coupons that will double, break your order into multiple transactions (this is most easily done at the U-scan).
  • You can print 2 copies of each printable coupon per computer, with some exceptions. Use your back button and refresh the screen if necessary or return to the original coupon link. You can print as many Meijer Mealbox coupons as you'd like.
  • When a particular sale item is out of stock, be sure to ask your cashier or a customer service assistant for a raincheck.


This post is a proud part of the Grocery Gathering at BeCentsAble. Visit the Grocery Gathering for a HUGE free listing of store matchups from around the country, including CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Kroger, Target, KMart, Walmart & more!

Guest Post: Farmer's Market in the Fall - Winter Squash

Fall brings what in my opinion are some of the best deals of the year – including those on squash. While the grocery stores sell squash by the pound, the farmers market sells it by the piece.

Winter squash can be fun - there are many varieties with subtle differences in flavor. The farmers market usually has a wonderful selection, and if you know what to look for you can usually get a deal that will beat most grocery store sales. On a recent trip I picked up some squash samples to weigh them in and see just how much your dollar can buy. Prices will vary by market, vendor, size, and success of the crop, but the prices here are pretty consistent with what I’ve seen at the Royal Oak market over the last few years. Squash weights will also vary widely, and for these I selected some of the largest squash left in the bin about halfway through the market day. I took pictures of the squash with a dollar so you could see the relative size. A larger squash isn’t always the one with the most mass; some may have a larger cavity than others.

Pie pumpkin
$1 (weighed 3 lbs; $0.33/lb)

Sweet Dumpling
$1 (weighed 1 lb 8 oz; $0.67/lb)

$1.50 (weighed 3 lb 4 oz; $0.46/lb)

$1.50 (weighed 3 lb 1 oz; $0.49/lb)

Orange Buttercup
$1.50 (weighed 3 lb 6 oz; $0.44/lb)

Green buttercup
$1.50 (weighed 7 oz; $0.34/lb)

Heirloom “Peanut” Pumpkin
$3.50 (weighed 8 lbs 3 oz; $0.43/lb)*

*Purchased at the Greenfield Village farmers market (a special event). While this is one that people will primarily buy as part of the fall décor, I verified with the vendor that this was indeed a good pumpkin to cook up.

A note on heirloom pumpkins: Many varieties of heirloom pumpkins are being sold as decorative pumpkins and pumpkin stacks. Last year after Halloween one of the vendors at the farmers market had their decorative pumpkins on clearance ($1 or $2 each for some pretty sizable squash). I had asked if I could use them to cook with, and the vendor hemmed and hawed, claiming they were edible but probably not too good (it was obvious he didn’t know much about the pumpkins). After some research this year, I am now disappointed I didn't take advantage of this great deal. My instincts said that if it’s an heirloom it probably would taste good since in the past pumpkins were grown primarily to eat, not sit on the front porch. My advice: ask the vendors about the varieties they have. You can always use Google to research how it fares as food. Then if you are tempted to buy one as a centerpiece you can cook it up after the party’s over, or if you luck out and find someone trying to ditch all the “decorative” pumpkins you can snatch up a good deal. Here are some good cooking pumpkins I’ve found masquerading as holiday decorations:
  • “Peanut” or Galeuse d'Eysines
  • Rouge vif d’etampes (this is the pumpkin Disney modeled Cinderella's carriage after)
  • Lumina
  • Cheese
  • Mosquee de province
  • Jarradale
  • Fairytale
  • Queensland Blue
  • Winter Luxury Pie pumpkin (if anyone finds one, please let me know - many claim that these are one of THE best for pies!)

Maple Spiced Squash (serves 5-6)
2 medium acorn (or other) squash
1 cup maple syrup, dark amber
½ stick butter
¾ teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon powdered ginger
¼ teaspoon nutmeg
¼ teaspoon allspice
Kosher or sea salt
Optional: 1 shot whiskey

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Halve the squash and remove seeds, and sprinkle lightly with salt. Place squash cut-side up on a baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes. After baking, remove from oven and let cool for 5-10 minutes, until you can safely handle the squash.

While squash is cooling, heat maple syrup over medium-low heat. Add butter, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice, and whiskey. After butter is melted, turn to low and let warm for 5-10 minutes.

