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  • Deal Roundup: Target, Walmart, Walgreens

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    A roundup of the hottest deals and scenarios at popular stores like Target – perfect for beginner and expert bargain hunters alike. Thank you for printing through the affiliate coupon links below, which helps support this site at no additional cost to you! As with all deals, availability and prices can vary so be sure to verify them before making your purchase. You can read CFO’s full disclosure here.

    Deal Roundup - Apr 21, 2017 | Chief Family Officer

    Target: Charmin for $0.19 per Regular Roll
    This deal runs next week – print your coupons while they’re available!
    Buy: 2 Charmin Mega Plus Rolls 12ct or Double Plus Rolls 24ct at $13.99 each
    use: (2) $1/1 Charmin coupons
    Pay: $25.94
    Receive: $5 Target GiftCard
    Final Price: $10.49 per pack or $0.19 per Regular Roll
    4/23-4/29. Via Passion for Savings.

    Walmart: FREE French’s Ketchup
    Buy: 1 French’s Ketchup at $1.98 {price may vary}
    Pay: $1.98
    Submit for: $2/1 French’s Ketchup Checkout 51 rebate
    Final Price: FREE
    Ends 4/26. Via Money Saving Mom.

    Walgreens: Viva Paper Towels for $0.46 per Roll
    This deal runs next week – print your coupon while it’s available!
    Buy: 1 Viva Paper Towels 6ct at $4.99 {price may vary}
    Use: $0.75/1 Viva Vantage or Viva Paper Towels coupon
    Pay: $4.24
    Submit for: $1.50/1 Viva Paper Towels 6ct+ Checkout 51 rebate
    Final Price: $2.74 or $0.46 per Roll
    4/23-4/29, although may end 4/26 if Checkout 51 rebate doesn’t return on Thursday. Via Passion for Savings.

    Roundup: Up to 700 SB with April Swago, 40% off Menchie’s vouchers, Free Annie’s Mac & Cheese, and More

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    Our daily roundup includes the best of the latest coupons, deals, and info I think you may find interesting. Prices and deals can change at any time so be sure to verify them before making your purchase. Please note this post contains affiliate links that help support this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you for using them! You can read CFO’s full disclosure here.

    Daily Roundup of Coupons, Deals, and More - Apr 21, 2017 @ ChiefFamilyOfficer.com

    ~ What I love today: The innovation of a place to put soy sauce in a take-out/market sushi lid.

    Swagbucks has a new round of bingo-inspired Swago, so it’s time to get your SB bonus! Get up to a 700 SB bonus, worth $7 in the gift cards of your choice by clicking the “Join” button to ensure you get credit for your activities starting Monday 4/24 at 9am PT, and be sure to submit your board before the Monday (5/1) noon PT deadline to get your bonus (you can only submit your board once, so choose wisely!).

    ~ Groupon: $5 Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt vouchers for $3 each (Sherman Oaks) or $3.25 each (Gage Village)

    ~ Today only at Amazon: Kindle edition of Upstairs at the White House: My Life with the First Ladies for just $1.99 {$14.99 value; 4.5 stars in 2,794 reviews; I read this a few months ago when it was last a Kindle Daily Deal and it was so good – such an interesting perspective of life in the White House}

    ~ Today only at Amazon: Kindle edition of The New James Beard cookbook for just $1.99 {$14.99 value; 4.2 stars in 17 reviews}

    ~ Today only at Amazon: “Breaking Bad: The Complete Series” on Blu-ray for $34.99 {$96.12 value; 4.5 stars in 1984 reviews}

    ~ Today only at Amazon: Diamond Solitaire Earrings starting at $199.99 {up to 52% off! great gift for Mother’s Day}

    ~ MySavings: Coupon for a FREE Annie’s mac and cheese today only for Ralphs/Kroger shoppers

    ~ MySavings: Free bottle of Nestea iced tea

    ~ MySavings: Meow Mix cat treats for $0.95 at Target

    ~ MySavings: Free Clorox disinfecting wipes for new TopCashback members

    ~ New Coupons.com printables:

    $0.50 off Bananas when you buy 4 Buddy Fruits
    $1.00 off one Hallmark

    ~ Hip2Save: Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies or Bunny Grahams for $1.24 at Walgreens

    ~ Hip2Save: Eggo Waffles for $1.49 at Target {no coupons required}

    ~ Totally Target: Pillsbury Toaster Strudels for $1.49 at Target {no coupons required}

    ~ Passion for Savings: Xtra laundry detergent for $0.99 next week at CVS


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    Deal Roundup: Target, Vons/Pavilions

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    A roundup of the hottest deals and scenarios at popular stores like Target – perfect for beginner and expert bargain hunters alike. Thank you for printing through the affiliate coupon links below, which helps support this site at no additional cost to you! As with all deals, availability and prices can vary so be sure to verify them before making your purchase. You can read CFO’s full disclosure here.

