Well, I promised I would try to write more often, but I got sick last weekend, and I have a fiscal situation that is still unresolved.
But there is one deal I can't let pass by without letting you know about it.
Again, CVS has Cheerios on sale for 2/$5, which is good deal, but it's an even better deal with the coupon I heard about from Marina Rojas, a fellow member of Plink, which is a program where one points for spending money at dining and retail establishments to spend on gift cards.
The coupon Marina let us know about was a Buy 1, Get 1 Free coupon for Cheerios. That makes the Cheerios 2/$2.50. You can make that 2/$1.50 if you're a member of SavingStar. They have a $1/2 rebate on Cheerios this month. So that makes each box of Cheerios 75 cents.
For those of you who prefer Kellogg's cereals and getting some extrabucks rewards along with them, CVS is a Buy $12, Get $4 extrabucks rewards deal that includes Rice Krispies Treats, Pop-tarts 6-8 ct., Kellogg's Cereal 8.7-13.7 oz. or Cars Fruit Snacks 10 ct. Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com has several coupons good toward the deal. They are:
$1/3 Kellogg's® Cereals (8.7 oz. or Larger, Any Flavor, Mix or Match)
$1/2 Kellogg's Raisin Bran® Cereals (13.7 oz. or Larger, Any Flavor, Mix or Match)
50 cents/1 Kellogg's® Froot Loops® Cereal (8.7 oz. or Larger, Any Flavor)
Even without the coupons, all the Kellogg's items in the deal are reasonably priced at $1.99 this week.
Other items eligible for the deal are:
Folgers Coffee 10.3-11.3 oz.: 2/$6
Jif Peanut Butter 16-18 oz or Smucker's Preserves 18 oz.: 2/$5
Jif To Go 3 ct.: 99 cents
Couldn't find any coupons for the above items, but I stumbled onto the Jif Most Creative Sandwich Contest. By casting a vote, you could win a coupon for a free Jif product valued up to $4 (excluding Jif to Go products). The coupons will be awarded after the end of the contest, which is Feb. 7. You can vote once a day until then for a chance at a coupon.
Well, it's been great writing another CVS Tips. I always like to help others save some money.