Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Wednesday Blog Hop Skip & a Jump

I won a Scentsy!

If you don't enter blog give-aways, you really should. I just won a Scentsy Candle Warmer system from Rocket City Savings.

I don't enter a lot of give-aways, just ones that I think I'd like to win, but in the last few weeks I've won two different ones. This one and one for a VIOlight retainer/denture sanitizer from TMJ Hope. If I can do it, you can too. So next time you see a give-away on a blog and you think "I'll never win", go ahead and enter you might be surprised!

Oh and if you are local to Huntsville/ North Alabama, be sure to follow Rocket City Savings, Mendy posts some great deals for our area.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Follow Me Monday

This week I am participating in the Being Frugal & Having Fun Follow Me Monday blog hop. 


I definitely suggest you check out the hosts blog (and a few of the others in the hop.   Now for the fun part....

The Question of the Week:  Are you done Christmas Shopping?

Not quite, but I'm really close.  I had most of our Christmas shopping done before Thanksgiving thought about getting here, but there's always a few last minute things to pick up.  Are you done yet?

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Drug Store Deals 11/28-12/4

It looks like there are some really good deals going into this week at the drug stores.....

  • Scotch Tape (BOGO @ $1.99 w/ in-ad Q) - use (2) $1/1 Coupons from Publix Winter of Savings booklet to get 2/FREE
  • Scotch Mailing tape 2/$3 - use (2) $1/1 coupons from Publix Winter of Savings booklet to get 2/$1
  • Nyquil/Vicks $5 (get $5RR wyb 2) - use $4/1 Sinex coupon and $1.50/1 Dayquil/Nyquil coupon to make this a money-maker

  • Suave Deodorant .88 -.50 coupon = .33
  • Dawn .88 - .50/1 coupon = .38
  • Pantene $3.33 - $1/2 coupon = 2/$5.66
    • (Spend $20 on select P&G products get $5 ECB)

Rite Aid
  • Gillette Fusion Pro Glide razor $9.99 -$4 coupon from 11/28 newspaper (get $5+UP) = $1
  • Holiday bagged candy 2/$5 (get $2+UP wyb 2) -$1/2VV coupon = $1 each (can probably lower this with manufacturer Qs
  • Old Spice deodorant 2/$7 (get $2+UP wyb 2) = 2/$5

Other Deals to Make Use of while you are at it.....

$20 P&G Mail-in Rebate WYB $50 of participating beauty products (before coupons)
Rite Aid Gift of Savings - enter your reciepts on the Rite Aid website to get up to $20 back.

Kroger Mega Sale is BACK!

This coming week Kroger is doing another MEGA SALE (the buy 10 participating items, save $5 variety) and there's quite a bit on this sale worth checking out..... (prices listed are after the $5 off discount for buying 10 participating items)

  • Healthy Choice Steamfresh Meals $1.69
  • Marie Calendars Entrees (including Flavor Fresh Steamers) $1.69
  • Marie Calendars Pot Pies $1.39
  • Betty Crocker Brownie Mix .99
  • Bumble Bee tuna or salad kit .49
  • General Mills cereals (select varieties) $1.79
  • Hunts tomatos and tomato sauce .99
  • Kraft Shells & Cheese or Deluxe Mac & Cheese $1.29
  • Degree or Dove Deodorant $1.50
  • Dove Mens Body Wash $2.75
  • Gillette or Old Spice deodarent $3
    •  e-coupon on Kroger.com for $1/1
  • Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash $3
    • e-coupon available on Kroger.com for $2/2
There are quite a few more deals in this sale, these are just some of the ones that caught my eye.  For the full ad with coupon match-ups be sure to check out: I heart Kroger

Thursday, November 25, 2010

WARNING!! Jingle Cash vs Register Rewards (Walgreens)

If you haven't already found out on your own, Jingle Cash is not the same as Register Rewards at Walgreens.  Usually with RR you can "roll" them, meaning you can buy the items, get the register rewards then go back and use those RR to get the same items.  You can't do that with Jingle Cash. 

I found this out the wrong way after heading back to Walgreens to grab seconds of some of the items we'd gotten earlier this morning.  I used my Jingle Cash from the first purchase to pay for the second purchase and because of this I didn't get Jingle Cash for the second set of items.  So, I'll be taking a few things back after the weekend is over.

