Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Best Deals Roundup

The most worthwhile deals from around the blogosphere:

If you have a Kmart store nearby, I'm jealous! They may be offering Super Double Coupons this week! Apparantly, during these events they double coupons up to $2.00! I bet you could score some amazing deals, especially if your store has a lot of food products. Money Saving Mom has some links to help you out here.

If you don't have a Kmart, maybe you can take advantage of Harris Teeter's Triple Coupons this week. I would advise checking out Frugal in Virginia in the next few days for coupon matchups. I'm sure she will have a good list.

The Target deals just keep coming! Check out the current list here and here. Every time I go into Target I keep getting a free loaf of the mini artisan bread with this coupon! They have ciabatta, sour dough, harvest grain, and mini baguettes. I've tried the harvest grain, and it was really good. has another great promotion going on - 70% off! You can click on the image on my sidebar and enter code SAVE at checkout. This can be used on both $25 gift certificates (to get them for $3!) and on the Dinner of the Month club, and it's valid through March 31.

And finally, check back later this week for something exciting: I'm going to be hosting my first giveaway!


  1. Liz, my name is Jana. I live in Mclean, infact I live by Tara Judge. She has told me about your coupon experiences and how you always get good deals. We moved into this area about 9 months ago from Utah were the cost of groceries were alot cheaper. I am very interested in using coupons but I don't know how to do it. I was wondering if I can pick your brain. Maybe we can meet up and discuss it. What do you think?


    Turns out that you can probably use the $/$$ Shopper's Food Warehouse coupons in Thursday's Washington Post and other papers at Harris Teeter - we just checked the posted online coupon policy which allows competitors' $/$$ coupons. Sweeeeeeet!

  3. Jana, I would love to correspond or meet with you. Send me an email at, and we can work out the details!


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