One more display case of the little Tide bottles from Jewel – 36 in all. Total OOP was $1.26. Yuck, boring picture and having to pay for doing laundry is just plain wrong! We need more women in charge in this country!
You see here (’cause I’m not neat like Rachel…well I’m not neat like – oh hell, I’m a slob!) 27 bottles of yummy Suja Elements juice, a dozen cage-free, vegetarian eggs and a gallon of whole organic milk. Total OOP was $1.11. I used this $1.50 Facebook coupon (you don’t have to like them), printed twice, click on this $1.00 off ONE Tide Ultra Stain Release Detergent even if you’ve printed it before, because you need to get to the main coupon page so you can switch zip codes to 77477 and print two more $1.50 coupons under beverages, then finally print two more $1.50 coupons on the Sujajuice.com website. Lots of switching, but this is fantastic juice! And now that you’re at $1 a bottle, use this $1 Whole Foods store coupon to get it for FREE and pay less tax, too! Remember, if you buy over 12 bottles (any variety), you’ll get a 10% case discount, which accounts for the freebie milk and eggs. Since this juice has gone on sale now a few times, I’d definitely print out the mfr coupons since they’ll be gone soon. Also, the link to Whole Foods is for the entire list with expiration dates of May 31, 2014.
Rachel and I had stopped in earlier (she really needs to brush up on her coupon usage – - it’s embarrassing having to wait for her…) and I saw this big sign on the back endcap. Don’t know what made me snap it, ’cause I planned to return within a couple of hours,but I’m sure glad I did: The juice was rinigng up at $4.99 and the signs had been removed. Double happy-dance time! Although in all fairness, no one was other than pleasant and polite and never insisted on seeing proof of the sale. And If’ve found this to be the case each and every time I’ve shopped there.