Coupon Preview: Sunday, August 2, 2015 (3 inserts)

coupon preview You can look forward to THREE COUPON INSERTS in the Sunday newspaper this weekend: 1 SmartSource (SS)  insert and 2 RedPlum (RP) inserts.

You may want to build your coupon collection by purchasing extra newspapers, especially if you find there are a number of coupons you’ll use.

Remember that coupon selection and values vary according to region, so your paper might not include these exact coupons (though it’s a reasonable estimate). In general, newspapers with larger circulation will have better coupons, but you’ll want to check the papers in your area to be sure.

COUPON PREVIEW

Some coupons that may be of interest include:

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ONLY $1.24 for Malt O Meal Bag Cereal at Kroger!

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Large size bags of Malt O Meal Cereal are $1.99 at Kroger. Print a $0.75/1 or $1.50/2 coupon and pay ONLY $1.24 each!

At Kroger through August 11:

$1.99 Malt O Meal Cereal, 17-23.5 oz (mega price)
$0.75/1 Malt O Meal Cereal printable coupon, 18 oz or larger (zip 23502) or
$1.50/2 printable (zip 77477)
$1.24 each after coupon

You must purchase 5 participating mega event items to get this price. Mix & match!

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Nino Salvaggio: July 29 – August 4, 2015

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Nino Salvaggio: PRODUCE

$0.33 Michigan Cucumbers, each
$0.79 Michigan Kale or Tuscan Kale, bunch
$0.99/lb Bartlett Pears
$0.99/lb Michigan Roma Tomatoes
$1.50 Michigan Grape Tomatoes
$2.00 Cantaloupes or Mini Watermelons, each
$2.00 Romaine Hearts, 3 ct pkg
$2.50 Earthbound Farm Organic Salads, 5 oz
$2.99/lb Organic Red or Green Grapes

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Randazzo Fresh Market: July 29 – August 4, 2015

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PRODUCE

$0.99 Romaine Hearts, 3 ct pkg
$0.99 Aunt Mid’s Mini Carrots, 1 lb bag
$1.00 Michigan Grape Tomatoes, pint
$1.50 Michigan Blueberries, pint
$2.50 Organic Carrots, 2 lb bag

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Kroger: $1.49 Snickers, Dove or Twix Ice Cream Bars!

$1.00 off any 1 Mars Ice Cream SNICKERS Multipacks

Cool off with $1.49 Snickers, Dove or Twix Ice Cream Bars at Kroger with $1.00/1 coupon!

At Kroger through August 11:

$2.49 Snickers, Dove or Twix Ice Cream Bars (mega price)
$1.00/1 Mars Ice Cream Bars printable coupon or (from 7-12 RP)
$1.49 after coupon

You must purchase 5 participating mega event items to get this price. Mix & match.

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Kroger: FREE Birds Eye Steamfresh Protein Blends and Flavor Fulls

birds eyeBirds Eye Protein Blends and Flavor Fulls are $0.99 mega price at Kroger. FREE with $1.00/1 coupons. The coupons expire August 2 so you only have a few days to get this deal!

At Kroger through August 2:

$0.99 Birds Eye Steamfresh Protein Blends or Flavor Fulls (mega price)
-$1.00/1 BE Steamfesh Protein Blends coupon (from 6-21 SS, exp 8-2) or
-$1.00/1 BE Steamfresh Flavor Fulls coupon (from 6-21 SS, exp 8-2)
after coupon

You must purchase 5 participating mega event items to get this price. Mix & match.

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Kroger: $0.44 Smucker’s Ice Cream Topping!

smucker's ice cream toppingThe Mega Event has started at Kroger, and we’re just beginning to uncover the best unadvertised deals in the store! So far there is a lot of money-saving potential. Start making your list!

Make sure you’ve printed this $0.55/1 Smucker’s Ice Cream coupon so that you can stock up for your next ice cream sundae! These toppings are also great when baking.

$0.55 off any Smuckers Ice Cream Topping

At KROGER through August 11:

$1.99 Smucker’s Ice Cream Toppings
-$1.00 on each when you mix/match 5 mega event items
-$0.55/1 Smucker’s topping printable coupon
$0.44 after coupon (reg $2.99)

 

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What you should know about the MICHIGAN SCANNER LAW

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(also known as The 2011 Shopping Reform and Modernization Act)

The scanner law is often discussed when shoppers are overcharged for any reason. The terms of the law, however, are not quite that simple. As a Michigan shopper, it can make a difference to be educated in what this law means for you – and the bonus it can bring you for your trouble.

If you were familiar with the Michigan Scanner Law in the past, the terms were updated in 2011. The most notable change is that stores are required to display the price of items offered for sale in the store at the place where the item is located, but are no longer required to individually mark the price on the item itself (no price tags).

TIP: Print a Scanner Error Bill of Rights card to keep in your wallet or coupon organizer for reference. It’s also available in large print.

In Michigan, most items on store shelves must be clearly displayed with a price (by signage, electronic reader, price sticker, etc.). Another method of price display can be used, as long as it “clearly and reasonably” shows the price of the item and it’s at the place where the item is located.

MICHIGAN SCANNER LAW

IF an automatic checkout system (scanner) charges you more than the displayed price of an item, AND:

  1. The transaction has been completed AND
  2. You have a receipt clearly showing the item purchased and the price charged for it.

THEN, you have 30 days to contact the store (either in person or in writing). If you have found an error and have your receipt, the store may refund you the difference in pricing plus a “bonus” of ten times the difference. The bonus must be at least $1.00, but may not be more than $5.00.

  • If you purchase several identical items at once and were overcharged on each, you may collect the bonus only once, but you are entitled to the refund of the difference for each identical item.
  • If the seller does not pay you both the refund and the bonus, you may bring a lawsuit to recover your actual damages or $250.00, whichever is greater, plus reasonable attorney fees up to $300.00.
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