As you know, I adore garage sale season. But one of the other perks of summertime is grilling. It’s so nice to be able to cook without heating up the house. And because there’s an element of danger to grilling, my husband is more likely to volunteer to make dinner!
Here are some ways you can save on grilling this holiday season:
Save $2 on Kingsford charcoal after you sign up for their newsletter.
Lowes frequently offers rebates and special deals on grills and summer accessories. Click here before you make any major purchases to see what deals are available. Last Sunday’s paper also had a $10 off a $50 purchase coupon in it. You can usually get the sales circulars by the doors at Lowes if you didn’t get in the paper.
You can also check out all the deals on outdoor stuff at Home Depot here.
Get a free bottle of Country Bob’s All Purpose Barbecue Sauce by filling out the form here. Limit one per household while supplies last.
Always been a Heinz person? Well, you can try Hunts Tomato Ketchup for a change and if you don’t like it, you can get your money back (up to $3) using the form here.
You can get a 50 cents-off coupon for any flavor Mrs. Dash Salt-Free Marinades by clicking here.
Head to French’s and get printable coupons for French’s Mustard, Cattlemen’s Barbeque Sauce and more.
This is just a few of the many, many coupons that are out there. Expect to see lots of great deals on all kinds of summer goodies – everything from ketchup to graham crackers to sunscreen between now and Labor Day. And of course, don’t forget your local farmer’s market. Farmer’s markets are wonderful places to get great deals on delicious fresh produce. Take advantage of these great prices and stock up!