This really kind of irked me, so if you haven't already made your Walgreens trip this weekend, beware!  That said, my local Walgreens had PLENTY of the items that you can get free via Jingle Cash.  If you don't see them in their usual locations check endcaps or ask a salesperson.  Each of the two Walgreens I went into had them in different places but they had pretty much all of the Jingle Cash items together.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Black Friday/ Cyber Monday Madness

I'm over it. I've combed the ads and I really don't see anything that's so special as to make me want to get out of bed (or not go to bed). There was really only one thing I was interested in and I've already ordered it off of Amazon (it will arrive on Friday).

I may still run out tomorrow for some of the great drugstore deals, but knowing my luck the items I want will be sold out before I get there...lol.

I've never been a big Black Friday shopper, maybe it's because I don't have kids, maybe it's because I don't care about buying things I don't need/want, even if they are a really great deal.  I've already done the bulk of our Christmas shopping this year. That was easy since we aren't really buying much for anyone, including each other.  This year it's more important for us to save money (by not spending it at all) than to get great deals on things we don't need.

All that said, there are two places I may try to go on Friday....

Bath & Body Works - I can always use more bubble bath and I really want the VIP tote they are selling for $20 with a $40 purchase.  I considered buying it online, but the whole "can't be combined with another code" AND having to pay shipping kinda killed that idea (it's available online today btw).  As long as the stores still have the buy 3 get 2 Free on Signature Collection items going tomorrow, I'll probably get it.

Target? - I saw a couple of different places have really good deals on picture frames tomorrow. Target is one of them. I need to go back through the ads again to see who else had them.  We've got a picture project we are doing in our living room and we need frames for it, so if I can get 10 frames for $12, that's a bit hard to pass up.

Wednesday Blog Hop

I love these blog hops as they are a great way to find other interesting couponing & money saving blogs that I didn't know about.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

All In One Photo Printer Deal

Office Depot has this deal on the Epson Artisan 810 AIO.  I bought this printer probably 6 months or so ago at Best Buy and have been quite happy with it. I chose it over other AIO's available at the time mainly because it was rated well and because it was one of the only ones that still uses 5 different ink cartridges (whereas most are moving back to just 4).  This is no longer the newest model on the market, so the discount makes sense and I'm sure you can beat their regular price online somewhere, but from what I've read this is the best price for this item right now.

I will say I have one complaint about this machine.  It's really not made for lots of low end printing (the way I've been using it lately).  It doesn't want to take as much paper as I think it should at once, and if I load too much it declares paper jam and has me running back up the stairs to see what's going on (I've since learned to load the paper, press start and wait to see if it's going to print before I leave the room).

Ink use has been quite reasonable (despite the complaints I'd read online before buying it).  It's actually much better on ink than the HP AIO I had previously.  Wireless setup on this thing is super simple, as well.

FREE Books

yeah, I know... that's what the library is for. But, I don't like to be locked into their terms... and sometimes I like to own my books.  So, I'm all about finding ways to get to own my books for little to not cost.

Until I discovered better options, I would just shop the clearance rack at my local Barnes & Noble or Books-A-Million, but now I've found better ways.

1. PaperbackSwap.com - There are a few sites like this out there, but this one is TOTALLY FREE.  The only thing you pay is shipping when you send a book out to another member.  When you sign up they automatically give you 1 free credit and then another after you list so many books (I think it's 10) that you are willing to pass on to others.  Then when someone wants one of your books, you take it off the shelf, package it up and send it out (paying the shipping).  In exchange for that book you sent someone else, you get a credit to request a book from someone else (FREE of charge).  They even let you print the postage directly from their site (there is a small fee for loading postage credit, but if you want to make a run to the post office that's free).  I love this site!

2. Read it Forward - I just found out about this site a couple of months ago and I've already gotten one book for free through it.  It's sort of a contest/sweepstakes site for books.  About once a month they post a new book that they are offering up and you enter your info. If you are chosen, they send you the book.  Then once you read it you can post it on paperbackswap and trade it for another book :)

Time Saving Mode

I've been raving about Remember the Milk to everyone I've talked to this week. I found it via another blog and now I'm sharing it with you.  This is a FREE (yes, FREE) online ToDo List.  Since it's online you can access it from any computer. You can also add list items by emailing yourself (from your phone, perhaps).  And for just a few bucks ($25/yr, I think) you can upgrade to the PRO account, which will let you integrate with your smart phone (Iphone, Android, Blackberry, etc).

