Sunday, November 15, 2009

Quality Markets finally has a deal I can use....

I live in a really small town, and our local grocery store has a monopoly. The next nearest grocery is about 40 minutes away. It is really easy to end up paying $50 for a half a cart of stuff. They have never been a great place for deals. Really I sort of go there if there is no other choice. Well, since I have been complaining about their prices for years I figured I should give credit where credit is due. They have been doing much better lately, at least with their sale prices. This past week they had a deal so good even I had to give it a shot. There were coupons in the flyer that made it possible to double 4 manufacturers coupons up to $3.00 each. It required a $25.00 purchase before coupons and was limited to 4 doubles per "wild card". That is their version of a customer loyalty card. That's right, if you had 4 coupons worth 3 bucks each you could save $24 dollars! I did not have 4 $3.00 off coupons, but I think I made out okay anyhow. Here is how it worked:

2 bags Diamond walnuts on sale for $2.99 each
used $3.00 off 2 coupon doubled= both FREE
2 pot pies $1.00 each on sale
2 kids cuisine meals on sale $2.00 each
3 Lean Cuisine meals on sale 3 for $6.00
used $2.00 off 3 coupon doubled= 66 cents each
1 chocolate milk on sale $1.00
1 cookies and cream milk on sale $1.05
1 gallon milk $2.09
1 butter on sale w/ store coupon 99 cents
3 mashed potato pouches on sale 3 for $3.00
1 sugar on sale w/ store coupon $1.39
2 Mt. Dew 2 liters on sale 88 cents each
1 Pepsi 2 liter on sale 88 cents
1 flour on sale w/ store coupon 99 cents
1 Starbucks ground coffee on sale $7.99
used $1.50 off coupon doubled= $4.99
1 24 pk. Marcal toilette paper on sale $4.99
used $2 off coupon doubled= 99 cents
according to my receipt my savings were as follows:
manufacturer coupons: $8.50
wild card and store coupons {including double} $32.78
total savings: $41.28
Total paid: $25.55
that's $66.83 worth of groceries for $25.55 I can live with that...
Go Quality! Keep it up!

Friday, August 21, 2009

K-mart super doubles for charity!

...and some super doubles for me too.
This is how it started... I went to K-mart to specifically to buy cereal. I had a free box of rice crispies and a bunch of dollar off 1 box of rice crispies coupons that I got in the mail from vocal point. I also had some dollar off 2 coupons for some other Kellogs cereals. I was trying to put together a deal for a rebate from our Sunday paper. The rebate states that if you buy 10 boxes of select Kellogs cereals in one order you can get a $10 dollar rebate and a $70 dollar coupon for dell computers. I need a new monitor, and with 4 kids in the house, I also need cereal. This is how transaction 1 went...

{The cereal was all on sale 4 for $9.00}

2 boxes frosted flakes $4.50
used $1 off 2 mq doubled
{this made them $1.50 for both}

4 boxes rice crispies $9.00
used 1 box free mq
used 3 $1 off 1 mq doubled
{this made them 75 cents for 4 boxes}

2 boxes pops $4.50
used $1 off 2 mq doubled
{this made them $1.50 for both}

1 box sugar smacks $2.25
1 box frosted flakes gold $2.25
used $1 off 2 mq doubled
{this made them $1.50 for both}

That's $22.50 worth of cereal
- $10.25 worth of coupons
I paid $12.25. I will get back $10 from the rebate and my $70 coupon!
I gave my sister 3 boxes and 1 to my mom. Me and the kids are going to make rice crispie treats this week for snacks. I won on this deal in so many ways.
Thanks K-mart!

Now for the charity part...
There was recently flooding in some near by areas which essentially devastated 2 entire towns. Many people lost everything and local agencies are collecting for those flood victims. There is a particular need for personal care items for those in temporary housing.

I sent each of my girls through the line with 4 Dove visibly smooth deodorants. Which I love by the way... I gave them each 4 $2 off 1 coupons and a dollar. The coupons were doubled. Since the price was only $3.99 each they were all free. They girls each paid 48 cents in tax. I also gave 2 of the coupons to mom so she got 2 free also. That is 10 deodorants for $1.20 cents. One for mom, one each for me and my daughter, and 7 for the flood victims. I will add those to some things I am donating from my current stockpile. I know it is only deodorant and stuff, but it's something I can do to help in some small way, and it feels great.
So thanks again K-mart!

