It's been a little while since we've seen one of the $5/$25 Walgreens coupons so I was excited to find they have released a new one good for Wednesday and Thursday (May 20-21, 2009) only of this week. Go print yours .
Your total must be $25 after all coupons and discounts, so I'd recommend using this on items which will produce a Register Reward in order to maximize your savings.
See the deals and freebies available at Walgreens this week here.
If you're a fan like me, you probably have become quite adept at cutting up credit cards. Up until now, I'd never considered a way to recycle them, but is brilliant. Not only is it a way to show your disdain for credit cards, but you can do it in a beautiful way!
Check out the detailed instructions for making your own mosaic (thanks to for passing along the link!)
Oh and if you are still sold on using plastic, you can to read why you should cut up those cards forever and find freedom in using real money.
just released a new set of e-Coupons. Be sure to and load them onto your card. They now have e-Coupons for Tom Thumb and Randall's grocery stores in addition to a host of Kroger-affiliated stores.
What I have found works best for e-Coupons is to just load all of them onto my card as they come out. I might not use all of them before they expire, but this guarantees that I won't miss any of the discounts because I forgot to load them onto my card. It's always a pleasant surprise for me at the checkout lane when e-Coupons come off–especially if I completely forgot I had loaded particular ones onto my card!
In other coupon news, SmartSource just released some new coupons including B1G1 Velveeta Shells and Cheese cups, $0.55/1 Dole salad blends, and $2.25/1 Ecotrin. The Ecotrin will be free after Register Rewards at Walgreens in a few weeks, so you'll want to print your coupon now if this is a product you'll use. Go here to print these coupons and more.
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