A Simple First Rite Aid Visit

I know when people first start using coupons, it can seem completely overwhelming. This week Rite Aid has a great, easy deal that is an excellent opportunity to cut your couponing teeth! There are two scenarios- one where you break even and one where you spend a little bit:

First scenario: Go into Rite Aid and grab a container of the Dove Men’s Body Care wash. In front of the proper container there should be a sign that says “$4 Rebate.” When you purchase the body wash it should be $4 plus whatever tax is in your area. Keep your receipt.

When you get home, log on or sign up for Rite Aid’s Single Check Rebate Program. Enter in the relevant information off the receipt and hit submit. This will make your eligible for the $4 rebate. At the end of the month, Rite Aid will mail you a check for $4- meaning you only paid tax for your body wash!

Second scenario: Print this coupon for $1.50 off of Dove for Men Body Wash and Face Wash.

Head to Rite Aid and look for the body wash. There will be a sign in front of it stating it is eligible for a $4 rebate. Grab the appropriate body wash (it should be about $4).

The newest coupon on line also requires that you buy the men’s face wash so check out the price on the face wash. If the cost is reasonable and it is a product the man in your life will use, go ahead and pick it up. Purchase both items, using the $1.50 coupon.

When you get home, log on or sign up for Rite Aid’s Single Check Rebate Program. Enter in the relevant information off the receipt and hit submit. This will make your eligible for the $4 rebate. So whatever the price of the face wash is- minus the $1.50 coupon- is what you pay for BOTH the body wash and the face wash!

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Free Arm & Hammer Toothpaste Sample

Receive a free sample of Arm & Hammer Advance White Brilliant Sparkle.

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Another Turbo Tax giveaway

In case you didn’t win any copies of Turbo Tax last week, Mrs. Micah at Finance for a Freelance Life is giving away another copy!

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Denny’s Free Grand Slam

In case you missed the hilarious chicken commercials during the Super Bowl game…

Go to Denny’s for a Free Original Grand Slam, Tuesday, February 9, from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

And don’t forget to visit Denny’s for a Free Original Grand Slam on your birthday.

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Welcome WVEC Viewers!

Welcome to everyone who saw me on WVEC this morning! Here are the links to all the deals I shared!

Free Dockers During the Superbowl Game

Great Pizza Deals

Free Short Stack of Pancakes at IHOP

Free Chips and Queso at Chili’s

Building a Coupon Stash

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Rite Aid 2/7

For all my new readers: Rite Aid is my FAVORITE drug store to shop. They have a program called Single Check Rebates. They mail you money back after you purchase things, and all you have to do is enter a few numbers on their website. You never have to mail anything in or cut out UPC codes. At the end of the month, they send you an e-mail and ask if you would like a check. Then they mail you a check you can take to the bank and cash!

Sign Up for My Rite Aid and get a coupon for $5 off of $25!

MONEYMAKER (after rebate)

Dove for Men Body Wash – around $4
Use $1.50/1 Dove for Men Printable Coupon
Pay $2.50 out of pocket
– $4.00 Single Check Rebate
$1.50 Profit after coupon and rebate!

Comtrex – $3.99
Use $2 off of 1 coupon from 2/7 Smart Source insert
$1.99 out of pocket
– $1 Single Check Rebate
99¢ after coupon and rebate!

For the complete list of deals click here!

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Friday is Mega Swag Bucks Day

Don’t forget today is Friday . . . . . That means Mega Swagbucks Day!!! That means that you can win up to 100 Swagbucks just for searching!!!

If you don’t use Swagbucks, you need to check it out! Swagbucks is a search engine, powered by Google, that gives you points for searching the internet. Just use it like you would Google or Bing, but you earn points for seaches. After you have banked enough points, you can trade them in for free items! Plus, they often offer special Swag Codes for additional points as well, so it’s not hard to rack up enough points to redeem often!

With Swagbucks you can earn gift cards (my personal favorite) and other rewards just by searching the internet. IPods, LCD televisions, and IPhones are some of the more fun items in the Swag Store- I personally am getting Amazon $5 gift cards toward a new television. It’s only 45 swag points to get a $5 gift card!

Plus, if you use this link here you can earn 3 Swag Bucks just for signing up!

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Free Chips and Queso at Chili’s

Join Chili’s e-mail club here and get free chips and queso!

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Frugal Friday

Is it better to save for your retirement or your kids education? Very interesting read.

How to set up a successful carpool!

When to Replace Your Car

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* Expired- It’s Tax Time- Win a copy of Turbo Tax

It’s tax time and it always amazes me how much it costs to do my taxes! Fortunately there are some websites that are giving away free copies of Turbo Tax! You can check out their websites below and register to win a free copy!

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Mapgirl

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My Next Buck

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