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  • Evening Roundup: Changing things up

    I thought it would make more sense to post an evening roundup instead of two Morning Coffee posts – let me know if you have any thoughts or opinions about the format here!

    Coupons.com has a few new coupons, including $1/1 L’Oreal Paris cosmetics product (redeemable only at Walmart?), $3/1 Sally Hansen wax product, $2/1 Sally Hansen nail treatment when you buy any Sally Hansen nail color, and $18 for a 25-print bundle at Picture People. {I am so sad that the Picture People I used to take the boys to closed! They were really great with kids and the pictures were so much better than Target’s photo studio!

    Get a free Kindle download of the following books:

    If you don’t have a Kindle, you can read the books on your smartphone, computer or tablet using one of the free Kindle reading apps. (Via Coupon Geek.)

    Get a free 8×10 photo collage at Walgreens Photo with code 1FREEBIE (exp 6/18). I love these offers because they’re totally free – you don’t even have to pay tax! Plus, the collages make fabulous framed (and inexpensive!) gifts for grandparents and great-grandparents.

    Get a printable coupon for 100 free black & white business cards at Staples. Even if you don’t have a business, these would be great for those “business card raffles” that lots of restaurants have, especially for lunch customers.

    You can also get a printable coupon for $10 off a $50 purchase at Staples (some exclusions apply).

    Friday only, Whole Foods will have pints of organic blueberries for $1.99 each. It doesn’t look like there’s a limit, so you could buy a whole bunch and freeze some for baking later. Blueberries are on the “Dirty Dozen” list of produce that retains the most pesticides, so it’s best to buy them organic, especially for growing little bodies.

    If you bought Rice Krispies or Cocoa Krispies in the U.S. between June 1, 2009 and March 1, 2010, you may be entitled to reimbursement up to $15 thanks to a class action lawsuit settlement.

    Get a printable coupon for $2/1 Midol 20-ct+.

    Positively Splendid explains how to make chalk paint out of broken pieces of sidewalk chalk. (Via Money Saving Mom.)

    If Walmart is convenient for you, ask if they will price match drugstores post-rewards prices. For example, this week at CVS, Schick Hydro razors are $8 and giving a $4 ECB. If your Walmart store will price match that deal, then they will charge $4 and you can use the $4/1 coupon from this past Sunday’s Smart Source to get it for free. This could save you a lot in gas, although I’m not sure how they’ll deal with deals that would be post-rewards moneymakers at the drugstores (such as an item that’s free after Register Rewards but a moneymaker if you use a coupon).

    Wild for Wags reports that you can get John Frieda products for $0.25 if you still have the $5/1 Full Repair product coupons.

    Totally Target found some more Target deals, including Olay, pregnancy tests, and more.

    Big thanks to Venessa for confirming that Huggies wipes tubs are included in the Ralphs Mega Sale – they’re $1.99 after discount, so just $0.99 after the $0.50/1 Huggies wipes coupon from the 6/12 Smart Source doubles. As Venessa points out, that works out to 1.5 cents per wipe, which is a total stock-up price (anything under 2 cents is great).

    Get a printable coupon for a Free Milk Bone Essentials Plus Dog Snack when you buy any Milk Bone Dog Snack.

    Facebook likers of Anthony’s Pasta can get a printable coupon for $1/1 Anthony’s Whole Grain Pasta.


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    Comments

    1. adrienne says:

      Sidewalk chalk paint is such a good idea. Thanks for the link!

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