Monday, October 24, 2011

It's not that I've forgotten about you...

I promise! There's just no deals this week!

Here's what I see:

Kandoo Wipes 42ct $1
-$.50/1 mq 8.21.11 SS or $1/1 mq 4.3.11 P&G
=Free wipes

Rite Aid
Zicam $7.99, Earn $7+up
-$2/1 mq 10.23.11 SS
-$2/1 RAq from flu booklet (get from pharmacy, no purchase required)
=$3.99 oop, earn $7+up ($3.01MM)

Saline deal:
Transaction example:
Simply Saline Neti Pot $14.99
Simply Saline Spray $0.00 (Simply saline are bogo)
Simply Saline Spray $5.99

*Earn $10+up wyb $20 Simply Saline products, then submit MIR for Neti Pot found HERE to receive $14.99 back.
=$4.01 MM

Theramax $7.99, Earn $8rr
=Free after rr

Indiana Popcorn Products $1.99
$1/1 mq 5.22.11 SS, 9.25.11 SS

That's all. Really, really, lame. :(

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Great deal on Toilet paper at walgreens

And you don't even have to have coupons...

Cottonelle ULTRA (in the purple package) is part of a national catalina deal, printing at all stores that use catalina machines (Walgreens, Target, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Kroger...etc) Buy 2 and get a $3 catalina good on your next purchase.

walgreens has the 12 ct package regularly priced at $5. In the monthly book, there is a $1 off coupon. When scanned, these coupon multiply themselves and subtract based on the quantity purchased.

Buy 2 Cottonelle Ultra @ $5/each
-walgreens $1/1 coupon (multiplies times 2)

Get back $3 catalina, good on your next purchase. (essentially making these $2.50 each)

There are also manufacturer coupons, which you can add to this deal, to bring your total down further.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Week of 10/2 Super Rite Aid deals

Some really great deals at Rite Aid this week.

Big Covergirl Moneymaker, cheap Aveeno products, free Toothbrushes and toothpaste, lots more. If you're interested in specifics, post here and I'll add them. I'm behind for the week, so going to start on the deals for next week.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Why the drugstores?

Or, "I like WalMart, why should I shop at the drugstores? I don't use Alli weight loss, Depends, Poise, Polident, or any other random products that I have to buy to get a 'good deal'."

Well, here's the answer: drugstores sell products you do use on a regular basis. Toilet paper, health and beauty items like shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, even food items like cereal, soda, canned fruit, and staples like sugar. With the reward deals offered by drugstores, many times you actually make money in these deals. The offer might be, say, for a "Free after rewards tube of Crest", but if you have a $1 coupon for the product, you actually make a dollar to purchase the item. That dollar can be used toward something you need.

You might think drugstores are more expensive than WalMart, and that is true if you walk in and buy it at non-sale, shelf-pricing. But if you use your coupons on sale items, you can do very well indeed. Then that saved money can go into things you can't buy at drugstores, like produce, meat and so forth.

In addition, you might not use Polident, but someone somewhere does, and they would love a gift of that item. If you don't know anyone personally that is in need, do a little research on the internet and you will quickly come up with dozens of charities that will gladly take donations of this type.

Walgreens: Getting Started: Week of 9/25-10/1

Walgreens looks good this week. Since it's the middle of the week, unless you're in a low-couponed area, you might find some items out of stock, but if not, then you're in luck.

I am going to assume if you're starting out, you don't have a multitude of insert coupons, but if you are interested in the game, you should at least get your hands on two sets of inserts a week. Buy two papers, ask a relative or neighbor to give you their unused coupons, etc. BOGO deals are almost always good with two coupons, so you always want multiples. Some of these scenarios are based on you having at least two sets of inserts.

