Wednesday, October 14, 2009

A Kids Eat Free Pajama Party at Sweet Tomatoes in Alpharetta this Sunday, October 18th

The boys and I went to Sweet Tomatoes in Alpharetta for a late lunch today (early release days are awesome). They TOTALLY dug it. The menu is very kid friendly, as well as mom friendly. The boys all had salad, and then pizza, and mac and cheese, and more pizza, and baked potato, and then of course, jello, fresh fruit, and soft serve ice cream with all sorts of toppings. Everyone left the table happy and quite full.

Sweet Tomatoes also has a breakfast on Sundays from 9 to noon. They serve
scrambled eggs, waffles, biscuits & gravy, oatmeal, potatoes o’brien, freshly baked cinnamon chip biscuits, muffins, make-your-own breakfast burritos, and more! All this is in addition to their already huge salad and soup bars.

They have four locations in the Atlanta area:

Perimeter -
In the Costco Center

- next to the Embassy Suites hotel

Gwinnett - adjacent to the Gwinnett Place Mall, and

Barrett - west of I-75 on Barrett Parkway

Check out the one closest to you for directions, menu for the day, and their specials. If you sign up for their Club Veg you will receive $75.00 worth of coupons throughout the year.

The Sweet Tomatoes in Alpharetta has a couple of specials going on.

This Sunday, October 18th, kids 12 and under eat FREE from 9 a.m. to noon IF they show up in their pajamas. Adorable! How fun for a kid to be able to go out to a place to eat in their jammies!

Every Monday from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. kids 12 and under eat free with a paying adult.

PROPS: Sweet Tomatoes believes in paying it forward as well. Through their fun-raiser campaign, last year they donated $267,172 to local charities. They also do donations and sponsorships for non-profits and help organizations raise money for their cause through their Scrip program. Rock on Sweet Maters! Way to be!

The Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is an amazing and memorable outing, but it is also an expensive one. The Aquarium is currently offering a few specials however to help remedy that.

Me & Mommy

For $25, the Me & Mommy ticket includes Aquarium admission for one adult, free admission for children age 5 and under (maximum four children per paid adult) That deserves repeating. That is UP TO FOUR CHILDREN 5 and under - HUGE! and free parking, a $10 value, on top of that. Woot Woot! General Admission is normally $26.00 per adult and $19.50 per child (3-12)

The rules:

This offer is valid Monday-Friday, now through November 19, 2009,
Tickets can only be purchased online and must be
purchased before the offer expires on Nov. 19. The tickets may be used through Dec. 13, 2009 though. Note: Black-outs dates apply: November 23 – 26, 2009
You have to bring the little ones along to take advantage of this great offer.

On a side note - The Georgia Aquarium currently has a program running for ages 2 - 5 called
"Growing Guppies"! In the program the children will learn about the wonders of the ocean and its many inhabitants. It offers music, crafts, puppets, storytelling and physical activity and occurs every Thursday and Sunday at 10:15 a.m. lasting approximately 45 minutes. Guppie adventures for the remainder of the year are:

October 22 & 25: Critter Care
October 29 & November 1: Eek! Scary Animals
November 5 & 8: E is for Eel
November 12 & 15: Georgia Coast Is Where It's At
November 19 & 22: Zzzz! How Animals Sleep
November 26 & 29: Thank You Ocean
December 3 & 6: Splish, Splash, Hop
December 10 & 13: Crunch, Nibble, Bite Gulp
December 17 & 20: R is for Ray

You can also check out their Kids Corner for some cool activities, information, and live webcams.

Falcons Fans

The Georgia Aquarium wants you to show off your team spirit! So . . . If you visit the Georgia Aquarium on Friday before an Atlanta Falcons home game wearing your Falcons gear, you can purchase a Georgia Aquarium general admission ticket for just $20! GO FALCONS!

