Oh yeah. My favorite. Free. Even better: paying me to shop!
Here's my freebie list for this week's sales.
Right Guard Fast Break deodorant: 2.99, earn $2rr. Use coupon HERE to make it free after rr.
(Rite Aid still has a mail-in-rebate program. Some of these are "FAR", or Free After Rebate)
*Degree Clinical Protection Deodorant - $6.99, Use the $2/1 Degree mq from the Family is Its own Reward Booklet from Publix, and submit for a $5 rebate, making this FAR
*Wet Ones - $1.99, Use the $1/1 printable HERE and submit for a $1 rebate, FAR
*Stayfree products B1G1, Use the B1G1 coupon from the Sunday paper 6/28 and get TWO FREE!
If you buy a bunch of the Stayfree and the limits of Degree, Wet Ones, and other FAR items, and use a $5/25 printable found HERE you can make money off this deal. MoneySavingMom has a great scenario where you also get a $25 gift card back! (You'd need a whole bunch of Stayfree q's though- so buy lots of papers or hit up the recycle bin)
Lots of moneymakers!
Apple & Eve organic juice is $1.39. Use the $.50/1 mq from the Greenwise magazine and the $1/1 Publixq from the Summertime Savings magazine - stack them for $.61 overage
Clorox GreenWorks Dishwashing Liquid is on advantage Buy for $2.50. Use the $2/1 mq from the Greenwise Magazine and the $1/1 Food Lion Home and Earth q (or flip) - stack them for $.50 overage!
Raid ant/roach spray is $3.89. Use the $2/1 mq from the yellow Advantage Buy flyer and the $2/1 Publixq from the Summertime Savings magazine - stack them for $.11 overage
Glad products: Glad Cling Wrap is $1.59 and snack size bags are $1.59. There is a $1 Glad flip and use the $1/1 Glad food storage product q found in the Keith Urban Fire up the Grill flyer for $.41 overage.
Hefty Fresh Express Bags are $1.79 and there are $1/1 Hefty Fresh Extend Bags & produce item and $1/1 Hefty q's in several inserts, as well as blinkies right next to the "One Zip" bags in most Publix stores. This gives you $.21 overage toward a produce item (buy something small- a piece of ginger or something that will cost a few cents)