I decided to do a second transaction since I still had needed items on my grocery list and high value coupons. This is it...

One TRIO building set $19.99
- $5.00 K-mart sale
used $5.00 printable coupon {thanks coupon clippin' mama}
sharpie highlighters $2.69
used $1.00 printable coupon {thanks deal seeking mom} doubled
Tag deodorant $3.50 on sale
used $2 on 1 mq doubled
2 suave kids shampoo $2.49 each
used $1 off 2 mq doubled
$3.00 for both
Band aids $3.99
used $1 off 1 mq doubled
2 trident gum $1.00 each
used $1 off 2 mq doubled
That's $15.67 plus tax.

Not too bad considering that Mom and I had 5 kids with us.
Then we went to the mall for school clothes where we were no nearly so

If any of you live in the western NY area consider donating stockpile items to the flood victims. There is a great need and most local charities can tell you how to get your items to those most affected.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

This stuff is great!

I have officially found a new deodorant. Recently Dove sent me a full size sample of their new visibly smooth deodorant. Dove says that it minimizes the appearance of underarm hair over time. You know what? They are absolutely right. It seems rare that a product does what it says it will. This one does that and more. I have not had a single shaving bump since I started using it. Also in the past I have had trouble finding a deodorant that would actually last through out the day. Dove visibly smooth lasts ALL day with out needing to reapply. As an added bonus it smells great! Dove also sent me a big bundle of coupons and I have had a great time giving them out. All the friends who have used their coupons to try the product have reported back to me with similar wonderful results. Long story short... Thanks Dove!

Friday, May 8, 2009

Foster Care Month

May is national Foster Care month. As a foster parent, I would like to get the message out. There are hundreds of thousands of youth in foster care at any given time in the US. Many of them in need of permanent homes, and others just in need of a safe haven at a difficult time. Please consider supporting these kids. If you are unable to provide a home, there are still many opportunities to help. Foster kids need mentors, agencies need financial support, communities need education. I urge you to contact your local county or private foster/ adoptive agency. Find out how you can make a difference in the lives of children and youth.

I am including a link {I hope it works...} to Foster Club an online community for the support of youth in care and adults who want to help. They are featuring outstanding youth this month. Kids who have been in the system and have over come adversity and used it to help others. Take the time to read some of their stories. They are truly inspirational.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

5/2/09 Last Minaute Trip

Ok So I hadn't been to all the drug stores in a while. Walgreens had what looked like some killer deals this week, so I decided to make a last min. run yesterday before the sales changed again. I had a list of things I needed that were not on sale. I figured I could get a few things for free and use the register rewards to buy what I needed. My total should have been about 6 dollars after coupons and register rewards. As it was my total was about 28 dollars. That really isn't too bad though considering that I got $71.00 worth of merchandise. Here is how my Walgreens trip went...

Transaction 1:

2 Got 2 Be stylers @ 2 for $10.00

used 2 printable $2/1 Got 2 Be MQ

total $6.78 with tax
recieved $5.00 RR

Transaction 2:

Rembrant tooth paste $5.99
vitamin water $1.39
vitamin water $1.39
Vitamin water $1.22
{these were supose to be on sale according to the sign. I just noticed that they didn't ring up}

used 3 $1.00/1 vitamin water MQ
$5.00 RR from transaction 1

total $2.76
received $6.00 RR

Transaction 3:

2 Got 2 be stylers @ 2/$10.00
single subject notebook $1.29

Used 2 printable $2/1 Got 2 Be MQ
$6.00 RR from transaction 2

Total: $2.16
received $5.00 RR

Transaction 3:

Gilette shave gel $3.29
Visine A/C $4.79
Old Spice aftershave $8.99
Hot Shot ant spray $4.59
Walgreens Freezer bags $1.79
filler paper $1.79

Used: 80 cent in ad visine coupon
$3.00 visine MQ
$1.00 Gilette MQ
$1.50 Hot Shot MQ
$5.00 RR from transaction 3

Total $15.52

I was really disappointed. They were out of the Bayer glucose monitors that had the $5 RR. I was going to use those RR to buy everything else and donate the monitors to the legion. Also, the manager would not let me use my ecotrin coupons because the coupon was for more than the sale price of the item. I suggested he could adjust it down, but he kept insisting he could not. I would have gotten $6 more dollars in RRs for that as well as $15.00 in RRs for the monitors. He seemed rather annoyed with the whole coupon thing, and I couldn't find quite a few of the things I had planned to buy. All in all it makes me think maybe Walgreens isn't worth it. CVS is much more coupon friendly. So... here is how I did at CVS...

