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Share the deals & questions 7/12

Posted July 12, 2012

Polka dot piggy bank

 

 

Found a deal today? Here's the place to share it! 

Have a question that doesn't fit into any of the other threads? Here's the place to ask it.

 

 

 

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  • educatedguess04 Jul 12, 2012

    Two Target freebies this week:

    1) 16 oz Hydrogen Peroxide @ $.52 - use $.75 off up&up first aid item target coupon (print from target.com)

    2) 1 oz travel size St. Ives Apriot Scrub @ $.97 - use $1 off printable coupon for liking them on Facebook

    Enjoy!

  • FlyingUnderTheRadar Jul 12, 2012

    Got THREE FREE Cereals...thanks all for the heads-up :)

    Also, if you're a Starburst/Skittles fan...Lowes Foods has them on sale for .50 (the small individual ones, up by the register w/ the other candy)...pair it w/ the .50/2 Q = FREE :) I'll follow any rainbow for that deal LOL!

  • heremeaj Jul 12, 2012

    HT at Strickland and Leesville has a basket of shampoo - Pantene - in the frozen food/baby asile and not up front with the other sale items. Not a lot left but perhaps 8 Pantene there at 5 pm today

  • finesse187 Jul 12, 2012

    Does anyone cell phone service through straight talk? If so, what has your experience been like?

  • sandtran36 Jul 12, 2012

    I think probably all of the HT's have marked down some discontinued HBA products. What you find probably depends on what was in stock and what has been sold already. After the markdowns and coupons I paid $20 for many good products that originally were priced at over $65!

  • kjohnson0131 Jul 12, 2012

    do you put it in bones and all if you do the whole chicken?

  • paintbananas Jul 12, 2012

    Oh, and the crock pot chicken freezes great, so it's worth buying the cheaper whole chicken in my opinion and freezing what you don't need for later. :)

  • paintbananas Jul 12, 2012

    kjohnson - I've found that if you're cooking a whole chicken, you do not need any liquid at all; the chicken itself will release plenty. If you're cooking boneless skinless chicken breasts, a little bit of water helps - mostly enough to keep them wet so they don't stick to the bottom, they don't need to even be covered.

  • kjohnson0131 Jul 12, 2012

    Has anyone ever cooked chicken in the crock pot to do batches for recipes that call for precooked chicken? If so, do I just put the breast in the crockpot and cook or do I need to add water? Any tips would be helpful

  • educatedguess04 Jul 12, 2012

    @ kjohnson0131 & nakabi - The HT by University Mall in Chapel Hill. However, as of last night they are all out of the Pantene mark downs.

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