Saturday, February 6, 2010

New Rite Aid Wellness+ Coupons

Go HERE to get a coupon for $2 off any skincare item at Rite Aid (priced at $2.99+).

These will be great with some of the deals this week! Stay tuned!

Free Oikos Greek Yogurt @ Whole Foods

Whole Foods has Oikos organic Greek yogurt on sale 10/$10 until 2/10/10. There is a $1 off MFQ HERE, as well as in the January/February issue of Whole Deal, the whole foods in-store coupon booklet.

$1.00 Oikos yogurt
-$1 MFQ HERE (or inside in-store booklet)

Free Kindle Books

Anyone here have a Kindle? I'd love to hear your thoughts on it. Now that I'm breastfeeding, I would LOVE one of these. It would make it so easy to sit and read while I feed, no fumbling around turning pages!

Check out some free Kindle book downloads listed HERE at Freebies 4 Mom. Worth a read, right?

2/7 Coupon Preview

Click HERE for a coupon preview of inserts coming tomorrow.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Mega Swagbuck Friday

The other day I was looking around in the Special Offers section of, and I found a few videos you can watch for 1 free swagbuck each! Click HERE and then go to Wall 3. (They may not be available on all accounts.)

Don't forget today (Friday) is Mega Swagbucks day! You can get up to 10 swagbucks for searches today!

Search & Win

What is Swagbucks?
It's a search engine, like google. Use it in place of your regular search engine and earn swagbucks every day that can be used towards gift cards and prizes.

New Target Mobile Phone Coupons!

Have you heard about this? Target now has store coupons available on your mobile phone!

You can sign up HERE and read the details. Basically you'll receive text messages monthly with links to the coupons. Simply pull the coupon up on your phone, have the cashier scan the barcode, and voila! Mobile savings.

The best part is, these coupons can still be combined with manufacturer's coupons, just like regular Target store coupons. But this way you'll save a few trees.

Reader Email: Meal Plans & Recipes

Danielle wrote:
"I am not the best cook and have a really hard time coming up with lunch and dinner ideas for my family. I was just wondering on how you come up with yours -- being creative while spending so little. Thank you for all your hard work and wisdom!"

Dear Danielle,

I have a hard time coming up with ideas for dinners as well. I love trying new recipes, but I don't always have the time (or money) for fancy things. Here are some resources I use to plan meals:

  • -- At Recipezaar you can type in a single ingredient or many ingredients (either ones you have on hand or something you'd like to make a meal out of) and it will come back with thousands of user-submitted and user-reviewed recipes containing those items. I've never tried a highly rated recipe from this site that I didn't love! They're all printable and free, so you can slip them right into your recipe binder for safe keeping.
  • Utah Food Co-Op -- This is a community-run food co-op. Place an order for a full, half, or harvest share once per month and pick it up on delivery day at your local site. All food is locally grown and very fresh, at less than half retail cost. Go to to join (it's free!) and place an order. Then once you receive your food, use Recipzaar to find things to make with your share from that month!
  • Blogs -- I love blog-hopping and seeing ways that others feed their family simply and cheaply. I love when others post their recipes, so that's why I try to post mine a little. When I find a good one, I bookmark it so I can try it out later. Here are a few that I like: jane4girls, Sunday Baker, Food for Thought.

I hope that helps you a little, Danielle! Good luck with your meal planning!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Smith's Deals (2/3 - 2/9)

Click HERE for a printable matchup of all weekly sales with manufacturer's coupons.

{Print the Smith's coupon policy HERE.}

Sale Prices
  • Avocados - $0.50
  • Dole premium classic salads - $1.00
  • Kroger value russet potatoes - $2.50
  • Limes - $0.25
  • Smiths eggs, large, dozen - $1.25
  • Softsoap elements - $0.88

4/$14 Coke Product 12-packs
-B4G1 free promo
= $2.80 each wyb 5

4/$13 Pepsi Product 12-packs
-$2 off instantly wyb 4
= $2.75 each wyb 4

$2.50 Litehouse products
-$1 MFQ (SS 12/13)
= $1.50

$4.44 Sunkist Wonderful Pistachios, 16 oz
-$1 MFQ (SS 11/15)
= $3.44

$1.88 Healthy Choice Entrees
-$1/2 MFQ HERE
= $1.38 each wyb 2

$1.88 Marie Callenders Home Style Creations
= $0.88

$1.88 Marie Callender's Pasta Al Dente
-$0.75 MFQ HERE
= $1.13

$1.67 Colgate Total Toothpaste
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/17)
= $0.67

$5.00 Maybelline Mascara
= $3.00

Mega Event
Buy 10 items, get $5 off at checkout. Mix and Match. See a full list of participating items HERE.

