Monday, May 31, 2010
Target is having a promo on various Olay facial cleaners. For each 2 participating products you purchase, you get a $5 gift card. Combine that with the rebate to get $20 back on a $50 purchase(before coupons) and coupons, and you can turn this into a money maker.
Another deal is on Venus razors. Target has the single razors clearanced for 4.24 each. Couple that with the $5 Target gift card wyb two insert coupon and the $2 off razor coupon (5-2 PG expires TODAY!) and you have yourself another money maker.
Here is how my transaction looked:
2 Wishbone dressing $1.49 each - .75 Target insert coupons 4-25 RP - $1.50/2 insert coupons 5-23 RP = -.02
3 Bounty Basic .99 each - $1 Target insert coupon 5-16 RP = FREE
22 Venus razors $4.24 each - $2 insert 5-2 P&G = $49.28
Earned $55 in gift cards
2 Olay Regenerist $6.64 each - $5 homemailers(booklet from sending in receipts) = $3.28
1 Olay Regenerist $5.99 - $5 homemailer = $.99
4 Olay cleaner $3.69 each = $14.76
1 Olay cleaner $4.69
4 Olay cleaner $2.99 each = $11.96
*There are $2 coupons in the 5-2 P&G insert(expires today) for cleaners but they beeped and Target would not let me use them.
Earned $30 in gift cards
Cost oop: $84.94
Earned a total of $85 back in gift cards and will send off for $20 Olay rebate
Final tally $84.94 + .44 stamp -$85 in gift cards -$20 rebate = PROFIT OF $19.62!
(of course, if you store allows use of the $2 Olay facial cleaners coupon, you could make even more)
Sunday, May 30, 2010
Some coupons I like to currently print coupons.com:
$1 off Muir Glen product (makes the tomato paste close to free or free with sale)
$1 Wheaties Fuel cereal (cellfire is going to be resetting Tuesday and I am hoping for a loadable)
$1 Fiber One yogurt (should get a loadable which makes these free on a regular basis)
$1 Yoplait delights yogurt (Randalls regularly has some reduced 50% off, making these cheap/free)
$1/2 Lifesavers (these are currently $1 each at Kroger)
$1 Sunsilk (Randalls has been clearancing some of these out)
$2 CeraVe (my niece uses this and it is hard to find coupons on this product)
$3 Huggies diapers
$1.50 Kiss my Face product(on clearance at Randalls and I have read kids versions are on clearance at Toys R Us)
Bogo Littlest Pet Shop (I am holding for a bogo sale)
$1.50 Minute maid (does NOT specify orange juice, so you could get punch if you prefered)
$2.50/3 Huggies 64ct wipes
$4/2 Huggies diapers
.50 Betty Crocker warm delights (have not seen this value in inserts as often)
Interesting run at Randalls! I got a call from my husband while checking out so I am not sure if my total was right or not, but it sounded good to me.
I ran in to use up several FREE coupons I had from General Mills that were set to expire at the end of the month. While there, I noticed Pantene was clearanced(old style bottles) for .99 each. We have $1 coupons for the stylers from the 5/2 P&G insert, and $1 coupons for the Shampoo/conditioners from a recent Parade magazine.
