This is the end of the month and I wanted to make sure you knew that many of the printable coupons will be gone on by the 1st. So take a look and print the ones that you think you might need HERE.
Here is a list of organic coupons you can print this month ( thanks organic deals)
Starting next week at CVS there are some great deals you do not want to miss, thanks to Tara for the heads up on these deals!
Secret Flawless, Old Spice Fresh Collection, Gillette Clear Gel Deodorant, 2/$8
Get $1 ECB (Limit 2)
--Old Spice Fresh Collection
Get Old Spice Body Wash wyb Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Deodorant, 1.7oz or larger, exp. 6-30-10 (5/2/10)
Get Fresh Collection Deodoant wyb Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Deodorant, 1.7 oz or larger, exp. 6-30-10 (PG 5/2/10)
$1/2 Old Spice Deodorant or Body Wash, exp. 6-30-10 (PG 5/2/10)
--Gillette Clear Gel
$4/2 Gillette Deodorant or Body Wash, exp 5/31/10 (PG 5/2/10)
Buy (6) Old Spice Fresh Collection Deodorant at 2/$8
Buy (2) Old Spice Body Wash at $4.99
Use (2) $1/2 Old Spice Deodorant or Body Wash, exp. 6-30-10 (PG 5/2/10)
Use (2) Get Old Spice Fresh Collection Deodorant wyb Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Deodorant, exp. 6-30-10 (PG 5/2/10)
Use (2) Get Old Spice Body Wash wyb Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Deodorant, exp. 6-30-10 (PG 5/2/10)
$1.50 ea. after coupons and ECBs!
Gillette Venus Embrace or Breeze, $9.79
Get $6 ECBs (Limit 1)
$2/1 Venus bikini kit or Venus Embrace or Spa Breeze refillable razor, exp. 5-31-10 (PG 05/02/10)
$1.79 ea. after coupons and ECBs!
Get $2 ECBs Limit (1)
$2/1 Bengay Product, exp. 5-31-10 (RP 03/14/10)
$1.99 ea. after coupons and ECBs!
Right now when you purchase an adult ticket, you can also get a child ticket for just $5. This is a really great deal since an adult ticket is about $75 and a child's $50! The closest one to us is in San Antonio and it has been a really long time since we have been! Go here to read more about this offer.
Julia sent this great post she wrote about shopping at Costco without a membership. I thought it might be of interest to many of you. My Costco is pretty far away and I might only get out there once a year. So I have no reason for a membership. Plus, I have dropped my Sam's membership because I can do MUCH better couponing than the deals I get there. BUT, I do like the merchandise at Costco and it is fun to go. SO I am going to have to try Julia's advice and give it a try!
I had heard this from many people so I decided to go into Costco yesterday to verify it, sure enough it’s true! I asked at the customer service desk if this was true and the lady said absolutely and began to tell me the ins & outs. It was verified by several people behind the counter as she asked them for a few specific details.
Here is how you do it:
Purchase a Costco Cash Card (gift card) at the Customer Service desk, must be a minimum of $10.00. Use that gift card as your “member’s card” to get into the store. Shop as you normally would. When you go to pay, you pay first with your gift card but any remaining balance must be paid with cash or debit (no American Express). That’s it! You’ve just shopped at Costco for free and saved the $50 a year membership fees. Of course you don’t get the Costco Member benefits, cheap gas, etc but your items are still protected under Costco’s very generous return policy.
Of course my latest experience at Costco was shocking. The prices most assuredly did NOT make great deals. There were a few excepti0ns but for the most part shopping the sales with coupons and stocking up when the prices are rock bottom was a far better deal. Just remember Bulk is NOT always Better. I realize America has become ingrained in that myth, but it’s not true.
UPDATE: I’ve learned that you CAN buy gas with a cash card and you can also purchase liquor and use the pharmacy to fill prescriptions, all without a membership! We will absolutely be buying gas there again!