Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Stouffer's/Nestle Outlet Store in Springville





My kids love Stouffer's macaroni & cheese.  I will admit that this mom who sometimes doesn't have time to assemble a gourmet meal loves the ease of this meal as well.  I was ecstatic to find that Stouffer's and Nestle have an outlet store in Springville right off the freeway.

The store sells Lean Cuisine Meals, Stouffer's meals (of all sizes), and Nestle candy at discounted prices.  Today I bought Stouffer's 74 ounce party size macaroni and cheese for $4.49.  These sell for @ $9- $11 in the grocery store.  I also picked up a Party size (96 ounce) 5 cheese lasagna for $9.49.  Individual serving size frozen meals ranged from $1.50- $2.00.  Nestle Fun Size Candy Bags were 2.49.  Smith's has a deal this week that makes their price for the same size bags $1.50 each when you buy 4 bags.


  • Address 1055 N 1750 W, Springville, UT 84663-0000
  • Phone (801) 489-1817
  • Website N/A
HOURS
  • Tuesday – Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
  • Saturday: 9 am – 4:30 pm
  • Closed Sunday & Monday

I hope this helps others in the area to save money!



Friday, September 19, 2014

Children's Place:Clearance Sale at Outlet and 20% off codes for web or in regular store


The Children's Place has outlet stores in Park City and at Traverse Mountain Outlets at the Point of the Mountain (Lehi).


Entire Store On Sale Up to 80% Off

Extra 50% Off Already Reduced  Styles


The rest of The Children's Place locations are also having great sales as well.  Plus there is a 20% off code that you can use online or in the store.  The code is listed below.



Storewide savings up to 50% Off
20% Off Savings Pass


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

9/5-5/18 Enterprise Rent-A-Car Offering $9.99 Per Day Weekend Special


Enterprise Rent-A-Car Offering
$9.99 Per Day Weekend Special
Friday Through Monday Rentals Begin On Sept. 5
St. Louis, Mo. (Aug. 26, 2014) – Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the world’s largest rental car brand, kicked off the fall travel season by announcing its annual $9.99 per day special weekend rate. The offer begins Sept. 5 and runs through May 18, 2015, at the majority of Enterprise’s U.S. neighborhood locations.
 
“The $9.99 offer makes a weekend escape both attainable and affordable,” said Steve Short, vice president at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. “Enterprise makes the American road trip a lot easier with 5,500 offices located within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population, and we pick you up at your home or office.”
 
Customers can enjoy weekend rates of $9.99 per day on economy and compact cars when renting Friday through Monday. The rate includes 300 free miles per weekend. Similar savings are offered on larger vehicles, and unlimited mileage packages are also available at most locations. Additionally, up to two extra days can be added to the Friday-through-Monday rental at a discounted rate. Programs exclude airport locations.
 
Enterprise operates not only as a key provider for insurance replacement vehicles, weekend getaways and special occasions, but also as a local transportation alternative. For example, many consumers rely on mass transit during the week or simply cannot afford to purchase or maintain a vehicle on their own – so they often depend on local Enterprise rental service and take advantage of its great value.

Visit www.enterprise.com for more information on Enterprise’s weekend special.

Friday, August 1, 2014

8/2 One Day Meat Sale at Stokes in Salem, UT

Stokes Logo
FAMOUS 1 DAY MEAT SALE
SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 2014
NEW YORK STEAKS
New York Steak
$4.95 LB 
81/19 GROUND BEEF
$2.45 LB
CROSS RIB ROAST
$2.95 LB
 
RIBEYE STEAKS
$5.95 LB
RUMP ROAST
$2.95 LB
 
BNLS CNTRY STYLE 
PORK RIBS
$2.25 LB
Bone-In 
Pork Shoulder Roast
$2.25 LB
 
CLOVERDALE BACON
7.5 LB BAG
$25.55 EACH
 
BAR S 16 OZ HOT DOGS
$.85 EACH
 
BAR S CORN DOGS
3 LB BOX
$3.95 EACH
 
TJ FARMS COOKED
SAUSAGE 26 OZ
$4.99 EACH
DON JULIO TORTILLAS
8-10 CNT
$.85 EACH
FROZEN BNLS SKNLS
CHIX BRST TRAYED
BS Chicken Breast
$1.99 LB
SHREDDED ASSRT CHEESE 5 LB BAG
$10.95 EACH
WF MEDIUM CHEDDAR
2 LB BLOCK
$5.99 EACH
IQF BNLS SKNLS 
CHIX BREAST
$1.73 LB
OR 
20 LB BOX 
FOR $34.50
TJ FARMS FROZEN 
CHIX STRIPS
CHIX BREAST
BNLS BUFFALO BITES
BNLS HNY BBQ BITES
BNLS POPCRN CHIX
$3.99 EACH
WF STRING CHEESE
24 PACK
$5.95 EACH
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!!!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Tips for Energy Savings This Summer