All the Pantene beeped and had to be manually entered, and a few of my frees beeped, so it was strange how my cashier ran everything through
Here is how my run looked:
1 Digiorno 200 calorie pizza $3 - free coupon(from facebook?) = FREE
2 Fiber One Yogurt $2 each - 2 free homemailers(register took 2.50 off each) = -$1
1 Oreo Cakesters $3.59 - free coupon(facebook) = FREE
2 Yoplait yogurts .50 each = $1
4 Cover Girl powder $5.04 each - 50% sticker(2.52)-bogo insert 4-11RP(took off 5.04) = FREE
2 Cover Girl powder $3.64 each - 50% sticker(1.82)-bogo insert 4-11RP(took off 5.04) = -$1.40
29 various Pantene .99 each - $1 coupons(manually entered)= -.29
2 Oscar Mayer turkey dogs $1.99 each - $1 in ad coupon - $1 peelie = -.02
3 Oscar Mayer hot dogs $1.99 each - $1 in ad coupon = $2.97 (there are $1/2 IP or 5-16 ss but I didn't have any with me)
1 Bush's baked beans $1.34
Tax: $2.25 (should have been lower, but he entered some of my Pantene coupons as non-taxable, so I paid tax on those)
Cost oop: $4.85
Friday, May 28, 2010
I lucked out and the coupons aligned PERFECT for me to get more Prevacid for my husband. Here is how my transaction looked:
1 Prevacid 42 count $23.99 - $3 CRT CVS coupon - $10 Parade 5-9 = $10.99
3 Nivea body wash $4.99 each - $4 insert 5-2 RP = $2.97
-$5/30 CVS email coupon
-$8 in ECBS
Cost oop: $1.05 and earned $5 for Nivea (spend $15 get $5, limit 5),
$5 for Prevacid and $1 for Green bag tag (recycling ROCKS)
So final tally $9.05 cost, earned $11 so profit of $1.95 to get my husband a 21 day supply of his much needed medicine (I am sooooo happy this went over the counter!)
General Mills has decided to go against the norm and offer a tiny insert in this weekends paper. GREAT that we are gonna get papers, but not sure how much out of pocket I want to pay for such a small insert.
Just click on picture above to see the preview so you can decide how many papers you plan on getting.
Also, while there, you can see the preview for the next couple Red Plum inserts coming, so you can start planning accordingly!
We just passed a milestone moment in our household. My oldest just graduated..............kindergarten! *sob *sob
Well, I KNOW the grandmas, great grandmas and aunts are gonna want a picture of this milestone moment! I plan to go to York Prints and sign up so I can get 40 free prints. (I love free pictures) Cost of shipping should only cost me about $3. YAY! Congrats Zoey on your graduation, I am proud of you.
(by the way, my copy of this picture is much better, but I wanted to delete out others for privacy reasons)
If you have read me for any amount of time, you know I LOVE The Children's Place. You also should know I REFUSE to pay full price, especially for kid's clothing. Lucky for me, The Children's Place has come to my rescue today!
Right now, they have MANY items for $5 or less. As if that wasn't enough, there is a 20% off code good until 5/31 (memorial2010). Still not enough?
Well, I went through ShopatHome to earn 5% back on my purchase for even MORE savings! (You could also use Mypoints, ebates or Upromise, but ShopatHome had the biggest payout I could find!)
I ended up with 10 items in my cart and spent just under $50 AFTER tax and shipping.
That includes 5 pairs of JEANS, including this cute pair I got for my little one!
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Safeway just came out with a new Dairy booklet that comes with recipes and $26 in coupon savings! These books should be found at Safeway, Vons, Dominick's, Genuardi's, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Pavilions, and Carrs. In addition, there is an instant win game and sweepstakes to win a Summer Backyard Makeover. Go here to enter contest and play instant win game. Let me know if any of you win the instant win game!
The coupons in the booklet are as follows:
Manuf coupons expire 7-13-10 (start with 9)
$1/2 Kraft Singles 10.5 oz +
$1/2 Kraft natural shredded cheese 6oz+
$1/2 Jell-o gelatin, mousse or pudding snacks
$1/2 Knudsen or Breakstone's sour cream or cottage cheese 16oz+
$1/5 Weight Watchers 6 oz yogurt cups
$1/2 Florida's Natural premium not from concentrate juice
$1 Sorrento or Precious fresh mozzarella or ciliengini
$1/2 Popsicle Ice Pops and Fudgsicle Ice pops multi packs
$.55 Promise Spread product
$.50/2 Simply 100% juices 1.75L
Manuf coupons expire 7-13-10 (start with 5)
$1/2 pints Ben & Jerry's ice cream, sorbet or frozen yogurt
$1 Nestle Coffee-mate liquid creamer
$1/2 Baby Loaf 2 lb Tillamook cheese
$1/2 Chobani 32 oz yogurts
$1/2 Sargento Natural Deli Style Sliced cheeses 5 oz+
$1/2 Kozy Shack 22 oz tubs or 6 packs
$1/2 Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough
$1/10 Yoplait yogurt cups
$.50 Fage total yogurt
$.55 Silk Soymilk half gallon
$.50 any package Land o Lakes butter
$.55 International Delight pint
$.55 Horizon Organic milk half gallon
$.55 Simply Hashbrowns
$.55 Crystal Farms all whites
Store coupons expire 7-14-10
$1/2 Lucerne Cheese 16oz shredded or chunk
$1/2 Lucerne Cream cheese
$1/2 Lucerne sour cream 16 oz
$1/2 Eating Right Pro-biotic yogurt
$1 Lucerne non-diary creamer 32 oz
.50/1 or $1/2 Lucerne Creamery Fresh ice cream 1.5-1.75 qt
Starting today, you can save an additional 25% off your purchase. I will definitely be hitting up this sale for some new shoes for the kiddos. I might even pick up a pair of shoes for me, since the outlet also sells womens Keds etc!
