Friday, February 26, 2010

New Month- New CVS Gift-Card coupon to print

You'll want to print out and keep one of these in your wallet or purse
**$25 gift card coupon (with any prescription) exp. 3/31**
(I know it is for Rite-Aid)

This month I scored 2 $25 CVS giftcards by presenting one of these beauties when I went to pick-up prescriptions. My CVS pharmacy will take ANY competitors coupon and treat it as their own.

**I have pointed out to the pharmacy manager that this says it is for a transfer - and the manager still said that he would honor it for new prescriptions.

Check your CVS - It doesn't hurt to ask!

Read about how I always get paid $25 to get my prescriptions refilled.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Entertainment Book Deal

This is a great price for one of my favorite coupon books. I love my Entertainment Book. I keep it in the car with me, and rarely purchase restaurant food without it.
My Hubby and I use the B1G1 dinners for date nights.
For you Burleson-ites and Fort Worth-ers - You can enjoy $6 Movie Tavern coupons, B1G1 Sonic and Arby's coupons plus a bunch more.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

FREE Early Childhood resource

I was on the Kelloggs website getting some coupons and found these Cool Coloring pages - just print and you have some fun educational activities with your little ones!

Today is a great printable coupon day. Couponing 101 has all the links .

Monday, February 15, 2010

My favorite ways to save money

Since I have been doing this Work at Home Mommy thing for about a year now, I figured it was time I share some of my favorite tips on how to save money. Here you go -

1. Never pay for handsoap.
Right now Kroger has softsoap handsoap on sale for $.88 each. Go Here and print out the coupon for $.35 cents off (It's on the bottom right, and mistakenly says .40 off, but it prints out as .35).
Kroger will triple your 35 cent coupon (making it $1.05 off) even though the soap costs $.88. Thanks to Printable Coupons and Deals for supplying this link.

2. Always get a $25 giftcard when filling prescriptions
Click Here for the Rite Aid Transfer Coupon website. Keep 1 or 2 of these in your purse or wallet for the next time you have to pick up a prescription.

I almost always go to CVS to get my prescriptions filled because they ALWAYS honor competitors coupons in the pharmacy. CVS considers Rite Aid a competitor (even though there are none in TX). Each month, has a new $25 giftcard coupon online for each transfered prescription. CVS has ALWAYS honored this coupon for new prescriptions from me. I have even pointed the fine print out to the CVS Pharmacy Manager, and he has graciously approved this coupon as one they honor with new prescriptions. The coupon usually expires at the end of the month, which causes me to have to search for it whenever I have a prescription that needs to be filled.

3. Buy a Double Pack of Sunday Papers whenever they are available.
Then I take out the coupons (Red Plum, Smartsource, General Mills, Proctor & Gamble) and put them all together in a file folder labeled with that Sunday's date on it. I learned this method from ChaChing on a Shoestring. She organizes hers by type (Smartsource vs. RedPlum), whereas, I organize mine by week. That website has done a lot in the way of helping me learn to save $ since I became a surprise SAHM in 2009. Click Here for her filing method.

Marie A