Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Kroger Shopping Trip

I had a great Kroger run! I spent a whopping $1.57 for everything pictured! I stacked manufacturer paper coupons with ecoupons from Cellfire, Shortcuts and P&Gesaver. Here's the breakdown:

3 Packs Cottonelle = $.07
4 Green Giant Veggies = $.50
1 Lifestyle Oatmeal = free
2 Herbel Essences = free
2 Softsoap = $1.00
1 Pepperidge Farm Bread = profit of $.08
1 Febreze Noticeables = profit of $2.81
1 Dora Cereal = $2.49

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Progresso Soup

Here is a great coupon for $1.10 off 1 can of Progresso Soup. Once the 1st coupon has printed you can click your back button in your web browser (you will get a page cannot be refreshed, but keep clicking and then the printer icon will appear again) to print your 2nd coupon. Combine this with the ecoupon over at Shortcuts for $.50 off 2 cans at Kroger and you will get $2.70 off 2 cans if you purchase them at Kroger!

CELLFIRE is similar to Shortcuts, you add ecoupons on to your Kroger card (and possibly other grocery stores in other areas). The added bonus is if you have the application on your cell phone you can view a coupon code to show to a cashier to receive an instant discount at stores and restaurants. I recommend checking out their site and reading all about their service.

Both Cellfire and Shortcuts have duplicate coupons, such as $.50 off Cottonelle toilet paper at Kroger. So you can add both to your Kroger card and use a manufactuer coupon to get free or almost free toilet paper!

(For IPhone users, go to the App Store and you can download the Cellfire application for free - it is very user friendly!)

Monday, October 27, 2008 - 80% Off

I received this email from early this morning and was so excited to share - 80% off all of their certificates. This promo runs through Friday, the 31st. Last time they offered this I got $45 worth of gift certificates for $3.20!

Visit their website, add certificates to your basket and at checkout use discount code TREATS. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Walgreens Coupon

Click here for a $5 off $20 purchase at Walgreens, good Friday and Saturday.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

St. Ives Elements at Walgreens

Right now Walgreens has the St. Ives Elements line of facial cleaners on sale for $4.99 and each one (only 1 per transaction) produces a $5 Register Reward (good for your next purchase).

About a month ago there was a $2.50 off coupon in the Sunday paper and a couple of months ago there were Buy1Get1 coupons. If you don't have any of those you can go here and print a coupon for $2, making this deal a money maker! I personally like this line of facial cleaners, so it's a great deal for me!

This promotion ends Saturday, October 25th.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Omaha Steaks - updated

Some of you have had trouble with the link for Geico, here is the actual link:

When you go to that page, on the right side under 'new to geico' is an orange rectangle that says 'register and save with omaha steaks' click on that and fill out the form. You will receive an email with a code in it within a few hours.

I found this on SlickDeals and just did it myself:

FREE $25 gift card for signing up with GEICO Privileges. (It took a few hours for the code to get to my email.)

-Sign up for Geico Privileges by clicking HERE. It's free and does not require credit card information. You also do not have to be a Geico customer to sign up.

-You'll soon receive an email from Geico Privileges thanking you for signing up and giving you a $25 Omaha Steak Gift Card! They will give you the Gift Card code in this email which is usable only once.

-Click HERE to access Omaha Steak's website. You must click on this specific link in order to get your FREE cutlery set with cutting board.

-Select any item from their menu with a total of $12 or more (anything above $12 will be out of pocket). Shipping will be $13 and will be covered by your gift card code.

-Go to Checkout. You should see the FREE 6-piece Cutlery Set and Cutting Board showing up at this point. (Shipping will not be added yet.)

-You'll need to Pay via Paypal or Credit Card. (Don't worry, you're going to apply the Gift Card next.)

-Enter your Billing Information - Click on Continue Checkout

-Enter Shipping Information for "Myself" - Click on Continue Checkout

-Here's the Gift Card code Time! Enter the code given in the email (no pin is needed). Click APPLY. The total should change to reflect the gift card at this point.

-Finally, enter your credit card information to pay the remainder of the balance, if any.
Click on Place Order at bottom! You're done!

I just got 8 steak burgers for $1.98 shipped!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Great CVS Trip - free diapers!

I am so happy over my CVS trip tonight, I got 6 packages of Huggies diapers for ZERO dollars! Everything in this picture 'cost' me $4.85 in ExtraCare Bucks (I spent $64.71 in ecb's and earned $59.86 back in ecb's). What is even more fabulous is that I have mail in rebates for the men's hair color, for a total of $16.00. So in summary, I profited $11.15 (if you think of the extra care bucks as cash). I got paid to buy diapers! Woohoo!

Here's what I got:
6 packages of Huggies diapers
6 bottles of Apple Juice
3 Eucerin face cremes
4 2pk GUM toothbrushes
2 Touch of Gray men's haircolor
4 Pumpkin pails
4 Glowsticks

FYI - Kroger

*If you don't already have one, request a Kroger card. The advertised specials are only good if you use their card.
*Register your card at Shortcuts and P&G Esaver. At those 2 sites you can download ecoupons on to your Kroger card. What is so fabulous is that you can combine an ecoupon with a paper coupon, making some items free and even allowing overage!
*Kroger triples and doubles coupons - they will triple a coupon with a face value up to $.35 and double a coupon with a face value up to $.50.
*They will accept 4 like coupons per transaction, after that they only deduct the face value.

Quick Trips

I did a few quick shopping trips this past week. Below is what I purchased, I paid $1.42 for everything except the Robitussin. I paid $8.97 for the Robitussin and got back $30 to use on my next purchase. Summary: spent $10.31 received $30 in coupons for future use, total profit of $19.69!