If you are needing to get more diapers this week, Rite Aid might be the place to do it! By combining the Huggies rebate and available coupons, you can get a Jumbo package of diapers for about $1.75 each! Here is how to do it:
Purchase 3 Jumbo packages of Huggies diapers for $33
Pay $22.50 plus tax out of pocket. Then….
Now, if you choose to buy Huggies Pure and Natural and use those $3/1 coupons from the mailers instead of what I suggested at the beginning, you can…..just know you cannot submit for the Caregivers Marketplace rebate. If you do this then your total would be $4 for all three packages of diapers, and only $1.33 each after rebates!
From 9/20-9/26 Target has their 12 count boxes of Pop-Tarts on sale for $2 a box. There is $1/2 Target printable coupon currently available here. Combine that with these coupons to make a HOT deal:
Black Island Farms
3178 South 3000 W Syracuse, Utah
More info and coupons available at this link.
4 MAiZEs — 24 Acres of Fun — The largest cornfield maze in Utah! (Our largest maze this season is honoring Twilight-New Moon.)
Black Island Farms tickets includes admission to the Courtyard and all of its attractions, including Kiddie Corral, plus the Cornfield MAiZE. Some activities have additional fees, such as Pumpkin Bounce ($1 entry ticket), Corn Cannon ($1) and PaintBall Shoot ($1 per cup of balls)
Open September 18 to October 31, 2009. Monday-Thursday 4-10pm. Friday 4pm-midnight. Saturday 10am-midnight. Sunday 1pm – 5pm.
Open 10am to midnight on Thursday and Friday of UEA weekend.
Adults (over age 12) $10 Children (age 3-12) $8 Age 2 and under are free.
Get a Combo!
This includes the MAiZE and a hayride
Adults (over age 12) $15 Children (age 3-12) $10
The haunted MAiZE is open Thursday from 7pm til 10pm
Friday and Saturday from 7pm til Midnight
Open Thursday and Friday of UEA weekend also with the hours of 7pm til Midnight
Admission $15 per person (all ages) — Combo with regular MAiZE $20 per person (all ages)
Not recommended for children under age 12
Little Bear River Bottoms
More info at this link
½ mile south of the Wellsville Burger King on Highway 89/91- east side Look for the Giant Scarecrow!
Parking: all along north side of dirt road (perpendicular).
* 2 Awesome Corn Mazes!
* Haunted Hay Ride/ Haunted Barn
* Spooky River Trail
* Jungle Grass Maze
* Mazes only: Kids 3-12 $4 – Students w/ID $5 – Adults $6 – Family $25*
* All Mazes and Spooky Barn Ride: -Kids 3-12 $5 – Students w/ID $7 – Adults $8 – Family $30*
* All Mazes and Haunted River Trail: -Students w/ID $8 – Adults $9
* All Mazes, Spooky Barn Ride & Haunted River Trail: – Students w/ID $10 – Adults $12
* Under 3 yrs.- Free
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 5-11 p.m.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Times: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Kids 12 and younger can come in costume to trick-or-treat at various candy booths set up throughout zoo grounds. Trick-or-Treat bags will be provided (while supplies last), or bring your own and join us for one of the biggest events at the Zoo!
Parking is limited. Please carpool and do not park in designated no parking areas.
Breakfast with a Witch
Let your little witches and warlocks enjoy Breakfast with a Witch! Receive a bewitching welcome as you enter the Witchapalooza Dining Hall at The Gathering Place. Enjoy a delicious buffet of fresh fruit, frighteningly fluffy scrambled eggs, haunted hash browns, bewitching bacon, paranormal pancakes, Frankenstein’s French Toast, and of course your favorite bubbling beverage of hot cocoa, coffee or orange juice. As you dine, our whimsical witches will entertain with wonders and cackles. They’ll mingle with you signing autograph sheets, taking pictures and casting spells. The price is $10 per person and will be held on October 1, 2, 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 9 am to 11 am.
Enjoy an evening of dinner, music and bewitching fun as the Witchapalooza Dinner Theater returns to The Gathering Place.