CVS transaction 1:

6 3m hooks. on sale 2/$5

4 $1.50/1 3m coupons
2 $2.50/1 3m coupons

Total: $5.16
received $5.00 ECBs
$1.50 ECBs

Transaction 2:

2 All laundry soap B1/G1 $7.49
1 4ct. Drumstick ice cream on sale $3.00

2 $1.00/1 All MQ
$1.00 ECB {from a couple weeks ago}
$1.50 ECB {from previous transaction}
$5.00 ECB {from prvious transaction}

Total: 99 cents

Rite Aid

2 electrosol dishwasher soap $4.49 each on sale

2 $2.50/1 MQ

Total: $4.68

submitted for ESR $1.50 each rebate
I will get $3.00 back making the total $1.68 for 2

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Rite Aid April 2, 2009

Ok, so I tried to go to Rite Aid to get some free razors and use my $5 off $25 printable coupons from Deal Seeking Mom as well as that $10 gift card. {I got this for picking up free glucose monitors with coupons and donating them to charity} Well one of my coupons was expired and I didn't realize it so that threw me off. The cashier didn't understand the whole coupon thing, and there was a line behind me. In my attempt to salvage the trip and get out of peoples way, I forgot to use my gift card. I figure I spent about $15 to $20 dollars more OOP than I should have. I was really annoyed with myself, but the trip wasn't a total loss, so here is how it turned out...

1 Tums dual action $9.99
2 Bayer glucose meters $29.99 each
2 No nonsense knee highs $2.49 B1G1
2 No nonsense 3 pk sox $4.49 B1G1
2 Jane make up $5.99 B1G1 {foundation and bronzer}
2 Milky Way minis $3.79 B1G1
1 eyeliner 99 cents {clearance}
1 pk. index cards $1.29
1 crayola color pencils $7.99 B1G1 50% off
1 crayola pipsqueeks markers $2.74
1 crayola washable marker $5.29 B1G1 50% off
1 crayola washable marker $2.64

Total $107.67
2 $30.00 Bayer monitor coupons from Sunday paper
$3.00 Tums coupon from All You
$3.00 Tums in ad coupon
4 $1.00 no nonsense coupons
$1.00/2 milky way coupon from Sunday paper
$5.00/$25.00 Rite Aid print-able

Total coupon savings $76.00

I should have gotten another $10.00 off for my gift card {but I can use that next time} As well as another $5 to $10 dollars in $5 off $25 dollar print-ables depending on how I split it up. Oh well. Better luck tomorrow...

I also submitted for $3.00 and $5.00 single check rebates for the Tums and the Crayola.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Friday trip to Wal Mart...

I can't seem to find my receipt at the moment so I am going to try to write this from memory...

Friday I needed to go to Wal Mart because it was my youngest son's 7th birthday. I also had that coupon for the free mascara at Wal mart from the ALL YOU magazine. {They were out of that though...darn it...} This is what I got...

$0.97 each /5 bars Johnson's buddies soap {my kids love these and we were almost out}
$3.92 each/ 6 boxes Glucerna cereal
$5.00/ All Dogs Go To Heaven DVD
$5.00/ Cheaper By The Dozen DVD
$5.00/ Sandlot DVD
$18.92/ Kota Pals triceratops toy
$5.92/ vent cover for furnace vent
$6.00/ Maxwell house coffee
$74.33 plus tax sub total

I used:
$3.00 off 3 MQ Johnson's buddies
$2.00 off 2 MQ " "
$10.00 off 2 MQ Glucerna
$10.00 off 2 MQ " "
$5.00 off 1 MQ Glucerna
$5.00 off 1 MQ " "
{all printable coupons courtesy of Deal Seeking Mom}
$3.00 off MQ All Dogs Go To Heaven DVD
$3.00 off MQ Cheaper By The Dozen DVD
$3.00 off MQ Sandlot DVD
{print-ables found on ...I think...}
$30.33 OOP. after coupons. plus tax
That is a savings of $44.00. Not bad at all...

