Saturday, December 31, 2011

SDM 20X the Points

Got some great points for my last shop of 2011!

2x Crispy Minis = Regular Price $3.29 sale $0.99
Tissue Paper = Regular $2.99 sale $0.49
4x Uncle Bens Rice = Regular $2.29 sale $0.99
2x Tomatoes = Regualr $2.29 sale $0.99
2x Irish Soap = Regualr $3.79 sale $0.99
2x Herbal Essences = Regular $5.49 sale $1.99 coupon for $0.75 and $0.50
StudioLine Hairspray = Regular $7.49 sale $3.99 coupon for $2.00
4x Cascade Action = Regular $6.99 sale $4.29 coupon for $1.50
Pampers = Regular $15.99 sale $9.88 coupon for $2.00
2x Johnson Baby = Regular $7.49 sale $3.99 coupon for $2.00 and $1.00 (each one also hadbonus pack of face and hand wipes)

Subtotal = $39.13
HST = $5.37

Regular Points = 530
Coupon Points = 2,000 (for the Johnson Products)
20x the Points = 10,070
Total Points = 12,600

Total Spent = $44.50
Total Saved = $54.91

Friday, December 30, 2011

Walmart Deals

I found some great deals today on Toilet Paper, Paper Towel and Chapstick that I wanted share.

3X Bounty = $7.98 PM Loblaws $4.88 *Coupon for $1.25 = $3.63each
3X Charmin = $8.98 PM Loblaws $4.88 *Coupon for $1.25 = $3.63each
*I had 3 coupons that were buy 2 Charmin, Puffs or Bounty Products get $2.50 off

Subtotal = $21.78
HST = $2.83

Total Spent = $24.61
Total Saved = $32.88

BUT did you notice that on the picture of the Bounty Paper Towels there are MORE coupons inside!  I opened them up when I got home and was VERY happy when I saw these ....

and the expiration date on them is September 2013.  So really I made money on this deal :)  If you don't have the same coupons I have you may also have the $1.00 Coupons for Bounty and Charmin and if you don't I still recommend you go and get the Bounty, it is $4.88 but you make that plus some with the coupons.

Next I wanted to check to see if our Walmart had any Nivea Chapstick because I had read online about a coupon that I had lots of getting me the chapstick for free and I was so pleased to find them.

18X Nivea Chapstick = $1.98 *Coupon for $2.00 =  - $0.02each
* The Coupon I had was a tear pad for Nivea Pure&Natural

Subtotal = -$0.36
HST = $4.63

Total Spent = $4.27
Total Saved = $36.00

Extra Printables for SDM 20X the Points Event

Anyone planning to go to Shoppers for the 20X the points event?!  If you are don't forget to check their Website for extra printable coupons for bonus points I also found some great ones on the Smart Canucks Forum.

Happy Shopping!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Craft Time

A great way to save money at Christmas time is to make some your own gifts when you can, we have been making a few in our house and having lots of fun with them. 

Tree Ornament

Personal Chalk Board

Sea Salt Body Scrub

For complete details on how to make any of the above Click here to check out my other blog DressesAndDirt. 

Friday, December 16, 2011


Tonight I made my way over the RCSS (Real Canadian Super Store) with no children, which was heaven, and was able to get some great deals.  Here is my breakdown

Cream Cheese x2: regular $3.97 PM Sobeys = $1.99each
Simply OJ x2: regular $6.99 PM Fresh Co = $2.97each
Ice Cream x3: regular $3.69 PM Fresh Co $1.97 then $5.00 Coupon from Company = $0.30each 
Green  Pepper: regular: $1.59 per lb PM Fresh Co $0.99 per lb = $0.60 
Broccoli: On Sale at RCSS $1.28 Pm Fresh Co = $0.99each
Pickles: regular $3.87 PM Food Basic = $1.99each
Tomato: regular $1.99 per lb PM Food Basic $0.99 per lb = $1.20
Tenderflakes x3: regular $3.47 PM Food Basic $1.99 then 3X $1.00 Coupon = $0.99each
Black Diamond Cheese x3: regular $8.29 on sale = $3.97each
Ham: $6.28 (not sure regular price) = $6.28each
Cocoa: regular $3.99 on sale = $3.59each
Bread x3: regular $3.29 PM Zellers = $1.99each
Ginger: $0.17
Sweet Potato: $2.52 (not sure regular price) = $2.52

Total Spent = $49.02
Total Saved = $50.60

I like this shop because it shows you that price matching can make a HUGE difference so take advantage! 

