What I do ~ And how you can too!
Happy Shopping, Little Ms. Coupons
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
You gals rock!!!
Luv ya ~ Angel
Saturday, December 27, 2008
Monday, December 8, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
My cousin, JoAnna Garcia has a new tv show on the CW network. It's called "Privileged"...well, the show is up for a People's Choice Award.
Please take a moment and click the link above or go to www.PCAvote.com and cast you vote in the favorite new tv drama category. You will need to register and then you can cast your vote.
VOTE for Privileged...please!!!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
I want to introduce you to the Black Friday ads that we all are anxiously awaiting. There is a website that I have subscribed to for the last several years. Go to http://bfads.net/ and sign up to receive the ads in your inbox before they go out in the papers.
When you visit the site you will be able to see the already available black friday ads as well.
Have fun and happy shopping!!!
P.S. Sears just announced that Holiday Layaway is back too!!!
Monday, November 10, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
Duty and Privilege
Micca Monda Campbell
“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”
Psalm 33:12 (NIV)
Tomorrow, November 4th, millions of Americans will have the opportunity to elect new leaders of government. If you live in the United States, I encourage you to be among them and exercise your right to vote. I encourage you to vote for both your national and your local leaders.
While the Bible does not command us to vote, it does command us to be good citizens wherever we live. One way we can be a good citizen, honor God, and assist in guiding our nation is by voting.
As a woman, I’m honored to take part in determining the direction of our nation. Before the 1900’s, women in America were not allowed the privilege to vote, and in some countries they still cannot. I look at voting for our leaders not only as my citizen’s duty, but also as a privilege millions of people in the world do not have.
I take my right to vote so seriously that in 1992, while nine months pregnant and restricted to bed rest, I had my mother drive me forty-five minutes to vote in the presidential election. I allowed nothing to stand in my way of exercising my right to vote. Eight days later, I gave birth to a healthy little girl - to whom I hope to pass on my political passion for voting.
There’s no doubt about it, voting is both a duty and a privilege. However, I realize that some people won’t take the time and trouble to vote because they don’t believe their ballot will make much of a difference. That’s not true. Statistics show that many elections have come down to only a handful of votes.
What would happen if most people felt that their vote didn’t really matter and didn’t bother to vote? It would mean that our country’s future would be decided by only a few of its citizens— who perhaps don’t hold the same convictions as yours.
Deciding whom to vote for can seem a daunting task. But voting is easier once you and I pray about it, and seek out good information about the candidates and the issues they address. The fact that there is moral haziness in politics these days indicates our need to rely on the Holy Spirit for guidance when examining the issues as well as the candidates.
November 4th is a day of opportunity for America. It’s a day to stand up for what we believe in. It’s a day to voice those beliefs and be heard. It’s a day to take the time to vote as we honor our Christian heritage, and bring glory to God. For “blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord!”
Dear Lord, in this upcoming election, I pray that You will move in the hearts of Your people in this nation to vote. I pray You will work in and through our leaders to guide and bless this nation – may it be so in all nations, Lord! Guide us by your Spirit, in Jesus' Name, Amen.
Read I Timothy chapter 3, and compare these traits to those running for leadership in America today (or your country if you do not live in the U.S.)
What are your main concerns for America and the world today? Economy? Terrorism? Health Care? Energy? Education? Taxes? …
Inform yourself of the candidates’ stances on these issues and then decide which candidate, in your opinion, has the best plan for our nation.
Will you take the time to vote in the upcoming election?
Isaiah 14:24; 26-27a, “The Lord Almighty has sworn, "Surely, as I have planned, so it will be, and as I have purposed, so it will stand. This is the plan determined for the whole world; this is the hand stretched out over all nations. For the Lord Almighty has purposed, and who can thwart him?” (NIV)
© 2008 by Micca Campbell. All rights reserved.
Proverbs 31 Ministries
616-G, Matthews-Mint Hill Road
Matthews, NC 28105
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Movie "Casper" will begin at dark.
This month's event will have an admission charge of a non-perishable food item or a monetary donation made to The Well (a Spring Hill Food Bank)
Premovie events will begin at 5pm with free food, live music and fun and games for the children all sponsored by The People's Church.
There will be a costume contest so have your kids dress up and take part in the Safe Trick-or-Treat event where local businesses will be giving out goodies to the kids. Parents are welcome to dress up as well.
