Let’s go on a shopping journey. Last Sunday’s paper had three sets of coupons this would be the time that you would want to buy two papers. Get $20.00 and start shopping with me! Let’s begin our travels by visiting your local Walgreens. First stop is the cleaning aisle with the purchase of two bottles of Tilex Mold and Mildew cleaner on sale two for $5. Use two $1.00 coupons from coupons.com making the deal two for $3.00 getting $2 back in register rewards. Move on to the Cough and Cold aisle to purchase Hyland’s Cold n’ Cough for kids on sale for $4.99. Print out $1.50 coupon at healthesavers.com. Use your previous $2.00 register reward making this deal $1.49 but you will receive a register reward for $4.99. Going to the health and beauty aisle you can purchase Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion for $5.99 use your $4.99 register reward making this $1.00 and you will also receive a $5 register rewards. Next buy two Clorex 35 pack Wipes for $5. Like Clorox on their facebook page then click on “Home” then “Products and Offers” to receive a $1.00 coupon hit the back key a couple of times should print out another coupon. http://www.clorox.com/special_offers/ Plus purchase Emergen-C Supplement for $3.49 use your $5.00 register reward final price will be $1.49 getting back $5.49 in register rewards. I personally would buy two packages of Charmin 6 double rolls for $2.99 each using my previous register rewards making the deal 19 cents.
Here is the recap for your Walgreens shopping trip. You do need to do these deals in separate transactions or do one deal and save all of your register rewards for next week sales. This is what I bought, two bottles of Tilex Mold and Mildew Cleaner, two bottles of Clorox Wipes, Hyland’s Cold ‘n Cough medicine for kids, Emergen-C Vitamin C supplements, Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion and two packages of Charmin 6 double roll toilet tissue. What did I spend (I am not including the tax), final cost $7.17. There are plenty more great deals that I didn’t even mention so look through your weekly sales flyer.
Let’s continue our shopping trip to your local Rite Aid. Let’s start by purchasing two bottles of Gillette Body Wash $4.00 each match that up with two $2.00 coupons in 9/26 Sunday paper. Next purchase two Old Spice deodorant and two Old Spice Body Spray for $4.00 each, match that up with two buy one get one free coupons in 9/26 Sunday paper. Purchase two Pantene shampoo or conditioner, match up with $1.00 coupon from 9/26 Sunday paper. Watch RiteAid’s video value to print out $4.00 off $20.00 purchase coupon. Remember you need to give them the $4.00 coupon first before they take of the rest of your coupons. You also will receive $10 UP reward and $2.00 mail-in RiteAid rebate. Making this deal after UP reward and rebate costing you only $2.00. Once again look at your sales flyer for many more deals.
Here we go to your local CVS store. Be ready for Halloween when you buy four bags of Hershey’s Snack-size candy for $2.50 each. Use $1.00 coupon from 9/26 Sunday paper and you will receive $3.00 in extracare bucks. In the same transaction purchase two Olay daily facial cleanser for $5.00 each. Use two $2.00 coupons from 9/26 Sunday paper and you will receive $5.00 in extracare bucks. In your next transaction buy one Oral-B Vitality toothbrush for $23.00 use $10.00 coupon in 9/26 Sunday paper, along with your $8.00 in extracare bucks from previous transaction and you will receive $13.00 in extracare bucks. When you are done with both of these deals you will have $13 in extracare bucks to use for your next shopping trip and you initially only spent $7.00.
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Get over to Target for some great cleaning deals. Pledge Multi-Surface Duster Kit is $2.84, use $1.00 Target coupon from Target.com along with $1.00 coupon in 9/26 Sunday paper making this product just 84 cents. Shout laundry stain remover is $2.24, use $1.00 Target printable coupon along with 55 cents coupon in 9/26 final price will be 69 cents. Pledge wipes are $2.94 use $2 for two pledge products Target printable coupon along with $2 coupon in 9/26 Sunday paper final price is 94 cents each. You now should have plenty of cleaning products costing you only $3.41.
