Coupon Match Ups Jan 19 to 25
Atlantic Coupon Match Ups Starting January 19th, 2016
Prices featured in our Match Ups are the Atlantic Canadian Prices in this week’s published flyers.
Please note: all coupons listed in our Coupon Match Ups with the weekly specials are not necessarily available to find right at the moment.
i.e. The coupons found on tear pads or in magazines from a few months ago may have expiry dates in August or December. They would be hard to find now, but many of us have them to use still.
CLICK HERE for a list of coupon abbreviations
I hope this clarifies why you may not be able to find some of them.
Purple = FREE with coupon/cash back
Apps You Can Use to save even more: Digital Coupons: Coupgon
REMINDER: Checkout 51 offers may vary by account
ATLANTIC SUPERSTORENO TAX Saturday Jan 21st
- (Thurs/Fri/Sat) Palmolive Dish Det $1.77 - $1 (insert) = $0.77
- (Thurs/Fri/Sat) Mr. Clean $1.77 - $0.50 (print) = $1.27
- Pork Side Ribs $1.77/lb
- Strawberies 2lb $4.88
- Kraft Cheese Bars 450g $3.99
- ML Flaked Meat $0.99
- Oikos Creations 3/ $9.99 - $2.50 wub2/ $1 (print)=$2.16 each
- Dan Active $4.99- $1.25 (print)=$3.74
- Wonder Bread $1.88 - $1 WYB2 (booklet) = $1.38
- ML Flaked Meat $0.99
- Black Diamond Cheese Blocks 450g $4.44
- Heinz Ketchup $2.99
- ML Meat Pies $0.88
- Honey Bunches Of Oats $1.99
- Bear Paws $2 - $1 (select, Tear Pad)= $1
- Johnsonville Sausages $3 - $2 (mail out) = $1
- Europe's Best $3.97 - $2 (Checkout 51) = $1.97
- Admiral Tuna $0.88
- Advil, various $8.88-$3 (print)=$5.88
- Chef Boyardee 4/$3.88
- Tresemme 739ml $3.99
- Dove Bars 2pk $1.99-$1.50 wyb2(Tear pad) = $1.24
- (Fri/Sat/Sun) Ben's Smart Bread $1.99
- (Fri/Sat/Sun) Clover Leav Tuna $0.99
- (Fri/Sat/Sun) Aylmer $0.99 - $1 wyb2 (if Accents, TP)=$0.49
- Snack Pack Pudding 4pk $0.99
- Crest Toothpaste $1.99 - $1 (insert/print)
- Tresemme 739ml $3.99
- Buddig Meats 4/$3 or $0.75 - $1 wyb5 (print) = $0.55 each
- High Liner Pan Sears $6.97 - $2 (print)= $4.97
- Dove Bars 4pk or Body Wash $2.97 - $1.50 wyb2 (tear pad) = $2.22
- Eggos $2.47 - $0.75 (tear pad) = $1.72
- Cauliflower $2.97
- Sweet Potatoes $..97/lb
SHOPPERS DRUG MART20X points when you spend $50+ (Saturday)
- SAT ONLY Wonder Bread $1.88 - $1 wyb2 (booklet) = $1.38
- SAT ONLY Tide $4.99 - $1 print) = $3.99
- SAT ONLY Christie Crackers and Cookies $1.88
- SAT ONLY Quaker Granola Bars $1.88
- SAT ONLY Eggs $1.88
- SAT ONLY ML Bacon $3.49
- SAT ONLY Lantic Sugar $1.99
- L'oreal Expertise $3.99 - $2 (tear pad) = $1.99
- Casa Mendosa Tortillas 10's 2/$5
- (Thur/Fri/Sat) 2lb Carrots $0.99
- (Thur/Fri/Sat)2lb Onions $0.99
- Frozen utility Turkeys $1.27/lb
- Becel MArgring 907g $3.99 - various
- Chapman's Ice Cream $2.99 - various
- Eggo Waffles $1.99 - $0.75 (insert) = $1.24
- Melitta 40 pk Coffee $14.99 - $2 (Checkout 51) - $2.50 (Caddle) = $10.49
- Tampax Pearl $3.49 - $2 (print) = $1.49
- Always Infinity $3.49 - $2 (print) = $1.49
- Gillette Fusion Razon$9.99 - $2 (print) = $7.99
- L'Oreal Expertise $3.99 - $2 (tear pad) = $1.99
- Gold Fish creackers $1.99 - $0.50 various cash back (Caddle)= $1.49
- pork loin $1.77/lb
- 5pk Avocado $2.97
- Fresh express Coleslaw $1.77
- Broccoli $1.97
- Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent 140ld $9.94 -$1.50 (print)=$8.44
Jan 16-22 Our Weekly Meal PlanLast week I started posting our weekly Meal Plan with you and explained a bit about the process. This week is more condensed. If you wish to know more about how to meal plan, please click here. This week I went to Costco for some veggies and stoking up on a few bulk items we purchase there. We have some items we almost always purchase at Costco, Almonds and Dates are great snacks, and huge bags of spinach for salads, omelets and smoothies.