When squash is cool enough to handle, quarter each half and remove skin. Cut squash into sections about ¾” thick. Place in a large baking dish, drizzle syrup mixture over squash. Flip squash to coat. Cover with lid or aluminum foil, cook at 400 degrees for 15 minutes, remove and flip squash, recover. Cook 15 minutes, remove and flip squash, place in oven without cover for an additional 10 minutes.

Squash Ravioli with Herbed Butter Sauce Recipe from Family Fun Magazine

Toasted Squash Seeds
If the only ‘pumpkin seeds’ you’ve ever had are the bleached, over-salted ones from the grocery store, you MUST try toasting your own! They are literally 100x better tasting, and probably 10 times better for you.

Almost any type of winter squash seeds can be toasted up for a yummy treat. The main limiting factor is that some seeds are more labor-intensive to extract from the squash “guts” than others. Try toasting up different seeds to find your favorite (though only toast up 1 variety at a time; they have different cooking times).

Toasting them up is simple; line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil, spray the foil with cooking spray. Place seeds in a single layer, and spray seeds. Lightly sprinkle with sea salt or kosher salt. Turn the oven onto it’s lowest setting, and place seeds in to toast. Check on them after 5 minutes, and use a spatula to flip them. Check in every 5 minutes until they seem close to done – when they start to brown they’re done. You can always take a couple seeds out to taste them to see if you want to pop them back in for a little bit.

Many thanks to Becky Stacy for sharing this information! Becky is a working mother of an 8-month-old son trying to cut costs so she can become a stay at home mom within the next year or two. She is a Food Network addict and enjoys playing around with new ideas in the kitchen.

Meijer: Matchups In Progress

UPDATE: The Free Press delivered a replacement paper (whew!) and I'm busily entering the best deals of the week. Look for them later today or early tomorrow!

Normally, Friday morning finds me scouring the new Meijer ad, preparing matchups so that you can take a sneak peek and plan ahead. However, though my Detroit Free Press arrived on time, it didn't include next week's Meijer ad (and I am more than a little disappointed). Since the newspaper office is not yet open for the morning, I can't be sure whether that was a slight oversight or simply the publication plan for today, but I'll do my best to investigate.

In the meantime, if YOU are a Detroit News/Free Press reader, did YOU get your Meijer ad? Would you like to share some sale prices with me?

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Abuelo's: Costumed Kids Eat Free on Halloween

Bring your little ghosts, goblins and super heroes to Abuelo’s this Halloween!
All day Saturday, October 31, kids age 12 and younger who are dressed in costumes will receive a free kid’s meal (*Up to two free kids meals with the purchase of an adult entrée). Kids can also enter Abuelo’s costume contest for the chance to win a $25 Toys R Us gift card!

You'll find an Abuelo's near Lakeside Mall in the Macomb area. To see if there's an Abuelo's location near you, click here.

Offer valid on 10/31/2009 only. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Dine-in only. Children age 12 and younger dressed in Halloween costumes will receive a free kids meal.

Meijer: $5/$25 or $10/$50 General Merchandise Coupon

Become a Fan of Meijer on Facebook, click on the "Fan Coupon" tab on the Meijer Fan page, and you'll be able to print a pdf of this coupon, valid through 10-30-09. Being a fan also gives you another opportunity to let Meijer know how you're feeling about the new ad format and "everyday best prices" that they've instituted recently.

In other news (the Grand Rapids Press, to be exact):

Guest Post: A 7-Week Menu Plan

Do you sometimes wonder what you are going to make for dinner several hours before it’s to be served? Do you despise trying to figure out “what’s for dinner” every week or every day? If so, here is an example of my 7-week Dinner Planning Chart. I created it to keep our food bill down, to eliminate last minute meal planning and avoid ordering out. We're able to purchase ingredients at the best price all while maintaining a variety of meals on the table for our family.

Some benefits of my 7 week plan:

  1. I can look ahead to make sure I get all the ingredients for upcoming meals at a good price (preferably on sale and with coupons).

  2. Each week, I can just look at my chart, check my fridge and then go to the grocery store for the perishable items needed.

  3. I can "prep" for meals in advance when I know I won't have time. For instance, I can mix a marinade one day in advance, cut up veggies the night before, etc. - all in the name of saving time on the days when I don't have any.

  4. As the seasons change, so will my cooking, but my chart stays the same. During the summer when "Lasagna" comes up on the menu I will substitute Ravioli in its place. Many of the chicken dishes I make in the winter will be substituted for barbecued chicken in the summer with corn on the cob. The chart is a guide and it helps, but I don't follow it strictly all the time.