Here's the deals, and what I recommend:

Zarbees Nighttime Cough Medicine $5.99, earn $6rr
-$1/1 inside box

Colgate Optic White Toothpaste 2/$7.98 ($3.99/ea), earn $6rr wyb 2
-$1.50/1 mq 9.11 SS

Schick Quattro Razor System or cartridges $8.99, earn $5rr
-$4/1 mq Schick refill 9.25 SS
-$2/1 mq Schick Quattro Razor 9.25 SS

Remington Razor System $4.99, Earn $5rr

Walgreens Regular or Overnight Maxi Pads, 14-24ct, $2, earn $2rr

Balance Bar $1.59, earn $1.60rr (This might ring uup $1.50 instead of $1.59)
(some areas got coupons in the 9.11 paper, but we did not, so I have not included them)

Theraflu $5, earn $5rr wyb 2
-$2/1 mq 9.25 SS

Least Oop Scenario (more transactions)
Transaction 1

Balance Bar $1.59 ($1.50)
=$1.59 +tax

Use Balance Bar coupon if you happen to have one from 9.11 SS
Earn $1.60rr

Transaction 2
Walgreens Maxi pads $2
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

$1.60rr from Trans 1
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag

Earn $2rr (also you will probably get a coupon for a Walgreens pads, which may or may not apply to this product if you want to buy more. Registers alternate printing a $.50 coupon that applies, and a $1 coupon that is only for bigger packages. If you get the $.50 coupon, and want to use it on another transaction, it will make your pads a $.50 mm)

Transaction 3
2x Colgate Optic White Toothpaste 2/$7.98
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

2x $1.50/1 mq Colgate Optic White 9.11 SS
$2rr from Trans2
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag

Earn $6rr (Colgate)

Transaction 4
Schick Quattro Razor $8.99
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

$2/1 Schick mq 9.25 SS
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag 
$6rr from Trans 3
= $1.15 +tax

earn $5rr (Schick)

Transaction 5
Remington razor $4.99
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)


Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag 
$5rr from Trans 3
=$.15 +tax

Earn $5rr

Transaction 6
Schick Refill $8.99
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

$4/1 Schick mq 9.25 SS
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag 

$5rr from Trans 5
=$.15 +tax

Earn $5rr

Transaction 7
Zarbees $5.99

$5rr from trans 6
=$.99 +tax

earn $6rr
(check your box for a coupon, you can use it on another box, or save it for Rite Aid's sale next week!)

Transaction 8
2x Theraflu $5/ea
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

2x $2/1 Theraflu mq 9.25 SS
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag  
$6rr from trans 7
=$.16 +tax

Earn $5rr

Now: results: all of the above items for a grand total of $7.89 +tax and you have a $5rr leftover.  If you're concerned about your rr expiring before you get back into walgreens, go ahead and use the $5 to buy something you need. Tuf trashbags are a great price this week: $2.99, and they are just as good as Hefty or Glad in my opinion. 4lb bags of Domino sugar is a great price (check the 8.28 RP for a coupon, varying values, depending on region), and something always needed, and I love the Indiana Popcorn at $.99 (after the $1/1 coupon from 9.25 SS)

More Oop Scenario (less transactions)
So, you want to save money and get the deals, but you don't feel comfortable with, or don't have time for a gazillion transactions? Here is a scenario for you. You still save the same money as above, you just have more up front out of pocket, and more rr's at the end.

Transaction 1
2x Colgate Optic White Toothpaste 2/$7.98
1x Schick Refill $8.99
1x Balance Bar $1.59 ($1.50?)

- 2x $1.50/1 mq Colgate Optic White 9.11 SS
- $4/1 Schick mq 9.25 SS

Earn $6rr (Colgate), $5rr (Schick), $1.60rr (Balance Bar)

Transaction 2
2x Theraflu $5/ea
Remington razor $4.99
Walgreens Maxi pads $2
Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

$6rr, $1.60, and $5 rr from Trans1
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag 
2x $2/1 Theraflu mq 9.25 SS

Earn $5rr (Theraflu), $5rr (Remington), $2rr (Wags pads)

Schick Quattro Razor $8.99
Zarbees $5.99
2x Halloween plastic tumber/gift bag ($.16 with in-ad coupon)

$2/1 Schick mq 9.25 SS
Wags in-ad coupon for Halloween cup/bag 
$5rr, $5rr and $2rr  from Trans2
= $1.30 +tax

earn $5rr (Schick), $6 (Zarbees)

Grand Total: Spent $13.41 +tax, with $11 of rr's left

Free Cereal at Publix through tomorrow

Today and tomorrow, you can get free cereal at Publix. Or, get paid to buy Fiber One 80  Calorie cereal.

