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August 26, 2009

Walmart 8/26

This morning I made a quick run to Walmart with the boys. I wanted to get two items - Air Wick i-motion products and the free soy Glade candle. I was able to get both!!

4 Air Wick i-motion products $5.99 each
1 Air Wick i-motion product $4.50
1 Glade soy candle $2.97
used (5) $6 Air wick coupons
used one get me free Glade coupon
=35 cents OOP!!

I could not believe the great deal I got! These will make great additions to my upcoming garage sale :) I have no idea why one of the Air Wicks was only $4.50 - I bought three of one scent and two of another scent.

I had a really friendly cashier this morning which sometimes is rare at Walmart. She asked me where I found the Glade candle - she's been searching for them since the free coupon was in the paper. I let her know and I also gave her one of my business cards. I'm going to try to be more diligent about handing them out to people who are truly interesting in saving money. And hopefully some of them will sign up for my upcoming class!

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Living It, Loving It said...

I know CVS takes computer print out coupons, but who else does that? I am new to your blog but I absolutely love it.

slugmama said...

The only place in these parts with the new glade soy candle is Wags. I'm hopeful some other stores get them in soon.
I need to have another garage sale or do a flea market soon. Have you ever tried a flea market for selling stockpile?
I also need to get my donation bags together and get up to the church's food bank and medical clinic. I never got around to it last month or this month. Ugh! I am so lazy....

Tanya said...

Living It - almost all stores take internet coupons. Most stores will specify on their website what types of coupons they accept and if they don't just shoot them an email :)

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