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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

6 things you can do right now to save money and avoid anxiety for Passover 2015

It's the day after Pesach.   All the preparation, cleaning, cooking, baking, shopping, and now it's Isru Chag.   One week and one day, and it's all behind us.  Except it's not.  Because preparing for Pesach takes place all year long. The more you do year-round, the easier it will be to deal with Pesach next April.  And the more thoughtfully and carefully you put Pesach 2014 to bed, the easier it will be to plan for Pesach 2015.

Believe it or not, I actually take about 3-4 days to switch from my Pesach kitchen to my chametz kitchen.  I clear out all of the Pesach stuff right away, but it doesn't get packed into boxes until I finish inventorying stuff, discarding what I don't want, and making copious notes.  Every year, taking time to put stuff away the year before pays off the following Pesach.
  1. Get rid of those kitchen items you don't need or aren't working for you. As you're putting Passover stuff away, take your time and weed out all the items that you have no use for. Is there any reason to have 3 graters, none of which really grate all that well (been there, done that)?  Wouldn't it be nice to have a can opener that actually opened cans?  How much longer do you want to hold on to that broken mini-food processor?  Is that cheap, non-stick extra frying pan that you bought last year peeling and not really usable any more?  If you've got kitchen wares you'll never use, throw them out, donate them, freecycle them, bring them to Goodwill, but get rid of them.  You'll recover storage space (and a little sanity), and ultimately, disposing of stuff that's not working for you always saves you money in the long run.  
  2. Pack up kitchenwares thoughtfully and keep copious notes on what to look for this year.  As you pack up this year's Pesach kitchenwares, go through and take notes on what you need for next year. Did you have enough wine glasses this year?  Is your crockpot usable but on its last legs?  Would it have been nice to have had a hot water urn for Pesach?  How about a new warming tray, or perhaps a second one?  Make a wishlist.  You now have 11 months to shop.  Instead of grabbing the first appliance you see the week before Pesach because you'll need it, you can wait until there's a fantastic sale, and then pounce, buy it, and put it away for next Pesach.  Keep that list in your laptop, or in your desk drawer, or coupon folder.  (I'd love it if you'd forward that list to me, so I can be on the lookout for things my readers actually need!)  Pack up your kitchenwares in a thoughtful way.  If you have new items, make sure you label them dairy/meat/pareve, because you won't remember from year to year.  If you have new things that you haven't gotten around to using, make sure you write down on the box whether you've toveled it or not.
  3. Store non-perishable food properly and triage through the stuff that's old.  As you're packing away your Pesach pantry, store what you can, but do it properly, and triage through your Passover stockpiles.  Check out my reading list for what you can store and stockpile and what you can't, here.  If you have a basement or garage freezer, I urge you to store your flour-based or critter-attracting stuff in there (matzoh meal, cake meal, KLP couscous, etc.) and not in a box with your Pesach kitchenware.  These items will stay much fresher in a ziplock in the back of your freezer.  If you don't have a freezer to store those sorts of things in, make sure to bag them in ziplocks (keeps out air and moisture) and keep them in a cool, dry, clean environment.   Coffee that's still sealed can be also be stored in the freezer, but open coffee should be used up with your chametz.  Things like teas, spices and salt can be stored safely in boxes and don't need any refrigeration, but make sure to seal them very tightly when you put them away.   Don't store anything flour-based that is open (i.e. open boxes of cake meal); instead, incorporate them into your everyday chometz cooking; i.e. I've breaded chicken with Pesach cake meal or potato starch with great results.  Although many of you have claimed to have had success in storing cake mixes, I don't recommend it...the mixes get a stale odor that carries through the baking.  We have eaten at friends' homes where it's clear that they are serving cakes made with last years' (or older) mixes, and while it won't give you food poisoning, it's unpleasant.  Sealed jars and cans can certainly be put away for next year, but as you're packing them up, make sure there are no big dents, cracks, or holes anywhere, as those can make the food inside poisonous over the course of the year.  I usually write the year that I've purchased an item on top of any cans or jars that I store, so that I can rotate out the older stuff first, throughout the holiday.  My personal rule is anything that's older than three years will not be used and either needs to go into my chametz pantry, get donated to Tomchei Shabbos, be given to a friend or get thrown out.  Why, oh, why, did you buy a garlic flavored mashed potato mix?  Is this the fourth year you're storing that grape-flavored ko-jel?   Triage, triage, triage through your Pesach stockpiles.
  4. Keep clear notes on your Pesach groceries so you'll know what to shop for over the course of the year and where you got your stuff last year.  Make clear and detailed notes on your Pesach master list and create a new list of things you can buy during the year. There's nothing wrong with buying a five-lb. bag of C&H sugar in July for Pesach if it's on sale and you've got a great coupon.  We keep an empty box in the basement that's labeled "PESACH" and I fill it up over the course of the year.  Extra-virgin olive oil, sugar, Perrier, Pellegrino, foil, plasticware, paper plates, etc. all go in there when I find them on sale with a coupon, etc.  Make a separate list of all the stuff that you'll need for next year, take 11 months to shop, and come April, your stress will be minimal.
  5. Hit the post-Pesach grocery sales.  You'll find stuff like matzoh meal, KLP sauces and dressings, etc. on sale for ridiculously low prices.  Buy up whatever you are sure you will need, and skip the stuff that's super-cheap but you will have no use for.
  6. Grab the clearance deals on Hagaddahs, Pesach cookbooks, and hostess gifts.  Hit the Jewish bookstores here and here and online vendors as they start to mark down their Passover items.  
Finally, while this won't save you money on next year's Pesach shopping, it will help you ease back into your chametz routine:  use up your perishables or give them away.  Go through the fridge, audit your produce and perishables and make sure nothing goes to waste.   As we do every year (will I never learn?), we overbought butter and eggs this year, so I'm going to bring those over to a friend's house this week.  My extra potatoes will also get used; before those things start growing eyes and turning yucky, I'm processing all but 6 potatoes and making potato kugels, which will go right into the freezer. If you baked too much don't like to keep fattening sweets around the house, send them to work with you or your spouse.  You can freeze extra bricks of cream cheese and margarine.   Don't wait until the end of next week to discover wilted produce and spoiled perishables in your fridge.