Fiber One cereals, Total cereal and Oatmeal Crisp cereal are 2/$5.00
Use the $1/2 General Mills coupon from the 9.25 Smartsource insert along with the $2/1 Publix coupon from the yellow advantage buy flyer (expires tomorrow), to get two boxes for free.

If you don't have the insert coupons, there is a printable available. Here

Then, there is a Fiber One 80 Calorie Cereal printable here that is $1 off 1 ($1/1), which, if you use two, and two of the Publix coupons, will give you $1 overage to apply to the remainder of your purchase.

Monday, September 26, 2011

I'm back! sort of.... starting with Rite Aid

I really missed posting! I don't even know if anyone is still reading, but I have a few friends who asked if I could help them get started with some scenarios, so that's what I am going to try to do for a bit. :)

Let me start by saying that I know there are people who don't have time or the inclination to do a bunch of separate transactions. If you want to buy everything in one swoop, that's totally up to you. Your out of pocket will be higher up front, but then you'll have more rewards to roll or use at the end, but the bottom line will be the same. :)

So, without further ado:

Rite Aid:
You must do this by tomorrow! There is an overlapping deal with the weekly and monthly deals, but the monthly ends tomorrow, 9/27 ( I know? It's not the end of the month? Who knows why they do it this way)

Make sure you have a Wellness Card (loyalty card) and that it's scanned before any items are rung up, ensuring you will get your discounts and rewards.

I am going to do this without any coupons but printables, then list the insert coupons at the bottom, which can further reduce your out of pocket (oop).

1  Crest Pro-Health $2.69
1 Periobalance GUM OR 1 Doctor's Nightguard $24.99
= $27.68

Use $5/1 printable for GUM here or printable for Nightguard here
=$22.68 +tax

Get back Crest $2.69 +up, $20 Nightguard +up, $5 Oral Care +up (the Oral Care up is the one ending tomorrow)

*If you have insert coupons, go back to the week of 8.28 and pull the $1/1 Crest coupon and save an additional dollar.

You could then purchase the Softsoap body wash, if you are in need, as it's either free or $.24 (depending on the coupon you received in your paper)

Softosap Body Wash $2.99
Arizona Tea $.50 (for a filler)

$.75/1 mq (from this weeks paper)

$2.69 +up from first transaction

=$.05 out of pocket +tax

Receive $2 Softsoap +up

Some areas got a $1/1 Softsoap coupon, so if that's the case, buy something for your filler that will cover the extra. Something you need or want, a drink, candy bar, carton of eggs, loaf of bread, etc.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Free pizza at Food Lion!

Palermo's Pizzas are BOGO until 5/4.
Go HERE for a bogo Palermo mq. This coupon auto prompts for price entry, $6.99, shelf price.
= 2 free pizzas!

I also spotted a display of 2 liter Cheerwines across from the pizzas, each one had a hangtag for "buy a frozen pizza, get a free Cheerwine".

So 2 pizzas and 2 liters for tax only. :)

Can't beat that!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Super Cheap Baby Wipes at Publix!

This deal may end tomorrow, 3/16, or it might have ended today. Or it might end whenever the ad in your area ends. . . someone will have to try it tomorrow to find out.

In case you didn't notice, there's a small deal that was only advertised on a coupon sheet available in stores.

Publix wipes refills 320ct 3 for $5. Yep. 3 for $5. These are normally $7.49 each. Word has it this was meant to be the tubs on sale, but on the flyer, it states the 320 ct, and even has a picture of the 320 count. Publix is honoring the price, but they're not drawing attention to it either!

The coupons on this sheet expire tomorrow, 3/16.

I do not know if that means this unadvertised sale (there are no tags in the store) ends tomorrow, or today, since our ad sale ended today here in TN, but if you're in need of wipes, for anything, not just wiping baby bottoms. . . this is a deal worth checking out.

