Thursday, October 30, 2008

Motherload @ Target!

Here's the best deal I've gotten in a long time:

First, before you even read on (you'll be frustrated if you do), go over to Kroger and go down the candy isle. There is a $1/1 Starbucks candy bar coupon on a tear pad. Take as many as you can. I probably have over 50! Next, go over to the candle isle and pull yourself off at least 4 $2/1 Glade candle coupons. Now, get yourself over to Target!

On some obscure isle at the end where they usually put there clearance merchandise ( mine was near the pharmacy, go figure?) I found Starbucks dark chocolate candy bars marked down to .64 - amazing! I cleaned them out; taking 25 candy bars with me.

25 Starbucks candy bars @ .64 each = $16
use 25 $1/1 coupons
Total: $9 overage

Now, $9 overage is definitely enough to buy yourself a cute shirt, which is what I did to reward myself for finding such a good deal. gets better.

Before you do this deal got to and print off 2 BOGO coupons for Glade oil candle holders. Then print off 2 BOGO coupons for Glade plugins. Target is running a deal where you buy 4 Holiday Glade products and get a $5 gift card (some stores say you have to buy an inStyle magazine, but it is ringing up without having to buy it).

4 Glade oil candle holders @ 2.50 each
use 2 BOGO coupons
use 2 $2/1 coupons (from Kroger)
Total: $1.38 and you get a $5 gift card
***Note: I just noticed today that you could print off two BOGO coupons here as well as the Glade site itself, meaning you could do this deal twice with the oil candles.***
You can do this with the plug ins, too (my Target was out of almost everything)
Now you've got $9 overage from the candy and a $5 gift card - that $14 to spend at Target- I got an adorable sweatshirt, what did you get?

By the way - I am planning on using these candy bars as a party favor. :) I'm not going to eat 25 Bars of chocolate, although I wouldn't put it past myself.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Yummy Free Sample


30 Days of Thanks...

For the next thirty days I am going to highlight something for which I am thankful. Too many days go by where I forget to even acknowledge that which I am so blessed to have. I rarely live in the reality that 99% of the world lives on less than what I have. I spend too much time focusing on that material things in life, which will all pass, and not enought on those things that God says are eternal.


"Life isn't about learning to weather the storms; it's about learning to dance in the rain."

Today I am thankful for:

The storms in my life

Looking back over the difficult seasons in my life brings me joy. Why? Because I know God ordained them to make me more like Him. I am thankful that I've not only weathered them, but I've learned from them, and become better person. With each trail I go through, I am becoming a person who reflects God's image a little more clearly. No, life is not about getting through the storm. It is learning to dance when it pours.

Monday, October 27, 2008

You know the's some tips for the CVS run

I'm not going to bore you with the deals you already know. There aren't that many this week so it seems silly to post about the same ones everyone esle already has posted. However, I did learn a couple of things this week.

#1: Make sure you use those ECB's on things you actually need, too. That's why we do this whole thing - to save money on the things we need. If you've got some ECB's stocked up than use them for things like, tampons, milk, wipes, diapers - that's what they are there for! Combine with a coupon and you are not "wasting" those ECB's you are using them for a good purpose.

#2: Scan your card on the scanner as many times as it will let you! I scanned mine 3 times in one visit! The first time I got a $5/30 and a $5/25, the second I got a $5/25, and the third I got $1/2 Gold emblem candy and $1/1 CVS vitamin (which you could use on the Vitamin ECB this month).

Hope that was helpful!

Starbucks Chocolate for Eight Cents!

I noticed that my Kroger had coupons you could pull off a pad in the candy isle. They were $1/1 Starbucks chocolate coupons. I pulled off four. Today at Target they had their Starbucks candy bars marked down to $1.08 each. I have heard of several other grocery stores that have these coupons. So, stock up! These candy bars made great add-ons for gifts or stocking stuffers!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

30 Days of Thanks....

For the next thirty days I am going to highlight something for which I am thankful. Too many days go by where I forget to even acknowledge that which I am so blessed to have. I rarely live in the reality that 99% of the world lives on less than what I have. I spend too much time focusing on that material things in life, which will all pass, and not enought on those things that God says are eternal. Today I am thankful for:

My Church

I am thankful that I have the privilege to freely attend church and freely praise God. I am thankful that not once has anyone ever tried to stop me from going, and not once have I felt fear before leaving for church. The idea that so many others in different parts of the world live this way is not as real as it should be to me.

