- 4 Totino's Party Pizzas ($.99 each)- 2 $75/2 MFC= $2.46 ($.61 each)
- 2 Totino's Pizza Rolls ($1.18 each)- $1/2 MFC= $1.36 ($.68 each)
- 2 Muir Glen Organic Tomato Paste ($.94 each)- 2 $.75/1 MFC= $.38 (.19 each)
- 1 Taco Bell Taco Shells ($1.32) and 1 Taco Bell Taco Seasonings ($.50) - $1.00/2 MFC= $.82 ($.41 each)
- 2 Athenos Yogurt ($1.00 each)- 2 $1.00/1 MFC= FREE
- 2 Philadelphia Cooking ($2.48 each)- 2 $1.50/1 MFC= $.98 each
- 2 Dove Deodorant ($2.47 each)- 2 $2.00/1 MFC= $.47 each
- 2 Suave Deodorant ($.97 each)- 2 $.50/1 MFC= $.47 each
- 4 KY Jelly ($2.62 each)- 4 $3.00/1 MFC= FREE
- 2 Febreeze Fabric Refreshers ($2.47 each) and 1 Febreeze Air Effects ($2.47)- 2 B1G1 MFC= $.82 each
- 3 Dentastix ($2.98 each)- 3 $2/1 MFC= $.98 each
Thursday, February 10, 2011
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine.
Tabasco Original Red. Just the name strikes fear in the hearts of the more tender-tongued gourmands. But my husband? No way! I think he would eat Tabasco sauce on just about anything that I can cook from macaroni and cheese, to pizza, to chicken. I swear, this guy is a glutton for punishment!
Tabasco sauce isn't just heat for heat's sake, but it is more about the enhancement of the flavor of the food. It is a blend of salt, red pepper, and vinegar that have a strange, yet satisfying ability to bring out the best, most adventurous side of your food. My husband's favorite way to enjoy Tabasco is by squirting it all over his Pepperoni and Jalapeno Pepper pizza (already too hot for me!). He says that it is "Pizza Perfected". I'll stick with my canadian bacon and pineapple, thanks honey. Fortunately for my husband, his friends are spicy-inclined as much as he is, so he gets to have as much of it as he wants on game-day, when he has his boys over. I use the Game-Day Party Menu to help come up with new and interesting ways to implement Tabasco sauce in ways that the guys will love.
Tabasco Original Red has been a household stable for almost 150 years! It was introduced by the McIlhenny family and has grown to include 6 different varieties.
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
- Use the $1.00 off SeaPak Coupon from the 1-30-11 Smart Source
- Final price $.58
- Use the $.75 off two Totinos Pizza Coupon
- Total Cost $.88 each
- Use the $1.50 off CoffeeMate Coupon
- Total Cost FREE!
- Use the $1.00 off Athenos Printable Coupon
- Final Price FREE!
- Use the $3.00 off KY Coupon
- Or, use the $2.00 off KY Coupon from the 1-30-11 Smart Source
- Final price as low as FREE!
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Ok, so you've started to collect the coupon inserts, printable coupons, and you've even got your organization system down. Now, how in the world do I find these deals?
Blogs, my friend. Bloggers are excellent resources for you to find all of the deals that your coupons allow you to unlock. There is a lingo that you will need to become familiar with if you want to learn how to take advantage of the bloggers' knowledge.
First, let's take an imaginary example of a coupon listing and dissect its anatomy:
$1/1 Lysol NeutraAir 1/30/11 P&G x2/28/11
- The beginning ($1/1) expresses the value of the coupon. Using this coupon will give you $1.00 savings when you buy 1 item.
- "Lysol NeutraAir" is the name of the item that the coupon can be used on. Often times, the coupon itself will list other items that are included as well, but bloggers limit it to the main applicable item.
- 1/30/11 expresses the date that the coupon was released in the newspaper.
- In this example, P&G says that this coupon was part of the Proctor & Gamble insert. The coupon inserts are abbreviated as RP (Red Plum), SS (Smart Source), P&G(Proctor & Gamble), and GM (General Mills).
- x2/28/11 just reminds you of the coupon's expiration date.