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CVS haul! **money maker!!**

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I had a pretty good haul yesterday at CVS. I spent $7.95 OOP (after taxes, coupons, and ECB), AND got a $10 American Express card out of the deal! So, essentially, I made $2.05 by making these purchases! ūüôā

For the purposes of clarification, this is what I purchased: 2 packs Pampers, 3 boxes Puffs tissue, Pantene shampoo, Pantene conditioner, 1 trial pack CVS brand travel wipes. I had $7 in ECB from their in-store coupon generator, manufacture coupons to stack, and a few ECB from previous trips to utilize.  Because I had $30 worth of qualifying merchandise (precoupon & pretax total), I was able to score a $10 giftcard, as well.





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–Barbara¬†

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Stockpiling: The Benefits, Burden, and Blessings

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If you’ve¬†tuned¬†in to any episodes of TLC’s¬†Extreme Couponing, then you’ve seen the overwhelming stockpiles the shoppers have built! ¬†Certainly in comparison, theirs puts my meager stockpiles, if you could call it that, to shame!

Coupon Queen Laci stockpilingThank you, Coupon Queen Laci

The benefits¬†of couponing are maximized when one learns to stockpile, without a doubt. ¬†Buying items at their lowest sales price, and stocking up on said item, certainly saves money in the long run. ¬†It is an amazing way to ensure that you are not overpaying for items; nor that you’ll have to run out and pay too much for an item, simply because you didn’t have it in stock when it’s needed.

Obviously, non-perishable items are super-easy on which to stock up.  Creating a seemingly endless supply of toilet paper, toothpaste and toothbrushes, feminine hygiene products, cleaning materials, and Spam (because would you really know if meat in a can has gone bad?) is the way to go, and a great way to start a stockpile.  But with careful planning and attention to detail, you can expand your stockpile to edibles, including frozen foods and pantry items.

Over time, and with a bit of effort put forth, your stockpile can offer a sense of security. ¬†Living paycheck to paycheck can be tough; and in this economy, the uncertainty of one’s job security these days is rather stressful. ¬†But knowing that you can still feed and care for your family with the material you’ve accumulated in your stockpile offers a sense of security that cannot be shaken!

Tammilee's Tips stockpilingKudos, Tammilee’s Tips
on a  stock well-piled! 

The burden of stockpiling may be quite apparent: it requires time, effort, and -most importantly- space.  My meager stockpile consists only of items that can fit in their designated spaces: toothpaste, shampoo, razor blades, feminine hygiene products, etc. must be able to fit in my bathroom cabinets.  Pantry items must be able to fit in the pantry.  Laundry items must be able to fit in -you guessed it!- the laundry room.

Stockpiling becomes a burden and a bit of a¬†nuisance¬†when it takes over other areas of your home. ¬†Again, on¬†Extreme Couponing, I’ve seen TP stockpiled under a child’s bed, nightstands crammed full of items, garages converted to stockpile rooms, and so forth. ¬†To me, the insurance and security that comes from a stockpile can be undercut when it prevents you and your family from using and enjoying the space in your house in its intended fashion. ¬†Stockpiling should not CONSUME your home.

Further, I have witnessed a few frugal blogger friends display fits of anxiety when their stockpiles drop to levels they deem unacceptable. ¬†I’m sorry, but ten 12-packs of toilet paper seem to be pretty darn impressive for a family of four! ¬†You “only” have 20 bottles of laundry detergent left, and declare it a crisis? ¬†(Honey, go read about¬†how to stretch your laundry detergent!!) ¬†Stockpiling should offer a sense of security, not an added dimension of stress and anxiety to our already stressful lives!

In my humble opinion, if you become anxious because a group of items in your stockpile is running low, you need to re-prioritize.  Sales will always cycle back, and that item(s) in question can be replenished over time.

Finally, the burden continues with feeling compelled to buy multiple copies of the paper, just for the coupons.  If you have a large family, I can see the justification in this; however, for the typical family of -say- four, why on earth would you want to spend hours upon hours sorting, organizing, clipping, and storing coupons?  Are you really, truly saving that much?