Possible Scenario:
$1.99 Daisy Sour Cream
$1.99 Dixie Napkins
$1.29 Hormel Chili with Beans x 2
$1.99 Kraft Cheese Shreds x 2
$1.99 Krusteaz Cookie Mix
$2.49 Post Cereal Raisin Bran
$0.99 Quaker Rice Cakes x 2
-$5 instant savings
-$0.50 MFQ Daisy (SS 12/13)
-$0.55 MFQ Dixie HERE or HERE
-$0.50 MFQ Hormel (SS 1/24) x 2
-$1/2 MFQ Kraft HERE or (SS 1/24)
-$1 MFQ Krusteaz (SS 12/6)
-$2 Post MFQ HERE
-$0.75 MFQ (RP 1/10) x 2
= $3.90/10 == $0.39 each!

Salt Lake Tribune for $39 Per Year

I received a flier in the mail today with an awesome deal on a Salt Lake Tribune subscription.

Get a 52-week subscription to the Friday through Sunday print edition for only $39. That's less than a dollar per week (and think of all the coupons!). Call 801-204-6100 and ask for code 52/3901 or visit

You can also get a 26-week subscription to the Friday through Sunday print edition for $26. Ask for code 26/2601.

The fine print:
All subscriptions continue until you notify them. Offer only valid for persons who have not subscribed to the Salt Lake Tribune in the last 60 days. Subscribers must provide a valid email address.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Monday Drugstore Deals

I went to Rite Aid yesterday to snag a pack of free diapers. We're on our 14th pack of newborn and counting! I should post a picture of the little chica's chicken legs. I promise, I really do feed her.

$11.99 Huggies Jumbo Pack
$7.99 AMO Complete Solution
$2.99 Colgate Total Toothpaste
-$5/20 RAQ
-$3 Huggies MFQ (home mailer)
-$2 Complete MFQ
-$0.75 Colgate MFQ
= $12.22 + tax

I'll get back $12.99 in rebates, so it all ended up free! To see all of this week's Rite Aid deals, go HERE.

Slavetosave Giveaway: Bumbo Babysitter {closed}

Slavetosave Giveaway: Bumbo Babysitter!

Boy have I got a treat for your mail boxes today! CSN Stores is offering a fantastic giveaway from one of their sites -- The CSN company has over 200 different online stores! carries a broad selection of baby bedding, gear, furniture, apparel, decor and toys -- all at great prices.

Here are a few of my favorites from CSNbaby. I love this crib bedding set by Doodlefish!

I think this snapsuit from BabyStar looks so comfy and cozy!

And I'm definitely going to have to try this frog wash pod by Boon!

What's your favorite item CSNbaby carries?

Buy it!
Purchase a Bumbo Babysitter at for $34.99.

Win it!
CSNbaby has offered one lucky winner a Bumbo Babysitter in the color of their choice!

Mandatory Entry:
  • Visit CSNbaby, then come back and leave a comment stating your favorite item on their site!

Extra Entries:

  • Follow Slavetosave on Facebook.
  • Follow Slavetosave on Twitter and tweet this giveaway.
  • Become a follower of Slavetosave via google friend on right-hand sidebar. (current followers count, too)
  • Blog about this giveaway. (leave the link) (2 entries)
  • Add the Slavetosave button to your blog.
  • Enter any other open giveaways. (leave a comment for each one)

Don't forget to leave a separate comment for each entry that includes an email address!

Giveaway is open to US residents only and closes February 23rd, 2010 at midnight MST.

Disclaimer: This was an unpaid post for which I received no compensation. All of the opinions here are expressly my own.

Slavetosave Giveaway: L'Oreal Lash Boosting Technology {closed}

Slavetosave Giveaway: L'Oreal Lash Boosting Technology

As a member of BzzAgent, I received a kit containing the L'Oreal lash boosting technology system in December. I was really excited when I received this, because I'd heard about other lash boosting technologies, and they were all too expensive for me to ever shell out the cash for! This kit retails for $24.99, so it's very affordable. It contains a serum that you apply to your lashes as well as the base of your lashes, every day. It also contains a L'Oreal two-step mascara to be applied over the serum.

