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Month: April 2010

CVS: Spring For Irish Spring

CVS: Spring For Irish Spring

CVS actually has an extra bucks offer that is not just limit one. Softsoap or Irish Spring body wash is on sale for $2.99 and is giving back $2 in extra bucks. The limit this time is two.

The best deal I can see is to buy two Irish Spring body washes for $2.99 each, total will be $5.98. CVS will give you back $4 in extra bucks. If you use the $1/2 Irish Spring coupons or the $.50/1 [[depending what you got]] from the 04/25 inserts, you are only paying 99 cents for both.

If you have the Reinventing Beauty magazine, there is a $1/1 coupon for Irish Spring and one for Softsoap, making this free.

And, don’t forget: The limit on this deal is eight. Yes, eight.

Meijer: Good Deal Alert — V-8 Fusion

Meijer: Good Deal Alert — V-8 Fusion

If you’re a Meijer shopper, you’re gonna wanna pay attention to this.

Melissa from Stockpiling Moms emailed me this morning to let me know that V-8 Fusion is on sale 2/$4 at Meijer, through Saturday. You can print a $1/1 coupon here and here. That’ll bring you down to $1 a bottle.

But, there’s a $1/2 Meijer Mealbox coupon that expires today [[April 30]]. So, combine all those and you’re looking at 50 cents a bottle.

Run, don’t walk, to get in on this one.

CVS: Brushing For Free

CVS: Brushing For Free

My friend and I were headed to CVS last night. So, while I was waiting for her to pick me up, I was looking through my coupons for an Oral B coupon.

I found the one I was looking for, but I found an even better one.

In the most recent P&G insert, there is a coupon for $2/1 Oral B Cross Action toothbrush. Why is this so great? Because they’re on sale for $2.99 this week [[ending 05/01]] at CVS and giving back $1 in ecb. Well, if you use the $2 coupon, you’re looking at a free toothbrush.

But you have to hurry. The coupon expires today. So hurry up and start brushing.

Garage Sale This Saturday

Garage Sale This Saturday

It’s finally upon us. What is? The eve of my annual garage sale [[yup, annual; there was one last year]]. I’ve taught my mom how to stockpile so well, there’s no room for things anymore. Plus, we still have some stuff that we forgot to bring out last year. And Beth might make an appearance with her stuff. So we’re having a garage sale at my mom’s house on Grandview Avenue in Nanuet, New York. If you’re in the area, you are totally more than welcome to come by.

Last year I made a cookie cake. Maybe I will this year. Now I want a piece.

I hung signs on Wednesday night, but they all blew down by Thursday. So, I dunno how attendance will be, but we’ll see.

The garage sale is Saturday, May 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.-ish. If no one shows, we’ll close up shop early. So stop by, hang out, chat me up, buy some shampoo. It’ll be fun.

Target: Pedigree Price Cut

Target: Pedigree Price Cut

Target has a great deal on Pedigree dry dog food. Pedigree is on price cut from $12.39 to $8.49 at my store. This is on the 8.8lb bag. That’s almost $4 off. Now since this is on price cut, it may not be at all stores, and it can end at anytime so if you have furry friends that eat Pedigree head over to Target.

Before you go, make sure you take the $2/1 coupon for Pedigree dry dog food 8.8lbs or larger coupon. They were in a few of the inserts lately so hopefully you have them. That will bring the costs down to just $6.49 a bag. Basically, half price.

CVS: Intimately Smooth

CVS: Intimately Smooth

I’m not crazy about the Schick Intuition. I got it and I thought the big soap-bar-like moisture bar would be great. And it was the first time or two. Then it got super saturated and fell off way before the blades in the razor were ready to retire.

If you like the Schick Intuition, I’ve got a deal for you. And if you don’t, worry not. The Schick Quattro is on sale at CVS this week [[ending 05/01]] too.

Both razors are on sale for $8.99 and giving back $4 in ecb, making it appear to be $4.99. But, in Sunday’s inserts, there was a coupon for $4 off, making it 99 cents.

My mom picked up a Quattro, which had two extra cartridges in the pack. Her logic was that she just paid a dollar for three razors. I guess, technically, that’s right. And a pretty decent way to justify the buck.