TGI Fridays will give FREE kids meals to kids in costume on 10/31/08. One free meal per adult entree purchased.
McDonald's (Spring Hill) is doing $1.39 Hamburger Happy Meals for kids in costume.
Spring Hill Baptist Church on 31 does a great Fall Fest (SAFE Trick or Treating) all activities are FREE.
Publix is doing trick or treating inside the store on 10/31/08.
Enjoy Trick or Treating at CoolSprings Galleria 6PM-7Pm throughout the mall. Enjoy going store to store for treats! Offer valid while supplies last.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is pleased to present the 1st Annual Halloween Spookfest at the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill on Saturday, October 25th. Bring the whole family for a night of frightful fun from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Kids ages 2-12 will enjoy pumpkin painting, cupcake walk and a fortune teller. Practice your blood-curdling screams for the “scariest scream” contest at 7:30 p.m., and don’t forget to appear in your most unique costume for the Halloween costume competition at 8:00 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for the scariest, funniest and most original costumes. Enjoy refreshments including witches brew punch and “deadly” Halloween cookies. DJ Louis Lee will be providing Halloween musical entertainment. Top off the night in the gym as 2,000 balloons filled with goodies drop from the ceiling! Enjoy a fantastic event for you and your little goblin!
Cost is $4.00 per child. Parents get in free, and must accompany children. The Longview Recreation Center is located at 2909 Commonwealth Drive in Spring Hill. Reservations are required by October 22nd. For more information, call 302-0971, ext. 10.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
I think this may be the same for the one by the movies too. But call before going.
Friday, October 17, 2008
“But our fathers refused to obey him. Instead, they rejected him and in their hearts turned back to Egypt.”
Acts 7:39 (NIV)
We’d not had rain in many, many days. I don’t know how large of an area this drought has affected in the US, but I know it has been much larger than my immediate area. I’ve heard on the radio that the drought was the worst we had seen in 100 years. So, that gives you an idea of how serious it had been.
As day after day of record heat combined with no rain waged on last summer, I caught myself scanning the skies for a stray cloud or any sign that rain was coming. I heard that Atlanta, GA was about 60 days from being out of water. Even closer to my home, Monroe, NC was about 110 days from being out of water. We don't think about it often, but can you imagine life without water? In short, things were getting desperate. I was happy when the rain finally came. I rejoiced in it. I thanked God for it. I even prayed that it would keep on raining. I had hope that this rain would begin to replenish our 14 inches of water-level deficit. Come on, rain, I thought. As I loaded children and bags of groceries in the car, I tried not to be grumpy about the rain. I tried to smile even as my hair was getting wet; even as my son was splashing in puddles, soaking his shoes. Every time I felt myself getting grumpy and wishing it would stop raining, I focused instead on how much we needed the rain – and how this rain was an answer to prayer. And yet, I must confess that after it went on for a while, I was anxious for the rain to go away and dry weather to return. Even though I knew that God was giving us what we needed most, I started looking backwards.And then God gave me a vision of how much I was like the Israelites as they wandered in the desert. The scripture tells us that oppressive Egypt was starting to look good to them again. They had prayed for deliverance from slavery and God had provided it. He had answered their prayers and given them what they needed. Yet as day after day of walking and wandering began to take its toll, they started to forget God's goodness and concentrate on their circumstances instead. Oh, to be back in Egypt, they thought. How often do we do this? We ask for deliverance from something, we are thankful for the deliverance, but then as we walk through the hard parts of actually being delivered, the flesh begins to cry out in opposition. We start drifting backwards in our spirits to that place that was familiar, instead of walking obediently towards where God wants to take us.
I know this has been true with our family’s finances. We prayed for deliverance from debt and God began to show us a way out. Yet as we have walked through what it has taken to be debt-free, I have often caught myself looking back at when I used to charge things freely, with no thought as to how we would pay for it. Oh, how nice that was to just be able to go buy something without having to scrounge and save, I find myself thinking. I don't want to look backwards or give into the comforts my flesh craves. I want to push forward, straining for the prize God has for me. I want to seek Him with all my heart – no matter where that takes me. I want to live in that sometimes uncomfortable place of walking in total obedience. When the rain comes pouring down, I want to choose to dance in the puddles instead of longing for the shelter of past sunny days.
