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This morning at Walgreens I purchased a Rockstar energy drink for $1.00. As advertised in this week’s Walgreens ad, I was expecting to receive a $1.00 Register Reward. I was shocked to hear the machine printing two $1.00 Register Rewards! I don’t know if this was a glitch or a temporary bonus Register Reward, but it’s worth a try! Worst case scenario: you get a free energy drink!
Here’s what I did:
Rockstar Energy Drink, 16 oz $1.00, sale price through 2/15
Visit Family Dollar today, 10/18, for a laundry freebie! Score All detergent absolutely free with a coupon stack. Use a $1.00 manufacturer coupon along with a $2.50 Family Dollar store coupon on a sale price and pay nothing! Keep in mind: the store coupon is a daily deal and available to print today only.
Krazy Coupon Lady
That is a good price, but I'm sorry that they wouldn't let you use the manufacturer coupon! Their coupon policy specifically allows for coupon stacking--but they might need to enter the coupon manually.
We have a new coupon for Snausages. Save $1.50 on any two dog snacks. Print this coupon now before it’s gone. Then grab snacks for just $0.25 at Family Dollar or Dollar General! (This coupon prints with a large ad underneath. Print multiple coupons or be ready to stop the printer to avoid wasting ink.)
Any Twix lovers out there? Print a buy one get one free coupon and score two bags of Twix Minis for the price of one at Family Dollar! This is a Family Dollar store coupon, so it must be used at Family Dollar. The offer is valid today only, so don’t wait!
We have a new coupon for Snausages! Save $1.50 on any two dog snacks. Print this coupon now before it’s gone. Then grab snacks for just $0.25 at Family Dollar or Dollar General! (This coupon prints with a large ad underneath. Print multiple coupons or be ready to stop the printer to avoid wasting ink.)
To print, go to print.coupons.com, enter zip code 12345 and click “enter.” Then come back to this post and click on the coupon link below. The coupon should be selected for you.
We’ve all seen them—beautifully organized shelves full of food and toiletries in neat, tidy rows. It would be great to have an entire room dedicated to storing all those coupon deals, wouldn’t it? However, most of us don’t have the luxury of all that extra space to store our cherished stockpiles.
When I first began couponing I was surprised at how quickly my own stockpile accumulated. My family of four lives in a modest home with no basement and very little storage space. With no obvious place to store anything, that great deal on deodorant became a permanent eyesore on the kitchen counter. The top of the dryer was filled with toothpaste and mouthwash bargains. The pantry was overflowing.
I knew if I didn’t get organized I would have to give up on couponing altogether. It took a little creativity, but with a few simple changes I found ways to manage my stash.
1. Don’t overstash
It’s very tempting to cash in on that free toothpaste deal every single week. However, you also need to consider where you will store it. Buy just enough to get the best deal and to get you through until the next sale. There will be more coupons when it’s time to replenish.
If you have a hard time passing up a great bargain, find a place in your garage to store a large box. Fill the box with any items you don’t need or use. Once it is full, donate it to a local shelter, and know that it is being put to good use by people who really need it.
2. Pack it all in
When I began to organize my pantry I found that there was a lot of unused space. Because the shelves are deep we tended to only use the front half of the cabinet efficiently. The back of the cabinet was littered with half empty bags of stale chips. I pulled everything out, sorted it, and carefully packed it back in. By grouping everything into similar categories, it fits into the cabinet nicely. Now, my cereal bargains are tightly lined up at the back of one shelf. Canned goods are neatly stacked in the back of another, and plastic containers hold bulk items like rice and pasta. The fronts of each cabinet are reserved only for the individual items we will need for the week or those we use on a regular basis.
I took the organization a step further and mounted a dry erase board on the back of each cabinet door to maintain an inventory of what is stored on each shelf. This system makes it easier to plan our meals and nearly eliminated our issue of wasting food.
3. Out of the package
Items are often sold in boxes and packaging that take up more space than necessary. A small bin in your pantry can contain loose fruit snacks, oatmeal packets and granola bars more efficiently. Loose razors can be stored together in a Ziplock bag. If necessary, liquid cleaning products can even be combined into larger containers (recycled milk jugs work well) and used as refills, instead.
