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Good Day Columbus: Top Deals for 4/14

by Tara Kuczykowski on April 14, 2010 · 6 comments


Welcome to Deal Seeking Mom! If you’re visiting my site after watching me on Good Day Columbus this morning, you’ll be pleased to find that I’ve compiled all of the great freebies that I talked about in one place for you.

Be sure to take a look around my site though – I’ve got plenty of other freebies and deals I think you’ll be interested in that we couldn’t fit into such a short segment.

Looking for more ways to save? Find the best coupon deals at local stores in the Grocery Grab. Plus be sure to check out the Drugstore Deals as well.

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1 Andy April 14, 2010 at 3:18 pm

You appear on Good Day Columbus presumably to teach viewers how to capture the deals and yet I can not find any recap of the current weekly ad for Giant Eagle or Meijer on your blog.

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2 Tara Kuczykowski April 14, 2010 at 3:44 pm

Andy, I don't currently cover Giant Eagle or Meijer, but you can find coverage for Kroger, Walmart, and ALDI.

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3 Terese April 17, 2010 at 10:18 pm

Tara,
I tried to get the Scotch Brite sponges at Kroger today, and I was told that I couldn't use an internet coupon for more than 75% off the price of the item. I was not able to get the item free, I was told. I was told the policy was on the Kroger.com site. I couldn't find it, so I googled: kroger 75% off internet coupon policy & I was led to your site, under kroger, with the kroger policy explained. This was on your site:

Kroger does not accept internet printable coupons that are over 75% of the products value. For example, if the item is $2.25 and the coupon is for $2 off, it is unlikely to be accepted. If the product is $5, a $2 coupon will be accepted.

Since I saw you on Good Day Columbus, and you said you could get scotch brite sponges free at Kroger this week, I didn't even think to check the policy, and I am imagining that it didn't occur to you either.

Thanks for all that you do, I just thought you might want to know...

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4 Tara Kuczykowski April 17, 2010 at 10:38 pm

You're right, Terese. However, not all stores actually enforce that part of the policy, and I should have mentioned that in my post. Thanks for pointing it out!

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5 Terese April 18, 2010 at 10:18 am

Thanks for the reply. My Kroger said they have to start enforcing it, because of the economy right now. They were actually very nice to me, it just caught me off guard.. Have a great day

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6 Terese April 18, 2010 at 10:21 am

Andy,
If you google the beginning of sale date in your area, and the store name, you will find the sites that cover Meijer and Giant Eagle, both of which I first learned of here on dealseekingmom, like bargain brianna and maybe cherrypicker? Good luck!

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