Grocery Gathering- Commissary Deals

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The following are commissary deals that run through 3/19/08

Barilla Pasta- $0.69 a box (this is a great price, so stock up, the commissary usually puts these on sale every other month)

Barilla Plus – $1.09 a box

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks – $1.25

Edy’s Ice Cream – $3.19 a container. Breyers is still cheaper at it’s regular price of $2.99 but if you like Edy’s you can save $0.70

Healthy Ones Lunch Meat $1.69

Kraft Mac and Cheese ~ $0.50 a box, in some stores there is a tear off coupon for $0.30 off 2. This brings them down to $0.35 a box.

Kraft Singles- $2.00

Luvs Mega Pack Diapers- $7.99

Muir Glen Organic Pasta Sauce – $1.69

Muir Glen diced tomatoes are $0.99. There is a coupon for 1.00 off here: http://www.eatbetteramerica.com/Coupons/

Thanks st8homom for the tip!

Nabisco Chips Ahoy Cookies $1.99

Pop Tarts – $1.25 and $1.50 a box depending on the box size. I am not sure how a great a deal this is because we don’t buy pop tarts, but there is a coupon out there for pop tarts, so you might get a good deal on this one.

Totinos Party Pizza – $0.79

Other items on sale this week-

Aunt Jemima Pancake mix and syrup

Betty Crocker Frosting and Mixes

Breyers Ice Cream

Gold Medal Flour

Hidden Valley Dressings

Jolly Time Popcorn

Kraft and Cooper Cheese products

Muir Glen – assorted products

Mrs. Paul’s Frozen Fish Products

Nabisco Triscuits and Wheat Thins

Ocean Spray Juice

Planters Nuts

Stouffers- Frozen Lasagna

Sunshine Crackers

Shelly brings up a great point regarding commissary shopping.

I have become a HUGE fan of the tear-off coupons that are often hanging on the shelf in the commissary. Very frequently they will show up WHILE the item is on sale, producing an awesome deal – and of course you can get multiples that way without having to buy multiple newspapers. I always watch for them now. Our commissary had tear-offs for the sale Pop-Tarts and for the sale BigG cereals. Don’t forget the coupon table near the entrance to your commissary too. Again the best part is if you find a good coupon, you can have multiples! It often seems the coupons are released during or near the sale window for an item.

Currently there is a tear-off coupon at the Ft. Meade commissary for a free gallon of milk if you buy 3 Kelloggs cereals. Some Kelloggs cereal is on sale for $1.99 a box. This could be a great deal if combined with cereal coupons.

Check out BeCentsable for other great deals at all of your favorite stores.

Do you know of great Commissary sales going on this week? Email them to me at

thehappyhousewife@comcast.net and I will add them to this post and link back to your

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Military Freebie!

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New commissary sales start on Thursday.

It’s not too late to Pillsbury cake mixes for $0.75.

More commissary deals here

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Commissary Deals 2/21- 3/5

Crest Toothpaste is on sale for a $1.29. Procter and Gamble has a coupon flier out with $1/1 coupon. That is a 6.4 oz tube for $0.29 after coupons.

Also certain flavors of Pillsbury Cake mix are on sale for $0.75. There is a coupon from a few weeks back for $1 off 3 mixes. Your after coupon price would be $1.25 for 3 mixes.

Fruity Pebbles (I am not endorsing this cereal) is on sale for $1.5o a box. There is a Post coupon out there for $1/2. The cereal ends up costing $1 a box.

Find out how Commissary shopping can save you money with my Commissary shopping tips.

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Coupons for Troops

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Coupons for Troops is a program I started in 2008. My goal is to provide expired and non-expired coupons to military families stationed overseas. The prices in overseas commissaries are significantly higher than those in the States and military families do not always have access to coupons in newspapers and inserts. Military commissaries overseas accept coupons up to six months past the expiration date.

Military Commissaries accept manufacturer coupons as well as internet printed coupons. The Commissary is a grocery store so only “grocery” coupons are needed. Families cannot use store specific coupons (ie Target, Walgreens, Kroger).

Those who participate in Coupons for Troops are assigned an overseas military family. Coupons, which do not need to be sorted, are then sent directly to the assigned family. All overseas military families have FPO or APO addresses so mailing coupons costs the same as if you were sending them stateside. You can send as many or as few coupons as you have available. Please only send coupons that have been expired 3 months of less in order to give the families time to sort and use the coupons.

If you are a military family stationed overseas and would like to receive coupons we would love to add you to the mailing list.

If you would like to participate in the program you can find specific details and a sign up here.

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