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2/28/2013

Chicken of the Sea Salmon for $0.93 per pouch



Remember how quickly this Chicken of the Sea salmon deal went?  Well, it's back up and even slightly better than before.  Grab this before it disappears....

Amazon's got a 12-pack of Chicken of the Sea Salmon (OU-kosher certified) 2.6 oz. pouches for $11.10 as a Subscribe and Save deal. That works out to $0.93 per pouch and since it's Subscribe & Save, shipping is FREE.  We love these pouches; they are great for work lunches (no mess) and daytrip outings.


And, as a plus, this order will certainly help if you are aiming to get the extra 10% Subscribe and Save discount that I talked about here.  Please note that if you fulfill the requirement for five Subscribe and Save deliveries in one month, this price will drop to $9.93 or $0.83 per pouch.)

Just a word about Amazon Subscribe & Save: selecting Subscribe & Save is a fantastic way to save money.  It's pretty much risk-free, even if you are doing it just to get the additional discount. You can UNsubscribe to Subscribe & Save very easily, by going to your account as soon as your order has shipped. Even if (worse case scenario) you completely forget to unsubscribe, Amazon will not send out an additional order without shooting you a warning email first, giving you ample time to unsubscribe and cancel any additional orders in time. It's pretty much an all-win proposition. Shipping on Subscribe & Save items is always free, even without a Prime membership.


Kosher for Passover Sucralis ("Splenda"); get it while you still can



UPDATE:  the deadline for this is looming, so order it while you still can!


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Do you miss having non-sugar sweeteners on Pesach?  The KLP "pink stuff" is readily available, but it tastes awful, is unhealthy and has a horrific aftertaste.  Yuck.

We usually just make do with using sugar for a week.  But this year, we don't have to.

This year, a company called California Delight is doing a special run of Kosher for Passover sucralose called Sucralis.  Sucralose is the same thing that Splenda is made from.  So, just to be clear, Sucralis is NOT Splenda (which is cut with chametz and is NOT kosher for Passover).  It's a generic version of it that has a Star-K and CRC Kosher La'Pesach certification.

It can be purchased over the phone by calling 323-725-1045 during business hours.  I've negotiated a special price for DailyCheapskate readers:
  • $5.50 per box of 100 packets
  • $6.50 per 200 ml bottle
  • $6.50 per bottle of 150 tablets
When you call them, before you do anything, you must give them the promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE (or tell them you found them on this blog) to get this price.  Shipping on these items is free, but there is a three item minimum per order.  They will take your credit card information over the phone and ship it right out to you.

We bought three boxes of the packets last year, and somehow, with all of our guests, we ran out of it before YomTov was up!  I'm picking up a few extra boxes this year to include with KLP tea that I'm going to package-up as a hostess gift.

These prices are actually not much more expensive than regular Splenda. This special Daily Cheapskate deal is only available through 3/10/13.

Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day: Men's Designer Jackets, $60 or under, including London Fog, Tommy Hilfiger, and Kenneth Cole


Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day today, 2/28/13, is on men's designer jackets/coats, including London Fog, Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Levi's and Hawke and Co., and they are all $60.00 and under with free shipping, today only.

The Tommy Hilfiger Men's Melton Top Coat that's here, priced at $55.00 today, is on sale at Macy's for $174.99.  There are a few real pricing steals in this Gold Box Deal.

If your coat (or your husband's coat) has seen better days, check out today's Gold Box Deal, before the prices go back up tomorrow.


Annual subscription to Saveur for $4.99 per year (9 issues, $0.55 each)


Get an annual subscription to Saveur magazine (9 issues, normally $19.95 per year) for $4.99 per year from Tanga when you enter the promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.  You can get this discounted price for up to three years.

Click here to get started.  This price is good today (2/28/13) only and works for both renewals and new subscriptions.

DIY'ers, get a year of Family Handyman magazine for $4.99 (11 issues, $0.45 each)


Are you or your spouse a a DIY home improvement junkie?  (Guilty as charged.  We are constantly working on our house.)

Subscribe to Family Handyman, (normally $24 per year,) for just $4.99 per year (for up to four years) from Tanga when you enter promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.

Click here to get started.  This offer is good for today (2/28/13) only and is good for renewals and new subscriptions.


Libbey Impressions colored glass sets $12-$20


Amazon has two really pretty Libbey colored glass sets.  The first one (pictured above) comes with four colored glasses and a pitcher, for $19.99 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping.   The glasses are 16.7 oz. and the pitcher is 79.3 oz. 