The rules:

Tickets can be purchased at the Aquarium box office or online
Must be wearing your Falcons gear when you arrive

Valid for the following Fridays: October 16, November 6, November 27, December 4, and December 11.

thanks Georgia Aquarium :-)

Georgia Aquarium transforms into the Georgia A-SCARY-UM this Halloween

Georgia A-SCARY-UM
October 30 and 31st

The Georgia Aquarium if offering up a new and different way to trick or treat for the second year in a row by transforming into the Georgia Aquarium into the Georgia A-SCARY-UM!

Admission is FREE for kids 12 and under in costumes when accompanied by an adult.
The offer is valid for up to two children per one paid adult or Annual Pass Member.

The Georgia A-SCARY-UM festivities will take place on Oct. 30 and 31, 2009 for Halloween family fun, costumes and safe trick-or-treating for everyone.

Atlanta City Pass

Do you have out of town guests coming to visit over the holidays? Are you wondering how you are possibly going to entertain them. The Atlanta City Pass is one solution to your holiday visitor dilemma.

The Atlanta CityPass is a carefully selected collection of the most popular, most famous Atlanta attractions, priced at a discounted rate of 49% less than the cost of tickets purchased separately. The CityPass youth price (ages 3-12) discounts 53% off individual ticket prices. Atlanta CityPass is valid for nine days.

According to the Atlanta City Pass website, each Atlanta CityPass booklet holds six admission tickets, each with a tip revealing a CityPass secret to skip main ticket lines. Plan a busy weekend, or take up to nine days to explore all the pass has to offer.

The Atlanta CityPass offers one admission to each attraction:
  1. Georgia Aquarium: Expedited entry including Deepo’s 4D Theater and - New in 2009 - Quick Dip Tour (age 5 and older)
  2. World of Coca-Cola: next available timed entrance for general admission
  3. Zoo Atlanta: general admission
  4. Inside CNN Atlanta: one studio tour
  5. Fernbank Museum of Natural History: general admission & special exhibits

    Atlanta Botanical Garden
    : general admission & special exhibits
  6. High Museum of Art: general admission and Louvre Atlanta

    Atlanta History Center
    : general admission
The Booklet provides you with attraction information, transportation directions, best times to visit, a map, and expert advice on where to find distinctive Atlanta tastes, goods, and off-beat places from the experts at National Geographic Traveler magazine. Plus coupons and special offers invite you to enjoy one appetizer or one dessert when you buy an entrée OR get 50% off the glass elevator ride to the View Level of the tower at The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View and save on an Atlanta Preservation Center Historic Walking Tour.

Buy an E-ticket now. In just a few clicks a print-at-home E-ticket will save shipping costs. Trade it for a CityPass booklet at the first Atlanta CityPass attraction you visit. We can also ship booklets directly to you. Send CityPass booklets as gifts. Or, you can purchase Atlanta CityPass at any of our Atlanta attractions. It’s the same low price no matter where you buy.


It’s the smart ticket to an affordable Atlanta break.

thanks City Pass - Atlanta :-)

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Thomas the Tank Wooden Engine for $1.99 - 10/13 - 10/16


Christmas shopping early?
Visit Learning Curve and
purchase a Thomas the Tank Wooden Engine for $1.99
($10.99 retail value) and you receive free shipping!
The offer is valid 10/13 - 10/16 so hurry to get yours!

When you get to Learning Curve, enter Thomas the Tank Wooden Engine in the Search Bar. Then click on the "Getting Started Thomas the Tank Engine." Add it to your cart and it will show the $1.99 price.

Toby the Tram Engine is also $1.99 with free shipping! Thanks!

thanks stlmommy :-)

Monday, October 12, 2009

CafeMom article with Kim Julian

This morning CafeMom posted an interview with Kim Julian, of the MyCityMoms network. I have posted the article below. It has some great advise on ways new parents can save money.

When mommy blogger Kim Julian of St. Louis, Missouri became a stay at home mom after the birth of her second son, the loss of a second income hit hard. So she did what a lot of moms who want to continue staying home with their kids do -- she became a self-taught expert at saving money through coupons, free samples, free events and discounts.

