Eric from RiteAid’s PR department wanted to let you know that this Thursday through Saturday (2/25-2/27), there will be a sale for buy one, get one half off on all regularly priced Rite Aid brand products. (No minimum purchase required; while supplies last; no rainchecks; discount on product of lesser or equal value.)
Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is GAP, which is giving 8% cash back (instead of the usual 4%). There are quite a few sale items, although the discounts aren’t that steep.They offer flat rate shipping for $7. To learn more about Ebates, read my original review. If you sign up through my referral link, we’ll both get a bonus when you make your first purchase within 30 days!
Get 30 4 x 6 prints for $3 at Walgreens with code WINTER30. Choose in-store pickup to avoid shipping charges. Expires 2/27.
Get a printable coupon for $10 off a $20 purchase at Buca di Beppo from RedPlum (enter your zipcode and then search for the restaurant – the link should pop right up). I love the Linguine Frutti di Mare, and the coupon makes the small size quite affordable at $11.95 + tax if we do takeout. (Via Coupon Cravings.)
Fabulessly Frugal has some current Target deals.
Get a preview of the 2/26 Shaw’s ad.
Get a printable coupon for $1/5 Kraft Macaroni and Cheese boxes.
Common Sense with Money has info on new Target Kraft coupons, including match ups with manufacturer coupons.
A Thrifty Mom explains why having multiple coupons is key to stocking up. I agree with what she’s saying, but I find that I can get by quite well with two copies of each week’s inserts. Occasionally, when the coupons are especially good, I’ll buy more papers. Of course, the LA Times is a lot more expensive than the newspaper deals she advertises on her site, and I’d probably spring for a lot more inserts if they cost me as little as they cost her.
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