Pizza Plus $25 gift card for $12.50!

Pizza Plus $25 gift card for $12.50! Available for Riverton, Tremonton, Hyrum, and Smithfield.

Limit one per household.

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Ridley’s Double Coupons Every Tuesday (Orem locations ONLY!)


Every Tuesday, Ridley’s doubles coupons up to a $1!! Orem locations ONLY (1600 North and Center Street)

Example:

.25 =.50
.40 =.80
.50 =$1.00
.75 =$1.00

Here are some of the best double coupon deals :

Kraft Dressings, 16 oz 1.89
Use: Kraft Dressing, any 14 or 16 oz. bottle .55/1 (10-24-10) SS-8/29
Final Price: .89

Land O Frost Premium, 16 oz 2.69
Use: Land O Frost Premium, any variety one pound .55/1 (10-31-10) RP-8/8
Final Price: 1.69

Libby’s Fruit, 15 oz .96
Use: Libbys Fruit products, any except tropical fruit $1/2 (11-30-10) RP-8/29
Final Price: .46

Campbells Cream of Chicken/Mushroom Soup, .88
Use: .50/2 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups. [url=http://www.campbellkitchen.com/coupon.aspx]link[/url])
Final Price: .38 ea

Soup at Hand, 1.28
Use: Campbells Soup at Hand, any variety .50/1 (10-10-10) SS-8/29
Final Price: .28

Pringles Stix, 1.56-1.65
Use: Pringles Snack Stacks or Pringles Stix, any .50/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
Pringles Snack Stacks or Stix, any .50/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Final Price: .56-.65

Dole Pineapple, 20 oz .98
Use: Dole Pineapple, any cans .50/2 (9-30-10) SS-6/27
Final Price: .48 ea

Spaghettio’s, .75
Use: Campbells Spaghettios pasta, any .40/2 (10-31-10) SS-8/29
Final Price: .35 ea

Maruchan Yakisoba .74
Use: Maruchan Yakisoba Product .50/1 (10-31-10) SS-8/29
Final Price: FREE

Pillsbury Grands, 8 ct 1.18
Use: Pillsbury Grands Refrigerated Biscuits, any size/variety .30/2 (10-30-10) GeneralMills-8/8
Final Price: .88 ea

Gold n Soft Butter, 15 oz 1.19
Use: Gold n Soft tub, any size .50/1 (8-31-10) SS-6/27
Final Price: .19

Yoplait Greek Yogurt, .50
Use: Yoplait Greek Yogurt cups, any flavor .30/1 (9-4-10) SS-7/11 slc
Yoplait Greek Yogurt cups, any flavor .30/1 (10-2-10) GeneralMills-8/8
Final Price: FREE

Yoplait Delights, 4 ct 1.98
Use: Yoplait Delights Yogurt Multipack, any flavor .50/1 (9-4-10) SS-7/11 slc
Yoplait Delights Yogurt Multipack, any flavor .50/1 (9-18-10) SS-7/25 slc
Yoplait Delights Yogurt Multipack, any flavor .50/1 (10-2-10) GeneralMills-8/8
Final Price: .98

Gogurt, 1.50
Use: Yoplait Go-Gurt Yogurt or Trix Multipack Yogurt, any flavor .75/2 (9-18-10) SS-7/25 slc
Yoplait Go-Gurt Yogurt or Trix Multipack Yogurt, any flavor .75/2 (10-2-10) GeneralMills-8/8
Final Price: 1.00 ea

Bounty Basics, 1.19
Use: Bounty Towels or Napkins .25/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Bounty Towels or Napkins, any .25/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
Final Price: .19

Shout, 30 oz 1.97
Use: Shout Laundry product, any .55/1 (9-25-10) SS-8/8
Final Price: .97

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Stop! Don’t throw out those chicken bones!

The weather will turn cooler soon and our meal plans will turn to roasted meats and comforting soups.

After the family has devoured your delicious roasted chicken dinner and left nothing but a pile of bones behind, make sure you stop to see the potential for another meal in that pile of bones. Or, at the very least, some tasty stock to be used in future meals.

Our mothers, grandmothers, great grandmothers and beyond have been making stock from meat bones for ages.

My first attempts when I was a young(er) wife were less than impressive. My stock tasted like water that had once briefly thought about a chicken. Blech!

