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Round 2 Back to School...
Need more school supplies for the kiddos? How about for the office? This mom needs it for both. There's more awesome deals this week at Office Depot.
3 Composition books
3 3pk glue sticks
1 ream multipurpose paper
Regular Price: uh... more than $7 :)
Sale: $6.37 (Paid out of pocket)
After rewards: $0.38
*the paper deal will give rewards at the end of the month for use beginning September.
To get the 1cent deals, you have to have a minimum purchase of $5, so here are some ideas I had in mind in case the other items were not there. The Office Depot Dry erase markers were out but they're $1 each and are perfect for the office or school.
Workshops such as these are worth thousands of dollars. I remember trying to register for one and it was just too much. I've had to resort to googling information and with the pros and cons all in the way, it was hard for me to make the decisions I wanted for my family's financial future.
These workshops helped me stay organized and focused and the people there were amazing!
Believing in their mission and vision, I, myself, have become a part of their cause to educate families. To help one person everyday and show them that there is a solution to their situation.
Whether it be debt to wealth or college to retirement planning, I became my own financial manager and am able to take control of my family's future and build a foundation that is strong and safe.
In support of the mission, I want to share this with my community and invite you all to their upcoming events.
If you are interested in joining me on this cause or have questions, please click HERE (Use code 30KEG) and together we will fight against poverty, financial illiteracy... with that, we must first begin with our own family - in our home.
Offer Up is one of my favorite places to get rid of things my family and I no longer need. So if you're looking to de-clutter your home or even offer services that you are skillfully talented in like baking or making leis and more, then utilize this free tool to save and earn some extra income. Or if you're looking for some great deals, then search in your local area.
"Other people's junk is some else's treasure."
Also, check out what I have in my shop. Today, I posted some hair color sprays. Snag it before someone else does.
Yes, it's that time of month! It's back-to-school season and the deals are in! Earlier this week, I went to Office Depot and picked up some one cent college paper for my son. I also snagged some awesome pencil deals and some crayons and colored ones too for the little ones at Walmart. Those are the two stores right now who have the best deals for back to school supplies. I'd like to say Staples, but personally, there's not a close one to my home to actually apply it.
This week Target has a bonus on kids apparel. Purchase $25 worth and get a $5 Target gift card; purchase $40 worth and get a $10 a Target gift card. You can find the coupon for this in this week's Target weekly ad or download the coupon into your Target cartwheel cart.
If your child goes to a school that requires uniforms, the collard tops are on sale for $5 and then bottoms are $10. Then, add the coupons and you've saved yourself at least $15 off. Wouldn't you like to use that $15 towards the school supplies? Reminder, Target price matches so go to guest services and compare. Keep in mind though, that if you price match, the coupon attached to that item is not valid per their policy.
I also got some snacks. Check out this Nabisco deal...
Buy 2 Nabisco Snak-Saks, 8 oz $2.12, regular price
Use 50% Off – Nabisco Cookies & Crackers, Target Cartwheel Offer (exp 8/5) – (cartwheel.target.com)
And use one $0.75/2 – Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Products 3.5 oz or larger from SS 6/25
Final Price: $0.69 each, when you buy 2
(I had 4 coupons, so I got 8 bags)
By the way, if you're looking for an awesome backpack. I found a five piece set down in the National City target area for $19.99. The boys had a limited option, but the girls had five different designs. Sorry I only to picture one. I didn't see these Styles in the Chula Vista Eastlake area and plaza Bonita.
At CVS -
Then off to CVS I went and this where I was able to save about 80%.
Regular total: $124.60
On sale: $93.80
With manufactured coupons: $53.01
With CVS red coupons: $51.01
With Extrabucks: $35.01
Minus (Unused $1 & $8 EBC)
Total paid: $26.01
To do this deal, I had to do two transactions:
2 A&W root beer
Get $1 ECB
Bought 6 Pantene Shampoo and Conditioners, 12-12.6 oz $4.00 each, when you buy 3, sale price through 8/5
Bought 2 Pantene Treatments $4.79, sale price through 8/5
Spend $30.00, Receive $10.00 Extrabucks through 8/5, Limit 1
Bought 2 Scope Mouthwash, 1 L $4.79, sale price through 8/5
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Extrabucks through 8/5, Limit 2
Bought 2 Oral-B Indictor Toothbrush, 2 ct $4.99, regular price
Buy 1, Receive $4.00 Extrabucks through 8/5, Limit 2
Used two $1.50/1 – Oral-B Manual Adult Toothbrush Twin or Multi-Pack from PG 7/30
Paid $6.98, Received $8.00 Extrabucks
Final Price: $1.02 Moneymaker
Garnier Fructis Shampoo & Conditioner, 12-12.5 oz $3.00 each, when you buy 2 OR $3.79 each, when you buy 1
Use $4.00/2 – Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner, Treatment or Styling Products from RP 7/30
Or $1.00/1 – Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment from RP 7/30
Final Price: $1.00 each, when you buy 2
**Note: I got 4 coupons so I got 8
Buy 1 Gillette Mach 3 Razor $5.99, sale price through 8/5
Use one $3.00/1 – Gillette OR Venus Razor from PG 7/30
Final Price: $2.99
*Note: I got 2 coupons so I got 2
1 $0.50 Dove chocolate (filler)
Then, I used the $10 and $6 extra bucks from Transaction 1. The $8 from the toothbrush and $1 ECB were not used.
Hope this helps. Keep in mind that the Proctor and Gamble coupons only allow two like coupons a day. Other coupons that don't have this kind of limitation can be used more per the store managers discretion.
Enjoy and happy shopping.