Saturday, October 31, 2009


I received my free tote bag from VistaPrint and am quite satisfied. Here is a pic of it. It has my blog address on it. Actually, I have a second one coming. When I received my confirmation email there was an option to make changes. I realized that I had mis-typed the address and changed it. By doing so, I accidentally ordered 2 bags and paid shipping on both. Today I got an email from them saying that they had had some computer problems and as a way of apologizing offered more free stuff. I'll give that some thought.


Are you gonna be near a Quizno's in the next couple of weeks? If so, go HERE to print 2 valuable coupons and enjoy a less expensive lunch.


I've been urging you to take advantage of the $15 free credit that Kodak has been giving away for the last couple of weeks. I hope that you have. If not, Click HERE to see if it is still available. I ordered 42 prints and a collage mug 3 days ago and the prints arrived today. They are beautiful, high quality prints. I have also received notice that the mug has been shipped. That is fast service!


Got a photo of something wrinkled? How about one of something that is not? Go HERE and submit any photo for a coupon for a free trial size bottle of Downy Wrinkle Releaser. I used a photo of an elephant that I took at the zoo. I was immediately taken to the "PRINT COUPON" screen.


Because it is the end of the month, will be resetting their coupons soon. Click on the tab on my sidebar to print whatever coupons you want, because tomorrow they may not be there. There is a 50¢ off Starkist tuna pouch that will make it around 9¢ at Bi-Lo. There are many more great ones also.


Did you know that you can save real money on gas just by shopping at Bi-Lo. Participating Bi-Los will give you 5 fuelperks for every $50 that you spend there each week. 5 fuelperks= 5¢ off per gallon of gas, up to 20 gallons. The amount is determined by you after BonusCard savings/before coupons savings totals. I know that this works because I just used my October perks the other day. I had earned 15 fuelperks this month and needed gas. I try and fill my tank when it gets to the 1/4 mark. I was only $12 in spending away from earning 5 more but, unfortunately, one of the locations that I shopped at does not participate in "fuelperks" so I missed that. Anyway, I went to a participating gas station, where the gas was $2.43 per gallon. That was 2¢ less than their competitor. This was the first time I had done this so I was not sure what was gonna happen. I looked at the screen and the first question was "Do you want to use your Bi-Lo Bonus Card?" It was simple from there. I pumped 12 1/2 gallons of gas for $2.28 per gallon. This is a great program because we all have to buy groceries. In this case, the more we spend, the more we save. I only wish I had bought the rest of my groceries at the location that does participate! I'll save more next month.
Go HERE for complete details, including participating locations and participating gas stations.


Here's another hair-care sample for you. Go HERE and request your free samples of Dove Shampoo & Conditioner. After you register, you will receive regular updates containing more special offers and coupons

Friday, October 30, 2009


There are a few items that you can get for under 50¢ at Bi-Lo this week if you have the coupon inserts from the last few weeks. They are:

Mentos Gum

Sells for $1.35

55¢ off (SS 10/11) doubles to $1.10

Makes it 25¢

Chef Michael's Dog Food 1.5 lb. bag(this is for small dogs)

Sells for $3

$3 off (SS 10/11) or PRINT

Makes it FREE

Marcal Small Steps Facial Tissue

Sells for 84¢ (B1G1F @ $1.69)

$1 off (SS 10/18)

Makes it FREE with possible 16¢ overage

X-14 Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Sells for 66¢ (B1G1F @ $1.32

$1 off (SS 9/27)

Makes it FREE with possible 34¢ overage

So you could actually go into Bi-Lo, buy these four items, and, if you get the overages, have a total due of about 2¢. I would advise that you buy something else that you need because you are more likely to get the overage this way. If you don't get the overages, you would only owe about 50¢, depending on tax!!


If you're like me, you really do not want to buy the more expensive brands of hair care products without knowing if they'll "work for you". Go HERE to request free samples of John Freida's Brilliant Brunette Liquid Shine Illuminating Shampoo & Brilliant Brunette Liquid Shine Illuminating Conditioner. That way you can try it before you buy it.


