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Walgreens Gig: Week of October 25


Here are the best of the Walgreens deals courtesy of Shellie


$7.00 Dulcolax Balance

– $3/1 Ducolax coupon HERE
– $4 RR
Net Price = FREE
**Plus submit for a $5 MIR HERE

$2.49 Fiber Choice (10ct)
-$2.49 RR
Net Price = FREE

$3.49 Quaker Quick Oats
-Use $1.25/2 Quaker Oatmeal (RP 8/30)
-Use BOGO in-ad coupon
-Get $5 RR WYB $10
Final Price = 4 for FREE
**Note: When you buy 4, the in-ad coupon will auto deduct $6.38. You won’t need 2 coupons.

$5 for 3 Suave Hair Care
-$1/2 Suave coupon (RP 8/2) OR
-$1/1 Suave coupon (RP 8/2 – Regional)
-$2 RR WYB 3
Final Price = As low as 3 for FREE

Super Poligrip – $2.00
-$2 RR
Final Price = FREE

GOOD DEALS… Continue reading ‘Walgreens Gig: Week of October 25’


CVS Gig: Week of October 25

CVS Sale Coupon Matches

Here are a few highlights for the week. Don’t forget to use your Greenbagtag for $1 in ECB after 4 visits (once per day).

Sunday – Monday – Tuesday ONLY

$2 Hershey’s, Mars or Nestle Candy (Snack Size/Fun Size Bags)
$1 Nestle (11.5 oz or larger) Printable here
$.55 Reese’s in recent inserts
$1 on 2 Mars Candy in recent inserts
B3G1 FREE Hershey’s in recent inserts
Net Price $1 – $1.50 each

ECB Deals

$9.99 Nova Max Blood Glucose Monitor: $9.99 ECB. Limit 1 | FREE after ECB!

Spend $15 on Duracell Batteries: $5 ECB. Limit 1
$.75 in recent inserts
Net Price varies | 3 Packs (priced at $5.99 ea): $10.72 total after coupons/ECB!

$7 Aveeno Shampoo, Conditioner (10.5 oz), spray (5.2 oz):  $2 ECB. Limit 1
$2 Printable here
$1.50 Nourish Hair in the June
All You (exp 12/31)
Net Price $5 each | $3 each after coupons/ECB!

$9.99 Gillette Fusion, Embrace or Spa Razor (1 ct): $5 ECB. Limit 1
$2 in the P&G $120 in Savings Booklet (rebate ended)
$4 Fusion in recent inserts (exp 10/31)
$2 Venusin recent inserts (exp 10/31)
Net Price $5.99 – $7.99 each | $.99 – $2.99 each after coupons/ECB!

Spend $20 on Cover Girl Cosmetics: $8 ECB. Limit 1
$1 in recent inserts (exp 10/31)
$1 in recent inserts (exp 11/30)
Net Price varies upon product | use multiple coupons

Spend $20 on Dove or Degree Products: $10 ECB. Limit 1
Includes: $4 Dove Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler / $7 Dove Body Wash, Lotion or Bar Soap (6 pk) / $3.50 Degree or Dove Ultra Clear Deodorant
Several coupons in recent inserts
$1 Printable here
$1 on 2 Printable here
Net Price varies upon product
| 5 Shampoo: $5 total after coupons/ECB!

Spend $20 on Allergy/Cold Meds: $10 ECB. Limit 1 | 50% savings after ECB!
Includes: Several Listed in Ad

Other Deals Continue reading ‘CVS Gig: Week of October 25’


It’s the great justification for my coupon obsession, Charlie Brown

Now you’re going to judge me for this, but I’m okay with that: I save my grocery/drug store receipts. They’re my prize, my bragging rights, I guess? Not that I get them out and show them to visitors, though. (I don’t. Really.) I keep them tucked away in my home office folded over and paperclipped together. (At some point I will organize them by store – because that’s how I remember when my products were puchased. Not when, but where.)

Part of the way I justify it is this: Now and then, I will come across a rebate that I wasn’t aware of and get all *clappy hands* that I’ve already made the right purchases- which usually means I’ve gotten them for a song.

Today was one of those occasions: I stumbled onto the following rebate that I’d overlooked – and remembered that I’d bought Skippy at Target a few weeks back for $1 with a coupon. I’m sure the Littlest Rockstar would really dig the movie, so I’ll keep my eye open for a sale:

Buy Skippy & the It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown DVD  and get a $3 rebate

HERE‘s the $3 off rebate form.