4. Consider alternatives
Our laundry room had a lot of unused wall space. By installing two shelves that ran the length of the room, we gained an additional 12 feet of storage for our cleaning supply and paper product stockpiles. A shoe rack on the back of my closet door cleared shelf space for toiletries. Bed skirts hide crates filled with extra food. I even have stashes hidden in the pretty baskets on my living room shelves.
5. Display it
Some bargains can look beautiful if displayed in a new way. A large glass jar in my bathroom shows off the bars of soap I have accumulated. Other jars in my kitchen show off bulk grains. Extra produce can make a pretty table centerpiece when you need more space in your fridge. You will be surprised what an interesting container can do to transform (or hide) your stash.
6. Look outside your home
If all else fails, consider other locations. Buying or renting a small storage shed may be worth the savings as your stockpiles grow. Your church may offer you storage space in return for bargain cleaning supplies. A friend may let you keep a shelf of items in her basement if you help her find those great diaper deals. Although less convenient, these options will allow you to continue couponing until you find other options.
Using coupons doesn’t have to cause chaos. Stop drowning in your stockpiles and look around your home for storage options. With a little bit of creativity, your stash will be well organized — even in the smallest spaces.
We go through a lot of Tidy Cat litter at our house, so I reuse the large 14 and 20# jugs to store bird seed and other bagged stuff that's out in our garage that seemed to get knocked over or is a potential varmint lure. After a rinse and air dry also use for paper bagged cat food. After a scrubbing my daughter uses the large 35# tubs with flip tops lids to store baby clothes, sorted by size.
Thanks so much for this post! I always felt like the odd man out cus my stockpile wasn't neatly organized and displayed all in one place. I have mini stockpiles all over my house. My laundry room has a detergent/ laundry care stash. My husband has a mini stockpile under his sink and my toddler has a diaper/ wipes and baby care stockpile in the closet of his room lol .and so on with the rest of the house. I bought a large shelf hoping to display everything in one place cus i thought"thats how it was supposed to be " but soon realized it made more sense for things to be in practical places where they were being used and were more easily accessible.
These are also at Target for $0.94 ea before coupon.
I bribe my cashiers with coupons. I pass by a Dollar Tree every day on my walk to work. I get my inserts from a neighbor who delivers papers, so i always have tons. It helps me by making my transactions go easier and they like the free stuff! It's a win-win!
Shop at Family Dollar? Check out this hot deal on Suddenly Salad! Grab three boxes and score a $0.25 moneymaker after a Catalina. Boxes of this salad mix are on sale this week for $1.75. Buy three and a $5.00 Catalina will print. Use one $0.50 coupon for this bargain:
When rolling this, do you have to add a filler item since on your second
transaction it would be $1.75x3=$5.25-$1 man cpn- $5 catalina= -$.75?
Or do I just skip the coupon the second, third, fourth, etc. times?
Krazy Coupon Lady
I haven't heard of a limit. If anyone knows, feel free to chime in! The Catalina is rolling as well.
Need some candy to fill those Easter baskets? Take the recent newspaper coupon from the 3/10 Red Plum insert and purchase some inexpensive Starburst Jelly Beans at the Family Dollar. Easter is next Sunday, so don’t wait!
Buy 2 Starburst Jelly Beans, 14 oz $1.50, sale price through 3/30 Buy 1, Save up to $0.75 with Ibotta
Use one $1.00/2 Starburst or Life Savers Jellybeans Bags, 13 or 14 oz from RP 3/10 (exp 4/1)
Pay $2.00, Submit for $0.75 Ibotta Credit Final Price: $0.63, when you buy 2 USD
Score a hot Family Dollar coupon! Save $3.00 on a purchase of $15.00 or more at Family Dollar just by sending an eCard. It only takes a second. Enter your name and email and the recipient’s name and email, and that’s it. You’ll receive the link to the coupon. Print, and save big!