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WRAL SmartShopper

Friday freebies 8-27!

Posted August 27, 2010

Enjoy the freebies and enjoy your weekend!

$2.00 coupon for Ball Park Franks when you Like them on Facebook! . Click HERE for the coupon.

Free sample of Redken for Men Clean Spice 2-in-1 conditioning shampoo. Click HERE for the sample.

Free Carefree Fresh Start sample. Click HERE for the sample.

P&G samples and coupons including Head and Shoulders, Pantene, Tide, Cheer and more! Click HERE for the sample.

Free Build and Grow event at Lowes Home Improvement on Saturday 8/28 from 10 –11 AM. Kids get to build a wooden school bus with compartment for holding important kid stuff as well as a chalkboard and chalk. This summer, each child who attends an event also receives a coupon for a free junior Frosty from Wendy’s. You will need to register for this free event because they are very popular! Click HERE for the Build and Grow details and to register for the event.

$12 in printable coupons from Arm and Hammer. Click HERE for the coupons.

Join Buddig Lunch Club and receive coupons and other info on promotions. Once you sign up, you can print a coupon for $1 off 5 pouches or $1 off one tub. Thanks to Laura K. for sending me the link!  Click HERE to sign up for the club.





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  • Harleygirlie Aug 28, 2010

    Thank You Faye!

  • Nancy Aug 28, 2010

    I agree with others, CVS is the cats meow on simple easy deals to roll and keep reducing overall costs of goods purchased :)

    Walgreens is a bag full of tricks with # of items matching # of pieces of paper (coupons, RR's, their coupons etc). And difficult to roll their RR's because of manufacturer stipulations as they are Catalina's and not printed on the receipt as is done at CVS.

    Rite Aid - sheesh, it's still morphing. Now the UP rewards are limited but the print is so tiny in the ad it's hard to notice for most. They are getting more complicated with each pass. And I'm none too pleased with some of the errors they have made on SCR and GC's lately either. Calling them is odd because the CS people on the line have NO WAY to see any information on your concern! Kind of odd to say the least :( I do less and less with them each week.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 27, 2010

    For those of you who shop Walgreen's, be sure to read the info I just posted o their new coupon policy. It will help in some ways, but still leaves some issues up in the air.

    vhs - I agree - CVS is the easiest rebate program to work. I picked up the cheap John Freida and Listerine today using a gift card so FREE shampoo and mouthwash and I earned another $7 in ECB's!

  • j3434 Aug 27, 2010

    yep. :) especially since they take rite aid's rx transfer q's. i like walgreen's...but no transfer q's there.

  • nwi Aug 27, 2010

    I stick with CVS...very easy

  • j3434 Aug 27, 2010

    I'm telling you...these days you have to have your eyes and ears everywhere. There's all kinds of Q's and offers out there. The other day I was throwing away the paper from the top of my Hillshire Farm turkey tub so I could wash and reuse it, and there was a website and code to go to print $5 worth of Q's! There seem to be more "hidden" in magazine advertisements too...found one stuck on my Target-brand block cheese yesterday...my kids can now spot a Q a mile away, so that helps in the quest. Kohl's cash is another of my favorites these days. They already have such good sales...there are a TON of things on clearance there right now...and then you get Kohl's cash back to use later. However, while I'm on my soapbox, I must say that Rite Aid has finally issued the straw that has broken this camel's back. Their ads have too many tricks in there for me...the price listed for a product could be before or after a rebate or coupon or combo and it's too much for my little brain. :)