CVS: Irish Spring Body Wash $.32 each!

This week you can score Irish Spring Body Wash for just $.32 each WYB 3 after coupons and ECB’s

  • Here’s The Deal:
    (3) Irish Spring Body Wash: $11.97
    -(3) $1/1 Irish Spring Printable
    -(1) $3/$10 Body CVS Coupon (Coupon Machine)
    Total: $5.97-Get $5 ECB
    Like Getting for $.97 or $.32 each WYB 3
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Printable Coupons: Kellogg’s, Snuggle & More!

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Target: Get Deal on Scrubbing Bubbles & Clorox!

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  • Here’s The Deal: (3) Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner Trigger Sprays: $8.97 ($2.99 each ) (2) Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaners:  $3.98 ($1.99 each) -5% Off Scrubbing Bubbles Bath Cleaners Target Cartwheel -(3). 50/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom cleaning 1/8 SS) -(2) .50 off one Clorox Liquid Toilet Bowl cleaner Total: $9.95 – $5 Target Gift Card = $4.95 or five or .99 per item after coupons & gift card
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How To Save On Fresh Fruits & Vegetables (Vallarta)

vallartaLooking to save on fresh fruits and vegetables?  Rather than your big box stores like Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons, take a look at your local ethnic stores.  In my area we have a Vallarta and Superior Grocery Store that sells fresh fruits and vegetables at prices well below the other stores. The good thing about this is that no coupons are required. This week Vallarta has:

  • Avocados: 4/$1 (Wednesday Only)
  • Bell Peppers: 7/$1 (Wednesday Only)
  • Cucumber: 7/1$
  • Sweet Corn: 3/$1
  • Salad Tomatoes: 2lbs./$1

Shopping for your fresh fruits fruits and vegetables at your local stores can help with your grocery cost.  You can also take your ads to walmart and price match.

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Food 4 Less: Colgate Toothpaste $.49

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This week you can score Colgate toothpaste for just $.49 at Food4Less

  • Here’s The Deal:
    (1) Colgate Toothpaste: $1
    -$.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 1/1 SS or Printable
    Total: $.49
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Let’s Start Couponing! Collecting Coupons & Getting Them Organized

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Couponing can be a little overwhelming in the beginning as there are so many questions that you need answered; Where do I find those coupons?  How much time does it take?  Do you really save money?  When I’m out shopping I run into people who want to start but just don’t know where or how.  I guess before we start, you need to understand that you will not save 90% off your grocery bill every time you go shopping; everything you will grab will not be FREE.  Couponing is about saving.  So any savings is a good thing and over time, you will start saving more and more.  I have been using coupons for about 8 years.  Believe it or not, couponing was not always easy for me.  I have started and stopped couponing many times before it actually stuck.  I would only clip coupons here and there,  I was very brand loyal and I would only save a few dollars each time…to me it just wasn’t worth it.  But even if you saved $5-$10 per week off your grocery bill, that’s a savings of $260-$520 per year.  I can think of many things to do with that extra money! 

So I guess we can answer the question on where to start?  What do I need to do first?  The first thing to do to get started with couponing is to start collecting coupons.  But where do you get them? If you haven’t noticed, coupons are everywhere.  They are attached to products that you buy, you may find some on display at the store, they are in your Sunday paper, you can find some on the internet and you can even find some on your phone.  So when I say they are everywhere, there is no excuse to not save money and pay full price for products. Coupons are not just for food and hygiene products but for home decorations, clothes and entertainment.  You can start by reading Where To Find Coupons to assist in collecting your coupons. Majority of my coupons are printable coupons and those collected from the Sunday Paper.

If you start printing coupons, collecting the Sunday paper and even grabbing those off products-you will need to find a way to store them.  There are many ways to organize and store your coupons.  I remember when I first started, I used a plain white envelope.  Boy did that get old fast!!.  The envelope tore, coupons fell out and it was easily torn.  So I  switched to a small accordion organizer that could fit in my purse.  It worked for a awhile but could only hold so many coupons before I was unable to close it.  I now use a binder system that works very well for me.  Check out all the ways to store and organize your coupons to determine which one will work best for you.