We have been very crafty in this house over the last few days getting ready for Christmas, I hope to be sharing our ideas with you in the next two days so stay tuned.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Walmart Deals

I went over to Walmart this evening with my sister and her husband to do a little price matching.  I was excited about the Wipes deal as was my sister ... she got 15!!  We got some other great deals too

Gain - $5.97 PM No Frills for $2.97 used $3.00 coupon WUB2 = $1.47each Peanut Butter - $4.77 PM No Frills for $2.00 = $2.00each
Wipes: $3.47 PM Loblaws for $2.00 used $1.00 coupon = $1.00each

Subtotal = $11.94
HST = $2.07

Total = $14.01
Saved = $19.09
Thats a 76% savings!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

My Shoppers Drug Mart Bonus Redemption

Today and Tomorrow SDM is having their Biggest redemption of the year.  I was able to go this morning with my husband and we did a great shop.  This was our first time redeeming at one of these events and was very exciting!  Here is what we got...

We stocked up on lots of goodies for the holidays and Christmas gifts plus lots of basics that we needed.

Chips X4 - $2.49each
Foil X2 - $2.49each
Simply Chips X3 - $1.99each
Halls X2 - $1.49each
Face Mask X5 - $1.79each
Cotton Swabs - $3.99each
Contact Solution X2 - $4.99each
Catnip - $3.29each
Chick Peas X8 - $1.29each
Campbells Soup X2 - $0.59each
Bean Medley X3 - $1.29each
Black Beans X5 - $1.29each
Green Beans X4 - $1.29each
Beans X6 - $1.29each
Corn X6 - $1.49each
Sour Cream X2 - $1.99each
Chip Dip X4 - $4.99each
Nail Polish X2 - $7.49each 
Nail Polish - $7.99each
Bacon X2 - $3.49each
Burts Bees - $6.99each
Sippy Cup - $7.49each
Apple Juice X2 - $1.29each
Balea Lip Balm - $1.99each
Bentasil X4 - $3.99each
Lemon Tea - $5.99each
Butter X4 - $3.49each
Axe Spray X2 - $4.99each
Eggs X2 - $2.39each
Yogurt X2 - $3.69each
Milk - $5.79each
Face Wash X2 - $7.99each $2.00 coupon
Cascade X3 - $3.99each $1.50 coupon

Subtotal - $260.36
HST - $22.23
Saved - $59.80
Bonus Points Redeemed - 95,000 ($250)

Total Paid = $32.59
Total Saved = $309.80

Thursday, December 1, 2011

SDM Biggest Event of the Year!

Anyone have any Shoppers Drug Mart Optimum points saved up?  If so this is the weekend to cash in!  This Saturday and Sunday (December 3rd and December 4th) you will get more money for your points...

Spend 30,000 get $60 (that's an extra $20)
Spend 50,000 get $125 (that's an extra $40)
Spend 95,000 get $250 (that's an extra $80)

Don't forget taxes are extra

Monday, November 28, 2011

Giving Back

With the Christmas Season upon us I have been trying to teach my girls that it is better to give then to receive and that there are people who have nothing and we have so much.  One of my goals was to be able to use my couponing to give back and today, for the first time, I was able to and it felt AMAZING!  I made a little trip to my Dentist, Dr Do, and asked for some coupons.  Well I was blown away when she had a HUGE stack for me.  So I headed over to my parents house so my Mom could help me sort all the coupons, no small task, there were about 1000!  Some were actually expired but we still had tons and the one that I wanted to my deal today ... I had 275!  I had to go to two different Walmarts but was able to get a huge amount have a look .....

Crazy Right!  So here are the details:

126 - 85ML Toothpaste = Regular Price $2.69 Price Match Loblaws $0.99 and $1.50 coupon from my Dentist for each one.
43 - Travel Size Toothpaste = $1.00 then $1.50 coupon from my Dentist for each one

Retail Cost: $431.59 (including HST)

and my total ... drum roll please ...

I MADE $65.08

That's right Walmart PAID me $65.08 in gift cards to "BUY" 169 tubes of toothpaste.  So we are ready to make a large toothpaste donation to charity (and share among our family and friends who need it) then use the money we made to buy some gift for children in need.  I LOVE that I was able to do this and will help so many people out!   

