Kroger Delta Deals 10/29/14

The Kroger Delta deals this week include produce, fish, shrimp, bread, and dental care. The Super Coupons are also here for another week.

Be sure to watch the expiration date on printed, paper, and digital coupons! Numerous ones expire 10/31 or 11/1, so use what you plan to this week!



Produce & Meat

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgClementines, 3 lb bag – $3.99
-Receive $0.25 Checkout 51 credit (Pick your own) (begins 10/30)

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgGala Apples, 5 lb bag – $3.99
=80 cents/lb

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgBarlett or Bosc Pears – $0.99/lb
Lunchbox Apples – 3/$0.99

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgPomegranates – 2/$4
-Possibly use $0.50 POM coupon from 10/26 Smart Source insert
=As low as $1.50 each

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgButter Red or Gold Potatoes, 5 lb bag – $2.49
=50 cents/lb

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgRed, Yellow, or Orange Bell Peppers – 4/$5

Nature Sweet Cherub Tomatoes – 2/$5
-Receive $0.25 Checkout 51 credit (Pick your own) (begins 10/30)

Kroger Grade A Turkey, frozen – $0.98/lb

Heritage Farm Boneless Chicken Breasts or Thighs – $1.99/lb

Pork Boston Butt or Shoulder, bone-in – $1.99/lb

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgExtra Large White Shrimp, raw 21-25 ct, previously frozen – $7.99/lb
*Sold in 2 lb bag for $15.98

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgMahi Mahi Fillets, wild-caught, previously frozen – $5.99/lb
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Ibotta Credits on Milk, Bread, Cereal & More!

Ibotta has released some rebates on generic items – that means you can buy any brand and receive credit! They are available at all of the Grocery Stores in their list.


Offers include
$0.25 Bread (pre-sliced single loaf, excl Rudi’s and in-store loafs)
$0.25 Cereal (12 oz+, excl bagged and hot cereal)
$0.25 Halloween Candy (11 oz+) (exp 10/31/14)
$0.25 Ice Cream (1.5 qt+, excl dairy substitute varieties)
$0.25 Soda (12 pack of 12 oz cans)
$0.25 One Gallon White Milk (exp 11/8/14)


Be sure to scroll down and double-check any other exclusions. I just listed the most common ones. These offers expire 11/1/14, unless otherwise noted.

There are also lots of other Ibotta credits available. Many of them expire October 31 or November 1, so check over your categories before you shop this week.



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Clarion Ledger Coupon Inserts 10/26/14

newspaper and coffee (1014 x 713)This week there were three Clarion Ledger coupon inserts. The P&G had most of the usual coupons, and the Smart Source insert had good POM, Speed Stick, and MiraLax coupons.



Procter & Gamble 10/26

(all exp 11/30 unless stated, all excl trial size)

$1 off Always Discreet liner or pad
$2 off Always Discreet underwear
.50/1 Always pad or feminine wipes, excl Discreet
.50/1 Always pantiliners, 30 ct.+, excl Discreet
$1 off Always Radiant or Infinity pads
.25/1 Bounty, Charmin or Puffs item, excl single
.75/2 Bounty, Charmin or Puffs item, excl single
$1.50/3 Bounty, Charmin or Puffs item, excl single
.25/1 Cascade product
$2 off Clairol hair color, excl Age Defy
$5/2 Clairol hair color, excl Age Defy, Balsm, Textures & Tones (exp 11/9)
$3/2 CoverGirl eye items, excl accessories
$2.50/2 CoverGirl nail items, excl accessories
$1 off CoverGirl product, excl accessories
$7 off Crest select whitestrips (exp 11/9)
$1 off Crest rinse, 237 mL+
$3 off Crest Sensi-Stop, 6, 10 or 12 ct.
$1 off Crest toothpaste or liquid gel, excl Cavity, Baking Soda, Tartar Control
.50/1 Duracell Coppertop, Quantum, Ultra Photo Lithium or Specialty
$1.50 off Duracell rechargeable batteries, charger or hearing aid batteries
$2 off Febreze Noticeables warmer pk.
.50/1 Febreze product
$1.50/2 Febreze products
B1G1 Febreze Set & Refresh or 3.5 oz candle, max $3.99 (exp 11/9)
$1 off Fixodent adhesive, 1.4 oz+
$1 off Gillette deodorant twin pk. or Clinical
$3 off Gillette male razor, excl disposables
$1 off Gillette shave prep
$3 off Gillette Venus razor
.50/1 Luvs diapers
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Clarion Ledger Coupon Inserts 10/19/14

