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  • Evening Roundup: Need a tissue deal

    It’s not allergy or flu season for marketing purposes, so tissue deals aren’t abundant anymore, but I really need more boxes. The only place that seems to have them on sale is Walgreens, which has Kleenex at $1.19 each after B1G1 in-ad coupon. Unfortunately, I don’t have any Register Rewards, because I haven’t been shopping much at Walgreens. But I looked at Amazon out of curiosity, and the cheapest price I could find for tissue with lotion worked out to over $1.55 per box! I’d rather head out to Walgreens :) has a new coupon for $0.75/1 Newman’s Own salad dressing, and $1/1 The Goodlife Recipe for cats.

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    1. Not sure if this is a good deal or not (still trying to figure that out) but I found kleenex on clearance at Target for $1.14. They are the oval ones with the pretty designs.

    2. Chief Family Officer says:

      Thanks, Kate! I'd say it all depends on need – it looks like a good deal to me right now, when there's one unopened box in my cupboard. But when there's 20 boxes in my cupboard, I'd hold out for boxes less than $0.70.