If you are new to shopping at Rite Aid, read my tips here.
This week’s Rite Aid deals are courtesy of I Heart Rite Aid. If you have SCR from February, you need to request your rebate (if you haven’t done so already). 🙂
There is a Swagcode in the toolbar. It is good until 9:15 p.m. EST.
Kroger sent me a mailer that arrived in today’s mail that lists all the items in their upcoming cart buster event. They also included a $1.00 off coupon when I buy 3 or more of these items! The products listed in the mailer are:
Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
Betty Crocker Frosting, Warm Delights, Muffin, Cake, Brownies or Cookie mixes
Fiber One bars
Nature Valley granola
General Mills cereal
Betty Crocker Meals and Kits, Potatoes
Old El Paso
Pillsbury Biscuits and Rolls Frozen and Refrigerated
I can’t wait to see their sales flyer in tomorrow’s newspaper. It sounds like it is going to be a great time to stock up on some items.
Eddie Bauer is having a huge sale today. Everything is 30% off – available online, by phone, or in the store. Use the coupon code EB90TH at checkout for online purchases. Shop through eBates for an additional 3% back (plus an additional $5.00 if this is your first order through eBates) or ShopAtHome for an additional 4% back (plus $5.00 if this is your first order through ShopAtHome). There are numerous items on sale and clearance as well.
If you are new to shopping at CVS, read my tips here.
This week’s CVS deals are courtesy of Coupon Katrina. Visit her site for more deal ideas. Here is the deal I plan on working. Come back on Monday to see how I did! I am starting with $16.00 in ECB.
These transactions do not include tax.
* Don’t forget to take your own bag with your green tag attached.
Rite Aid has released a new coupon – $3.00 off $15.00 purchase. I can’t even imagine the deals that we will be able to get when combined with this coupon. Go here to print the coupon.
Here is what came in the mail this week:
Since last Saturday I have earned 1,423 SwagBucks. Doesn’t that look like a big number? Swagbucks changed the value of their bucks and everything was multipleid by 10. So, in the old system, I earned 142.3 swagbucks last week. I was able to get 3 $5.00 gift cards for Amazon.com.
Have you heard of Swagbucks? It is an Internet Search Engine that pays you for searching through their site. I have eared $100 in Amazon.com gift cards and $10 in paypal deposits since joining in August. There are numerous prizes to choose from – even paypal deposits! If you have ever thought about joining Swagbucks, now is the time. You can sign up by clicking on the link on the top left of this page or by clicking on the logo below. I also have a special code for you. When you use this code at sign up you will receive 60 bonus Swagbucks! The code is case sensitive. The code is: COUPONINGCODE
This code is good until 9 a.m. EST on Thursday, March 4th.
Graphing calculators have really become an invaluable tool in the classroom. However, they are so expensive to purchase – over $100. In addition, how many times have your children come home from school and they have forgotten their calculator? Well, I have found a solution for you. Go here to use a free online graphing calculator. It is not as “nice” as the real thing, but it certainly will do the required mathematical operations.
Check Twitter for a swagcode. Hurry – it expires at 9 p.m. EST.
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