Go here to print your coupon for the store, or if you want to shop online, use code FFMAY25. If you choose online and buy at least 2 pairs of shoes, you will also get shipping free. Or, to find a store/outlet near you, go here.
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
6 bottles of wine reduced to $5 each - $3 10% off for purchasing 6 bottles = $27
Tide Stain release $6.99 - $3 loadable - $3 insert 5-2 P&G - $1 in ad Randalls coupon = -.01
1 Delimex taquitos $10.99 - 2 $3 shortcuts - $2 insert 4-11 SS = $2.99 (my dh got hooked!)
1 Minute Maid OJ $3.99 - $1.50 IP = $2.49 (I had a $1.50 loadable too, but it didn't come off)
1 Yoplait Fiber One yogurt $2 - $1 shortcuts- $1 homemailer = FREE
2 Precious Mozzarella cheese $3.99 each - $2 50% sticker - $1 booklet coupon = $1.98
1 Huggies Diapers $9.99 - 2 $3 loadable - $3 IP = .99!!!!!!!!! (I was not expecting 2 loadables to come off)
-$4 oynso and -$2 oynso (she wouldn't let me use more than one like)
Cost oop: $31. 38 (seemed high to me but then I remembered $27 of it was wine!)
Here is my breakdown
6 Sweet Baby Ray $1 - $1 insert 5-23 SS = FREE (Houston got the $1 off ANY size)
3 Andy Capp Hot fries .99 - .35 blinkies = FREE (traded for these since we got .55 blinkies)
1 California Pizza Kitchen $5.89 - Free loadable = FREE (from playing the March Madness Kroger online game)
1 Prevacid $11.49 - $6 loadable - $6 insert Parade mag 5/9 = -.51
4 Disney cat food(to eat overage) .44 each = $1.76
Cost oop: .94
*If you have an unfriendly Kroger or one with low limits, you might want to take the Kroger ad to Target or Walmart to price match the Sweet Baby Ray barbecue sauce!
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Went today to pick up some Spinach since I had home mailers making them free.
I like to always check the clearance just in case and I was glad I did. My niece is NUTS for Infusium and I found some with 50% stickers, combine that with $3 off inserts and it was a GREAT deal. Here is my breakdown:
2 Fresh Express spinach $1 each - 2 homemailers = FREE
1 Del Monte Fruit Chillers $2.50 - $1 loadable - $1 IP = .50
1 Ovaltine $3.99 - $1 loadable - $2 loadable - $2 IP = -$1.01
13 Infusium $6.99 each - $3.50 each for 50% stickers - 13 $3 insert = $6.37
- 2 $2 oynso from Ziploc
Cost Oop: $1.97
So total cost $5.97 for everything and a great stock of Infusium for my niece(she is graduating yay!!!! and going away and I want to send her with a great stash of hba)
Got back $8 in ECB so $4 money maker!!!!
Monday, May 24, 2010
I was lucky to find a couple packages with 50% off stickers and a regular price of $4.49, so basically FREE after rebate and stamp! I found these at my local Randalls.
