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I have been couponing for 3 years. In June 2010, I started stockpiling Household items. I love to save money for my own family and I love to share what I find with others. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Danielle

Friday, May 20, 2011

Take a look at what we've scored!

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Here you see a picture of Tylenol Precise! This item normally retail's for $7.99 each, BUT it was recently on sale for $5.00 each at Rite-Aid. On top of that sale there were coupons in the Sunday paper for $5.00 off of one Precise item, with no limits. After finding that all of our local Rite-Aid stores were out of the product, it was presented to SEVERAL Wal-Mart stores as a price match. With the price match and the coupons to boot, that made this item completely free! All that was paid was tax!! The original retail price would have been $719.10!!! The out of pocket cost was a total of $73.47, which included the cost of the coupons (bought from a clipping service), and the tax!! That's a heck of a savings!!

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Pictured are 24 one pound bags of turkey lunch meat by Oscar Mayer. They were recently on sale at Winn Dixie BOGO for $3.99. That made each of the bags priced at only $1.99 each!! That put the total at $47.76 which is a great price to start with, but there were coupons used on top of that! The coupons were buy 2 packs of Oscar Mayer lunch meat and get $1.00 off. Since it was every two bags there were 12 coupon's used, which then took the total down to $35.76!!!!! WOW! Remember that most item's can be frozen!


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The Nivea body wash's are all priced at $3.00 on sale at Target, and were paired with newspaper coupons for $3.00 off to make them free! The Visine eye drops were paired with $2.00 off coupons, as well as $2.00 off Tide stain release to make the total $8.13 after coupons!!!!


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Pictured above are 27 bottles of Ajax dish washing liquids that were found on sale at Kroger for $.99 each. A $.50 coupon was used for the purchase, and all were doubled making all bottles absolutely free!!

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