September 1, 2010

Walgreens Monthly Deals for September

Zegerid Capsules 14ct  are $10.00  and get a mail in rebate for $10.00 but it gets better yet, use the $3.00/1 from  8/15 ss and make it a $3.00 moneymaker

Buy 2 Pepsi 2liters and get a free redbox movie

so If you have register rewards epiring soon you can make some money and get a free movie.

Another freebie at cvs for month of September

High Octane Energy Chews  are $1.99 and then get $1.99 ECB Back. Limit 2

1st question . How many papers should I buy?

Well lets see, this is a tricky question; but my rule of thumb is one paper for each member of the family. This was before I found out about clipping services and paper retrivers, or finding someone who delivers.

Cliping services are great and even ebay to order certain coupons to stock up for. Say cereal has a coupon for 1.00 off and your store doubles to 1.00 and the ceral is 2.00 well then it would be free. So If I can buy 20 coupons off of ebay for the cereal my family eats and pay say 2.49 for 20 coupons, then I have 20 boxes of cereal for 2.49 and that will last us a while and cheaper then one box.

Many states have paper retrivers that you can get newspaper inserts from.

Do you get the paper delivered? Do you know someone who delivers? Well if you do ask them what they do with the extra inserts. They may just give them to you because other wise they get dumped.

Ask freinds and family to save there coupons for you.

Now days I always buy one paper unless good and then I buy 3. But 9 times out of 10 I get extras from freinds or the paper retriver. So usually I have 20 to 30 inserts on good weeks, heck some weeks I end up with well over 200 inserts and then share them.

Questions and answers on couponing and stockpiling

Hello, I have had some questions emailed to me; so I thought why not do a question and answer topic for today. Feel free to email me, or leave your question here and I will answer them in a timely matter. My goal is to help others save money and be able to use that grocery money to pay an extra bill or do something that they normally couldn't afford. Like see a movie or go to a concert, or even cloth shopping.