I've only been using this program for a few days and it just keeps getting better each time I use it.  You can set up events that repeat on a regular basis, and even include notes within them (ie. your grocery list within the reminder to get groceries).  Time IS money as they say and Remember the Milk saves you both!

New CoffeeMate Coupon

If you drink as much coffee as we do you'll like this one.

$1/1 Coffee Mate Coupon - just go to their Facebook Page and Click the Coupon tab, or just click here. You should be able to print it twice.

This week the Coffee Mate is on sale at Walgreen BOGO for $2.49 (so after the coupon it would be .50 for 2). It's also on sale 4/$5 as part of the Yellow Advantage Sale at Publix (giving you the same after coupon cost). If you haven't already printed it (and if it's still available to you) you may also be able to get this $1.50/1 coupon (which would give you at least 1 for free - I think it will also let you print it twice).  If you can get both then you can get 4 bottles for just .50!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Blog Hops

Follow the link below for some more great bloggy action :)


Why Wait for Black Friday?

When you can get the deal now?

There was really only one item I was interested in this year and that is a wi-fi ready blu-ray player.  This one is the same one that Target has listed as a doorbuster on Black Friday $99, and it's already available on Amazon.com for $99.98.  I'd say not dealing with the crowds is worth well more than a dollar to me... and since I can get free shipping on it on Amazon (with my prime account) which will have it here on Friday, all the better.

If there is something you are wanting this year, check out Amazon.com now. They've been matching many of the major retailer Black Friday ad prices since last week and have really ramped up their Black Friday sales starting today.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

How Do You Organize Your Coupons?

When I first started couponing I actually made my own coupon organizer.  I took a standard letter size plastic folder and cut it down and used packaging tape to move relocate the tie.  It wasn't super deep and I made the dividers out of recycled folders, but it worked. 

I only had about a half dozen or so categories set up in it and it was getting to the point where I just needed something that gave me a little more room.  Another issue I was having with it is that I typically keep our grocery cash in the organizer when I'm shopping and I kept losing loose change out the holes on the sides.  So, last week when I was at Hobby Lobby and they didn't have the item I'd gone in there with my 40% off coupon to get and I saw coupon organizers on display I decided to pick one up.  I hate it!

On the surface, it seemed like it would be so much better than the one I had. The accordian style allowed it to expand further.  It has a hard pocket in the front providing a place to store my cash while shopping, as well as a pen and whatever else I might want to put in there.  But, here it is a week later and the thing is already tearing up.  The plastic this organizer is made out of us is a much harder plastic than the one I'd made, because of this it doesn't want to stay open when I open it and it's harder to open, in general, when I want to get into it.  The accordion style makes it want to flip over when it is left open (unless it's sitting up against something to keep it from doing so).

So give me some suggestions.  What do you use to organizer your coupons?  While I do typically pull out the coupons I will be using for a shopping trip so that they are separate,  I do like to have all my coupons with me just in case I find a deal I wasn't expecting when I get to the store.  So, I need something that will hold them all without being a suitcase (I've seen a few organizers that are pretty huge), but I also have enough coupons that I can't get away with the smallest organizers that don't expand either.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Hamburger Helper Coupon

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I'm participating in "Read My Feed" weekend. Be sure to click the link above to find other great blogs about saving money!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Wow! Black Friday Deals!

I don't particular need these items... but these are some good deals!

 - - HP Photosmart All-in-One Wireless Printer $69.99 (I had this printer prior to the Epson I have now and I really liked it.  The only reason I didn't get another one is that they changed the ink so that it no longer has the 5 color cartridges.  The Epson does a lot better on ink, imo, but for this price I'd buy the HP in a heartbeat!)