If you want to supplement the set, you can buy four more Libbey Impression colored glasses for $12.34 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping.  These glasses are slightly smaller than the ones in the set above, but I kinda like that they are a slightly different size.  (I hate matchy-matchy sets.)
  • Dishwasher-safe.
  • Made in Mexico.


2/27/2013

Get a free can of Pro Plan dog food at Petco


Print your coupon for a free 13 oz. can of Pro Plan dog food from Petco here.  You must be a member of Petco Pals Rewards (it's free to sign up) to use the coupon, and it expires on 3/31/13.

Circulon Infinite 2-Piece Skillet Set for $45 with free shipping


Amazon has got this Circulon Infinite Hard Anodized Nonstick 10" and 12" Skillets Twin Pack for $44.99 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping.
  • Stainless steel base - patent pending. Suitable for all stovetops including induction and glass top.
  • Hard anodized aluminum is twice as hard as stainless steel for exceptional durability and provides quick and even heating.
  • TOTAL hard-anodized high-low wave technology and the most advanced nonstick formula outlasts all nonsticks - guaranteed!
  • Uniquely dishwasher safe with a superior nonstick exterior for easy cleaning.
  • Cast stainless steel handles are comfortable to hold and oven safe to 500°F. 
(Sears has this pair for $67.41.  Wayfair has it for $59.99.)

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Lowest price: annual subscription to Real Simple magazine for $18.88 (12 issues, $1.57 each)



UPDATE:  I'm reposting this because reader Jennifer H. pointed out that I had posted the wrong price (sorry, I can't do simple arithmetic when posting at 4am).  It's actually a dollar less per year that I had posted before, $18.88 per year or $1.57 per issue (a lot better than the $4.99 cover price).

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Real Simple magazine is one of the priciest (and one of the most sought-after) magazine subscriptions out there. It has a cover price of $4.99 (which translates into $59.88 for the year over 12 issues) and its annual subscription price everywhere is a little less than half of that, $23.88.

Magazine Reader Mall has also got it for $23.88. But today, when you click through this link, put Real Simple in your cart and enter the promo code SAVE5SMNOW, you'll be able to snag Real Simple for $18.88 per year, down to $1.57 per issue (less than a third of the cover price). You won't see a Real Simple subscription for less than this anywhere.

Magazine Reader Mall DOES have auto-renewal, so be sure and set a Google calendar pop-up reminder for yourself to cancel your subscription in one year, by calling 1-888-243-8383 or emailing your cancellation to magazinereadermall@customersvc.com.


48-count box of Martinson Hazelnut k-cups for $20.00 shipped ($0.42 per cup)


Amazon has got a great deal on Martinson Hazelnut coffee k-cups.  They are priced at $25 with free shipping for a box of 48 k-cups, but by stacking a Subscribe and Save discount with a 15% coupon, you can knock that price down to $20.00, or $0.42 per k-cup.
  1. Click here and scroll down slightly.  "Clip" the 15% off coupon.
  2. Scroll up again and look over to the right.  Select the $23.75 Subscribe and Save option.  Click on the gold "Subscribe Now" button.
  3. Your total should be $20.00 after the coupon and Subscribe and Save discount. 
  4. Because it's Subscribe and Save, shipping is free.
(Kosher-keeping Daily Cheapskate readers, these k-cups are OU kosher certified.)

As a plus, this order will certainly help if you are aiming to get the extra 10% Subscribe and Save discount that I talked about here, especially since tomorrow is the last day of the month.  Please note that if you fulfill the requirement for five Subscribe and Save deliveries in one month, this price will drop to $17.50 or $0.36 per k-cup.)

Just a word about Amazon Subscribe & Save: selecting Subscribe & Save is a fantastic way to save money.  It's pretty much risk-free, even if you are doing it just to get the additional discount. You can UNsubscribe to Subscribe & Save very easily, by going to your account as soon as your order has shipped. Even if (worse case scenario) you completely forget to unsubscribe, Amazon will not send out an additional order without shooting you a warning email first, giving you ample time to unsubscribe and cancel any additional orders in time. It's pretty much an all-win proposition. Shipping on Subscribe & Save items is always free, even without a Prime membership.

Squirrel nutcracker for $11.11


Check out this uber-cute squirrel nutcracker for just $11.11 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping on Amazon. This would make a pretty unique Passover hostess gift.

Coupons to help with your Pesach shopping


Electric stove heater for $45.00 with free store pickup


Walmart has got this Quality Craft Antique Electric Stove Heater for just $45.00 with free ship-to-store (or $5.00 shipping to your home).  It got 4.3 out of 5 stars over 209 customer reviews.  If you're in the market for a good space heater, why not get one that will have this beautiful fireplace effect (at an awesome price)?
  • Variable intensity flame effect
  • Dual heat settings 750-watt or 1500-watt
  • Quality Craft stove heater features adjustable thermostat
  • 4500 BTUs - heats rooms up to 400 square feet 
(Amazon has got this very similar one for $79.99.)