And she created a couple of websites to share what she learned with other moms, STL Mommy in November of 2008, and My City Mommy in June of 2009. My City Mommy and the My City Mommy team offer national and local grocery and drug store coupon match ups along with free samples, free events, restaurant deals, kids eat free locations, discounts and more.

I thought it was worth an individual chat with Kim to glean some of her personal at-home tips:

Tell us how to cut costs on our biggest baby expenses, please!

The biggest expense for baby is undeniably formula and diapers. On average formula costs $6 a day. Breastfeeding is a natural and cheap option to offset the cost, but breastfeeding is not an option for everyone.

To start saving money, ask your pediatrician for formula samples. Pharmaceutical representatives often leave cases of formula for them to hand out. Also, look for coupons and rebates in the doc's office.

These will always be on hand because companies want doctors to recommend their products to patients. Register on websites of the brand that you use and they will also send you coupons by mail. Enfamil offers a reward program that gives you a chance to win sweepstakes and earn more money saving offers.

When it comes to diapers, using cloth will save you a ton of money. But sometimes that's not always realistic or convenient. You can also save a lot of money by following savings sites such as My City Mommy and watching weekly deals along with coupons. You have to take advantage of the combination of sales, store incentives and coupon offers. regularly offers coupons up to $3 in value for some diapers. You can also register directly with the diaper sites for money saving offers.

Breaking the habit of brand loyalty is the hardest thing to accomplish, but you really have to try them all to see what works for you. I have found that I am brand loyal at night due to leaks, but I use something other than my personal favorite during the day to cut costs.
What's the biggest waste of money?

The first thing that comes to mind is the Diaper Genie. On average the Diaper Genie costs $24.99 and refills are $5.99. If you change out the refill every two weeks you would spend $181.15 a year to dispose of diapers. I also found that the Diaper Genie, although easily accessible, did not keep odor out of the room.

The second item was passed on to us by moms on Facebook. In a survey 90 percent said that you should not buy a wipes warmer. Many of the moms mentioned that it was never used, it was a distraction, too time consuming, or caused their child to 'need' the wipes warmed.
What are the best online sites for saving money on baby stuff?
Register on websites for the products that you purchase, including formula, diapers, household needs, toys, and baby apparel. My favorites include Ebay, Craigslist and Freepeats for free or deeply discounted items.

Give us your top three cost-cutting tips ...

1. Be smart with your purchases, combine store incentives, coupons, and sales to get the lowest price on the items that you need and stock up on these items when you find them at deep discounts so you won't make an impulse purchase when you run out of a needed item.

2. Exchange products, clothing, and coupons with friends who also have kids. Have a seasonal clothing swap, swap Halloween costumes, toys, coupons, the sky is the limit.

3. Don't make an impulse purchase. If you see something you want, leave the store and think about if you really need the item or if it is just something that you want. I have done this many times and 90 percent off the time I don't go back in to purchase the item.

How did you save money on your baby?

I must admit my second child's birth was very different from my first. With my first, I registered for items that now I realize weren't needed, you know the Pottery Barn themed room, swing, bouncer, bassinet, etc. With my second I asked for diapers and shopped on Ebay and Craigslist to find great deals on expensive items for less than half of the original purchase price.

I also make purchases at the end of the season for the following year. My children grow a size a year and you can find clothes on sale for up to 80 percent off the original price at the end of the season. Trading items with friends is my favorite activity.

thanks CafeMom :-)

Sunday, October 11, 2009 has added new coupons!
It has been a great week on new coupon offers include, All Laundry Detergent, California Pizza Kitchen, Milk Bone, Playtex Gloves, Rice Krispies and don't forget to print the new Hasbro coupons and your free sandwich, salad, or wrap at Quick Trip!

Each week I will continue to let you know what's new and available so you can save more! Remember the coupons do have a print limit so don't miss out on what is available right now!

