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Posted: February 8, 2010
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There are some awesome deals this week!  I’m excited!

Kleenex Tissues (78 or 110 Pack) $.89

Dove Men’s Body Wash- $5.99
Use the $1.25/1 Men’s Dove Body Wash Coupon from the 01-31-10 RP
Or use the $1.50/1 Men’s Dove Printable Coupon
You Pay $4.49- But you get a $5.99 RR back
Total cost FREE, Plus a $1.50 Money Maker

Viva Paper Towels 6 pack $6.99
Use the $1.00/1 Viva Coupon from the February Coupon Booklet (Found at Walgreens)
Total cost $5.99

Nabisco Cookies or Crackers 4- 8 oz $.99
Use the $2.00/2 Nabsico Coupon (you may have printed this before)
Total cost- FREE (2 boxes)

Planters Nuts- Buy 1 $6.99, Get 1 Free
Use the $1.00/2 Planters Coupon (check size)
Or use the $2.00/2 Planters coupon from the 01-24-10 SS
Total cost as low as $2.50 each (Must buy 2)

Smuckers and Jif Peanut Butter 2 for $4.00
Use the $1.00/2 Smuckers/Jif Coupon from the 01-03-10 RP
Total cost $1.50 each

Wet Ones Wipes 2 for $4
Use 2 of the $.75/1 Wet Ones Coupon
You pay $2.50, but get a $1.00 RR back
Total cost $.75 each!

Hefty One Zip Bags- Buy 1 @ $3.29, Get 1 Free (With in-ad coupon)
Use the $1.00/2 Hefty One Zip coupon from the 01-31-10 RP
Total cost $1.15 each!

Quilted Northern $3.99 (9 big rolls)
Use the $1.00/1 Quilted Northern Coupon from the 01-24-10 RP
Total cost $2.99

Scrubbing Bubbles Cleaner $2.50
Use the $1.00/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Coupon from the 01-10-10 SS
Total cost $1.50

Glad Cling Wrap $1.99 (with in-ad coupon)
Use the $1.50/3 Glad Coupon from the 11-08-09 RP
Total cost $1.49 Each

Pledge Wipes or Spray $3.49
Use the $2.00/2 Pledge Coupon from the 01-10-10 SS
Total cost $2.49 each!
**Remember, if you haven’t submitted for the SC Johnson Rebate, for every 3 products you buy, you will get a $5.00 Rebate.  Total cost could be FREE, plus a money maker with the rebate! Read the details of the SC Johnson rebate to learn more.

Buy $10 or more of Swiffer Sweeper, Swiffer Wet Jet,. Febreze, Mr. Clean, Cascade, get a $2 RR
*** If you received the Home Made Simple Coupon Book, all of the coupons you need will be in there!

Scenario #1-

Buy 1 Swiffer Starter Kit for $9.99 and 1 Refill for $3.99
Use the Home Made Simple Coupon or the 02-07-10 PG coupon for a Free Swiffer Refill
You pay $9.99, buy you get a $2 RR Back
Total cost $7.99 for a Starter Kit and a refill pack!

Scenario #2-

Buy 1 Swiffer Dusters Refill $3.99
Buy 1 Cascade Action Packs or Gel for $3.99
Buy 1 Mr. Clean Multi-Serfices Liquid for $2.50
Use the $1.00/1 Cascade coupon from the Home Made Simple Booklet
Use the $1.00/1 Swiffers Dusters Refill coupon from the Home Made Simple Booklet
Use the $.75/1 Mr. Clean Multi-Surfaces Coupon from the Home Made Simple Booklet
You pay $7.73, but you get a $2 RR Back
Total cost $5.73 for all 3 items!!!

**There are a lot of different scenarios to use your Home Made Simple Coupon Booklet with.  So, if you dont have a copy of the Walgreens ad.  Go to their website to see your ad.  Then, you can come up with your own scenarios.

Sweethearts Candy (the chalky kind) $.79 with in- ad coupon

Valentines Days Pencils with eraser Tops $.20 with in-ad coupon
**One or two of these would be perfect for a filler item, if you need one.

John Frieda Hair Care
Buy 2 Root Awakening Products for $10.00
Use the $5.00/2 Root Awakening Coupon
Plus Buy 1 Luxurious Volume Spray for $5.00
Use the $2.50/1 Luxurious Volume coupon
You pay $7.50, but you get back a $5 RR
Total cost $2.50 for all 3 products!