newspaper and coffee (1014 x 713)There was one Clarion Ledger coupon insert for Sunday, October 19.



Smart Source 10/19

$2 off Ambi skincare product, excl bar soap (exp 12/31)
Ambi skincare product, excl bar soap (exp 12/31)
$4 off
Benefiber product, 62 serving+ or stick pks. (exp 11/30)
.30/1 Carmex original lip balm (exp 12/31)
$3 off
Coricidin HBP product (exp 10/26)
$1 off
Coricidin HBP product (exp 11/8)
$1 off Hartz dog pad (exp 11/30)
$1 off Hartz multi-cat strong cat litter (exp 12/20)
$2 off Hartz Ultraguard Plus or Pro Topical for dogs or cats (exp 11/9)
$3 off JointFlex pain reliever (exp 11/30)
.65/2 Pioneer Gluten Free Gravy Mixes or Seasonings (exp 1/31/2015)
Pioneer Gravy Mixes (exp 1/31/2015)
$4 off Refresh Optive Advanced (exp 11/30)
Refresh brand products (exp 12/31)
Simple Suppers canned item (exp 12/31) – two coupons
Sunbelt Bakery product (exp 11/30)
$3 off Vanquish pain relieving caplets (exp 11/30)
$1/2 Welch’s Fruit snacks, Fruit ‘N Yogurt ssnacks, or PB&J snacks (8,10, 22, 40, or 66 ct) (exp 11/30)


KFR October Bonus Codes

Kellogg's Family Rewards

Update: Enter FRIGHTNIGHTBONUS for 50 points. Expires 11/3/14.


There are several opportunities for bonus codes this week.

Enter KFRTRICKORTREATS for 25 points. Expires 11/7/14.

Check your emails for a Halloween Bonus code worth 50 points. My email came on October 25, and it’s under the Sweepstakes section of the email.

Get 100 BONUS POINTS each and every time you enter a code from ANY Kellogg’s, Keebler, Cheez-It on-the-go snacks multipacks, fruit snacks and Rice Krispies Treats bars. Ends 11/3/14.

On their Facebook page and Twitter feed, KFR also says to watch your emails Tuesday and Wednesday for Halloween Bonus offers and more FREE points!



Fall Life in MS and The Daniel Plan

Fall is such a wonderful time of year. I love the pumpkins, the trees, cool mornings, and getting to wear boots. This is arguably my favorite time of year, but this fall has also been a season of changes for me.



Our daughter started kindergarten, and that has been quite the routine-changer itself. Packed lunches every day and strict earlier bedtimes are new in our house, but I think we have all mostly adjusted. She is loving it, and I enjoy seeing her excitement as she makes new friends and learns new things.




I also made a personal change to become more physically fit. Not that I have ever been in great shape, but now I am finally doing something to combat my unhealthy weight. Going to the YMCA sporadically during the summer obviously didn’t cut it, so I committed to going to classes four mornings a week after making the school and Mother’s Day Out runs.

These two changes introduced a lot more driving and more time away from home for me. Something had to give to accommodate them, so for awhile you may have noticed I did not do as many blog posts. The basics and best deals/freebies I could find made their way onto the blog, and I hope they have still been helpful for you.

But something else has also captured my attention and has led me to question some of the grocery posts I put on Couponing For Charities.