I also reminded myself of a couple of rebates that are out there which I haven’t (and may not) fulfill, but I printed up the forms and put them in my file, just in case. I’ve already completed requirements for the 3 SC Johnson rebates and could probably complete several more before the end of the time period (just 3 per household, it says).  

I periodically also look over recent deals that I’ve gotten and do web searches periodically to see if there are rebates that slipped through the cracks. Often rebates happen in conjunction with store specials through a corporate marketing promotion, so it pays to look into it.

The amount in rebates that I’m submitting this month will buy me a new bottle of Maker’s, and for this bourbon-lovin’ gal, that is the sweetest reward there is.

Happy rebating!


Rack up the savings at Meijer.

I hit Meijer yesterday for a couple of bigger deals that I probably mentioned, but they turned out to be sweeter than I thought.

However, the deal on Campbell’s cream soups (there is more than just Cream of Mushroom and Cream of Chicken on sale for $.99).
use various coupons from inserts
or use this $1/2 Campbell’s Cooking Soups printable
Stack with $1/4 Meijer Mealbox coupon
Final Price $0.25ea after coupon
PLUS, when you buy 5, you get a free loaf of Pepperidge Farm bread (currently on sale for $2.49) AND a Catalina for $5.

You are able to buy your soup and your bread, get your $5 catalina and turn around and do it over again with the Catalina. Rinse and repeat til your coupons run out. This is the sort of occasion when buying coupons would pay off. Stock up for right around $5, you can get a lot!

Pick up 6 Pillsbury Simply Refrigerated Dough at $1.99 each, Get a $4 catalina plus $1 off of 3 Gallons of Milk
Use 6 $0.55/1 coupons here, here, or here (you can print 2 coupons per computer per site) or from inserts
there’s a $1.25/1 printable here 
Final Price $0.24ea after $0.55/1 coupons and catalina, plus $3 off of milk!

Ziploc Bags (sandwich sized 50 count)–$1.69
Use $0.40/1 coupon from insert
Stack with $1/2 Meijer Mealbox coupon
Final Price $0.39 after coupon (PLUS, when you buy 3 boxes, you’ll get a $2 catalina. AND, it is eligible for the SC Johnson rebate I mentioned earlier.)


My domestic rockstar is showing

I subscribe to Real Simple and LOVE it. It’s a very well done (practical and not cheesy) magazine about living well and keeping trendy with some focuses on saving coin – but not to the point of say, reusing Ziplock bags. For example, they’ll show several types of a style (clothing & home decor) and how to accomplish it with varied budgets.

Whether or not you are a subscriber, they also have some great promotions via Real Simple Rewards.

For example, this month they have these:

Holiday Savings: When you send in receipts confirming purchases of $15 or more from participating brands, they’ll send you a $5 rebate (while supplies last, purchases must be made between 10/12 and 11/15, more fine print etc). Brands include Head and Shoulders, Eucerin, International Delight, Jergens, Uncle Bens, Nestle Toll House, etc.

Smart Shopping: Another promotion rewards you with a $5 Target gift card when you buy $20 or more from participating brands in a single transaction. A couple of these brands overlap with the promotion above, which is nice!

Encouraging Rewards: A breast cancer awareness themed promotion rewarding you with free notecards with $15 in purchases from participating brands, including Pyrex and Energizer.

Free Candy Dish when you buy any 6oz or larger M&M’s premium candies.

There’s also some contests to enter as well as other useful around-the-house tips.

What is up with everyone doing rebates these days? I’m not complaining!


No wonder Santa is so fat

Oh hey, there is another nice Kellogg’s Rebate when you purchase specially marked Keebler Products.
Collect 5 of the special toy cash tokens found on select packages. Mail those in along with the Kellogg’s Order Form.  You get a $10 Toy Cash Voucher back in the form of a check.  This one expires 10/31/10, too.

Thanks, Frugal Shopping with Julie!


Southern Comfort knows what’s up

They know how to keep people happy in a recession. It’s a fact – liquor sales go up in a recession. Why? People stay home to drink, I suppose.

SoCo’s got you covered. I saw this in my Sunday insert last week and literally laughed out loud. It’s a REBATE for buying several bottles of SoCo. The bigger the bottle, the more coin you get back. I’ve scoured the web trying to find a printable version of this but haven’t been able to. According to the fine print, there’s quite a few states in which this offer is void. Lame.

A rebate for being an alcoholic. Now THAT’s a new one. I back it.

SoCo rebate

SoCo rebate

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