Aquafresh Toothpaste $.99 (with in-ad coupon)
Use the $1.00/1 Aquafresh coupon from the 01-03-10 RP (Hopefully this one will work)
Total cost FREE!

Buy $20 of NyQuil/DayQuil Products, get a $10 RR- Or, Buy $15 Worth and get a $5 RR
Buy 5 Products for $4.49 each
Use 5 of the $2.00/1 NyQuil/DayQuil Coupons from the 01-17-10 PG (This is where 5 copies of the paper comes in handy)
You Pay $12.45, but you get a $10 RR Back
Total cost $2.45 for 5 bottles!
**You can come up with other scenarios too! There is a $1.50/1 NyQuil/DayQuil coupon from the 01-17-10 PG too!

Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal
Use the $10 off coupon from Walgreens ad
And, use the $10 off coupon from the 02-07-10 PG
Total cost?  Pretty dang cheap!  Not sure what the stores are selling it for.

Buy 2 Triaminic, get a $5.00 RR
Buy 2
Use 2 of the $1.50/1 Triaminic Coupon or 2 from the 02-07-10 SS
You pay $7.00, but you get a $5.00 RR
Total cost $2.00 for both bottles

Buy 2 Theraflu, get a $5.00 RR
Buy 2
Use 2 of the $2.00/1 Theraflu coupons or 2 $1.50/1 Theraflu coupons from the 02-07-10 SS
You Pay $6.00, but get a $5.00 RR Back
Total cost $1.00 for two bottles!

Halls Cough Drops $.99 (with in-ad coupon)
Use the $.50/1 Halls coupon from the 01-10-10 SS
Total cost $.49!

Progresso Soup 4 for $5.00 (with in-ad coupon)
Use the $1.10/3 Progresso Coupon
Plus, use the $.25/1 Progresso Light Coupon from the 02-07-10 SS
Total cost $.91 each

Kotex Pads 2 for $6.00
Buy 2
Use the $2.00/2 Kotex Pads Printable
You pay $4.00, but you get a $3.00 RR Back
Total cost $1.00 for 2 packs!

Kotex Liners 2 for $6.00
Buy 2
Use the $1.50/2 Kotex Liners Printable
Pay $4.50, but get a $3.00 RR back
Total cost $.75 each!

Kotex Tampons 2 for $6.00
Buy 2
Use the $1.50/2 Kotex Tampon Printable
Pay $4.50, but get a $3.00 RR back
Total cost $.75 each!

Joy Dish Soap $.99 (with in-ad coupon)
Use the $.30/1 Joy Coupon from the 02-07-10 PG
Total cost $.69!

Posted: January 26, 2010
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Update: I got my card in the mail today! I went to Emergency Essentials in Provo and got two #10 cans of Egg Bowtie Noodles for $4.99 each; after my free $10 gift card  I paid $0.28 OOP!  Read below on how you can get your free $10 gift card too!

Here is what I did to get my free $10 gift card (which can be used online if you don’t live near an Emergency Essentials):

Gift Card Giveaway

Simply try Emergency Essentials free Food Storage Analyzer™ tool and write a quick review of it on your blog to receive a free $10 gift card from Emergency Essentials. Everyone gets their free $10 gift card good for their canned food items, which can be bought online or at one of their in-store locations!

You will receive a free $10 Emergency Essentials® gift card by doing the following:

  1. Go to the Food Storage Analyzer™ and create a free account – Click here to go to the Analyzer.
  2. Try out the Food Storage Analyzer™ – Click here for Analyzer instructions.
  3. Write a review of the Analyzer and post it on your blog and
  4. Important: Copy and paste the code in the box here (under step 5) to the bottom of your review post – this will add the red button to  the bottom of your post.
  5. Send an email to blog@beprepared.com with a link to your blog post. Put ‘Blog Post Giveaway’ in the subject line of the email so that we can verify your post and the button. Be sure to include your address so we can mail your gift card.

I love this analyzer. Like most mormons I am trying to get a one year food storage in case of job lose, famine or natural disasters.  I am a shy of my goal though; I used the analyzer and found that my current food storage is 130 days for my family of 4 people.  At least I know where I am at now.  What’s your food storage goal?  And what are you getting with your free $10 gift card?  I’ll let you know once I get my gift card what I get!