Have you tried the new instant Nescafe Taster's Choice flavors? Go HERE to request a sample tester pack of 5 flavors.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


I made 2 trips to CVS this week because I needed 2 packs of Zyrtec and the first time they only had one. This picture is what I got on both trips and I have added my totals together. I got:
1 Dove Shampoo
2 Dove Conditioners
2 Nature Bounty Fish Oil
2 14ct. pks Zyrtec
2 Glade Candles
2 Neosporin Lip Therapy
2 cans Chicken Noodle Soup
2 cans Tomato Soup
2 cans Swanson's Chicken Broth
1 Gilette Fusion Razor
3 Dove Ultimate Deodorants
1 Degree Deodorant
1 Mennen Pro Speed Stick
Before any sale prices: $121.17
Sale prices without coupons: $87.83
Total after coupons: $43.32
Total Out Of Pocket: $21.33 Used $21.99 in ECB's
Had $6.99 in ECB's when I went in.
Had $14.00 in ECB's when I came out.
Actual amount spent: $21.33 - $7.01 = $14.31
I subtracted the $7.01 from my Out Of Pocket because right now I have $7.01 more in ECB's than I had when I went in.


Below I have listed the items that are on sale this week at The Pig that I have found coupon match-ups for.
I have listed the item, sale price, coupon value, and the insert that it was in. Insert codes are as follows:

SS = Smart Source
RP = Red Plum, P & G = Proctor & Gamble

Please keep in mind that these are just the coupons that were in newspaper inserts, and inserts do vary by region. There is no guarantee that it was in the insert in your paper.This guide is to be used as a place to start. There are many other coupons out there. Watch for coupons in your stores, magazines, and on the internet. Many coupons can be printed by clicking on the links on my sidebar.
New York Texas Toast $2.00
.40/1, .50/1 Not sure which insert
Kraft 16 oz. Cheese $3.99
1.00/2 SS 10/15

Quaker Instant Oatmeal $2.50
$1.25/2 RP 8/30

Healthy Choice Dinners
$2.00/1 PRINT
.75/1, 1.00/1 SS 10/18

All Detergent $3.99
.40/1 PRINT
1.00/2 PRINT
2.00/1 RP 10/4

Charmin Tissue $6.99
.25/1, 1.00/2 P & G 9/27
.50/1 SS 9/20

Purina Dog Chow $11.49
1.50/1, 1.00/1 SS 10/18

Scotties Facial Tissues 99¢
.50/3 RP 8/9, 9/13, 10/25
1.00/5 RP 9/13
Degree Twin Pack $4.99
.75/1, 1.00/1 RP 9/13

Alka Seltzer Plus $4.99
1.00/1 PRINT

Smithfield Bacon $2.00
..55/1 RP 10/25

Butterball Ground Turkey $2.50
.75/1 PRINT

To view the full ad go HERE

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Once again Schwann's is offering free food to new customers. They did this back in August and I took advantage of it then, so I can not do it now. This is truly a free offer with no strings attached. Go HERE to order your $10 worth of free food. It will be delivered right to your door. I ordered the hamburger patties, but you can order whatever you want from their large catalog. No credit card information is requested. When I ordered mine, after checkout. it said that I had a balance of 03¢. Then when it was delivered, the driver told me that I owed $1. I paid it. Later when I mentioned this to someone else who had received this offer, he said that his also showed that balance. He called customer service and they took it off. His driver did not request anything. I kinda think my driver just wanted a tip!? But I still had 8 premium hamburger patties for just $1. But you have to hurry. This offer ends Saturday.


SC Johnson has released a new coupon. Go HERE to print a Buy One, Get One Free Coupon. I think I saw these in Wal-Mart for $2.48.


Ever feel like just throwing something? Need to relieve a little stress without being destructive? Go HERE and sign up to receive a free stress ball from Girly Gal.


Last week I told you about the free offer from Kodak. Hope that you got your free $15 credit. I spent a good portion of the day looking for just the right pictures to go on my collage mug, which was $12.99. I had $2.01 left so I ordered prints of 22 pictures that I had on my computer. When I went to check out I saw that I had an additional $1.80 discount, (don't know why) so I ordered 20 more prints to bring my total to $14.97. I do have to pay Shipping and Handling, which is $7.98. I translate that as 19¢ per print and a free mug! I think I got a good deal. This mug would make a great Christmas present. Who wouldn't love to receive a coffee mug with pictures of their children or grandchildren? If you did not take advantage of this when it was posted, go HERE to do it now. The offer is still available.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009


Want some really fun recipes for Halloween. Go HERE to download a free ebook of 15 very interesting and fun recipes. You do have to enter your email address but do not have to accept the other offers. Just scroll down to "skip" on both pages and then you can download the ebook. This is a pdf file that you just save to your computer. Makes me almost wish I had small kids to fix this stuff for.