Cuisinart 77-7 Chef's Classic Stainless 7-Piece Cookware Set for $72.24 with free shipping



Before I say another word, let me just disclose that I am a huge fan of stainless steel pots.  I have had my Calphalon tri-ply stainless set for years now and the pots gleam.  I have them out hanging on a pot rack;  I could have never done that with my old non-stick or anodized steel pots.  Stainless steel pots with a layer of aluminum inside (like my set and this set) also cook foods more evenly, and you can use them safely in the oven. They also clean up beautifully in the dishwasher. While I prefer a less expensive, non-namebrand set for Pesach, some of you have written me and insisted that you want a higher-end set, like Cuisinart.

That said, this 7-piece set (which is essentially four pots) from Cuisinart is priced at  $72.24 with free shipping on Amazon. That comes to about $18 per pot.  This set got 4.3 out of 5 stars over 113 customer reviews. If you want this set, hurry, because Amazon prices change on a dime.
  • Set includes 1-1/2-, 3-quart saucepan; 8-quart stockpot; 10-inch skillet--all with lids
  • Cookware and lids constructed of mirror-polished 18/10 stainless steel
  • Aluminum encapsulated in base ensures quick, even heating
  • Stay-cool stainless-steel handles; dripless rims on lids
  • Oven-safe up to 550 degrees F; limited lifetime warranty
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Shoprite shoppers, get a free kosher chicken (or Tofurky, non-kosher turkey, turkey breast, ham or lasagna) when you spend $400 through 3/30/13


Just like last year and the year before, Shoprite is offering a free ham/turkey/chicken/lasagna/tofurky or kosher chicken when you purchase a minimum amount of groceries in a certain time period.  This year you will need to spend $400 in Shoprite groceries (last year it was $300) from 2/17/13 - 3/30/13, and make sure you swipe your Price Plus Club Card each time you shop.  You have the option of choosing a free
  • kosher roasting chicken (4 lbs. average)
  • Tofurky (KSA kosher certified, but not for Passover)
  • ham
  • hen turkey
  • turkey breast
  • lasagna 
Qualifying purchases are calculated BEFORE taxes, bottle deposits, and the face value of manufacturer coupons and AFTER ShopRite store coupons, ShopRite Price Plus club deductions and any doubled or tripled value of manufacturer coupons. Program excludes prescription medications, gift certificates, gift cards, postage stamp sales, money orders, money transfers, lottery tickets, bus ticket sales, fuel and Metro passes, as well as milk, cigarettes, tobacco products and alcoholic beverages or any other items prohibited by law.

Details are here.

$1.00 off two O-Cel-O Scrub sponges

$1.00 off any 2 packages of O-Cel-O™ Scrub Sponges

Just in time for Pesach cleaning, print your coupon for $1.00 off any 2 packages of O-Cel-O Scrub Sponges here.  I'm definitely going to load up on these.

Lowest price: annual subscription to Real Simple magazine for $18.88 (12 issues, $1.57 each)


Real Simple magazine is one of the priciest (and one of the most sought-after) magazine subscriptions out there. It has a cover price of $4.99 (which translates into $59.88 for the year over 12 issues) and its annual subscription price everywhere is a little less than half of that, $23.88.

Magazine Reader Mall has also got it for $23.88. But today, when you click through this link, put Real Simple in your cart and enter the promo code SAVE5SMNOW, you'll be able to snag Real Simple for $18.88 per year, down to $1.57 per issue (less than a third of the cover price). You won't see a Real Simple subscription for less than this anywhere.

Magazine Reader Mall DOES have auto-renewal, so be sure and set a Google calendar pop-up reminder for yourself to cancel your subscription in one year, by calling 1-888-243-8383 or emailing your cancellation to magazinereadermall@customersvc.com.

Passover tea box, $17, plus the KLP tea and "Splenda" to fill it up.



Last year before Pesach, I was struck with major Passover Tea Box Envy, but given how expensive pre-filled Passover tea boxes were, I thought they were out of our reach. We like to offer tea and coffee to our guests after a meal, and I had been keeping our many different flavor KLP teabags in a basket.  Efficient but not so elegant.  Then I hit on the idea of buying an empty wooden tea box and filling it myself.

The one I bought last year (pictured above) was $16.13 at the time, but like everything else, the price has gone up and it's now $19.99.  I ended up gifting that tea box to a friend who admired it.



