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Archives for February 2009
The question of the ages, isn’t it? Okay, maybe not. But I’d wondered in the past, so when I cooked up a turkey I bought at an after-the-holidays sale (49¢ a pound), I decided to find out. My bird (a very large hen) weighed in frozen at 21.67 lbs. I cooked this just for the
I went to the 2 Blooms near me this morning… … and then again after dinner. The deodorant did me in! Even after Q, it was $1.44, but it is one of the few toiletry items that my husband is specific about. Plus I splurged on the chips and the V8. The before coupon price
Hampton Roads “sanitized” list (coupon values have been verified as what we got in the Pilot). Item Price Q Value Must Buy Q Source Q Multiplied Final Price Each French’s Spicy Mustard 1.45 0.75 1 01-18-09 SS 2.25 -0.80 Simply Asia Rice Noodly Soup Bowl 1.25 0.50 1 01-18-09 RP 1.50 -0.25 Snyder’s Of Hanover
While this is not an amazing haul, it is worth mentioning. It’s a Wednesday, so Farm Fresh is doubling up to a dollar. They are also running a deal where, when you buy 10 products from a specific list (much like Kroger’s Mega Savings), you will get a catalina for $10 (a catalina is a
If someone would have told me a year ago that I would eagerly collect 5 or 10 (or more) of ANY coupon, I would have thought they’d lost their marbles. I just didn’t understand … yet. I’d never experienced the rush we get when we pay only pennies or even NOTHING for something that usually
Today, Friday, February 13th and tomorrow, Saturday February 14th you can get “Let’s Get it On” by Marvin Gaye FREE from Amazon. I love this song! Click here or on the cute little box above to get your free download. Enjoy!
One of the hottest topics in the couponing world these days is getting paid to take surveys. I just had two different people ask me about survey sites in the past week and didn’t have an answer. My experience with survey sites had been limited to a sampling site that I joined years ago. But
Yes, I went to Kroger yesterday, too. I spent $4 and some change. Here’s my take:
Here’s my haul from day one. Three transactions: $3.46, $1.14, & $4.30 = $8.90. Yes, total, including taxes. Day one? Yup, I have more coupons. And I have a new list from A Full Cup. My HTC list was missing a BUNCH of stuff. I still love HTC, though, because they cover more of my