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Friday, December 18, 2009

Once again 80% off Restaurant.Com


Starts today and ends Friday December 25th! This is a great last minute gift for a friend or family member! Go to Restaurant.com and get a $25 gift certificate for $2! AMAZING DEAL. Use promotion code SANTA at check out. While you are there make sure and give all your friends and family members a free $10 certificate to use through the Feed It Forward 2009 Offer. You can send up to 30 each day. Great deal if there are places that you go to a lot and just want to have some discount certificates on hand for whenever.

Get out there and eat for super cheap in The Buff, and let your friends eat too.

Monday, November 30, 2009

$25 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $2, Today Only

Restaurant.com's Cyber Monday deal is one of their all time most loved promotions... 80% off! You can get a $25 gift certificate for about $10 normally with the 80% off code it brings the price down to $2! What a great way to have a super cheap date night with your hubby or special date with your kids.

Use promotion code SAVE to redeem the 80% off. Offer good 11/30 only.

Hurry up and get some in The Buff!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

FREE Movie Passes!

WYRK and REgal Cinemas Presents The Cans Film Fest - Tomorrow morning between 7a-9a The Breakfast Club will be asking listeners to come down to the Rand Building, 14 Lafayette Square, downtown Buffalo to drop off a bag of non-perishable goods in exchange for a FREE Regal Cinema movie pass or prize from the WYRK prize closet (while supplies last). WYRK will be set up in front of the Rand Building accepting donations to benefit the areas less fortunate...


This information can also be viewed at WYRK's page HERE.

So get out there and freeze your buns off in The Buff ;)

Sunday, October 18, 2009

This Week

This week looks like it's going to be a great week! The sales at Walgreens and Tops have made me an excitable mess! Hope you got your paper(s) today because there are some great coupons in there. By the end of the week I hope to have our freezer stocked full of free turkey products from Jennie-O and free cold and flu medicines for the hubby and I... you know, just in case ;)

Also it's getting closer to Halloween and we love hanging out with some friends and doing our annual halloween fun with them. We've still got to figure out what to dress the kids up as. We've got The Great Pumpkin Farm to look forward to (no, we still haven't made it) and hopefully some apply picking.

If you haven't booked your Free Night of Theater yet? My daughter and I got tickets for the Theater of Youth's production of Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business last week. It was AWESOME! We had so much fun and look forward to next years free tickets to come around again. Anyway, there is only one play left... several showings, in the next couple weeks and then that's it for the year. So if you are interested in going to a free play with a date than sign up and GO, you'll thank yourself (in The Buff, of course).

What are your plans in The Buff this week?

Monday, October 12, 2009

I'm BAAAAACK!

Did you miss me? I bet you did! Well, I'm back and I'm here to help you enjoy this great city and find some fabulous deals.

It's fall and the trees are in full color. What's your favorite thing to do in the fall?

We enjoy apple picking and going to The Great Pumpkin Farm. It's a tradition and we love those things. This year seems like it's been colder or wetter or busier or something because we have not gotten out much. My daughter and I did score FREE theater tickets to see Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business at the Theater of Youth (TOY) this past weekend and it was such a great show. Want to score some of your own free tickets? Well Junie B. Jones is no longer available but there are some others at Free Night of Theater's website. I honestly didn't think she enjoyed the show but she's been talking about it ever since and pretending to put on plays. This was a musical that was appropriate for children ages 4 and older. The actors did such a fantastic job, and afterward they let the audience (kids) ask questions. Some of the questions were really cute! I've been to a handful of plays and performances in my lifetime and I can honestly say that THIS ONE was by far THE BEST one I've ever been to. I had a hard time not laughing through the whole thing!

This week there are some great deals at Walgreens, especially if you need diapers, so make sure you check out the Shopping List Links on the side bar. Also at the end of the week 10/16-10/18 Quality Markets has a doubler in their add where you can double any coupon up to $3! WOW! This could mean some free or cheap stuff that is usually expensive. I've never shopped Quality Markets but I'll give it a go this week just for the doublers. (some restrictions apply to the doublers so make sure you read the fine print) I've got a few days but I plan on coming up with a plan of action for what to buy there.... I'm thinking laundry soap but we'll see. They also have the Purex Laundry soap on sale for $2.99 and if you use the coupon available on Purex's website (doubled with their normal coupon policy) you can get it for $1.99.

So tell us about your favorite Fall activities and what deals you will be doing this week.

Remember to get out there in The Buff and enjoy yourself!

Friday, August 7, 2009

Taking a Break

Yup, that's right... I was taking a break. Don't worry though, the links for the shopping lists are actually good for each week. Click on them and they should take you to the current shopping list for each store.

Additionally, if you are still looking for something to do in The Buff this summer check out my post HERE.

One last thing, there are so many things that make The Buff so great... here's my list of favorites:
  • Treasure hunting in your neighbors trash on bulk trash day.... and your neighbor's neighbor, and so on.
  • It really is the City of Good Neighbors ... we've been on the receiving end of garden fresh veggies and flowers from several friends and neighbors. We've also been on the giving end and it's so nice to share with our neighbors and friends.
  • The weather is great and there are tons of things to do.
So what have you been doing this summer in The Buff?

Monday, June 15, 2009

Shopping Lists 6/14-6/20

Here are your lists and resources for this week. If you shop at a different store that accepts coupons and would like to see a list for it, leave a comment and I'll work on getting a list or resource for you. Happy Shopping!!!

Tops list can be found HERE (thanks Ann at Coupons, Deals and More)
Don't throw your circular away... there is a $1 coupon doubler in their ad this week. You can use 2 on a purchase of $15 or more (says after other coupons have been deducted). It's a limited time event for the 18th - 20th. This could be a great tool to get some additional FREE stuff (along with your free Santa Cruz Juice - see link for details). There is only one doubler in your ad so get your neighbors ad, you friends ad, your mom's ad and pick some up in the store. Break your shopping up in to as many transactions as you can with the total of $15 after coupons to take the best advantage of this deal.

Wegmans list can be found HERE (thanks Liz at Frugal in Virginia)
the list doesn't appear to be up yet, but I'm sure it will be soon.


Aldi list can be found HERE (thanks Sharon at Good, True and Beautiful)

Walmart can be found HERE (thanks Money Saving Mom)
Don't forget to get your FREE floss and FREE ice cream! What a pair huh?!
The price on the Bar-S hot dogs hasn't dropped yet so while it may be free in lots of areas of the country it's still not free here... yet!

Target can be found HERE (thanks Ginger at Attention Target Shoppers)

Walgreens can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
St. Ives Bodywash is FREE this week if you have coupons from a few weeks ago.
I hope you've been saving your coupon inserts!

CVS can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)

Rite Aid list can be found HERE (Shabby Chic at The Coupon Insider)

Monday, June 8, 2009

Shopping Lists 6/7-6/13

Here are your lists and resources for this week. If you shop at a different store that accepts coupons and would like to see a list for it, leave a comment and I'll work on getting a list or resource for you. Happy Shopping!!!