Seems the Huggies $3 diapers and $2/2 wipes coupons have reset (use these to get a deal on Huggies at Kroger with the current buy $15 get $3 off instantly)
$1/2 Oscar Mayer hotdogs (save for next weeks sale at Randalls- will make them .49)
$1 Energizer batteries (potential for free 2 packs)
$1/2 Stove Top stuffing (I have seen some as low as .79 at Kroger, so .29 each after coupon)
$3/2 Right Guard deodorant(good to have since deodorant is a regular ECB or RR deal)
$1.50 Kiss My Face (seen several of these on 50% clearance at Randalls, making for free/overage with coupon)
$1 Tidy Cat litter (always a good coupon for you cat folks!)
$1.50 Huggies Little Swimmers(great for the current deal at Walgreens-combine with May coupon book for cheap swim diapers)
$1 Purina Friskies cat treats(should make for free treats with a sale)
$2 Whiskas dry cat food
$1 Dove deodorant (again ,deodorant always a good coupon to have for deals)
$1/2 Bryan meat (should make for cheap meat, if needed)
$4/2 Huggies diapers
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Here is my breakdown:
12 Ziploc containers $1.99 each - $1.50/2 insert 5-16SS = $14.88
20 Chew Eez sticks .80 each - 5 $4/4 insert 5-16SS = -$4
1 Organic milk $4.99 - $1 tearpad = $3.99
2 Cover girl with 50% tag $3.64- 1.82 50% tag - bogo coupon insert 4-11 RP(3.64) = FREE
-$10 in oynso catalinas
Cost out of pocket: $4.86
Earned back $12 in oynso. Makes my total cost $2.86 overall!
Thanks Mercedes for the heads up on the coupon.
Friday, May 21, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
1. Bounty Basic $.99 at Target everyday price at Target - $1 insert Target Q 5-16 RP(auto adjusts) = FREE!
2. Andy Capp's Hot fries .99 everyday price at Kroger - .35 blinkie tripled(I traded for these- if you have more of these I am looking for these as my dh is an addict!!!!!!!) = FREE (I would normally get 3, but apparantly my "lunch" run store got a new manager that does not know purchase and transaction are two different words with two different meanings and I did not have time to deal with that issue!)
Now, my reasons for very little shopping:
A. My kids last "real" week of school is THIS week, so lots of EXTRA stuff going on(my kids go to a "private" school, so they function on school schedules but still go on non-school days due to my work)
B. I got a PROMOTION!!!! I was really unhappy in my current job and wanted to get out, but the money kept me there because we are working on the "snowball"! Well, I had karma step in and my "hiring" manager retired and decided she wanted me to step into her shoes and came to bat for me. I am getting an AWESOME opportunity that I know right now is the right step for my family and so I am gonna take this fork in the road and see where it leads for now!
C. Just look at my next pic........................
Monday, May 17, 2010
Well, for those of you that do not have a Half Price books nearby(or for those that want to do ALL the reading programs- why not?!!!!), maybe you want to take a look at these offers.
HEB has a summer reading program too. Just read 10 books(parents can read the books to the younger kiddos) and fill out the form. Mail in your completed, initialed form before October 1st to the San Antonio address listed, and you should receive a free t-shirt in the mail.(one per child) These shirts either run really big, or my kiddos are just really small!
You can download the form here, or you can find the forms in stores near the Buddy Buck crane game.
(Either way you choose, you might want to also take the time to pick up a Birthday club form too. They send out HEB brand coupons on your kiddos birthday and mine included free bread!)
Borders requires kids to be 12 or younger. Kids can earn a free book just by reading ANY 10 books they choose(can be the same books you do for the other promos too!) Fill out the form
and bring it in to any Borders, Borders Express or Waldenbooks before August 26th to choose 1 book from 12 titles (I am excited to see Ramona the Brave on the list, lol)
And finally(for the corporate sponsored reading programs): Barnes and Noble
Barnes and Noble requires the reading of 8 books and asks that the kids write about the places they visit in each book. Their program begins May 25th and goes through Sept 6th and is good for 1st-6th graders(This is the first year my oldest is going to be old enough to participate in this one!)
Just download the Passport to reading form and bring it in completed before Sept 7th. Your child(ren) will be allowed to pick a book from the preselected list printed on the form and they will be entered in a drawing to win an autographed set of books from The 39 Clues series.