The coupons listed are available in all regions of the country. The coupons available to you will be determined by the zip code you enter and the offers you have already printed.

Alka Seltzer save $1.00/1
Alka Seltzer Plus, $1.00/1
*NEW* All Detergent, $1.00/1
Barbara's Bakery Cereal, $1.00/1
Barbara's Organic Cereal, $1.00/1
Bayer Heart Advantage, $3.00/1
Betty Crocker Cake Mix and Frosting, $0.50/2
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Shapes, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, $0.50/2
Betty Crocker Potatoes, $0.40/1
Betty Crocker Warm Delights, $0.50/1
Big G Cereals, save $1.00/2 (pictured)
Big G Cereals, save $1.00/2 (pictured)
Big G Cereals, Fiber One, $0.75/1
*NEW* Big G Cereals, Honey Nut Cheerios, $0.55
Big G Cereals Total save $0.75
Bisquick, save $0.60/1
*NEW* Blue Dog Bakery, $0.50/1
*NEW* Brez, $2.00/1
Bridgford Frozen Rolls or Monkey Bread, $0.55/1
*NEW* California Pizza Kitchen, $1.00/1
Caribou Coffee, $2.00/1
Cats Pride Cat Litter, $1.00/1
Chex Mix, $0.50/1
Chex Mix Select, $0.50/1
Citracal, $1.00/1
Citracal and Bayer, $4.00/2
Clairitin D Non Drowsy, $3.00
Claritin Eye, $3.00/1
Cosamin ASU, $4.00/1
Cosamin DS, $3.00/1
Cosequin, $1.50/1
Crunchmaster, $0.75/1
DiGiorno, $1.50/1
Energizer Hearing Aid, $1.00/1
Ester-C, $2.00/1
Fiber One Chewy Bars, $0.40/1
*NEW* Fiber One Frozen Muffins, $0.75
Fiber One Muffin Mix, $0.50/1
Flex-A-Min save $4.00
Flinstones Vitamins, $1.00/1
*NEW* Foster Farms Lunchmeat, $1.00/2
*NEW* Foster Farms Lunchmeat tubs, $1.00/2
Freschetta, $1.00/1
*NEW* FRS Healthy Energy, $2.00/1
Green Giant Frozen Bagged Vegetables, $0.50/1
Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables, $0.50/2
Haagen-Dazs, $1.00/1
Hamburger Helper, $0.75/3
Jergens, $1.00/1
Keebler Sandwich Crackers, $0.55/1
Kellogg's Cinnabon Bars, $1.00/1
Kentucky Legend, $2.00/1
*NEW* King's Hawaiian Bread, $0.75/1
Larabar, $0.40/1
Litehouse, $1.00/2
*NEW* Mann's Fresh Cut Vegetables, $0.55/1
Mariani, $1.00/1
Maxwell House, $1.00/2
Maybelline New York Pulse Perfection Mascara, $3.00
*NEW* Milk-Bone, $1.00/1
*NEW* Milk-Bone Essentials Plus, $2.00/1
M5 Magnum Razor, $2.00/1
Natures Bounty, $2.00/1
Nature Valley Granola Bars, $0.40/1
Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters, $1.00/1
Nexcare, $3.00/1
One A Day and Flintstones, $3.00/2
One A Day VitaCraves, $1.00/1
Opti-Free, $1.00/1
Oscar Mayer Deli Creations, $1.00/2
Phillips Colon Health, $1.00/1
Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, $0.50/2
Pillsbury Grands, $0.30/2
Pillsbury Holiday Cookies, $0.75/2
Pillsbury Italian Meal Breads, $0.40/2
Pillsbury Rolled Refrigerated Pie Crusts, $0.50/2
Pillsbury Rolls, $0.75/2
Pillsbury Savorings, $1.00/1
Pillsbury Simply Refrigerated Cookie Dough, $0.55/1
*NEW* Platex CleanCuisine Disposable Gloves, $1.00/1
*NEW* Playtex Discover Living Gloves, $1.00/1
*NEW* Playtex Disposable Gloves, $1.00/1
Progresso, save $1.00/2
Progresso, $0.50/1
Progresso Soups, $1.10/3
*NEW* Purely Decadent, $1.00/1
Quilted Northern, $1.00/1
*NEW* Reeser's Fine Foods, $1.00/1
Renu, $1.00/1
*NEW* RepHresh, $10.00/1
*NEW* Rice Krispies, $1.00/2
RID, $2.00/1
Romano's Macaroni Grill Dinner Kit, $1.10/1
Ronzoni Healthy Harvest, $1.00/2
*NEW* Ronzoni Smart Taste, $1.00/2
Similasan Allergy Eye Relief, $2.00/1
Similasan Anxiety Relief, $3.00/1
Similasan Ear Relief, $1.00/1
Similasan Sleeplessness Relief, $3.00/1
Similasan Stress & Tension Relief, $3.00/1
Snuggle, $1.00/1
Special K Bars, $1.00/2
Special K Blueberry Cereal, $1.00/1
Special K Crackers, $1.00/1
Special K Chocolatey Pretzel Bars, $0.75/1
Special K Protein Shakes, $1.00/1
*NEW* Starkist Tuna Pouch, $0.50/1
Steamfresh Lightly Sauced Vegetable or Pasta, $0.50/1
Sundown Naturals Vitamin, $1.00/1
Tetley Tea, $0.50/1
Tony Hawk Vitamin Product, $1.00/1
True Lemon, $1.00/1
Truvia, $1.00/1
*NEW* Turtle Mountain Coconut Milk Yogurt, $2.00/4
Wanchia Ferry Dinner Kit, $1.10
Wanchai Ferry Frozen Entree, $1.50/1
Weight Watchers Cheese or Cream Cheese, $0.75/1
Welch's Juice or Light Juice Drink, $1.00/1
Yoplait, $0.50/6
Yoplait Delights, $1.00/1
Yoplait Fiber One Multipacks, $1.00/1
Yoplait Go-Gurt, $0.80/2
Yoplait Kids & Go-Gurt, $0.40/1
Yoplait Yo-Plus, $1.00/1
Zyrtec Eye Drops, $1.00/1