The system claims to transform your natural lashes in 4 weeks. Their research states that after 4 weeks:

  • 71% of women say: “It seems I have more lashes”
  • 75% of women say: “My lashes seem thicker”
  • 78% of women say: “I have less lash loss during makeup removal”
  • 81% of women say: “My lashes seem to be in better condition”

I decided to give it a try! Here is a picture of my lashes the first day I tried the system:

{Photo Day 1}

And here is a picture of my lashes after using the system faithfully every day for four weeks:

{Photo day 28}

I would say that I definitely think my lashes appear longer and thicker. I've noticed a big difference especially on those mommy-days where I don't get any makeup on. I'll occasionally catch a glimpse of myself in the mirror and think, "huh, I look better without makeup than I used to!" And I think it's because my lashes are thicker and more noticeable!

Buy it!
Purchase the L'Oreal Lash Boosting Technology kit for $24.99.

Win it!
Want to try the L'Oreal Lash Boosting system out for yourself? One winner will receive the same kit I received from BzzAgent!

Entries -- Answer each question in a separate comment:

  • Have you heard of the L'Oreal Lash Boosting System before today? If so, where did you hear about it?
  • What makes you want to try the L'Oreal Lash Boosting Technology system?
  • Have you ever tried any other lash boosting technology?
  • What brand of makeup do you use most often?
  • If you use any drugstore makeup brands, which one do you use most often?
  • Become a follower of Slavetosave via google friend on right-hand sidebar. (current followers count, too)
Don't forget to leave an email address in at least one comment so I can contact you if you win!

Giveaway is open to US residents only and closes February 23rd, 2010 at midnight MST.

Disclaimer: I received a L'Oreal Lash Boosting Technology kit free of charge from BzzAgent. This was an unpaid review and all of the opinions here are expressly my own.

Slavetosave Giveaway: Bravado Designs! {closed}

Slavetosave Giveaway: Bravado Designs!
Now that I've been nursing for a few months, I'm convinced that the people at Bravado really know what they're doing! I've tried on other bras to see how they compare, and no one can touch the quality and comfort of their bras.

5 Reasons why I love Bravado:
1. If you have boobs, they have your size! Trust me. And most stores don't have my size.
2. They carry bras for all stages of nursing. The ones that grow with you for the early stages are genius!
3. I've ordered a bra online from them twice now, and their sizing and sizing helps are fabulous. You can order with confidence.
4. Their overall design is easy to use and super functional. The last thing you want when you've got a starving, fussy baby on your lap
is a complicated bra.
5. Their bras are the most comfortable around. I dare you to go try one on! You won't be disappointed.

In my mind, Bravado bras are worth their weight in gold! Seriously.

Slavetosave's Review
Bravado was kind enough to send me the Sublime nursing bra in Black Cherry to review! I usually prefer underwire bras on a day-to
-day basis because I like the support they offer, but the Sublime gives you a surprisingly good amount of support and shape for a non-wired bra, and is still very comfortable to wear. It has Bravado's signature clips, which I love because they can be undone with one hand. It's also a very well-made, high-quality bra like all of the other Bravado bras I have tried. The ruffle and lace detailing on the bra is very pretty and feminine. It's a nice change from how you usually feel when nursing!

I only have one qualm about this bra. There is a sea
m that runs diagonally down the cup of the bra, as well as some ruffle and lace on the cup. The seam and the ruffles can be seen under almost any shirt I wear, and it makes me look "lumpy." The only tops I can wear with this bra to get a smooth finish are heavy sweaters. That being said, I still love this bra's fit, support, and functionality, and I wear it almost daily!

Buy it!
Purchase the Sublime Nursing Bra for $45.00.

Win it!
Bravado has offered one lucky the same Sublime Nursing Bra I received!

Mandatory Entry:
  • Visit Bravado, then come back and leave a comment stating another product you would like to try.

Extra Entries:

  • Follow Bravado Designs on Twitter.
  • Enter the Bravado $150 prize pack sweepstakes.
  • Follow Slavetosave on Facebook.
  • Follow Slavetosave on Twitter.
  • Become a follower of Slavetosave via google friend on left-hand sidebar. (current followers count, too)
  • Blog about this giveaway. (leave the link) (2 entries)
  • Add the Slavetosave button to your blog.
  • Enter any other open giveaways. (leave a comment for each one)

Don't forget to leave a separate comment for each entry that includes an email address!

Giveaway is open to US residents only and closes February 23rd, 2010 at midnight MST.