Klippin Krazy stockpiling
Ingenious re-purposing,
Klippin Krazy!
We have a regular subscription to the¬†AJC, and my parents save their Sunday coupons for me. Lately, I’ve been investing in the purchase of a Sunday paper on Saturday, but that’s in my attempt to get the deals to you sooner. ¬†Furthermore, I’ve been extremely fortunate enough to get a slightly varied,¬†condensed¬†copy of the Smart Source coupons in the mail on Tuesdays. ¬†And when I see my dear sweet MIL, I end up with an additional set of coupons, usually at least two weeks’ worth. ¬†Therefore, I have more than enough sets of coupons each week, anywhere between two and five. ¬† This is more than enough for my family of three (soon to be four). ¬†I have a small network of friends with whom I can tap, should I see a good coupon that fits my family’s needs; and I’m happy to offer them ones for them in exchange.

I digress. ¬†I call in to question the benefits of BUYING multiple copies of the paper, just for the sake of having multiple coupons. ¬†I’m speaking mostly about paying money for ten or more copies — at what point do the coupons pay for themselves?? ¬†Additionally, many coupons are also available in¬†print form¬†these days; that’s FREE, as long as you have access to a printer. AND you can typically get TWO copies of each printable coupon. ¬†Why take on the¬†burden¬†of paying money, all with the chance (not guarantee) of saving more money than you’ve invested.


Freetail Therapy stockpiling
Thanks, Freetail Therapy!!

The blessings¬†of a well-fed stockpile can be counted in the securities it may provide, in knowing that, even if you find yourself without an income, or on a drastically reduced income, you can still provide for your family with little to no impact on your day-to-day living. ¬†(…and isn’t that the purpose behind stockpiling….?) ¬†All those hours of carefully planning shopping trips, matching coupons, and vigilantly watching sales cycles pay off.

But beyond your own life, charitable donations you can make with any extras you may have on hand within your stockpile are assuredly a blessing in itself.  Whether you share a few items with a neighbor in need, or sizable donations to a homeless shelter or other charity in need, you need not look further than your well-endowed stockpile.  Being able to share your fantastic savings with those in need ensures that others can help meet their basic needs, while you reep karmic the benefits of paying it forward.

All in all, I think we must each strike a balance between letting our stockpile(s) consume us and overtake our lives, with the pragmatic benefits of stretching your dollar while also being able to extend a helping hand to those in need.

***I share with you my thoughts and observations on stockpiling, but please heed this disclaimer:¬†I am¬†not¬†bashing nor ridiculing those who create big stockpiles. ¬†I have made some great blogger friends over the last few months, who have been gracious enough to share their stockpile pics with me (and thus, with you) and they’re pictured here — check them each out; they’re great ladies with great blogs.***

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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**Cheap Diapers, Vegetables, Goldfish Bread, AND Dove Chocolate** Target Sales, Gift Cards, and Matching Coupons – 11/20/11 through 11/26/11

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Every week, Target offers free gift cards (gc), just for purchasing select items. This week, there’s also a few non-giftcard freebies, too. ¬†Additionally, there are some great coupon match-ups in this week’s ad. ¬†Finally, make sure you check out all the coupons available in this week’s circular, most are only good through Wednesday — so act quickly!!

Huggies OR Pampers jumbo pack diapers – $8.99 each
$5 gc WYB any 3 jumbo packs!
1.50/1 Huggies Little Swimmers @Target (Product Package)
* $2/1 Pull-Ups Training Pants printable
* $2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers printable
* $6/4 Huggies Diapers (Future Savings) printable
* $1/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-on Diapers, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 10/30/11 R)
* $2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers (SavingStar.com)
* $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 12/17/11 (SS 11/20/11)
* $2/1 Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers, exp. 12/17/11 (SS 11/20/11)
* $1.50/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Mailer)
* $2/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Walmart 11/06/11)
* $1/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Peelie)
* $3/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)
* $2/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)
* $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)

* $2 off Pampers Bags or Box of Diapers or Pants, exp. 11/30/11 (P&G 10/30/11)
* $1.50/1 Pampers Diapers @Target, exp. 12/23/11 (RP 10/30/11 R)
* $1.50 off Pampers Diapers/Pants AND Wipes, exp. 12/31/11 (Mailer)

As low as $4.49 each after stacked coupons, PLUS a $5 gc!

Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables Р$5/5
* $1/3 Birds Eye Frozen Vegetables, exp. 12/31/11 (Target Happy Thanksgiving Booklet)
As low as $0.67 each after coupon!
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread – $2.49 each
* $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 11/27/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
* $0.60/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 11/27/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
* $1/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 12/31/11 (Labels for Education Booklet)
* $2/4 Pepperidge Farm Bread, Stuffing or Croutons, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)

As low as $0.49 each after coupon!

Dove Chocolate 7.94 oz bag Р$3.29 each
* $1.50/2 Dove Bagged Chocolate Candies Target printable
* $1/2 Mars Holiday Product: M&M’s Brand Chocolate Candies For The Holidays, Dove Chocolate Promises, Mixed Minis, Chocolates For The Holidays Variety Pack, Snickers, Twix, Milky Way or 3 Musketeers Minis, exp. 12/25/11 (RP 11/13/11)
* B1G1 Dove Chocolate Bar, exp. 10/31/12 (Tearpad)

As low as $0.90 each after stacked coupons!


Kraft Stove Top (12-oz) OR Heinz Home Style gravy (6 oz) Р$0.89 each
* $3/1 Butterball Whole Turkey Fresh or Frozen wyb any combo of (4) Heinz Homestyle Gravy, Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls or Stove Top Stuffing Mix, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/13/11)
As low as $4.49 each after stacked coupons!


French’s French fried onions¬†(6 oz)¬†– $2.79 each¬†
*¬†$0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onions, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/06/11)
* $0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onions, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)
*¬†$0.40/1 French’s French Fried Onions printable
*¬†$0.30/1 French’s French Fried Onions printable

As low as $1.99 each after coupons!


Del Monte canned vegetables – $0.49 each

As low as $0.37 each after coupons!
Campbell’s Condensed Soup¬†– $0.59 each
$2.50/9 Campbell’s Condensed Soup (Future Savings) printable
$0.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 1/15/12 (SS 11/06/11 R)
$1/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/09/11 R)
$0.30/4 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/09/11 R)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/02/11 R)
$0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/02/11 R)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$0.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$0.30/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Kids Soup, exp. 12/31/11 (Labels for Education Booklet)
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed “Great For Cooking” Soup printable
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soup printable


Kraft Cheese 7 to 8-oz blog OR shredded Р$2.29 each
* $0.75/2 Kraft Cheese Target printable
As low as $1.92 each after coupon!

Breyers Ice Cream 1.5 qt crtn Р$3.49 each
* $1.50/2 Breyers Products printable
As low as $2.74 each after coupon!

Marie Callender’s Frozen Pies¬†36 to 46 oz – $4.99 each
*¬†$1.50 off Marie Callender’s Frzn Pie AND Reddi Whip topping Target Printable
*¬†$1/1 Marie Callender’s Dessert Pie, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/13/11 R)
As low as $2.49 each after stacked coupons!

Aveeno Skin Brightening daily scrub 5 oz, OR Daily Moisturizing lotion 8 oz Р$6.49 each

$5 gc WYB 3 of these items!
* $3/2 Aveeno Active Naturals Product, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 10/30/11)
* $1/1 Aveeno Active Naturals Product, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 10/30/11)
As low as $4.99 each after coupons, PLUS $5 gc!

Tresemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo 5.7 oz Р$4.49 each
$5 gc WYB any three products!

Up&Up wipes 240-ct OR 264 ct Р$4.99 each
* $1/1 Up & Up Product Target printable
As low as $3.99 after coupons!

Hoover Windtunnel Pet Rewind – $159
$20 gc WYB this item!
* $30 MIR Hoover Carpet and Floor Care Cleaner (RP 11/06/11)
As low as $109 after stacked coupons!

