All Sprouts Farmers Market locations in Colorado are offering buy one/get one FREE pricing on more than 600 items today, Wednesday, February 15 through Wednesday, February 22. Items include all-natural boneless pork loin chops (to $4.99/pound), 1-lb. bags of frozen EZ Peel shrimp (to $15.98), house-brand sliced or grated cheese (to $3.99), Brown Cow yogurt (6-oz., to 99¢) and many more items.
Bryan may blather, but any who know me will tell you I rant. Back in 2015, I wrote about why I was kicking my nearest King Soopers to the curb. After the post went viral, the grocery chain execs promised change — and we did get some. As soon as I was confident my photo with a big red slash was no longer posted on the employee break room wall, I started shopping at my neighborhood store again. And most of my shopping experiences went well. Until yesterday… [Read more…] about Why King Soopers Has Disappointed Me… Again
Today is the day bargain hunters feared. It’s the last day for double coupons at King Soopers. Be sure to check out our “How To Get The Best Deals at King Soopers” guide tomorrow for money-saving tips! If you’re a true bargain hunter and regular coupon clipper, take a deep breath. Are you ready? King Soopers will no longer double coupons. The popular promo will end on Tuesday, August 23. According to the chain, “Only a small percentage of shoppers use double coupons and customers are responding favorably to the recent increase in the quantity and value of the digital coupons available.” To their benefit, King Soopers promises to invest additional resources in digital coupons. (We’re still in shock. Bryan can’t recall a time, when King Soopers did not double coupons and he’s a Colorado native.) [Read more…] about Breaking News: King Soopers Ends Double-Coupons!
We used Instacart over the weekend and were very happy with the service! (Thanks to promo and sale, we got 4 dozen roses from Whole Foods Market delivered to our home for FREE — all for $11.96, including tip! We kept one and gave the other three dozen to neighbors.) Even though we prefer to run our own errands (we’re very particular!), sometimes, we need a helping hand. Instacart is a grocery delivery service that can have everything on your shopping list at your door in as little as an hour. They connect you with personal shoppers in your area who pick up and deliver your groceries from your favorite local stores, including Costco, King Soopers, Natural Grocers, Safeway and Whole Foods Market. (Whole Foods Market and Natural Grocers both offer the same prices as you’d find in-store. Prices at the other chains may be higher. Instacart is not a retailer or a seller of groceries or other merchandise.) First-time customers can save $10 their first order ($35 or more) and get FREE delivery, too — just use this link. Regular delivery rates start at $5.99 — not bad, considering the time and gas you’ll save running around. We won’t use the service on a regular basis, but we will definitely call on them, when we’re in a bind.
As if the bargains weren’t bountiful enough at Sprouts Farmers Market, new savings have sprouted on its mobile app. As busy bargain hunters, we love the app because it’s helpful and easy to navigate. And, now, we love it even more because of the ability to harvest more savings with the addition of mobile coupons. Not only can you browse the weekly specials, create a shopping list and find the nearest store on the app, smart shoppers can now “clip” coupons. We searched the app and found some great coupons, including $1 off Zevia Zero Calorie soda (10-pack); $1 off a box of Kashi snack bars; $1 off Good Foods guacamole or dip; $2.50 off MaraNatha No Stir almond butter; $1 off Siggi’s yogurt (24-oz. tub); and a FREE box of Don Francisco’s single-serve coffee (12-ct.) The new money-saving feature just launched and they expect to have up to 100 mobile coupons available. New coupons are added often, so check the app every time you shop. For more details, read on…
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Normally, we don’t post many personal experiences on MHOTC, but sometimes we just have to vent and you, our favorite Mile High Cheapskates, are always willing to listen. Yesterday, I headed to my closest King Soopers for some light shopping. As some of you are aware, I often use coupons to pick up extra items to donate to local charities. Using coupons in combination with a sale can sometimes shave the price on food or toiletries down to mere pennies or just the sales tax. My latest outing was to pick up some Colgate toothbrushes. My closest King Soopers is at Monaco & Leetsdale and even when other King Soopers are out of stock for a particular sale item, this store usually has them. Now, I know why. [Read more…] about Why I Am Kicking My Nearest King Soopers To The Curb
We always love getting a discount on gift cards, especially because we like to use them with coupons or promos to make them stretch even further. Through Tuesday, August 19, Safeway is offering 15% off the following select multipack gift cards: Cold Stone Creamery, Fandango, IHOP, Microsoft and T.G.I. Friday’s. Remember, the deal only applies to multipacks – not single gift cards. The packs are usually sold in $30 ($10 gift card x 3), $40 ($10 gift card x 4), $45 ($15 gift card x 3) or $60 ($20 gift card x 3) increments, depending on the retailer. It’s a savings of up to $9. You must use your Safeway Club Card to get the savings.
We love leisurely flipping through the Sunday paper over a good cup of chai tea. However, we seem to be the exception, as everything once printed is going digital. Such is true with the Sunday ads and coupons. The Denver Post now offers all of it online for all, not just subscribers — click here. You can review all of the ads, including Target, Walgreens, Sears, Lowe’s, Kohl’s and more. (We noticed a few missing from the usual inserts, namely Best Buy and Rite Aid.) It’s even more convenient because you can print coupons from the weekly SmartSource inserts. Better yet, you can register a participating store loyalty card and download coupons directly to your card — no scissors or coupon binder needed! You just swipe the registered card at checkout and the savings are deducted automatically from your bill. We hope our cup of chai tea never goes digital!