Disclaimer: I received a Sublime nursing bra free of charge from Bravado. This was an unpaid review and all of the opinions here are expressly my own.

Monday, February 1, 2010

January Spending Totals

I made my goal by the skin of my teeth this month! Yowser. My goal was to spend under $100/month this does $100.55 count? Lol.

I tried to look over my spreadsheet and see where the big purchases were. At the very beginning of January, I bought a few pre-made meals to have in the freezer for emergency dinners (like Bertolli and Contessa). Thankfully, they're still there as emergency meals because I've been doing well with the meal planning. But they were expensive because I bought them at regular price, so that took a big chunk of my total.

I've been drinking lactaid milk (because the little chica gets VERY spitty when I eat a lot of dairy), and it's about $4 for a half-gallon. Yikes! Hopefully she outgrows this soon.

I also bought a few big things that I only buy once or twice a year (like a big tub of blue cheese at Sam's Club), as well as some meat that I stocked the freezer with. I also made a few make-n-freeze meals, so hopefully eating those in the next few weeks and months will keep my totals lower for those months.

Spent in January: $100.55
Saved in January: $294.71 (74%)

How did everyone else do?

Make & Freeze Classic Lasagna

Classic Lasagna
(adapted from Fix, Freeze, Feast)
Makes 4 entrees, 4-6 servings each

1 48-oz container cottage cheese (about 6 cups)
4 eggs, lightly beaten

3 cups shredded Parmesan cheese
13 cups Basic Red Sauce (below)
24 lasagna noodles, uncooked

2 pounds lean ground beef, cooked and drained
8 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
4 12.5" x 6.5" x 3" foil pans

plastic wrap
aluminum foil

Basic Red Sauce Recipe

(Makes approximately 10 cups)

1 12-oz can tomato paste
2 cups hot water
2 Tbsp dried parsley
2 Tbsp minced onion
1 Tbsp minced garlic (about 9 cloves)

1 Tbsp sugar
2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp dried basil
1/2 tsp dried oregano
1/2 tsp dried thyme
1 28-oz can tomato sauce

1 28-oz can diced tomatoes

Mix tomato paste and hot water in a large bowl until smooth. Stir in parsley, onion, garlic, sugar, salt, bail, oregano and thyme. Add tomato sauce and diced tomatoes; mix well. Do not cook.

{Basic red sauce}

Step 1:
Put the baby in the front carrier.

{Aaaaaand, she's out.}

Step 2:
Combine cottage cheese, eggs, and 2 cups of the Parmesan in a large bowl.

{I'm a doe-head and grabbed Ricotta instead of cottage cheese at Sam's Club. But it still worked great and tasted delicious.}

Step 3:
Lay baking dishes before you and spread 1/4 cup red sauce in the bottom of each.

{Layering the pans}

Step 4:
Assemble all four lasagnas at once in layers in the following order:

Layer 1
2 uncooked noodles
1 cup red sauce
1/2 cup cooked ground beef
3/4 cup cottage cheese mixture

1/2 cup mozzarella

Layer 2
2 uncooked noodles
1 up red sauce
1/2 cup cooked ground beef - or whatever remains

3/4 cup cottage cheese mixture - or whatever remains
1/2 cup mozzarella

Layer 3
2 uncooked noodles
1 cup red sauce - or whatever remains
1 cup mozzarella

1/4 cup parmesan

{The finished lasagnas}

Step 5:
Wrap each dish entirely in plastic wrap, then top with foil, label and freeze.

{I made 3 to freeze and 1 for dinner that night}

Cooking instructions
Remove foil and plastic wrap from baking dish, then replace foil. Cook thawed dish for 45 minutes at 375 (1 hour if frozen), then remove foil and continue baking until bubbling and cheese is browned.

Cost Breakdown
Ricotta cheese - $4.87 (Sam's Club)
4 Eggs - $0.49 ($1.49/12 at Ream's)
4 packages Kraft shreds - $3.96 ($0.99 each @ Smith's)
Lasagna noodles - $2.09 (Ream's)
2 pounds ground beef - $5.03 (Smith's)
Tomato paste - $1.55 (Ream's)
Garlic - $0.39 (Ream's)
Tomato sauce - $1.95 (Ream's)
Diced tomatoes - $2.15 (Ream's)
= $22.48/24 servings == $0.93 per serving

That's a heck of a lot cheaper than eating out, am I right? Tastier, too. This meal would be even cheaper if you purchased the ground beef, noodles, tomatoes, etc during a stock-up sale (instead of buying them spur of the moment like I did).

