Monday, January 28, 2008


Still nothing at CVS this week for me. Next week is the last chance to use my ECB. I was really hoping I would be able to use then to get more great deals but I am not going to buy stuff just for the sake of buying things. I only want to buy things that we will actually use. They are not great deals if we will not use the stuff. Here's hoping for a better weel next week! - refund form for all your money back from Febreeze
Chocolate Turtle Chex Mix® - choclate turtle Chex Mix sample - free sample of toothpaste
Good Cause Greeting Catalog Request - free card
Sam's Club - Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers - free diaper
Clinique Clinique Happy™ wishes for Valentine’s Day. - free sample
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Anonymous said...

Know anyone having a baby? You could use your ECB's for baby products.

Do you needing washing detergent?

Just trying to see what I would buy if I needed to use my ECB's.

Maybe donate them to a single mom?

I enjoy your blog!

Anonymous said...

If you have a $10 ECB that you need to use.. then you can get 5 advils thats on sale for $4 each and on each box is a $2 peelie. that brings the total to 10 dollars.. use your $10 EBC and its free. Then on the end it prints out a $10 EBC so its a $10 profit.

Frugal Finds said...

I know there are some good deals at CVS this week but nothing I can really use. I stocked up on medicine earlier in the month so 5 packs of Advil is not something I can use before the expiration date. I do not need any huggies items. I know I can g buy things like laundry soap, bar soap or deoderant. I will nto let my $23 ECB expire without using them... I will keep you posted on what I get!!

Kim said...

You can convert some of the ECBs to cash with the Sambucol deal. I put it on my blog earlier.

There is a BIG cottonelle deal going on, 20 double rolls for $5 and they print $2 ECBs.

I am stockpiling things I don't need right now, I'll give away what I don't use within a reasonable amount of time :)

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