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As grocery shoppers, we’ve been taught that if I buy bigger, we’re getting more for our money. This is not always true when you shop with coupons.
Here are a few ideas when buying smaller sized items to get them cheap or free:
Here are a few examples where watching for a sale and/or buying the smaller size item saves you more money:
Bargain BuysI got some great deals at Walgreens again this week! Today I bought Scott paper towels, a bag of Chip’ins (had a coupon and we’ve never tried these), 2 bags of Brach’s candy corn , 2 marshmallow Halloween candies, and three boxes of Capri Suns for a grand total of $5.82, and I got $2.50 in Register Rewards to use next time!! I used my coupons and some Register Rewards from last week to get this awesome deal! I could have also gotten more Halloween candy for as low as $1.49 a bag, but I think I am set for Halloween candy this year!
If you still have some Vics coupons that expire on 10-31, go to Walgreens and use them to get your free Vapodrops. You may also find “free” Colgate toothpaste (after in store coupon and RR), 50 cent boxes of Kleenex (10-2 SS and RR). These Walgreens deals are good through Saturday.
FatWallet tip: This post is part of an ongoing series of posts for the couponers and those who wanna be couponers! You may access all the posts on Shannen's author page. Please be sure to check out the grocery coupons and deals forum here on FatWallet to get great deals and connect with other couponers!
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