  5. I don't always make the meals in the exact order they are listed on the menu for that week. For instance, the meal that requires the most time will be done on the day of the week where I have the most time.

  6. I try to fill my menu with as many quick and easy meals as possible. Anything that can be prepared during naptime and then baked in the oven goes on my list. :)

  7. When I try a new recipe, go out for a holiday, attend a neighborhood BBQ, etc. then I put my menu aside and return to it on the next day that I need to prepare a meal for our family.
Note: Our family LOVES leftovers so you'll notice that the majority of meals are prepared to last for 2 nights. If your family doesn't care for leftovers then aim for a 3 or 4 week rotating menu plan with 6 or 7 meals each week.

Would you like to try creating a rotating chart of your family's favorite meals to make meal planning easier? You'll find a blank planning chart here (you can edit it as you wish!). I hope this gives your family an idea of how to eliminate meal time stress.

Many thanks to Tracy for taking the time to put this article together! Tracy Jarosz is a stay-at-home mom of 2 busy little boys (ages 3 & 10 months) and a wife to a loving work-at-home husband. She is a frugal mom who strives to keep life simple with long walks, good books, lots of fresh air and a bit of chocolate.

Enter to Win Circus Tickets at Centsable Momma!

My dear bloggy friend Corrie is hosting a giveaway that readers in the Detroit Area might be interested in: 4 tickets to see the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus at the Palace of Auburn Hills on November 18 at 7:30 pm! CLICK HERE to enter!

And stick around for another chance to win, as I'll be giving away a 4-pack of Circus tickets HERE very soon!

Other great giveaways you might be interested in, thanks to my blogging friends:

Coupon Preview: Sunday, November 1, 2009

You can look forward to 3 COUPON INSERTS this weekend: 1 SmartSource, 1 RedPlum and 1 P & G insert (the first weekend of the month always has the most coupons!). Take a look at the coupons and see what you think! Details on the coupons included in the inserts are posted here in the Sunday Coupon Preview. As always, remember that these coupons are from a different area; Detroit area inserts may vary slightly.

Some coupons that may be of interest include (note that x = expiration date):
  • Heinz HomeStyle Sausage Gravy – $1.00 off any 1 (x1/24/10)
  • Hormel Pepperoni Pack – 75 cents off any 1 (x1/3/10)
    We love stocking up for pizza night! Yippee!
  • Keebler Crackers, 7.7oz+ – $1.00 off any 2 (x12/13/09)
  • McCormick Spice or Extract – $1.00 off any 1 (x12/6/09)
  • Nestle Coffee-Mate Powder Creamer – 50 cents off any 1 (x2/1/10)
  • Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid Creamer – 50 cents off any 1 (x2/1/10)
  • Nestle Nesquik product, any – 50 cents off any 1 (x1/3/10)
  • Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough – $1.00 off any 1 (x12/31/09)
  • Nestle Toll House Morsels – 50 cents off any 1 (x12/31/09)
    Our area usually gets the $1.00/2 coupon, but I'll remain optimistic...
  • Nivea Lip Care Product, 0.17 oz or .35 fl.oz FREE wyb Any 1 Nivea Lip Care Product – up to $3.99 value (x12/31/09)
  • Rosetto Frozen Pasta – $1.00 off any 1 (x2/28/10) DND-5

Take a look at the list available at Sunday Coupon Preview - do you see any coupons that could lead to great deals in the future!? Please share!

And where will you be buying your papers this week? Dawn reported that you can still get $1.00 Sunday Papers at the Dollar Tree...

Worth Reading: Shopping Strategy

If you've ever found yourself wondering...
  • When is the best time to spend my coupon? Do I wait for a better sale or deal?
  • Should I run to ALL of the stores this week for the best deals?
  • What is the best way to approach shopping each week?

Read what Laura (the Sharp Scissors Lady) has written in her detailed post about Shopping Strategy. It will help shed some light on the way you shop for your family!

The Children's Place: 50% Off + 15% Off Coupon NOW GONE

UPDATE: Quota has been reached. Coupon no longer available - sorry!