I am thankful that the church I attend truly loves one another. I feel so blessed by the people I get to worship next to each Sunday. I am thankful that I am taught from God word whether it's difficult to hear sometimes or not. I am so thankful that I can trust the leaders God has put in place at my church.

I am thankful that this institution of the Church has withstood 2000 years. I am thankful that the church, the body of Christ, is such a clear demonstration of the Divine nature of God. Nothing else has survived like the Church, and it is only because she is protected by God that she does continue on (Lord knows we would have destroyed a million times by now).

I am thankful that I have a place to go each Sunday not only to see God, but see him in others, too. If you've been missing this incredible blessing in your life, maybe it's time to start partaking again.

Shameless Plug for ThirtyOne

Okay - I admit it - this is a shameless plug for the awesome company that I sell beautiful products for. I honestly started selling for ThirtyOne because I love the merchandise. The embroidery is goregous and so unique. I love the unique bags, cute purses, and everything else they have to offer - especially the ruffled aprons. :) I am having an October Online Party. Come take a look. I promise you won't find stuff like this anywhere else. Christmas is just around the corner and it's never too early to start shopping. Have fun and if you're interested in selling for this faith based company (yes, the name is from Proverbs 31) than let me know. Go shop!

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Free stuff @ Old Navy!

Today Old Navy is having a great event! Each (adult) customer will receive a peel-off coupon when you enter the door. From what I hear, some of them are high value ($100). Mine was for $5, but they had tons of stuff marked down to less than $2. I got each of my kids a pair of socks ($1.99 and $1.49) and I got an adorable skirt for next summer ($1.99). Including tax I spend a whole $.50! Get over there and maybe you'll be a lucky $100 winner! I am going back when my husband gets home. We are fortunate to only live about 2 minutes from an Old Navy.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Kroger keeps them coming!

I went to Kroger yesterday and realized right away that a ton of stuff was being marked down because of the "sell by" dates. Hopefully you will find some of these deals, but if not, here's a tip: keep a mental note on some of the "sell by" dates on produce packages, deli items, and meats. Come back early on that day and I'm sure that you'll find some of these good deals! Here's what I snagged:

Make sure you load your coupons at P&G eSaver, Shortcuts, and Cellfire. You can combine manufacturer coupons with these coupons. They will automatically be deducted from your total at checkout. Keep in mind, the ecoupons DO NOT DOUBLE.

Tyson heat and eat meat: Original price: $5.00 Sale: $2.49
Use recent coupon: $.55/1
Total: $1.94

John Soules Food Fajita chicken strips: Original price: $4.99 Sale: $2.49
Use peelie on package: $1/2
Total: $1.99 each
Kroger deli pizza: Orignal price: $7.99 Sale: $3.99
use cellfire $1.50/1 coupon
Total: $2.49 (gives at least 8 slices)

Dole Distinctively Dole Salads: Original price: $3.99 Sale: $1.99
Use recent coupon: $.55/1
Total: $1.44 (these are fabulous, by the way!)

Fresh Express Salad: original price: $2.99
Use recent coupon: $1/1
Total: $.29

Laura's Lean Ground beef patties: $1.99
Use $1/1 printable here (it can be printed twice)
Total: $.99

Nestle Nesquick: $1.00
use recent coupon: $.50
Total: Free

Green Giant Frozen vegetables: $1.00 (buy 4)
shortcuts ecoupon: $.50/1
shortcuts ecoupon: .50/2
use printable .60/2 here (you can print two)
Total: Free with overage!

Nestle fun size candy bars bag: $2.00
Use $1/1 printable here (you can print this twice)
Total: $1.00

Cottonelle Toilet paper 4pk.: .99
use cellfire ecoupon: .50/1
use shorcuts ecoupon: .50/1
use .50/1 printable here (this can only be printed once a month0
Total: Free with $1.00 overage
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish: $1.00
use .50/1 cellfire coupon
Total: .50
Betty Crocker frosting: $1.50
use shortcuts ecoupon .55/1
use recent coupon: .50/1
Total: Free plus overage
Active Living oatmeal: $2.08
use free cellfire coupon
Total: Free
H2o Naturally Free water (buy 2)
use cellfire free coupon
use recent BOGO coupon
Total: 2 Free

There may be other deals at your store, but my Kroger didn't have all the $10/10 items that others said they found.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Chocolate is a little piece of heaven....

