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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Free food and discount shopping

My birthday is coming up. All these email offers are coming in for it. So far I've had breakfast and a song-thing at IHOP, and salad, soup and COOKIES! at Sweet Tomatoes.
They are really good too! I have some other birthday dining options but I'm not sure if I'll use them.

I've been trying out my new iPhone and the Keyring app. FYI, just because there's a coupon on the keyring doesn't mean the store will know what to do with it. I spent over 10 minutes trying to get the cashier and manager at Target to listen to the directions, but they looked at me like I had 2 heads. Eventually, they took off the coupon amounts but didn't enter the barcodes for the coupons. Technology is only as good as the people who are trained to use it correctly.

At Ulta, I had better luck. The cashier typed in the barcode from the keyring, and I got $5 off $10.
My FIRST China Glazes!
I have a goal not to pay full price for nail polish. I have a small collection, and most, if not all of them were bought on sale, clearance or with coupons.  These China Glazes were in the clearance bin at Ulta. I came home and found out they are part of the Vintage Vintage Collection that came out last July for the fall of 2010.  I was so excited that I found these! Each were just $2.99. However, with the keyring coupon I only paid $7 plus tax for them.
L-R: 931-Foxy, 932-Going My Way, 941-Jitterbug, 934-Swing Baby

At CVS: 3/$10 for 12x3 cases of Pepsi. Used a $5 ECB making it .04¢/can. Is that right? That can't be right. $5/3=$1.66 per case/36 cans=.04¢ per can. WOW!

And finally:
Half Price Frap (and Baby Frap) Friday at Starbucks!

1 comment:

DC2 said...

You take nice photos, Kay.

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