Fred Meyer: Honey Bunches of Oats $0.17 each!

Now through this Saturday, you can score FOUR boxes of Honey Bunches of Oats for as low as $0.17 each! Here’s how…

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Honey Bunches of Oats (13-14.5oz), $1.67 x 4
-in-ad coupon (limit 6)
$0.75/1 Honey Bunches of Oats Printable Coupon x 4
=Pay $3.68, Get back a $3 Catalina (making them just $0.17 each)

You will need 2 computers to be able to print 4 coupons, but even if you only have one computer to print from you can get 2 boxes for just $0.42 each after the Catalina!

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Fred Meyer Match-Ups {1/10 – 1/16}

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Starting Sunday, Fred Meyer will be releasing a NEW eCoupon Freebie every day this week! These freebies will only be available that day to load, but you’ll have 2 weeks to redeem them. Today you can load an eCoupon for a FREE Stouffer’s Fit Kit frozen meal!
Thanks Karen for the head’s up!

In-ad Coupons…

Fred Meyer Milk or OJ, half gallon, $0.99
-in-ad coupon (limit 6)

Country Oven Bread, $1.34
-in-ad coupon (limit 6)

General Mills or Post Cereals, $1.67
Includes: Trix (10.7oz), Post Pebbles (11oz), Cookie Crisp (11.25oz), Cocoa Puffs (11.8oz), Cheerios (12oz), Golden Grahams (12oz), Honey Nut Cheerios (12.25oz), HoneyComb (12.5oz), Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs (13oz), Honey Bunches of Oats (13-14.5oz), Golden Crisp (14.75)
-in-ad coupon (limit 6)
$1/2 Cheerios eCoupon or
$1/2 Cheerios Printable Coupon or
$0.75/1 Honey Bunches of Oats Printable Coupon or
-$1/3 General Mills Cereals Coupon (12/6 SS)
=As low as $0.92, there’s also a Post Catalina running right now that should work great with this (might be as low as $0.17 each, I’ll confirm soon)!

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna (5oz) or Kroger Canned Vegetables (14.25-15.25oz), $0.50
-in-ad coupon (limit 8)

Coffee-mate Creamer (32oz) or Minute Maid OJ (59oz), $1.99
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)
$0.55/1 Minute Maid eCoupon or
$0.50/1 Coffee-mate eCoupon
=As low as $1.44

Farmland Bacon, 16oz, $3.99
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)
-$1/1 Fred Meyer home mailer coupon
=$2.99

Foster Farms Ground Turkey Breast (20oz) or Aidells Smoked Chicken Sausage or Meatballs (12oz), $4.99
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)

M&M’s Candy, 9.9-11.5oz, $2.50
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)
$1/2 Printable Coupon
=$2 each when you buy 2

all or Arm & Hammer Detergent (32-75oz), $2.50
-in-ad coupon (limit 2)
$1/1 all Printable Coupon or
$1/1 all eCoupon or
$1/1 Arm & Hammer eCoupon
=$1.50

Kroger Cheese, 12-16oz, $2.50
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)

Freschetta Pizza, $3.50
-in-ad coupon (limit 2)
$1/1 eCoupon
=$2.50

Tim’s Potato Chips, 7.5-8oz, $1.67
-in-ad coupon (limit 3)

Halls Cough Drops, 20-30ct, $1.25
-in-ad coupon (limit 4)
-$1/2 eCoupon or
-$1/2 Coupon (1/10 SS)
=$0.75 each when you buy 2

Other Deals…

Fresh Heritage Farm Boneless Chicken Breast, $1.69/lb

Boneless Pork Half Loin Roast, $1.99/lb

Fresh Private Selection Angus 90/10 Ground Beef, $4.99/lb
-$1/$5 Fred Meyer home mailer coupon
=Varies

Petite Boneless Sirloin Steaks, $4.49/lb

Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon Fillets, $7.99/lb

Tony Roma’s Ribs, 24-28oz, $9.99

Mandarins, 3lbs, $2.99
$0.50/1 Printable Coupon
=$2.49

Strawberries, 16oz, $3

Red, Orange or Yellow Bell Peppers, $1.34
Get back a $0.25 ibotta rebate, like paying $1.09

Large Hass Avocados, $1.25 each

Large Navel Oranges, $0.88/lb

Fresh Selections Salad Kits, $2.99
-$0.40/1 Fred Meyer home mailer
=$2.59

Simple Truth Organic Mini Peeled Carrots, 16oz, $1.25

Simple Truth Cage Free Eggs, dozen, $2.99

Special K Cereal (10.6-13.1oz) or Bars/Crisps (5-10ct), $1.99
$0.70/1 Printable Coupon (if included)
=As low as $1.29

Seattle’s Best Coffee, 12oz, $4.99
$1.50/1 Printable Coupon
=$3.49

Betty Crocker Hamburger,Tuna or Chicken Helper, $1
$1/5 Printable Coupon or
$1/5 eCoupon or
-$0.75/3 Coupon (1/10 SS)
=As low as $0.75
each when you buy 3