After many years of learning and experimenting I finally figured out how to make chicken stock that tastes like chicken. You know, stock you'll actually want to use for something.

The first step is to save those bones! You don't have to make the stock right away. You can freeze the bones, accumulate a good stash of them, and then make a nice big batch of stock all at once.

Put a couple tablespoons of olive oil in a big stock pot. Heat it on high heat and dump all those bones and skin in there. Let the pieces brown really well for a couple minutes and then give them a stir and brown some more. Keep going till you think you'll burn the chicken if you go any further. It's probably sticking to the bottom of the pan by now and that's okay. Browning it like this is going to give the broth a really rich flavor.

Now pour about a cup or two of water in to deglaze the pan. Stir it well and scrape the bottom of the pan to loosen the browned bits.

Then fill your stock pot nearly to the top with water.

While you wait for your stock to come to a full boil, gather up a few things to add another layer of flavor to your stock.

You probably have what you need settled in at the bottom of the produce drawers in your fridge.

An onion, a stalk of celery, any fresh herbs you have on hand (rosemary, sage, thyme, parsley, whatever you have hanging around) and a couple of bay leaves should do the trick. You can add salt and pepper too if you want. I usually wait to see how the sesoning on the chicken effects the end product. Then I adjust the seasoning at that point.

Toss them right into the stock pot. And let the whole thing come to a full rolling boil.

Now, turn the heat down to a low simmer and walk away. Let it simmer for at least 2 hours. But the longer you let it simmer, the more it will reduce and the more intense the flavors will be. And the more your house will be filled with the delicious aroma! You can give it a taste every hour or two. When you're happy with the flavor intensity, remove it from the heat and scoop out the big pieces of chicken and veggies with a slotted spoon.

Set a strainer over a large bowl and pour the broth into the strainer.

You can pour your stock through the strainer a second time, but this time lined with a couple of layers of cheesecloth, to get the smallest bits out of it if you like.

Refrigerate your stock for an hour or two and you'll be able to easily skim the fat from the top.

I like to divide my stock into 1 or 2 cup portions and freeze it to use in recipes. MUCH tastier than salty, canned broth. And practically free! I just made it from what lots of people would have thrown away.

Or you could turn it into tonight's dinner by  bringing it back to a boil and adding in some noodles and fresh chopped onion, carrots, celery and any chicken you can pick from the bones you used to make the stock.

I'm ready! Bring on the roasted meat and comforting soup weather!

You can make stock from other meat bones as well. Beef, pork, turkey would all be useful stocks to have in your freezer.

You can also save up a collection of clean veggie scraps (potato peels, the ends of carrots and onions, broccoli stems) and make veggie broth the same way.

In every case, the key to great flavor is browning it all in the beginning and then LONG, SLOW simmering.

Making something useful out of what seems like nothing (scraps you might have thrown away) saves you money!

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Get a coupon mailed to you for a free 4-pack of Energizer Recharge AA batteries when you are one of the first 30,0000 people to like Energizer on facebook!!

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Real Salt Lake tickets $15 + get a free souvenir DVD or bag with a $20 value!

Get a ticket to the Sept. 15th Real Salt Lake game against Toronto FC for just $15 + get a FREE souvenir DVD or bag with a $20 value.

LINK TO OFFER

Better Oats Oatmeal: .50 a box!

Smith’s has the 5 ct boxes of Better Oats on sale for $1.00. Use the buy one get one free Better Oats Facebook coupon found HERE and get them for .50 ea!!

Rite Aid: P&G Scenario

On the back page of the Rite Aid this week it details how if you spend $50 of participating P&G products, you get $15 +Up Rewards back. If you are needing some of these items, this would be a good time to get them!


Here are the P&G items participating in this deal, valid this week only:

Charmin bath tissue, 24 big rolls, $12.99
Bounty paper towels, 15 rolls, $12.99
Duracell batteries, various sizes, $9.99

Gain dish liquid, $.89
Always pads or pantiliners $2.99

Tampax tampons, $2.99
Vicks DayQuil or NyQuil $4.99

Olay Complete or Regenerist Skin Care, B1G1 50% off

Secret, Old Spice, Gillette Deodorant, select varieites, 2 for $8
Gillette Body Wash, 2 for $8
Gillette Venus, Mach3, Sensor3 or Custom Plus disposable razors, $5.99
Scope Mouthwash, 710-1 liter, $3.50

Fixodent, $3.50

Crest Rinse, 440- 1 liter, $4.99

Crest toothpaste, 6.2 oz, twin pack, $4.99
Oral B Pulsar toothbrush, $4.99

Crest toothpaste, $2.69
Oral B manual toothbrush, $2.69

Scope mouthwash 250 ml, $2.69

PLUS, you can also get over $110 in coupons from P&G when you send in your receipt and fill out the required form from yesterday’s P&G insert. Remember, the $50 total is before coupons!