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Tips provided by the Happy Home Experts at hhgregg
 
Summertime has arrived – along with playing outdoors, swimming in the sun and making sure your family has a blast all the while. Vacations and other unforeseen expenses can make summer hard on the family budget, so don’t waste any more money than necessary on your energy bill. The Happy Home Experts at hhgregg have put together some tips on how to save energy (and money!) in your home this summer:

Minimize your AC’s workload
During the summer when heat is the enemy, your air conditioning system is driving the getaway car. Replacing your air conditioning filters monthly gives your AC a break from working so hard to force air through a dirty system. If you use a window unit, a more energy efficient AC unit is worth the investment from an energy-usage standpoint, and can cost as little as $99.

Switch to countertop cooking
Everyone knows using the oven during the summer is a sure-fire way to heat up the house, but did you know that a microwave uses a whopping 2/3 less energy than your stove? Using your microwave or toaster oven will cut back on cooking time and save you money – all while keeping your kitchen cool.

Ditch the dishrag
Summer get-togethers tend to create more dirty dishes than your kitchen can handle. While it may seem smarter to hand wash each cup and plate, running the dishwasher actually uses less water. A full load of dishes cleaned and set out to dry will save you loads of time and water. Newer, Energy Star-rated dishwashers use less water and energy than older models – and if you’re looking to upgrade a major appliance, hhgregg is currently offering 30 percent off storewide for its Fourth of July sale, now through July 5.

Cool down your water
Did you know heating water could account for as much as 25 percent of the energy used in your home? Turning your water heater’s thermostat down to 120 degrees Fahrenheit will substantially decrease the amount of energy being soaked up – and it will also lower you and your children’s risk of burn injury from overly hot water.

Unplug for the day
If your home has a large number of appliances and electronics, a power strip will be your saving grace this summer. You will save energy by using a power strip - whether it fuels a single laptop or your entire entertainment system – and shutting it off when you leave for the day. Those appliances won’t be used for the day, so their energy shouldn’t be, either. A powered-down surge protector will greatly reduce standby energy consumption.

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Monday, July 14, 2014

Dominos: 50% off ANY Pizza Promo Code


Dominos has a great deal right now and is offering another one next week as well.

50% off ANY Pizza (July 14 - 20), Pan Pizza $2.99 with any purchase (July 21 - 27)

Dominos is offering two coupon codes.
  • 50% off any Pizza (July 14 - 20) with promo code 50off
  • $2.99 Pan Pizza with any purchase (July 21 - 27) with code BBACK

Utah County Groupon Deal: Half Off At Taco Time

 

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

A Great Cause to Support This Saturday in Southern Arizona




My son's Eagle Scout project/ Diaper Dash 5K 2014 will take place this Saturday, May 3rd. Bring a package or more of unopened diapers to run, walk, or crawl this family friendly 5K in Marana. A pack or more of donated diapers and a signed waiver form enters you into the prize drawing at the end of the race/walk. Prizes include $100 Target Gift Card from United Financial Center, a FREE full tint good for a small 4 door sedan from A Cut Above Auto Glass & Tint (Valued $120), Certificate for 1 month of unlimited jump time at AZ Air Time, $50 Gift Card to your choice of either Olive Garden or Red Lobster, $50 Gift Certificate to Bookmans, QT Gift Cards, dinners for 2 from Chuy's, Texas Roadhouse, and Cracker Barrel, and much much more. We have over 50 prizes with more coming in each day. Two Men and a Truck will be there to transport diapers to the Diaper Bank. There are drop off locations all around the Tucson area for those who can't make it but would still like to help.

Boy Scout Dashing For Diapers
Town of Marana Gets Behind Benefit for Local Diaper Bank 

Tucson, AZ, [April 21,2014] The prize at the end of the May 3 finish line at the Diaper Dash 5K at Gladden Farms Park in Marana will be diapers, lots of diapers for thousands for Southern Arizonans in need. The benefit for the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona is the brainchild of Devan Ashcraft, who wanted to do something different for his Eagle Scout project. Devan and his parents took his idea to the Town of Marana and got approval to put together the town’s first Diaper Dash: Run, Walk, Crawl.

"I am hoping that enough people will bring diapers to help meet the huge need in Southern Arizona,” said Devan Ashcraft, he noted that even if people didn’t want to participate in the Dash, he hopes they will still bring diapers. He became aware of how expensive diapers were after his little brother was born and started to wonder how low-income families were able to obtain the diapers and baby supplies they needed for their infants. As he pondered what he could do for his Eagle Scout project these struggling families returned to his mind.