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Walgreens second trip...

Well, since Walgreens seemed to want to give so many things to me for free, I decided top go back yesterday. I had intended to try the diaper deal from Deal Seeking Mom in order to get some register rewards. They were out of the diapers, along with some other things I wanted. I think I did quite well anyway...

The top pic is stuff I had to pay something for :P
The second pic is stuff I got for FREE :}

transaction 1:

Irish Spring body wash $4.49
35 cents tax
OOP $4.84
received register reward for Free body wash
{Thank You to Deal Seeking Mom for letting me know about this one}

transaction 2:

3 One Touch Ultra glucose monitors 14.99 each
7 Frutice styling products 2.99 each
2 Frutice shampoos 2.99 each
1 Frutice conditioner 2.99
1 Irish Spring body wash 4.49
3 Colgate Total toothpaste 3.49
4 Coffie Mate creamer B1G1 2.49 {for 2}
13 Butter Ball chicken broth 79cents each
2 Ziplock freezer bags 2.50 each

3 14.99 one touch mq
10 2.00 easy saver frutice coupons
10 1.00 frutice mq
1 4.49 irish spring body wash coupon {from previous transaction}
3 2.50 easy saver colgate coupons
3 1.00 colgate mq
2 1.50 coffiemate printable coupons
{This cashier wouldn't let me use them on the free items even though they did last time}
13 10 cent instant value butter ball coupons
1 100/2 ziplock mq
3.00 in register rewards from a week ago

3.86 tax
total OOP 15.68
wag coupon savings 78 cents
wag advertised savings 31.56
MQ savings 96.96

total savings: 129.30!!!!!
and I am submitting the butter ball receipt for the conag Easy Saver Rebate $5.00
{I will have to go back and buy one more can because I miss added. I hope it works}

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

FREE stuff at Walgreens 3/8/09

This pic is all the things I got absolutely FREE!!
I didn't do as well as Megan at Saving Our Cents,

but I did get quite a few free items at Walgreens this Sunday. I did not get this weeks coupons until I came home, so I am going back tomorrow. The items I got for free were...

2 bottles of coffie mate creamer
1 Colgate toothpaste
5 Frutice styling products
3 Glade lasting impressions {which smell great by the way}
2 Glade scents and spray

this is how my transaction worked out...
{ESC easy saver coupon from Walgreens easy saver book; MQ manufacturer coupon}

1 Revlon tweezer 3.99
-ESC 1.00

1 Nutrise hair color 5.99
-2.00 ESC
-2.00 MQ

1 Colgate 3.49
-ESC 2.50
-1.00 MQ printable

3 Glade lasting impressions @ 7.99
-ESC 4.00 each
-4.00 MQ each

3 smuckers jelly 2.00
-.50/3 MQ
{I sent the reciept to the free disney scrapbook offer a 13.99 value}

5 frutice stylers @ 2.99 each
-ESC 2.00 each
- 1.00 MQ each

Coffie mate creamer sale B1G1 2.49
-1.50 MQ printable {use 2}

2 Walgreens water bottle @ 2 for 3.00
{each one includes a chapstick, hand sanatizer, hand lotion, traver tissues, pill case, and 4pk. crayons}

2 m&ms 50 cents each {the girls were with me}

2 hershey 50 cents each

tweezers 69 cents

My total came to 58 dollars before coupons, and 17 dollars and change after coupons. Not to bad right...

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

$20 gift card...Free from Dillyeo

Dillyeo is giving away a free $20.00 gift card today for the next 11 hours or so. I have seen 5 and 10 dollar gift cards in the past for free, but not $20! You will have to give them an additional email address when you check out. I gave them my other e-mail address, that way I am not bothering my friends. Good Luck! Oh the URL is

Free Dr. Pepper in Maxim

There is a coupon for a FREE 2 liter bottle of diet Dr. Pepper in the Feb. issue of Maxim magazine. If you happen to have one laying around, or notice one at the recycle center, grab it. I used that and the one I got in the mail from Dr. Pepper to make a deal at Walgreens on Saturday. The sale for that is over now, but Free soda is always good!

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

sorry for slacking...