Dear Lord, I want to focus on Your plan and not my comfort level when things get hard. I want to live a life that seeks You instead of a life spent looking backwards. Help me to thank You in all circumstances and to trust completely in You. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Spend some time today praying for God to show you where your attitudes and actions have been more “backward thinking” than “forward thinking.” Write down anything God shows you as a result, and any verses of scripture you might need to cling to as you walk forward with Him.
Have you been looking backwards lately?
Is there somewhere God is taking you right now that feels uncomfortable, yet necessary?
Philippians 3:13-14, “Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” (NIV)
Luke 9:62, “Jesus replied, ‘No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God.’” (NIV)
Numbers 11:18-20, “Tell the people: ‘Consecrate yourselves in preparation for tomorrow, when you will eat meat. The Lord heard you when you wailed, ‘If only we had meat to eat! We were better off in Egypt!’ Now the Lord will give you meat, and you will eat it. You will not eat it for just one day, or two days, or five, ten or twenty days, but for a whole month—until it comes out of your nostrils and you loathe it—because you have rejected the Lord, who is among you, and you have wailed before him, saying, ‘Why did we ever leave Egypt?’’” (NIV)
© 2008 by Marybeth Whalen. All rights reserved.
Proverbs 31 Ministries
616-G, Matthews-Mint Hill Road
Matthews, NC 28105
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Just saw a flier in the newspaper that our new Capt D's here in SpringHill has Kids Eat FREE Thursday night - 2 free kids meal per adultpurchase of a regularly priced dinner or platter. Dine-in only. Also free meals when you join their club at www.captainds.com/dsclub
Looks like this may not start for a few weeks, so be sure to check it out first.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Hunt's Diced Tomatoes...4/$3.00 BUY 2 USE 1 coupon ($0.40 off 2) from 9/21 Smartsource, You will pay $0.35 each
Ronzoni Smart Taste Pasta...2/$3.00 BUY 1 USE 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from 10/5 Smartsource, you will pay $0.50 each
Healthly Ones Lunch Meat...4/$5.00 BUY 1 USE 1 coupons ($0.75 off 1) from 8/17 Smartsource, You will pay $0.50 each
Starkist Tuna Creations Pouch...$1.79 BUY 1 USE 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from 9/7 RedPlum, You will pay $0.79 each
Gillette Fusion Razor...$4.99 BUY 1 USE 1 coupon ($4.00 off 1) from 9/28 P&G you will pay $0.99 each
Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage...2/$5.00 BUY 1 USE 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from Blinkie Coupon in front of product, you will pay $1.50 each
I looked for the Scott Mini Lint Roller...found it on shelf but not on sale for $1.00 as mentioned on the list.
Splurge buy for today...Ready to bake potatoes $1.29 each. Used a $1.00 off $3.00 produce coupon that was mailed to me.
Remember that you can buy as many items as you have coupons for...I only tell you to buy 1, etc. so that you know what each deal looks like.
Friday, October 3, 2008
Also...check out this recipe for healthy Trail Mix, kids will love it!
This tasty, hearty mix provides a burst of fuel that will power kids through homework, sports practice, or other after-school activities.
Make this recipe together on the weekend, and have a delicious treat all week long!
3 cups Honey Bunnies OR Bunny Love cereal
Combine all ingredients and mix well. You may substitute other dried fruits (mangoes, papaya, apricots) for apples, or combine them all together and mix it up!
Great for your next big hike… or on the trail home from school.Enough for 8 or more individual snack bags.
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
I am sooo excited and am looking forward to what God has in store for us!!!
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Gotta run...I think I hear the "honey do" list calling!
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
August 26, 2008
The Blessing of Giving
“In everything I did, I showed that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said,
"It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Acts 20:35 (NIV)
Giving is not always easy for me, is it for you? These ancient words from Acts are very difficult for this mind to comprehend. How can I be more blessed when I give than when I get? I am a girl, and in all honesty, I love to get stuff.
I must confess when God calls me to give; I don't feel like I am being blessed. Perhaps you have had similar experiences. The Lord prompts you to prepare a meal for a family who has been struck with an illness and after a long day at work, you are barely able to get yourself together enough to prepare a meal for your own family. Or maybe when you are physically exhausted and put out with your kids, He nudges you to go get your friend's children because she needs a break. No matter what the situation, when God calls us to give, we must obey and though it doesn't seem like something we want to do at the time, we come out on the other side of obedience being blessed. I can't explain exactly how it works, I just know that it does.
The Lord tells us through the prophet Isaiah that His ways and thoughts are higher than our ways and thoughts. In other words, He knows better. He sees the big picture. He has the master plan written and the only thing we need to be concerned with is doing what He asks of us, without compliant.