Eureka Airspeed Zuum – $99
$10 gc WYB this vacuum!

Shark Navigator Lift-Away – $179
$20 gc WYB this item!


Shark Professional Steam pocket mop – $129
$20 gc WYB this item!


Oreck XL Signature Plus II – $299
$50 gc WYB this item!


Brita Water Filtration pitcher, replacement filters (4pk), OR personal bottle system (2-pk) – $17.99 each
* $1/1 Brita Filter printable
* $5/1 Brita Water Filtration System printable
* $2/1 Brita Water Filters printable
* $2/1 Brita Filter Product printable
* $2/1 Brita Bottle printable
* $2/1 Brita Bottle (Recyclebank)
* $4/1 Brita Pitcher or Faucet Mount System, exp. 12/31/11 (ALL YOU Oct ’11)

As low as $12.99.49 each after coupons!


Merona Men’s flannel sleep pants OR 3-pk flannel boxers – $10
Merona Flannel Shirt – $14

* $3/1 Merona Apparel Target Mobile
*¬†20% off Men’s Merona Apparel Item Target printable
* $3/1 Merona Clothing Target printable

As low as $7 each after coupon!


Taylor Swift live deluxe edition CD+DVD – $22.99
$5 gc WYB this item!


T-Mobile Samsung Dart – $149.99
$50 gc WYB this item!


HP PhotoSmart Plus e-All-in-One printer – $79.99
* $30/1 HP PhotoSmart Plus eAll-in-One Printer Target printable
As low as $49.99 after coupon!  (Also available online!!)


Apple iPod Classic 160GB Р$245 
$25 gc WYB this item!


Nook Color e-Reader tablet – $199
$30 gc WYB thi item!


Wii bundle – $149.99
FREE Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword ($49.99 value) WYB this bundle


Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy – $19.99
* 20% off Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Toy Target printable
* $5/1 Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Dance & Play Puppy printable 
As low as $10.99 after stacked coupons!



Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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Turkey Oil-Free Electric Fryer/Roaster on Sale at Target – $129.99

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Looking for something fabulously Thanksgiving, that will not only impress your guests, but help keep their arteries a little cleaner?¬† Look no further: it’s the Butterball Oil-Free Electric Turkey Roaster/Fryer, available at Target for only $129.99!¬† As with all online orders over $50, shipping is free!¬†

It’s gotten rave reviews thus far, and it could arrive *just* in time for Thanksgiving.¬† …and if not, perhaps as an early Christmas present. ¬†
Go here to check out this hot deal while it lasts!  

Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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7 Thrifty Christmas Craft Ideas – FREE eBook Offer

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AllFreeChristmasCrafts - 7 Thrifty Christmas Craft Ideas

AllFreeChristmasCrafts – 7 Thrifty Christmas Craft Ideas

I don’t know about y’all, but my lack of creativity lately has been quite depressing.¬† That’s why I’m always up for suggestions, especially if they’re free!¬†¬†
Check out this free eBook 7 Easy Christmas Crafts, featuring 21 pages of family-friendly Christmas craft ideas, easy-to-follow tutorials and color photos.

Click here to download your copy today!

Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara¬†
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Mommy Talk Surveys – Earn $5 Just for Registering!

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Mommy Talk Surveys Mommy Talk Surveys


I’ve mentioned quite a few survey companies to y’all in the past.¬† (You can refresh your memory here and here, if you wish.)¬†¬†
Here’s a new one, just for mommies.¬† You can earn cash rewards for sharing your opinion about baby products and services. It’s free to join, AND you’ll get $5.00 cash in your account, just for registering today!¬†

I just registered in a matter of minutes, and quickly received a confirmation email, which allowed me to claim my $5 for registration.  There are tons of survey opportunities available, and -because MommyTalk seems to understand what a precious commodity time is for us- they show you approximate times for each survey, and -of course!- how much each pays.  (FYI: I see nothing under a dollar!!)


Click here to register.  
Keep on saving!  :o)
–Barbara¬†

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Read your SALES ADS carefully!