There are not many opportunities to get a free sample of something that is exclusively for the man in your life. Go HERE to sign up for a free sample of Tropical Breeze, "the new Fragrance for Him".


I took a few coupons to Wal-Mart yesterday because they were expiring soon and I did not want to miss the deals. I got 1 Glade Sense 'n' Spray for $2, 2 boxes of Toaster Strudels for 98¢ each, 10pk Bic disposable razors for 94¢, 2 Hormel Completes Dinners FREE + 2¢ profit each, 3 Macaroni Grill Dinner Kits $1 each (discontinued flavors regularly priced at $3.50 priced @ $2 & had coupons for $1 off), Sara Lee sliced Deli Meat (had coupon for $3 off), 2 Febreze Noticeables for $1 each, 1 bag of Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters, 1 16pk box of Pop'Tarts (Marked down to $2.64 but rang up at full price. I did not catch this until I got home. Oh, Well!). Not in the picture was a pack of Pork Sirloin Chops that had just been marked down to $3.15. Sub-total before my coupons was $46.16; after coupons was $18. Just the 3 air fresheners would have cost that, and much more if they had not been on "roll-back". Add to that the $1.50 each markdown on the dinner kits and the $1.60 reduction on the meat, the price before coupons would have been $52.26. That's a total savings of $34.26. Lots of Good Deals.


I went to Bi-Lo yesterday for my weekly couponing trip. This is a picture of what I got. Sorry it's a little fuzzy. Totally free items were Southern Home soft drink, SH tomato sauce, and SH potato chips. 2 bottles of Joy @ 28¢ ea., 1 Starkist Tuna pouch @ 9¢, Gualtney Bacon for 99¢, cream cheese for 89¢, 2 cresent rolls for $1.17 each, 2 cooking sprays for 89¢, hamburger buns for 33¢, hot dog buns for 48¢. Total spent was $6.48. Total before savings was $23.31. BonusCard savings was $5.32; coupon savings was $11.68.


Don't you just love free samples of stuff you can really use? Go HERE to sign up and print a coupon for a free sample of Aquafresh Extreme Clean Toothpaste. This is for the trial size, You can also print valuable coupons for larger size products.


GLOWELLE is a clinically proven antioxidant supplement to help fight the signs of aging below the skin’s surface. You can go HERE and fill out the form to receive a FREE GLOWELLE clutch containing three GLOWELLE powder stick packs, product information and beauty-boosting recipe suggestions ($15 value)!**Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. This is a Facebook freebie so you will be directed to a Facebook page, but you do not have to become a fan to request this sample.

(Thanks Hip2save)

Monday, October 26, 2009


ALL YOU Magazine is the absolute best magazine to subscribe to if you enjoy couponing. Each issue is packed with loads of coupons, many making the item free or close to it. If any of you recently received a fundraising package in the mail asking you to subscribe to a magazine in order to help the band, or some other school group, you are in luck! According to the package I just received, you can buy a 2-year subscription for just $20. That is just 83¢ an issue.It makes me wish that I had not already subscribed. ALL YOU's cover price is $2.49, but is sold only at Wal-Mart for $2.24. 24 issues would be $53.76 plus tax, if bought separately. If you would like to help the group that is raising funds, but really don't know what to order, why not order something that could pay for itself the first month? This is a win/win situation. You can help the school group and yourself at the same time. I know that the local band is conducting this fundraiser, as is my nephew's school in the midlands' area. I am sure that there are others, so watch your mail for it.


As you all know, I love reusable shopping bags. I have about a dozen of them from various places. I love them even more when they are free. Go HERE to download a form to receive a free bag from ChiChi's when you purchase 2 of their products. Bi-Lo has several Chi Chi's products on sale right now, which makes this an even better deal.


When you visit my blog, please feel free to leave me comments about what is there. There is a comment tab at the bottom of every post. I would love to hear your suggestions and comments.


Need business cards? How about a customized tote bag? Go HERE to choose freebie and design it now. Shipping & Handling do apply. This bag would team up great with CVS's "Green Bag Tag". I haven't decided yet whether to get the bag for shopping or the cards to promote SavinSource. Someone I know ordered the cards a while back and shortly afterward received an offer for a free t-shirt and various other stuff.