Haydee Chocolatier is giving away 8 chocolate truffles as a free sample here. I assume they are only giving away so many so grab some quick. If you're like me you have a secret stash that no one in your family knows about. These are perfect for that - NEVER waste expensive chocolate on men or kids!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Free Burgers from Omaha Steaks! Best Deal EVER!

As of this morning this deal is no longer available for orders under $50. I hope some of you were able to snag some free burgers. Sorry for those of you that were a little late! Maybe there will be a next time.

Okay - you really have to try this. Don't give up. It seems tedious, but it really doesn't take that long and it is so worth it. Here's the deal:

1. Go to this link here and register in the top right hand corner. This is a Geico website, but you are not signing up with them or switching insurance. You are just obtaining a user name with their website. After you've registered they will send you an email with a gift card code (this took about 6 hours for me, but others have gotten it in an hour - be patient).

2. Go to this link here and type in your email address. You should receive an email back from Omaha Steaks rather quickly.

3. After you receive your gift card code from Geico go back to your email from Omaha Steaks and clink the link to start shopping. Continue to click start shopping.

4. Look on the left side bar and click on the link for burgers. Scroll down and select 8 5oz. burgers for $12.99 (its about half way down). Continue on to checkout.

5. Fill in all your address and credit card information. In the gift card section type in the code that you received in the Geico email. And then click apply. The total should now be $1.98 (for shipping) and you will be receiving 20 amazing burgers! That's .36 cents a pound!

Thanks Catherine for showing me this deal!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Speaking Lizzy's Language...

I thought I would highlight a very thoughtful, and unique blog today:

"Shake the Salt" is a savvy blog written to help women find good deals, get reviews on products, and learn more about being a good mom. The appearance of "Shake the Salt" is feminine, fun, and easy to maneuver. This site definitely speaks "Lizzy's Language."

If you'd like your blog highlighted on my site just shoot me an email or leave a comment!

Sunday, October 19, 2008

CVS - Diapers! Wipes! Pull-ups!

Today was a practical run at CVS. I used a bunch of ECB's but got some things we really needed, which actually is the point of using the ECB method - up until now I've been getting lots of cool, free, and not very practical things. :) So, next week will be focusing on building my ECB's back up.

Sun. & Mon. only
Transaction #1

Pumpkin pail: .99
ECB's earned: .99
Total: Free

Fun flashlight: .99
ECB's earned: .99
Total: Free

Brach's candy corn: $1.29
ECB's earned: $1.29
Total: Free

Weekly deals

GUM toothbrushes: $3.99

use recent insert .75/1 coupon

Total: Free plus .75 overage

***NOTE: "GUM Plus Series, Technique +" "Soft Full" with the number "590" on the front (upc 7094212391) is reported as ringing up $1.25 w/ $3.99 ecb back!***

Touch of Grey hair color: $7.99
use $2/1 printable here
ECB's earned: $7.99
Total: Free plus $2 overage
Get the $8 mail in rebate here

Powerade: $1.69
ECB's earned: $1.69
Total: Free

Excedrin Express gels 20ct: $1.99
use $2/1 printable here
use $3/1 CRT
Total: Free, plus $3 overage!

Colgate Maxfresh toothpaste: $2.99
use $1.50/1 All You magazine
or use $1.50/1 printable here
ECB's earned: $2
Total: Free plus $.50 overage

Revlon nailpolish: $4.19
use $2/1 recent insert
use $1/1 CRT
Total: $1.19 (needed filler to use $5/25 coupon)

Transaction #2

Huggies diapers: $9.99
use $1/1 recent insert

Huggies Pullups: $9.99
use $2/1 recetn insert

Huggies wipes wipes: $2.79 each
use .50/1 recent coupon
(**note the large bags of huggies wipes and Playskool wipes are not included in this deal! I made that mistake. You won't make your ECB's if you try to use them - get 2 smaller packages for this deal)

ECB's earned: $10
use $5/20 coupon
Total: approx. less than $3 each (great deal!)
What deals did you find this week?

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Free - Nothing better (okay, there's stuff better, but free is really good!)

Enfamil - free baby samples - free baby samples, too

Remedy Life - free health samples

Nature Made vitamins - free 2 week sample in a little cute bottle & other health samples

Recipes- free healthy recipes

Neutrogena and Dove - free facial cleansing cloths (love these!)

Home Depot - free women's clinic

Betty Crocker - free potatoes

Betty Crocker - Dinner Made Easy newsletter (great dinner ideas!) plus lots of coupons

Ideal Bite- cute Eco friendly ideas
Folgers - free coffee sample
Garnier Nutritioniste- free ultra lift sample
Barnes & Noble - free Starbucks cappucino

Featured on BeCentsible!

The team at BeCentsible asked me to write an article about how my family saves money and journey it took to get there. Click here to take a look!

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Don't Touch a Fireman!

My son had fire safety at his preschool today. I asked him what he learned and he said, "Don't ever touch a fireman because they are really hot."

Cashing in @ Kroger!

Kroger has some deals to be had this week:

Kellogg's Fruit Loops (damaged) $1.29
use $1/1 coupon
Total: $0.29

Cottonelle 4 pack TP $.99
use shortcuts coupon here $.50/1
use Internet printable here $.50/1 (will double)
Total: Free with $.050 overage!

Huggies diapers $9.99
use $1/1 shortcuts coupon here
use $1/1 recent insert coupon
Total: $7.99

Hartland pasta $1.25
newspaper coupon for FREE pasta
Total: FREE!

Yoplait yogurt $0.64 each x 8
use 2 $1/4 Internet coupon (see my earlier post)
use 2 $0.40/6 (will double)
Total: $1.32 for all eight!

Pillsbury crescent rolls $2.28
use $.50/1 from shortcuts
use $.35/1 from recent insert (will double)
Total: $1.08

Progresso soup $1.67 x 2
use $0.50/2 shortcuts coupon
use $0.50/2 recent insert coupon (will double)
Total: $2.74 for both

Mucho Savings @ Meijer!

Great deals this week. I really needed to be able to stock up on some meat!

Jello boxes $0.64 x 8 (Check out some recipes with these - great for the holidays!)
use $1.50/2 from mealbox
Total: Free plus overage!

Taco bell Taco shells 12ct. $1.30 x 2
use 2 $1.50/1 from mealbox
Total: Free plus overage!
Taco bell salsa $1.85 x 2
use 2 $1.50/1 from mealbox
Total: $0.35 each
Orville Redenbacher Nautral popcorn $1.59
use recent insert coupon $1/1
Total: $0.59

Bertolli Alfredo sauce $2.32
use recent insert coupon $0.60/1
Total: $1.72

Danactive yogurt $2.00
use recent insert coupon $0.50/1 (will double)
use brochure store coupon @ pharmacy counter $1/1
Total: FREE!

Tyson frozen boneless chicken breast bag $4.99 x3
Tyson frozen breaded honey chicken tenders $4.50 x1
use recent insert for $1/1 tyson chicken bag
use 2 $1.50/2 mealbox coupons
Total: $4.25 for the bag of chicken breasts, and $3.75 for the bag of tenders

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Deals to Meals

Deal: Jello - FREE @ Meijer!

Meal: My grandmother's pretzel jello

This dish is something my grandmother would make all the time for her grandchildren. There isn't a holiday meal for our family that you didn't see this dish somewhere on the table. I'm really not a "jello" kind of girl but something about the sweet and salty combination is just delicious!

2 cups crushed pretzels
3/4 cup melted butter
3 Tbs. sugar
1 (60z.) strawberry jello - 2 cups boiling water
20 oz. unsweetened frozen strawberries
1 (8oz.) cream cheese
1 (80z.) cool whip
1 cup sugar

Mix crushed pretzels, butter, and sugar together and press into a 9x13 dish. Bake at 400 degrees for 8 minutes and let cool.

Combine cream cheese, cool whip, and sugar. Spread on cool crust. Mix jello with water then add frozen strawberries. Stir until berries soften and jello starts to thicken. Gently pour and spread mixture on top of cream cheese layer. Refrigerate until set.

What is in a Name?

I told my son to get in the car because we were going grocery shopping. He asked me if "the 5 brothers" could come, too. We only have a son and daughter, so I asked him who the five brothers were? He proceeded to introduce me to "the brothers". He said, "Mom, this is Ben, Micheal, Jack, Blooded-half, and me. We are the five brothers." You can imagine my horror when he named the fourth brother. I said, "Honey, I don't think I like the name Blooded-half." My son said, with his hands out to his side and his head shaking from side-to-side, "Mom, that's his name, you can't change a name." Ever since then, "Blooded-half" has been a part of our family. I often forget how horrible that name is until he introduces him to our pediatrician, or the cashier at the grocery store, or some unsuspecting parent. What is in a name, anyway?