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Take a moment and look at this snippet from this week’s Walgreen’s ad. ¬†What do you notice?

Hopefully, you see that the “coupon” price of a single roll of tape is NOT cheaper than the 3-roll pack, featured right above! ¬†In this instance, it’s cheaper to pay twice as much because you get three times the product! ¬†You’d pay $2.97 for 3 individual rolls with the couponed price, but only $1.99 for 3 rolls with the sale price.

Even utilizing currently available coupons, (namely $1/3 rolls, exp 11/18/11 SS), you’re still better off with the 3-pack. ¬†It’s the difference between paying $1 for three after coupons, or $2 for 3 after coupons.

Check out these two excerpts from this week’s Kroger ads for Hillshire Farms deli meat:


The above features the 8-9 oz packages, on sale for $2.99 each, and a participating item in Kroger’s frequent $5 off 10 items promo. ¬†But below is the 16 oz package for less than twice the price:¬†


Even with the current promo, the larger size meat is still cheaper than the smaller tubs, more prominently featured as a sales item. ¬†For two 8-9 oz tubs, you’d pay $5.98, verses $4.99 for one 16 oz package. ¬†

Granted, I understand that for some, buying the smaller tub may make sense, perhaps because you don’t eat the meat fast enough before it goes bad. (But, my goodness! ¬†This stuff does keep for a while!!) ¬†Or perhaps your meat of choice is only available in the smaller size? ¬†In any case, it always PAYS to look!

Just a cautionary point I wanted to pass on to you all this weekend, as a reminder to ALWAYS check the unit price of items you are purchasing, and learn to look beyond the shiny, bright newness of items on “sale”!!





Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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What Coupons Will Be in YOUR Sunday Paper?

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A few weeks ago, I shared with you a hot tip for using your Sunday Coupon Preview. ¬†Additionally, don’t forget to check out which coupons will be in the paper this Sunday. ¬†(–or Saturday, if you’re lucky enough to get the Sunday paper on Saturday.) ¬†:o)


Here’s a sneak peek at what’s available, but head on over to the Sunday Coupon Preview for a FULL list!

  • Colgate Save $1/1 Total Advanced toothpaste 4oz+ (12/3)
  • Kotex Save $1/1 28ct+ pads or 80ct+ liners TARGET coupon (1/13/12)
  • Crest Save $7/1 3D White Professional Effects or 2 Hour Express Whitestrips (12/31)
  • DiGiorno Save $1/1 rising crust pizza (12/13)
  • L‚ÄôOreal Save $2/1 Paris face product (1/8/12)

Wanna see more, you gotta head on over there!  :o)


Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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100 FREE Business Cards (just pay s/h) – InkGarden

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InkGarden Р100 Free Business Cards
  
I certainly love sharing a good freebie offer, and -well- if you’re starting your own business, want some “mommy cards”, or just have any practical use for printing or own cards, this is a great deal, provided by InkGarden! ¬†

Choose from 100 Free Business Cards plus shipping/handling, which should be less than $5.

Use code 100FREE for front and for back for 1-sided cards, OR
Use code 100FREE2 for 100 Free double sided business cards. 
Click  here order your FREE business cards today!!

    Keep on saving!  :o)

    –Barbara
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    Win a $500 Shopping Spree!! Halloween Photo Contest

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    Halloween Photo Contest РEnds Nov. 15th 

    …because you KNOW your kid looked cute this Halloween! Wanna get more than just your kids’ candy this Halloween? ¬†Reward yourself and your family with the CuteKid Halloween contest, and you could win a $500 shopping spree from Totsy. ¬†Plus, four random winners will each receive $50 in Totsy prizes! ¬†

    Just enter those adorable Halloween photos from now through Nov. 15, 2011. Share those Halloween moments with the CuteKid community for free!¬†Send your friends and family the link you’ll receive in an email once your photo is entered into the contest so they can vote for your cutie. The photo that receives the most votes wins a $500 Shopping Spree from Totsy, and 4 additional random photos will win great prizes.¬†Good Luck!


    Keep on saving!  :o)

    –Barbara
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    --Barbara

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