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Value Village Deals

Value Village had a 50% off sale on all there clothes, bed and bath and accessories so I headed over for some great savings.

scarf: $0.99 sale $0.50
zebra train $0.99
gloves: $1.49
winter dress: $4.99 sale $2.50
shoes: $3.99 sale $1.99
boots: $9.99 sale $5.00
belt: $3.99 sale $2.00
skirt: $2.99 sale $1.50
bag: $2.99 sale $1.50
shorts: $1.99 sale $1.00
summer dress: $2.99 sale $1.50
pants: $2.99 sale $1.50
womens jacob jeans: $12.99 sale $6.50
childrens jeans: $4.99 sale $2.50

Subtotal: $30.48
HST: $3.12

Total Spent: $33.60
Total Saved: $27.88
Just think of how much more I saved by shopping second hand!

Saturday, November 19, 2011

My Shoppers and Superstore Deals

Shoppers Drug Mart
Pampers: $23.99 sale $9.99 Coupon $2.00
Cookies: $4.49 sale $1.99 (200 bonus points WUB2)
V8 Fusion: $4.49 sale $3.00 Coupon $0.50
Tylenol: $14.99 sale $5.99 Coupon $4.00 WUB2 (2350 bonus points WUB2)
Nyquil: $15.49 sale $9.99 Coupon $2.00 (2700 bonus pointsWUB2)
Canesten: $10.49 {poor baby has bad diaper rash :( }
Vicks Babyrub: $7.49 sale $$4.99 sale $2.00
Flinstone Vitamins: $11.99 sale $6.99 coupon $2.00
Pot of Gold: $7.99 sale $3.99 {Christmas tradition one for me one for my sister}
Jam: $4.49 sale $2.49 Coupon $1.00
Bread: $2.49 sale $1.99 Coupon $0.50
Mouthwash: $8.99 sale $4.99 Coupon $5.00 = FREE

Subtotal: $91.29
HST: $16.53

Regular Points: 1570
Product Bonus Points: 5250
20x the Points: 29830

Total Spent = $107.82
Total Saved = $121.48
Total Points Earned = 36,650

Real Canadian Superstore
Milk Skim and 2%: $5.59 sale $3.97
Milk 3.25%: $5.37
Oasis OJ: $5.99 sale $3.99 PM Fresh Co $2.97
Sandwich Meat: $4.67
Littlest Pet Shop: $3.94 sale $1.94
Broccoli: $1.79 PM Loblaws $1.00
Blackberries: $1.99 PM Loblaws $1.00
Tomatoes: $1.99
Apples: $0.96 per LB
Bananas: $0.78 PM Fresh Co $0.67
Beans: $1.27 sale $0.99 PM Metro $0.59
Soups: $0.99 PM Metro $0.59
PJ Bottoms: $15
PJ Bottoms: $9

Subtotal: $66.29
HST: $3.62 NO TAX $0.00 FREE

Total Spent = $66.29
Total Saved = $21.18

I love being able to PM (Price Match) at RCSS, it makes things so much easier, to be able to go to one place, and the Super Walmart is much farther away.  The cashier was telling me that last week they made $10,000 due to PMing and there are rumours that if it goes well they will make it store policy ... fingers crossed!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

20x Event

Saturday 19th ONLY
Spend $50 and recieve 20x the points

No Tax at RCSS

Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th there is no tax at the Real Canadian Superstore. 

How to get Free Kitchen Catchers

Today is your last day to get the free kitchen catchers from Walmart.  Here is what you have to do;

You need to have your Flyer from the Real Canadian Super Store (RCSS).  In the ad they have a sale for the Kitchen Catchers for $1.97.  Then if you click here you will find the $2.00 link for the Kitchen Catchers.  Make sure that you pay attention to the size in the ad and find ones that are within that size.  So at the cash hand them your flyer for RCSS and tell them that you are price matching.  Make sure to do this before they start scanning.  Then they will price match them all, hand them the coupons and there you go you will be paying just the tax!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Walmart x2

I made two trips to Walmart today and was very please with the deals that I got ... Free is Fun!