Prego Pasta Sauce, $1.67
-$0.40/2 Coupon (1/3 SS) or
$0.50/2 eCoupon
=As low as $1.42 each when you buy 2
Get back a $0.25 ibotta rebate, like paying $1.17

Bolthouse Farms Juice, B1G1 Free

Noosa Yoghurt, 8oz, $1.50
$0.55/1 Printable Coupon (facebook coupon, must register)
=$0.95

Alexia Frozen Potatoes (13.5-28oz), $2.49

Van’s Waffles (6 ct), $2.49

Foster Farms Chicken Wings, Strips or Nuggets, 18-28oz, $6.99
$1/1 eCoupon or
$1/1 Printable Coupon
=$5.99

Gatorade or G2, 32oz, $0.89
$0.20/1 eCoupon (can use up to 5 times)
=$0.69

Fred Meyer Cottage Cheese or Sour Cream, 24oz, $2
-$0.40/1 Fred Meyer home mailer coupon
=$1.60

Simple Truth Organic Yogurt, 32oz, $2.49
$1/1 eCoupon
=$1.49

Chobani, Tillamook or Fage Greek Yogurt, 4.2-7oz, $1

Speedstick Deodorant, 1.8oz, $1

Natrol Supplements or Schiff Vitamins, B1G1 FREE

Kroger Vitamins or Supplements, B1G1 Free

Everyday LivingĀ® 250-Thread-Count Twin Sheet, $3.99

See this month’s Extra Savings deals here.





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Fred Meyer: Extra Savings Booklet {1/6 – 2/2}

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In-book Coupons

These coupons can be found in the monthly book and (usually) on the shelf (look for the gold coupons).

Atkins Frozen Entrees, $2.50
-in-book coupon (limit 4)
-$1/1 Coupon (1/3 SS) or
$1/1 Printable Coupon
=$1.50, Get back a $1 ibotta rebate, like paying $0.50

Cascade Ice, 17.2oz, $0.79
-in-book coupon (limit 4)

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, 6-8oz, $1.25
-in-book coupon (limit 4)

Seneca (6 cups) or Tree Top (4 pouches) Applesauce, $1.50
-in-book coupon (limit 4)

Star Olive Oil, 17oz, $3.99
-in-book coupon (limit 2)
$1/1 Printable Coupon
=$2.99

Tillamook Cheese, 7.2-8oz, $2.50
-in-book coupon (limit 4)
-$1/1 Coupon (found in the newspaper a little while ago – not in a coupon insert)
=$1.50

Other Deals

Herdez Salsa, 16oz, $1.99

Kroger Peanuts, 12oz, $1.99

Yoplait Gogurt, 8ct, $1.99
$0.75/2 eCoupon or
-$0.75/2 Coupon (12/6 SS) or
$0.75/2 Printable Coupon
=$1.62 each when you buy 2

Dean’s Dip, 12-16oz, $1.25
$1/2 Printable Coupon (must register)
=$0.75 each when you buy 2, Get back a $0.25 ibotta rebate

Flav-R-Pac Classic Vegetables, 16oz, $0.99
$0.35/1 eCoupon
=$0.64

Frito Lay Party Size, 11.5-22oz, $3.50


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5 Ways I Saved in December

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A little late, but here are some of the small, ordinary things we did in December to save money.

1. I shopped my leftover supplies in my house to determine which items I could donate to the school parties.
As soon as my son’s teacher put out the desired list of items for the school party, I dug through my cabinets to see what I already had. I ended up donating 2 bags of holiday napkins and some leftover Christmas craft supplies from last year. $0 spent and clutter gone – that’s a double win!

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2. I used my Fred Meyer eCoupon Friday Freebies for a Gift.
My son’s class had a gift exchange before their Christmas break. We were asked to send in a “small ” gift. I had a few eCoupon freebies for candy items that I redeemed & placed in a reused Christmas gift bag from last year. $0 spent and a “gift” checked off our list.

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3. We limited Christmas gifts & stuck to mostly practical items.
We decided on a “want, need, wear, read” theme for gifts this year, which I was a little nervous about. In the past, my boys have received 3 gifts, but these were all “wants” (usually toys). This was the first year they received just one gift that they “wanted.” The rest were clothes, books and shoes. Santa was also intentional with stocking stuffers, leaving mostly practical items (that won’t be in the trash can later this month). My boys’ lists to Santa were quite long, so I surprised to see how excited they were on Christmas morning receiving just one item from that list.

4. I skipped our family’s annual Christmas cards.
This was actually an accident. I kept meaning to do it, but our crazy December kept us too busy. With no decent picture of the boys, I just decided to give it up and wait for next year. I did save about $25 (cards, stamps, etc.), but it’s not something I will skip next year.

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5. I didn’t shop the Christmas clearance sales.
I was tempted. Shopping the Christmas clearance is really the only way to buy Christmas stuff. However, even after using stuff this year, I’m still all stocked up. I recently read a great post on skipping those $0.19 temptations that resonated with me. I’m not going to resolve to skip all holiday clearance in the future, but I certainly will be thinking twice.

What did you do this past month to save money? Curious to read other blogger’s savings? I have found similar posts on: