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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Free Crest Toothpaste!

Here is an example of what is possible when you coupon!  Below you will see an image I took of 102 FREE Crest toothpaste I picked up at The Dollar Tree.  I actually got 120 tubes of Crest, but I gave 18 away already.  ;)  I'm writing this post to help those that need to see exactly what coupons I used.

Below you can find an image with the 3 different kinds of coupons that one can find in July's P&G coupon insert.  These coupons specify that the tube of Crest must be 3.0 oz or above.  In the picture to your left you will see that there are a variety of Crest toothpastes available.  They range in sizes from 3.5 oz to 4.7 oz.  Hurry!  These coupons expire August 2, 2015. 

Keep in mind you may only use 4 like coupons per day.  If your Dollar Tree doesn't have them now, check back often.  I went to the same three stores the entire month of July.  For those of you that missed that coupon insert, you may use the August P&G coupon that gives you $2.50 off 2 Crest toothpastes (must be 3.0 oz or more).   For those of you that do not have a Dollar Tree close by, save the coupons for Shop Rite's deal this coming week.

I hope this helps you save some money this year!  Think of how much money you could save if you didn't have to pay for products such as toothpaste, mouthwash, shanpoo, deodorant, etc!

By the way, Kmart is doubling coupons (up to $2.00 this week).  I already started my hauls.  Will be back later to post my finds with pictures.  ;)  Don't have a clue what I'm referring to?  Check out my old Kmart posts so you can understand why I'm talking about.  

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Sunday, December 14, 2014

An Example of a Rite Aid Haul

In my previous posts I've mentioned how I shop at Rite Aid to stretch my budget.  The picture on the left is the first of a series of transactions that spanned over three days. The reason one has to set up transactions in this way is because Up Rewards are not available until the next day.  So if you purchase a product that gives up $10. in Up Rewards, you must wait until the next day to redeem them.  I imagine the stores implemented this to cut down the waiting time at the registers.  CVS and Target don't have these restrictions.  I read other blogs where couponers say they roll their ECBs on multiple transactions and many as 5.  I would hate to be waiting on that line!  LOL!  Back to the breakdown.  I printed a coupon that can be found at the bottom of this site.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and you'll find it.  The coupon is for a BOGO of the Schick ST2 disposable razors in the image.  They were on sale for $6.99.  The deal was buy $25. in Schick products, get back $10. in Up Rewards.  I had 4 coupons to buy 8 packs which totaled about $56 before the savings were applied.  They allowed 2 deals per household.  I had a Rite Aid coupon they sent me by snail mail for $10 off a $50 purchase.  I also had 2 coupons for $2 off and 2 for $3 off.  My our of pocket should have been less than $12 and then I was to receive $20. in Up Rewards.  Unfortunately, the cashier messed up the transaction and didn't process one of the BOGO coupons, so my OOP was $18.68.  I told her the total was supposed to be less.  She decided to figure out the error after it was processed.  I didn't make a big deal out of it because she gave me the coupon back and I knew that CVS was going to have the same promo this week!  Lucky me.  ;)  So, I walked out with $20 in Up Rewards I could use the next day.

Transaction number two turned out to have an error as well.  Serves me right for going to a Rite Aid that I know has cashiers that don't know much about how the promos run.  I was short on time, so I decided to take the risk.  I went to the register with 2 Viva Paper Towels (8 pk) and a gallon of milk.  I used a 50 cents off printable coupon from pickupthevalues and a $1.00 peelie coupon found on the package.  My OOP was supposed to be $0.  Instead I had to pay $4.18 because the cashier said I only had $10 in Up Rewards.  I was in a rush so I paid.  I got 25 cents added to my ibotta acct and $12.49 added toward my SavingStar smartphone app on the deal: spend $30 on Viva or some other products they have listed and you get back $5. 

The next day I returned and bought 2 more 8 packs of Viva Towels and paid $1.50.  I used the remaining $10 in Up Rewards and 2 peelie coupons for $1 each. 

I was a little frustrated with Rite Aid this week, but it worked out.  I gave away a lot of my paper towels, so I need to stock up again.

Don't forget to get your SavingStar account up and running.  You can get the money you save in gift cards or deposited into your paypal account.  I like the Viva Deal and I'm about to complete it as you can see on the picture to your left.  ;)

Remember, scroll down and print the Schick BOGO coupon because you will be able to repeat this transaction at CVS this week!  Go stock up and save money on your groceries in 2015!

Thursday, December 11, 2014

How to Roll Kmart Coupons

In my last post I wrote about the Kmart and Sears loyalty program called shopyourway and how I use it to score free stuff.  This time I decided to share my Kmart haul to give you step by step instruction.

The picture on the left consists of two separate transactions from Kmart.  I made this purchase last week.  The reason why I started here is to explain where I got the Kmart coupons I used on this week's transactions.  So last week, Kmart was doubling up to 5 coupons (per day) valued at $2.00 with a minimum purchase of $25.  I bought a 4 bags of Tide Pods (16 ct) and a 30 pack of Charmin toilet paper.  The total cost was $30.99.  The reason I purchased these particular products was because P&G was offering customers a $10. Kmart coupon when you made a $30 purchase in specific products.  Remember, you had to spend at least $25 to have your coupons doubled.

Here's the exact breakdown:
4 $2.00 manufacturer's coupons for the Tide Pods = $8.00 x 2 = $16.00
1  $.35 Charmin internet printable coupon (find some below) or use Swagbucks = $ .70
Used $7.70 in Shopyourway points

Paid $7.66 out of pocket (oop) and received a $10.00 Kmart coupon for my next purchase.

Today I went to Kmart and purchased 4 Quilted Northern 8 pks of toilet paper and 4 boxes of Ziploc bags 90 ct.  When you purchase $15 worth of those products, you get a $5 coupon for your next purchase.

Here's the breakdown:
2  $1.00/2  manufacturer's coupon for the Ziploc
2  $1.00/2  manufacturer's coupon on QNorthern
2  $10.00 Kmart coupons

In order to use both Kmart coupons, I had to break them up into two separate transactions.

I paid $7.53 oop and received a $5.00 Kmart coupon for my next purchase. 

I decided to use my 2 $5.00 coupons today.  So I had two transactions with the following coupons:

2  $5.00 Kmart coupons
2  $2.00 manufacturer's coupons for Axe gift sets

Each Axe gift set cost $9.99.  I paid $3.29 for each, after all my coupons!

I also picked up the free headphones I ordered yesterday!

I'm very happy with my purchases.  The two sales above are still going on, so go get your discounted products asap!

Stay tuned.  My Target and Rite Aid hauls will follow this post soon!

Feel free to ask questions.  I'll do my best to answer them.  ;)