The meal He asks you to fix may interrupt or inconvenience your plan. You may want to question His reasoning when the Holy Spirit nudges you to take your rude co-worker out to lunch. You may be baffled by His suggestion to teach your child's Sunday School class so the regular teacher can have a break. Whatever our thought process may be at time, the bottom line is this: our decision whether we think it does or not, has eternal meaning. It means something to our eternity and to the person we are to give something to, or do something for.
Without Jesus in my heart, I would not have the ability to give to others. Basically, I am a selfish person. I remember reading today's key verse wondering, "What kind of blessing will I get for doing for others? Will it be money, a new car, or a finer home?" I am ashamed of those thoughts but they came from an infant Christian who did not understand the blessing one receives is a closer and more intimate walk with the greatest Giver who ever lived. I thankfully receive that blessing now.
Are you currently receiving blessings by being the giver that the Lord wants you to be?
Dear Lord, I need You to help me be the giver I should be. It is hard for me but Your Word says nothing is impossible for You. So Lord, will You please help me. Will you allow me to see the fruit of my obedience? I can't wait to receive and enjoy my blessing for giving: a closer walk with You. Thank You for every blessing You give me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Pray today's prayer aloud.
When the Lord prompts you to do something for someone, simply do it. Record His request, your response, and the blessing you receiving in a Giving Journal. Ask God to direct you to someone who needs to receive an act of kindness.
What keeps me from offering acts of kindness?
What steps do I need to take to be a better giver?
Galatians 5:22-23, "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law." (NIV)
Hebrews 6:12, "We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised."(NIV)
James 1:22, "But be doers of the Word [obey the message], and not merely listeners to it, betraying yourselves [into deception by reasoning contrary to the Truth]." (AMP)
© 2008 by Wendy Pope. All rights reserved.
Proverbs 31 Ministries
616-G, Matthews-Mint Hill Road
Matthews, NC 28105
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
So I came across the web site www.eatbetteramerica.com today and at the bottom of the page there is a link to promotions/coupons. Go check it out, there are some great organic coups on there.
Sign up at www.welchs.com to recieve coupons and updates.
Check out www.laurasleanbeef.com to sign up for enewsletters and coupons...print an e-coup for one dollar off.
Visit www.mambasprouts.com and sign up for coupons.
Go to www.colemannatural.com and take the survey of the month to recieve $5.00 in coupons.
Check out www.browncowfarm.com for e-coups.
Also Earth Bound at www.ebfarm.com and sign up for the newsletter to get coups.
And of course don't forget Stonyfield and Organic Valley too!
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Free Chick-Fil-A Chick-N-Strips On September 1st To receive one (1) free three-count order of Chick-n-Strips while supplies last, eligible participants should visit participating Chick-fil-A locations from 10:30 AM until close on Sept. 1, 2008 wearing at least one visible article of clothing that contains any football team logo or collegiate logo and mention this Promotion.ELIGIBILITY: Offer available only to legal U.S. residents of AL, AR AZ, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, MO, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NM, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WI, WV, and WY. Limit one per person
Monday, August 18, 2008
Monday, August 11, 2008
1 9-oz. box (6 cups) Annie’s breakfast cereal
1 10-oz. package marshmallows, regular or mini
4 Tbsp. (½ stick) butter
· Butter a 9”x13”x2” pan or baking dish.
· Melt 4 Tbsp. butter in large (4-6 qt.) saucepan over low heat.
· Add marshmallows and stir constantly until completely melted.
· Remove pan from heat.
· Add Bunny cereal and stir until well coated.
· Using a buttered spatula or scraper, press mixture evenly into oiled pan. Cool, then cut into 24 squares and serve.
Note: Any of our delicious cereal flavors can be used
Yield: 24 squares
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
I was surprised to see a credit on our account from Marti's Bayou Cafe in Spring Hill...so glad that they are a UPromise partner!!! I did not know that until the statement came...it's nice to see local businesses joining up.
Saturday, August 2, 2008
Friday, July 18, 2008
If you signed up for Publix Greenwise mailing list then you should have received $21.00 worth of Greenwise coupons in the mail...I did!!! And they are great coupons too! Just one more benefit of signing up...so if you haven't done it already...get to it!!!
They also sell raw and organic dairy products as well as fruits, veggies and staple items.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Well anyway, I found this site and thought I would share it with you. Check it out and make the pledge!!!
