Smith’s Case Lot sale starts Wednesday, September 9th.
View a preview of the shopping list at this link:
Smith’s deals 9/9-9/15
Snapfish has added a last minute Labor Day Free Shipping promotion running now until 9/13. FREE SHIPPING on all orders + 50 FREE Prints for all customers new to Snapfish! Exp 9/13
Coupon Code: FREELABOR
Rewards Points Turn to Cash and Pay Customers to Shop at Smith’s
Smith’s Food & Drug has created yet another way for customers to enjoy saving money while they shop by using Smith’s “second generation” loyalty card, the new fresh values rewards card.
When using the new rewards card customers earn one point for each dollar spent in the store *. Customers receive $5 for earning 500 points and $1 for each additional 100 points accumulated (up to $250 per quarter). Rewards card certificates spend like cash in Smith’s stores and will be mailed to customers in November, then again in February, May, and August.
Although both cards may be used, customers are encouraged to replace their Fresh Values card with the “new generation” fresh values rewards card to receive even greater benefits through rewards points. Both cards offer yellow tag savings, special coupon mailings, fuel discounts and lost key return. But in addition, the rewards card users will receive the quarterly discount certificates for redemption off their entire shopping order. Rewards card points will also be issued for bag reuse, for filling a qualifying prescription, and for future bonus opportunities.
Customers will be asked by greeters and Smith’s checkers to upgrade their current Fresh Values card to the rewards card beginning September 9th and will receive bonus sign-up points through September 26.
* The Smith’s rewards card will accumulate points in every department except fuel, prescriptions, alcohol, tobacco, products associated with services or fees and any products prohibited by law.
Every year Smith’s, Fry’s, and Ralph’s stores give thousands of dollars to local schools. All you have to do is take 5 minutes to enroll in the free program, and a percentage of every dollar you spend at your local Smith’s, Fry’s, or Ralph’s store will earn cash for your participating neighborhood schools. With education funding being cut, this is especially important right now!
It’s really very simple. Select your store from the list below:
Scroll to the bottom of the page. Under the services column, click on “School Programs.” Click on this image, or where it says “Learn More.”
(The Smith’s, Fry’s, and Ralph’s programs vary somewhat, but these instructions should help.)
Click on “Enroll.” If you are already registered with the site, log in. If not, click on “Sign up today!” and register. You’ll be emailed a link to click on to activate your account. Once you have an account, and are logged in, enter your Fresh Values, Fry’s, or Ralph’s card number in the space provided:
Click on “Save changes.” On the next page, you’ll be prompted to select the organization that will receive a percentage of your purchases. Locate your child’s school, and click on “save changes.” If your child’s school isn’t participating, talk with a member of your PTA about getting them enrolled, or select another nearby school. If you don’t have a child in school, you can select any school near you.
It’s as easy as that! Smith’s/Fry’s/Ralph’s will track purchases made with your store Card, and checks will be sent directly to your child’s school.
Spread the word about this easy fundraising opportunity for our children’s schools. Get your friends and relatives to sign up. Click on the Share/Save button below this post – you can easily post this on your Facebook page, Tweet it, email it, blog it, and more!
**You must redeem the credit by September 6, 2009 11:59 PM PDT.
5th and 6th graders ski FREE at each of Utah’s 13 participating resorts
Panda Express Friends and Family – Buy 2 Entree Plate, Get 1 Entree Free (exp 9/30/09)
Free Cheesecake Factory Red Velvet Cake Cheesecake Slice
TGI Fridays Buy One Get One Free Entree thru 9/7/09
Just one of the awesome tools here at PYP…ready-made shopping lists. We scour grocery ads to find the best deals at many of your favorite stores, and match them with available coupons. Check the list below and see if you find your favorite store!
Click below for a listing of rebates and Try Me Frees (TMFs). These are all offers in which you will receive money back through the mail. These are listed by expiration to help remember when the deals need to be completed. We have also included a link to the original post which contains additional details and the on-line form or the insert where the form can be found.