Just pick one up and have CS price check it for you.

Hope you find it! If so, update me so I can post :)

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Ebates! Free Money for referrals!

Wow! Great deals at EBates right now! I joined EBates a few years back and I try to remember to always go through EBates whenever I buy ANYTHING online. You get a percentage back for all your purchases from the participating retailers, and there are a LOT.

Right now, EBates is giving a bonus: cash money just for referring others.
$40 just for referring FOUR people!

So, if you're not currently a member, go HERE and register for EBates. Then go tell all your friends!!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Getting Started: Walgreens

A lot of people have been asking me lately about the coupon game. It's difficult to get to the level I am at without starting easy.

So, if you want to get started, here's your scenario for Walgreens, this week.

Transaction 1:
Arnicare $5.99

$2/1 Arnicare coupon HERE

=$3.99 +tax
Earn $6rr

Transaction 2
Neuragen $14.99
Fill $1.01

$10/1 Neuragen mq (Print this q, found in the Diabetes and You booklet HERE - company that makes Neuragen has been called and approved use of printed coupons from online magazine! - not the case for the other coupons in this magazine!)
$6 rr (from Transaction 1)
=$0 + tax

Earn $10 rr

That's it. Now you have $10 to use on something you need, or roll into another deal.

To get a little more advanced:

Transaction 3
Gillette Fusion $9.99
Arnicare $5.99
Fill $.39

$4/1 coupon from P&G insert
$2/1 Arnicare printable
$10rr from Transaction 2

-$.38 +tax
Earn $6rr (Arnicare), $4rr (Gillette Fusion)

Then, if you want to go crazy, buy another Neuragen, using the Arnicare rr, saving the $4rr and earning another $10rr.

Walgreens basics:
A Register Reward (RR) is a coupon earned when you purchase specific items. These are manufacturer coupons and are subject to the "One manufacturer coupon per item" rule. Therefore, you must have a "filler" or an item for the rr to "attach to". Your number of manufacturer coupons cannot outnumber your number of items (Walgreens store coupons do not count).

When you earn a rr, if you buy another of the same item with the rr earned, it will not print another rr.
For example, if you buy Arnicare with the $6 rr earned from the previous Arnicare you bought, you will not get another rr back.

RR's cannot have a value more than items purchased. If you want to buy a $5.99 item with a $6rr, you need something else in the transaction to bring your total over $6. (Another use for fillers)

You WILL receive a rr when you purchase an item using a coupon. No matter what the cashier/SS/SM may tell you.
RR's will not print if the Catalina machine is offline, out of paper, or if they have not been programmed properly at corporate.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Walgreens, week of Feb 6, 2011

Not a bad week to roll some rr's.

If you've not seen the Neuragen mm, it's a good one, and then you can roll it with some things you will probably be more likely to use.

Neuragen topical (monthly deal) $14.99, get $10rr
-$10/1 mq in Winter Diabetes & You booklet found at Walgreens
=$4.99, get $10rr = $5.01 mm

Veripur Hand Sanitzier $3.99, get $4rr

Right Guard Body Wash $3.99, get $3rr
-$1/1 peelie on product

Colgate Toothpaste 2/$5, get $3rr wyb 2
-$1/1 mq  found in Winter D&Y
=2 free w/2 mq's after rr's

Lysol no-touch Hand Soap Dispenser $11.99, Earn $7rr
-$3/1 mq
=$8.99, get $7rr = $1.99

Garnier Fructis Dandruff Shampoo 3/$10, earn $5rr wyb $15
-$2/1 tearpad mq
*Buy 5 = $16.67
 Use $2/1 mq x5 =$10
 Earn $5rr
= $1.67 for 5

Gillette Fusion (monthly deal) $9.99, get $4rr
-$4/1 mq
=$5.99, get $4rr = $1.99

Arnicare $5.99, get $6rr (monthly deal)
-$2/1 mq HERE
=$3.99, get $6rr = $2.01 mm
 * This coupon beeps. ALL coupons for this company's products beep b/c they do not know how to properly code coupons.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Contact Lens rebate

If you're in the market for contact lenses and are also getting your annual eye exam, check out this rebate by Acuvue:

Acuvue rebate

Friday, January 28, 2011

Super HIGH value Kimberly Clark coupons! Quick! Run!