What about your local library? Well, the Houston Public Library System has a reading program too! You can register as early as May 1st, and the program begins June 1st and continues through August 1st. Their program is open to kids up to 18 years old!!!!!
Read or listen to books, enter book titles or time read on your online reading log either at home or with the help of your librarian, and come to your local Houston Public Library location to pick up your prize at 5, 10 and 20 book level.The more books you read, the more prizes you are eligible to win.
For all my non-local readers, be sure to check out your local libraries for similar programs! Let's get these kids on the right path to reading!
You can also go here on May 24th, Monday, to make your reservation online! Good luck and I will see you at Chick-Fil-A!
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Better print now, before they reach their limit! This should net
Edit: Sorry, I read $2 off one, but after printing noticed it is off wipe and refill and then there is a $2/2.
The best way to find the answer to these questions is Google(ok Swagbucks might have the answers too and earn you some points, while at it, but I am a google NUT!)! I use it ALL the time to answer this very question.
An example of what I do:
Just today I got people asking if you can freeze tortillas, since right now HEB has that great deal going on for it. Well, since this is a store brand, I thought of a more popular brand to google, in my case, I chose Mission. Googled to get the Mission website and headed straight for their FAQ section. Lucky me! Scroll all the way to the bottom of their faq and what are the last two questions? Is it okay to freeze corn tortillas? Is it okay to freeze flour tortillas?
And, voila, my answer is yes, with a recommendation to thaw them in the fridge over a couple days rather than microwave thawing!
Hopefully having this knowledge will save you the time of having to wait around for me to get back online and answer this very important question. I know sales come and go quickly and getting an answer quickly is very important. Nothing worse than saving money stocking up on something you are just going to have to throw away. I know I can't always be strapped to my computer, and I don't currently have mobile internet, so if I'm shopping, I am not here to answer comments.
By the way, another cool guide I found while clicking around to make this post, can be found at this Freezing Guide PDF.
Stopped in today since I was nearby and even with NO coupons, I only paid .25.
Here is how my transaction played out:
3 Capn Crunch Peanut Butter $2 each - $1 50% off tag per box -$1 per box for sale promo = FREE
1 Cheerios $2.50 - $1.25 50% off tag - $1 for sale promo = .25
Cost oop: .25*
*I could have had $1.75 overage if I had of thought about the .50 Capn Crunch coupon that just came out in the Sunday paper, or that you can print here!
Even without the clearance sale, the IP makes the Capn Crunch .50 a box! MMMMM, it has been FAR too long since I have indulged on a box of Crunch Berries, lol.
Edit: Sorry about the typo, thanks to my readers for catching my errors! It was a LONG shopping day yesterday.
3 Air Wick $5.99 each - $2 Target Q (no longer available) - $4 insert = -.03
6 Schick Hydro 5 $7.99 each - $1 Target Q - $5 insert = 1.99
-.10 (.05 for each reusable bag I brought in)
Total cost: $11.81 and earned $15 in Gift Cards back ($5 for each 2 razors purchased)
7 Purina Kitten $1.89 each - $2.19 insert free coupon = -2.10
1 Oscar Mayer lunchable $2.79(not picuted because my kid ate it, was supposed to be free from Kroger instant win game during March, but did not come off!)
2 Mirra bubble bath $2.99 each - $5/2 tearpad = .98
6 Cover Girl eyeshadow $2.24 each - $2.50/2insert 5-2 PG = $5.94
2 Secret deodorant $3.50 each - .50 insert 5-2 PG - $3/2 loadable = $2
2 Old Spice deodorant $3.50 each - $3/2 loadable = $4
2 Old Spice bodywash $3.50 each - $3/2 loadable - 2 x $4.29 bogo insert 5-2 PG= -$4.58
-3 x $4 P&G promo
7 Houston Chronicles $2 each = $14
-$5/50 groceries home mailer
Cost oop: $5.36 oop
Well, HEB has the corn tortillas for .79 each, so only .04 after coupon.
For the flour tortillas, they have some for .95 and some for $1. The store we shopped was all out of .95, so we purchased $1 ones for .25 each after coupon.
We also bought 4 more Wholly Guacamole and they ARE still ringing up .99(though not posted on sale).