This trip to Costco we picked up the following:
- Spinach $3.89
- Mushrooms $4.99
- 5lb Clementines $3.79
- 2X Cheese Strings 40k $19.58 ($0.24 each)
- Almonds (snacks) $16.99
- Dates (snacks & protein balls/bars) $6.79
- 2 kg Peanut Butter $5.89
- Popcorn (snacks) $6.99
- 1kg Sliced Ham $9.89
- Pretzel Crackers $6.99 (divided up in snack bags)
Shoppers Drug Mart
- 4X 2L Milk ($3.39) $13.56
- Cereal Cream (we use in coffee) $2.99
- 2X Dozen Eggs ($1.88)
- 10lb Potatoes $2
- 3pk Romaine Lettuce $3.49
- Broccoli $1.99
Total: $7.48TOTAL PURCHASED:$113.58 As you can see in the above break down, many of the items I picked up at Costco will be used over the coming weeks and months as snack items. We portion out the almonds, dates, pretzels and popcorn for lunches and snacks. I purchased an extra dozen eggs to make Omelet Muffins (to freeze) and Pancakes (to freeze).
Meals this week will be selected from the following choices.
- Bic Mac Salad
- Thai Chicken & Rice Soup
- Twice Backed Potatoes, Chicken and Broccoli
- Spinach Salad & Maple Salmon
- Veggie Chili
- Tuna & Avocado Salad in Lettuce Wraps
- Pizza (take out)
Lunches for work and school will be:
- ham slices, grape tomatoes (remaining from last week), pretzel crackers, clementine, cheese string
- Ham and cheese sandwich, clementine or apple, pudding or yogurt
- Spinach salad with chicken or ham
- Boil 6-8 Eggs
- Grill 4 Chicken Breasts
- Bake Muffins
- Cook Pancakes (freeze for popping in the toaster)
- 12 Omelet Muffins(freeze)
- some extra bread to prep French Toast for freezing (Wonderbread @ Giant Tiger $1.88 - $1 wyb2 coupon = $1.38)
- Eggroll Bowl (Coleslaw mix at Walmart $1.77)
- Cola Pulled Pork (Walmart Cola $0.97)
This really and truly tastes like a Big Mac! Even my 13 year old said it was awesome...that's a huge compliment coming from him.
Big Mac Salad with Homemade Thousand Island Dressing
- 1 lb cooked Extra Lean Ground Beef OR Lean Ground Chicken, crumbled
- 6 cups Lettuce, diced
- 4 Dill Pickles, diced
- 1⁄4 cup raw Onion, diced
- 1 oz Light cheddar cheese, Shredded
- Thousand Island salad dressing (homemade recipe below)
- Cook ground beef in a skillet & drain.
- Place a bed of lettuce in your serving bowl.
- Combine ground beef, pickles and onion and spoon over lettuce.
- Top with dressing and sprinkle with cheese (optional).
- 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
- 2 Tbsp Ketchup
- 2 Tbsp Sweet Relish (or 4-5 sweet pickles chipped fine)
- 1 tsp Minced Garlic (1/2 clove)
- 1 Tbsp Vinegar
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
- Cover and place in fridge for 1 hour minimum.
- Lasts up to 5 days in refrigerator.
- 2 tsp dry active yeast
- 1 tsp sugar
- ½ cup warm water (not hot)
- 2½ cups flour, plus more for kneading (up to 1 cup more)
- ½ tsp salt
- ¼ cup olive oil
- ⅓ cup plain yogurt (I prefer greek)
- 1 large egg
- In a small bowl, combine the yeast, sugar and water. Stir to dissolve then let sit for 5 to 8 minutes until a froth appears. Once frothy, stir or whisk in the oil, yogurt, and egg until well combined.