Have you noticed the new additions to my sidebar? There are now three links from which you can your print coupons. Take a stroll and see for yourself.

Sunday, October 25, 2009


Bi-Lo has 3 great deals for under 50¢ each this week (with your Bonuscard). They are:

Smart Balance cooking Spray B1G1F @ $2.89
Buy one for $1.45
Use $1 off coupon from 10/18 RP insert
Pay only 45¢!

Fresh Express Salad Blends on sale for 88¢
Use 55¢ off coupon PRINTABLE (doubles to $1.10)
Pay -22¢ (In my experience, I have always received full credit for "over-the-price" coupons. Some stores may adjust it down to price.)
You pay 0¢ or gain 22¢.

Joy Dish Detergent on sale for 88¢
Use 30¢ off coupon from 10/11 P & G insert (doubles to 60¢)
Pay only 28¢.

So, you could go into Bi-Lo with these 3 coupons, buy these 3 items, and pay just 51¢ for all 3 if your Salad coupon doubles fully. If it does not, then you'll only pay 73¢ for all 3 plus tax on the Joy. Regular price for these 3 items would be around $7.


More free food! Taco Bell is giving away a free Black Jack Taco to customers between 6 p.m. and midnight on Halloween. Click HERE for more details. "Participation may vary" and "limit 1 per person."


Register HERE for a free sample of Oil of Olay Total Effects Body wash. This product is not due to be in the stores until February 2010, so you can be among the first to try it.


For all of you Marlboro or t-shirt fans, go HERE and register to design your own custom-made t-shirt. Even if you are not a smoker, who can resist the chance to design your own t-shirt. There are many choices and the finished design does not look like a cigarette ad. Or design one for a friend. This would make a great Christmas gift.

Saturday, October 24, 2009


Kentucky Fried Chicken is, once again, offering every customer a free piece of their grilled chicken. The big event will be going on Monday, Oct. 26. This is not the first time they have done this and the last time, things did not go so well. Check out the Yahoo News story HERE. Go HERE for more details.


If you are planning to get into couponing heavily, you are going to have to register your email address on many, many, manufacturers' websites. If you do not want all that extra email coming to your regular inbox, I suggest that you set up a separate email account for couponing. For those who have Charter, you are allowed to have 10 different email addresses on the same account. And then there is yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc... This way, everything goes to that address. Just don't forget to check it regularly. A lot of companies send you an email to confirm and you are required to respond to it in order to receive whatever they are offering. Also, once you register with most companies, they send you offers quite often, and you do not want to miss them.


Have you been wanting to try those new Nature Valley Nut Clusters? Don't want to pay that much for them, considering it's granola and you may not like them? Go HERE and register and you will receive a sample bag, along with a sample granola bar and coupons. Of course it takes a few weeks to get your samples, so you may want to go HERE to print coupons for 40¢ off Nature Valley Granola Bars and $1 off Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters. I've been told these nut clusters are great. No personal knowledge, someone else ate the bag I put in my cabinet!

Friday, October 23, 2009


Below I have listed the coupon match-ups that I have found for this week's specials at The Pig.

I have listed item, sale price, coupon value, and the insert that it was in.

SS = SmartSource,

RP = Red Plum, P & G = Proctor & Gamble

Please keep in mind that these are only the coupons that were in the newspaper inserts, and inserts do vary by region. There is no guarantee that it was in the insert in your paper. This guide is to be used as a place to start. There are many other coupons out there. Watch in your stores, magazines, and on the internet. Some printable coupons can be accessed from my sidebar.


.60/2, $1/2, $1.25/3

RP 9/13


$1/2, .55/1

RP 9/13



RP 9/13



SS 9/27 or



SS 9/27

MR CLEAN $2.50

free Mr. Clean Spray wyb liquid

P&G 9/27


.50/2, $1/2

RP 9/13



SS 10/11


$1/1 SS 9/27

.25/1 SS 8/23 ex. 10/25

$1/1 SS 8/23 ex. 10/25



SS 8/30

View the entire circular HERE


Did you know that Bi-Lo and Target each give you 5¢ credit for each reusable bag that you bring in and use to put your purchases in? It does not matter if it is their bag or not. I have a whole collection of these bags and love to use them when I shop.

1) Credit at some stores.

2) Helps the environment.

3) Makes purchases much easier to carry.

Start your collection today!