Our beloved Weston the Warlock and his crazy cackling witches are back for another year of memories, music and fun as he seeks to find his true love. Enjoy traveling through the decades with colorful costumes, witty dialogue and an extraordinary musical score. Add to the mix a delicious dinner, and you have the makings of an ideal outing for the whole family.
Walgreens is offering some realy easy rollers this week. A roller refers to using the Register reward from one item to pay for the next item. If your new to shopping at Walgreens make sure to check out the rules before going to make your transactions run smooth.
Buy: 2 Oral-B Indicator toothbrushs 2/$4
Use: Oral-B Indicator manual toothbrush, any 1-count Buy 1 Get 1 FREE (9-30-09) RP-8/23
Pay: $2+ tax
Get: $2 Register Reward
Buy: Carefree Pads $1.99
& 1 filler if your using the carefree Q listed below (I suggest picking up something $1.01+ that you already need to make the trip as profitable as possible)
Use: Carefree Ultra Protection product, any $1/1 (11-30-09) SS-8/30(UT) OR
Internet Printable $1/1 Carefree ultra protection HERE
+ $2 Register reward from transaction #2
Get: $2 register reward
Buy: ThermaCare heat Wrap, single pack trial $2.49
Use: $2 Register reward from Transaction #3
Pay: $0.49 + tax
Get: $2 Register Reward
Total Out of pocket for all 4 Transactions is just $3.48+ tax and you leave with a $2 Register Reward!
Note: Most stores put a limit on the items that are free after Register rewards, like the Carefree and Therma care, but the others probably wont have a limit. If an item is out you can just omit it from the transactions order above and still do continue with the ones you can find!!
Market Pantry pasta or pasta sauce .87
12-oz. Taylor Farms fresh-cut vegetables in microwavable bags 1.99Bounty Basics paper towels .89
Bic Soleil disposable razors 3-4 ct. 3.99
Use: Bic Soleil Disposable Shaver, any $3/1 (11-1-09) SS-9/20 Final price: .99
Skintimate shave gel 1.89
Edge shave gel 1.89
Dial Foaming Hand Soap 7.5 oz. pump 1.49
Dial Foaming Hand Soap 7.5 oz. pump 1.49
Have someone with a Wii Fit on their Christmas list? From 9/20 – 9/26 Target Stores will be running a promotion when you purchase the Wii Fit! The system costs $89.99, but when you purchase it in store (not available online) you will recieve a $20 Target gift card! Hurry though, quantities are limited and they will not be giving rainchecks.
You know how much we LOVE giving things away… once again PYP has an awesome prize to give away to one lucky member. We are giving away a Pantry 39″ from Shelf Reliance. (Retail value $259.99) It is a GREAT way to store the bargains you get while shopping with PYP. Sunday is the last day to enter!
All You Magazine (2-year)
Cover Price: $59.76
Price: $34.00 ($1.42/issue)
You Save: $25.76 (43%)
PLUS: Save an extra $5 instantly – purchase this magazine subscription by September 30, and you will see a $5 discount automatically applied at checkout.
ALL YOU magazine has GREAT coupons! Here are the coupons you’ll find in the October issue:
The Flame In All Of Us
Thousand Foot Krutch
This Beautiful Republic
Jars of Clay
Stand For You
Fill Me Up
Broken & Beautiful
Salvation is Here
Part of the Saturday Early Bird Specials – email states valid from 1AM-4PM EDT
+ $10 mail-in rebate *valid only if purchased 9/19/09
Codes: *can combine % off and shipping code*
15% off with Kohls Charge FALL15 – valid 09/16/09-9/23/09
**Don’t forget you can earn $10 Kohls Cash for every $50 spent.
Squee! I wish I had a second tree so I could snag this deal. It looks so fun! These ziplines run between trees or other solid structures and allow your little ones to zip right across your backyard! Regularly between 50.00 and 150.00, they’re currently on sale for 20 to 50 bucks!
Use coupon code 981DER to get free shipping on your order of 40.00 or more!
Current.com LINK (Search for Zip Line)
Print your coupon for a free trial-sized Signature Collection Traveling Item when you make any purchase at Bath and Body Works. Check out the clearance section for one-dollar gift items or stocking stuffers. Christmas is just around the corner!