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Cheap Yoplait yogurt!

I received this coupon today for $1/4 Yoplait yogurt coupons. Since yogurt is a staple in my kids diet, I am always looking to cut costs on this item. I often see this brand go on sale, so paired up with a coupon you could potentially get a really good deal.

Monday, October 13, 2008

CVS - Moneymaker (even with a pretty terrible week)

This really wasn't the greatest of CVS weeks. If you're new to this, don't judge CVS by this week. However, I was able to pull off making $2 and just over $1 out of pocket. Here's my scenrio:

Nature's Bounty Vitamins BOGO (buy 2) $4.49 & $4.99
use 2 $2/1 printable here
ECBs earned: $2
Total: FREE, plus $1.01

CVS Vitamin D $2.99
ECB's earned: $2.99
Total: FREE

Dove conditioner $5.99
Dove tanning lotion $5.99
use $1.50/1 hair product
use $1.50/1 lotion
use CVS $3/1 lotion (printed off my last receipt)
ECBs earned: $3 (buy $10 of Dove products)
Total: $1

I used a $5/25 that printed from the CVS scanner and use $5 in ECB's my OOP was $1.39 and I gained $8 in ECBs making my total profit $3 (thank you CVS for paying me to walk into your store buy great products for free!)

Great deals this week!

Today at Target I got Green Giant carrots for $0.29 a bag with this coupon here.

Kroger is printing $3 off your next order when you purchase a Johnson's baby product. Buy three Johnson's buddies soaps for $0.99 and get them for free with the $3/1 coupon, plus make $3 while your at it!

Kroger also has Sundown vitamins on sale for BOGO. The Red Plum published $2/1 Kroger coupons this week for the vitamins and there is a $1/1 from a previous insert. Use two of each coupons and get both for free. This deal includes children's vitamins. My son was ecstatic to receive his favorite Spider man gummy "candy".

Also, check out cheapsk8tmom for some great deals at Meijer this week!

Intentional Motherhood

I attended a women's conference in Chicago this past weekend and during this time I went to a session on intentional motherhood by Holly Elliff. It was really thought provoking and convicting all at the same time. She ended her session with "10 tips for raising Godly kids". I thought I would share them with you all as well. They are all things I know, but it was good to have a reminder. I hope they help you like they did me.

1. Pattern right responses. Children will react to situations the way that they see their parents respond. If you want polite, respectful, happy children - model this by the way you respond to your trials and stressful situations.

2. Seize teachable moments. Rather than just punishing your child, teach them about why they could have made a better choice.

3. Become students of your child. Study them. Watch them. Try to understand why they do and say the things they do. Not only will you get a good laugh, but you might not come down so hard on them when they do make the wrong choice.

4. Keep them talking. Encourage your children to talk to you from a very early age. A child who engages in conversation will be an adolescent who engages in conversation.

5. Balance truth and grace. Keep your heart sensitive to the Holy Spirit's leading. There are times when a child just needs to be shown grace.

6. Distinguish between defiance and crazy kid things. Kids are kids and they do crazy things. My daughter got into lipstick the other day and covered herself from head to toe (and from carpet to couch and anywhere else her little hands could go to). Was this an act of defiance or just her being a kid? Choose your battles wisely.

7. Teach internal control vs. external control. Model for your children how to control your emotions so that they do not cause you to sin.

8. Encourage kids to be the age that they are. Are you expectations too high for your eight year old? Tell them to go play, have fun, relax!

9. Guard their hearts. Protect them from anything evil or perverted. Sacrifice your own relaxation for theirs. In other words, turn the TV off if you know it's something they should not be watching. Quite frankly, a good majority of the shows on prime time are probably inappropriate for school age kids.

10. Be purposeful in prayer. Pray specifically for your children. It's not too early to start praying for their spouses or their future career choices. You are their biggest prayer warrior! Write your prayers down and see how God answers them.