Tops list can be found HERE (thanks Ann at Coupons, Deals and More)
Wegmans list can be found HERE (thanks Liz at Frugal in Virginia)
Aldi list can be found HERE (thanks Sharon at Good, True and Beautiful)
Walmart can be found HERE (thanks Money Saving Mom)
Target can be found HERE (thanks Ginger at Attention Target Shoppers)
Walgreens can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
CVS can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
Rite Aid list can be found HERE (Shabby Chic at The Coupon Insider)

Monday, June 1, 2009

The Garden Center


Growing your own garden and doing your own landscaping is a great way to save a buck or two (or lots). I'm not the greatest gardener or the most experienced out there but I do have some frugal tips for you that can help you save even more money.

In our effort to replant our garden this year, and you know it's FINALLY time to plant here in Western New York, we've had to get creative in how we spend our money. I don't know if you know this but it turns out that money doesn't grow on trees... no matter how much you care for them or tend to them! So here are my tips for you:
  • Ask your local home improvement store if they have any torn or broken bags of mulch, soil, compost or other item you need for your garden/yard. They set these aside as 'unwanted' and will usually sale them for super cheap. Our Home Depot puts all the previous day's broken or otherwise defective bags on a palate and who ever gets there first in the morning can buy the whole palate for $3 bucks or so.
  • Check into your towns composting or mulching facility. Amherst has a composting and mulching facility and they will sale compost, mulch and even some soil. Check out their website HERE. I got this tip from a friend this weekend and after looking at their prices this is the way to go!
  • When you buy plants look for the dying ones and ask for a discount. With a little attention these plants almost always survive.
  • Finally, if you are shopping at home improvement stores, they accept coupons too! Lowes has their own coupons, Home Depot accepts competitor coupons, True Value has coupons available to print off their website. True Value currently have a $5/$25 coupon and if you use that at Home Depot along with your dying plants and ripped bags you can get some really good deals!
  • **UPDATE** A tip from reader Alaska:
    Don't forget the farmer's market--Tomato plants ($1/each) ready to go in the ground or pot as we are doing... They also had all kinds of herbs and flowers for the so-inclined. Produce prices are down--even for the "fake" farmer's market food (food they buy from the green grocers and bring and sell at the market that isn't local). Come shop! There are lots of markets in the area. ...there are at least 6 in the area.
What are you waiting for? Get out there and grow a garden in The Buff. Got more tips? Please leave a comment and let us know how you save a buck on your garden and landscaping in The Buff!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

What to do in The Buff this summer


The Buff is a great place to be in the summer. There are tons of activities that are sponsored locally by the city/town/village and there are also the activities that are sponsored nationally. With this list you won't be able to say there is nothing to do this summer. At the bottom there is an additional resources list that will help you further plan your calender with festivals and such.


Artpark
has a Tuesday in the Park series sponsered this year by First Niagara. Every Tuesday from 6:30-9:30 you can find a FREE concert starting June 9th with Reverend Horton Heat and ends August 25th with Peter Frampton. Check out the rest of the line up HERE. While the concerts are FREE the parking is $10.

Artpark also has Wednesdays in the Gorge series. Every Wednesday from July 15th thru August 26th you can find even more FREE concerts. Go take a look at the line up HERE. Again, the concerts are FREE but the parking is $10.

**Update** reader Kashann has this great tip for FREE parking at ArtPark:
Don't pay to park at Art park! You pull in just before the parking down the hill and it is free and less walking then the pay to park spot... I love art park. It is gorgeous and they have a great time for kids during and before the show.

Thanks for that great tip Kashann!

Regal Cinemas has a Free Family Film Festival where they offer FREE family movies every Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10AM. This is 18th year offering this fabulous summer activity. The movies are G and PG rated. The theatres for the Buffalo area are: TH201 Walden Galleria Stadium 16 in Buffalo, Niagara Falls Stadium 12 in Niagara Falls, Quaker Cr. Stadium 18 in Orchard Park, and Transit Center Stadium 18 & IMAX in Williamsville. See full details of this great event and all theatres participating at RegMovies.com.

Thanks to Beth at IN Good "Cents" for this fabulous information!


AMF (bowling lanes) has 2 great offers.
  • The Kids Bowl Free program is a great way to spend your time this summer. Your kids, 15 and under, can bowl 2 games EVERY DAY for FREE (shoe rental is NOT included) from May 4th to September 6th. All you have to do is go to the Kids Bowl Free website and register your children. There is an additional pass you can purchase for $25 that will allow up to 4 adults the same offer. There are several participating locations in our area.
  • If you sign up for AMF's eClub they will send you a coupon for up to 10 people one game of bowling for FREE (shoes not included).
Previously I blogged about Thursday in the Square's FREE concert series HERE.

I also previously blogged about Yoga on the Square HERE.


Previous posts that are helpful and on the same topic:
If you have a birthday this summer check out my Birthday Fun Post for free activities and food ideas.
You never know when you might get rained on so my Winter Blues Post might give you some ideas for indoor play and fun.
On going activities that are available in The Buff are posted HERE.

NOW IT'S YOUR TURN!!!
Tell us, what's your favorite thing, activity or summer event is, in The Buff of course.


Other Resources:
The Buffalo News has put together a great list of Summer Festivals. Check it out HERE and mark your calenders for the events you plan on attending.

Another great resource for helping to plan your summer and calender is the WNY Family Magazine. You can pick the magazine up for free at your local library and Wegmans and other places, or you can access the full magazine online HERE.

WGRZ Channel 2 always has a good list of things to do on their website, What 2 Do.

Home Depot has many different FREE clinics for all adults, women and kids.

Lowes also has FREE clinics for adults and kids.

Toys R Us frequently has FREE kid events with freebies for you kids to take home. Sign up for their email updates to find out about them. From my experience they do not advertise them on their websites but through emails to their customers.

There is a plethora of blogs out there that list other nationally sponsored events from restaurant and activities too. I've linked to some in my many posts and I also have a lot of their buttons on the side. You may also have a different favorite blog that lists these!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Taking Out The Trash


This week at Walgreens you can get their brand trashbags for just $1.99 a box! They are normally $6.99 for the 10-30 ct and 13-36 gal. They are on sale for $2.99, use the $1 coupon on Tuff Trash Bags from that Pharmacy book I told you to get for the diapers and you will bring that already great price down to $1.99.

Now you can take your trash out in The Buff!

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Your Shopping Lists 5/24-5/30


Here are your lists and resources for this week. I just finished the Tops list this afternoon so you'll have to wait a day or two before I can get to the Jubilee list. If you know of any hot deals please leave a comment. Also if you shop at a different store that accepts coupons and would like to see a list for it, leave a comment and I'll work on getting a list or resource for you. Happy Shopping!!!

