DVD Deal – Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
Don’t miss out on this deal if you’re interested in purchasing Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs!
#2 – Get $4 back via mail when you buy the movie and two Ronzoni products. You can get the Ronzoni on sale at Albertsons through Tuesday for $.99 after coupons and doubles. Purchase two boxes for $1.99 each, use this $1/2 printable coupon, double it, and get each box for only $.99! Other pasta varieties you can use for this rebate are: Ronzoni, San Giorgio, American Beauty, Creamette, Prince or Skinner (I’ve never heard of most of these!). I’ve gotten the Ronzoni pasta for as little as $.17 before. I may wait for a better sale! If you print the coupon today, it won’t expire for a month.
#3 – If you purhcase the DVD, you can also get one Spot Shot (carpet cleaner) FREE. First of all, when you purchase your movie, ask the cashier to print a duplicate receipt – you’ll need two in order to do both rebates. You’ll find an advertisment (plus a $1/1 coupon) for the Spot Shot in the 1/3 SS (Sears Optical on the front). You can also read all the details about the Spot Shot/Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs rebate offer here. Just purchase one of each (can be at two seperate stores), submit the rebates, and you’ll be reimbursed (up to $5.49) for the Spot Shot – be sure to use the $1/1 coupon from the 1/3 SS or there is a printable coupon as well. NOTE: The receipt dates must be 1/5 at the earliest. Fine for the DVD since it isn’t released until 1/5, but don’t run and get your Spot Shot on 1/4!
#4 – We don’t have this restaurant in Idaho, but many of our readers outside of Idaho do! Sony has partnered up with Buca di Beppo – (find a location here). They gave the restaurant 2000 DVD’s to give to customers when they order one Meatball Pizza ($14.99). Apparently, there is also a $10/$20 coupon for Buca di Beppo out there (you’ll need to enter your zip code to get the coupon – one that works is 33055). Of course, as always with these types of things YMMV! I’d call the restaurant to make sure they have DVD’s to give away. If you want to do it, get there quick, as 2000 nationwide isn’t a lot!
Phew! That was wordy! Thanks Common Sense With Money!