Here are the Aldi deals for this week starting 4/26. Get chicken breasts for $1.89 lb or 69¢ avocados, 49¢ mangoes and more.
Remember: Aldi doesn’t take coupons so any coupons listed are for price matching purposes. Let me know if you know of any other deals!
- Avocados, 69¢ ea.
- Mini Sweet Peppers, 16 oz, $1.49
- Red Onions, 2 lb, 69¢
- Iceberg Lettuce, 79¢ ea.
- Roma Tomatoes, 20 oz, 79¢
- Mangoes, 49¢ ea.
- 73% Lean Ground Beeg, 5 lb, $13.99
- Parkview Super Dogs, 80 oz, $5.99
- Chicken Breasts, Family Pack, $1.89 lb
- Appleton Farms Thick Cut Bacon, 16 oz, $3.49
Don’t miss out on today’s top printable coupons! You can save with new coupons for El Monterey frozen items, Philadelphia cream cheese, laundry detergent and more.
Looking for ways to use your coupons? Head over to the new coupons page for ideas.
Remember: You can get (2) prints of each coupon per computer!
Top Printable Coupons
$2/2 Carnation Breakfast Essentials nutritional boxes, canisters or multipks. printable
Fridge & Frozen
$1 off Auntie Anne’s frozen pretzel items printable
$1 off Butterball Chef Selects refrigerated entree printable
$1/3 El Monterey serve Breakfast or Signature Burritos/Chimichangas printable
$1 off El Monterey Taquito or Mini Chimi snack box, 60 oz or smaller printable
$1 off El Monterey Breakfast or Signature Burritos, Chimichangas or Quesadilla multipks., 24 oz+ printable
$1/2 Philadelphia cream cheese spread, 7 oz+ printable
$10 off Nicorette lozenge, 72 ct.+, gum, 100 ct.+ or NicoDerm CQ, 14 ct.+ printable
.50/1 Downy product, excl trial size printable
$2 off Gain Flings, 31 ct.+ printable
.75/1 Gain laundry detergent, 25 oz+ or powder, 15 load+, excl Fireworks printable
.50/1 Gain fabric enhancer, excl trial size printable
$1 off Purex PowerShot liquid laundry detergent printable
.50/1 Purex powder, 22 oz+ printable
$3/2 Purex laundry detergent, 90 oz+ printable
Here’s a fun freebie for mom this Mother’s Day! Get a FREE 5 Qt. Programmable Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker right now when you sign up to be a new TopCashBack.com member!
When you join Top Cash Back you will pay $24 for the 5 Qt. Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker in red plus you can get $26.50 in cash back! This makes for a fun moneymaker!
To get this deal:
1. Sign up for an account.
2. Scroll down the special offer page and click “Get Cashback” (it will take you to Kmart.com).
3. Purchase the Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker for $24 + Choose In Store Pick Up
4. Within 14 days, you’ll receive your credit. You can get it credited straight to your checking account or you could be paid via PayPal or with an Amazon gift card.
Note: this deal is for new members only. There is a limit of (1) per account.
This deal is valid through 4/28 or while supplies last.
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A Target Cartwheel offer will save you 50% off any Rosetta Stone language learning software! Grab Level 1 software to try it out or buy 5 levels at once while it’s at an amazing price.
Right now, Target is running a sale on their Rosetta Stone software. With this Cartwheel offer and sale, you can get their software for as low as 75% off its retail price.
See more deals from the Target Ad.
Cartwheel Rosetta Stone Coupon
-50% off Rosetta Stone software Target Cartwheel Offer
Rosetta Stone Level 1 $99
-50% off Rosetta Stone Cartwheel Offer
Makes it $49.50
Rosetta Stone levels 1-5 $229
-50% off Rosetta Stone Cartwheel Offer
Makes it $114.50
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The goal on Southern Savers is to save at least 40% on your groceries. When life happens or you have teenagers, sometimes 40% just isn’t enough to stay in budget and feed everyone. For those times when you need to maximize grocery savings, here are some tips for saving more on groceries.
In order to maximize your savings, you have to start with the basics. This means knowing how to use coupons and shop sales. If you are worried about this taking too much time, just set a timer for 45 minutes. Start getting ready to shop by making your list on Southern Savers and printing coupons. Once that timer goes off, you’re done. Pack up and head to the store.
Once you have the basics down, you can build on them. Keep in mind that your time is valuable. You do not have to print every single coupon to save.
When that shelf is cleared, head to customer service. You can get a rain check for whatever item you wanted to purchase. That means they will give it to you for the sale price until the rain check expires.
The best part is that they do not even have to be out of every item. If they are out of strawberry pop-tarts, they will write you a rain check for pop-tarts. This allows you to stock-up on exactly what you need.
Know Store Policies
If you try to stack an eCoupon with a manufacturer coupon at Publix, it’s not going to happen. Try it at Harris Teeter and you just scored a great deal. The key is to know the coupon policies of the stores you shop at. You can go here to read up on coupon policies.
This will also save you from a lot of arguments with the cashier and time spent at the register. On the flip side, this will also enable you to make sure the cashier is following that store’s policy. One thing to keep in mind: policies change and communication can be poor between corporate and the stores. If you run into an issue, don’t be discouraged. Do your research and roll with the punches.
Stack Store & Manufacturer Coupons
We have a huge database of coupons on Southern Savers with thousands of coupons. The best deals happen when a manufacturer coupon lines up with a store coupon and sale.
If you shop at Publix, be sure to ask at customer service for coupons. You will leave with a huge stack. Many other stores send out mailers or will have coupon booklets around the store.
To go beyond that, if you have a Smart Phone you save more with Apps. You can download Checkout51, Ibotta, Berry Cart, Snap by Groupon, and SavingStar. When an offer matches with what you purchased, take a picture of your receipt and scan it. You’ll get the money back and be able to redeem the cash back when you reach a certain amount.