Smith's Mega Deals Shopping Trip

I hit up Smith's on Saturday to take advantage of the awesome Mega Promo going on now! If you haven't been yet, you still have time today and tomorrow to stop by. There are plenty of printable coupons to get you going on this deal, even if you don't have past inserts. Who can pass up such cheap food to stock your pantry!? Check out the details on this week's deals HERE.

Transaction #1$1.99 Chewy Granola Bars
$1.99 Chewy Granola Bars
$1.99 Solo Plastic Plates
$0.99 Quaker Rice Cakes

$0.99 Quaker Rice Cakes
$0.99 Quaker Rice Cakes
$1.99 Krusteaz Cookie Mix

$2.49 Post Raisin Bran
$1.29 Hormel Chili Masters
$1.29 Hormel Chili Masters
-$5 mega savings
-$1.00/2 MFQ Chewy Granola Bars
-$1 MFQ Solo Plates

-$0.75 MFQ Quaker Cakes x 3

-$1.00 MFQ Krusteaz

-$2 MFQ Post Cereal
-$0.50 MFQ Hormel Chili
-$0.50 MFQ Hormel Chili
= $2.66 + tax

(saved $25.25 -- 91%)

Transaction #2$3.49 Electrasol Detergent
$3.49 Electrasol Detergent
$3.49 Electrasol Detergent
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Kraft Shreds
$1.99 Solo Plastic Plates
-$5 mega savings
-$2.50 MFQ Electrasol x 3
-$1/2 MFQ Kraft Cheese x 3
-$1 MFQ Solo Plates
= $7.90 + tax
(saved $36.80 -- 82%)

Target Deals (1/31 - 2/6)

Target has changed their system for printable coupons -- they are now each able to be printed twice per computer. Bring a reusable bag and get $0.05 credit per bag at checkout!

Some people have reported finding catalina machines at their Target!!! Has anyone seen this in Utah yet?

{Print the Target coupon policy HERE.}

$2.00 Kraft Cheese Shreds or Block, 8 oz
-$1/2 MFQ HERE or (SS 1/24)
= $1.50 each wyb 2

$2.49 Hershey's Pieces Candy
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/31) (this is regional)
= $0.49

$1.00 Sobe Lifewater
-$0.50 TQ HERE x 2
= $0.25 each wyb 2

$3.99 Dove Men's Bonus Backs
-$1.25 MFQ (RP 1/31)
= $1.74

$5.00 Axe Bonus Packs x 2
-$5 Target GC wyb 2
= $1.50 each wyb 2

$8.54 Scott Toilet Paper, 8-roll
= $6.54

$2.25 Nature Valley Nut Clusters
= $1.25

$2.98 Morningstar Farms Veggie Products
= $1.98

$1.89 Dannon Activia or Danimals
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/10)
= $0.89

$1.89 Nestle Juicy Juice
-$1/2 MFQ HERE
= $1.39 each wyb 2

$2.99 Peperidge Farm Swirl Bread or Bagels
-$0.50 MFQ (SS 1/10)
= $2.49

$2.50 Tostitos Tortilla Chips x 2
-$0.55/2 or $1/2 (January All You Magazine)
-$1/2 TQ HERE x
-$3.00 FREE dip wyb 2 bags of chips
= $1.00 - $1.15 each wyb 2 chips & 1 dip

$2.19 Bagel Bites
= $1.19

$2.49 Method Hand Soap
= $0.49

$2.69 M&M Bagged Candy x 3
-$1/3 TQ HERE
-$1/2 MFQ (RP 1/10)
= $2.02 each wyb 3

$1.25 Campbell's Chunky Beef & Bean Chili
-$1.50/3 or $1/3 MFQ HERE or (SS 1/3, SS 1/24) (regional)
= $0.75 each wyb 3

$2.50 Post-it Notes
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/10)
= $1.50

$9.99 Lysol Healthy Touch Starter Kit
-$3 MFQ (SS 1/24)
= $5.99

$1.57 Rolaids, 3 pack
-$4/2 MFQ (RP 10/4)
= 2 FREE

Walgreens Deals (1/31 - 2/6)

$1.99 Vitamin Schtik Lip Care
-$2 RR

$7.99 Blink Tears
-$1.50 MFQ HERE
-$8 RR
= $1.50 profit!

$10 Joint Juice
-$10 RR
= 2 FREE

$5.99 Scalpicin
-$1 MFQ
-$6 RR
= $1 profit!