- In a separate medium bowl, combine ONLY 1 cup of the flour with the salt. Next, create a well in the flour and pour the wet ingredients into the well and stir until combined. Continue adding flour, a half cup at a time, until you have a thick dough that is not overly sticky, about 1 to 1.5 cups more.
- Turn the ball of dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead the ball of dough for about 2-3 minutes. You can continue to add small amounts of flour as necessary to keep the dough from sticking. The dough should be smooth and very soft but not sticky. Adding dough while kneading should be done in small amounts, to avoid mess, and dough that becomes too stiff.
- Once you are done kneading, place dough in a clean bowl (you can rub a little olive oil on bowl). Cover the dough with clean dish towel and let it rise about 1 hour, it should be doubled in size.
- After it rises, gently flatten the dough with your hands and cut it into 8 equal pieces. Shape each piece into a small ball and set aside. Do not handle a whole lot.
- Heat a large, heavy skillet over medium heat. Roll out one ball at a time, until it is about ¼ inch thick. Place the into the hot skillet and cook until the bottom is golden brown and large bubbles have formed on the surface. Flip the dough and cook the other side until golden brown as well.
- Stack the cooked bread on a plate and cover with a towel to keep warm,until remaining pieces are ready.
Our Weekly Meal Plan Jan 9-15Hey folks! Have you recovered from the holiday meals, indulgences and schedules yet? This year I felt it took me a little longer to recover, but this morning was for planning and prepping! Yesterday I started to prep and got sidetracked by a messy fridge, thus venturing into the major job of cleaning out the fridge, post holidays. I decided to scrub the inside of the fridge, so needless to say, meal prep got a little delayed. Cleaning the fridge out did help me mentally though. Now I know it is done, another thing off my organizing/purging list! YEA! As you may already know, I am on a weightloss journey and continue to strive to find ways to eat healthier on a budget and that is convenient. Who has the time to be making food from scratch every meal? So, prep day helps with that, and I know there are always going to be new ideas and recipes that make this more and more convenient. We do still eat out occasionally, pizza is my favourite! The kids still get chicken nuggets and fries, candy and treats, all in moderation. My goal for 2017 is to get the whole family more on board with healthier choices. We still have store bought cereal / granola bars, puddings, etc...we are a real family. Not perfect in any way. Trying to make changes a bit at a time to better our lives and our environment. In January 2018, I look forward to seeing what my meal planning includes! Here are a few of the things I do weekly to help us all stay on track during the week and to keep this momma feeling in control of our food choices, (notice I did not say, keep me sane, that might take a little more help!).
- Go through flyers for best prices. Also check online for specials at local butchers, farmer's markets, bakeries and shops.
- Check freezer, fridge, pantry and make as many meals as possible with these items and items on sale this week.
- Make menu and shopping list.
Menu:I usually use this format to plan. Not assigning a day to the meal, but rather having everything prepped to make whichever I feel like doing that day. Here is my plan for this week. Recipes will be added as well, as I get them photographed and posted. Supper Time Planned Meals: January 9-15
- Maple Mustard Glazed Salmon, Quinoa and Veggies
- Taco Pie & Salad
- Homemade Naan BBQ Chicken Pizza & Salad
- Creamy Pork Chops & Hash brown Casserole
- Soup & Biscuits
- Hamburgers & baked Potato and Carrot Wedges
- Coconut Chicken Strips with Veggies & homemade Hummus
- Breakfast Burritos (In freezer)
- Boiled Egg & Toast
- Overnight Oatmeal (recipe below & more to come)
- Eggos (guess what? I have a waffle maker, but I am lazy about it, so Eggos it is!)
- yogurt, fruit, cereal always an option
Shopping:I picked up the following items to restock and prep for this week. Today's shopping was at Atlantic Superstore (I was in to CBC for an interview bright and early, same building as SS, so it was convenient to pop in and get my groceries then)
- 2 X Minigo 2/$5
- Plain Greek Yogurt $2.15
- Coconut Milk $2.99
- Almond Milk $2.99
- Fruit Tray, melon & berries $5.99 - 50% = $3 (I am the only one who eats melon, so rarely buy it, this is my treat)
- Taco Salad $7.50 -50% =$3.75
- Rolls 6pk $3.49 - 50%= $1.75
- 1lb Strawberries $4.99
- English Cucumber $1.49
- 4 pk Red Peppers $3.99
- Tomato Variety pack $6.99 - 50% = $3.50
- 4lb Gala Apples $4.99
- 4X Nectarines $3.03
- Lean Ground Beef $11.99 - 50% = $6
- Lean Ground Beef $12.21 - 50% = $6.10
- Pork Chops $4.91
- Pork Chops $4.91
- Chicken Breasts Value pack $13.52 - $0.75 Coupgon= $12.77 (8 pack,not pictured as I put them in the oven and slow cooker when I got home)
- rolled oats
- peanut butter
- maple syrup
- canned soup, cream of mushroom
- frozen veggies
- sour cream
- romaine lettuce
- eggs (from the local market)
- olive oil
- tomato sauce/pasta sauce
Prep Day:Prep day eliminates the scramble to prepare meals during the week. It takes time, some weeks more than others, but it is so very worthwhile. Once you get into the groove of doing this weekly, you will find it goes quicker and smoother. For some more meal prep ideas, click here.
