I have a brother in Wisconsin couponing now and he has stocked up on shaving gel and toothbrushes from Walgreen’s, and chips at Target. He should be sending me a photo and tally this weekend which I will pass on to you. His oldest daughter (7 years old) now believes she should be able to use a new toothbrush every day because they have so many. I am not sure how many he got, but she seems to think they are swimming in them. I included a scan of a card she sent in a recent letter.
On my last trip to Lowe’s, I made a small purchase and didn’t want to waste one of my coupons on such a small priced item and didn’t want to buy more just to justify using the coupon. I noticed a couple behind me with a refrigerator and neither man nor woman looked particularly happy. So, as I left, I gave them a $25 off coupon for a purchase of $250 or more towards their fridge. That seemed to cheer them up a little. It might be the start of another couponing couple in Twin Falls.
Also in the photo are coupons for Lowe’s. Some I got in last Sunday’s Lowe’s sales flyers. The others I got from some Mover’s Guides at my local post office. I believe that Home Depot will honor the Lowe’s coupons, so I should be able to shop for best price first and still get 10% off. And, for the guys who read the Krazy Lady website over their wives’ shoulders, Joe’s Sports on Eagle Road is going out of business and is advertising 30% off if the Krazy Sign People who waved to me today as I drove by are to be believed. I wonder if they have any Coupon Camo? Or Coupon Hunting Licenses? Maybe you have to draw for certain areas depending on the coupon?