Ok, so I have actually gone to the store a couple times since my last post. I thought I had put at least one of those trips on here, but I guess not... Anyway, I am not going to go back through all of the receipts to catch this up because the sales I went to are over, and it would be irrelevant to all of you. I did want to mention a nice little bonus I noticed, that at least some of you may be able to cash in on...
When Rite aid had the Bayer glucose monitors for free with the coupons from the Sunday paper, I bought 3 of them. That is how many coupons I had. The total before the coupons was like $44.97. After the coupons, I paid nothing. Now I don't even need one glucose monitor let alone 3, but I donated them to the Salvation Army. I am sure someone in need will be pleased to have them. Then later I was checking out the February rebates for rite aid and submitting receipts. I didn't think that these would count towards anything since I paid nothing for them. You know what? I was wrong. The receipt for the monitors came back as qualifying for not only the $10 gift card for Rite Aid, but also for the heart health tee shirt offer from them. So... I donated 3 monitors to people who needed them. It cost me nothing, and as a reward for my good deed, I will receive a $10 gift card and a free tee shirt. Which is even better because I did not expect anything for it. Not bad, not bad at all.

If you bought the monitors you may qualify for these rebates, check the Rite Aid site to find out. Be sure to do so soon. I think you have to submit before the end of the month.

As always, remember, if you can get a freebie that you don't need, get it anyway, donate it to someone who can use it. You will get the pleasure of doing something for others, and someone will appreciate your kindness...heck, you may even be rewarded for it. How can you beat that?

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Today at CVS. I think I did much better this time :}


2 ear rinse 7.99 each
1 CVS chewable asprin 1.99
1 bodyheat heat wrap 3.99

used $1.00 off peelie from heat wrap
Total due: 20.96
Used medical flex account {so no out of pocket}

recieved :
1.99 ECB
7.99 ECB
7.99 ECB
3.00 ECB
20.97 ECB

Transaction 2:

Gillete Gamer razor 7.99
pampers easy ups 9.99
Charmin TP 16 ct. 9.99
Dawn dish soap .99
Madagascar 2 4.99 {after 15$ off for buying $20 in select products}

used :
.50 dawn mq
4.00 gellet mq
2.00 pampers mq

1.99 ECB
3.00 ECB
5.00 ECB {from last week}
15.98 ECB

OOP $1.48
4.00 ECB

Transaction 3:

6 hour energy 4.99

4.00 ECB

OOP: 99cents
4.99 ECB

Transaction 4

3 johnson and johnson travel first aid kits 99 cents each
$3 on 2 printable J+J first aid coupon {adjusted down to 2.97}

OOP: $ 0
I still have those $4.99 ECBs for next week. I told you I did better... :}

Friday, February 6, 2009

My first attempt at CVS...

I needed to go to the dentist on Wednesday afternoon so I decided to try out the CVS thing since I was up town anyway. {first I stopped at rite aid and bought the Bayer glucose monitors that I had a coupon for so I can donate them next week} For those of you unfamiliar with CVS they offer something called extra care bucks or ECB's. When you purchase something on the ECB list, the reciept prints a coupon for a certain amount of credit towards your next CVS purchase. This is what I did...

I needed cortizone cream and was going to buy it anyway, CVS just happened to offer $1 back in ECB's for it. I also had a manufacturer coupon {mq} for $1 off.
For my first transaction I bought:

Cortizone 10 on sale at $4.99
used $1 off mq
out of pocket {OOP} $3.99 {used health car flex plan debit}
recieved $1 ECB

transaction# 2
Excedrine 10 ct. {travle vial} $2.49
paid $1 ECB from transaction 1
OOP: $1.49 {from flex acct.}
recieved $2.49 ECB

2 jergins natural lotions on sale $7.99 each
used 2 $3.00 off mq's
used $2.49 ECBs
OOP :$7.49
Recieved $5.00 ECB

4 Glade candles on sale 4 for $10
used 2 $1.50/2 mq's {looked at the coupon wrong, thought I could use 4 of them...goofed}
used $5.00 ECBs from trans#3
OOP: $2.00
Recieved $5.00 ECB

$5.48 out of health account
$9.49 OOP
have $5.00 left for next time.

I know I could have done better. Like I said, this was a first attempt. I am sure I will get the hang of it eventually. I had planned on doing one other deal to get $10 ECBs, but the item was out of stock. I did get a rain check for next week though.
Good luck to all of you on your savings adventures!