Having participated in benefit runs for the Marana Food Bank, this varsity cross country and track runner, decided that a 5K Diaper Dash would be the answer. With the help of fellow scouts and leaders from Troop 223 and members of his congregation of The Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Marana High School freshmen said he hopes this will be a huge success and become an annual event. Registration for the Diaper Dash 5K is from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Saturday, May 3 and the race starts at 8 a.m. at Gladden Farms Community Park, 12250 North Tangerine Road, Marana.

Cost of registration is one or more unopened packages of diapers, particularly in sizes 4, 5, 6, 3T, 4T and adult incontinence pull-up and briefs. Diaper need is a very real social ill that causes physical and emotional problems, including shame and guilt for parents and severe diaper rash and urinary tract infections for babies left in diapers too long. Presently 1 of 3 American mothers report not having an adequate supply of diapers, 48 percent of families report leaving babies in soiled diapers for extended periods of time and 33 percent report reusing soiled diapers. The average cost per child per month is $100 for an adequate supply of diapers. Families report often choosing between buying food and buying diapers.

The Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona distributed almost 650,000 diapers and incontinence supplies through its 50 plus partner agencies last year, however, the need is closer to 1.5 million annually throughout Southern Arizona. To find out more about the Diaper Bank and where to drop off diapers all year long visit www.diaperbank.org If you would like more information about this topic, please email Stephanie Ashcraft at ashcraftsteph@yahoo.com.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

WOW! Children's Place 40% off code + Free Shipping on ANY order!

FREE SHIPPING + 40% off code

Use code EXTRAFORTY for 40% off sitewide, no minimum purchase! (exp 1/29)

Children's Place LINK

Deals like...


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*$3.60 after 40% off code


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skimmer shorts
$16.95
*$10.17 after 40% off code


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$14.96 reg - $19.95
*$8.98 after 40% off code


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$8.69 reg - $29.95
*$5.21 after 40% off code


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$10.17 reg - $16.95
*$6.10 after 40% off code


Valentine striped cotton pjs
$8.97 reg - $14.95
*$5.38 after 40% off code

Use code EXTRAFORTY for 40% off sitewide, no minimum purchase! (exp 1/29)

Children's Place LINK

Thank you, Pinching Your Pennies!

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

5 FREE pairs of baby leggings for the cost of shipping


 
VALENTINE'S SPECIAL 
FOR 5 FREE PAIRS OF 
BABY LEGGINGS!
A $50 Value
 
YOU PAY ONLY THE $12.95 SHIPPING.

Use promo code "BEMINE14
at BabyLeggings.com today!

It's As Easy As 1-2-3!

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2. Click on "Shop Now" and select 5 Baby Leggings for FREE. Remember, after selecting your first 5 pairs of Baby Leggings you can receive each additional pair of Baby Leggings for only $2.00!
3. Once you have made your selection, you'll automatically be directed to your shopping bag. Enter the promo code "BeMine14" and we will deduct 100% off the cost of 5 pairs of Baby Leggings!

Baby Leggings make great gifts! Selections dwindle quickly so order yours today!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

4/24 Circus comes to Marana to benefit hunger relief program for kids

Culpepper & Merriweather Circus

A Circus is coming to MARANA for a good cause to benefit the Estes Power Pack Program, a supplemental hunger relief program for kids.




Wednesday • April 24
Next to Chevron Station on I-10 & N. Sandario Rd.
Show Times • 5:00 & 7:30 p.m. 

IN ADVANCE
Adult ..........$10.00
Child ............$6.00

CIRCUS DAY
Adult ...........$13.00
Child ............$7.00
Come watch the tent raising between 9:00 & 10:00 am!


Tickets can be purchased by credit card, check, or cash in advance from any of the following business:
Marana Dental Care
Mathnasium of Marana
Integrity Automotives
Denisse Bravo-American Family Insurance


Sponsored by The Marana Optimist Club


The Marana Optimist Club is partnering with Culpepper and Merriweather to raise money for the Estes Power Pak Program.



The Power-Pak for Kids program is a supplementary hunger relief program for Estes Elementary School in Marana for children who are chronically hungry and live in households whose incomes fall below the national poverty level. These Snak-Paks, consist of nutritious, ready-to-eat snacks that provide supplemental nourishment to participating children throughout the weekend. 



The goal of this program is to assist in the reduction of hunger. According to Save Our Strength, hunger impedes a child’s ability to learn and perform academically. Hungry children are likely to have a diminished capacity to learn, achieve lower test scores and lower overall school performance, and experience more school absence, tardiness and school suspension. The long-term impact of the Snak Pak program would improve the quality of life for the children selected to be recipients