Dana over at The Coupon Challenge has finished her Harris Teeter Super Doubles Matchups. Thanks, Dana! I’ve been buried in work and haven’t had a time to get down to business with the list.
The “Learn to be Frugal” Workshop at the Chesapeake Central Library yesterday was a great success. It was a small group, which suited me fine since I’m not comfortable in front of large crowds. The small size of the class also made it possible for a lot of interaction and I learned several great tips.
Since I spent the morning garage sale-ing with my husband I didn’t get around to going to Bloom until early evening. The Bloom at Centerville & Mt. Pleasant was reasonably well stocked. I used 20 coupons and spent $1.52. Here’s what I got: With so many items generating overages, I let my son pick out
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
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
HotCouponWorld is having a contest just in time for Valentine’s Day. You’ve seen them mentioned in this blog before, because HotCouponWorld is one of my very favorite resources for couponing. I even have it listed as a resource on my Dolly Domestic business cards. Anyway, the contest lets five HotCouponWorld members pick their Valentine’s gift
I almost missed this sale! Apparently it started on Friday and I didn’t notice the ad until this afternoon (that happened to me a few months ago, too). Once I saw the ad I looked up some stuff online and got my coupons together. It was a little tough to shop at Farm Fresh with
First, I have to say, I learned a few things this morning. #1 My particular Bloom will actually give cash back, so I didn’t have to buy all those marshmallows. #2 The Fresh Express salad kits that are on sale have a Q available in the 11/16 SS. I didn’t think it was the right