Cake: $1.97 on sale for $1.00
Crackers: $2.97 PM Zellers for $1.69
Goldfish: $2.97 on sale for $2.00 used coupon for $0.50
Gain: $10.97 PM Fresh Co for $4.97 used coupon for $3.00 WUB2

Subtotal: $26.46
HST: $1.29
Total Spent: $27.75
Total Saved: $31.09


Regular Price: $5.97 x 10 = $59.71
Price Match RCCS: $1.97 x 10 = $19.70
Coupon $2.00 x 10 = negative $0.30
HST: $2.56
Total Spent: $2.26
Total Saved: $57.45


Total Spent: $30.01
Total Saved: $88.54
(74% savings)

Metro Deal

I made a trip to Metro today to get a few groceries and stumbled upon a great deal!  I was able to get cottage cheese for $0.99 each after sale and coupons.  

Regular Price: $3.29 x 5 = $16.45
Sale Price: $1.99 x 5 = $9.95
-$1.00 coupon: $0.99 x 5 = $4.95 total spent

Total Spent: $4.95
Total Saved: $11.50

Sunday, November 6, 2011

A Free kind of day

Today I took a trip to Dollarama to find some storage containers for my growing stockpile and my sister and I asked if they were taking coupons and amazingly outs still is!  I had my coupon for Palmolive that I got from the company and got five containers for $0.65!  Just tax, as they were $1.00 and my coupons were from the company were for $1.00 off :)  I am defiantly going to be doing come research on what other coupons I can use there!

Before we went to Dollarama my sister saw on Kijij, in the free section, that there was a house that had tons of kids stuff on the lawn for free, so we sung over hoping there would be a few things and .....

We couldn't believe how much we found, some for her family, some for my family and some for my neighbour!

Friday, November 4, 2011

My Deals for the Day


Eggs - $2.59
Chicken/Beef Broth - $2.79 each on sale $1.67 coupon $0.75 off 2 = $1.30each
Yogurt - $3.99 on sale $2.49 coupon $0.50 = $1.99
Arm&Hammer - $6.49 sale $3.99 coupon for free = FREE
V8 Juice - $3.99 sale $2.99 coupon $0.75, scanned wrong so (SCOP) one I made $0.75 the other was $2.24
Kashi Bars - $4.19 coupon for free = FREE
Cheese - $8.59 sale $4.99 coupon $0.754 = $4.24 each

Subtotal = $35.07
HST = $1.06

Total Spent = $36.13
Total Saved = $48.80



Nutrigrain Bars - $2.00 coupon $0.75 = $1.25
Thinsations - $2.00 coupon $0.75 = $1.25
Icing - $2.49 price match Fresh Co $0.99 = $0.99
Cake Mix - $1.97 price match Fresh Co $0.99 = $0.99
Taco Kit - $3.47 price match Food Basics $2.99 = $2.99
Salad Dressing - $2.37 price match Food Basics $0.99 = $0.99

Subtotal = $12.42
HST = $0.26
Total Spent = $12.68
Total Saved = $25.07

Sobeys and Metro


Crackers = $2.99 on sale $1.99
Flour = $4.29 on sale $2.99
Cereal = $5.49 on sale $2.49 coupon $1.00 = $1.49
Milk = $5.49
Milk = $4.49
Chicken = on sale for $15.49
Pop = $5.79 on sale $2.99

Subtotal = $48.37
HST = $1.17

Total Spent = $49.54
Total Saved = $20.53 (plus what I saved on the chicken)


Alymer Tomato = $1.79 on sale $0.99
Raspberries/Blackberries = on sale $1.67each (not sure how much they are regular price as I only buy them on sale)
Hotdogs = $3.99 on sale $1.99
Hothouse Tomato = $1.79
Toothpaste = $5.49 on sale $3.79 coupon $3.00
Hot Chocolate = $4.99 on sale $3.88 (has $8 worth of coupons on the package)

Subtotal = $17.86
HST = $0.99
Total Spent = $18.85
Total Saved = $9.99 (plus what I saved on the Berries)

Totals for my shop today
Total Spent = $117.20
Total Saved = $104.39

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Deals for the Week

Here are some of the deals that I think look good for the week

- Colgate Total $1.77 ($1 coupon) $0.77
- Thinsations $1.99 ($0.75 coupon) $1.24

- Aylmer Tomato $0.99
- Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief $3.79 ($3.00 coupon) $0.79
- Raspberry/Blueberry/Blackberry $3/5 ($1.67each)
- Schneiders Red Hot Hotdogs $1.99

