If you were lucky enough to get the $4/1 Hasbro games coupon in yesterday’s Parade magazine, Common Sense with Money has a great scenario for you at Toys R Us, which has select games on sale for $7.99 and Buy Two, Get One Free. Or you can use this printable coupon (FF or IE) for $4/1 Monopoly, Life, Sorry or Clue, or this printable coupon for $4/1 Pictureka, Operation, Connect 4, or Guess Who?. My Toys R Us doesn’t allow me to use a coupon a free item in a BOGO sale, so I am thinking of doing this:
Buy 6 games @ $7.99 each and B2G1 free
Use $5/$25 Toys R Us printable coupon (pdf)
And use 4 x $4/1 coupons
Pay $10.96 + tax for 6 games ($1.82 each – cheap birthday gifts!)
When I was at Target yesterday, I noticed that the tubs and 72-count soft packs of Huggies wipes are on price cut for $1.99. If you have the printable Target coupon for 75 cents/1 (no longer available), you can stack it with any manufacturer’s coupon you may have for a hot deal. Even though my kids are out of diapers, Huggies still sends me coupons, so I had a 75 cents/1 wipes coupon. I paid just 49 cents for a soft pack to keep in the car, which I am super happy about.
Speaking of Target, Stretching a Buck has the rest of this week’s deals.
Get 5 points at Disney Movie Rewards with code W7KY65NH3B.
Get a free sample of Cream of Wheat in new Cinnabon flavor, plus a $2/1 printable coupon.
Get a free sample of Mariani Cinnamon Raisin Bread Raisins.
Get printable coupons for $1/2 Healthy Choice frozen entrees and 50 cents/1 Healthy Choice Creamery Ice Cream.
A Thrifty Mom shares three freebies using the scanner coupons at CVS.
Today only, get a printable coupon for $1 frames at JC Penny Optical.
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