Best Buy
- - Nsignia Blu Ray WiFi Blu Ray Player $89.99
- - Itunes $50 Gift Card for $40 (in case you missed the $50 gc for $30 at Walmart earlier this month)
- - Verizon Droid Incredible $1 (with 2yr contract - new or upgrade)
- - Logitech Harmony 650 Remote $49

Wal-Mart (electronic deals start at 5am on Friday, everything else starts at 12:01am)
- - Magnavox Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player $59
- - 8GB Ipod Touch $225 (plus get a $50 Wal-mart gift card)
- - LG Blu-ray Player (wi-fi sold separately) $94
- - HP Photosmart Plus wireless all in one $74
- - HP AIO Wireless printer (all in one) $44
- - Philips SonicCare Essence toothbrush $37.74
- - Set of 10 picture frames (or 12 opening montage frame) $7
- - Brother Limited Edition project runway sewing machine $50
- - Sony Blu-Ray disc player (wi-fi adapter sold separately) BD270 $ 94 (Saturday Only)
- - Sony Blu-Ray disc player (with wi-fi) BD570 $158 (Saturday Only)
- - Justin Beiber cd $10 (just threw that in there to see if you were paying attention)

- - Nivea for Men Shave Gel - $2.99 - $2.99 RR FREE after register reward
- - Colgate Toothpaste - $2.99 - $2.99 RR = FREE after register reward
(There's a ton of these type of deals, so be sure to check out the ad)

- - Free $10 gift card when you spend $100 between 4am-10am Black Friday
- - Ipod Touch - $225 (plus get $30 Target gift card)
- - Sony Wireless Ready Blu Ray player BDP-S370 - $99

- - Craftsman 10in Table Saw w/ steel stand - $89
- - 50% OFF Dyson Floor Cleaners

There are a ton of great deals this Thanksgiving weekend, the one thing I want is a wifi Blu Ray player that will play Netflix.  It looks like the best deals are on those and on printers (if you want/need a wireless printer this is the time to get one).  I'll be interested to see what the Cyber Monday deals look like on these two items.

To check out all the Black Friday Ads, go to http://www.blackfriday.info

Massive Coupon GiveAway

I posted this last week but the winner never claimed the prize.  So the first person to email me (drunkitty 2000 at Yahoo) with their mailing address will get a pretty massive envelope of coupons.  Some of them expire pretty soon so I really want to get them out to someone so they can be used.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Drugstore Deals 11/14-11/21

Puffs facial tissue.89 (with in ad coupon) - .25 coupon = .64
Green Giant veggies .59/each (with in ad coupon) - .50/2 coupon = .59/2
Epsom salt 3lb - 2/$3 (with in ad coupon)
Infusium Shampoo or conditioner $5.99 - $3RR - $1coupon = $1.99

Palmolive .99 - .50 coupon = .49
Vaseline lotion $6 - $1.50 ECB - $1 coupon = $3.50
Domino sugar $2.99 - .40 coupon = $2.50
Aussie/ Herbal Essence hair products $2.99 - $2ECB - .50 coupon = .49 (limit 1)
(if you have the $2 off clairol family product coupon from last week's P&G insert, that will make this a better deal)

Rite Aid
Aussie/ Herbal Essence hair care $2.99 - $2+UP - .50 coupon = .49
(you can also use the $1/2 coupon, depending on the +UP limit, or use the same deal listed above for CVS)
Libby's Pumpkin, Carnation Evap Milk, Green Giant Veggies - 10/$10 - $4+UP (wyb 10) - .55 carnation coupon - .50/2 Green Giant coupon
Ghiradelli Squares 2/$5 - $1+UP - $1/2 Coupon = 2/$3
Dayquil/Nyquil $3.99 - $1+UP -$1Dayquil/Nyquil coupon (there was one of each in the P&G insert last week) = $1.99 each
Advil Cold & Sinus (part of Buy 5 and save $10) - $1/1 Advil C&S or Advil Congestion coupon (not sure what the limit is on buying products with pseudoephadrine)
French's French Fried Onions 2/$3 - $1+UP - (2).50 coupons = 2/$1

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Kraft Mac & Cheese Game & Coupon

Have fun playing this spin to win game on the Kraft website and pick up your free coupon while you are there.  You can keep playing till you get the coupon(s) you want.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Coupon GIveAway Winner!

