Free Palmolive Pure Dishwashing Liquid

In the Smart Source insert in the paper today (9/27/09) there is an advertisement for Palmolive Pure + Caring or Pure + Clear dish liquid. On the top is a $.75 coupon and form to fill out to be reimbursed up to $2.99 with a mail in rebate.

This is easy, free dishwashing liquid (if you are willing to do the paperwork). Make sure you follow the directions!

Also, if you are trying to purchase enough things to use a $5 off or $25 coupon at a store (i.e. Rite Aid) this could help get the amount high enough to use the coupon!

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The Last Free Chocolate Friday

Today is the last Friday that Mars will be giving out coupons for free chocolate! If you have not received 4 coupons yet during this promotion this is your last chance! Beginning at 9 a.m. EST you can register for a free Mars candy product (until they reach their limit) and the coupon will be mailed to you! I have gotten one during this promotion- for some reason, free chocolate just tastes better! Here is the link!

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Free Oreo Lil’ Rounder or Cold Stone

Carvel Ice Cream between two Oreo Cookie Wafers… is there anything that sounds more delicious?  Tomorrow, September 24th from 3 – 7 p.m. most Carvel Ice Cream locations will give you one of these Rounders free!  Check out their website for more information!

After that, you can head over to Cold Stone Creamery between 5 – 8 p.m. and make a donation (no minimum) and receive a FREE 3 oz Sundae with brownie, rainbow sprinkles and caramel.

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Boston Market- Kids Eat Free

Take your kids to Boston Market to participate in their “Two Kids Eat Free” promotion! Two kids get to eat for free with every adult who spends atleast $6 on food! They are not requiring you bring a coupon, but you do have to have the kids with you! This offer runs until October 31!

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Qualify for a Rite Aid Gift Certificate!

This is an awesome deal to add on top of the already great savings at Rite Aid!

VALID ONLY ON PRODUCTS PURCHASED 09/13/09 – 10/17/09
Up to $20 Rite Aid Gift Certificate Offer

Spend $25.00-$50.00 for a $5.00 Rite Aid Gift Certificate OR
Spend $50.01-$100.00 for a $10.00 Rite Aid Gift Certificate OR
Spend $100.01 or more for a $20.00 Rite Aid Gift Certificate

Get shopping and get up to $20.00 back!

Earning your gift certificate is as easy as 1-2-3:

Step #1: Save all your Rite Aid receipts from September 13th through October 17th.
Step #2: Enter all of your information and the code from your receipts here.
Step #3: Get your gift certificate mailed right to your home.*

Here is the fine print:
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES*
Offer is valid on in-store purchases made from 9/13/09 through 10/17/09. Qualifying receipts must be submitted either on this website by 11/17/09 or through the mail and postmarked by 11/17/09 using our enrollment form available in-store. Entry Limit: one per household.
Gift certificate will be mailed after 11/17/09, or sooner if online submission is requested by customer or mail-in customer accumulates over $100 in qualified purchases. Certificate will expire on 2/28/10, and will not be replaced if not redeemed prior to expiration. Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash, may not be returned, and will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
Returned products will not be honored for rebate or other offers.
Qualifying purchase amount is determined before sales tax and excludes the purchase of prescriptions, prescription co-pays, lottery tickets, tobacco, alcohol products, money orders, gift certificates, Rite Aid gift cards, retailer gift cards, prepaid phone cards, prepaid internet and wireless cards, prepaid credit cards, prepaid cards of any type, stamps, licenses, other mailing services, online purchases, and any other items excluded by law.
Include all receipts you wish to redeem in one mailing. Only one submission per household or address will be accepted. Submissions from different addresses cannot be combined together in one envelope. Submissions that do not meet these requirements will not be acknowledged or returned.
Please save your original receipt(s) as proof of your submission in the event of a dispute. Inquiries must be made by 1/31/10.
certificate will be fulfilled with a Rite Aid gift certificate not a check. Use of fictitious name/address other than your own is prohibited by law. You may be required to submit proof of your name and address. Offers valid for United States addresses only. All submissions become the property of RITE AID and will not be returned. RITE AID, its affiliates or agents are not responsible for mail not received as a result of loss, damage or delays by the U.S. Post Office. Neither RITE AID nor their agencies are responsible for misprints or typographical errors. For concerns regarding privacy, please see RITE AID’s Privacy Policy at www.riteaid.com.

LIMIT ONE (1) CERTIFICATE PER HOUSEHOLD

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Deals of 9/15

Join the Ruby Tuesday So Connected club to get a B1G1 Free Coupon and other great savings!

Sign up with Quiznos and get a Free Sammie today and a cookie on your birthday! I also heard from a good friend that when they send you birthday coupons they don’t expire the week of your birthday, so it will help spread the celebration out!

Also, here is a buy one get one free coupon for Quiznos!

$10 off at The Great Indoors on any purchase of $10 or more! Check their website to see if there is one near you! Thanks Freebies for Mom!

Spa Week is coming! Check this link for possible discounts near you!