    Deal Roundup - Apr 20, 2017 | Chief Family Officer

    Target: Windex Multi-Surface Spray for $1.78
    Buy: 4 Windex Multi-Surface Sprays at $3.12 each and B3G1 Free
    Use: (3) $0.75/1 Windex Multi-Surface Product coupons
    Final Price: $1.78 each
    Ends 4/22. Via Hip2Save.

    Vons/Pavilions: Bounty for $0.70 per Regular Roll
    Buy: 1 Bounty Paper Towels 8 Large Rolls at $7.99
    Use: $1/1 Bounty coupon
    Final Price: $6.99, or $0.70 per Regular Roll
    Ends 4/25. Limit 2, including Charmin deal below.

    Vons/Pavilions: Charmin for $0.22 per Regular Roll
    Buy: 1 Charmin Bath Tissue 16 Double Rolls or 8 Mega Rolls at $7.99
    Use: $1/1 Charmin coupon
    Final Price: $6.99, or $0.22 per Regular Roll
    Ends 4/25. Limit 2, including Bounty deal above.

    Vons/Pavilions: Kellogg’s Cereal for $0.88
    Buy: 3 Kellogg’s Cereal at $1.88 each WYB 3
    Use: (3) $1/1 Kellogg’s Cereal Kellogg’s Family Rewards coupon {requires 850 points each}
    Final Price: $0.88
    Ends 4/25. Frosted Mini-Wheats and Raisin Bran included. You can find other Kellogg’s cereal coupons here

    Roundup: 15% off Steak N Shake gift cards, 25% off Silpada Jewelry, and More

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    Our daily roundup includes the best of the latest coupons, deals, and info I think you may find interesting. Prices and deals can change at any time so be sure to verify them before making your purchase. Please note this post contains affiliate links that help support this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you for using them! You can read CFO’s full disclosure here.

    Daily Roundup of Coupons, Deals, and More - Apr 20, 2017 @ ChiefFamilyOfficer.com

    ~ What I love today: Reminders of how lucky I am to be an American, and the amazing courage of those who fear for their lives for speaking against an oppressive government and yet do so anyway.

    Swagbucks: Get a whopping 15% cashback via SB when you purchase Steak ‘N Shake gift cards from MyGiftCardsPlus

    ~ Today only at Amazon: 25% off all Amazon Exclusives Silpada Jewelry {prices start at $14.25}

    ~ Today only at Amazon: Deals on Kindle books by Nicholas Sparks, James Patterson (the first Alex Cross novel), Sophie Kinsella, Maya Angelou, and more!

    ~ MySavings: Free SampleSource Spring Sample Packs

    ~ MySavings: Free subscription to Tennis magazine

    ~ MySavings: Skittles for $0.34 at Walgreens

    ~ MySavings: Free Kitty Kong cat toy for Purina Cat Chow Perks members

    ~ Target.com: Free $50 value welcome kit when you create a baby registry

    ~ New Coupons.com printables:

    $5.00 off one Diaper Genie Expressions
    $0.75 off one Barilla ProteinPLUS pasta
    $3.00 off one Schick Quattro for Women Refill
    $4.00 off one Phillips

    ~ The Kitchn: How to make your own nut milk

    ~ The Kitchn: 3 principles of vegan baking

    ~ Hip2Save: Siggi’s Yogurt for $0.62 at Target

    ~ Hip2Save: Good Thins crackers for $1.18 at Target

    ~ Passion for Savings: Free Nutro dog food at Petco

    ~ Printable Coupons: Orgain protein powder for $3.39 at Target


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    Best of Ralphs Coupon Match Ups and Deals: April 19 – 25, 2017

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    This summary of deals at Ralphs is based on the online ad for my San Fernando Valley store. I don’t list all of the sale items, only the good ones. If I missed any, please let us know in the comments. I don’t print every coupon, so please verify quantities and value. Learn about shopping at Ralphs, including their coupon policy, here. Don’t forget to load the weekly coupons on the Ralphs Facebook page for more discounts!

    I’ve marked what I consider to be stock-up prices with an asterisk (*). It may not be the lowest price I’ve ever seen, but it’s low enough that I think it’s worth buying extra if it’s something you buy regularly.

    Thank you for printing your coupons through the links below. Many are affiliate links that help support this site at no cost to you!

    COUPON AND REBATE DEALS

    *General Mills Cereal – 3/$5
    Pictured: Honey Nut Cheerios
    $0.75/1 General Mills Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp or Trix Cereal
    $0.75/2 General Mills Big G Cereals
    $0.75/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereal – 3-12-17 SS (exp 04/22/17)
    $1.00/3 General Mills Big G or Nature Valley Cereal – 3-19-17 SS (exp 04/29/17)
    Final Price: As low as $0.92

    *Bush’s Best Baked or Grillin’ Beans – $1.77
    $1.00/2 Bush’s Baked Beans 28oz – 4-2-17 SS (exp 05/14/17)
    $1.00/3 Bush’s Baked Beans or Organic Baked Beans 15-16oz – 4-2-17 SS (exp 05/14/17)
    $1.00/2 Bush’s Grillin’ Beans or Limited Edition Beans 22oz – 4-2-17 SS (exp 05/14/17)
    Final Price: As low as $1.27