Posted: January 18, 2010
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Update: I got my card in the mail today! I went to Emergency Essentials in Provo and got two #10 cans of Egg Bowtie Noodles for $4.99 each, so after my free $10 gift card  I paid $0.28 OOP!  Read below on how you can get your free $10 gift card too!

Gift Card Giveaway

Simply try Emergency Essentials free Food Storage Analyzer™ tool and write a quick review of it on your blog to receive a free $10 gift card from Emergency Essentials. Everyone gets their free $10 gift card good for their canned food items, which can be bought online or at one of their in-store locations!

You will receive a free $10 Emergency Essentials® gift card by doing the following:

  1. Go to the Food Storage Analyzer™ and create a free account – Click here to go to the Analyzer.
  2. Try out the Food Storage Analyzer™ – Click here for Analyzer instructions.
  3. Write a review of the Analyzer and post it on your blog and
  4. Important: Copy and paste the code in the box here (under step 5) to the bottom of your review post – this will add the red button to  the bottom of your post.
  5. Send an email to blog@beprepared.com with a link to your blog post. Put ‘Blog Post Giveaway’ in the subject line of the email so that we can verify your post and the button. Be sure to include your address so we can mail your gift card.

I love this analyzer. Like most mormons I am trying to get a one year food storage in case of job lose, famine or natural disasters.  I am a shy of my goal though; I used the analyzer and found that my current food storage is 130 days for my family of 4 people.  At least I know where I am at now.  What’s your food storage goal?  And what are you getting with your free $10 gift card?  I’ll let you know once I get my gift card what I get!

Posted: December 7, 2009
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hooked

Many Hooked On Phonics programs, including French, Chinese and Spanish, are overstocked so they are 70% off, making them $19.99; these are normally $64.99. 

Plus, you can use code HOP50 to get an additional 50% off + FREE shipping! These codes will work on anything on the site, go here to see the overstocked section.

Discover Reading Toddler Edition Deluxe
Was $99.99, now only $29.95
After 50% off code–ONLY $14.98!

Learn Colors on the Go!

Was $10.95, now only $4.95
After 50% off code–ONLY $2.48!

Learn Shapes on the Go!

Was $10.95, now only $4.95
After 50% off code–ONLY $2.48!
**These would make great stocking stuffers!

Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read – Second Grade (2007 Edition)
Was $46.95, now only $14.95
After 50% off code–ONLY $7.50!

Hooked on Spanish
Was $64.95, now only $19.95
After 50% off code–ONLY $10!

Hooked on French Deluxe
Was $99.95, now only $24.99
After 50% off code– ONLY $12.50!

I think these would make for some great Christmas presents!  Really, kids may not be excited about them but if they need these, they are invaluable and they can have plenty of time to use them during Christmas vacation.  I thought about getting the pre-k one for my girl, but she is just still too young and restless!

Posted: November 25, 2009
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aero1

Aeropostale is having a HUGE Holiday Sale and everything is 50% off!!!! This does exclude clearance items. I just got this email, don’t know how long this promo is running but you should be able to get some HOT deals!!!! This is in-store and online!

If you shop online, go thru Mr. Rebates, you’ll get 6% cash back rebates on whatever you buy! Log in or sign up, search Aeropostale in the search box on the left

Posted: November 17, 2009
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givingWays to Give This Holiday Season:

1. Fresh Market (a Utah AFS) is doing “Season to Share” where all you have to do is tell your cashier at checkout you would like to donate $1, $5, or $10 to your local food bank.

2. Churches: Most churches accept donations specifically for the poor and needy. An example is the LDS church is always accepting donations for their extensive food program.  The LDS Distribution Center is run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and sells items at cost, making most items inexpensive or even free! Visit http://www.ldsphilanthropies.org/ to find out more about how they use donations to give aid to people all over the world, regardless of race/religion.

3. Feed A Need with Reddit – Add your qualifications to Reddit’s “Database of Awesome” and be ready to give 2 hours of your time to one of the project’s partnering charities.

4. SocialVibe – Select your charity (e.g., One Laptop Per Child), your sponsor (e.g., Apple), grab and display your badge on your social profiles, and earn points for donations to your charity.

5. Instant Message for Good – The more messages you send, the more ad revenue Microsoft Live Messenger kicks to the charity of your choice (American Red Cross, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and more).

6. Salisbury Homes is giving away 8 playhouses filled with toys and food to 8 families in Utah. Know a family you want to win? Read more here

I will be updating this post as I hear of more ways to give this Christmas season. Please post ways to give and I’ll add them to the list.

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