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Great books, dvds, tapes, etc for $10.00 but only for 10 days...so hurry!!!
Thanks Shelley for passing this along!!!
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Enter to win a garden makeover
Enter the Opry Summer Getaway Giveaway
Also check out Country Crock
Share a small change that you have made and they will donate to Second Harvest Food Bank
Oscar Mayer hotdogs (jumbo, bun length, regular) BOGO $2.89...Bought 2 Used 2 coupons ($0.50 off 1, doubled to $1.00 off) from 6/15 Smartsource. Paid $0.45 each
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad (these are great if you add your own fresh veggies) On sale 10/$10.00...Bought 2 Used 2 coupons ($0.50 off 2) from 5/18 Smartsource. Paid $0.50 each
Crest Healthy Radiance Whitening Kit...On sale for $7.99 (Reg. $10.99). Used $3.00 off 1 coupon from P&G 6/1, and Walgreens IVC $3.00 off 1. Paid $1.99
2 deals that I wanted were Out of Stock...so I got rainchecks for the Revlon files for FREE and the Huggies Baby Wash.
I did pick up the Listerine Smart Rinse $3.49...I had one coupon $1.00 off 1 so I paid $2.49. I did not get the Extra Bucks back since I had already met the limit of 4 prior to this trip. However I had a mail in rebate from a couple weeks back. So I will get that $3.49 back from the rebate.
I am also going back today to purchase 2 off the photo books that are on sale BOGO and then I will use 2 of the $3.00 off 1 coupons from this week's paper, making them $3.50 each. AWESOME DEAL...the books really are neat gifts...Grandparent gifts in the making ;-)
Got some great deals at Publix this week too...Can't wait for next week's list.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Great time to stock up, especially if you have one of those $15.00 off coupons...woohoo!
And don't miss the Fresh Blueberries on sale for 2/$4.00.
Target has some great 10/$10 deals...check them out in the weekly flyer online.
Friday, June 13, 2008
So grab your blankets and lawn chairs and come out to enjoy some FREE...yes, FREE family fun!!! See you at Evans Park!!!
Other upcoming dates are July 19th, Aug. 16th, Sept. 20th and Oct. 25th
In honor of Father's Day, I will be grilling a very low cost steak dinner. And so began the search for cheap steak!!!
Today at Target, I bought Top Sirloin steaks that were on sale for $4.99/lb. and then used a Target coupon that I printed from the web site for $1.00 off Sutton & Dodge steaks. So...I got a package of 3 small steaks (1.12 lb. package) for $4.59 after the coupon. (Marinate these and then grill...they make great steaks...or thin slice for fajitas, etc.)
Also...Publix has Boneless Ribeye steaks on sale for $6.99/lb. this week.
These are my favorite steaks...so I may go for these and just make sure I get a package of 2 steaks that around 8oz. each. Remember that you can always ask the butcher to cut you some in the size that you need. (sometimes I but 1 large/thick ribeye and then have them slice in half to make 2 steaks)
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY to all the Faithful & Frugal families!!!
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Here's Shelley's email...
Get inexpensive FAMILY memberships to the zoos and science centers:
Science centers (reciprocal with over 280 in US and Canada, including The Adventure Science Center in Nashville):
Family membership: $35
Zoos (reciprocal with over 150 in US, including the Nashville Zoo):
Household membership: $40
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Satin Care Shave Cream...original or avocado...$2.00 (price was not marked on shelf, but item rang correctly). I bought 4 and used 4 coupons ($0.55 off 1) from 6/1 P&G AND Used 4 Walgreens Instant Value Coupons ($1.00 off) from IVC book in store (coupon states 1 coupon per item). So I paid $0.45 each
Dawn Dish Liquid...$1.99 Used 1 coupon (sale price $1.00) from Walgreen's sale ad AND 1 coupon ($0.25 off 1) from 6/1 P&G makes it $0.75
Don't forget to pick up your new IVC books on your next trip too!
