Here are the deals that are going on this week:
If you’re looking to expand your movie collection, visit Blockbuster.com and click on “Buy.” When you go to check out, use code augappreciation and get $10 off a purchase of any new or previously viewed DVD. They are also offering free shipping on previously viewed DVDs! This offer expires 0n 9/1/08.
The CVS deals for the week can be found here:
Today (8/24) is the last day of the Circle of Friends sale (30% off your total purchase). If you are buying anything from “baby” lines (0-3 months through 5T), DO NOT buy anything that is full retail price now. The Baby Sale should start on 9/3 and everything up to $20 will be priced at $10 and everything over $20 will be priced at $20. You can use the 20% off coupon from this month’s Parenting magazine to get an even better deal! Also, the Labor Day sale should start sometime this weekend. You will get an additional 20% off clearance prices.
The $5 off $20 Nestle purchase goes through this week. Other deals can be found here:
24 count crayons and pocket portfolios for a penny!
Lots of items for buy 2, get the third for a penny: Crayola crayons/markers/colored pencils, Bic pens/mechanical pencils/markers/correction tape, Sharpie markers/highlighters, Expo dry erase markers
TARGET: I have gotten incredibly cheap now that I have a stockpile of things from Walgreens and CVS, so I don’t see any “screaming” deals that I am going to run out for.
The Pop Tarts that I mentioned last week would still be a good deal (pricing may vary, but at my store, they are $1.79. With the $1/2 manufacturer’s coupons and the .50/1 Target printables, they end up being .79/each) If you have multiple manufacturer’s coupons, you could buy 10 and do the Kellogg’s mail in rebate for $10 and make $2.10 buying Pop Tarts.
All of the kid/adult underwear and socks are on sale, so now is a good time to stock up on those if you need them.
There are Back to School t-shirts for $4, polos for $5, and jeans for $7.
They have lots of storage bins and storage pieces on sale ($3.78-14.99)
You can get a $5 Target card when you buy Viva paper towels (priced at $14), Scott toilet paper (priced at $14), a box of Huggies diapers (priced at $18.99), or Cottonelle toilet paper (priced at $13)
Target partyware is 2/$5 and there is a $3/15 coupon on afullcup.com, so if you need paper plates and plastic cups, it’s not a bad deal.
*Dawn dish soap – 99 cents with in ad coupon – use your .50/1 P&G coupon for .49 dish soap
*Edy’s/Dreyer’s ice cream – 2/$5 (not too bad, and better if you have coupons)
*Power Ade – 89 cents – use your $1/1 coupons if you still have them
*Ball Park franks – 2/$4 (use your $1/2 coupon)
*Peter Pan peanut butter – 3/$5 – use your $1/1 from All You magazine = .66 peanut butter!
*Trident Xtra Care – .99 – there were coupons for .75/1 recently
*Reynold’s Wrap – .89 – there are coupons out there for $1/1, .75/1, .55/1 and $1/2 – makes for cheap or free foil!
*Glade scented oil warmer – $4.79 (BOGO store deal) – use the $4/1 Glade coupon and then send in the MIR for $2 for each one. Make $3.21!
*Huggies – $9.49, get $2 RR (use $1/1 coupon) – don’t forget to save your receipt to submit to Caregivers!
**Don’t forget to submit your August EasySaver Rebate receipts! There are “double dip” days this week (8/29 and 8/30). I have never done this before, but the details can be found here:
**If you haven’t gotten your Kellogg’s rebate yet, the RR are still printing through 8/30. There are still cereals on sale 4/$10 and Pop Tarts, Rice Krispie treats, etc. on sale 2/$4. You get a $5 RR when you spend $10.
Many stores also have their Walgreens diapers marked down to $5.99 (they are reported to be in a red and white package). Use the $5/2 coupon in the Easy Saver catalog and get diapers for $2.99/each. I haven’t tried these personally, but people on message boards I visit have reported that they like them.