This morning I found this tea box for $16.99 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping.  I like it even better than last year's tea box for two reasons:  first, because I like the French writing on the side...it's a little different ("Tisane" is French for "tea infusion"), and second, because it comes in four colors, black, red, orange and cream.  Again, just a little bit different.

If you buy one, make sure you fill it up with KLP Bigelow Tea (my personal favorite; delicious and cheap).  The list of Kosher for Passover (Kof-K) Bigelow teas are here.
You can split these 6-packs with friends or stockpile them or use them during the year.  Voila, instant KLP tea box, for much, much less than what you pay for a pre-stocked one, and lots of extra tea to refill it.

And respecting the fact that everyone is watching their weight these days, don't forget to pick up some of the KLP "Splenda" that is now available.

Since all of the Bigelow tea is part of Amazon's Subscribe & Save, the shipping is always free.  As a plus, order these teas will certainly help if you are aiming to get the extra 10% Subscribe and Save discount that I talked about here.  Please note that if you fulfill the requirement for five Subscribe and Save deliveries in one month, these prices will drop even further.

Just a word about Amazon Subscribe & Save: selecting Subscribe & Save is a fantastic way to save money.  It's pretty much risk-free, even if you are doing it just to get the additional discount. You can UNsubscribe to Subscribe & Save very easily, by going to your account as soon as your order has shipped. Even if (worse case scenario) you completely forget to unsubscribe, Amazon will not send out an additional order without shooting you a warning email first, giving you ample time to unsubscribe and cancel any additional orders in time. It's pretty much an all-win proposition. Shipping on Subscribe & Save items is always free, even without a Prime membership.

More great Pesach tableware buys on Totsy (today and tomorrow only)


Totsy was one of those sites that I never really cared about, because I thought they were all about getting great buys on children's clothing.  Well, they do have super sales on children's items, but they are also a treasure trove of  beautiful kitchen items, and their pricing is incredible.

I've received a whole bunch of tableware and kitchenware that I ordered for Pesach, and I have to say that they have really exceeded my expectations in quality, especially considering the  excellent pricing.  They are definitely one of my new favorite "secret" kitchen sites.

Sign up for a new membership here (with a new email address) and you will get free shipping off your first order.  To find the items mentioned below, sign up or log in here and then scroll down and click on "Spring Tabletop."




The two tier dessert plates pictured above and below are priced at $17.00 each.  


I actually bought the one above ("Bouquet de Fleur") the last time it was on Totsy and I love the "decoupage" look that it has. It's going to be beautiful on my Pesach table.


This Sanford Glass Beverage Dispenser is $17.00 (Amazon has it for $25.99 + $5.24 shipping.)  I'll be making most of the beverages that I'll be serving on Pesach (lots of homemade lemonade and herbal iced tea); this would be a very elegant way of serving it.



This 3-piece carafe set is $12.50. I can totally picture this on our seder table: one for dry wine, one for sweet wine and one for grape juice. 


This Alexandria Taster Plate Set for $15.00 includes 12 crystal plates and 12 forks.  



This other Alexandria Taster Set for $15.00 includes 8 crystal tinis and 8 spoons.  Either of these two sets would be perfect for dessert.  There are other similar dessert sets on Totsy for $15.00.

Hurry, as buys like this on Totsy tend to go very quickly (these items will only be around through Thursday .  Sign up or log in and then go to "Spring Tabletop" to snag these great deals on this beautiful tableware.  Remember, shipping is free if you sign up with a new membership (with a new email address).

New Best Buy Reward Zone 10 point opportunity





Best Buy has a new free 10 point opportunity on their Facebook page.  Go to the Best Buy Rewards Zone Facebook page here.  Log in to your Rewards Zone account (if you don't have one, create one here) and vote in the new User Poll (entitled "Winter Blues") and get 10 points.

If you and your spouse share a Rewards Zone account, you can each log in once for every survey and double the amount of points you get per survey, so you can get 20 points today.

$5 Best Buy certificates are rewarded at 250 points, so I'm going to keep watching this space for more free point opportunities.

Polo Ralph Lauren gloves for $14.97 with free shipping from Nordstrom

Nordstrom has got these very clever gloves by Polo Ralph Lauren on clearance at $14.97 (they were originally $40.00) with free shipping.  They're made of soft merino wool and even though they are made for men, frankly, I think they would look fine on a woman.

Wear them one way, and they're fingerless gloves (great for driving or texting).


And then when it gets cold, they convert into warm mittens.

The color shown here is actually not available; they are available only in black or brown.  Free returns.