Chex Mix...$1.00 Use 1 coupon from http://www.coupons.com/ ($1.00 off 1, print limit 2) and it's FREE
Listerine Smart Rinse for kids...$3.49 Use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) not sure what week I got this coupon. Get $3.49 in Extra Bucks at register toward next purchase...so it's FREE plus you made $1.00
Covergirl Smoothers foundation...$7.99 BOGO w/card Buy 2 Use 2 coupons ($1.00 off 1) from 6/1 P&G makes them $3.00/each
Colgate Total toothpaste...$3.99 BOGO w/ card Buy 2 Use 2 coupons ($1.50 off 1) from 6/1 P&G makes them $0.50 each
Duracell Deal...Buy $20.00 worth of batteries and get $10.00 in Extra Bucks towards next purchase. I bought 5 of the 4 pack AA batteries @ $2.99 each and used 5 coupons ($0.75 off 1) can't remember if this was this week or last weeks paper? Also bought 1 power pic 4 pack $5.99 Used 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1).
Follow along...$21.00 in batteries - $4.75 in coupons = $16.25 got $10.00 back in ECB's...so really paid $6.25 for 6 packs of batteries.
I needed some copies of a few pics...so here's what I did.
Kodak picture maker...8x10 reprints $6.99 each BOGO w/card Bought 4 Used 4 coupons ($3.00 off 1) from 6/1 Smartsource made them $0.50 each
Be sure to check your receipt for a chance to enter the $2500.00 monthly drawing!!!
Oral B floss...$1.00 Use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from 6/1 P&G and it's FREE
Dial Liquid Hand Soap...$1.00 Use 1 coupon ($0.60 off 1) from 5/18 Smartsource and it's $0.40
Crest Pro-Health mouth rinse...$4.50 BUY 2 Use 2 coupons ($0.75 off 1) from 6/1 P&G, Also download to Plus card from P&G esaver (BOGO coupon) You will pay $1.50 each
Jello Puddings...$2.00 Use 1 coupon ($0.50 off 1) from 6/1 Smartsource and it's $1.00
Oral B Indicator toothbrushes...$1.00 Buy 3 Use 1 coupon (Buy 2 get 1 free) from 6/1 P&G they will be $0.67 each
Loreal Voluminous Mascara...$3.95 Use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from 6/1 Redplum makes it $2.95
Dove bagged chocolate...$2.50 Buy 4 Use 2 coupons ($1.50 off 1) from Kroger weekly ad, also print 2 coupons (BOGO) from www.coupons.com makes them $0.50 each
Crest Pro Health toothpaste...$2.00 Buy 2 Use 2 coupons ($0.75 off 1) from 6/1 P&G, also download to Plus card from P&G esaver (BOGO coupon) makes them $0.25 each
Viva reusable cloths...(with the paper towels) 6 pack...close out $0.67 each
I looked for the Success Boil in Bag rice...found it on close out but no peelie coupons as mentioned on the list.
Splurge buy for today...Cousin Willie's popcorn...yummo!!! $1.00/box for white cheddar!!! No coupons, but hey it's sooo good.
I did and coupon 1 minute later...gotta go, off to CVS!!!
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
I wanted to pass along these deals that Lori found at Target...Thanks Lori!!!
Here's her email...
Covergirl Lash Exact or Volume Exact Mascara:
Target's price: 5.99
Less Target Covergirl coupon from a few weeks ago (not sure which set of coupons) -$1.00 off
Less Manufacturer coupon (also from a few weeks back) -$1.00 off makes it $3.99
(not SUPER cheap, but still good. This is my favorite mascara and I usually pay around $5 for it at Wmart)
Venus Embrace razor and cartridges:
Target's price is $9.44 each, but if you buy TWO, you get a $10 Target giftcard.
There are two coupons from a few weeks ago one for $2.00 off one razor and one for $2.00 off cartridges.
So $18.88 less $4 in coupons, then $10 gift card after purchase, makes it $4.88.
Dove premium chocolates, 9.5 oz bags.
Target price: 2/$5
Use two $1.50 manufacturer coupons from about 3 weeks ago = $1 each.
Saturday, May 31, 2008
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Follow the link for a coupon
Friday, May 23, 2008
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
If you bought 2 or more papers you can buy as many items as you have coupons for!!! Questions, just ask me!!!