- Old El Paso Taco Kit and Salsa $2.99
- Kraft Salad Dressing $0.99

- Broccoli $0.99
- Ginger Root $0.89
- Cottage Cheese $3.49 ($0.75 coupon) $2.74
- Huggies Wipes $2.00 ($1.00 coupon) $1.00

- Butter $2.77
- Nutrigrain Bars $1.99 (B1G1 Free coupon) $1.33
- Cake Mix and Frosting $0.99
- Cucumber $0.89
- Bananas $0.67

- Black Diamond Cheese $4.99 ($0.75 coupon) $4.24
- Campbells Broth and Chunky Soup $3/5 ($0.75 off when you buy 2) $1.29
- Minigo $2.49 ($0.50 coupon) $1.99
- Unico Beans $0.99

- 12 pack pop $2.99
- Christie Crackers and Peek Freans $1.99
- Dempsters Bread $1.99 ($0.50 coupon) $1.49
- Chicken Drumsticks and Thighs $1.99
- Selection Flour $2.99

- VIM $0.99 ($1.00 coupon) FREE 

There are a few places online that break down all the deals with all the coupons that are available, keep in mind the list of coupons goes way back lots of them are no longer available.  Also don't forget that you can price match at walmart from any of these stores and lots of stores have unadvertised sales (usually SDM and Walmart).

Rexall has released a huge book of coupons for the next two weeks with some really great coupons and remember they can be used at Walmart also.  Happy Shopping.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Shoppers Drug Mart Shop

SDM had a great deal on diapers this weekend and I had a few coupons from the newspaper so i had to take advantage.  I also picked up a Peanut Butter, for those of you that go through lots, like my family does the price will be going up by a lot, in the New Year I believe, so stock up when it goes on sale!

Diapers: Regular Price $23.99 Sale $9.99 - $2.00 Coupon $7.99
Peanut Butter: Regular Price $7.49 Sale $2.49

HST: $1.00
Total Spent: $19.47
Total Saved: $33.00

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Lets Start From The Begining

I know that couponing can seem daunting and overwhelming but the benefits are really life, and budget, changing!  So I thought that I should post about how I have started and maybe it can help you in your journey.  To begin I did a lot of reading, and I mean a lot!  I googled and searched and talked to lots of people online, and then decided that it was something that I wanted to try.  Now if you have watched TLC's Extreme Couponing and that is what you think this is going to be like you are mistaken.  Yes you can get great deals and lots of stuff for free but what you see on TV is NOT the norm BUT you can have great success!

Where to Find Coupons:
There are so many places now that you can find coupons, some are for as much as $10.00 and others are for as little as $0.25 but the way that I look at it is no matter what the amount a penny saved is a penny earned :)

TEAR PADS:  Have you ever really looked around at the drug store or grocery store, these little gems are everywhere now!  I have found a lot of my best deals have been from using tear pads.  When you find one that you like take a few, not the whole pack share the wealth.  Some stores have the same ones but there are variations so keep your eyes open at all locations.  My favourite places to find them are Sobeys, Metro, SDM (Shoppers Drug Mart), and Rexall.  Now Loblaws (Loblaws, SuperStore and Independent)also has them but they do say that they are for any Loblaws Inc Store only.  BUT with those coupons you can use them at Walmart as they take all competitors coupons and they add match.

INTERNET:  There are so many places on the Internet now that you can get amazing coupons.  My go to sites are , , , .  For these sites you sign up pick out your coupons and they mail them to you, they are very fast in getting them to you.  Then there is a waiting period until you can have them mailed to you again.  You are allowed one account per household and email.  There are also many places that you can go to to print coupons online, there are sites that are dedicated to printing online like and but also lots of company's have coupons right on their websites.  Company's also tend to offer free samples or coupons if you "like" their page on facebook.  There are lots of sites, like mine, that are dedicated to frugal living just a little google work and you can be loaded with information.  A good idea might be to open another email account and have it specifically for couponing that way your everyday email wont get filled with you couoon, organization is key.

NEWSPAPER:  The newspaper does offer coupons, but unlike in the US it is not every week.  There are inserts every few weeks on the weekend papers.

OTHER:  You can find coupons in lots of different packages in all sorts of different products, you just have to keep your eyes open.  For example there are cereal boxes, juice containers, and taco kits and don't forget magazines.

There are also many companies that offer free samples, these are great as they are free plus a lot of the time they come with a coupon to try the product.