Remember, even if you don't need something that you can get for free, someone else might. Donate your extra deals to charity!

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Rite Aid trip 1/31/09

Well, I ran over to Rite Aid today. I wanted to get the one touch glucose monitor for my Dad before the sale ended. This is how I did. I was rather proud of myself actually.

Hershey bar on sale 77cents
used B1G1 free coupon
Final price 77 cents for 2

Duracell 4 pk. triple A batteries on sale $3.00
used $1.00 off coupon
Final price $2.00

One Touch ultra glucose monitor sale $19.99
used $20.00 coupon
Final price -.01
{I got a second one of these, to donate, in a second transaction}

2 Schick Quattro 3 count disposable razors clearance price $4.19
used 2 coupons for $2.00 off one
Final price $2.19 each

Loreal true match make up buy 1 get 1 at 50% off
concealer: $8.95
concealer -50%: $4.47
used 2 $3.00 off coupons
Final price:$3.71 each

Loreal eye shadow buy1 get 1 50% off
single eye shadow: $4.49
single eye shadow-50%: 2.24
used 2 $2.00 off coupons
Final price: $1.36 each

Maybellene mascara B1G1
great lash : $4.99
great lash-100%: $0
used 2 $1.00 off coupons
Final price: $1.49 each

I used one $5.00 off a $20.00 purchase coupon

Total value: $60.59
Out of Pocket: $17.83
savings: $42.76

I can live with that...

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Wal Mart trip 1/29/09

My Mom called today wanting me to ride up town with her to pay her mortgage. I rode along, and not being ones to ever waste a trip, we stopped at Wal Mart. Luckily I had the forethought to bring my handy coupon organizer along. This is what I got...

Wal Mart:

2 Airwick freshmatic starter kits $6.00 each
used 2 manufacturer coupons {recent insert} for $5.00 off 1
Final price: $1.00 each

2 Parents Choice toddler wipes .97 cents each

Huggies wipes 32ct. $1.67
used $1.00 off 1 coupon from recent insert
Final price: .67 cents each

2 Scotch Brite heavy duty sponges $1.12 each
used $1.00 off 2 coupon from recent insert
Final price: .62 cents each

Kashi baked cereal bars $2.97 each
used $2.00 printable here
Final price: .97 cents

Listerine mouthwash $3.42
used $2.00 printable coupon here
Final price: $1.42 each

Subtotal {before coupons} $24.24
Out Of Pocket: $9.82
Total savings: $14.42

Not bad...
Note: I had to buy the freshmatic starter kits in 2 separate transactions because the coupon state you can only use one per transaction. I handed one kit and one coupon to my mom behind me along with the $1.00 plus tax.

Coupon Match Deals 1/25/09

Yesterday I went to get my Sunday papers and started trying to match coupons to sales. This is what I have so far…

Rite Aid

One Touch blood glucose monitor: rite aid sale price $19.99
- $20.00/1 coupon from this weeks insert.
Final price: FREE {excellent item for donating to charity}

Maybeline mascara B1G1 on sale
Use 2 $1.00 off coupons from recent insert
Final price varies/cheap

$4.00 off in ad rite aid coupon
-$1.00 mq. Coupon from recent insert
Final price varies depending on regular retail / cheap

Duracell batteries 2/$6.00
- $1.00 coupon from this weeks insert
Final price $2.00 per pk.

Aveno lotion B1G1 50% off
-2 $1.00/1 coupons or
$1.50/2 coupons {both from this week}
Final brice varies/ cheap

Gasx B1G1
Use 2 $1.00 off 1 from recent insert
Final price varies/cheap


Color silk root touch up $1.99 w/ in ad coupon
-$1.00 mq from recent insert.
Final Price 99 cents

HIP cosmetics B1G1
Use 2 $2.00/1 mq off eye or lip product from recent insert
Final price varies/cheap

Degree $1.99 w/ in ad coupon
-$1.00 /2 coupon from this weeks insert
Final price: $1.50 each when you buy 2

Excedrine B1G1
Use 2 $1.00 mq from recent insert
Final price; varies/cheap

Hershey bar B1G1 with in ad coupon
Use B1G1 coupon from this weeks insert
Final price: 2 FREE