- January, 20 2014
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“31 Days to Save ”: A crash course in grocery savings!
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At drugstores, we get toothpaste, meds and more for super cheap and even free, but we also get groceries at great savings! In fact, this week, we’ve got $42 worth of groceries for $12 and change, and one box of meal bars for free! Plus $53 worth of non-food items for free! Today is the last day of the sales week, but none of this is unusual, so there WILL be more to come!
The best grocery savings at drugstores usually stack up with a Sale + Manufacturer coupon + Store coupon. Manufacturer coupons are found in the newspaper inserts or printed at www.TheGroceryGame.com. The store coupons are usually found in the drugstore circular.
Typically, the best grocery deals have a “limit.” Like on canned tomatoes or soups, for example, it will read “limit 3″ on the “store coupon.” There’s almost always some grocery deals, but some weeks focus on grocery savings more than others.
Some of the deal stacking may also include instant rebates at checkout. These are called “Register Rewards” at Walgreens, “Extra Care Bucks” at CVS, and “UPs” at Rite Aid. These instant rebates come out of the register as a coupon to be used like cash on future purchases! Stack them up with manufacturer coupons and other deals, and rake it in! Sweet!
Acknowledge that you did your daily reading by leaving a comment on the Facebook thread for Day 21. Brag about your drugstore deal stacking, and tell us how much “Drugstore Dining” you’ve been doing!
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In addition to the above, on our lists at www.TheGroceryGame.com, you’ll see other notations. Like if you hover over “IVC” on your Walgreens list, it will tell you there’s an “Instant Value Coupon” found in their “IVC” booklet to go with that deal. On your Rite Aid list, you can hover over “VV,” and learn there’s a “Video Value” coupon that you can print from the Rite Aid website after viewing a video. I just printed one for $1.50 the other day! And the videos are short and painless!
Drugstore deal stacking is the most comprehensive and could be complicating in terms of multiple sources of deals, and biggest stacks, sometimes four deals all on one item. We’ve created super easy tools at www.TheGroceryGame.com, one being our “Gather Coupons” coupons feature that helps you get it all together from numerous sources, based on the specific deals you’ve selected!
I just logged in to www.TheGroceryGame.com and chose to look at all three drugstores at once. I sorted by savings percentage, and checked off cereals, soups, frozen food, tuna and more. My subtotal shows $42.58 cents worth of 11 grocery items for $12.13. That’s a 71% savings. Today is the last day of the sales at the three drugstores for this week, so you can log in now and see that. If you wait until tomorrow, you’ll see something different.
Here’s a video that I hope will make you fall in love with drugstore deal stacking. The savings you’ll see are not unusual, and while it wasn’t a huge grocery week, I got lots of really nice makeup and decadent skincare items too!
To show your commitment to 31 days, go back and comment on Facebook thread for Day 21. Brag about your drugstore deal stacking, and tell us how much “Drugstore Dining” you’ve been doing! http://www.facebook.com/TheGroceryGame
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