Dave Ramsey is giving away an emergency fund! Normally I don’t put sweepstakes on here, but this is a good one!

Happy Deal Hunting for today!

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Free Fekkai Shampoo

On Thursday, September 17th, take a bottle of your shampoo (does not matter if it is completely full) to the nearest Saks Fifth Avenue and participate in a Shampoo Swap! In exchange for your Shampoo they will give you a full bottle of Fekkia Shampoo. I would call your local Saks just to be sure, but this is a great chance to try a new shampoo for free! Check this link for details!

Thanks Frugal in Virginia!

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CVS Deals 9/13 – 9/19

Things to remember about CVS (especially if it’s your first trip)

–         As soon as you get there, sign up for their rewards card

–         They will accept competing drug stores manufacturers coupons, so bring coupons from places like Rite Aid and Walgreens

–         They will let you use more than one coupon per item.  For example, the Schick razors that are listed below include a dollar off coupon from the paper today.  If your friends or family do not want to use that coupon, or you get multiple copies of the paper, you can take in multiples of that same coupon and they will take them until you hit the price of the item.

–         ECB= Extra Care Bucks.  Extra Care Bucks print out after you have purchased your items.  They are basically gift certificates for CVS.  The next time you come in and shop, you can use them the same as cash.

 This is a great tutorial on CVS.  I promise it is not as complicated as it looks and can save you a TON of money!

The Best Deals of the Week

Purex Ultra Concentrate Liquid laundry detergent 24-32 loads
you pay $3.49 WITH CARD
$1.00 extra buck™ reward (limit $5)
On-line coupon for $1 off of 1
Price after ECB: $1.49
5 per household

Colgate Total Advanced toothpaste 4 oz
$2.99 WITH CARD
$1 Colgate coupon on line
$1.00 Colgate coupon from 9/13/09 paper
$2.00 extra bucks® reward
Final Price: FREE with ECB overage!

The Other Deals

All Schick Disposable Razors
B1G1 50%
Plus $1.00 coupon from 9/13/09 paper
Final price varies by product

Oreo Cookies 2/$6
Rite Aid coupon from 9/13/09 $2.00 off
Final price: $2.00 each

Listerine Total Care, Reach 2 pack toothbrush or Reach Floss (30 yard)
Cost: $3.99
ECB: $2.00
Price after ECB: $1.99

Dove Ultimate Clear deodorant 2.6-2.7 oz
Cost: 2/$7
Online coupon for $2 off of 1
ECB: $2.00 on 2
Price after ECB: $1.50 each
Limit one per household

Aussie 33.8 oz, Pantene 25.4 oz, Herbal Essences or Head & Shoulders 23.7 oz
Cost: $5.99
ECB: $2.00
Price after ECB: $3.99
Limit one per household

Garnier Fructis shampoo, conditioner 10.2-13 oz or styler 2-8.5 oz
Price: 3/$10
Rite Aid Coupon from 9/13/09 $1.00
Smart Source coupon from 9/13/09 $.75 off shampoo or conditioner
Smart source coupon from 9/13/09 $.75 off any style product
ECB: $1.00 on 3
Price after ECB: 3/$6.50
One per household

Non-Drowsy Claritin 24-Hr. tablets, RediTabs 30 ct. or Liqui-Gels 24 ct.
$19.99 WITH CARD
$6.00 off coupon 9/13/09
$4.00 off coupons.com widget on the right side of this website
Final Price: $9.99

ALL General Mills cereal 10.6-16.2 oz or cereal bars 5-12 ct.
you pay 2/$6 WITH CARD
$2.00 extra bucks® reward on 2
There were several coupons in both the paper and on the widget on this website that make this a great offer.  Check both places for the best combination for your favorite cereals.
Final price varies depending on coupons
Limit one per household

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Opinion Outpost

There are many web sites that will pay you for taking surveys. I have used one on a regular basis for the past six months and wanted to share it with you. They have been dependable, paid promptly and have never tried to sell me anything. It’s called Opinion Outpost.

Every day they e-mail to let me know I have been randomly selected for survey eligibility (usually once or twice a day). If I have time I log onto their web site and answer a few simple questions to see if I qualify. It usually takes about a minute and if I get to take the survey, the longer it is the more I get paid. I think the longest one I have ever taken took about five minutes.

After I have $5 worth of surveys completed I can request a check. It usually arrives at my house in about two weeks. I have never had any problems with them and their site is very easy to use.

You probably won’t be able to pay the mortgage with the money you make, but a few extra bucks can go a long way right before payday! I have taken surveys on electronics, insurance, travel and other topics like these. Click here to check them out. If you like what you see, sign up and you can start making money right away!

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Some Free Stuff

Curel Itch Defence Skin Balancing Lotion

Free stuff on your birthday at Sephora

Free Huggies Diaper sample (in certain sizes)

Also- now is the time when all of the summer stuff is really inexpensive in stores. So if you have been thinking about getting new patio furniture, flip flops, tiki torches or that water gun you have been eyeing all summer, now is the time!

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