Today is FREE pretzel day at Pretzelmaker! To get your free pretzel, say “It’s National Pretzel Day!” You can find a list of participating stores here. The 3 locations in Arizona are: Arrowhead Towne Center in Glendale (2 locations!) Desert Sky Mall in Phoenix Foothills Mall - Bakery Cafe in Tucson
"Join us for the Fifth Annual 31 Cent Scoop Night on April 27, 2011. Once again, we are partnering with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), paying tribute to America's Firefighters and thanking our loyal customers by lowering the price of Baskin-Robbins scoops to just 31 cents*!"
Deals have been slow around here...but a few random deals
The other day I was in Walgreens and found a section of $1 shirts...these weren't clearance, they actually had a barcode that had $1.00 on it (solid colored)...they were with the shirts labeled 3 for $10. I bought a few-they had limited sizes and colors, but might be worth a look if you are going to Walgreens to do any of the deals Juli put together.
I went into the 99¢ store for a few Easter goodies for an Easter Egg hunt (already happened yesterday and it was a success!) and found some wooden puzzles-I was so excited because these can be expensive. They had ABCs and Numbers. They are no Melissa and Doug, but they will work for my kids! My cousin Abbie has found Target brand tights for little girls here and KC from Desert Deals Diva is always finding treasures there!
"Buy one 6” sandwich, get another 6” sandwich of equal or lesser value for FREE from opening until 9AM, April 18 – April 29. Try that tasty breakfast sandwich your taste buds have been begging for, or grab a sub for lunch to go."
To celebrate Earth Day, on April 17th, 2011, Target will be giving away free reusable bags in store (with purchase) to the first one million guests. Limit one per guest. When you use a Target reusable bag ten times, you’ll keep 25 plastic bags out of landfills! Earth Day is actually on April 22nd, but Target prefers to do their giveaways on the weekend.
Check out Target's Earth Month page for more information and to enter their sweepstakes to Refresh Your Nest with Sabrina Soto.
"The Arizona Farm Bureau confirmed Wednesday what many of the state's consumers already know: Food prices are going up. The agency reported that higher fuel and commodity prices helped push the price of a basket of 16 food staples up 5 percent in Arizona during the first three months of the year."
The good news (I guess) "Despite the increase, Arizonans are still paying less for groceries than in many other parts of the country. The American Farm Bureau Federation reported the average national price for the same 16 items is $1.22 more than Arizona."