I don’t know what’s up with Ralphs/the post office, because there wasn’t a holiday this week and yet the new Ralphs ad was not in my mailbox yesterday. So the match ups will be up eventually, but unfortunately I have a rather full day today so I’m not sure how quickly I can get them done. In the meantime, go check out these deals:
Amazon’s Video Game Deal of the Day is EA Sports Active 2 and EA NFL Training Camp for $48.99 each. I’m finding fitness games to be a good way of adding variety to my exercise routine, especially since I can’t use the treadmill very much due to my plantar fasciitis. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
Amazon also has a sweet deal today on Popchips – get 46% off the list price, plus an additional 15% off with Subscribe & Save. It makes the bigger bags just over $1 each, and the small bags less than $0.50 apiece.
Today only, Plum District is offering $5 AMC movie theater tickets in Los Angeles. According to Bargain Briana, although the tickets can be used nationwide, you can only purchase them if you have an address within the area for which the deal is offered, unlike other daily deal sites (but unlike yesterday’s Orange County Regal Entertainment deal, I don’t see a residency restriction in the fine print). Thank you if you join(ed) Plum District using my referral link!
There are new coupons at Cellfire.com – they seem to be the usual General Mills products, plus $2/1 Cortaid. Plus, log in tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. PST to win a coupon for up to $5 off at your Kroger store. Links via MySavings.com.
If you have a favorite SoCal restaurant recipe, you might want to check out the LA Times‘ Culinary SOS recipes (all 107 of them, since they don’t seem to searchable).
Wild for Wags reports that you can get Kleenex for as low as $0.39 per box this week at Walgreens. Note: The LA Times only had $0.50/3 coupons, so we would be paying $0.46 per box.
I like Money Saving Mom‘s suggestion to think of emergency funds as an insurance policy rather than an investment.
Freebies 4 Mom has a good post on how to spot fraudulent coupons.
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