Here are the buys of the week – so that you can save green while being green (you can’t get anymore eco-chic than that!)
- Eggland Best $2.00
Use $.35 coupon from 9/12 coupon insert
- Alexia Potatoes $2.99
Use $1.00 printable and Nov/AY
Thanks Cherry Picker!!!
CVS – I’ve got nothing this week!
- Duracell Rechargeable or Flashlight Purchases
-$5 SCR #35 WYB $20 worth
Duracell Rechargeable Pre-Charged Batteries 2 or 4 pk., 20% off Regular Retail
-$2 off Duracell Rechargeable batteries, Charger, or Daylite flashlight, RP 11/14
- $2 +UP WYB Bio True 10 oz., at $7.99 with in ad coupon (Bio True is a more natural contact solution)
-$1 off Bausch & Lomb Biotrue multipurpose solution, 10 oz + printable
-$1.50 off Bausch & Lomb BioTrue product, 10 oz +, SS 8/15 (EXP 12/03)
-$2 off Bausch & Lomb Biotrue Solution, 2 oz + printable
(use $2 off, makes it $3.99)
- $1 +UP WYB (2) Green Works $2.50
-$1 off Greenworks products (Rite Aid coupon), (no longer available to watch) printable
Special thanks to Southern Savers for the Rite Aid deals 🙂
- Fage Greek Yogurt 5.3-7 oz – 4/$5
-.50/1 Fage Greek Yogurt (sign up required)
-$1/1 Fage Total Greek Yogurt Facebook Q (under Offers Tab)
= as low as .25 cents each after a $1/1 coupon
- Brita Filter Deal (way better than bottled H2O)
- Seventh Generation Cleaning, Select (Trigger Shown) $2.49*
-$1/1 Seventh Generation Item Target Coupon PRINT x1/1/11
-$1/1 Seventh Generation Item excl single roll paper towels 8-8-10 RP x12/31
-$1/1 Seventh Generation Product (spray or wipes)
-$2/2 ANY Seventh Generation Products
= .49 cents each after coupon
Thanks to Totally Target for these fab deals!
Most of these deals are based on using the coupons listed as well as using the rewards systems at various drug and grocery stores to your advantage (coupon matching to the ad). Cherry Picker, Southern Savers, and Totally Target are all great blogs with perfect descriptions of these systems. However, I usually pick up these deals even if I do not have the coupons listed – they are generally the best prices for these items!
FYI: I always try to clip coupons on Sunday to get the best eco-chic deals. As I have said before, I truly believe that the best way to be eco-chic is make it as easy as possible (both financially and personally). It is easier for me to justify the cost of my green purchases and organic food when I make it as cheap as possible. I do have a mini-stockpile of products (8 boxes of Kashi cereal anyone? but I got them for $0.50 each!) but it’s worth it to me!