The Daniel Plan

The Daniel Plan

The YMCA offered The Daniel Plan group study. We had made small food changes as a family over the years, but I knew to get real results weight-wise I would need more guidance on better eating.

The introductory session left me intrigued. It wasn’t solely a diet plan or a fitness plan. Instead, it was a “health-style” change. By allowing your faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends to work together, your overall health will improve. The motivation is to be healthier so you can better experience life spiritually, physically, emotionally, and socially.

So I ordered the book and cookbook, and looked on the website for information until they were delivered. Some of the stuff I “knew” but had never incorporated. Some of the concepts were eye-openers. (Did you know today’s wheat has been genetically engineered and changed from the wheat of Biblical times?)

A few of the ingredients in their recipes were new to me. So, I had to take more time and look at Kroger, Walmart, etc trying to find them and where the best prices were. They did cost more upfront, but it balances a little since I am not paying for all the “normal” stuff I had been buying. It also helped to only buy a few things every trip or two. I have already noticed some health improvements, and I like the fact that I am paying for real, whole foods instead of chemicals that are cheaper and can do harm to my body.



So how does this affect my blog?

I had to ask myself, if there were foods I no longer wanted to feed my family, should I still get them for food pantries even if they are free or inexpensive?

The Daniel Plan points out that real foods have the power to heal our bodies, but the convenient and processed foods are designed to be addictive and contain anti-nutrients that lead to many chronic diseases.

So, if we are donating these poor-quality foods, then when the food-pantry patrons are able to buy food on their own, will they keep buying the same processed foods that will be detrimental to their health? Should we instead try to watch for sales on basic nutrition-dense foods like rice, beans, and whole-wheat pasta?

I may be taking this too deep, but I am still concerned and have begun researching journals for correlations of donations and nutrition. I have also started a list of questions to ask local food banks for when I call to interview or visit in the next few weeks.

Hopefully I can have some answers before the big Thanksgiving food drives. I am sure hungry people will still appreciate any food in their belly, but I’d like to know I’m giving them the best food I can.



Do you have some thoughts on this subject? Or on The Daniel Plan? I’d love to hear them below!


Kroger Delta Deals 10/22/14

Kroger Delta has a few Super Coupons that you can use up to 5x in one transaction, but there are not near as many as there usually are.

Do look for great deals on pears, craisins, and toothbrushes!



Produce & Meat

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgLarge Gala or Fuji Apples – $0.99/lb

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgBartlett, Bosc, or Red Pears – $0.99/lb
-Receive 20% Saving Star credit (exp 10/27)
=As low as $0.79/lb

Large Pomegranates – 2/$4

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgFresh Selections Baby Carrots, 1 lb – $1
Jumbo Russet Potatoes, 8 lb – $3.99

Red Tomatoes on the Vine – $0.99/lb

Pumpkins – $3.99

Heritage Farm Whole Fryer – $0.99/lb

Boneless Pork Loin – $2.99/lb

Pride of the Farm Turkey Breast, frozen and bone-in – $1.69/lb

blue-scissors-Custom-2_thumb19_thumb.jpgExtra-Large White Shrimp, raw 31-40 ct – $7.99/lb
*Sold in 2-lb frozen package for $15.98

Chef Jenn Seafood Dip – B1G1 Free
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Picaboo $75 Voucher for only $25!

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Do you have some photo books or photo gifts you want to make for the holidays? Now is a great time to buy a voucher to and save 67% on creating items for yourself or for Christmas! Pay $25 and receive a voucher worth $75 on Picaboo.

The voucher counts toward any products (excl Picaboo yearbooks). This includes photo books, cards, calendars, canvas, posters, photo panels, prints, and phone or tablet cases.

You can purchase more than one voucher, but there is a limit of one voucher redeemed per order. The promotional value expires January 13, 2015, so you have plenty of time to use them before or after the holidays.


Or, if you only need a small item, they also have a Free Shipping promotion when you spend $30 or more. Unfortunately, the voucher cannot be combined with this promotion.



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