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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Morning Coffee: Ralphs deals will post this afternoon

I've come to realize that I really dread Tuesday nights and staying up late to get the Ralphs deals posted first thing in the morning, so from now on, I plan to post them on Wednesday afternoon. Not having that self-imposed pressure will make me so much happier! So this week's Ralphs deals will post later, but I can tell you that the Mega Sale continues and it looks like most of the same prices are staying the same from last week.

Coupons.comThere are still more new coupons at, including high value Kotex coupons, and $3/1 KY Jelly (print two to use at Rite Aid for a moneymaker). Links via Logical Media.

Amazon is offering a $10 promo credit when you buy $20 worth of magazine subscriptions this month. This is a chance to get a great deal on All You: Get a 2-year subscription to All You for $34, then get the $10 credit applied to your account within ten days, making your subscription just $1 per issue. Or, you could purchase two 6-month subscriptions for $10 each, and receive 12 issues for $10 ($0.83/issue). You're guaranteed to save more than the cost of the subscription if you use the coupons inside! I'm taking this opportunity to renew my own subscription :) 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!

Get a printable coupon $0.75/1 Huggies wipes - it's a manufacturer's coupon from Target.

The printable coupon for $1/1 Nabisco Cookies with the purchase of a gallon of milk is back.

Get a printable coupon for a free travel sized Signature Collection item with any purchase at Bath & Body Works (exp 2/22).

Facebook likers of Pillsbury can get a printable coupon for $3/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments when you buy 3 Pillsbury refrigerated items.

Here's a new link to the Organize in Style coupon book.

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  • At 2/2/11, 7:03 AM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    Personally, I miss the morning coffee posts when you do the Ralphs matchups, so I much prefer Wed. afternoon. You are less stressed out, and we get our morning coffee fix :)

    What's funny about this week's ad is that, last week, the unadvertised items matched the prices of the Kroger stores elsewhere (hunt's, rotel, etc). But this week, the advertised prices are higher (.79 for the diced tomatoes). There has to be a marketing ploy in there somewhere (or they just secretly wanted to please people like me who really needed to stock up on tomatoes, but didn't want the rest of SoCal to know about it ;) )

  • At 2/2/11, 7:49 AM, Blogger Chief Family Officer said…

    Thanks, Rebecca - I really appreciate that! Interesting about the unadvertised items, I didn't realize that. (I only made it to Ralphs yesterday, and didn't notice that but I didn't buy much either.)


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