If you shop CVS, you definitely need to purchase one of their new "Bag Tags" for 99¢. Then hang it on whatever reusable bag you choose to carry. Each time you are in, have the cashier scan the tag. Every 4th time it is scanned, you will receive $1 ECB. That is a $1 coupon to spend on your next purchase. The only limit is that your tag can only be scanned once per day. My cashier even scanned my tag during the transaction in which I bought it. And you do have to have an ExtraCare card. If you don't have one yet, sign up for one in your store or go HERE to sign up for one online.


Just in case you missed the last sale, has an even better offer. For a limited time, you can purchase a $25 gift certificate for just $3. That is 70% off the usual $10 price. You then use these gift certificates to treat yourself to a great meal at one of the many participating restaurants. At many of them the minimum purchase is only $35 in order to use the certificate. Gratuity and alcohol purchases are not included. So, you go, have a great meal that cost $35, add 18% gratuity = $41.30. You pay $16.30 + $3 that you paid for the certificate. That is $19.30 for a meal that would have cost you $41.30, a savings of more than 50%. Go HERE to purchase your certificates now. At checkout, enter the coupon code PUMPKIN for discount. Certificates are good for one year from date of purchase.


Want these fancy, usually expensive, air fresheners for next-to-nothing? Just go HERE and join Airwick's Fragrant Homes Club. After joining, you will be given the opportunity to earn reward codes by watching short videos, about 30 seconds each. Each video you watch earns you the right to print valuable coupons, enter sweepstakes, or register to win new products. There are many other ways to earn more points, like doing surveys, or simply entering the UPC code of the products that you bought. The last time I was in WalMart, the i-motion starter kits were on roll-back for $5. I used $4 off coupons and bought these for just $1 each!

Thursday, October 22, 2009


Veterans and active members of the military eat lunch for free at Applebee's on Veteran's Day. You must show proof of service such as:

U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card
U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card
Current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
Veterans Organization Card (i.e., American Legion and VFW)
Photograph in uniform
Wearing uniform
Go HERE for more details.
Menu is limited and does not include beverage and gratuity. Only the entree is free.


Do you have Charter Cable? And are you like me, paying them a small fortune each month for cable and/or Internet service? If so, I hope you are signed up for "Live It With Charter"! If not, go HERE to sign up. It costs you nothing and you receive points automatically every month. Then every couple of months they have "Redemption Days" where you can cash in your points for gifts. I have never cashed mine in, so I do not know how much you have to pay for shipping & handling. But you have to visit their site early during the redemption period because the good stuff sells out quickly. If you are already a member, Redemptions Days started yesterday at noon. Go HERE to sign in and redeem your points.


Well, folks, I don't know if this one is for real or not, but I decided to post it anyway. Someone called me yesterday and told me that they had signed me up to receive a free Snuggie Blanket. I am a little skeptical so I did a little research and found it on a couple of blogs that I consider to be reputable. But it still seems too good to be true. I have checked on several sites that list "hoaxes" and have not found it listed. So I think that it's worth taking a chance on. Go HERE and sign up to receive a free "Snuggie" blanket. According to the fine print, they may call you after you receive it to ask your opinion on it. I really don't mind that. If you don't answer, they say that they will email you to let you know that they are trying to reach you. Guess I won't really know if it is legit or not until I receive/don't receive it. This would have been a great thing to have at last week's band competition! It was so cold!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Went I got home yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to find the November issue of All You Magazine had arrived. I was not expecting my first issue to arrive until next month. This issue does not have as many coupons as usual, but there are a few good ones. Go HERE to see the full list. This way you can decide whether you want to stop by Wal-Mart and pick it up, although I'm not sure if it is in the stores yet.


Kodak Gallery is giving every person $15 off anything! Go here and sign up and they will email you the special code (click on “Click to get your free gift”). When signing up make sure you click on the box to get future information from Kodak so that they will mail the gift code. I have already signed up and gotten my code. I am now going to design a mug, I think! Shipping & Handling does have to be paid, but that's a small price to pay for Kodak Quality. And it is probably not anymore than it would cost for me to go to the mall to order/pick up. You can also use your $15 to buy prints for 9¢ each. That's a lot of prints!