Okay. Here is what I did this morning. I needed everything except the toothpaste and mouthwash. I wanted to buy razors, but my store was already out. So I bought the toothpaste and mouthwash instead to bring up my total. I will just donate those items. 🙂


(2) Charmin @ $25.98
(2) Gillette deodorant @ $8
(2) Gillette body wash @ $8
(1) Tampax @ $2.99
(1) Scope @ $3.50
(1) Crest @ 2.69
Total: $51.16

Minus:
$5/$25 Video Values coupon
(2) $1/1 Charmin coupons (I got these in the mail awhile ago)
(2) Gillette Deodorant or Body Wash, any excluding trial size $2/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
(2) Gillette Body Wash Free with Purchase of Gillette Deodorant, Excludes Trail Size (9-30-10) PG-8/29
(1) Tampax, any 18 ct. or higher $1/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
(1) $1/1 Scope from P&G Year of Savings Booklet
(1) Crest Toothpaste, any 4 oz. or larger or liquid gel excluding Crest Cavity, Baking Soda, Tartar .75/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
Total after coupons: $29.41

Then I got a $15 +UP Reward that printed!

Now, I will also submit for $2 in Single Check Rebates for the toothpaste and Tampax. So my grand total after coupons, rebates and reward will be $12.41. I consider this a very thrifty price on the items I purchased today. I mean…look at all that toilet paper!

And I will get another P&G coupon booklet with over $110 in savings to use on future sales.

Awesome. I ♥ Rite Aid!

Favorite Canning Recipes

I wanted to share some of my favorite canning recipes.  They are all quite simple to make.  I use a water bath canner so the times listed for processing are based on this method.

Tip:  To peel tomatoes or peaches, dip them in boiling water, then quickly in cold water to loosen skins. Peel with fingers.  Although I only peel the tomatoes if I am only canning tomatoes, I don’t peel them for sauces or salsa.

There are lots of canning mixes on the market.  I don’t always do the 10-day pickles.  My favorite pickle mixes are Mrs. Wages which I can usually find in the grocery store.


Mild Salsa

About 25 Peeled tomatoes (actually I don’t peel them)

7 Green Peppers

10 Onions

2 Red Peppers

2 Yellow Peppers

2 Orange Peppers

3 Jalapenos

11 Anaheims

2 C Vinegar

1 T Heaping Garlic Powder

6 1/2 T Salt

8 T sugar

1 Heaping T Oregano

Chop up all the vegetables and combine everything together.  Bring to a boil and then simmer for 1 hour.

Pour into hot jars and process.  I use a water bath canner – 45 minutes for pints, 1 hour 15 minutes for quarts.

Makes about 30 pints or 15 quarts


Julie’s Zucchini Relish

6 cups chopped zucchini – of course you can use cucumbers too.

3 cups chopped onion

1 1/2 cup green pepper chopped

1 1/2 cup red pepper chopped

6 tablespoons salt

4 1/2 cups sugar

6 teaspoons celery salt

3 teaspoon mustard seed

3 cup cider vinegar

I use my food processor to cut everything up.  Combine zucchini, onion, peppers sprinkle with salt and cover with cold water, let stand for 2 hrs. Drain, rinse, and drain again thoroughly.  Combine remaining ingredients in a large sauce pan. Bring to a boil. add vegetables, simmer for 10 min. Pack hot relish into hot jars, leaving 1/4 inch head space. put on lids and process for 15 min in water bath canner.


10 Day Sweet Pickles

Day 1 — slice enough cucumbers to fill a gallon size jar.  Pour 1 cup of salt over it & cover with water.  Close the lid on the jar.

Day 2 & 3 — Turn jar upside down and back up once each day.