Tops list previously posted HERE
Wegmans list can be found HERE (thanks Liz at Frugal in Virginia)
Aldi list can be found HERE (thanks Sharon at Good, True and Beautiful)
Jubilee (working on it)
Walmart can be found HERE (thanks Money Saving Mom)
Target can be found HERE (thanks Ginger at Attention Target Shoppers)
Walgreens can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
CVS can be found HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)

Tops List 5/24-5/30


Each week I participate in an online discussion about the deals at Tops. Here are the deals we've come up with.

Tops coupon policy: Tops doubles coupons up to $1. Just this week it appears that Tops has changed it's internet printable (IP) coupon policy and is no longer accepting them due to fraud. Depending on the store you visit, the manager and your cashier you may still be able to use your IPs. - I appologize, turns out this is incorrect. Tops does accept IP coupons and will continue to accept them.

Apple and Eve 3 pack of juice boxes $.79
use $1/2 from 4/5 SS (Smart Source insert from Sunday Paper)
Final Price: $.29

Sara Lee pound cakes $2.99
use $1/1 from 5/17 SS
use Tops in ad coupon when you buy 2 and get Cool Whip FREE
Final Price: $3.98 for 2 Sara Lee pound cakes and 1 tub of Cool Whip

Breyers Ice Cream $3.00
use $.75/1 coupon from 4/5 RP (Red Plum insert from Sunday paper, doubled to $1.50)
Final Price: $1.50

Superpretzels $2.00
use $.75/1 coupon from 5/10 RP (doubled to $1.50)
Final Price: $.50

Domino Sugar $1.99 (limit 2)
use $.35/1 coupon from 5/17 RP (doubled to $.70)
Final Price: $1.29

Wise Chips $2.99 and BOGO
use $.50/1 from coupons.com (doubled to $1.00) - your mileage may vary on using this coupon (YMMV)
remember to use 2 coupons since you are buying 2 products!
Final Price: $.99 for 2 bags of chips

Edwards pie singles $2.50
use $.75/1 from 5/10 SS (doubled to $1.50)
Final Price: $1.00

Blue Diamond almonds 6oz cans 2/$5
use $.50/1 from 4/5 SS (doubled to $1.00)
Final Price: $1.50 ea.

Solo Sesame Street paper plates (36ct) and bowls (30ct) 2/$5.00
use $.75/1 from coupons.com (doubled to $1.50)
Final Price: $1.00 ea.

Angel Soft 4 pack bath tissue $1.29
use $.50/1 from 4/19 RP (doubled to $1.00)
or use $.50/1 from HERE (ymmv since it's an IP).
Final Price: $.29

Marcal paper towels 8pk or bath tissue 24pk $4.99
use $4/1 (these did not come to our area but you can buy them on ebay or other coupon selling sites)
or use $2/1
Final Price: $.99-$2.99

McCormick Grill Mates $1.00
use $.50/1 from 4/12 , 5/3 RP, 4/19 RP (doubled to $1.00)
or use $.75/1 from 5/10 (doubled to $1.50)
or use $1/1 from 3/15 RP
Final Price: FREE

Mentos gum $.99
use $1.00/1 from 5/3 SS
or use $.55/1 from 5/3 SS (doubled to $1.10)
Final Price: FREE

Ronzoni Smart Taste pasta 10/$10
use $1/1 from 4/5 SS
Final Price: FREE

Hefty One Zip bags $2
use $.50/1 from 3/25 RP (doubled to $1.00)
or $.55/1 from 3/29 SS
or use $1/1 from 5/17 RP
Final Price: $.90 to $1.00

Activia Yogurt drinks $2
use $1/1 from 3/1 SS and 5/10 SS
receive catalina for $1.50 off your next order (oyno) when you buy (wyb) 2
Final Price: $1 ea. (plus $1.50 oyno)

Activia Yogurt cups $1.45
use $1/1 from 5/10 SS
Final Price: $.45



If you find any more deals or know of some that are not listed please leave a comment.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Stockpile Pictures

OK, as promised, here are pictures of the supplies I've been able to get. Most of this was FREE and what wasn't free was dirt cheap.

There is food too but the food side of my storage is a mess and I need to organize it before I show the world :).The bag hanging on the right is full of candy and gum. The bag on the left is full of medicine (high were the kids can't reach :). Top shelf: household cleaning supplies, candles and toothpaste.
Second shelf from top: body wash, mouthwash, men's shave gel, women's shave gel, shampoo and other hair products. Third shelf from top: diaper wipes, feminin products, hand soap, shampoo, dish soap and kleenex. Bottom shelf: toilet paper, feminin products, trash bags and paper towels.

Diapers - think we have enough? The top shelf they are stacked 2 deep. The lower shelf they are just 1 package deep.

Two bags FULL of travel size things, deodorant and other small things that don't sit well on the shelf.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Freebies to get you started...


In response to your comments I thought I would post some things that are FREE after coupons to get you started.
NOTE: All the coupons posted are Internet Printable (IP) coupons so you should all be able to get them. A word about IPs, you do not have to print them with color or on your 'best print' setting...a 'quick print' setting is fine. All IPs can be printed at least twice (with a very few exceptions) once you print the first time hit your back button and it will print it out again. Don't print until your printer is ready, if the computer even thinks you printed it, it won't let you print it again. Coping IPs is considered Coupon Fraud and is punnishable by law so DON'T DO IT.


NOW..... Ready? Here we go.

Evercare Lint Rollers (travel size) are $.97 cents at Walmart. Use the $1/1 coupon from Coupons.com to get them FREE.

Wet Ones (travel size) are $.97 cents at Walmart. Use the $1/1 coupon from WetOnes.com.

Kraft BBQ Sauce is $.98 at Walmart and $.99 at Target (at least the one on Walden). Use the $1/1 coupon from Coupons.com. Last week it was 10/$10 at Tops so it might still be on sale there too, it's not in this weeks ad but that doesn't mean anything.

Hershey's Bliss chocolate individual candy bars are $.99 at Target. Use the $1/1 Target store coupon from HERE. You can find these up front at the check out lanes. (Target is THE BEST place to get super cheap snack stuff. They have store coupons and you can use a manufacture coupon along with their coupons. I've gotten so many snack items for ... drum roll please... 4 CENTS!!! +tax of course)

Kotex Pads (super small package 14ct-ish) are $1.00 at Walmart. Use the $1/1 from HERE for Internet Explorer or HERE for Firefox users.

Coppertone Sunscreen trial size are $.99 at Target and $.97 at Walmart (various types such as water babies or sport etc). Use $1/1 from HERE for IE and HERE for Firefox users.

**Dry Idea deodorant has been $2 at Target for several weeks now, I haven't checked it this week but it should still be $2 (or you can check at Walmart). Use the $2/1 coupon from Coupons.com.** Haven't checked the price yet this week.

Banana Boat sunscreen 2oz size (a little bigger than the 1oz trial size) is $1.97 at Walmart (up by the registers). Use the $2/1 coupon from BananaBoat.com.** I haven't verified the price yet, there are reports of $1.97 and $2.92, so it may or may not be free... yet.