My Bi-Lo Deal Of The Week

Bi-Lo does not have a very good sale this week, though they do have quite a number of B1G1F items. There are just not a lot of coupon match-ups. They tend to have one really good week a month and that was a couple weeks ago. However, they do still have the Hormel entrees on sale. If you go HERE to print your coupon(s), you can buy them for $1.49 ea. However, these entrees only serve 2-3 people. I bought pork chops and it only had 3 pieces of meat. But then, at $1.49 ea. , I could afford to prepare 2 at a time.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


I went shopping yesterday to do my weekly couponing. I decided to give Rite Aid's Single Check Rebates a try. I bought a lot of cold and sinus medicine that were on full rebate. My total was $42.74. I had $11 in store coupons bringing my total down to $31.74. I have already submitted my receipt for my rebates which total $37.94, which is $6.20 more than I spent. There is also a form inside one of the medicines which I will submit for another $6 back. So I've got lip balm, 2 different nasal sprays, 2 boxes of lozenges, sore throat fizzlers, & and a bottle of Tresemme Hair Conditioner which came with a free bottle of shampoo. I will get everything that I paid for it back plus $12.20. That's a great deal!

Next I went to CVS. I bought everything in the picture above for just $6.05. That is 1 Glade Candle, 6 bags of Fun Size Candy Bars, 2 packs of Trident Layers Gum, 1 Bag Tag, 1 large Cadbury Bar, 2 Mounds Pack-a-Snacks, 1 V-O5 Shampoo, 1 Herbal Essence Conditioner, and 1 Herbal Essence Hair Spray. I went in with $5 in ECB's and had $5 in ECB's when I came out. I have stocked up on Chocolate, which is a necessity!

Then it was off to Bi-Lo. I took a picture of what I bought but the battery was almost dead on my phone and the pic did not save. By the time I realized this, I had already put everything up.

My total before savings was $41.10; after savings was $14.26. I bought 2 Hormel Refrigerated Entrees (regular $6.99 each), 4 Green Giant Frozen Veggies, 2 Boxes Cheese Nips, eggs, bread, tuna, Michelina's Dinners, etc.

I'd say that I had a very successful day. I spent a total of $52.05 and I will get $42.94 back in rebates. That means this whole trip cost me $9.11. The total value of what I bought was $123.54 before sale prices, coupons, and rebates. That is a 93 % savings! I love couponing! And I love Chocolate!


All posts made by me are believed to be legitimate offers. I will not post it if I have not checked it out and believe it to be totally legit. When I post a freebie, it is only after I have looked at it and believe it to be real. In most cases, I have already participated in the offer. However, if I wait to make certain I receive it before I post it for you, the offer will probably have expired. Also, sometimes offers are rescinded before they start. I recently removed the Chick-Fil-A Calendar offer because I learned that it was not gonna be available.
Also many store chains have different prices in different areas. If I post a price for an item at a particular store, that is because I have checked it out at the store in my area, and do not guarantee that it will be the same where you shop.
If you find that an offer is not what it appears to be, please let me know via email or in the comments section of the post so that I can correct it.
I make no price guarantees and accept no responsibility if an offer expires or is removed. This blog is done in fun and in an effort to help others save money.


Edible Arrangements is giving away a free box (6 pieces) of chocolate-dipped fruit to their first 100,000 Facebook fans. Go HERE to become their fan and claim your box now. However, this is only a good deal if you are going to be "in the neighborhood" and can take your coupon to one of their locations to pick yours up , as there is a flat-rate shipping fee of $12 if you order online. Go HERE to find a location near you. Please remember that you may have to wait a day or so for your coupon to arrive in your email.


Did you know that every week Rite Aid offers many items for "free"? This week is no exception. They are offering a lot of cold remedies and such on their Single Check Rebate plan. But you need to hurry if you want to take advantage of October's offers, as they will end on October 22. Go HERE to read more and see all of this week's offerings. The only draw back to Rite Aid's system is that you have to pay for it first and then wait a few weeks for your rebate. The best thing about it is that the rebate can be spent on anything you want, anywhere you want, as it is a check that you take to your bank. Although some people say they have had a problem with this. If your bank won't accept it, you can always take it to Rite Aid to buy the current deals. But before you go, go HERE to watch a few videos to earn a coupon for $4 off of a $20 purchase. While you're watching those videos you will also earn in-store coupons, which can be used to save money when you buy these item in their store. These coupons can also be used along with manufacturers' coupons to save even more.

Monday, October 19, 2009


Get connected at Ruby Tuesday's. Go HERE to register and join their birthday club. You will recive regular updates and a coupon for a free burger on your birthday.