    Quilted Northern 6 Mega Rolls
    Brawny Paper Towels 6 Big Rolls
    – $5.99 each WYB 2
    $0.25/1 Quilted Northern Ultra Plush Bath Tissue
    $0.50/1 Quilted Northern Bath Tissue – 4-9-17 RP (exp 05/09/17)
    $0.75/1 Brawny Paper Towels; Includes 6 Rolls or Larger
    $0.25/1 Brawny Paper Towel – 4-2-17 RP (exp 05/02/17)
    Final Price: As low as $5.49

    *Energizer Batteries 1-4ct – $1.99
    $0.75/1 Energizer batteries
    $0.75/1 Energizer Batteries or Flashlight – 4-9-17 SS (exp 05/20/17)
    Final Price: $1.24

    *FREE FRIDAY DOWNLOAD
    Visit Ralphs.com/FreeFridayDownload on Friday for a digital coupon for a FREE Annie’s Mac & Cheese

    OTHER DEALS

    MEAT & SEAFOOD

    *Foster Farms Chicken – 50% off
    Split Breasts, Drumsticks, Thighs, Whole Chicken

    *Jennie-O Ground Turkey – $1.97/lb

    Pork Shoulder Roast Bone-in – $1.99/lb

    Boneless Pork Loin Roast – $2.99/lb

    Boneless Chuck Steak or Roast – $4.99/lb

    PRODUCE

    *Red, Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers – $0.88 each

    *Hass Avocado – $0.88 each

    *Personal Seedless Watermelon – $1.77 each

    Jumbo Cantaloupe – $1.77 each

    California Seedless Mandarins 3lb bag – $3.99

    Red Tomatoes on the Vine – $0.99/lb

    Eggplant – $0.99 each

    English Seedless Cucumbers – $0.99 each

    Asian Pears – $0.99 each

    Cucumbers or Green Bell Peppers – 2/$0.99

    White Corn – 2/$1

    Organic Red Tomatoes on the Vine – $1.99/lb

    Organic Lemons – $0.79 each

    Simple Truth Organic Mini Peeled Carrots 16oz – $1.50

    Organic Avocado – $1.50 each

    MISC ITEMS

    Quaker Cereal or Chewy Granola Bars – 3/$5

    Kroger Cheese – $1.88

    Kroger Sour Cream, Dip or Cottage Cheese – $1.89

    Ways to Lower Your Moving Expenses

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    The following is a post from Jenna Smith. Consideration was received for the editing and publishing of this post.

    Moving to a new location, whether out of town or across the country, can be very expensive. However, there are many ways to save money and make the move more enjoyable.

    Dispose of unnecessary items

    You don’t realize just how many things you accumulate over the years. If you haven’t cleaned out your basement, attic, or garage for several years, now is the time to go through these areas of your home and start the process of disposing of unnecessary items. Many people store things away thinking that someday they will find a use for them, but if you are moving, reducing the piles of things collected over the years will help to save you a lot of money. You can ask family members if they want any of the items first and then toss or sell the rest.

    Host a yard sale

    Having a yard sale is a great way to not only lighten your load but also to bring in some extra cash to help offset the total cost of the move. Set up some tables on your front lawn and post signs to attract attention. Many people look for bargains on things like children’s clothing, furniture and accessories, tools, artwork, tables, and collectibles.

    Decide whether to rent a truck or hire a moving company

    The biggest decision you need to make is whether to rent a truck and drive yourself or use a moving company. There are pros and cons to both. With moving companies, you don’t have to worry about possible damage caused by the drive or storage of your items. You also don’t have to lift heavy things in and out of a truck or organize them so they fit. On the downside, you do have to have everything in order and ready to go when they get there and you will have to wait at the other end for your things to arrive. If you decide to drive yourself, you can work on your own schedule, but you’ll have to do the lifting and unpacking, as well as the driving, on your own.

    Take only what you really want

    Everything you bring will take up space on the truck. So whether you choose to drive or hire movers you’re still going to face the same dilemma, deciding on what to bring.  Family heirlooms, your furniture and basic clothing and supplies should be the things you focus on. Anything beyond that, you really should think whether you really want it. Because once you get to the other end, you’re going to have to find a place for it.

    Pack up ahead of time

    Once you get a definitive date scheduled for your move, it’s time to start slowly packing up your things so that you don’t do a mad dash at the end to get it all done. Packing takes time. You want everything neat, organized and identified so that when you get to your new home you can put the boxes in the room where they belong and then start to unpack. If things are a mess from the start, you’re going to have a difficult time at your new place.

    Packing supplies

    If you decide to use a moving company, you can still save money by using your own packing supplies and packing the boxes yourself. Companies do have a certain requirement for how many boxes you can have, as well as their sizes. Just make sure to follow the guidelines. Purchasing the boxes and packing up on your own can save you hundreds on your move.

    Moving to a new home is exciting. You get to meet new people and experience a new way of life. If you plan ahead and declutter your home prior to packing, you’ll save money and have room for all the new things you’ll want to buy for your new home.