Rise and Shine is my way of sitting down and having a cup of coffee with you! We talk about the new deals of the day, highlights from yesterday, and anything else that might help us save time, money or energy. Published Monday through Friday – as I’m able.
Good morning! Yay – it’s Friday! Do you have any exciting plans this weekend?
Yesterday we discovered that Target Toy Clearance was 70% off - many toys were ringing up 70% off despite the 50% off signs on the aisles and end caps. Be sure to check out our earlier post from yesterday to see all the deals we were able to find at our local store. And you can check out the Facebook update here to see all the reader shopping trips!
I also shared an exciting giveaway for Adrift Hotel in Long Beach, Washington. We LOVE this place! In fact, we just had the pleasure of going for two-nights this month and I couldn’t wait to tell you all about it. Be sure to check out my full review and enter to win over here.
If you are a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch account holder, and have a Bank of America debit or credit card, you can get into more than 150 museums for FREE all weekend, August 2 & 3. As part of their Museum on Us program, the first full weekend of every month – just show your photo ID and your Bank of America/Merrill Lynch card to get in FREE at participating museums.
Head over here to print your coupons.
$1.50/1 Triple Cream
$3.00/1 Gerber Formula, 22oz or Larger
$2.00/1 Nature Valley Oatmeal Bistro Cups For Use in Keurig Brewers
$0.50/1 Nature Valley Breakfast Biscuits
$0.75/1 General Mills Trix Cereal
$0.75/1 General Mills Cheerios Cereal; Includes Multi-Grain and Multi-Grain Peanut Butter
$1.00/3 Old El Paso Products; Excludes Frozen, Refrigerated, or Soup
$0.75/1 Dole Shakers
$1.00/4 Minute Maid Fruit Drink or Lemonade, 59 oz
$0.75/1 Cascadian Farm Product
$1.00/1 Flintstones Multivitamin or Supplement
$1.00/2 Gerber or Graduates Yogurt Blends
$2.50/12 Alpo Wet Dog Food Cans, 13 oz or Larger
$1.00/1 Tillamook Tillabars
This Sunday we should get 2 coupon inserts – both Red Plum. Remember that the Red Plum does not come in the Seattle Times. Here’s a sneak peak of just SOME of the coupons you should see.