Shanee is the winner of my latest give-away.  Shanee, if you will please email me your mailing address I will get said coupons (and some other sample size items) out to you ASAP.

drunkitty2000 at yahoo

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Just Because it's a Deal doesn't mean it's a GOOD Deal

Lots of websites are doing these "Daily Deal" email alerts, along the same lines as Amazon's Gold Box Deal.  I've noticed that many bloggers seem to get caught up in sharing these deals, as if just because they exist they are a good deal.  One that I noticed recently that got a lot of play was a Wal-mart deal on a printer.  Even I got caught up in that one, I mean an All-in-One printer for just $30? But then I looked a little harder and found that it wasn't that good of a deal.  The regular price on Amazon was only $40 and I found other websites where you could easily get the same printer for $30-$35.  Granted the shipping from Wal-mart was a super cheap .97, but still.  Then I looked a little harder and realized that this was one of those printers where to replace the ink cartridges would cost you as much as a new printer.  Granted at only $30, it's hard to find ink for much cheaper, but the ink cartridges on this printer were a little high, IMO.

I've seen other deals that were along the same lines, and the moral of the story is don't get caught up in "deal" adrenaline.  Do some research before you buy and make sure that item you are buying is really worth spending ANY money on.  You also may want to ask yourself the question, "Do I really need this?".  I have to ask that question a lot when I see something that seems like a really great deal.  I mean, yeah, if you are going to give it to me for free I'll take it.  But, do I really want to spend my money on this?

Another thing in this same category that I see a lot, are all these survey sites, etc.  Remember that nothing in life is really free.  At the very least you are giving them your contact information.  Check the privacy policy.  Who are they passing your info on to?  What is the real price for all that free stuff?  Is your time really worth so little?  There are a handful (if not more) of these survey sites that will have you jumping through hoops just to get a "free sample" of something.  Chances are it's something you don't even need anyway.  And even if it is something you'll use, is it really worth that 10 minutes (or more) of your time? Aren't there better things you could have used your time for? (like reading this blog?lol).  I could easily be on the computer 24/7 filling out surveys and such just to get free items or get $5, etc.  And maybe for some it's worthwhile to do that.  Just make sure you ask yourself the question before you spend the time, and that you really think about what you are trading for what you are getting.  Is it really worth it? Is it really a good deal?

Rite Aid

Ok, so I got to Rite Aid yesterday to find that the sale ad at the store was different than the sale ad online.  This isn't unusual for Rite Aid, but it made me a little unhappy since two of the major deals I wanted to pick up were not on sale here (the Nivea and the Halls cough drops).  The upside was that in the in-store ad was another of the "transfer a prescription get a $25 gc" coupon.  The coupon is good until Nov. 20.

I've noticed that most of the time if our local stores are running this coupon that the Rite Aid ad does not show up in the paper.  That said, I'm now up to about $125 in gift cards from Rite Aid for transferring prescriptions (yes I take a lot of prescriptions). 

Another upside to shopping (and getting your prescriptions filled) at Rite Aid is their points program. Each dollar you spend earns you a point and you get 25 points for each prescription you fill.  As those points add up so do your discounts.  There are a few levels of discounts with the final one being 20% off all of your purchases.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Walgreens Deal of the Day

Walgreens has joined the fun of online Daily Deals.  If you sign up they send the deal directly to your email inbox each day.  Today's deal was right up my alley.  Funny how things work out like they should. 

Hubby and I have been using the Sonicare toothbrushes for a couple of years now and love them. The leave your teeth feeling so much cleaner and the proof is in the pudding when you go to the dentist and your cleaning goes by so much faster with so much less scraping.  Anyway, hubby's toothbrush died yesterday and I have a feeling mine is probably not far behind.  I'd been planning to check prices on them this week to get (at least) him a replacement toothbrush. But, thanks to Walgreens I was able to get us both one for about the price I'd normally pay for just one.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Me Thinks I'll Give You Something

I gots a bunch more coupons that I'm not going to use, everything from baby/kid stuff to make-up to food and everything else.  All from the last two weeks newspaper inserts (including P&G), also a few from the Nov issue of ALL YOU.  While I'm at it I'll throw in a few random samples that we won't put to use around here.  If you'd like to win this just follow my blog (either on blogger, via email, or on network blogs - on facebook) and then comment on this post or on another post to let me know you are here.  I'll pick a winner at random on Thursday morning.

Making Friends Monday

If "Making Friends Monday" is what brought you here (or not) please comment below. I'll be giving away something this week to someone who comments on my blog (more details to follow).

Drugstore Deals for 11/7-11/13

These are the deals I'll be grabbing this week at the drugstores.....

