Tuesday, February 16, 2010

4 Cent Crest Toothpaste & 3 Cents Pillsbury Biscuits

As if the 5 cent Pillsbury Biscuits weren't a good enough deal last week, you can not get them for even less!

First, you can go here, here and here to read about getting free Laundry Detergent this week. The deal is still going on.

Kroger - 3 Cent Pillsbury Biscuits
  • But (6) Pillsbury Grands Biscuits - Reg $2.09 - On Sale $1.29 - $.99 w/Buy 10 Get $3 Off Promotion ( Mix and Match ) - Total $5.94
  • Use (3) $.30/2 Printable Coupons - Print (2) here and (1) here - $1.80 Off
  • Pay $4.14
  • Get $4 Back in a Catalina when you Buy 6 - Click here to read more about the Catalina deal at Mommy Snacks
  • You pay $.14 out of pocket for 6 or 3 cents for each one!

Walgreens - 4 Cent Toothpaste
  • Buy Crest Toothpaste - Reg $2.29 ( your price may vary a bit by region )
  • Use $.75 Off Crest Toothpaste Coupon from the 2/7 and 1/17 P&G Coupon insert - $.75 Off
  • Use Coupon from the February Walgreens Coupon booklet ( found at the front of the store ) for $1.50 Off Crest - takes $1.50 Off
  • Final Price is 4 cents ( YMMV at managers discretion )
Thanks Moms by Heart

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Danielle Miller said...

I ordered my extra Purex coupons from eBay! I'm just waiting to get them in the mail. Can you freeze grands? I thought that maybe I would open the packages and pan freeze them.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

You know..I am not sure. But, I don't see why not!

Anonymous said...

The cans say DO NOT FREEZE! :(

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Mine says do not freeze unbaked. I assume that meant we could freeze after you cook it.

Let me know if anyone knows anything different.

Queen said...

i freeze almost ALL pillsbury products...thanks to the general mills catalinad dealsm, we've had lots! i have successfully frozen pissbury biscuits, pizza dough, cookies, crescents, cinammon rolls...just thaw them overnight in fridge the day before you need them. honestly i don't know why they say don't freeze.....it's never been an issue for my family.

Queen said...

OMG!! not pissbury! PILLSBURY!! I am so sorry!

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

OK...you just CRACKED me up! Laughing so hard. I totally knew what you meant and didn't even notice the mistake until I read your 2nd comment.

Sharon said...

Thanks, Queen, for the tip on freezing. I've been wondering about that. Now, perhaps, I'll go get some more.
I snagged a ton of crescent rolls for free from Weis. I tried this recipe last night for 5 teenage boys and 2 little ones. It was DELICIOUS!!! It's called Spicy Apple Twist. It's so easy! Here's the link:
I also used 2 cans of the pillsbury grand biscuits and made 4 strombolis. I used a half can per stromboli. They were a winner!

Sharon said...

Oh, a friend of mine using biscuits to make fried donuts! Oh my, are they good and easy.

Rachel from TX said...

I've been loving the Pillsbury and Purex deals. I use the biscuits for a ton of things but my favorites are...
--their intended purpose,
--homemade hot pockets (I get flakey layers and peel them apart),
--an all in one breakfast popover (scramble up eggs w/ cheese, meat, peppers, etc pour in muffin pan, plop a small piece of dough in the middle and bake) that are as portable as a muffin but home cooked taste

Sharon said...

Love the breakfast popover! I was thinking of putting the biscuit in first but putting the dough in after sounds even better! I'm going to try that one.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Wow...this was a great comment post! Love all these ideas on how to use my pillsbury. My mouth is watering!

Thrifty T said...

Do you know how long the catalina deal was for? I purchased my grands today but my catalina didn't print.
Thanks for any help.