Using all the above scenarios you have a very big haul of products for just under $20.00.
Don’t forget to save your receipts from the above deals at RiteAid and CVS to send in for your $110 worth of P&G coupons when you spend $50.00 in P&G products. http://www.pgeverydaysolutions.com/pgeds/pgeverydaysavings/index.jsp?utm_source=eds&utm_medium=crm&utm_campaign=October10Newsletter
October is National Cookie Month and National Book Month. All throughout October, you can receive a FREE cookie of your choice by donating a new or gently read book at your local Great American Cookies store. http://www.greatamericancookies.com/NationalCookieMonth10.html
Like John Frieda on their facebook page and receive a coupon for a full sized Root Awakening Hair product from ULTRA beauty store located on Nicholasville Rd. http://www.facebook.com/johnfriedaus?v=app_10442206389
Like Starkist on their facebook page and print out a coupon for 50 cents. They are on sale this week at Krogers for $1.00 making them FREE. http://www.facebook.com/pages/StarKist/84049934974?v=app_4949752878&ref=ts
Send a FREE pack of Kleenex to a friend. http://www.kleenex.com/SoftnessWorthSharing/
Get 25 FREE black and white copies from Office Depot until October 6. http://f.chtah.com/i/48/1237020949/20100922WLRCPD72745805.pdf
Winkflash is offering a 8 x 10 Gallery Wrapped Photo Canvas ($29.99 value) for FREE. Just enter promotional code FREESAMPLE at checkout. All you have to pay is shipping. http://winkflash.com/posters/canvas_prints.asp
Receive a FREE animal health exam on your first visit to any VCA Animal Hospital. http://www.vcahospitals.com/main/offer?d=SEA&s=G
Use promotional code SSD19B to rent out a DVD at any Blockbuster Express Kiosk today only.
Breast Cancer Awareness Event at Meijer on Saturday October 2 from 11am to 2pm. There will be giveaways, samples, demos and free Healthy Living booklet.
Check out Fisher Price new Big Foot at Toys R Us on Saturday, October 2 from 12pm to 2pm. Kids will be able to play and control him with wireless remote control.
Ebay is giving away boxes starting in October to all sellers who request them. Recipients can log on to a special website to track the status of their boxes as they move from place to place. http://www.fastcompany.com/1686645/ebay-launches-reusable-box-shipping-program
Want to learn how to update your home on a budget. Attend for FREE at Home Depot a Do-It-Herself Workshop Décor Coordination with Martha Stewart Living today starting at 7:00pm to 8:30pm. The first 30 attendees will receive a free Décor project organizer. Sign up online or call your local store. http://www.homeimproverclub.com/workshopsdetail.aspx?id=254&Type=1&date=2010-09-27
I just want to tell you what I am doing this weekend. I am going to be entering my horse in the Secretariat Look-a-like contest at the Secretariat Festival this Saturday in Paris, Kentucky. The festival starts at 9am at the Fair Grounds. It does cost $10.00 per carload or $5.00 per adult, children 12 and under admitted free of charge. There will plenty of entertainment to celebrate the release of the movie “Secretariat”. Claiborne Farm in Paris is offering an intimate FREE tour through one of America’s most prominent horse farms that including visiting the grave site of Secretariat. Each farm tour participant will receive a complimentary Secretariat gift as a keepsake of their visit. For more information or sign up for a tour go to the festival’s website http://www.secretariat.com/BourbonCountyFestival2010.htm
Learn how to make a Halloween costume out of duck tape this Saturday from 10am to 2pm at Michael’s Craft Stores. http://www.michaels.com/
Help Kentucky Schools by registering your Kroger Plus Card for eLabels from Campbell. Every time you shop at Krogers and purchase eligible labels for education products , your school choice will automatically receive labels for education points deposited directly into their LFE bank account. I have no children in public school so I choose a school close by me. This is an easy way to help schools get supplies for FREE. http://www.elabelsforeducation.com/Sites/Campbells_eLabels/Page/FAQPage