The Children's Place has just reduced their clearance prices an ADDITIONAL 50%. Click on the picture link above or
click here to print a coupon for 15% off your total purchase (valid through Nov 16). These 2 savings opportunities, when combined, could lead to some excellent deals! It's a perfect time to stock up on summer clothing for next year! Some people have reported that Halloween costumes have been reduced by 50-75%. Their holiday clothing lines are also available, if you're in need of something special for Christmas or family photos.

This coupon can also be used at The Children's Place Outlet stores (since it does not list it as an exclusion), if you have one nearby. TCP Outlet is one of my favorite places to shop, since they frequently have sale racks priced at $0.99, $1.99 and $2.99!

If you'd prefer to shop online, you'll can also use the web code provided on the coupon. Shipping is a flat $5 rate, regardless of how much you purchase.

Please let us know if you are able to snag any great bargains with this coupon!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Best Prices Around Town: Week of October 25, 2009

You'll always save the most money by purchasing each store's "loss leaders" and conveniently avoiding the rest. Here are the lowest prices in town this week - these are the items you'll want to stock up on and plan future meals around to keep your spending low. For more details on the following coupon offers, click on the store name under "Store Matchups" in the right margin or navigation tab above.

$0.33/lb Chiquita Bananas
Meijer (through Saturday)

$0.79/lb Red Grapes, sold in a 2-lb clamshell for $1.58
ALDI (through Saturday)

$0.79/lb Honey Crisp Apples
Randazzo (through Tuesday)

$0.99 Apples, 3 lb bag (Jonathan, McIntosh, Red or Golden Delicious)
Kroger (through Sunday) or $1.19 at ALDI (through Saturday)
Recipe: Laura's Apple Crisp (picture tutorial!)

$1.19 Vine Ripe Tomatoes, 4 pk
ALDI (through Saturday)

$0.59/lb Chicken Drumsticks
Vince & Joe's (through Sunday)

$0.99/lb Whole Pork Butt Roast
Oak Ridge (through Monday)

FREE Breakstone's Cottage Doubles, single serving (after Catalina)
Meijer (through 10-31)

$0.03 Beech-Nut Let's Grow Toddler Meals (after coupon)
Meijer (through Saturday)

$0.20 Yoplait Yogurt, 4-6 oz (after coupon)
Oak Ridge (through Monday)

$0.24 Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies (after coupon & Mega Event savings)
Kroger (through Sunday)

$0.24 Cheez-It Crackers (after coupon & Mega Event savings)
Kroger (through Sunday)

$0.30 Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables, 12 oz (after coupon)
Oak Ridge (through Monday)

$0.39 Snuggle Liquid Fabric Softener or Sheets (after coupon)
Meijer (through Saturday)

$0.40 Eggo Waffles, 10 ct (after coupon)
Oak Ridge (through Monday)

$0.50 Nestle Cookie Dough (after coupon)
Oak Ridge (through Monday)

$0.79 Happy Farms Cream Cheese, 8 oz brick
ALDI (through Saturday)

$1.69 Friendly Farms Gallon Milk, Vitamin D, 2% or Skim
ALDI (through Saturday) or $1.75 at Kroger (through Sunday)


Printable Coupons: End of the Month Reminder!

The end of October is approaching quickly. On November 1st, we can look forward to a new batch of printable coupons from - but that means that the current coupons could disappear to make room for the new. Now is your chance to print anything you think you might use before it's gone. Here are some coupons you may not want to miss (CLICK HERE TO PRINT):

  • $1.00/1 Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder, 15 oz or more - NEW!
  • $0.75/1 Del Monte Gold Pineapple - NEW!
  • $1.00/1 Special K Blueberry Cereal
  • $1.00/1 Special K Crackers
  • $1.50/1 Hormel Refrigerated Entree
  • $1.00/1 California Pizza Kitchen Crispy Thin Crust Pizza
  • $1.50/1 DiGiorno Ultimate Toppings Pizza Product
  • $1.00/1 Starbucks Ice Cream
  • $1.00/1 McCormick Spice, Herb, Extract or Food Color
  • $1.00/1 Kellogg's Cinnabon Bars
  • $1.50/1 Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers
  • $3.00/1 Huggies Pure & Natural Diapers
  • $1.00/2 Ronzoni Smart Taste Pasta and $1.00/2 Healthy Harvest Pasta
  • $0.50/1 Betty Crocker Warm Delights*
  • $0.50/1 Starkist Pouch product*
  • $0.50/1 Chex Mix*
  • $0.40/1 Nature Valley Granola Bars
  • $1.50/2 Keebler Cookies
  • $2.00/1 Nestle and Wonka Candy, 24 oz bags
  • MANY Playskool and Hasbro Toy coupons (save these for toy sales after Thanksgiving!)