Check it out!

$2 off any one Cottonelle toilet paper, $.75/1 any Kleenex
Loads more!


And make sure you change your location to zip 77477

And when I say go now, I mean, don't wait another minute, because these will go fast!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Walgreens Diaper deal!

I don't know about you guys, but my stash of diapers is running low and my son has grown out of all the cloth dipes we have. So I am in desperate need of some diapers! I actually had to pay full price for some at Rite Aid this week!!! (used +ups and a RAvvq, so no real cash, but STILL! $11.99 for a pack! RIDICULOUS!)

Anyway, there's a decent sale at Walgreens next week, and if you start THIS week, you can get them free next week.

THIS week:
4x Sinex $5/ea
-$4/1 mq x4
=$4 oop, Earn $10rr

(if you have rr's already, like a $5 one, do this:)
4x Sinex $5/ea
1x Thermacare travel $2.50
fill $.29

-$4/1 x4 Sinex mq
-$1/1 Thermacare ip HERE
-$5/1 rr

=$.79 oop
Earn $5rr, $10rr

NEXT week:
1 Huggies $8.99
Colgate Pro-Clinical $3.49

-$2/1 Huggies mq 1.23.11 SS

=$.49 oop
Earn $2rr, $2.50rr

If your store is out of Sinex, or you don't have any more q's, try this deal next week!
6 Maalox (regularly priced $6.79, 25% off) $5.09/ea

-$5/1 x6 Maaloxq

=$.54 oop
Earn $10 rr

Then, use that to get your Huggies.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Rite Aid Christmas Clearance

In case any of you guys don't know, (and I don't see how you could have missed it...) the Rite Aid Christmas items are all on clearance for 90% off. Everything that was ever in the Christmas aisle was included with fews  exceptions (bath sets, cd's, dvd's and pillow pets, mostly).

My store had little Christmas items left, but I went to the other store today and hit the jackpot! None of the toys were marked as clearance, but I knew they were, and bought two carts of toys (birthdays? check.) for $19.00! Nothing was over $1.99, and much of it was $1.49.

They even still had a train set and a dollhouse ($3.99 each!) and one of those tall dolls (the same height as my daughter, practically! ($2.99)

I was shocked there was so much still there, but I am thrilled to be set on gifts for a while. :)

Go check it out!

If you didn't really shop Christmas items, look for toys, wrapping paper ($.19!), stuffed animals, Gifts like binoculars, fountains, electric shavers and so forth, all 90% off, if you can find them. ;)

Good luck!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Walgreens deals, week of 1.16

A few nice deals this week, especially if you need to roll some rr's you've got floating!

Joint Juice $10, get $10 rr
-$1/1 ip HERE or HERE
=$1 MM after rr

Full Fast Appetite Spray $10, get $10rr

Pill Glide Spray $5, get $5rr (monthly)

Vicks Sinex (if you can find it in stock!) $5, get $10 rr wyb $20
-$4/1 mq 12.26 P&G
=$4 oop, get $10 = $6 MM

Thermacare Trial size (1 pack) $2.50, get $2.50 rr
-$1/1 mq HERE
=$1 mm after rr

Biore steam-activated cleanser $4.19 (clearance), Get $5 rr wyb 2 (monthly)
-$2/1 mq 10.10 SS
= slight mm wyb 2

Jergens Ultra Healing $4.29, get $5 rr wyb 2 (part of the same deal as Biore, so don't do them together in a transaction)
-$3/2 Jergens 12.5 SS
=$.58 wyb 2 after rr

Gillette Fusion $9.99, get $5rr
-$4/1 mq
=$.99 after rr

Here's a scenario I did yesterday to roll some rr's

Gillette Fusion $9.99
Sinex x4 $20.00
filler $.29

$4/1 Fusion mq
4x $4/1 Sinex mq
$5rr (GoKids vitamins)
$5rr (Pill glide)

=$.28 +tax
Earn $5rr (Fusion), $10rr (Sinex)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Rite Aid, week of 1.16, deals to pick up (or get rainchecks for)

Let me tell you, right now I am a little overdone with all the new couponers. Most of the people are fine. They all come in and get their couple of items in each deal and everyone gets some, but there are a few shelf clearers. I saw the deals, saw the post on H2S and knew I better get my kids up and get our butts to RA when they opened the doors if I stood a chance of getting any of the deals.