Day 4 & 5 — Drain the water and cover with fresh cold water each day

Day 6 – Drain & wash cucumbers well.  Put in a pot & add 1 T Alum & 1 Cup of cider vinegar & just enough water to cover.  Keep it hot for 2 hours (Do NOT Boil)  Stir occasionally

Prepare bag & syrup:

Bag (can use a knee high nylon or cheesecloth):

1 T Celery Seed

12 Cinnamon Sticks

½ C Whole Cloves

Syrup:

1 qt of Cider Vinegar

5 Cups Sugar

After the cucumbers have cooked for 2 hours, drain and put back in the jar.  Put the bag on top.  Boil the syrup & pour over the pickles & bag

Day 7, 8 & 9 – Drain & Heat the syrup adding an extra cup of sugar each day.  The last 2 days you can add food coloring (Green & Blue) to give the pickles a rich dark green color.

Day 10 – Drain & heat the syrup.  Put the cucumbers in hot pint canning jars.  Pour the syrup over  the cucumbers, heat the lids and seal in a water bath for 10 minutes.


Frozen Spaghetti Sauce

1/2 bushel tomatoes

2 hot peppers or 2 tbsp. dried

2 c. vegetable oil

1 entire bulb garlic

4 green peppers

3 lb. onions

1/2 c. canning salt

1 tsp. basil

1/4 c. oregano or 3 tbsp.

1/2 to 1 1/2 c. sugar (start with 1/2 c. and add to taste after sauce has simmered awhile)

Cook onions, garlic, and green peppers in oil for 1/2 hour. Put through blender until liquefied. Put tomatoes (just wash and core leaving skins and seeds) through blender until liquefied. Boil everything together until desired consistency. Add 1 large can tomato paste for added flavor. Mix well. Pour into plastic container and freeze.


Chili Sauce ( I use this for sloppy joes)

12 red ripe tomatoes — peeled (again I actually don’t peel them)

6 medium onions — chopped

6 green peppers — chopped

3 red sweet peppers — chopped

1 cinnamon stick – (3″ long)

1 teaspoon whole cloves

1 teaspoon whole allspice

1 tablespoon salt

1 pint cider vinegar, 5% acidity

1 cup sugar
Finely chop raw tomatoes, onions, and peppers. Tie cinnamon, cloves, and
allspice into a clean white cloth to make a spice bag. Add spice bag to
tomatoes, onions, and peppers and simmer for 30 to 40 minutes. Remove
spice bag. Add salt, vinegar, and sugar to tomato mixture; boil rapidly
for 5 minutes.

Pour hot chili sauce into clean, hot pint jars. Seal with properly
prepared canning lids. Process in boiling water for 15 minutes. Remove
jars; cool and store.

To freeze, cool quickly by lowering container of chili sauce into sink of
ice water. Pack sauce into moisture-vapor-proof, rigid containers,
leaving 1-inch of head space, and freeze at 0 degrees or lower.

This recipe yields 2 pints.

Rite Aid: P&G Scenario

On the back page of the Rite Aid this week it details how if you spend $50 of participating P&G products, you get $15 +Up Rewards back. If you are needing some of these items, this would be a good time to get them!

Here are the P&G items participating in this deal, valid this week only:

Charmin bath tissue, 24 big rolls, $12.99
Bounty paper towels, 15 rolls, $12.99
Duracell batteries, various sizes, $9.99
Gain dish liquid, $.89
Always pads or pantiliners $2.99
Tampax tampons, $2.99
Vicks DayQuil or NyQuil $4.99
Olay Complete or Regenerist Skin Care, B1G1 50% off
Secret, Old Spice, Gillette Deodorant, select varieites, 2 for $8
Gillette Body Wash, 2 for $8 Gillette Venus, Mach3, Sensor3 or Custom Plus disposable razors, $5.99
Scope Mouthwash, 710-1 liter, $3.50
Fixodent, $3.50
Crest Rinse, 440- 1 liter, $4.99
Crest toothpaste, 6.2 oz, twin pack, $4.99
Oral B Pulsar toothbrush, $4.99
Crest toothpaste, $2.69
Oral B manual toothbrush, $2.69
Scope mouthwash 250 ml, $2.69

PLUS, you can also get over $110 in coupons from P&G when you send in your receipt and fill out the required form from yesterday's P&G insert. Remember, the $50 total is before coupons!