Store Coupons

Target Wonka Gummies, $1.00/1

Non Food/Household Items:

Chuck E Cheese's, save $30.00
CountryRxCard, 75% off
Eyemasters, 2 pairs of eyeglasses, $99
Hasbro My Little Pony, save $5.00 on your $20 purchase
Hasbro Mr. Potato Head or Mrs. Potato Head, $2.00/1
Hasbro Mr. Potato Head Silly Suitcase toy, $5.00/1
Hasbro Mr. Potato Head Spud Buds toy, $5.00/1
Hasbro PlaySkool Activity Ball, $5.00/1
Hasbro PlaySkool Busy Ball Popper, $5.00/1
Hasbro Dance Cam, $10.00/1
Hasbro DinoRoars Hatchlings, $5.00/1
Hasbro DinoRoars Stompers, $10.00/1
PlaySkool Lullaby Gloworm, $3.00/1
*NEW* Pharmaceutical, 25%
Hasbro PlaySkool Musical Sit 'n Spin, $10.00/1
Hasbro PlaySkool Step Start Walk 'n Ride, $5.00/1
Hasbro Swing 'n Score Baseball, $5.00/1
Hasbro Playskool Tumble 'n Twirl Top, $5.00/1
JC Penny Optical, 50% off
*NEW* Sears, 20% off
*NEW* Quick Trip Free Salad, Sandwich or Wrap

Don't wait these offers go fast, print your coupons now!

Thanks stlmommy :-)

CVS 101

Just like with Walgreen's, I rarely shopped at CVS until I discovered the great deals there. There are many ways to save and even earn money while shopping at CVS. For all you newbies, here are all the tips you will need to start saving today!