Once you set your mind to try couponing you will start to see them everywhere and it can be very exciting when you find a good one.  One of the best pieces of advice I can give you is to be patient!  You really want to know your prices of products when they are full price and when they are on sale.  Know you "best prices"  that is when you want to use coupons.  This will maximize your savings and keep your out of pocket cost low.  Another trick is to look for the smallest size possible, now I know to most that goes against what we were taught when trying to save money but hear me out.  When you go for the smaller size you will get the bigger bang for your coupon and that is when your out of pocket will be very little if anything.  For example I was able to buy the smallest size of  Listerine and make $0.12 per bottle, if I had bought the larger size I would have been out of pocket.  Travel size can be your best friend, they can be your money makers like the shaving cream that I made $1.04 off, for each container I bought. 

Just remember to take it slow so that you don't get overwhelmed, couponing is fun so have fun and enjoy it!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

My Latest Deals

I have had a few good deals this week and received a few wonderful samples and coupons in the mail :)


Shaving Cream Travel Size: $1.96 had a $3.00 off Coupon, Made $1.04 per total MADE  $12.48
Binder: Regular $8.74 on Sale for $6.00 Scanned in wrong so was FREE
Hamster Food: $4.68
Pages for my new Coupon Binder $3.98 each

In the Mail I got my P&G Samples and it came with some great coupons!

I emailed Colgate the other week and asked for some Coupons and today I got them!  YEAH!  5 Coupons for $1.00 off! 

Loblaws / RCSS

Buckleys: On sale for $4.99 had $3.00 off Coupon from a Tear Pad making them $1.99 each
Yogurt Snack: $2.99 - Snack for Hubby
Ketchup: $2.99 - We ran out and didn't have a coupon, but it was on sale
Thermos:  $6.00 - for my little one for lunches
Dove Body Wash: $3.99 each, had a $2.00 coupon for each, Cashier rang my Coupons through twice so I got them FREE

HST: $1.82
TOTAL: $13.93

Walmart, again :)

Dove: $2.97 Price Matched To No frills $1.00 then used my buy two save $2.00 Coupons, and the cashier scanned one in twice so MADE $2.00
Heinz: on sale for $0.67

HST: $1.82
TOTAL: $5.18

On Saturday Michaels had a one day sale that included a coupon that gave you 25% off your entire purchase, this I could not pass up :)  There are two pictures to show everything I got, total was just over $40!!  I was very pleased.  The Cards were priced wrong they should have been $11.99 but there was a sale sign that said 2/$8.00 so I was able to get the sale price!  I was able to get some decorations for just over a dollar each and some great little stocking stuffers.
 Now these multi packs are normally $8.99 and they were on sale for $0.84 PLUS another 25% off, which made them .... $0.63 EACH!!

Flyers are out for next week and my new coupon binder is coming together nicely, fingers crossed for some great deals this weekend, I have LOTS of coupons that expire on Monday!!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Rexall Run

So a little while ago Rexall had Multibionta Vitamins on sale for $9.99 for a 30 pack and I bought a few and got a raincheck for 9 more.  So today I went and picked up my other 9 (5 for me 4 for a friend). 

Total: $0.00
HST: $11.69
Total Spent: $11.69
Total Saved: $139.41

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Share the Ziploc

After we got a bunch of Ziploc for FREE my wonderful husband went back and got another 40 so we could share with our family and friends :)

Total bought 40
on sale for $0.98 then used the buy two save $2.00

Total Negative: $0.80
HST: $5.10
Total: $4.30

Monday, October 17, 2011

The Ziploc Shop

This morning I went to Walmart and SDM with my girlfriend Jenn and we got some really good deals :)

I picked up 2 more Colgate Toothpaste for the kiddies $0.88 each
Total: $1.99
Saved: $3.22

50 Ziploc: On Sale for $0.98 Tear Pad Coupon $2.00 off WUB 2 (Coupon can be found at Loblaws, Independent or Superstore)  So Made $1.00 on all 50
Bounty: Price Matched Zellers for $4.98 plus Coupon for $1.00 off
Dove Bar: Price Matched Zellers for $1.49 each after Coupon $0.49each
Dove Baby Wash: Price Matched SDM for $2.98 each after Coupon 1.98 each
For each of the Dove I used the Tear Pad for Buy 2 different Dove Products get $2.00 Off
Spider Web: $1.00
Stickers: $2.24
Total: $11.10
HST: $8.59
Grand Total: $19.69