  • Domino Sugar $1.89 (with in-ad coupon) - .75 manufacturer coupon = $1.14
  • Betty Crocker Cake Mix - .89
  • Betty Crocker Frosting 2/$3
    • Manufacterer coupon for .75 purchase of cake mix & frosting = $1.76 for both
  • Schick Xtreme 3 4pk $5.99 - $3RR - $3 Coupon (from Smartsource.com) = FREE
  • Degree deodorant 2/$5 - $2RR (wyb2) - (2) $1off coupons (printable) = 1/$1

  • Gain dish detergent .99 - $1 coupon = FREE
  • Glade products $2.50 - $3ECB (wyb $10worth) - $3/3 coupon (from Right@Home) = 4/$4

Rite Aid
  •  Nivea Mens Body Wash $3.99 - $1+UP - $3 off coupon = FREE
  • Oral B Cross Action toothbrush $2.99 - $2.99+UP - .75 coupon = (.75 profit)
  • Halls cough drops 2/$3 - $1+UP - $1/2 coupon (AllYou Nov) - .50/1 VV coupon (Oct) - .50/1 VV coupon (Nov) = 2/FREE
  • Ajax dish detergent .88 - .50 coupon = .33

Costco Members: Last Day to use your Coupons!

If you are a Costco member and you get the monthly packet of coupons, your coupons expire today!

There were some really great coupons in the packet including $4 off of the 40pk of Orville Redenbachers single serve popcorn (making it only $4.99 for 40 packs).

Also $3 off , Dove soap 14 bars, if I remember right that makes 14 bars for like $9 (it may be less, I'll be by there today to check and use that coupon).

Friday, November 5, 2010

Free Schick Xtreme 3 Razors at Walgreens Next Week

  • 4pk Schick Xtreme 3 Razors Free at Walgreens next week.  If you don't already have the $3 off 4pk coupon, you can print it off here
    • Walgreens Price $5.99
    • -$3 coupon
    • $3 Register Reward = FREE
- note - I found these on clearance at Kroger this past week for $3.14.

Nivea for Men Body Wash - Free at Rite Aid next week!

Yup FREE!  And these ain't no little bottles of body wash.  We picked them up for free at Walgreens a couple of weeks ago when they were 2/$5 (free after coupons) and I'll be picking up a couple more at Rite Aid this week.

$3.99 - $3/1 coupon (printable coupon which is probably no longer available if you didn't get it already) -$1+UP = FREE

Happy is in the Mail

  • Just got a pair of free socks in my mail.  Free stuff in the mail makes every day feel like Christmas.
  • Just saw this great deal on buy.com - don't miss it, especially if you are a fan of Burt's Bees.  The lip balm alone would be $2.99 and this travel pouch comes stocked with all kinds of stuff.  I just ordered two!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

$4 off $20 Purchase at CVS

Now through Sunday, use this coupon to get $4 off a $20 purchase at CVS


Rite Aid Money Maker Trip

I hadn't planned to come out this well from this trip, but it worked out quite well in the end.

  • 2 Pantene conditioners (sale price 2/$7)
  • 1 80ct Bounce dryer sheets (sale price $2.99)
  • 1 24 ct Advil ($4.29)
  • 1 Reach floss (on sale for .99)
  • 1 Dulcalax 7 day dose ($7.49)
Used the following Coupons:
  • $4 off $20 purchase
  • Free Advil coupon ($4.29)
  • Free Dulcalax (took off $8)
  • $1 off Reach Floss
  • $2 off 2 Pantene
  • .25 off Bounce
Total OOP (after tax) $5.31 (used GC received for transferring prescription)

Received $3 in +UP Rewards (for Pantene & Bounce purchase)

There was a hangtag on the Dulcalax to send in for a $5 rebate  = $3 Money Maker!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

$35 for $50 Itunes Gift Card

This weekend Wal-mart begins the first of their pre-Black Friday sales.  This weekend's sales will focus on electronics and there are several deals to be had.  The big one (IMO) is the $50 Itunes card for just $35.  If you are an Itunes fan then you know it's rare to find any sort of deal on these things.

I'm not a fan of Wal-mart and avoid it like the plague, but even I might be convinced to hit up Wal-mart this weekend for this sweet deal.  (Available Sat & Sun, Nov. 6 & 7).