- Boil 8 Eggs: for use with breakfast or snacks throughout the week. Protein!!
- Cut up and portion veggies for snacks and lunches (carrots, cucumbers and peppers)
- Broil 4 Chicken Breasts for lunches
- Package 2 packs of Creamy Pork Chops for the freezer (future meals)
- Make 2 omelets for lunches (spinach & cooked veggies already in freezer)
- Make 12 hamburger patties, 4 for this week, 8 to freeze.
- Make Naan bread. One large for pizza and 2-4 smaller for lunches.
- Mix up and freeze 2 hash brown casseroles (1 for this week, one for future menu)
- Cook, portion and freeze 4 cups rice (quinoa works well too, I already have some frozen for me this week).
- Make Spinach Bowl (sautee spinach with veggies and add a little feta for a side to lunch or supper)
THIS WEEK'S RECIPES
Overnight OatsIn mason jar (or cleaned small salsa jar, like I used), place the following ingredients, give it a good shake, and place in fridge overnight. In the morning you will have a lovely creamy pudding packed with goodness!! Great for breakfast or snack mid morning.
- 1/3-1/2 cup oats
- 1 Tbsp Chia Seeds
- 1/4 cup Greek Yogurt (regular yogurt if you have it is fine, simply reduce milk to 1/4 cup)
- 1/4-1/3 Cup Almond Milk, (soy, dairy, etc works as well)
- 3 cups Flour
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1 Tbsp Baking Powder
- 1 tsp Sugar
- 1/2 cup Butter
- 3/4 Cup Buttermilk (or milk with 1 Tbsp lemon juice or vinegar, let sit 5 min)
~~~~~~~~Here is one of the past pizza creations with homemade naan bread.
Here’s a list of the participating resorts:Ontario:
- Horseshoe Resort – lift tickets are $31.00
- Marble Mountain Ski Resort – lift tickets are $30.00 for adults, $22.50 for student/senior, $17.50 for youth and $15.00 for child
- Mont Tremblant – lift tickets are $43.00
- Ski Bromont – lift tickets are $34.00
- Stoneham – lift tickets are $31.00
- Castle Mountain Resort – lift tickets are $42.48 for adults and $37.48 for student/senior/junior, plus you’ll get a free gift on arrival
- Whistler Blackcomb – $25 for a lesson, rental and Learning Area Lift Ticket (ages 19+ only)
- Grouse Mountain – 50% off all regular lift ticket prices
- Mt. Seymor – lift tickets $28.00
- Tabor Mountain Ski Resort – lift tickets $22.00
- Silver Star Mountain Resort – lift tickets $50.00
- Red Mountain Resort – lift tickets $44.50
- Panorama Pure Canada – lift tickets $46.00
- Holiday Mountain Resort – lift tickets are $22.00 for adults, $19.00 for youth and $13.00 for juniors
- Mont Farlange – lift tickets - $17.50 for adults and $13.50 for students
- Marble Mountain - 50% off all regular lift ticket prices
Chicken "Pot Pie" WreathHere's my take on an easy Chicken Pie!Crescent rolls were on sale a few weeks ago for $0.99 a package. I picked up 4 and here is what I did with 2 packs. Over the holidays, my mom was visiting and when we have company, I like to serve more planned meals that are easy to throw together. This was one of the meals I made that is quick and super easy....and delicious.
- 2 pk Crescent Rolls
- 2 cups cubed cooked Chicken
- 1 cup Frozen Peas & Carrots (cooked)
- 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
- Salt & Pepper to taste.