Okay. Here is what I did this morning. I needed everything except the toothpaste and mouthwash. I wanted to buy razors, but my store was already out. So I bought the toothpaste and mouthwash instead to bring up my total. I will just donate those items. 🙂


(2) Charmin @ $25.98
(2) Gillette deodorant @ $8
(2) Gillette body wash @ $8
(1) Tampax @ $2.99
(1) Scope @ $3.50
(1) Crest @ 2.69
Total: $51.16

Minus:
$5/$25 Video Values coupon
(2) $1/1 Charmin coupons (I got these in the mail awhile ago)
(2) Gillette Deodorant or Body Wash, any excluding trial size $2/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
(2) Gillette Body Wash Free with Purchase of Gillette Deodorant, Excludes Trail Size (9-30-10) PG-8/29
(1) Tampax, any 18 ct. or higher $1/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
(1) $1/1 Scope from P&G Year of Savings Booklet
(1) Crest Toothpaste, any 4 oz. or larger or liquid gel excluding Crest Cavity, Baking Soda, Tartar .75/1 (8-31-10) PG-8/1
Total after coupons: $29.41

Then I got a $15 +UP Reward that printed!

Now, I will also submit for $2 in Single Check Rebates for the toothpaste and Tampax. So my grand total after coupons, rebates and reward will be $12.41. I consider this a very thrifty price on the items I purchased today. I mean…look at all that toilet paper!

And I will get another P&G coupon booklet with over $110 in savings to use on future sales.

Awesome. I ♥ Rite Aid!

Rite Aid 8/29-9/4

  • These are the BEST offers this week. Always check your local ad to verify prices as they change by region.
  • Sign up for the Wellness Program to get special discounts, offers and rewards.

**Note that the +UP Rewards are limited to one per Wellness Card. For example, once you get an +Up Reward for an item you can no longer get another +Up Reward for more of that item during the promotion period.**

FREEBIES

Gain Dish Soap $.89
Use Gain Dish Liquid $1/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Final Price: FREE after coupon!

Pantene Restoratives Beautiful Lengths Hair Care $4
Use Pantene Restore Beautiful Lengths Product, Excludes trail size $2/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Get a $2 +UP Reward
Final Price: FREE after coupon and reward!

Nivea Lip Care $2.99
Get a $1.99 SCR
Get a $1+Up Reward
Final Price: FREE after rebate and reward!

Art Skills Poster Lights $3.59
Get a $3.59 SCR
Final Price: FREE after rebate!

DynaPep Energy Micro Shot $3.99
Get a $3.99 SCR
Final Price: FREE after rebate!

Bufferin $6.99
Use Bufferin product, any 130 ct. $3/1 (9-5-10) SS-7/11
Get a $6 SCR
Final Price: FREE plus overage after coupon and rebate!

Boudreaux’s Butt Paste $3.99
Use Boudreauxs Product, any $2/1 (12-31-10) SS-4/11 AND
$3/1 Video Values coupon
Final Price: FREE after coupons!

Nivea for Men body wash $3
Use Nivea for Men Body Wash, any 16.9 oz. $1/1 (10-31-10) RP-8/29
Get a $2 +UP Reward
Final Price: FREE after coupon and reward!

Accu-Chek Blood Glucose Monitor $9.99
Get a $9.99 rebate from manufacturer (form in box)
Final Price: FREE after rebate!

$1 ITEMS or LESS!

Art Skills Poster and Craft Paint 4 for $5
Get a $4 SCR on four
Final Price: $.25 each after rebate!

Listerine $3.99
Use $1/1 printable
$1/1 Video Values
Get a $1 +Up Reward
Final Price: $.99 after coupons and reward!

Gillette Deodorant or Body Wash 2 for $8 (buy 2 Deodorant & 2 Body Wash)
Use (2) Gillette Deodorant or Body Wash, any excluding trial size $2/1 (8-31-10) AND (2) PG-8/1Gillette Body Wash Free with Purchase of Gillette Deodorant, Excludes Trail Size (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Final Price: $1 each after coupons!

Colgate Max White Toothpaste 2 for $3
Use (2) Colgate Toothpaste, 4.0oz. or larger .75/1 (9-18-10) SS-8/29
Get a $1 +Up Reward on two
Final Price: $.25 each after coupons and reward!