Click below for a listing of offers where you receive free merchandise and/or coupons. Please note some require UPCs and/or shipping & handling. They are listed by expiration to help remember when the deals need to be completed. We have also tried to include a link to the original post which contains additional details or the on-line form.
$1199 Explore Turkey: 11-Night Tour Package w/Air
$169 Bahamas ‘Atlantis’ Package: Play w/Dolphins & Golf
$499-$599 Mexico & Caribbean 7-Night Christmas Cruises
$1130-$1330 Business Class to Europe from NYC (Roundtrip)
$199 Vegas Getaway: 4-Star Resort on The Strip & Air
$185 Miami: Spa Package at Trendy South Beach Hotel Shore Club
$379 Virgin Islands 4-Night Getaway incl. Air
$299 Disney: Bahamas Cruise This Winter, Kids Sail FREE
$119 New Napa 4-Star Hotel in Crush Season (Reg. $200)
$699 Tuscany & Venice 6-Night Vacation w/Car & Air
$29 & up Systemwide Fare Sale incl. U.S., Mexico & Hawaii
$90 Downtown Montreal Hotel This September, 50% OFF
$99 Upscale Los Cabos Beach Resort (Regularly $217)
$95 Indianapolis 4-Diamond Hotel (Regularly $249)
$449 Caribbean All-Inclusive ‘Dreams’ Vacation w/Air
$59 Connecticut Hotel at Foxwoods (Regularly $299)
$179 Grand Opening at 5-Star Hawaii Hotel (Reg. $255)
$209 & up Europe Autumn Fares on Sale (each way)
$199 Historic Manhattan Hotel w/Breakfast, thru December
$39 & up 2-Day Sale: Fly From 60+ Cities into December
All Aboard Toys LINK
Free shipping on $67
Baby Age LINK
$9.99 flat rate shipping or free shipping on $125
Brylane Home LINK
They usually have halloween/fall items for the home
20% off your order with code BHENTERTAIN exp 12/31
Alot of items have free budget shipping
99c shipping on orders of $65 or more
$5 off orders of $50 or more with code save5
Buy One Get One 25% off bogo25 – exp 09/07/09
Childrens Place LINK
$5 flat rate shipping
15% off your order with code FA79 exp 9/7
Collections Etc LINK
They have halloween/fall items for the home
$3.99 flat rate shipping with code 3f9318
10% off your order with code 3f9267
Costume Craze LINK
$5.99 flat rate shipping
Costume Discounters LINK
Free expedited shipping on $70+
Costume Express LINK
Free Shipping on Orders of $75 or More! REK-993
Costume Hub LINK
Free budget shipping on $60+
Costume Supercenter LINK
15% off orders of $25+ with code 15OFF25
$5 flat rate shipping on $89+ with code SHIPTODAY
Buy a costume, take 50% off up to 3 costume accessories COSTUME3 – exp 09/02/09
Free shipping on select Halloween costume purchase of $10+
Codes: *can combine % off and shipping code*
15% off with Kohls Charge AUGUST15 – exp 09/15/09
20% off when spend $100+ with Kohls Charge SAVE20AUG – exp UNKNOWN
Free shipping on any order with Kohls charge MVC1276 – exp 09/04/09
15% off when spend $100 PERKSPOT100 – exp UNKNOWN
10% off any order NEW9613 or NEW1370
Lillian Vernon LINK
10% off your order of $40+ with code 679850900 exp 9/2
10% off any order with code 978860200
$10 off orders of $50+ with code 009750000
$5 off with code 758850200
Miles Kimball LINK
$1.99 ships your order with code 10619103000
Free Shipping on orders over $40 10619101001
New customers receive 15% off orders over $40. 10619101002
Old Navy LINK
Free shipping on $100 when use Old Navy card with code JUST4YOU
EXTRA $5 off $50 with code SEARS5OFF50
Free shipping on orders $50 or more with code SZCJG9
50% off Halloween Costumes with code SZZGKM -1 day only (9/29/09)
Spirit Halloween LINK
10% OFF orders with code SPHA10
20% OFF one item with code SPAF20
Many items have free shipping site to store.