Don’t Be Store Loyal
You may love the customer service they offer at Publix, but Bi-Lo beats their meat prices every time. The key to saving is to shop where the deals you need are, but at the same time, there is no need to go to every store every week. You can pick 1-2 grocery stores and 1 drug store to shop at. To do this quickly, scan through the lists each week to see which store has more of what you need. Then go shop at that store.
Two things to keep in mind: your time is valuable and gas is expensive. It really isn’t worth it to run out to Publix to grab one deal you missed. It will go on sale again.
Leave the Kids At Home
Not only does this make grocery shopping a mini-vacation, but you will spend less. I never noticed how many toys grocery stores have on every aisle until I was a mom. They will ask for every toy, box of cereal with a princess, and bag of cookies. Of course can say no, but life will be easier for everyone if you shop alone (and with a full stomach).
Make Less Complicated Recipes
In the age of Pinterest, I can find thousands of recipes for broccoli. But want to know a really delicious broccoli recipe? Steam it and add a little salt. That’s it. Okay, maybe you can add some butter too. The point is that you don’t need to add Craisins, nuts, and cheese. Not only will you eat less calories, but when you start grabbing an extra item or two for each meal, it really adds up. If it doesn’t add nutritional content, make it without it.
Buy in Bulk
Meat is expensive. One of the best ways to save is to buy it in bulk. My favorite place for this is the US Foods Chef Store. Other good options are Zaycon, Costco, Sam’s Club, BJ’s, and local farmers.
This does mean that you may end up with 40 lbs of chicken. If you don’t have the storage space for that, go in with a friend and split the case. Grab some plastic bags and hang out while getting it all ready for the freezer.
Join a Produce Co-Op or Plant A Garden
Saving money doesn’t have to equal eating every processed food that is known to man. An easy thing to do is to join a produce Co-Op. This will be a group that shops in bulk at the Farmer’s Market and equally divides up the produce. If you can’t find one in your area, you can even start one.
If you are willing to get your hands dirty, you can eat for even less by planting a garden. This doesn’t have to be 40 acres worth of food. A few rows of tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, etc. will go a long way. If you have limited space, a great option is container gardening.
How do you save extra on groceries?
Check out my list of baby coupons that can help you save money on items you may need this week, like diapers, formula and more!
You can also use this list if you are looking to have a diaper stockpile before baby comes.
For the best deal, pair your coupons with items when they go on sale.
Tip: Check out this week’s baby deals for ways to use your coupons.
Diapers, Wipes & Diaper Cream
Food & Formula
-$2.50/8 Gerber Organic pouches printable
-$2.50/8 Gerber Organic Pouches printable
-$1/3 Gerber Graduates Puffs, Lil’ Crunchies or Yogurt Melts printable
-$1/4 Gerber Graduates Grabbers printable
-$1/3 Gerber Meals or Sides items printable
-$1/2 Gerber or Graduates Yogurt Blends printable
Other Baby Coupons
This is a reminder to get the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle for $29.97 through today only if you haven’t already! This is an entirely new bundle (if you grabbed last years) and includes books covering everything from keeping a cleaner house to homeschooling, potty training, and marriage. I am thrilled not only with all the books in the bundle, but this year I’m one of the participating authors!
For a short time, The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle… a complete library of…
• 76 eBooks
• 6 eCourses
• 1 audio download
• 2 online conferences, and
• 14 printable packs
…99 carefully selected resources designed to help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships… is only $29.97 (A total value of $984.74.)
That breaks down to 30¢ per item.
You’ll also get some fun bonuses thrown in:
• FREE Craftsy Course of your choice ($60 value)
• FREE Green Kids Craft Box ($19.95 value)
• 2 FREE 8×10 Art Prints from Hope Ink ($71 value)
• FREE Subscription to “She Plans Dinner” meal plans ($15 value)
• FREE Spring Scarf from Deborah & Co. ($20 value)
• FREE Book from Tyndale Publishers ($15 value)
It’s kinda like giving yourself a massive Mother’s Day present! Don’t miss out!
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Here are some great craft coupons available this week! You can get 50% off your fabric at Hancock Fabrics, plus 40% off at Hobby Lobby and more!
Keep in mind most craft stores accept competitor coupons. Often there’s a limit of one per customer, so if you need more than one item take a friend or spouse with you.
Craft Store Coupons:
40% off Any (1) Regular Price Item printable (exp 5/2)
15% off sale price frames & display cases printable (exp 5/2)
40% Off Entire Regular Price purchase recollections stickers & embellishments printable (exp 5/2)
50% Off + Extra 30% Off Sale Price- Renaissance & Classic Collections Custom Framing printable (exp 5/2)
-25% off entire purchase of $75 or more, printable (exp 4/27)
-20% off Entire Purchase $50-$74.99, printable (exp 4/27)
-15% off Entire Purchase $30-$49.99 printable (exp 4/27)
-50% off any one fabric item at regular price printable (exp 4/29)
-40% off any one sewing or quilting notion at regular price, up to $55.99 printable (exp 4/29)
Through 4/29 or while supplies last, Thirty-One Gifts is hosting a Spring Flash Sale where you can get up to 70% off items.
This is a great time to buy some special gift for mom at a great price! It’s also a great way to get stocked on teacher gifts, cute bags for yourself, shower gifts, and more.
Deluxe Utility Tote: $16.99 (reg. $50)
Essential Storage Tote: $9.98 (reg. $28)
Perfect Party Set $24.99 (reg. $60)
Pick a link below to shop!
If you have a Thirty-One Business feel free to share your link to your outlet page. Link up with your city, state, and name so that shoppers can find a consultant in the area near them for future sales.