If you want the tortillas, hurry, because those coupons expire in about 3 days!
Friday, May 14, 2010
Here is how my transaction looked:
5 Kellogg's cereals(Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Rice Krispies) $1.50 each wyb at least 4 = $7.50
-1.25 50% sticker on ONE of the Rice Krispies (50% comes off ring up price of $2.50)
-$1/2 insert 4-11 RP -$1/3 insert 4-11 RP
1 McCormick seasoning $1.99 - $1 insert 4-25 RP = .99
2 Go gurt $2.50 each - $1.25 50% sticker on each - 2 .80 shortcuts - .35 insert 4-18 SS - .50 homemailer = -1.15
1 O Organic cottage cheese $1.49 - .75 50% sticker - $1 tearpad(found at pharmacy) = -.26
3 Axe bodywash $3.99 each - 3 * $1 (Randalls price wyb in groups of 3) - 3 * $2 50% sticker - 3 $1 IP = -.03
$3.80 total and earned $4 for buy the 5 cereals and $1 for buying McCormick
Also got 4 more boxes with the movie ticket promotion from Kelloggs.
One trick is to know some offers have multiple links, giving you an opportunity to get multiples of the same homemailer at one address. An example is this $30 Home Made Simple Homemailer from P&G . Here are
If you get the error message, just click where it says click here, and it should give you the screen to request the booklet :)
This booklet usually will give you a chance at free dish soap with the high value (compared to newspaper coupons) coupons offered, especially for Dawn.
If you would like to see more posts like this, please let me know. I know many of you read several other blogs that cover a lot of this already, hence the reason I don't post these. But if this is something I readers want, I will do my best to accomodate.
Thanks Mercedes for the extra links!
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
This is how I did the deal:
10 Kelloggs Apple jacks/Froot Loops, and Corn Pops $2.50 each - 10 .70 blinkies - $1 per box for promotion = $8
1 McCormick Spice $1.99 - $1 insert = .99
2 bottles of wine clearanced for $2 each = $4
$12.99 total cost and earned $4 oynso for cereal and $1 for the McCormick spice.
Will also mail in receipt for the $10 Kelloggs Calendar rebates I keep mentioning ( I traded for these on HCW - limit 8 PER HOUSEHOLD!!!!!)
This gives me a profit of $2.01 for the transaction.
If you don't have the blinkies, you can still make a decent deal by using the $1.50/2 IP coupon or the $1/2 IP coupon or $1/2 here, the .55 Cheerios or Cinnamon Toast crunch or $1.50/2 IP for various GM cereal, or the 4-11 RP insert for select Kellogg's cereals.
Also participating in the $4 off promotion are Nature Valley granola bars and nut clusters, Cheerios, Reeses Puffs cereal, Quaker Oatmeal Squares, Frosted Flakes, and many more I can't think of at the moment. Make sure you have all your cellfire and shortcuts loaded before you go!
Each box I purchased also was specially marked for the Kelloggs Toy Story promotion discussed here.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
I was super excited to see that Half Price Books is again offering their wonderful Summer Reading program! They even extended the age to include children up to 14.
Kids 14 and under can earn a $3 Half Price Books shopping card for each WEEK they read at least 15 minutes per day!
You can pick up a log sheet at your local Half Price Book store or you can print your log here.
Reading Rewards available only at Half Price Books locations. Limit one per week, per child.
I know last year they would adjust down if your child didn't pick something worth at least $3, so you don't have to worry about a few pennies if your total is $2.99 or so.
Monday, May 10, 2010
1 EOS shave cream $2.99
1 Schick Hydro 3 razor $7.99 - $5 insert 5-9 = 2.99
1 Walgreens straws .99- .49 = .50
-2 $3 RR
Cost oop: $0.52
Earned $3 for the EOS shave cream and $5 for the razor
5 Johnson Buddy bars .97 each - $1 insert 3-7 RP = -.15
7 McCormick spices $1 - $1 insert 4-25 RP = FREE
8 Wholly Guacamole $.99 each - $1 insert 4-25 SS= -.08
1 Mission Chicarrones(blech, dh eats these nasty things) $1.89 - $1 tearpad = .89
Cost oop: 0.66
Sunday, May 9, 2010
So anyway, some good stuff on sale at Randalls right now, plus I walked into a store with TONS of clearance!