**Dial trial size is $.99 at Walgreens. Use $1/1 from Coupons.com.

**Cottonelle 4 pack toilet paper is $1 at Walmart. Use $1/1 from Cottonelle.com all you have to do is create a simple pledge and follow the instructions. My pledge was so silly, "I will wipe my behind" any pledge will do.** I have yet to find this but it's reported to be in several Walmarts, I still have a few more Wally Worlds to check out though so I might find it.

**Bar S Hot Dogs (small package) on sale this week at Walmart for $.50. Buy 2 of them and use the $1.00 off 2 ($1/2) coupon found Coupons.com and Bar-S.com. Hit your back button to print it twice from both locations.** Haven't verified the price yet. There are reports of $.88 too, let's hope ours is $.50!

NO Coupon needed...
Posture D Calcium is $8.99 at Walgreens this week. When you purchase it you will get $8.99 back on a coupon called Register Rewards. This is store credit that you can turn around and use on something else. (Go over to Couponing 101 for Stephanie's great explanation on how this works or ask me about it.)

Colgate Total Advanced toothpaste is $2.99 at CVS this week. When you purchase it you will get $2 back in ECBs (Extra Care Bucks) for your next purchase (limit 1). Use the $1/1 coupon from Colgate.com to make this FREE. To read more about shopping at CVS and how it works go on over the Couponing 101 for Stephanie's explanation.

Speed Stick Pro deodorant 2.7oz is $3.99 at CVS this week. When you purchase it you will get $3.99 back in ECBs for your next purchase (limit 2). Hint: use your $2.99 ECB from the Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste (above) to pay for this and you will only have to pay $1.00 out of pocket.

So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and grab your FREE stuff in The Buff.


**Items with the ** are ones that I have not verified are available in our area. Prices vary around the country and so do sales. As soon as I can verify them I will change the posting.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Pennies In My Pocket

I've been seriously couponing for 2 months now and although it takes time to get organized and to go and shop I've found that I can come home with bags full of stuff and only pay with the change in my purse. It's true, I promise!

Example: Last week I bought 46 packages of diapers at Walgreens and I only paid tax on them! How? Well, there was another deal where I could buy a Diabetes monitor which was free after using a coupon, no tax in NY on Diabetes monitors, then the store had (still has) a promotion where if you buy that product (Bayer Breeze2 Blood Glucose Monitor) they will give you back $5 off your next purchase. I took all those $5 store credit coupons and used them to buy my diapers. So here's how it worked, I paid nothing for the monitor, got $5 back and used it to buy 2 packages of diapers that were $2.50 a pack. Yes, I've bought A LOT of monitors in the past month to be able to do this. All these coupons were available in the Sunday papers and I also bought extras from couponsthingsbydede.com. (there are other websites where you can purchase Sunday paper coupons too).

Another example: Today I bought several containers of Target hand soap that cost $.09+tax after a target coupon! You know I stocked up! I also picked up lots of FREE Kraft BBQ sauce and FREE McCormick marinades, FREE Kotex, FREE Lint Rollers, FREE Wet Ones, FREE hand sanitizer, FREE Axe Shower Gel and even FREE Hershey's Bliss candy bars. I only paid tax on all these items. Wouldn't you prefer to only pay tax on the things you use? I would and that's why when these deals come around I stock up.

It takes a month or two to build your stockpile and then be able to only buy health and beauty items and household items when they are either free or super cheap.

If you are just starting out I would HIGHLY recommend starting with either Walgreens or CVS. Every week they offer 1-4 items for free (after store credit - ECBs for CVS and Register Rewards for Walgreens). If you want to get started and don't know how, let me know and I can help you. Health and Beauty and also Household items have the highest dollar off coupons and if you can get them for free or cheap it will free up a lot of money for other things in your budget. Several weeks ago I was able to stock up on Nivea Bodywash from Walgreens - all FREE+tax. Now we don't need to buy body soap for months...or until another great deal comes around.

If you plan carefully and get organized you can grow your stockpile in no time and shop only once or twice a week.

Let me know if you have any questions or need some help! I'd love to take a companion with me on my outings :)

I'll post a picture of my 2 month old stock pile tomorrow.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Diapers.Com Deal/Steal

If you haven't already done this...DO IT!
If you don't buy diapers but you know someone who does, PLEASE give them this info!

Diaper deal!

Okay, for all of you parents out there using diapers, I found a pretty good deal online for you, especially if you are into Luvs, Huggies, or Pampers. If you have never used Diapers.com, then this is the deal for you. Here are a couple scenarios:
One example of the great deals:
Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers Extra Large Case, Size 4, 150 diapers $38.99
Huggies Snug and Dry Diaper - Jumbo Pack, Size 4, 34 diapers $10.99
= $49.98
- $10 off $49 code (type the code SRVY7855)
+ Free Shipping (for orders over $49)
= $39.98 shipped
- $14.97 refund for Parenting Magazine
= $25.01 after rebate divided by 184 diapers ~ $.14 per diaper


I actually ordered the size 1 and I'm got 284 diapers for that price which makes them $0.09 a diaper! And, you don't have to rush the crowds at your favorite diaper purchasing place!
Just so you know, any name-brand diaper that you can get around .15 cents a diaper is a killer deal, and of course, the smaller the size, the better the deal! Oh yeah, and you get them in 2 business days! It's a one-time deal, here's the link to the mail-in-rebate: http://www.diapers.com/helpcenter/parenting.htm . So, you will front around 38.00-42.00 at first, but then send in the rebate and in 6-8 weeks you'll be reimbursed 14.97. (this rebate takes 6-8 weeks to be processed)

Additionally you can get $0.75 rebate on each package of diapers you buy through this website:
http://caregiversmarketplace.com/FrameSetup.asp

Grocery and Drug Store Lists 5/17-5/23


Find your Wegmans list HERE (thanks Liz at Frugal in Virginia)
Find your Walgreens list HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
Find your CVS list HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)
Find your Tops list HERE (posting soon)
Find your Jubilee list HERE (posting soon)
Find your Aldi list HERE (thanks Sharon at Good, True and Beautiful)
Find your Target list HERE and HERE (thanks Ginger at Attention Target Shoppers)
Find your Walmart list HERE (thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101)

If there is another grocery store here in the Buffalo area that you shop at let me know and I'll try and find a list for you. You can either leave me a comment or send me an email at SaveInBuffalo@gmail.com

Thursday In The Square FREE Concert Series


Buffalo is a great place to live, especially in the summer when there are tons of festivals and free concert series and various other happenings.

