It’s Begun Again: Starbucks Sweet Treat Receipts


Have you ever gotten a Sweet Treat Receipt at Starbucks?

When you make a drink purchase before 2 p.m., you will receive a stamp on your receipt.  Bring that receipt back after 2 p.m. and you can purchase a grande cold drink for $2 after 2 p.m. that same day!

I have only take advantage of this deal once but it was a good deal!  My friend and I got to Starbucks about 1:30, purchased our drinks and then when our drinks ran out we took our receipts back to the counter!  Only paid $2!

This promotion will last through August 18th.

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Krispy Kreme 7/13: Buy One Dozen Get The Second For $.76

In honor of their 76th birthday, Krispy Kreme is offering customers buy 1 dozen original glazed doughnuts, get 1 dozen for $0.76.

Valid Saturday, July 13th only.

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Home Depot: 60% Off Filtrete Air Filters

Check out the Home Depot Special Buy of the Day– 60% off Filtrete Air Filters.

These are dozens of brands and sizes to choose from.

Shipping is FREE on all of them or you can get them shipped to the store and pick them up.

You know you need them- may as well order a box and use them for a while!

Click HERE to check it out.

Thanks Want Not!

 

 

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Reminder: Tom’s Shoes Are Coming To Zulily (Nice Discounts)

I have envy issues with Tom’s Shoes.

I love them- they look so cute.

And they are so stinking expensive for shoes I can’t wear for running (or are called cowboy boots).

So I am excited that Tom’s Shoes are going to be on Zulily Wednesday 7/10 at 9 a.m. EST.

Zulily is a daily deal site for moms and kids items.

Go ahead and sign up now so you can get right into the sale on Wednesday- hoping to see some good deals!

 

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It’s Been THAT Day

I have had a crazy morning so I thought I would share something that made me laugh.

No Geico didn’t pay me for this. They should have but they didn’t.

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Best Laundry Deals of the Week 7/7 – 7/13

This week’s best laundry deals from The Centsible Family are (in order) Sunny Smile Laundry Detergent at Walgreens, All Laundry Detergent at Target or Tide Laundry Detergent at CVS, Rite Aid or Target. All other detergents may be cheaper online.

Amazon

Amazon Disclaimer: Prices listed below are on new products only with Subscribe & Save benefits and are correct at the time post was written. Amazon prices do and will change in an instant.

All 2x High Efficiency, 50-ounce (Pack of 2) – $18.82 = $0.19/oz

Cheer 2x Ultra Liquid Detergent Fresh Clean Scent 64 Loads 100 Fl Oz (Pack of 4) – $41.69 = $0.10/oz

Era 2x Ultra Active Stainfighter Formula Regular Liquid Detergent 48 Loads 75 Fl Oz (Pack of 4) – $24.86 = $0.08/oz

Gain With Freshlock Ocean Escape Liquid Detergent 64 Loads 100 Fl Oz (Pack of 4) – $59.98 = $0.15/oz

Tide Detergent, 50 Ounce (Pack of 2) – $14.33 = $0.14/oz
Don’t forget to clip the $0. 50 Tide Amazon coupon before checking out.

CVS

SPEND $20 GET $5 ECB -OR- SPEND $30 GET $10 ECB

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The Quickest $5 You Spend

When you do theater there is a lot of down time.  Like the military one of the mottos is “hurry up and wait.”

With technology being the way it is that time is often filled by cell phones (most actors don’t want to carry around something as large as a laptop or a tablet).  Needless to say over the last few weeks I have seen countless hours of Solitaire, Words With Friends, Facebook and Twitter.

The one that particularly amazes me is Candy Crush.

As I watched one of the actors play in a space of a few minutes he spent over $5 on the game. According to a recent article Candy Crush players make the company over $633,000 a day (or $230 million a year).

That’s a lot of money spent at the push of a button.

Companies spend billions of dollars in development trying to figure out how to get us to spend billions of dollars without thinking.  In an era of one click buying a song, movie or television, the slight twinge of pain we get from spending cash has been replaced by the non-commitment of a button.

I’m not sure what the psychology of the game is (as a non-player I can’t understand) but money is money.  Whether you choose to spend $5 on fast food or $5 on games, what is the quickest $5 you spend?  And have you found a way not to spend it?

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