More of a fun deal than anything else, but wanted to try the .50 Scott toilet paper coupons from 11/11 S with the Dollar Tree Scott Comfort Plus 4pk. The coupon reads for any 4pk but didn’t scan, so the manager manually entered it, as it was clearly a 4pk. As I said, I had to stop there for picture frames for all these Walgreens deals, so if it hadn’t worked I wouldn’t have lost any sleep.
My first shock was when PITA pointed out the fireworks display (mostly sparklers), then boiled peanuts in a can, then Ice Mountain in disguise. Kentucky people talk funny, too (although FirstBorn points out that they think I talk funny as well).
I put this one off until the very last minute – – too busy stocking up on Purex, Lysol wipes and toilet bowl cleaner, I guess 🙂 Today is the last day to use the $1 Crest coupon in the 7/15 rp, but if you drive by one, you’ll get yourself a free couple of tubes.
These are quart sizes and there were coupons in the 4/29 S non-Trib papers like Sun-Times and, I believe, Hoy.
Yes, they’re back with a slight twist: you won’t be getting them on Saturday afternoon or even Sunday, but if you’re only buying for coupons, head over on Monday and you’ll be rewarded. This is the first week of the program, so let’s see how it works out.
Stopped in for a picture frame for my 8×10 Walgreens freebie and saw all this colorful Rachael Ray dinnerware on display. Very nice sizes and weights.
Need acne products and don’t wanna pay for them? Dollar Tree has OXY Spot Treatment and there’s a $1 coupon in 3/11 rp; the $3/2 coupon beeps (even when buying two), so most stores won’t take it. Expiration date 9/19. Enjoy clear skin!
Both the Amopé, replacement files and nail oil were on the end cap display at Dollar Tree. These suckers are way more on Amazon. The starter kit comes with extra replacement files.
The Scrubbing Bubbles Drop-ins were back in stock at Dollar Tree, so PITA and I each grabbed our four limit and used the $1 coupon from 11/12 S. Overstock on mush bread for 50¢ and hamburgers buns for a quarter; they also had cartloads of junky, crunchy snacks for 50¢. The hamburger buns I’ll take, since they’re just the same as the Jewel mush buns.
The 9/10 S has a 75¢ coupon for Domino sugar in the flip-top container. The coupon doesn’t scan at Dollar Tree, but the manager pushed it through, ’cause it’s a flip-top container! I checked the ones pictured on the coupon at Jewel (2/$4 on sale) and they do not look like flip open tops at all — I do see that they’ve shrunk the size to about 12 oz, though.