$10.00 Zicam
-$7.00 RR
-$3 MFQ on product

2/$20 Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers
-$2 MFQ (P&G 12/27)
-$2 RR
= 2/$16

2/$5 Cheez-it Crackers or Rice Krispie Treats
-$2 RR wyb 2
-$1/2 MFQ Crackers (RP 12/13) or $1/2 MFQ Rice Krispies HERE
= $2/2

$0.89 Campbell's Condensed Soups (with in-ad coupon page 2)
-$0.40/2 MFQ (SS 12/13)
= $0.69 each wyb 2

$2/2 Toblerone Candybar
-$1 RR wyb 2
= $1.00/2

2/$6 Hershey's Bliss
-$1 RR wyb 2
-$1/2 MFQ HERE (use zip 30013)
= 2/$4

$7.99 Olay Total Effects Body Wash
$8.29 CoverGirl Exact Eyelights Eye Shadow
-$1 MFQ Bodywash (P&G 12/27, P&G 1/17)
-$8.29 FREE Eyeshadow wyb Body Wash (promotion)
= $6.99 for both

$8.99 Venus Embrace or Fusion Razor
-$4 RR
= $4.99

$5 DayQuil or NyQuil x 4
-$2 MFQ (P&G 1/17) x 4
-$10 RR
= $2.00/4

Spend $20 on participating products and get a $10 RR:
12-pack Pepsi 5/$15
2-liter Pepsi 4/$5
Tostitos, Doritos & Lays $2

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Rite Aid Deals (1/31 - 2/6)

Don't forget to use the $5/20 or $5/25 coupon this week.

{Print the Rite Aid coupon policy HERE.}

$7.99 AMO Complete or Blink Tears
-$2 MFQ (RP 1/31)
-$7.99 SCR
= $2 profit!

$2.99 Colgate Advanced Toothpaste
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/3) or HERE
-$2 SCR

3/$15 Aero, Triad or Miracle Profoot Insoles or Flex-Tastic
-$10 SCR wyb 3
-$2 MFQ Aero HERE x 3
= $1 profit wyb 3!

2/$5 Garnier Fructis Haircare
-$1 RAQ HERE x 2
-$1 MFQ (RP 1/10) x 2
= $0.50 each

$2.99 Always Pads
-BOGO MFQ (P&G 12/27) (expires 1/31)
= 2/$2.99

$9.99 Benefiber
-$3 SCR
-$2 MFQ (SS 1/10) or HERE
= $4.99

$9.99 Almay Foundation & Powder
-$2 SCR
-$1 MFQ HERE (MFQ with a small Target logo)
= $6.99

$4.49 Advil Pain Care
-$1 SCR
-$2 MFQ (RP 11/15, RP 1/31)
= $1.49

$19.99 Mucinex
-$2 SCR
-$1 MFQ (SS 1/17, SS 12/13)
= $15.99

$0.99 Chex Mix
-$1/2 RAQ HERE
= $0.49 each wyb 2

$2.44 Nestle Valentine Candy/Card Kits
= $1.44

Scenario #1:
$7.99 AMO Complete or Blink
$11.99 Huggies Pure & Natural
$2.99 Colgate Total
-$5/20 RAQ
-$2 AMO/Blink MFQ
-$2.50 Huggies MFQ (from last week)
-$1 Colgate MFQ
= $12.47 + tax
(And get back $12.99 SCR (there's a $3 Huggies SCR!)-- FREE diapers & toothpaste!)

Scenario #2:
$15 Aero Insoles x 3
$2.50 Garnier Shampoo
$2.50 Garnier Conditioner
-$5/20 RAQ
-$2 MFQ Aero x 3
-$1 MFQ Garnier x 2
-$1 RAQ Garnier x 2
= $7.00 + tax
(And get back $10 SCR -- FREE insoles & haircare!)

Scenario #3:
$7.99 Blink/Amo Complete
$2.99 Colgate
$2.50 Garnier Shampoo
$2.50 Garnier Conditioner
$6.49 Cottonelle Toilet Paper, 12-double roll
-$5/20 RAQ
-$2 Blink/AMO MFQ
-$1 Colgate MFQ
-$1 Garnier MFQ x 2
-$1 Garnier RAQ x 2
-$0.50 MFQ Cottonelle (SS 1/17)
-$1 RAQ Cottonelle HERE
= $8.97 + tax
(And get back $9.99 SCR -- FREE toilet paper & haircare!)

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