Thursday in the Square is a great family event or date night. It's a FREE concert series from 5pm-9pm every Thursday from May 28th to July 30th. The location is Layfayette Square in Downtown Buffalo. Here's the line up:

May 28th - Gomez with special guests Steel Train and Alberta Cross
June 4th - The Disco Biscuits
June 11th - Robert Randolph & The Family Band with special guest The Dana Fuchs Band
June 18th - Better Than Ezra with special guest Tyrone Wells
June 25th - Los Lobos
July 2nd - Zappa Plays Zappa
July 9th - Los Lonely Boys
July 16th - George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic
July 23rd - Neko Case
July 30th - The Avett Brothers with special guest Cornmeal

Visit www.buffaloplace.com for information.

If you have some hot tips of what to do in The Buff email me at SaveInBuffalo@gmail.com or leave me a comment!

Yoga On The Square


This looks like it could be a really fun way to learn Yoga or continue with your Yoga passion. It's a FREE event that will start in June.

10 Week FREE Health & Wellness Series
Friday afternoons from 12 to 12:30
Location: Centennial Square, on the front lawn of City Hall, Queen St., Niagara Falls

You can give a donation for one of 10 charities or just go and enjoy.

For more info go HERE.

Free Hot Dogs


Get your coupon for a FREE package of Ball Park Franks HERE.

Go NOW because these coupons go super fast!

Mark Your Calendars... Springlicious



Mark your calendars for this upcoming FREE Springlicious Event. Event includes different concerts from several bands including Brian Stace Saturday night. This could make a good date night or family night/afternoon.

June 5th, Friday
5pm-11pm

June 6th, Saturday
11am-11pm

June 7th, Sunday
11am-6pm


For more information visit their website Springlicious.

It looks like there will be lots of free events in Old Downtown Niagara Falls this year as they try to revitalize the area so look for more events coming soon.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Walgreens 5/3-5/9 List


OK, I was super busy last week...we'll see how this week goes and how much time I have to post.

Here is my Walgreens list for this week:

Bayer Breeze2 Blood Glucose Meter $14.99
use up to $30 off Q from 2/1 RP or 3/22 SS
receive $5 RR
Final Price: FREE ($5 MM - in the state of NY you don't even have to pay tax on this)

Bayer Quick Release Crystals (4 count) $2.49
use $1/1 Q from in-store display
receive $2.50 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($1.01 MM)

Pert Plus Shampoo 2/$5
use $1/1 from 5/3 SS
or use $1.50/1 (for men) from 5/3 SS
receive $2 RR
Final Price: FREE - 2/$1.00 after RR

Colgate Sensitive Toothpaste $4.49
use $1/1 from HERE
or use $.75/1 from 4/26 SS
receive $4.50 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($.76 - $1.01 MM)

Mr Clean Magic Erasers $2.50 ea
use B1G1 from 5/3 PG
receive $6 RR wyb 10 (use 5 Qs)
Final Price: $.65 ea after RR

Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion $2.62 ea (all other Aveeno products also 20% off)
use $2/1 from HERE
receive FREE Aveeno Travel Essentials Kit wyb 3 Aveeno products (use 4 $2/1 Qs since you are buying 4 products)
Final Price: FREE ($.14 MM)

Right Guard Deodorant $2.99
use $1/1 from 4/19 SS
receive $2 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR

Sunkist, 7Up, Canada Dry, A&W or Hawaiian Punch 12pk 3/$11
use 3 $1/1 from HERE (7Up only)
or if you are lucky there will be $1/1 peelies (coupons on product that you peel off) on your 12 packs)
receive $5 RR
Final Price: 3/$3 after RR

Scotch Paper Cutter or 3 Pack Tape 2/$3
use $.50/1 from HERE
Final Price: 2/$2

Energizer Max Batteries $2.99 (AAA and AA 8 packs)
some packages have $1/1 peelies
Final Price $1.99

8x10 photo enlargement FREE on Wednesday ONLY

Monday, April 27, 2009

Tops 4/26-5/2 List


While you are at Tops this week don't forget to get the Old El Paso coupon books that are on display on the Corona Beer displays. The beer displays always have good coupons and in NY there is not beer purchase required. There is a $6 rebate when you buy any beef or chicken from the butcher!

Kellogg's Cereal (Rice Krispies, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks or Cocoa Krispies) $1.88
use $1/1 from 4/5 RP (red plum sunday paper insert)
Final Price: $.88

Fresh Corn 4/$1

Perry's Sherbet $3
use $1/1 from 4/19 SS (smart source sunday paper insert)
Final Price: $2

Land o Lakes buttery spread $1.99
use $.55 printable doubles
Final Price: $.89 ea

Juicy Juice Immunity (Apple or Berry $2.50
use $1/1 from 4/26 SS
Final Price: $1.50

Mangoes $1


Jubilee 4/26-5/2


Purex Laundry Soap $1.88
use $.50/1 from HERE
or $.35/1 from 3/8 Sunday paper
or $1/2 from 3/8 Sunday paper
Final Price: $1.38ea with $.50/1 or $1/2 Qs

Hamburger Helper $.88

Cantaloupes BOGO

Gold Kist Chicken Leg Quarters $.49/lb sold in 10 lb bag for $4.90


Sunday, April 26, 2009

Walgreens 4/26-5/2 List


Nivea Body Wash $4.99
use $1/1 from HERE (coupon no longer available...hope you printed it 2 weeks ago when I originally posted this :)
or use $1/1 from 4/19 Sunday paper
receive $4.99 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($1.00 MM)

Rembrandt Toothpaste or Mouthwash $5.99
receive $5.99 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR

Bayer Quick Release Crystals $2.49
(it's been reported that there are $1/1 coupons on the display or packages)
receive $2.49 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR

Ecotrin $2.00
use $1/1 from 1/25 SS
or use $2.25/1 from smartsource.com ( I can never get this site to print for me so GOOD LUCK!)
receive $2 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($1 MM)

Bayer Breeze2 or Contour Blood Glucose Meter $14.99
use up to $30/1 from 3/1 RP or 3/22 SS
receive $5
Final Price: FREE after RR ($5 MM)

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

This Weekend in The Buff

**Once again there is some fun Thomas & Friends stuff at Toys R Us this weekend.

There will be coloring, play time on the train tables and free gift bags. Event is Saturday April 25th from 11am to 1pm. Go HERE for more details.

We've been to Toys R Us events in the past and my kids have enjoyed them. If nothing else it's time out of the house.

**Adventure Landing is having a Military weekend with super special discounts for military families. If someone in your family is in the military you should go! Go HERE for more information about this event and other upcoming events.


I'll update this post as other things come up.

Walgreens 4/22

OK, even though I decided to NOT do Walgreens this week, I'm going to go there today. Why? Well, today only in honor of Earth Day Walgreens is giving away a limited amount of reusable bags AND 15-20% off select purchases (basically excluding dairy, liquor and prescriptions - read coupon link below for more exclusions).

Here's what you do:

Go HERE and print your coupon for a FREE bag and 15-20% off.

Then go to Walgreens and gather your purchases.

Then go to the Beauty counter or Photo counter to check out (free bag and discount only good at beauty or photo counter).

