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Saturday, December 05, 2009

Run to Your Local Smith's Store and Save a Ton of Money!

by Sariah S. Wilson

So, I have a pretty good excuse for missing last week (don't I always?). First, there was the stress of making my first Thanksgiving dinner for my family, then being called to be the new Primary secretary (right at the end of the year when everything has to be created and updated) and then there was the almost brain aneurysm.

Around midnight, my husband came downstairs, white as a sheet, telling me he had the worst headache of his entire life. He was in so much pain that he started vomiting and said his neck felt really stiff. I did an internet search, and if you put in those symptoms, you will see that while they could be indicative of a great many things, they could be a brain aneurysm.

I wasn't taking any chances (especially when all those online doctors said if those were your symptoms you should rush to the ER ASAP) so we woke up all the children, bundled them up and went to the hospital. Not knowing how long it would last, I stuck around in the waiting room. I had also suffered under the delusion that my children might be tired enough to fall asleep. Nope. They were all up for two hours until I texted my husband to find out what was going on, and he'd told me that they'd done a CT and a spinal tap and needed to wait for the results - he had no idea how long he'd be. I took the kids back home, where my husband woke me up at 4:00 a.m. to go back and get him.

All the tests were normal, he's fine. And he hasn't had any symptoms like that since.

But on to the real reason you stopped to read this post - since I'm on a two-hour time difference from our MST readers, I wanted to let you know (if you didn't know already) that your local Smith's is (probably) having a fantastic one-day sale today.

It is primarily for Kellogg's brands, which includes Keebler, Kellogg's, Kashi and Sunshine (Cheez-Its) - they're 50% off.

Here are the participating items:

Keebler Chips Deluxe Cookies
Keebler Club Crackers
Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies
Keebler Graham Crackers
Keebler Multi-Pack Tray Cookies
Keebler Sandies Cookies
Keebler Vanilla Wafers
Keebler Zesta Saltine Crackers
Keebler Town House Crackers

Kellogg's Cereals - Raisin Bran, Special K, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Apple Jacks, Rice Krispies, Crispix, Frosted Mini Wheats and Bite-Size Mini Wheats

Kashi Heart to Heart Cereal
Kashi TLC or Heart to Heart Crackers
Kellogg's Fruit Snacks or Yogos
Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bars
Kellogg's Pop Tarts
Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats
Kellogg's Special K Bars
Sunshine Cheez-It or Party Mix


All of these items are FIFTY PERCENT OFF. Which is awesome in and of itself.

In addition to it being 50% off, there's also a ton of coupons out there that you can use to save even more money.

First, you're going to print out a whole bunch of coupons. - At this site you're going to find coupons for Keebler cookies (sandwich and Fudge Shoppe), Rice Krispie Treats, Keebler Town House Flip Sides, Special K cereal, Special K Bars. If you will type in your ZIP code when you get to the site, you Utah/Idaho residents will get coupons for cheese and yogurt that I'm very jealous of. - This site should have a Yogo's coupon, and it has Kellogg's Mini Wheats. - You will have to register on this site. Click on the "Great Holiday Savings Coupons" on the right side. This is one of Kellogg's sites, and it has multiple cookie and cracker coupons.

Keebler Cookie Coupon - This should let you print out a Keebler cookie coupon, and print out a Sandies coupon at the same time.

Kellogg's Cereals - This is a huge bunch of Kellogg's cereal coupons.

Pop-Tarts- The coupon is on the top left corner of the page.

Save-A-Lot - This has a $1.00 off any Kellogg or Keebler, and the coupon says "at Save-A-Lot," but it is a manufacturer's coupon, which means any store SHOULD take it. You can tell by looking at the UPC code - a manufacturer's coupon will always start with a 5.


And if you normally clip Sunday paper coupons, you may want to check and see if you have anything that could be used for the sale.

And, if you haven't already, sign up your Smith's card at these sites:




Soft Coin

I also thought I'd make mention of a couple of other deals Smith's is currently running that have printable or electronic coupons (and these deals will last until Tuesday, 12/8/09):

$2 Healthy Choice or Marie Callendar Entrees
$1 Healthy Choice coupon here
.75 Marie Callendar coupon here
Price: $1.00 or $1.25

$2.99 Kraft Natural Cheese 16 oz, bar or shredded
$1.00/2 Kraft coupon here
Price $2.49 each

Progresso Soup (18.5-19 oz)
$1.10 off 3 at
.50 on 2 via
.50 on 2 via
Price: .17 or .50 each

$1.89 Hot, Lean or Croissant Pockets (6.5-9 oz)
.55 via
Price: 1.39

$5.99 Bertolli Skillet Meal (21.7-24 oz)
$2 Bertolli coupon here
Price: $3.99

$5.99 Charmin 6 Mega or 12 Big Rolls
$1.00 P&G eSAVER
Price: $4.99

$3.29 Breyers Ice Cream
$1.00/2 Breyers coupon
Buy 3 - get $3.00 off at checkout with your Smith's card
Price: $2.79, or $1.79 if you buy three (have to buy all three in one transaction)

Smith's also has a lot of things on sale 5 for $5 - Chef Boyardee, Hunt's, Manwich, (and Reddi-Wip for $2). There is a site that has coupons that would allow you to get a lot of those things for .50 each. To get them you have to play this game, and it will only let you print out one coupon at a time, so it's time consuming. And as a side note - you do NOT have to buy five of an item to get the deal - they're all $1.00 each on sale (marketing ploy).

I made up this list for my mom (and it doesn't include any of the Sunday type coupons that would make lots more deals - I thought this would be a good starting off point for someone who just wanted to print and go).

If anyone makes use of it - please let me know. I'd love to know how it turns out for you!


At 12/06/2009 2:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I only shop at Piggly Wiggly. Love that name.

At 12/06/2009 6:06 PM, Blogger L.T. Elliot said...

I'm so glad your husband is all right. Sorry for the late night ER rushes and things being hectic for the holidays. I hope it goes well for Christmas.
Thanks for the great coupon info!

At 12/07/2009 2:06 AM, Blogger Charlie Moore said...

Nothing beats the $1.50 Hotdog/Polish and refillable 20 oz. soda at Costco. And no coupon is required. Although coupons are offered at Costco every month. Smith's is a good store, too. Locally they are good for meats (price and quality).


At 12/07/2009 1:09 PM, Blogger Bethany Wiggins said...

Thank you!

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