*These items are often FREE if paired with a sale price when the coupon is doubled.

ALDI: $0.49 Bread and Buns (Shelby Twp)

The ALDI location in Shelby Township (on Van Dyke, north of 21 Mile) has marked down a variety of breads and buns. Most had expiration dates of November 2. Don't forget that bread freezes well!
  • Hot Dog or Hamburger Buns, 8 ct
  • White Bread
  • Wheat Bread
  • Whole Grain Wheat Bread
  • 12 Grain Bread

Meijer: Halloween Event Oct 31 from 11-2

Don't forget to bring the kids to Meijer on Saturday, October 31 between 11:00 am and 2 pm for some extra treats. There might even be some tasty samples and COUPONS for YOU!

Works-For-Me Wednesday: Gift Card Organizer

This is my first Works-For-Me Wednesday post, but I just remembered an idea good enough to share! :)

We like gift cards, but it seemed like our stash was growing out of control. We get them for Christmas and for the kids' birthdays....and though we love to use them, they were becoming difficult to keep track of! We were keeping them safely filed away, but it meant rifling through an entire stack to find what we wanted. Sometimes we couldn't find it at all. Other times, we overlooked an additional gift card we could have used at the same store.

And then last year, I came across something similar to this while shopping with the kids:
Vinyl Business Card Book. My husband looked at me ever-so-strangely when he opened this as one of his gifts on Christmas morning (he had no idea what I was thinking!), but since then he's recognized and appreciated having all of our gift cards organized in one place!

Here's what it looks like in action:

I've organized the gift cards in an order that seems logical to me (though this page doesn't exactly reflect it!). We grouped them in categories, with similar cards together: department stores, entertainment, restaurants, etc. We track card balances by either writing the amount on the back with a Sharpie or labeling it with a small piece of masking tape. With a little effort, this book has made it easy to see what we have to spend now. When it's time to go shopping, we can grab our gift card file book and we're ready to go!

How do you organize your gift cards?

For more GREAT ideas, check out all of the Works-For-Me Wednesday links at We Are THAT Family!

Winner: Disney Live Ticket Giveaway

I'm happy to announce that selected entry #41 - Julie, a Macomb Money Savers follower, as the winner of the 4-pack of tickets to Disney Live! I hope you and your family will have a wonderful time!
A brand new show coming to Metro Detroit from the producers of Disney on Ice, Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show will be at The Palace of Auburn Hills on November 1st for 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm shows.

If you're still interested in purchasing tickets for the event, I have a coupon code to share with you: a special $3.00 savings on each ticket when you use the code LIVE at!

Clark Color Labs: 75 Prints for $0.02 each + Shipping

Today through November 2, you can get $0.02 4x6" prints at Clark Color Labs, up to a total of 75 prints for $1.50! Use Code: CPTS42 at checkout. Offer applies to up to 75 4x6 prints, ordered online only. Does not include shipping & handling. One time use.

Shipping and handling for 75 prints (for me, when I tested the order) was $4.42. You'll end up paying about $0.08 each including shipping.

If you haven't yet registered, sign up HERE for
Clark Color Labs: you'll get another 40 free prints at sign-up + unlimited storage and additional prints as low as 8¢.

With the holidays approaching, I'll keep my eyes open for other good photo deals! Don't forget about the Kodak Gallery $15 Credit; the next round of credits will be available on October 29!

Randazzo: October 28 - November 3, 2009

$0.79/lb Michigan Honey Crisp Apples
Recipe: Slow-Baked Honeycrisp Apples
$0.89 Aunt Mid's Mini Carrots, 1 lb bag
$1.50 Romaine Hearts, 3 ct pkg

$2.79/lb Ground Beef from Round, 3 lbs or more
$2.99/lb Angus Beef Eye of Round Roast
$2.99/lb Beef Brisket
$6.95/lb Porterhouse, T-Bone, Ribeye, Delmonico or New York Strip Steaks

(Now taking orders for Amish Fresh Turkeys at $1.29/lb)

$0.99 Extra Large Eggs (limit 2)
$1.19 Country Fresh Half & Half, quart

View the entire
Randazzo Fresh Market ad this week.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Oak Ridge: October 27 - November 2, 2009

Take a look at the best deals at Oak Ridge this week. Please shop with care - Oak Ridge has extremely challenging coupon policies! I highly recommend purchasing different varieties of coupon items to make sure you remain within store policy AND using a calculator so that you know exactly what your total should be (just in case a coupon doesn't double as expected)! Take a look at the Oak Ridge coupon policy as well.