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Visit our sister site – Real Mom Kitchen. Laura shops the PYP way and then turns her bargains into real meals. Get a great deal on chicken? Plug “chicken” into the search box at Real Mom Kitchen and see tried and true recipes your family will love.
The link to Real Mom Kitchen is in the navigation area of the PYP blog/home page, and also in the navigation bar above the PYP forums. When you’re stumped for ideas, check Real Mom Kitchen first!
Just a sampling of what you’ll find:
Following the tragic events of September 11, 2001 and the recurring reminders of the powerful force of natural phenomenon, we become reminded of our vulnerabilities, more appreciative of our freedoms, and more understanding that we have a personal responsibility for the safety of our families, our neighbors and our nation.
But we also know that we can take action now to help protect our families, help reduce the impact an emergency has on our lives, and help deal with the chaos if an incident does occur. To take the first step towards preparedness, you can download English and Spanish preparedness guides or order them for free by calling the FEMA Distribution Center on 1-800-480-2520. And it’s important to check with your local Citizen Corps Council or Office of Emergency Management to learn about local hazards and local emergency plans.
The FEMA publication Are You Ready? A Guide For Citizen Preparedness, is a 200-page comprehensive guide that walks the reader through a step-by-step approach to getting informed about local emergency plans, how to identify hazards that effect their local area, and how to develop and maintain an emergency communications plan and disaster supplies kit. Other topics covered include evacuation, emergency public shelters, animals in disaster, and information specific to people with disabilities. Are You Ready? also provides in-depth information on specific hazards including what to do before, during, and after each hazard type.
In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has developed a website, www.ready.gov, to help you prepare for the potential threats we now face as we enter this new era of potential warfare and terrorism here at home.
We also encourage you to get involved in helping others be safer — when you help your neighbor, you help your nation. Share what you learn with others — and participate in Citizen Corps in your area. If you don’t have a Citizen Corps Council in your area, contact your state Citizen Corps representative and work with your local officials to get one started.
Here are some other things you can do right now to be safer!
* Check and change the batteries in your smoke alarms and replace all alarms that are more than 10 years old.
* Make sure you know where your local fire department, police station, and hospital are and post a list of emergency phone numbers posted near all the telephones in your home.
* Organize and practice a family fire drill — make sure your children know what your smoke detector sounds like and what to do if it goes off when they are sleeping.
* Locate the utility mains for your home and be sure you know how to turn them off manually: gas, electricity, and water.
* Create an emergency plan for your household, including your pets. Decide where your family will meet if a disaster does happen: 1) right outside your home in case of a sudden emergency, like a fire and 2) outside your neighborhood in case you can’t return home — ask an out of town friend to be your “family contact” to relay messages.
* Prepare a 3-day disaster supply kit, complete with flashlights, batteries, blankets, and an emergency supply of water and food (and pet food!).
* Plan to hold a Neighborhood Watch meeting — your local Sheriffs’ office or police station can help you get started or visit www.usaonwatch.org for more information.
* Check the expiration dates of all over-the-counter medications — discard all that are expired and replace any that are routinely needed.
* Make sure all cleaning products and dangerous objects are out of children’s reach.
* Plan to sign up for a first aid training course. Call your local American Red Cross chapter, the National Safety Council or American Safety & Health Institute to ask about courses in your area (www.redcross.org, www.nsc.org or www.ashinstitute.org).
* Visit with your neighbors and discuss how you would handle a disaster in your area. Talk to neighbors with special needs and help them become safer too!
Visit https://www.citizencorps.gov/ready/ for more information.