Kroger ~ last day to buy Sat. 5/24
Sauve Men's or Women's Body Wash...On sale for 2/$3.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($0.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.50 (reg. $1.89)
Barilla Piccolini Pasta...On sale 10/$10.00 BUY 2 use 1 coupon ($0.50 off 2) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $0.50 (reg. $1.35)
TN. Pride roll sausage, links, patties...Buy One Get One, On sale $3.69 Buy 2 use 2 coupons ($.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.85 each. (reg. $3.69 each)
Frank's Red Hot Sauce, 12oz...On sale $1.59 Buy 2 use 1 coupon ($0.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.59 each. (reg. $2.29 each)
Lea & Perrins Worchestshire Sauce...On sale $1.99 use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.99 (reg. $2.89)
Weber Grill Creations...On sale $1.99 Buy 1 use 1 coupon ($0.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.99. (reg. $3.49)
New York Texas Toast...On sale 2/$4.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($0.40 off 1) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $1.20 (reg. $3.25)
New York Brand Pizzeria Dip'n Sticks...On sale 2/$4.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($0.40 off 1) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $1.20 (reg. $3.29)
Sure Max Deodorant...On sale $4.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($2.50 off 1) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $1.50 (reg. $5.99)
General Mills Cereal (select varieties)...On sale 2/$4.00 BUY 3 use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 3) from paper. You will pay $1.67 each (reg. $3.99 each)
Hebrew National Beef Franks...On sale 2/$5.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($0.75 off 1) from paper. you will pay $1.75 (reg. $3.99)
Heinz 57 Sauce, 10oz...On sale $2.99 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $1.99 (reg. $3.85)
A1 Steak Sauce, 10oz...On sale $2.99 BUY 1 use 1 coupon($1.00 off 1) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $1.99 (reg. $4.49)
Wisk 2X Laundry Soap, 50oz...On sale $3.49 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($1.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $1.99 (reg. $4.49)
Pledge Furniture Wipes, 18 ct...On sale $2.99 BUY 2 use 1 coupon ($2.00 off 2) from 5/11 paper. You will pay $1.99 (reg. $3.99)
Bayer Aspirin with Heart Advantage, 30ct...On sale 2/$9.00 BUY 1 use 1 coupon ($2.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $2.00 (reg. $6.59)
Another great email to get is the Clean Home Journal from SC Johnson
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
If you bought 2 or more papers you can buy as many items as you have coupons for!!! Questions, just ask me!!!
Publix ~ last day to buy Tuesday 5/13
A1 Marinade Buy one Get one Free...use 2 coupons ($1.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.46 each. (reg. $2.99 each)
Sundown 400mg Folic Acid 250 ct...On sale for $2.99 use 1 coupon ($2.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.99 (reg. $3.99)
Advil pain medicine 40-50ct...On sale for $3.99 use 1 coupon ($1.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $2.99 (reg. $6.65)
Kroger ~ last day to buy Sat. 5/17
Pert Plus Shampoo...On sale for 2/$5.00 use 1 coupon ($2.00 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.50 (reg. $3.19)
Sure Solid Deodorant w/ natural extracts...On sale 2/$4.00 use 1 coupon ($1.50 off 1) from paper. You will pay $0.50 (reg. $2.55)
Glade Air Freshener Spray...On sale $1.19 Buy 2 use 1 coupon (BOGO) from paper. You will pay $0.60 each. (reg. $1.59)
Valley Fresh Canned Chicken 5oz...On sale 3/$5.00 Buy 1 use 1 coupon ($0.40 off, will be doubled) from paper. You will pay $0.87 each. (reg. $1.89)
Zyrtec Allergy Relief 5 ct...On sale $5.69 use 1 coupon ($4.00 off) from paper. You will pay $1.69 (reg. $6.49)
Post Cereals, select varieties...On sale 4/$10.00 Buy 4 (save $4.00 instantly with Kroger plus card) You will pay $1.50 per box. (reg. $2.95 each)
Today I found some great deals at Target...
Produce deals ~ fresh broccoli/cauliflower 2 for $3.00
Fresh flowers (roses, and mixed flowers in glass vase) 75% off NOW $5.00
Deli ~ sliced meat and cheese ranges in price $3.99-6.99 a pound (print the $1.00 off coupon from the Target web for each pound you buy)
50% off all green dot $1.00 bin items...making them $0.50 each.
Follow this link and print the coupon for 2 coney combos for only $5.00 (includes drink, tots, and chili cheese coney).
Thanks for attending our first meeting! I will be posting some awesome deals that I have come across this week...so be on the lookout!
Here's two deals that came to my inbox...mark your calendars!!!
Kroger Deal ~
Kroger is offering bonus gift cards...get 10% added to the card value.
Buy $300.00 get $330.00 value
Buy $600.00 get $660.00 value
Buy $1200.00 get $1320.00 value
If you can afford to "prepay" your groceries this is a great way to get more for your money!