- Makes 4-5 servings
- 2 pk Crescent Rolls ($0.99 each = $1.98)
- 2 cups cubed cooked Chicken (approx. $2, marked down chicken breast)
- 1 cup Frozen Peas & Carrots (cooked) ($0.50)
- 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup ($o.50)
- 2 Chicken Breasts, cooked and diced or shredded
- 2 tsp Coconut Oil
- 1 bag Carrots, matchstick cut (approx. 2.5 cups)
- 2 Tbsp Water
- 2 Tbsp Peanut Butter
- 1 Tbsp Lime Juice
- 2 tsp ground Ginger, or 1 Tbsp fresh chopped Ginger
- 6-8 portions, Romaine Lettuce or any other Leaf lettuce you wish to use as a wrap.
- Chopped nuts (peanuts or pecans) to garnish
- In skillet, heat 2 tsp Coconut Oil and then add carrots to sautée.
- Add 2 Tbsp water to carrots, cooking for about 5 minutes and stir occasionally.
- In a small bowl, combine 2 Tbsp Peanut Butter, 1 Tbsp Lime Juice, 1 tsp Garlic Powder and 2 tsp ground Ginger or 1 Tbsp chopped Fresh Ginger. Add to carrots in skillet and stir to combine. Turn off heat and let sit 5 minutes.
- In larger bowl, combine diced/ shredded chicken and carrot mixture.
- Spoon chicken mixture onto lettuce, sprinkle with chopped nuts and wrap to serve.
What to Buy in January - Seasonal DealsEverything has a season and time of year for clearance and restocking. Here are the things to watch for deals on in January!
- Christmas Decor, Wrapping, Cards, etc: I know this one is pretty obvious, most store are clearing out and put on deep discounts for seasonal items.
- Sports & Fitness: Not just the equipment in store, also watch for deals on gym memberships, nutrition programs and any other health and fitness type services. Many people are making resolutions regarding their health and the businesses usually offer deals to sway you in their direction.
- Winter Clothing: Most stores will start stocking shelves with the latest Spring fashions, and mark down and clear out the Winter gear. Watch for great sales on Snow suits and accessories (hats, gloves, scarves, etc).
- Bedding and Linens: Linens often go on sale in January as department stores host White Sales.
- Food: Produce to watch for at better prices this month tend to be the following -- celery, avocado, persimmon, cabbage, leaks, lemons, oranges, grapefruit, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, brussell sprouts, carrots and onions.
- Furniture: Many furniture manufacturers release their new lines in February. January is the perfect time to watch for clearance in furniture stores as they clear floor space for new arrivals.
- Fine Jewelry: The timeframe between Christmas and the end of February (before Valentine's Day) can be slower for jewelry sales. You can often find fabulous deals on high quality jewelry this time of year.
Coupon Deal Match Ups Jan 5 - 11
Here are the flyer Deals and Coupon Match Ups for January 5 thru 11, 2017
- BL/SL Froze Chicken Breast $2.00/lb
- Avocado $1 each
- Broccoli $2 each
- Strawberries 1lb $3
- Kraft Peanut Butter (if Natural)$3.00 - $1 (print) = $2.00
- Kellogg's Cereals $2 - $1 (peelie) = $1
- Cheerios, select $2.00 -$5.00 wyb3 (save.ca) =$0.33/box
- Jamieson Vitamins 60% off!