I personally need to work on #2 and #10. I miss teachable moments so often because I'm tired and stressed, and all I can focus on is giving the punishment. Teaching my children requires intentionality and time. I need to be less focused on what I need to get done and more focus on the whole reason I stay at home: to disciple my children. I also need to be more specific in my prayers for my children. I often just pray a blanket pray of protection and blessing. I want to start praying specifically for my children's marriage partners and their future friends, children, jobs, etc. What do you need to work on? Which "tip" struck a cord in you?

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Kroger Jackpot!

I really hit the jackpot at Kroger this week. I found some deals on the sale table. I've noticed several Kroger's doing this. They will pile a table with items that they's marked down and sometimes it's just because a box has been squished a little or there's a dent in a can. Here you go:

Pasta Roni: 0.49

Nature Valley sweet and salty bars: $1.69

use .50/1 (doubles)

total: 0.69

Betty Crocker fruits snacks $1.09 (2)

use .50/2 (doubles)

total: .59 each

Poptarts .99 each

use $1/1 coupon

total: .50 each

fabreeze noticiables $7.68

use $5/1 coupon plus use the loadble $5/1 coupon here

total: Free plus $2.32 overage!

Rozoni whole wheat pasta $1.34

use $1/1

total: .34

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Fun, Free, Fish!

Okay, I love Swedish fish so I thought this offer was great. Go sign up here and get yourself a free Swedish Fish t-shirt (it says, "a friend you can eat"). So cool.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Deals to Meals

Deal: Apples $0.88lb @ Kroger

Meal: Simple Syrup for Apples (or just about anything else - go ahead stick your finger in it!)

1 cup of whipping cream

2 cups of brown sugar

Heat over med. heat until bubbling. Remove from heat. We had this last night with pancakes and sliced apples. My kids thought we'd died and gone to heaven! Enjoy.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

CVS - Love the store scanner (10/5)

There's not a whole lot to say about this week. It was just okay - not too memorable. The best part was the CVS scanner printed a $5/25, $1 ECB, $1/1 Revlon, and free CVS pantyliners! Anybody else get these deals from their store scanner? Here's my scenario:

Vitamin water $2.29
ECB's earned: $2.29
Total: Free

Lady Speed Stick $1.99
use $1/1 recent Internet coupon
ECB's earned: $1.00
Total: Free

Bic Soleil razors $5.99
use $2/1printable
ECB's earned: $4.00
Total: Free

I needed paper towels and these were a good deal!

Bounty 8 roll paper towels: $5.99
use .25/1 coupon
Total: $5.74

I used a $5/25 that was printed off the CVS scanner, and I also got an extra care buck from the scanner this week too!
So, I got some Mentos gum for fillers to make it up to the $25 mark.

Next week looks like a more promising week.
***NOTE*** I picked up a prescription today and on my receipt printed $3/1 dove lotion CVS coupon, $3/1 Excedrin CVS coupon, and $3/1 Gillette Fusion razors CVS coupon. Since these are store coupons I can pair them with manufacturer coupons and get most of it for FREE! Make sure you scan your CVS card at the pharmacy when picking up your prescriptions. I almost forgot and would have missed out on these high dollar coupons!
Feel free to leave your own scenarios, but all I ask is that you link back to my post in yours. Thanks!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

I went to Kmart today and got some really good deals! It took me a while to come up with them so I thought I'd share them here with you. Make sure to leave a comment on any other deals you came up with - there are still a few days left on this deal - and I'll make a trip back! :) **Note: my Kmart did not double anything over $2 - meaning if you have a $2.50 coupon it won't double to even $4.00. I didn't know this until I got to the register, so I won't post the items I messed up on. :) My loss - your gain.

Gillette Shampoo $2/7

use 2 $2/1 coupons

Total: Free

Glade room spray $0.89
use BOGO coupon
Total: 2 Free

Sunsilk hair products $3/9

use $1.50/1

Total: Free

Endust Free cleaner $3.29

use $2/1 coupon

Total: Free

Tide laundry det. $5

use $1/1 coupon

Total: $3

Fantastik all purpose cleaner $2.69

use $1/1 coupon

Total: .69

Chex Mix $3/6

use .50/1 coupon

Total: $1

Cheerios Snack Mix $3/6

use .50/1 coupon

Total: $1

Quakers Granola Bars $2

use $1/3 coupon

Total: $1.25 each

Old El Paso Taco Dinner Kit $2/3

use $1/2 coupon

Total: .50 each

How did you do? Leave a comment and let me know.