$1.00 Totino's Pizza Rolls, 7-7.5 oz
-$0.35/1 coupon (from 8-9 or 9-13 GM), at least 1 coupon will double*
$0.30 after coupon

$1.00 Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables, 12 oz
-$0.35/1 coupon (from 10-18 SS), at least 1 coupon will double*
$0.30 after coupon

$0.33 Betty Crocker Pizza Crust Mix, 6.5 oz

$1.50 Eggo Waffles, 10 ct asstd varieties (LIMIT 4 total)
-$0.55/1 coupon (from 10-4 RP), at least 1 coupon will double*
$0.40 after coupon

$2.50 McCain's Frozen Potatoes, 29-32 oz
-$0.75/1 coupon (from 9-20 SS, HURRY - expires 10-31!), at least 1 coupon will double*
$1.00 after coupon

$1.99 Keebler Chips Deluxe Cookies
-$1.50/2 printable coupon
$1.24 each when you buy 2 with coupon

$2.00 Lean Cuisine Classics or One Dish Favorites
-$1.00/3 coupon (from 9-13 RP), at least 1 coupon will double*
$1.33 each when you buy 3 with coupon

$2.00 General Mills Cereal - 9.6 oz Boo Berry or Frankenberry, or 10.4 oz Count Chocula
-$1.00/3 coupon (from 10-18 SS), at least 1 coupon will double*
$1.33 each when you buy 3 with coupon

$1.89 Lay's Potato Chips, 10.5-11 oz (LIMIT 4 total)

$1.99 Stouffer's French Bread Pizza (LIMIT 3 total)

$4.99 Sparkle Paper Towels, 8 rolls
-$0.50/1 coupon (from 9-13 RP), 1 coupon will double*
$3.99 after coupon

$0.33 Yoplait Original or Whips! Yogurt, 4-6 oz asstd var (LIMIT 6 total)
-$0.40/6 coupon (from 9-13 GM or 10-18 SS), 1 coupon will double*
$0.20 each when you buy 6 with coupon

$2.50 Nestle Cookie Dough, asstd varieties
-$1.00/1 coupon (from 9-13 RP or 10-11 SS), at least 1 coupon will double*
$0.50 after coupon

$0.50 Imperial Margarine, 16 oz

$0.99/lb Whole Pork Butt Roast, pop-up timer included
$1.19/lb Fresh Lean Pork Steak, family pack
$1.39/lb Western Style Pork Ribs
$1.99/lb Fresh Lean Ground Sirloin
Boneless Sirloin Tip Roast
$2.39/lb Sirloin Tip Steak

$1.00 Butterball Thin & Crispy Bacon, 6 oz pkg
$1.00 Bar S Bologna or Cooked Salami, 12 oz
$1.25 Bob Evans Express Patties or Links, 8 oz
$1.49 Eckrich Regular or Bun Size Franks, 16 oz
$1.99/lb Armour Deli Style Ham

$0.50 Extra Large Green Peppers or Cucumbers
$1.50 Michigan Apples, 3 lb bag - Red or Golden Delicious, Gala, Macintosh, Empire or Jonathan

View all of the deals in the
Oak Ridge Ad here.



OAK RIDGE COUPON POLICY here! Print it and take it with you if needed (although there may be a large poster near the registers in your store)!

All locations now appear to be using the published coupon policy. Each store will:

  • Double up to 3 identical coupons, but for each identical coupon you will need to purchase a different variety/flavor
  • Accept printable coupons ONLY if they scan

FRASER - 31240 Groesbeck (at 13 Mile) 586.296.7230
WARREN - 30800 Hoover Rd (at 13 Mile) 586.558.8500
WARREN - 26700 Ryan Rd (near 11 Mile) 586.754.0016
ROYAL OAK - 2560 Crooks Rd (at Webster, btw 12-13 Mile) 248.280.2820

Store hours vary slightly by location.

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