We will start with the Weekly Ads. You can get the Weekly Ad online, in front of the store or in your local Sunday paper. The Ad lists all sale items and items that will produce Extra Care Bucks and the quantity needed to earn them.

What are Extra Care Bucks (ECB)? These are dollars that you earn when making a certain purchase and can be used on any future CVS purchase. You do not have to get all the items at the same time but will not earn the ECB until you fulfill the entire purchase. Your ECB will print out on your receipt so make sure to always check before throwing away your receipt. There are weekly and monthly ECB. *You will also earn 2% back in ECB quarterly on your purchases which will print automatically at the end of the sales period.

In order to start earning ECB, you need to have an Extra Care Card. You can get a card simply by asking a cashier for a form or by signing up online. If you fill out the form in-store, you will get your card to start saving imediately. However if you sign up online, it will take about a week to get your card in the mail. Remember to register your account online to receive special offers by email or in your mail box.

In addition to ECB, there are also CRT (cash register tape) coupons that print automatically on your receipt. These are not listed in the Weekly Ad and just print randomly. These are pretty general , for instance, $2.00 off of Huggies Pull-ups. You can also get X off of XX CRTs. It will look like this~ $4.00 off of $20.00. Both are considered stores coupons and can be combined with manufacter's coupons (MFC). You can stack a basic CRT, a X off of XX CRT and a MFC all together for maximum savings. Just make sure to hand the cashier the X off of XX first while the total is the highest. Here's what it looks like:

Buy (2) Huggies Pull-ups @ $10 each = $20.00

Use $4 off $20 first

Use (2) $2.00 CRT's =$4 off

Use (2) $3.00 MFC= $6 off
Total $6.00 for both packs of Pull-ups

Even better if you would earn $5.00 wyb $20 worth of Huggies
Total would be = $1.00!!

Making money at CVS can be very simple! Almost every week there is a promotion where you will earn the same amount of ECB that you spend. For instance:
Colgate Toothpaste $2.99
Earn $2.99 ECB wyb 1
Use $1.00 off MFC
Total = $1.00 overage after coupon and ECB

CVS also has other great ways to save:

CVS Clip-Free coupons
that will automatically be taken off at the register. You can find these in a flyer by the front door.

Email or "snail mail" coupons
- remember to sign up online to get these.

BOGOF sales -
you can use two MFC coupons on a buy-one-get-one-free sale.
For example:
Max Factor Mascara $7.99 BOGOF
Use (2) $3.00 off MFC
Total = $1.99 for both

As with anything, "practice makes perfect" so don't be discouraged if you make a few mistakes. You'll be shopping like a pro soon enough.

Thanks mybatonrougemommy :-)

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CVS October 11 - 17

If you are new to shopping at CVS or just need help with some of the lingo in this post, visit my CVS 101 first. You can find it by clicking on the "coupons" or "new here" tab.

3 Day Sale Sunday-Tuesday Only

Brach's Candy Corn 9oz 2/$0.88 (Limit 4)

Halloween Nylon Treat Bag $0.99
Get $0.99 ECB
Final Price, FREE

4-in-1 Pumpkin Carving Tool $1.99 (Limit 2)
Get $1.99 ECB
Final Price, FREE

Weekly Extra Care Bucks Deals

Spend $20 Get $5 ECB wyb Halloween Candy (Limit 1)
(9/27 RP) save $1.00/2 (regional)
(9/27 SS) save $1.00/3 (regional)
Printable Coupon save $1.00/1 Wonka Candy (11.5oz or more)
Printable Coupon save$1.00/1 Nestle Candy (11.5 or more)
Final Price, varies

**Extra Deal**
Mars Fun Size bag candy $3.50-$4.49 B1G1 free
(9/27 RP) save $1.00/2 (regional)
Final Price, $3.00

Photo Dept Picture Frames or Albums from $6.99
Get $7.00 ECB wyb 2
Final Price, as low as $3.50 each