I've put together a list for what I'll be picking up. The prices listed are the sale prices and do not include the additional discount.

Glade Candles $5.99
use $4 IP coupon from HERE
use $2 ESC
Final Price: FREE ($5.09 with 15% discount so it could be a $.91 MM)

Wags Diapers $9.99 BOGO 50%off
use 2 $2 coupons from pharmacy pamphlet (just ask if they have a pamphlet on their prescription program)
Final Price: 2/$10.98 (an addition 20% off with coupon so $7.98 for 2 packs - about 80 diapers so $.10 per diaper)

Physicians Formula Organic (40% off) buy at least $10 worth to get ESR
use $1/1 Q from 3/22 SS or 4/19 SS
send in for $10 ESR
Final Price: FREE after ESR (possible MM with Qs)

Skintimate (new kind in curvy bottle) or Edge Energy Shave Gel $2.99
receive $3RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($2.54 with 15% discount so it's a $.45 MM)

Chapstick $1.99
receive $2RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($1.69 with 15% discount so it's a $.31 MM)

7-up 12 packs 3/$11
use 3 $1/1 from w
receive $5 RR
Final Price: 3/$3 after RR (3/$6.35 with 15% discount before RRs)

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Earth Day Freebies

Photo curtiousy of NOAA

Happy Earth Day!!! Lots of FREE stuff for Earth Day, go on over to Sweeties Swag and check out her list.

My favs are the FREE Walgreens bag with coupons, FREE Aveeno sample with Envirosaks Tote and FREE Reynolds Wrap.

I've got a list for Tops for this week and CVS in the works I just haven't gotten a chance to put all the links on them. I'll get those up tomorrow (earth day!!).

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Walgreens 4/12-4/18

Walgreens

Colgate Max White or Fresh Toothbrush $3.29
use $1/1 coupon HERE or HERE
receive $3.29 Register Reward (RR)
Final Price: FREE

Fiber Choice 10 ct $2.49
receive $2.49 RR
Final Price: FREE

Scunci Elastics 18 pack $2
receive $2 RR
Final Price: FREE

Lysol Products BOGO
don't forget to use 2 Qs. Qs in 3/29 paper.

Bayer Breeze2 or Contou Blood Glucose Monitor $14.99
$14.99 MIR
Final Price: FREE after MIR

Hefty One Zip Bags $3.49 BOGO
use 2 $.55/1 from 3/29 paper
Final Price: 2/$2.19

Friday, April 10, 2009

CVS 4/12-4/18 List

Sobe Life Water BOGO
use BOGO coupon from HERE
Final Price: 2 for FREE

Softsoap Scrub Body Wash $4.99
use $1/1 coupon from 3/29 Sunday paper (SS)
receive $4.99 ECB (limit 1)
Final Price: FREE after ECB ($1.00 money maker)

Colgate Enamel Protect, Sensitive Whitening Toothpaste or 360 Sensitive Toothbrush $3.99
use $.75/1 coupon from 3/29 Sunday paper (SS)
or use $1/1 coupon for Sensitive Whitening Toothpaste from HERE
receive $3.99 ECB (limit 2)
Final Price: FREE after ECB ($.75 to $1 money maker)


For other deals go over and visit Couponing 101.

Things to do in The Buff this Weekend


Borders Books Spring Fling

Hop in to Borders!

April 11, 2009 2:00 PM

Go HERE for info and participating locations

Celebrate the holiday! Dress up and join our storytime, Easter parade, sing-along, and more! After the party, visit the Borders page on Facebook for an opportunity to show how cute your kids are by uploading your party photos.



Toys R' Us
In-store Event: TAMAGOTCHI, Saturday April 11th from 12-2pm. Free VIP backstage lanyard with exclusive website codes and win prizes on the prize wheel.

Go HERE for store locations. These toys are for ages 8-12.

Lowe's
Build N Grow Clinics (for kids) build a Bird House, Saturday, April 11th 10am-11am

Go HERE to sign up and for more information.

Adventure Landing
EASTER EGG HUNTS
Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunts! Search our golf courses for eggs filled with prizes. A $3 per child donation will benefit Variety Club of Buffalo. Registration starts at 8am

For more info and directions go HERE.

Buffalo Zoo
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
Breakfast seatings will take place at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. in the Children’s Resource Center. The event will include a catered buffet breakfast. Pre-paid reservations are required due to limited seating.

For information and registration go HERE.
Barnes & Noble

Easter Egg Hunt and Storytime

Call 716-632-3569 to Register, Saturday April 11, 2009 10:00 AM
Clarence
4401 Transit Road Suite 800, Clarence, NY 14221, 716-634-1011

For other events and store locations go HERE.

Go See Some Art
Albright-Knox is FREE on Fridays after 3pm ($3 parking)
Visit one of the UB Art Museums/Galleries (admission is FREE)

For other events happening in the Buffalo area go HERE.


Get out there this weekend and have some fun in The Buff.

FREE Friday

Buffalo Wild Wings has a coupon offer for 6 FREE wings! Go HERE to print your coupon. Offer expires 4/30 so hurry up and get your free wings in The Buff.

Fisher Price has a FREE Precious Places DVD. Go HERE to get it.

Order your FREE Simple & Delicious coupon book today, includes a coupon for a FREE bottle of Ketchup.

FREE sample of Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers, HERE.

FREE sample of Quaker Rice Snacks, trust me they are good!

Tide Total Care Sample, FREE

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, 2 pack FREE

Order your FREE Home Made Simple coupon book today!

Tops 4/5-4/11 List

There is some good stuff at Tops this week.

Land O Lakes Butter $1.99
use $1.00/2 from 3/29 paper doubled
or $.55/1 from HERE doubled
Final Price: 1/$.89 or 2/$1.98

Olivio Spreadable $1.69
use $1/1 from 4/5 paper
Final Price: $.69

Fresh Pineapple $1.99
use $.75/1 from HERE if you are lucky enough to get Del Monte pineapple
Final Price: $.49

Vitamin 10 water $1
use $1/1 from 4/5 paper
Final Price: FREE

Kraft Salad Dressing 3/$5
use $1.50 from 3/29 paper
Final Price: $.17
Receive catalina coupon for $2 off your next order when you buy 4 bottles. That makes this a $1.32 money maker!!!

Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables or Rice $1
use $1.00/3 from 3/29 paper
Final Price: 3/$2.00 ($.67 ea)

Dole Canned Pineapple or Tropical Fruit or Mandarin Oranges $1
use $1.00/3 from 3/29 paper
Final Price: 3/$2.00 ($.67 ea)
Receive catalina coupon for $.75 off next purchase when you buy 3 cans!!!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Amazing Movie Buys at Target

Get Madagascar 2 for FREE
This week Madagascar 2 is $6.99
apply for the following Mail In Rebates and the movie is FREE
$5 MIR from Viola (buy 2 - offer expires 5/15/2009 - coupons available HERE)
$4 MIR from Hostess (buy 2 family size packages - offer expires 4/30/2009 - coupons in 2/22 paper)
Final Price after MIRs: $2.01 money maker

Get Bedtime Stories for $1.99 (new release)
This week Bedtime Stories is $16.99
Use $5 coupon from HERE
and apply for the following MIRs
$5 MIR from Ortega (buy 2 or more - offer expires 7/31/2009)
***$5 MIR from Rayovac (buy 2 - offer expires 6/30/2009)*** This MIR is good towards ANY Disney Movie, so use it on your movie choice! Rayovac on sale at Target for $7.99 on the large packs, there were coupons for $1/1 in the 3/22 paper.
Final Price after MIRs: $1.99

Get Pinocchio for $5.99
This week Pinocchio is $13.99
apply for the following MIRs
$4 MIR from Sunmaid (buy 1 24 oz canister or 6-pack 1.5 oz - offer expires 12/31/2009)
$4 MIR from Hefty (buy 1 participating Hefty plate product - offer expires 6/30/2009 - coupons in 1/18 paper expire 4/30/09)
Final Price after MIRs: $5.99

Get Bolt for $5.99
This week Bolt is $13.99
apply for the following MIRs
$4 MIR from Ronzoni (buy 1 of select brands - offer expires 7/31/2009 - coupons in 4/5 paper)
$4 MIR from Hartz (buy 1 - offer expires 6/30/2009 - coupons in 4/5 paper)
Final Price after MIRs: $5.99

Get Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too for $1.99
This week Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too is $17.99
Receive $10 Gift Card from Target for purchasing it with Bedtime Stories
search for: on select Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too there is a $6 coupon if you purchase both movies (BS and TP&M) Also there is an email that you can print this coupon from (I should have this email later this afternoon so if you are interested in it just leave me a comment with your email and I'll send it along when I get it).
Final Price after GC and Q: $1.99


***Don't forget to use the Rayovac Rebate on your choice of Disney Movie***

All these movies would make a good stash away present for birthdays and Christmas. Also makes for a cheap family night or date night at home.


So get out there and get your movies in The Buff!

YAHOOOOOO! I Won!


If you haven't checked out Couponing 101 where Stephanie tells us about great deals and shopping lists as well as gets us organized... you should. In fact, you should go there right now!


Recently she had a giveaway for a $25 gift card and reusable shopping bag for signing up on A Full Cup. I did and entered the giveaway. I've never found better deals! Since signing up for A Full Cup I've found out about loads of free stuff, how to use my coupons on the best deals, and how to get new movies for CHEAP (see my post later today).


Well, yesterday I found out that I won! What great timing too because...It was my birthday yesterday :)


Stephanie is great and I'm so glad I found her website. She really has great posts with lots of advice and deals. Thanks so very much Stephanie and Couponing 101. I'll use my bag and GC wisely!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Want To Get In Shape?

Would you like to get a Wii Fitness Game for FREE? Me Too!!! This is a legitimate offer so listen up...

Go over to IMommies.com, read about the offer/survey, take the survey through AMMO Marketing and wait to hear back!

Good Luck!

FREE Shopping Bag

Every week Earthbound Farm gives 10,000 bags away to the first 10,000 people to make a pledge to live more sustainably. Not only can you make a pledge and make a difference in you life but if you are one of the lucky first people you will get a bag as well. If you don't get in on it this week just remember to go back next Monday when they make a new batch of bags available.

if you’re one of the first 10,000 people to take the pledge each week in April, you’ll win a beautiful Earthbound Farm reusable shopping tote!
So get over there and get you a tote in The Buff!

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Target List 4/5-4/11

Did you know that there are coupons you can print from Target's web site? This is good to know because you can use one manufacture's coupon and one Target coupon on the same item which will bring your price down even more on each item. There are two places to find their coupons, one is at the bottom of the page under Target Stores heading and says Grocery Coupons. The other is hidden, scroll down the home page where it says New At Target, click there and it will have coupons for each new item!


Vitamin Water 10/$10
use $1/1 coupon from 4/5 Sunday paper
Final Price: FREE

Buy Gillette Fusion Razor $7.99 and Gillette Shave Gel/Satin Care $1.89
Receive $5 GC (gift card) for next purchase
use $2/1 razor coupon from 4/5 Sunday paper
and $4/1 razor coupon from Target Home Mailer (if you get it)
and $1/1 shave gel coupon from 4/5 Sunday paper
Final Price: $1.88 after GC or FREE after GC if you have the Target Home Mailer Q

Air Heads candy $.58
use $.55 coupon from 3/22 Sunday paper
Final Price: $.03
(you may find this for a good deal at Tops or Wegmans too - they double coupons so if the price is less than $1.10 you could get this item FREE)

Market Pantry Fruit Snacks $.89-$1.52 (small bags by register are $.89, boxes in grocery isles are $1.52)
use $1/1 Target coupon HERE (does not specify box or bag)
Final Price: FREE - $.52 (could be a $.11 money maker with the small bags)

Axe Shower Gel (travel size) $.99
use $1/1 coupon from 4/5 Sunday paper
Final Price: FREE ($.01 money maker)

Hershey's Bliss $1.99
use $1/1 coupon HERE
and $1/1 Target coupon HERE
Final Price: FREE ($.01 money maker)

(all prices are based on what others have seen at Target, I have not gotten there yet to verify the prices.)

For more Target Deals go visit Ginger at Attention Target Shoppers.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Walgreens/CVS Lists 4/5-4/11

****Updated, I made a few errors - OOPS!***

Walgreens:

Colgate Total $3.49, Earn $3.49 RR
use $1.00 coupon from 3/29 SS (Smart Source coupon insert of Sunday Paper)
or use $1.00 coupon found HERE
receive $3.49 in RR (register rewards) for use on your next purchase
Final Price: FREE after RR($1.00 moneymaker with coupon)

Glade Flameless Candle or Lasting Impressions $5.99
use $4.00 coupon from 3/29 SS
and $2.00 ESR - Limit 2(Easy Saver Rebate - you can do this online at Walgreens.com)
Final Price: FREE after ESR

Oust Sanitizer $2.99
Use $2 coupon from 3/29 SS
and $1 ESR - Limit 4
Final Price: FREE after ESR(.01 money maker)

Visine A.C. $3.99, Earn $3 RR when you buy 2
use 2 $3 coupons from 3/15 RP (RedPlum coupon insert from Sunday Paper)
Final Price: FREE ($1.02 money maker)

All Month Long Deals:
*Skintimate Cream Shave (new in curvy bottle) $2.99
receive $3 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($.01 money maker)

*Edge Shave Gel (new kinds) $2.99
receive $3 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($.01 money maker)

Chapstick Naturals or True Shimmer $1.99
receive $2 RR
Final Price: FREE after RR ($.01 money maker)

*The Skintimate and Edge MUST be bought in separate transactions in order to get the RR for both of them.