Here is what I did:
5 Juices, takes $5 off when you buy 5 participating(prices are after $5 was taken off)
1 Welch's $1.99 - $1 loadable - $1 IP = -.01
4 Capri Sun $1.15 each - $1 insert 4-25 SS = .60
4 Nabisco 100 calorie packs $2.50 each - $1 loadable - 2 bogo IP = $2.42*
1 Pampers extra protection $9.77 - $2 pg esaver - $3 homemailer - 2 * $1.78 in ad coupon(not sure why it took off $1.78 twice?) = $1.21
1 Secret deodorant $2.99 - $2.99 pg esaver - .50 insert 5-2 PG doubled = -$1
1 Metamucil $4.99 - $2 pg esaver - $3 insert 5-2 PG = -.01
1 Old Spice deodorant $3.79 - $3 pg esaver = .79
1 Old Spice bodywash $3.99 - $3 pg esaver - $3.99 insert 5-2 PG bogo deod/bw = -$3
50% off clearance items
1 Puffs with lotion $2.49 - $1.25 50% sticker - .50 homemailer(vocalpoint) = .24
10 Always pantiliners $3.49 each - $1.75 50% sticker - $1 insert 5-2 PG= 7.40
11 Stayfree maxi $1.72 - $.86 50% sticker - $2 insert 3-28 RP= -$12.54
1 Ob tampons $3.49 - $1.75 50% sticker - $1 peelie = .74
1 Nature Bounty Acetyl $6.49 - $3.25 50% sticker - $2 insert(kroger supplement, man. coupon) = 1.24
2 Nature Bounty Salmon Oil $5.49 - $2.75 50% sticker - $2 insert(kroger supplement, man coupon) = $1.48
4 Centrum kids $3.59 - $1.80 50% sticker - 2 $3 homemailers = $1.16
Cost oop: $0.47
*Earned a $3 oynso for purchasing 4 Nabisco 100 calorie packs
Super coupon mom said
One year when I was too young to drive my brothers and I walked up to the craft store at the front of our neighborhood and got her a t-shirt and painted it. She did this as a gift for people a lot and when knew how much thought and love she put into each one and we wanted to do the same.
Congrats Super Coupon Mom, please email me with your information so I can get your prize out and again Happy Mother's Day to all my mommy readers.
I will also post my GREAT Randalls run later tonight after I spend some time with my family.
Saturday, May 8, 2010
20 Covergirl eyeshadow $2.24 each - 10 $2.50/2 insert 5-2 PG(a generous friend gave me these because the Chronicle didn't get them) = $19.80
2 Old Spice bodywash $3.50 -$3/2 loadable - $4.29 bogo insert 5-2 PG = -.29
2 Old Spice deodorant $3.50 - $3/2 loadable - $4.29 bogo insert 5-2 PG = -.29
-6 $4 PG promotions
Coffee filters manager special .74
6 Old El Paso burrito mix .53 each - 3 $1/2 tearpads = .18
6 pack St Arnolds $6.99
Cost oop: $3.37
Earned $3 oynso for beef or chicken for purchasing 6 Old El Paso products.
I finally got around to clipping those coupons, so decided to pick up a few at the store I was shopping. Well, I went to the register with Skittles as my 2 fillers to use my 2 expiring $2 RR. Imagine my suprise, when my total was only $2.70 at check out, not the $4.20 I was expecting.
Well, apparantly the No Nonsense are B1G1 free!
Here is my breakdown:
2 Skittles .49 each (filler)
4 Sure deodorant $1.50 each with in ad coupon - $1.50 insert 5-2 SS = FREE
1 Nivea 16.9 bodywash $5.59 - $4 insert 5-2RP= $1.59
2 Nivea 8.4 oz bodywash $4.79 - $4 insert 5-2 RP= $1.58
6 No Nonsense knee Highs $3 - 4 $1 insert 3-21 SS - $1.50 bogo sale = - $1.50
Spent $2 RR and .70 oop and earned $5 RR back!