Since we are going to have a rainy day in San Diego, it will give me time to go through all of the campaign material that has been coming into my mail box on a daily basis. I am a very important voter because I actually donate a small sum of money to a couple candidates I support. I get invites to all kinds of political events. Money always talks when you want to be heard. Obviously, I am not rich but I did read that it only cost about $60 million to buy (contribute) our federal representatives.
If you are participating in the Ibotta rebates then make sure that you check the app to see if the offers have reset so that you can do them again. For example, the Nature’s Truth Vitamin E Stick offer has reset. You can buy one stick for $1.99 and get back $2 rebate and the purchase will counts towards the Ibotta bonuses. If you live in an area that doesn’t have a lot of couponers, you don’t need to max out an offer, i.e, when a limit is 5. I never max out an offer unless it’s a Money Maker or if you have a large family and it’s something that you want or need.
On Sunday, we will get (1) P&G, (1) Retail Me Not and (1) Smart Source coupon inserts in the newspapers. On Saturdays, go to your local $.99 Store or Dollar Tree to get the Early Edition Sunday newspapers for $1. In Sacramento, the $.99 Stores carries the Early Edition but not the Dollar Tree. In San Diego, the Dollar Tree carries the Early Edition but not the $.99 Store. You have to check your local dollar stores on Saturday to see which stores carry the Early Edition.
Keep in mind that Rite Aid, CVS, and Walmart carry the Early Edition Sunday newspapers which its always cheaper to buy the early edition rather than the real Sunday newspaper. The Saturday paper is cheaper than the Sunday newspapers.
If you didn’t have a chance to stop by CVS to print your coupons at the Coupon Center then go into your CVS account and print or send to card your CVS coupons!
Today is Saturday…enjoy your day! 🙂