You can see Safeway’s coupon policy right here. You will want to be sure to get a club card to take advantage of the sale prices!
Safeway sale prices tend to vary from region to region so you will always want to double check your local ad! Also, I do not have double coupons in my area so your prices are likely much better than mine! Be sure to read about the new Just for U program rolling out at Safeway!
Here are two movies for $5 each that might be fun to grab for the kiddos. You might tuck these away for Easter baskets or rainy days.
You can get Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who or The Land Before Time for only $5 each.
I know many of you might have children that have been learning about Dr. Seuss at school with his recent birthday. That one especially might be fun to grab.
And The Land Before Time is the Anniversary Edition so a great deal!
Shipping is free with Prime or $35 orders.
Prices can change at any time on Amazon.
The new Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 Lists have been released for 2015. It is such a handy guide to know where to invest the extra bucks into organic produce. I buy a lot of organic but it can often be a lot more expensive then conventional so this list is a a great resource when you are budgeting or just having a hard time finding everything you need on your list in organic.
This is a list of produce items that tend to have the highest levels of pesticide residue (even after being washed and peeled). So if you are interested in organics, these products are the ones that you want to focus on (in order of importance).
Here is the Dirty Dozen- this is where you want to spend the extra money on organic produce whenever possible:
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Snap Peas
- Sweet Bell Peppers
And there is also a Dirty Dozen Plus- these items are not on the Dirty Dozen list but still something to try to find in organic if you can:
- Hot Peppers
- Kale/Collared Greens
And here is the Clean 15 list for 2015. These are the items with the least amount of pesticide contamination found -so these are not as high of a priority when buying organic.
- Sweet Corn
- Sweet Peas (frozen)
- Sweet Potatoes
You can see more research and data from the Environmental Working Group here.
I was not buying organic cucumbers for the longest time since we usually peel them but lately the cucumbers I have been buying have had a strange taste to them. A metallic flavor and I immediately switched to organic and have had much better tasting produce.
And if you do buy conventional produce, here is a simple DIY produce spray you can make yourself:
And here is an awesome resource to find out what fresh fruits and veggies are in season by moth:
When Are Things on Sale- including a free printable fresh produce guide
How to Save on Organic Produce
You can get a free small vanilla cone at Dairy Queen on March 16th. The promotion is valid all day and there is a limit of one per person.
It does say participating locations so you may want to call ahead before you make a special trip.
Click here for more information.
If this is not a convenient stop for you, Sonic Drive In is offering half price milk shakes after 8pm.
Starbucks has a new promotion running in March on Monday’s. Rewards Members can take advantage of various discounts each week.
The discounts include:
If you are not a member, it’s free to sign up. Plus, the offer I mentioned earlier is still available where you can get 2 free drinks!
Lots of nice deals for Rewards Members right now!
There is a fantastic sale on these custom wooden monograms today. You can order one for only $9.99 plus $6.99 for shipping fees.
They are almost 15 inches so perfect for the front door. You can attach a pretty bow or I have seen some people put these on wreaths. So pretty!
Each set comes unfinished so you can paint them or put whatever finish you prefer. Just change the bow with the seasons and you have an easy way to decorate. These are also very pretty used on the wall.
I have seen these at Pottery Barn Kids but the price tag is much higher at $100! They are a little larger but what a hefty price! This is a nice way to grab a comparable look for a much cheaper price.
Click here to take a look at Groopdealz.
You can order one of these darling pet tags for free courtesy of Shutterfly. Choose from lots of different shapes and styles. Plus each tag can be personalized.
Shipping is extra but it was reasonable for me- $3.99.
Click here to make your tag but don’t wait because the offer ends March 4th. Use coupon code: BESTFRIEND.
There is a nice deal on Taste of Home Magazine. You can pick it up for $6.25 per year– that is for 6 issues so it works out to $1.04 per issue. You can order up to 4 years at this price.
I love Taste of Home recipes. They are all pretty simple and full of yummy comfort type foods.
Head over to Discount Mags to grab your subscription. Use code: myfrugaladventures. The sale ends today (Tuesday).