- Lean Gr Pork $3.00/ lb
- Saputo Cheese Slices $2 - $0.75 (tear pad) = $1.25 - $0.50 (cash back CO51)=$0.75
- Wonder Bread $2 - $1 wyb2 (booklet) =$1.50
- Piller's Ham $2 - $0.75 (print) = $1.25
- Crest Toothpaste $1 - $2 wyb2 (print) = FREE
- Rice Krispie Squares (if brown rice) $2 - $0.75 (tear pad) = $1.25
- Pamper's Wipes $3 - $1 (print)= $2
- Heinz Ketchup $3 - $0.50 (print) = $2.50
- Snack Pack pudding $1
- Delissio Pizza $3
- Chapman's Novelties $2- $4 (voucher) = FREE
- Michelina's $1 - $1 wyb6 (print)=$0.83 each
- Vector Cereal $3.99 - $2 wyb2 (Print)= $2.99 - $1 (cash back CO51)=$1.99
- Arm & Hammer toothpaste $1.99 - $0.75 (print) = $1.24
- Olivieri Pasta $5 - $2 (print) = $3
- Olivieri Sauce $4 - $2 (print)= $2
- Villagio Bread $2.49 - $1 (print) = $1.49
- Kraft Peanut Butter (if Natural)$3.99 - $1 (print) = $2.99
- BL/SL Chicken Breast $3.77/lb - $0.75 (coupgon)
- Pork Loin chop or roast $1.29/lb
- 3lb Carrots $1.49
- 3lb Onion $1.49
- Campbell's Soup $0.50
- Aylmer Soups $0.50
- Cadbury Chocolate Bars 2/$1
- Clover Leaf Tuna $0.88
- Coke/ Pepsi 2L $0.99
- High Liner Marinated Portions $8.99 - $2 (print)= $6.99
- Guiseppe Pizza $3.99 - $1 (coupgon)=$2.99
- Guiseppe Mini Pizza $3.99 - $1.50 (coupgon) =$2.49
- Kraft Peanut Butter (if Natural)$4.99 - $1 (print) = $3.99
- Cracker Barrel Slices $4.99 - $1 (print) = $3.99
- Herbal Essences $2.49 - $1 (cash back CO51) = $1.49
- Renees Salad Dressing $3.99 - $1.50 (print) = $2.49
- john Freida Hair Care $7.99-$3 (print) =$4.99
- Secret $3.99- $0.75 (print)= $3.24
- Mr. Clean $2.99 - $0.50 (print)= $2.49
- Frito Lay multi packs, reg $3.29 -$2 (cash back CO51) = $1.29/box or $0.26/bag, (offer available on 5 or 6 bag/box size).
- Strawberries 1 lb $3
- (Thurs/Fri/Sat) extra Lean Gr Beef $3/lb
- (Thurs/Fri/Sat) Campbell's Soup $0.50
- Clover Leaf Tuna $1 (cheaper at Superstore)
- Kraft Dinner $1 (Price Match at Giant Tiger and use $1wyb3 Coupgon = $0.66 each)
- Oikos 4 pack $3 - $0.75 (print)= $2.25
- Oikos Creations $3 - $1 or $2.50 wyb2 (Print) = $2 or $1.75
- Premiere Pizza $3 (Price Match at Giant Tiger and use $1 Coupgon = $2.00 each)
- Olay Body Wash or Bars $4 - $.75 (print) or - $1 (cash back CO51, body wash) = $3,25 or $3
- Mr. Clean $3 - $0.50 (print)= $2.50
- Swiffer Dusters, 16 & 12 pk $5 - $1 (print) OR - $1 (cash back CO51)= $4
- Secret premium $3 - $0.75 (print) = $2.25
- Mazola Oil $3.99 - $1 (print) = $2.99
- Various Pepsico Products BUY $25 get FREE Delissio Thin Crust Pizza + 25 Airmiles (CLAIM $20 on Pepsi Promo DETAILS HERE)
- Bear Paws Crunchy $2.49 - $1 (tear pad) = $1.49 + Buy 4 get 25 AirMiles
- Post Cereal $1.99 - various coupons ($1 Shreddies print)
- Coca Cola 2L $0.98
- Parkay Margarine 427g $1
- Lactantia Cream Cheese $1.50
- English Cucumber $0.88
- Baby Carrots 340g $0.88
- Valley Homestyle Bread $1.14
- Catelli Pasta Sauce $1.00
- Carver's Bacon $1.99
- Ruffles, Doritos, or Cheetos $2.77 - various coupons or - $.50 (cash back CO51 Ruffles)
- Marc Angelo Pork Chops or Sausages $2 - $1 (mail out) = $1
- Glade Candles or Wax Melts $3.47 - various coupons
- Michelina's $0.98 - $1 wyb6 (print)=$0.81 each
- Folgers Ground Coffee large can $6.88 - $2 (booklet) = $4.88 (stock up)
- Bear Paws $1.97 - $1 (tear pad) = $0.97
- Nature Valley Bars $1.88 - $5 WUB 3 (save.ca) = $0.21 each
- Neocitran Cold & Flu $7.57 - $2 (print) = $5.57
- wonder bread $2.57 - $1 wyb2 (booklet) = $2.07
- Tide Simple Clean $2.77 - $5 wyb2 (cash back CO51)= $0.27 each wyb2
- Bounty Basic $3.99 - $1 (cash back CO51)= $2.99
- Benylin 250ml $8.99 - $4 (cash back CO51)= $4.99
- Benylin 100ml $5.49 - $4 (cash back CO51)= $1.49
- Tylenol Cold Sinus Flu $5.99 - $4 (cash back CO51)= $1.99
- Kraft Peanut Butter (if Natural)$3.99 - $1 (print) = $2.99