So I was the first on in the parking lot... followed by another couponer several seconds later. I got to the door, plunked my son in the cart and headed immediately for paper products. I DID warn the Store Manager that he might want to try to order up on these free after up items... so hopefully more will be coming in on the truck Friday. Meanwhile, I was the first one to get there, so I snagged the things I wanted, left plenty for others, and the other woman came around the corner... So it begins.

I am not pleased with the sudden influx of couponing being the "in" thing. TLC and their Extreme Couponing show can kiss my big toe. If they would show the idea of couponing; matching sales with coupons to get items for pennies, or next to nothing, stock up for four to six weeks, until the next sale cycle, that would be one thing, but the people chosen have been told to go crazy, and TLC is calling these couponers "Extreme Shopaholics" in thier little blurb about the show. Makes us look like a bunch of crazies.

So then, as I'm checking out, the SS comes over and vents about a phone call she just received. Some lady called and stated "I was there last week and witnessed lots of EXTREME HOARDING and I wanted to make sure the items I wanted are in stock before I bring my toddler out". Oh brother. I was there too, and I'll tell you what I saw. Ten to Fifteen couponers buying several of each deal apiece, which led to cleared shelves.

Then, I asked the SS what she wanted (thinking toilet paper/ tissues) and she wanted Tide. TIDE!!! pretty sure she had nothing to worry about.

The SS was really aggravated someone was calling her to be judgmental.... so listen ya'll, don't be so quick to judge others. It makes you look really bad. Oh and also - saw the lady before I left, and her son is older than mine, and heaven forbid me bring my son to Rite Aid in the 32 degree sunny weather. He'll survive. You snooze you lose.

At any rate, vent over. Here's the deals. If there aren't any left, get some rainchecks.

RA Toilet paper 4pk or single roll: $1, get $1 +up
=Free after +up

RA 65 ct boxed tissues (not 85 ct!): $1, get $1 +up
=Free after +up
*This also overlaps with another deal, buy 10 tissues, get $3 +up, so buy ten and get $13 in ups back.

RA Napkins $2.99 BOGO, get $1 +up/ea
= $.99 for two

TGIFridays Snacks (Potato Skins, Mozzarella Sticks) $.97, get $1 +up back
=Free after up

Hormel Chili 4/$5, get $1 +up wyb 4 AND monthly $1 +up/ea
-$.55/2 mq
=Free after +ups (slight mm with mq's)

Viactiv Soft Chews $6, get $3 +up
-$3/1 mq
=Free after +up
(might be a better deal week of 1/30, so might want to hang on to your q's)

EsterC BOGO ($5.99, $6.49 are cheapest items)
-$2/1 mq
-$1/1 VVq
=$.99 for 2 w/ 2 mq's and 1 vv

Halls Cough Drops 2/$3, get $1 +up wyb 2
-$.55/1 mq (blinkie) or $1/1 mq ip (no longer available)
-$.50/1 vvq
=$.50 mm with two $1/1's and a vv, after +up

Clearasil wipes, cream or gel $5.49 (regular price) ($4.39 with 20% wellness discount), get $1+up/ea
-$2/1 mq ip
-$2/1 in-adq
=mm with both q's and any wellness discount, after +up

P&G deal is not t'oo shabby, if you're brand loyal (like my Mom is to Tide). Also, try this:
2 Old Spice body wash $3.97/ea
2 Old Spice deo $3.97/ea
3 Sinex $4.97/ea

2 Old Spice BOGO (buy deo, get wash free) mq
2 $1/1 Old Spice deo mq (from P&G home mailer)
3 $4/1 Sinex mq
= $21.94

= $8.85, get $10 +up

Some good deals on food items if you have RA Monopoly money to spend on items you need. ;)

Mott's Applesauce 4/$5, get $1 +up wyb 4

Goldfish 2/$3, get $1 +up wyb2
=$1/ea after +up

Kellogg Rice Krispies $1.99
-$2/2 mq (no longer available)
=$1.98 for two

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Act fast! Egg coupon!

