Price Chopper Weekly Coupon & Deal Matchups for 9/24/14 – 9/30/14

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If you shop at Price Chopper in the Kansas City metro, you can find this week’s weekly ad  – both print and web versions – by stopping on over here.Be sure to read and print the coupon guidelines before you shop. And don’t forget to take along vyour reusable bags to receive a $0.05 per bag credit!

Below are the weekly ad coupon match ups for Price Chopper. You will find the Lowest Price Guarantee items at the top and then match-ups for the weekly ad follows.  If something is a great deal, you will find it highlighted in green.


Price Chopper has a Lowest Price Guarantee on items each week. You can be sure that the price you are paying is the lowest in the Kansas City Metro area.  If not, Price Chopper will match the competitor’s price.  See the store for details and information.



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Updated Target Coupon Policy (Don’t Worry – These are GOOD Updates)

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Target has recently updated it’s coupon policy.  Don’t worry – these updates are GOOD for it’s guests!!

The first update has to do with those coupons which have another store logo or wording on them.  Many times, they say Redeemable at “store”.  While we all know these are manufacturer’s coupons and that store logo is simply an ad, they can be redeemed anywhere you shop.  Unfortunately, that is not always the case when you get to checkout.  Target updated it’s policy to ensure this was in writing!

Target will accept your manufacturer coupon, as long as printed limitations and requirements are met. Keep in mind:

  • Manufacturer coupons can be accepted at the register even if they don’t clearly indicate who the manufacturer is, or if they indicate the name of another retailer.
  • If a coupon states “Manufacturer Coupon,” it’s redeemable anywhere (including Target), even if the coupon states, “Redeemable at Kroger, Cub, etc.” (or any other retailer).
  • Manufacturer coupons that are found on the Internet and printed are accepted.
  • Target doesn’t accept manufacturer “rebate” coupons.

There is also often confusion in understanding the difference between a purchase and transaction.  They also added that clarification to it’s policy as well.

One coupon per purchase means you’re using one coupon per item being purchased. You can use multiples of the same coupon as long as each coupon has a matching item.

One coupon per transaction means you can use only one specific coupon per store transaction. You can’t use more than one same coupon, even if you’re buying multiple items.

This is all GREAT NEWS for Target shoppers!

Thanks to Shari for letting me know!

Stay-At-Home-Parenting: What If You Change Your Mind About Returning To Work?

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Before you quit your job to stay home with your little one, there are many things you need to know.  Sure, you may plan on returning to the workforce, but what if you decided you just can't?  There are things you need to know before you quit.


You worked up until your due date and arranged to take time off of work to spend with the newest member of your family. But, once you brought your bundle of joy home, the idea of returning to work at the end of your leave is starting to feel unbearable. It’s perfectly normal to question the decisions you made before such major life change. No matter how much you and your partner prepare for baby, newborns have a way of changing the most concrete plans.


Before You Quit


After you’ve spent every waking (and resting) hour with your infant, the idea of going back to work can be overwhelming. The separation, the thought of pumping at work and many more you don’t expect will affect your decision. These emotional and physical aspects need to be tempered with financial realities before you decide if you’re not going to return to work as soon as you once intended, or at all.

Before you make up your mind, consult your employee handbook. Some companies have a policy wherein employees are responsible for paying for their benefits if they fail to return to work. You may be held accountable for the insurance premiums your company paid on your behalf while you were out on leave. Or, your company may place your end-of-service date on the day you actually left the office and you may need to make COBRA payments sooner than expected.

The same kind of repayments may be necessary if you accrue time off and use time that you haven’t quite earned yet for your leave. Changing your mind about returning to work could end up costing you more money, and leaving you with unexpected debt that can add strain in an already stressful situation. It may be better for everyone involved if you have a conversation with your boss before putting in your notice.


Full-Time Parent, Part-Time Worker


The majority of companies would prefer to compromise with you than hire and train someone new. If you’re concerned about balancing your home and work life, ask your manager or boss to meet for coffee and discuss the possibilities of working part-time. If your specific job allows you to work from home, start by requesting to do that and slowly transition to coming in a few days a week. Some parents may be better served by changing their schedules entirely.