(BTW, these gloves in the UGG version are twice the price.  Crazy, huh?)

Passover Swiss Alprose White Chocolate for $3.59 per 3.5 oz. bar


This is another one of those kosher for Pesach deals that you'll want to split up with friends.   Get ten 3.5 oz. bars of Alprose white chocolate with hazelnut pralines for $35.90 with free shipping.  That comes to $3.59 per bar of this very fine Swiss chocolate, which usually goes for about $4.00 to $5.00 in the supermarket.  It's OU-P, cholov Yisroel.

Two 50 oz. Tide detergents for $9.88 total with free shipping


Amazon has got this 2-pack of Tide 50 oz. HE Original Scent on Subscribe and Save for $11.38.  But before you purchase it, make sure you clip this $1.50 coupon first, lowering the price down to $9.88 for both 50 oz. bottles of detergent.  Because it's a Subscribe and Save item, shipping is free.  So:
  1. Clip this $1.50 coupon.
  2. Then, click here and select the $11.38 Subscribe and Save option on the right, and then click on the gold "Subscribe Now" button. 
  3. Your cart total should be $11.98 - $0.60 - $1.50 = $9.88 with free shipping.
As a plus, this order will certainly help if you are aiming to get the extra 10% Subscribe and Save discount that I talked about here.  Please note that if you fulfill the requirement for five Subscribe and Save deliveries in one month, this price will drop to $10.18 - $1.50 = $8.68.)

Just a word about Amazon Subscribe & Save: selecting Subscribe & Save is a fantastic way to save money.  It's pretty much risk-free, even if you are doing it just to get the additional discount. You can UNsubscribe to Subscribe & Save very easily, by going to your account as soon as your order has shipped. Even if (worse case scenario) you completely forget to unsubscribe, Amazon will not send out an additional order without shooting you a warning email first, giving you ample time to unsubscribe and cancel any additional orders in time. It's pretty much an all-win proposition. Shipping on Subscribe & Save items is always free, even without a Prime membership.

Free sample of Suave Moroccan Infusion shampoo/condtioner

 

Request your free sample of Suave Moroccan Infusion shampoo/condtioner here.

2/26/2013

Munchkin Children's Multi-Color Feeding 17pc Set for $14.99 with free shipping on 1SaleADay


    Includes:
  • 6-Pack rounded Soft-Tip Infant Spoons (gentle on your baby’s gums)
  • 5-Pack Multi-Color Cups
  • 5-Pack Multi-Color 12 oz. Bowls
  • 1 Munchkin 4-Compartment Snack Dispenser (has snap-tight lid to prevent spills and keep snacks fresh)
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • BPA-free
This 1SaleADay deal disappears at midnight EST today, 2/27/13.

LAST DAY: Lands End 30% off sale



Today (2/26/13) is the last day for the Lands' End Friends and Family event.   Get 30% off of everything on the site and free shipping when you enter promo code BUDDY with pin 3026.  This code is good through  tonight.  The free shipping is good with a minimum purchase of $50.

I just got this long chino skirt (pictured above), available in black, khaki and navy in all sizes (and petites and plus sizes too) for $28.00 after the promo code.  (It is so hard to find any over the knee skirts anywhere.)



Browse around; there are lots of bargains to be found, for men and kids, and petite and plus sizes too.

Sprouts BOGO sale stacked with coupons: Earthbound Farm Organic salad greens for $1.25 each


Have you got a Sprouts Market near you?  Ever since they took over the Sunflower Market chain, I've been getting emails from readers asking me to post Sprouts specials.  Other than their regular coupons, I haven't seen anything too interesting lately, until this week.

Starting tomorrow, 2/27/13-3/13/13, Sprouts is having a buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) sale on a number of items, including 5 oz. Earthbound Farms Organic salad greens (i.e. spinach, arugula, romaine, baby kales, frisee, spring mix, etc.), which normally go for $3.49.  Print this $1.00 off two Earthbound Farms Organic coupon here (The link will say that it's for Earthbound Farm Organic carrots, but the printed coupon will be for any EBO product.), and that price will drop to $2.49 for two 5 oz. salad greens, or $1.25 each.

FYI, these 5 oz. salad green boxes usually go for $4.50 each at Whole Foods.  I'm just sayin'....

Other items that will be BOGO this week at Sprouts:
New to Sprouts shopping?  Sprouts markets are a huge help in our being able to eat organic and save lots of money.  Like the Whole Foods stores in our area, they allow you to stack a manufacturer's coupon with one of their store coupons, which really helps with the savings.

$1 off two Ortega items


Print your coupon for $1.00 off any two Ortega items here.
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