Monday, March 15, 2010

Coupons I Ordered from The Q Hunter



I just finished cutting, sorting and filing my coupons from the last two weeks.  Yes I was behind but now I'm all caught up!!  I also just ordered my coupons for this week's sales from The Q Hunter and wanted to share what I ordered.

  1. My Favorite one this week! I ordered 12 -  Buy 2 Jars of Classico Pasta Sauce, Save $1.50 on Fresh Beef.  This matches up great with my plan to buy several chuck roasts that are BOGO at Kroger this week.  And guess what?  The classico pasta sauce is included in the Kroger's Mega Sale this week.  I love Classico's sauces but they're usually more than I'm willing to pay.  This coupon means that I get to stock up!!  I'm using the Chuck Roasts to make Hungarian Goulash for dinner one night this week and to put several dinners worth in the freezer.
  2. I ordered 10 Land O Lakes Spreadable Butter coupons for $.40/1.  I'll use them to stock up at Meijer where Land O Lakes is one sale for $1.00.  I'll pay just $.20 each.  That's with multiple transactions so that all my coupons double.
  3. I ordered 5 Hidden Valley Farmhouse Originals $2.00/1 coupons.  This is a gamble. The flavors sound good.  Fresh salads from the garden are not too far in my future AND since I think this is a new product I bet there will be a sale soon.
  4. Lastly I order 2 Hillshire Farms Smoked Sausage $1/2 coupons.  They are BOGO at Kroger this week making them $1.60 each after the sale and coupons.  We use this for several easy dinners so it's a good item to have in my freezer.
All together I spent $3.04 (that's after my 20% savings with code 
20off First.)  These coupons will allow me to save $38.00!!

Learn more about The Q Hunter here.

Which coupons did you order??
 

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4 comments:

* said...

Please explain how these services work.

For example, how do they obtain their inserts?
Do they have an infinite number? Or are there orders that they are sometimes unable to fill due to the number of orders?

Becky said...

Thanks for your questions!

I'm not sure just how she obtains her inserts. I know that she get multiple (100 maybe) local papers and also has a source for inserts from elsewhere in the country.

As you search for a specific coupon you will see the number currently available. Some "hot" coupons may have a limit to the number that you can order. It's my understanding that once an order is placed the number of coupons ordered is subtracted from the number available. So if you order from an available number of coupons your order will be filled.

Hope that helps!

* said...

thanks for the reply....

What is the turn around time on the orders?

* said...

disregard above ^^^^^;

I just saw you other post :)