The key to successful couponing is to be consistent with collecting and organizing your coupons.  Once you have started, you will be ready to shop and saving money.  Make sure to subscribe to my newsletter(to right corner of the home page) to stay up to date on any deals and coupons that are available.

 

 

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Walgreens: Free Black Forest or Trolli Candy-No Coupons Needed!

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This week you can score FREE Black Forest or Trolli candy at Walgreens.

  • Here’s The Deal:
    (1) Black Forest or Trolli Candy: $1.50
    Total: $1.50-Get $1.50 RR
    Like Getting FREE
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CVS: Coke or Pepsi 12pks $2.22 Each-No Coupons Needed!

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This week, CVS has Pepsi and Coke 12pks priced 3/$10.  Also when you spend $30, you get $10 in ECB’s

  • Here’s The Deal:
    (9) Coke or Pepsi 12pk: $30
    Total: $30-Get $10 ECB
    Like Getting for $20 or $2.22 per 12pk
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New Printable Coupons: Dove, Schick & More!

Printable Coupons

$1.00 off any 2 SPAM Products
$3.00 off one Zantac
$3.00 off one Zantac
$3.00 off one Dulcolax
$3.00 off one Dulcolax
$1.50 off one Breathe Right
$4.00 off one Florastor
$6.00 off one Florastor
$0.55 off one Finish Dishwasher Detergent
$1.00 off one Febreze Fabric Refresher
$1.00 off one Dove Body Wash or Foam product
$3.00 off one Schick Quattro for Women
$1.00 off one Dove Bar 4pk or larger product

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California Water H2O Challenge-Calling all Teachers!

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What is the California Water H20 Challenge?
It is a FREE friendly competition that teaches kids to care about our water…but it is done classroom style. Cal Water H2O Challenge is a project-based, environmentally-focused competition for classrooms, grades 4-6. Cal Water H2O Challenge offers a unique opportunity for upper elementary teachers to facilitate their students’ learning of standards-based content, while developing the core understanding of environmental principles necessary to becoming science-literate citizens.
But wait.  What’s a friendly challenge without prizes..
Winners of the Cal Water H2O Challenge will receive:
  • Grand Prize Class Celebration: Classroom tent-camping trip to the Santa Monica Mountains with NatureBridge Class Funding: $3,500 grant Extras: Cal Water prize packs for every student.
  • 2nd Place Class Celebration: A Pizza Party Class Funding: $2,500 grant Extras: Cal Water prize packs for every student
  • 3rd Place Class Funding: $2,000 grant Extras: Cal Water prize packs for every student
  • 4th Place Class Funding: $1,000 grant Extras: Cal Water prize packs for every student
  • All Participant Prizes Student Recognition: An official certificate of participation for every student
  • Teacher Recognition: A teacher certificate Teacher Gift: An AMEX gift card
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How do you get started?
Registration for the Cal Water H2O Challenge ends on January 31, 2017.
  • The students of participating classrooms initiate, develop, and implement a 4-8 week-long project (or longer at teacher discretion), focusing on caring for water. This class-based project explores water as a global resource and as a local resource, while tackling a local water problem in an individual and community-based endeavor.
  • Curriculum Alignment: Cal Water H2 O Challenge was designed in collaboration with the WestEd / K-12 Alliance to ensure an educationally sound curriculum that aligns with Common Core State Standards and is complementary to the Next Generation Science Standards. In aligning the curriculum, sample lesson plans were developed incorporating these guidelines
  • Project-Based Learning: Developed with the help of the WestEd / K-12 Alliance and the North American Association for Environmental Education, the project-based learning model offers an effective and engaging manner to inspire students to get involved with community action while achieving curriculum standards.
  • Objective Rubric: Judging of the competition will be conducted by a panel of experts working in education and/or an environmental field and will use an objective rubric, developed with the help of the West Ed / K-12 Alliance. This rubric evaluates the water topic choice, project goals, action plan, and outcomes, long term benefits, integration with student learning and curriculum, student participation, impact on student learning, presentation, and impact on teacher practice.
  • For more information, check out last year’s video: https://youtu.be/L2rockpESbo.   To learn more about the challenge, access the resource center, and read the FAQ section at challenge.calwater.com.
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