Working two to three days a week or working only in the mornings or afternoons is another option. Some families who make these adjustments to their workday are able to avoid expensive daycare costs entirely by using these kinds of ‘shifts’. If you feel like this could work for you, offer to assist in any sort of restructuring that needs to be done. If you need to train someone or set up software on your home computer, meet your company more than halfway. They’ll undoubtedly appreciate the effort. However, if working part-time or telecommuting doesn’t work out, you may consider a career change that allows you to make money from home.


Working From Home


In the past 15 years, more and more parents are choosing to stay home with their young children. Just because you’ve chosen to stay home with your baby (or babies) doesn’t mean that you can’t work. Rather than being a ‘stay-at-home-parent’, many people are calling themselves ‘work-from-home-parents’ these days. While creating a balance between work and home can be challenging, there are a variety of ways to work from home and provide for your family.

Thanks to today’s technology, there are many different kinds of jobs you can do right from your laptop. From blogging and data input to virtual assistance, there are plenty of online jobs available, but be mindful of opportunities that seem too good to be true. Focus on accredited and well-reviewed companies before applying. If you’re less interested in computer work, there are ways to make money from home with sales or leadership skills. Many parents open their homes to others and offer childcare services.

Once you identify opportunities, temper them with reality to avoid frustration. For example, you can’t expect your child to behave and sit quietly all day and he/she will still need interaction, meals, and so forth. While part-time may be the goal, flexible time may be the most important factor to get there. There are also many fabulous “Parent’s Day Out” programs that allow you to drop your child off at a daycare-like environment a few hours/days per week at a fraction of the cost of daycare.

Think about what you enjoy and how you could get paid to do it. Skills such as speaking a second language could open the door to becoming a tutor. If you have a hobby such as knitting or tennis, you could possibly teach lessons or sell your crafts. You may surprise yourself with how enjoyable and lucrative your work is, especially when you can do it from home and spend time with your newborn.


One baby changes everything. When you’re family gets larger with the arrival of another child, you have to take a look at an even bigger picture. For more advice on navigating financials or saving up for your growing family, click here for friendly advice from the CommunityAmerica Credit Union Savin’ Mavens. This post was written by Maven Amy Grothaus.


Olay Bar Soap Deals

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We’ve got some good deals for you on Olay Bar soap at both Walmart and Dollar General.  You can pick up a 4 count package for as little as $1  – which makes it just $0.25 a bar!




Aveeno Body Wash Just $1.65 Each (After Coupon and ECB) – Print Now

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We’ve got a great deal on Aveeno Body Wash coming your way soon!  Starting the week of September 28th, CVS will run the following promotion:

Purchase 3 select Aveeno Products and receive $10 in ECB

One of the items included is Aveeno Body Wash for $5.99.  You can use 3 – $1.00 off of one Aveeno Body Wash printable coupons and your net total will end up being only $1.65 a bottle!  Here is how this deal breaks down:

Playtex Tampons Printable Coupon = $1.48 at Box at Target (After Giftcard and Coupons)

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I love high value coupons!!  Grab this new one to save $3.00 off of one Playtex Gentle Glide Tampons or Sport Tampons, 32 ct+.  Target is still running a gift card promotion and you can end up getting them for only $1.49 a box (after netting coupons and gift card).  Here is how your deal looks:

Always Discreet Coupons and Deal — Includes Free Case!

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This week, Target has Always Discreet Liners on sale for $4.99 a package.  Not only that, but when you purchase 3 of them, you will receive a FREE carrying case!  You can combine this offer with your coupons and save even more:


Play-Doh Launch Game Just $14.97 at Walmart

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Here is a fun gift idea for your gift closet or even for Christmas (which is just shy of 3 months from today)!  Pick up the Play-Doh Launch Game or only $14.97 after using your printable coupon!


Make sure you also check out this deal on your Play-Doh 4 pack too!!

$4 off of 2 Pantene Products — Plus Store Deal Ideas!

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We’ve got a nice higher value printable coupon to save $4.00 off of two Pantene Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler products.  This is one of the highest value coupons we’ve had for these products in a while  – so print it while you can!

There are some great deals you can score at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens and Target.  Check out the deals below!

CVS (9/28 - 10/4)
WALGREENS (9/28 - 10/4)



Free Efferdent at Family Dollar

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Family Dollar sells boxes of Efferdent for $1 each.  You can pick them up for FREE when you use your coupon from the 8/3 Smart Source Insert!