CLEVELAND - It's not too early to start thinking about gathering food for your holiday parties and dinners. Joe Daugirdas, aka Joe the Coupon Guy , likes to stock up and save at bakery outlets and thrift stores. You can save even more by using coupons at these locations.
Forget about $3-4 bread. You can buy it for $1-2 at outlet stores. Here's a breakdown of some of the offers:
The company offers coupons on their website and also in the Valpak.
You can get free bread when you sign up for the Mentor Great Harvest e-mails. Other Great Harvest Bread locations have different deals. Also, Daugirdas suggests the Membership card at the Mentor location as a way to rack up points and earn freebies.
The store offers a 50% coupon for baked goods in the Entertainment book.
If you have an Entertainment book, make sure you use the coupons before they expire on November 1.
Here are a few of Joe the Coupon Guy's favorites:
Ace Hardware - $5 off $25
Avenue - 30% off one item
Dicks Sporting Goods - $10 off $50
Pat Catans - $5 off $25
Party City - $15 off $75
Smuckers Store - 50% off one item
West Side Market - BOGO coupons
In July, the Five on Your Side Consumer Team broke down the savings for all kinds of products at discount stores from food to clothing. Click here to see all the Northeast Ohio locations offering discounts every day.
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