Scope Outlast- Courage To Live

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of SCOPE for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I haven’t felt the need to use mouthwash in years. I have a great electric toothbrush and more free toothpaste and dental floss than I know what to do with. My dentist has never complained that I need it (he would prefer I use the dental floss a bit more frequently)

Scope offered to prove to me how valuable mouthwash can be and sent me a full sized bottle of their new Scope Outlast mouthwash Fresh breath & courage, 1 oz at a time!.

So after a particularly stressful day as I got ready for bed I opened up the mouthwash and took a swig. I was surprised that the taste was good- I think I still have this memory of the horrible taste of Listerine from when I was young. I found that it left my mouth feeling cleaner than just the toothpaste alone.

Since it’s very easy to get good deals on mouthwash using coupons at the drug stores I can see myself continuing to use this product and recommending it to friends (and readers). You can, of course, always grab all three flavors at Walmart as well.

Choose from 3 tingling, refreshing fear (and bad breath germ)-destroying varieties: Outlast, Dual-Blast and Classic. I got the Outlast which Scope says “gives you a fresh feeling that lasts up to five times longer* *vs. brushing alone.” Since I go to sleep so soon after I use it I can’t actually vouch for the five times longer promise but it certainly feels fresher than just brushing!

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CVS: Dial Lotion Deal

Right now you can print a coupon to SAVE $1.50 on any ONE (1) Dial® Lotion product (12 oz or larger).

Beginning Sunday 1/13 you can grab this deal at CVS:  

Buy 2 Dial Nutriskin Lotion (21 oz) $5
Use 2 $1.50 on any ONE (1) Dial® Lotion product (12 oz or larger)
Final Price Out of Pocket: $7.00
Receive $3 in Extra Care Bucks (CVS Store Credit)
Final Price: $4.00 or $2.00 each

Thanks Mom on Dealz!

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Starbucks: Get $2.60 In Starbucks Credit To Try A Drink For Free

Want some free Starbucks?

Of course you do.  Why did I even ask?

Starbucks has a new drink and they want you to try one!  They will let you check out the  tall Blonde roast or Vanilla Blonde brewed coffee at a participating location for FREE!

After sharing this freebie with a friend on Facebook Starbucks will email you a $2.60 USD Starbucks Card eGift to spend on your favorite beverage.

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You can print the eGift card or you can transfer the amount onto your registered Starbucks card to spend later.

Head to the Starbucks’s Facebook page now to grab this freebie.  Quantities are limited!

Check out this comment: The facebook link worked for me on my laptop, it didn’t work on my tablet. This promotion is a facebook app, and a lot of facebook apps don’t work on mobile devices, so if it’s not working, try accessing it from a non-mobile device.

Thanks Coupons Are Great!

 

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Kohls Trip: Saved 80% (Are You Kidding Me?)

This morning I braved the nasty weather to head to Kohls.

I have a New Years Eve party to attend and wanted to find a fun shirt to wear.

When I got to the store I was THRILLED to find these wonderful red signs on select racks:

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An EXTRA 25% off AT THE REGISTER.  Love it!

So here was my haul from today:

Gold Earrings $2.70 (reg. $18.00)
Gold Ring $2.10 (reg. $14.00)
Dishtowel $1.59 (reg. $7.99)
Dishtowel $1.59 (reg. $7.99)
Super Comfy Pj bottoms $5.85 (reg. $26.00)
Shiny Gold Shirt $12.00 (reg. $40.00)
Subtotal: $25.83
PLUS extra 20% off with printable coupon $5.17
Tax $1.03
Final Total: $21.69

I LOVE Kohls but the number on the bottom of the receipt always cracks me up- I saved $93.32.  As I look at my small trip sitting on my kitchen table I wonder “who would have paid $115.01 for this stuff?  Do people really pay full price at Kohls?”

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Walgreens: Axe Body Care Kit As Low As $1.24

Beginning 12/26 Walgreens will have their fragrance and personal care kits marked down 50% off.

Assuming that any are still available you can grab a FANTASTIC deal on Axe Body Care packages:

Axe Gift Set $4.99 after sale (starting 12/26)
Use $3.75 coupon from 12/02/12 Smart Source Insert or  $3.00 off any one (1) Axe holiday pack
Final Price: $1.24 to $1.99

These coupons do not expire until 12/31/12 so they should still be good for the sale.

I would stock up for the year if you have an Axe user in your house!

Thanks Bargain Blessings!

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Hampton Roads Fun and Frugal Weekend Activities

You can tell it’s the weekend before a holiday- only a few things left going on!

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Sunday

Make sure to check out our Daily Calendar as well as seasonal posts with lots of activities this weekend: Seasonal Event Posts: Winter Holidays and Santa Is Coming To Town: Where to Find Santa in Hampton Roads, VA

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Crate and Barrel- Free Shipping No Minimum

We don’t have a Crate and Barrel in my town and it always makes me sad.

But right now they have FREE shipping with no minimum purchase required!

Their organizing and storage section makes me drool and I am horrible disorganized.

They have a nice sale section and as long as you order by midnight tonight you are guaranteed arrival by the 24th!

Thanks Want Not!

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