Thursday, April 8, 2010

Target- Finally found some Schick Quattro razors

Few decent deals at Target, but I really wanted to go for the Schick Quattro razors. This is the ONLY razor I like and I am willing to pay for it! I am sorry for those of you that went after me as I will admit I CLEARED the shelf purchasing the 2 I found, lol!

Anyway, this is what my transaction looked like:
2 Airwick Imotion $6 - $5 insert 3-7SS- $2 Target IP (adjusted down to $1) = FREE
2 Schick Quattro razors $6.99 each - $4 insert 2-28SS = $5.98
3 Seventh Generation wipes $2.99 each - 3 $1 Target IP - $1 IP - $2/2 IP = $2.97
1 Ge Reveal Lightbulbs $2.49 - $1.50 Target IP - $1 insert 3-7SS = -.01
Tax: ?(can't find my receipt at the moment to get precise)
Cost oop: $9.xx ish and earned $5 gift card for the 2 Schick Razors and will mail in for $5 rebate on the Seventh Generation wipes!


Allyson Marie said...

Didn't know if you could use these in any way:
Several Oscar Mayer coupons :)

Casey said...

Which Target do you usually blog about? I couldn't find the stuff you mentioned most of time when I go to my Target:-(

What about Randall and Kroger, which part of town?


Stephanie (aka zoeys_mom, ZM) said...

Casey, I shop multiple Targets depending on where I am about town. This particular trip was at the Eldridge Parkway/Westheimer store (between Sugar Land and Katy)

Shanna said...

Just to let you know, the 7th Generation rebate limit has been reached! :(

Anonymous said...

i wanted to share my target trip with everyone. i live in MD and my mom (from TX) turned me on to your blog. thanks for all the great ideas

2 i motion oil plug in 6.00 -2.00 target coupon -4.00 coupon from the paper. both free

2 i motion starter kits 6.00 -5.00 coupon from the paper 2.00 for both

2 4pack GE light bulbs 2.24 each -1.5 target coupon -1.00 coupon from the paper -.88

2 gillette razors 6.99 -4.00 coupon from the paper 2.99 each plus a 5.00 gift card.

OOP 9.00 including tax.

the i motions are gong to be given as gifts and the light bulbs are going to be donated to soldiers in Iraq

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