I was not gonna do the Olay deal for the second time but I found out that I messed up a bit in my first haul. I misplaced the 3/$2 Olay manufacturer coupons and wasn’t able to use them previously. Good thing I found them again just before a new week starts or before Olay deals ends at CVS.
CVS was out of Olay bars so all I had left were body washes. I am not really into body washes but no choice. Six 700 ml bottles body washes for $30 and sunscreen store brand lotion, total paid $20.10 got back $10 ecb towards next purchase. That’s 67% savings there. $1.44 each bottle final price after coupons and ecb received! Not that bad!
3/$2 any 2 Olay bar soap, body washes or in-shower lotions
$3 store mq Olay purchase of 15
$5 extrabucks on hand
On a lighter note, I am ready to send the mail-in-rebate for P&G beauty rebate of $50 purchase get $15. So hopefully I get more money than what I spent for these products.
These are just few of the items I bought for less at my favorite store today. I saved at least 86% for buying these items. Biore charcoal facial cleanser is free, it’s a trial size for $1.99 and used 1 manufacturer coupon $2. As for the Maybelline New York mascara and face powder, they are worth $12.93 including tax but I only paid $1.93 for both because of the $5 extrabucks rewards I had, $3 worth manufacturer coupons plus a $3 store coupon off $12 Maybelline purchase. Not only that, I also got $3 ecb back. I think that’s just awesomely sweet deal right there. CVS gives back $3 this week until Saturday for any Maybelline purchase of $10.
I know a few fashion bloggers that receive their clothing, accessories, handbags and other stuff free of cost by pitching companies and blog about them. While, I don’t do that often, I actually don’t mind paying for something that I can afford that I also like a lot.
One example is this striped slimming top that only cost me under $9 shipped. I love how it looks and its style. Although I don’t know yet if the material is good but I bought it from the clothing store that I bought several items from before so I trust this won’t disappoint me, material-wise.
Online shopping once in a while doesn’t hurt especially if you get the items for less than ten bucks plus they’re shipped free. I love it when I score great deals on clothing as well, who doesn’t want to save, you know?
When you plan of opening a new business, one of the many things you should think about is how are you going to drive customers into your stores? You want your name to get popular so that your potential customers will remember it and keep coming into your store and buy something. To begin, one of the most common ways to advertise is to hand out brochures. Let people what your business is all about and where can you be found. Here is a useful link that you can go to for brochure printing and all. I hope this helps you before printing out your brochures so you don’t waste your money.
CVS trip yesterday, I paid $20.14 for all these (first photo below), got back $10.72 ecbs. The cashier messed up my other $4 store coupon so I went back there today and got refunded (cash). I should have just paid $16.14 yesterday..
Items: 6 bottles of shamp./conditioner (total of $23), glades room spray has $1 crt coupon and a printed $2 any glade products online makes them free (on sale this week $3/3), Crest mouthwash and toothpaste got them for 74 cents each, denture adhesive free after using manufacturer coupon and received ecb afterwards, jelly beans and easter eggs no coupon needed, they are a store’s offer.
Today’s trip was purposely to buy Olay products, I saved $42.44 or 77% after using ecbs on hand that I received from yesterday’s shopping and manufacturers coupons. I only paid $14.60 for all of the items below, got back $10 ecb. Why? CVS’ offer this week is spend $30 on Olay products get back $10. Olay Body bars/washes on sale this week 2/$10, facial cleansers and cloths for $3.99.
Plus, a future $15 mail-in-rebate from P&G buy $50 worth of Venus, Secret, Olay, Herbal Essences, Pantene, Aussie, Head and Shoulders, Vidal Sassoon, Clairol, Covergirl, Crest 3D White, Puffs, Safeguard or Ivory products. To think that I am only $8 away for my rebate, I am getting excited to get that money soon.
Wise shopper I am!
I try to do my couponing just once a week and I think I have been pretty good at stopping myself from driving to CVS more than once a week. I do have a lot of store coupons but I am thinking, nah I don’t need those stuff for now even though they are pretty high value coupons.
Anyway, here is my freebie for this week, this Irish Spring bar soap packages are on sale this week 2/$3. How I got them for free? I had a red machine coupon that was printed last week for it worth $3 any Irish Spring bar soap or body wash so I used it to get them. I love freebies and coupons, do you?
It can be difficult to keep track of where everyone is at a large event. The good news is that there are several different labeling systems that you can use to make sure that everyone is where they are supposed to be at all times. Whether you are running a large conference or trying to keep kids out of an adults only section at a concert, badges and other labels can be helpful.
If you don’t have the time, money or need to create and distribute fancy labels, you can stamp the hands of people who have access to a particular area. For example, those who are over the age of 21 can have their hand stamped to enter a vendor’s beer tent at a conference. Instead of a bartender having to ask for ID, he or she can simply glance at the hand of the person asking for the drink.
When running a contest, it is common to offer a trophy or a ribbon for those who finish first or for anyone who participates. Having access to a variety of printed ribbons makes it easy to give anyone an award or the recognition that they deserve for their accomplishments.
These are my recent Surimi rolls sushi’s first purchase at a newly opened grocery store just a few blocks away from our house. I already ate one package of it and I am not quite pleased of the taste. As you can see there is not much in it, not even an avocado in the center. The big turn off for me is how the rice is being cooked, it is pasty and not cooked as it should it be. For under $4 dollars, I thought it was a deal but if you are hungry and don’t mind how the sushi looks or tastes, then this will do the wonder.
Unlike the California rolls sushi I bought from Fiesta Mart and Albertson’s, I could say, they have the tastiest sushi! If I buy another sushi packages, I would go back and buy at Fiesta and Albertson’s and never again at WinCo or unless they correct the sushi rice in the future.
Anyway, I just bought sushi yesterday because I was craving for it but then they were not as good as I expected although craving is satisfied.
Musicians wherever they go, they will always be musicians and with that, they need to bring with them their beloved musical instrument like this portable casio ctk 800 from musicians friend. With an impressive sound, touch-responsive keys, and features galore at an unbeatable price, only can be found on the most recommended music online store. Please check this item’s specifications and features.
These are the total number of nutella jars I bought on two different trips to Family Dollar. First trip, I only bought 4 pieces, used 2 buy one get one free manufacturer coupons along with other items on sale and a $5/$25 purchase store coupon.
Second trip was this afternoon, I used 5 of BOGO coupons and a $3/$15 purchase store coupon. Nutella in Family Dollar cost more than in Walmart or other grocery stores but I bought them anyway because of the store coupon I had left. Their Valentine’s chocolate is 50% off so I bought 2 of them.. Geez… I just did the calculation, I found out that I paid 17 cents more in FD than in Walmart even if after using the store q… geeezzz sucks!
I am only keeping two of the nutella jars for my girls and the rest will be sent to the Philippines so that my family can enjoy them. Somebody told me that when you are able to buy nutella in the Philippines makes you rich because it is expensive there for common Filipinos who barely can afford a kilo of white rice.