Get $5 ECB when you spend $15 Axe Shower products 2/$10.00
Printable coupon save $1.50
Final Price: 3/$5.50 or $1.83 each

Scope Outlast Mouth rinse 1.25 liter or Crest toothpaste with Scope Outlast 7.6oz (prices start at $4.89) Limit 1
Get $2.00 ECB
(9/27 P&G) save $0.75 or $1.00 Scope Mouthwash 710mL or larger
(9/27 P&G) save $1.00 off Crest Toothpaste with Scope
Final Price, as low as $1.89

Spend $15 Get $5 ECB wyb Kraft Products (Limit 1)
Maxwell House Master Blend Coffee 34.5oz $8.00
Printable Coupon save $1.00
Final Price, $7.00

DiGiorno 12"pizza $6.00
(9/27 SS) save $0.50
Printable Coupon save $1.50 (if Ultimate Toppings Pizza is included)
Final Price, $4.50 (Ultimate Toppings) or $5.50

Spend $15 Get $5 ECB wyb any Energizer Batteries (Limit 1)
(10/4 SS) save $1.00
Final Prices, vary

Quilted Northern 12 double rolls $6.99 (Limit 3)
Get $1.00 ECB
Printable Coupon save $1.00
September All You save $2.00/2
Final Price, $4.99

Claritin$19.99 (Limit 2)
Get $2.00 ECB
September All You save $4.00
(9/13 SS) save $4.00 expires 10/11
Final Price, $13.99

Any Olay ProX or starter kit Get $5 ECB (Limit 1)
Printable Coupon save $10.00/2
Final Prices, vary

Get $5 ECB wyb $15 in Gillette Products
(9/27 P&G) save $1.00/2 shaving cream
(9/27 P&G) save $4.00 Fusion razor
(9/27 P&G) save $1.00 Body wash
(9/27 P&G) save $2.00 Clinical Strength Deo
(9/27 P&G) save $2/2 Deo
Final Prices, vary

Buy One Get One Free Deals

CVS/pharmacy batteries AAA, AA 10pk, C, D 4pk. or 9 volt 2 pk

Kodak Picture maker print 8x10 sheet $6.99

ALL Revlon Cosmetics (prices starting at $1.99) (Limit 6)
(9/13, 10/11 SS) save $1.00 any Revlon Color Cosmetic Product (use 2)
Final Price, as low as FREE

Purex laundry detergent 24-32 loads $5.99-7.69 (Limit 4)
Printable Coupon save $1.00 (use 2)
(10/4 SS) save $0.55 (use 2)
Final Price, as low as $2.00 each

Almay foundation, powder, blush or concealer (prices start at $5.23)
(8/2 or 9/13 SS) save $1.00 (use two)
Final Price, as low as $1.62 each wyb 2

Move Free Advanced 80ct. or Mega Red 60ct.
(9/20 SS) save $5.00 Schiff Move Free 80ct
(7/19 SS) save $3.00 off Schiff MegaRed
Final Prices, vary

Weekly Deals

All Schick Disposable Razors (prices starting at $1.29) B1G1 50% off
(9/27, 9/13 SS) save $1.00
September All You save $1.00

Renuzit Adjustables $0.88
(10/4 SS) save $0.55/3
Final Price, $0.70 each wyb 3

Poland Spring Water 24pk $3.49
(9/27 RP) save $1.00/2
Final Price, $2.99 each wyb 2

Sally Hansen Nail $0.99 - $10.99 B1G1 50% off
(9/13 SS) save $0.50-$1.oo
Final Price, as low as two FREE

Kashi Go Lean Crunch cereal 2/$6.00
VocalPoint coupon save $3.00 & $1.50
Final Price, FREE

Neosporin Lip Health $5.49
Printable Coupon save $3.00
Instant clip-free coupon save $2.50 (comes off when CVS card is scanned)
Final Price, FREE

Print more coupons HERE or HERE!

Thanks mybatonrougemommy :-)

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