CVS:
Sunday and Monday Sale only:
Oval or Rectangle Bamboo Easter Basket $1.99, Earn $1.99 ECBs (limit 2 ECB is Extra Care bucks for your next purchase)
Final Price: FREE after ECB

Easter Grass $.79, Earn $.79 ECBs (limit 2)
Final Price: FREE after ECB

All week:
Skintimate Cream Shave $3.49, Earn $3.49 ECBs (limit 1)
Final Price: FREE after ECB

Spend $25 on select baby care products and earn $10 ECBs (limit 1)
Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers or PullUps $10 ea.
use $1.50/1 coupon from 3/1 SS
$2/1 Pull Ups coupon from 1/11, 2/22 or 3/22 SS
$2/1 Pull Ups coupon from HERE
and load up the $1.50/1 Huggies Supreme Diapers UPromise e-coupon HERE
Johnson's Baby Care $3
use $3/3 coupon from HERE
$2/2 Shampoo, conditioner or Buddies coupon from HERE

For more Deals go over to Couponing101 to see Stephanie's Walgreens List and her CVS List
You should also read up on the Walgreens and CVS 101 tips found there as well.

Friday, April 3, 2009

In The Buff This Weekend...

*Build a bird house at Home Depot (kids 5-12) - more details HERE (FREE)

*Easter Adventure at Toys R Us, Saturday April 4th from 12-2pm - more details HERE (FREE)

*Another chance to catch the Maple Sugaring Weekend at Cumming Nature Center in Naples, offers a pancake breakfast from 9a-2p and sugaring demonstrations from 10a-3p Saturday and Sunday. ($10 for pancake meal - this is their fundraising event to the $ is for a good cause, no admission charge for demonstrations) For directions and information go to: rmsc.org

*Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, Saturday April 4th at 9am, Buffalo Zoo $14 for Adults and $12 for Children (members get a $3 discount) children under 24 months are free - reservations required but can be done online HERE.

*Eggs-Travaganza at the Niagara Power Project's Power Vista will include face painting, easter bunny visit, games, crafts and more from 10a-4pm (FREE)

*Natural Dyes at the Tifft Nature Preserve, at noon ($5)
OR Global Public Star Party at Tifft starts at 7:30pm (FREE)

*Children's Matinee Magic Show, at Stage 3pm ($5) - more details HERE

*Take a walk through the woods at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve or the Tift Nature Preserve

*Go to a museum: Amherst Museum ($1.50-$5), Buffalo Museum of Science 10a-5pm First Observers program, North Tonawanda History Museum (open M-F), Aquarium of Niagara (FREE - $9.50),

*Take a tour: City Hall on Fridays at 12pm (FREE - meet in the lobby), Queen City Downtown Walking Tour Saturday at 10am ($5 for students! meet at Shea's Performing Arts Center)

*Leaps N Bounce - indoor bounce houses, not sure of the details but you can go HERE for more information.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

MORE FREE Bowling in The Buff!!!


You can sign your kids up to bowl 2 games per day FREE at participating bowling locations. There are several here in The Buff. You still have to rent your shoes but kids under 15 can bowl for free every day from 5/4/2009 to 9/6/2009!!! After you sign your kids up you can sign up for a family pass (up to 4 adults) and get 2 games for free each day of the summer. Passes are $23.95 plus the rental of your shoes each time you go. Shoe rental at our bowling alley is $2.50+tax for children and $3.50+tax for adults and $3.00 for each game. So if there are two adults in your family and you go 4 times this summer your pass will pay for itself. If you are a big bowler this could be a good deal.

Go HERE for more details and locations.
Get out there with you kids and bowl in The Buff!



Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living alerted me to this offer. I checked it out and it's true. Thanks Ashley!

Family Pass details HERE.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

NOT An April Fools Joke!


Tomorrow, April 1st, you can get a FREE Chicken Wrap Snacker from Tim Hortons from 11:30am-2pm. Go HERE for information.

Get them while there hot in The Buff!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

CVS/Walgreens 3/29 - 4/4 List

CVS
Sunday and Monday Only Deals:

M&M's Easter candy bags 2/$3 (limit 6)
use $1/2 coupon from 3/1 Sunday paper (RedPlum insert)
Final Price: 2/$2

Paas Egg Decorating Kit $1.99 (limit 2)
receive $1.99 ECB for your next purchase
Final Price: FREE after ECB

All other deals:
Accu-chek monitor $9.99
receive $9.99 ECB for next purchase
Final Price: FREE after ECB

CVS Vitamin D 400 100 ct. $2.99
March ECB deal so if bought in March receive $2.99 ECBs for next purchase
Final Price: FREE after ECB


Walgreens
ChapStick 100% Naturals or True Shimmer Lip Balm or Butter 15 oz $1.99
receive $1.99 Register Rewards (RR) for next purchase
Final Price: FREE after RR

Printer Cartridge Refill $7.50 (black or color)
Easy Saver Rebate (ESR) $7.50
Final Price: FREE after ESR

Walgreens Wal-itin allergy medicine 30 ct. $6.99
ESR $6.99
Final Price: FREE after ESR

One A Day Multivitamin Drink Mix 2 pack $1.49
ESR #1.49 (limit 1) and
use $1.00/1 coupon from 3/22 Sunday paper
Final Price: FREE after ESR to $1.00 moneymaker

Softsoap Body Wash $3.99
receive coupon at checkout for FREE one on your next purchase
use $1/1 coupon found HERE
Final Price: 2/$1.50 after RR

Reynolds Aluminum Foil 20 sq ft $.89 with in ad coupon (limit 3)
use $1/1 coupon from 2/8 Sunday paper
Final Price: FREE (possibly a $.11 moneymaker)

If you didn't buy your Listerine products 2 weeks ago when they were free than this is still a good deal:

Listerine 1 liter 2/$11
receive $5.50 RRs for next purchase (limit 1)
use 2 - $1/1 from 3/15 Sunday paper OR from Walgreens Health magazine found by the pharmacy
Final Price: 2/$3.50 after RR

Glade Soy Candles $5.99
use $4.00 IP coupon (if you got a chance to print it from here, unfortunately they are all gone now)
and $2.00 Easy Saver Coupon (ESC - located in ESC catalogue as you walk in the store).
Final Price: FREE

THESE TWO MUST BE PURCHASED IN SEPERATE TRANSACTIONS TO GET BOTH RRs TO PRINT:

Skintimate Cream Shave $2.99
receive $2.99 RR for next purchase
Final Price: FREE after RR

Edge Infused Energy Shaving Gel $3.59
receive $3.59 RR for next purchase
Final Price: FREE after RR


WOW! WHAT A WEEK FOR PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS! If you see anything else let me know :)

You can read more about the rules and strategies for shopping at CVS HERE and Walgreens HERE. You can also see lists with more deals than this HERE for CVS and HERE for Walgreens.

Thanks Stephanie at Couponing 101 for all the 101 information and her weekly deals posts! I love her website - she has all the deals, go check it out!!!

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