Egg coupons are extremely rare, and don't last long, so if you're interested, go HERE and get this one!
It' s $.55 off any two dozen eggs. Buy them at Rite Aid with +ups, while you're there ;)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Walgreens deals, week of 1.2.11, Free Diapers, Vitamins, Detergent, Lipgloss/Lipstick ... Wags... is BACK!

Hello everyone!

I know I've been absent for a while, so hopefully I can pick it up a little. I got roped into using up all the 5/25's at Rite Aid before the end of the year, and things have slowed a little, so I'm able to take a breath!

Walgreens is having a super duper week this week! I went from $0 in rr's to $115 in rr's for practically nothing, $30 in tax probably.

Here's the deals!

L'Oreal products, buy $15, get $5 rr (says specified products, but clearanced lip glosses and lipsticks are working).
CLearance lip gloss: $2.59/ea
Clearance lipstick: $2.79/ea
-$5/2 mq 1.2.11 RP (this coupon is coded for price entry, $5 will have to be entered when it beeps)

6 Clearance lipgloss $2.59/ea = $15.54
-3x $5/2 mq
= $.54, get $5 rr
= $4.46 MM

Natrol Acai $10.99 BOGO
-$2/1 10.10.10 RP
-$3/1 mq inside package (These are expired, but many have had luck, opening one in front of the cashier and having them accepted)
-$5/1 IVC in January booklet

2 Natrol $10.99 (bogo)
-2x $2/1 mq
-$5/1 IVC (will take off $10 when scanned)
=$3.01 OVERAGE (buy fillers to absorb)

Celsius Tea $3.99, get $3rr
-$1/1 HERE
=Free after rr

Oral B Toothbrush $2, earn $1 rr
-$1/1 mq, any OralB brush, P&G booklet
=Free after rr

Children's Oscillococcinum $8.99, get $9 rr
-$2/1 1.24.10 RP (Yes, that's LAST January)
-$2/1 HERE  (A warning, these coupons are coded incorrectly and WILL beep. They will have to be manually entered)
-$5/1 IVC in Wags January booklet
=$7 MM, after rr
(note, the IVC coupon does not work on the children's, but since it does not specify, and only states 6ct, many stores are price modifying the product to $3.99, to account for the Wags $5 coupon)

Omega Factor-3 $10, get $10 rr
-$3/1 mq inside package
=$3 MM, after rr

Salonpas Arthritis Pain Patches $5.99, get $6 rr
=free after rr

Finish detergent $3.49, get $1.50 rr
-$2.25 mq 1.2.11 SS
= -$.26 after rr

Huggies $6.99 sale
-$2.50 ip

Here's a scenario idea:
Scenario 1 a.k.a. Nearly free diapers, Detergent, lipstick and vitamins

Transaction 1
2 Natrol Acai $10.99 BOGO
6 L'Oreal lipstick $2.79/ea = $16.74
Finish $3.49
1 Clearance Christmas $.10

2 $2/1 Natrol mq
1 -$2.25 mq Finish
3 $5/2 L'Oreal mq
$5 Wags IVC Natrol

=$.07 oop +tax

Earn $1.50 rr, $5 rr

Transaction 2 (if you don't want to deal with the Osc q issue, leave it out, toss in a $.51 filler and use the $5rr from the last transaction) 
Huggies $6.99
Children's Osc... $8.99
fill $.10

$2.50/1 mq Huggies
$2/1 Osc mq
$5/1 Wags Osc IVC
$5 rr
$1.50 rr
= $16

=$.08 oop +tax
Earn $9 rr