Always or Tampax $2.99
Use Tampax, any 18 ct. or higher $1/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29 OR
Always Pad, Clean or Feminine Cleansing Cloths, any $1/1 (9-30-10) PG-8/29
Get a $1 SCR
Final Price: $.99 after coupon and rebate!

Why Should I Consider Home Canning?

"It was something my grandma used to do."  or  "No one does that anymore….."  That's what I used to think when I considered doing my own canning.  A few years ago though I caught the canning bug and I love doing it!  I have also found that it is actually becoming popular again.  I use canning at home as a way to save money on groceries and a great way to provide healthy options for my family.  I like knowing what is in the food I feed my family.  Although a bit time consuming, home canning is actually quite easy once you get the hang of it. 

Here are some benefits of home canning to consider:

You can often find fruits and vegetables at great prices throughout the season.  Get to know a local farmer or shop at your local Farmer's Market.  By buying produce in bulk you will save money!  Last week I purchased a bushel of tomatoes from a local farmer for $20. I know the farmer, I could see her farm, and the tomatoes were picked that day!  The next day I turned those fresh tomatoes into 14 quarts of tomatoes.  A bushel of tomatoes is about 40 lbs!

Talk to your neighbors.  Maybe they have or know someone that has a peach tree and they are willing to share their fruit.  Again last week, my son and I went and picked about a bushel of peaches from a neighbor's tree and then I came home, peeled and froze peaches in quart size freezer bags.  I will be able to use them in cobblers, smoothies, pies, and as a side dish with breakfast. 

I also found that another neighbor had pickling cucumbers she wasn't going to use.  By combining those with cucumbers from my own garden I have canned about 20 pint jars of pickles.  (yes we love pickles)

Salsa, Spaghetti Sauce, Chili Sauce, Jams and Relish are all things that I can at my house.  I figure on average I am only spending about .30 per jar for my canned goods.

By canning your own food you are helping the environment.  It reduces the waste of prepackaged foods.  Of course the glass jars and the rings are re-useable. 

You know what is in your food.  In quarts of tomatoes there is tomatoes, lemon juice, and a bit of salt….  THAT'S IT…. no other additives or preservatives that are added to the majority of the food we buy in the stores.

Here are a couple of websites that you can find more information on home canning:

Provident Living

Pick Your Own

National Center for Home Food Preservation

Stay tuned for some of my favorite and simple canning recipes.

Still available! 4 pack season passes (2011) for Seven Peaks, Trafalga, Owlz, and Flash $139.95! 1 and 2 packs now available!

This is an AMAZING offer from City Deals! An entire summer of entertainment for a family of 4 for just $34.99 each!

This package includes four (4) “Pass of All Passes”

Each “Pass of All Passes” includes all of the following thru Labor Day 2011 — yep we said 2011!

Questions about this pass? Call 800-970-8824 9am – 5pm MST


Seven Peaks Waterpark
— Unlimited admission on days of normal operation
— A 3% discount on food in the park


Trafalga Fun Center, Orem
— Unlimited Mini Golf
— Unlimited Slick Track
— Unlimited XD Theater
— Unlimited Batting Cages
— Does not include arcade tokens

Trafalga Fun Center, Lehi (formerly Liberty Land)
— Unlimited Mini Golf
— Unlimited Laser Tag
— Unlimited Slick Track
— Unlimited Bumper Boats
— Unlimited Rush Coaster
— Unlimited Rock Climbing
— Unlimited Carousel
— Unlimited Frog Hopper
— Unlimited Kiddie Area
— Unlimited Pirate Ship
— Unlimited Train & Airplane
— Unlimited Mini Track
— Unlimited Drop Tower
(Does not include arcade tokens)


Orem Owlz Games (at Brent Brown Ballpark)
— Unlimited General Admission Tickets
(one ticket per home game per pass)


Utah Flash Games (at McKay Events Center)
— Unlimited General Admission Tickets
(one ticket per home game per pass)

LINK TO “Pass of All Passes”

Try code: TSEARSBC for free shipping. Expiration unknown.

FREE Gain Dishsoap at Rite Aid!

 

This week Rite Aid has Gain dishsoap on sale for .89!!  Use the $1 off 1 coupon from the P&G Coupon insert we got yesterday and get it FREE!!

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