Print these two coupons to be ready for the sale starting at Rite Aid on 02/23. L’oreal Hair Expertise Ever or Oleo Haircare with be on sale and match that sale up with these 2 coupons for a great deal!
Here is the deal:
Buy L’Oreal Hair Expertise Ever or Oleo Haircare -$5.99
Less: (1) $2/1 L’Oreal Hair Expertise Product (link above)
Stack: $2/1 L’Oreal Hair Expertise Rite Aid VV riteaid.com Video Values
Final Price: $1.99!
Always a good idea to stock up on good ol detergent!
All liquid Laundry Detergent is regularly $5.99 per bottle at Safeway but is on sale this week for $3.50. Use a $1.00 off one coupon to get a bottle for just $2.50.
You can find the $1/1 coupon in one of the below places:
All Laundry Detergent, 50 oz $3.50, sale price through 2/25
Use $1.00/1 – All Laundry Detergent, 24 loads or larger (redplum.com)
Or $2.00/2 – All Laundry Detergent, 24 load or larger (facebook.com)
Or $2.00/2 – All Laundry Detergent (facebook.com)
Or $2.00/2 – All Laundry Detergents, 24 loads or larger from RP 2/9
Final Price: $2.50
After my olive oil tutorial, I figure I need to put a coupon up to buy oil, of course, because coupons are money, money is time and time is money. You can print two copies of this coupon. Are you brand loyal to you olive oil? Comment below please 🙂 http://www.coupons.com/alink.asp?go=13903xh2010&bid=1326900001
SAVE $1.00 Filippo Berio® On Any Filippo Berio® Olive Oil
Number one frugal shopping rule:
Buy when the product is at its rock-bottom sale/clearance price, match-up coupons, and stock-up. This will save you tons of money.
Don’t buy something just because it is on sale. First, ask yourself: Is it a good sale? Do I need it today? Do I have a coupon? Will it be discounted further soon? All good questions to ponder.
Every month, you will learn to recognize what items are at their ‘rock-bottom price’. About every 6-weeks items go on sale again. Once or twice a year, it hits a rock-bottom price…ding, ding, ding.
For the hardcore frugalist, this is a time to ‘stock-up’ and maximize on those saving.
For a recent example; after Valentines Day, candy/gifts are on sale. Match-up your coupons with the clearance candy and buy enough to last 6 months or more. What do you do with it? Freeze it. Then, when you NEED candy, you have it and you have it a lot cheaper than you would if you had to buy it at that moment. See what I mean? This shopping method can be applied to any item.
Obviously, if you are stocking up on shampoo or other essential non-perishable goods, you can store it in your stockpile or designated stock area. For self-care items, I usually watch when certain products I use go on clearance, I have a coupons for it, then stock up; if it is say, less than a dollar.
Furthermore, pay attention to your shopping habits. Pay attention to where you could be saving money in your budget. Pay attention to sales, circulars ads and stores in general. When you begin to have a conscience eye on how the stores sell and product cycles, you will then learn the ways of extreme savings.
Do you have a stock or something similar?