Ok, readers, balubustas, Pesach Movers and Shakers, any other tips and ideas on saving money and trouble NOW for Pesach next year?

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  • 4 slice/9" pizza cooking capacity.
  • Toast, broil and bake and keep-warm controls.
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Gibson Home Channing Metal-Banded 16-Piece Porcelain Dinnerware Set for only $15.00

  • 16-piece set; service for 4.
  • Includes 4 dinner plates, 4 salad plates, 4 bowls and 4 mugs.
  • Made of porcelain.

Weight Watchers/Shape magazine bundle for only $8.99 per year (18 issues total, $0.50 per issue)

Today, 4/23/14 only, get a year of both Shape (12 issues) and Weight Watchers (6 issues) magazines for only $8.99 from DiscountMags, when you enter promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.  You can lock in that special bundle price of $8.99 per year for up to three years.  That's 18 issues total for an average price of $0.50 per issue. This deal is good today only, and works for new subscriptions, renewals and gift subscriptions, and there is no auto-renewal, so what you order is exactly what you get. 

Nordstrom: Tri-Coastal Design's Zebra umbrella on sale for $9.38 with free shipping

LOWEST PRICE: Proctor-Silex 1-Liter Electric Kettle for $8.99

Amazon just had a price drop on this Proctor-Silex Electric Kettle, down to $8.99 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping, the lowest Amazon price ever posted.  This electric kettle got 4.2 out of 5 stars over 2,117 customer reviews.  It normally goes for about $14.00-$16.00.
  • Detachable cord for easy pouring
  • Automatic shutoff
  • Dual water windows
  • Boil-dry protection
  • 1000 watt heating element

$2.00 coupon on any Dream product

Print your $2.00 coupon for any Dream product here.  You may print up to two of these per computer.

Rice Dream non-dairy beverage is priced at $1.97 at Walmart, so use this coupon to snag a free item.

$1.00 off any three Kellogg's cereals

$1.00 off any THREE Kellogg's Cereals

Free downloadable Fresh Herbs chart from Earthbound Farm Organic

Download your free Fresh Herbs chart from Earthbound Farms Organic here.  These free downloads from Earthbound are very pretty and kitcheny. (Remember last year's pumpkin and squash chart here?)  I download these to my computer, print them out in color, frame them, and hang them in my kitchen.

(And while you're on the Earthbound site, don't forget to print your $1.00/2 coupon here.)

Save $5 off your $40 purchase of Kleenex, Cottonelle, Viva or Scott on Amazon

Save $5.00 on your $40.00 purchase on these ten household essentials on Amazon. Add almost any combination of $40.00 worth of these ten Kleenex, Cottonelle, Viva and Scott products to your shopping cart in one purchase and automatically receive $5.00 off your purchase at checkout.  The $5.00 discount is in addition to any coupons that are already attached to these items.   If you select a Subscribe & Save option, you'll might need to select multiple quantities of the item in order to get up to the $40.00 minimum purchase, but the $40 minimum total is computed off the original price of the item (not the Subscribe & Save discounted price), so you will get to that minimum much sooner.

Free subscription to Family Circle magazine

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Kosher, highly-rated New Chapter organic pre-natal multivitamins, as low as $6.76 for a 48-count bottle (14 cents per vitamin!)

Amazon has got a great Subscribe & Save deal and high-value coupon on New Chapter Perfect Prenatal MultiVitamins.  These organic prenatal vitamins received 4.3 out of 5 stars over 589 customer reviews, and are under the kosher supervision of the OU.
  • Whole-Food Complexed Multi-Vitamin for Healthy Pregnancy & Fetal Development*
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First, click here, scroll down slightly, and "clip" the $5.00 coupon.

Here's how the pricing works out:
If you're unfamiliar with Subscribe & Save deals, or would just like a few tips on how best to use the Subscribe & Save program, read my shpiel on Subscribe & Save strategies here.

Remember that you don't need to be a member of Amazon Prime to get free shipping on ANY Amazon Subscribe & Save deal...shipping is free for anyone.

$0.50 off Vidalia onions

Save 20% on apples through SavingStar

Yesterday, SavingStar released a brand new produce coupon: Save 20% on any single purchase of loose apples at participating retailers.  One time use only.

New to Saving Star yet? It's super-easy to use. Join here and check to see which of your local stores qualifies as a SavingStar vendor.  Almost any store with a loyalty or membership card (like any Kroger affiliates, Albertson's, Pathmark, Rite Aid, Waldbaum, Stop 'N Shop, ShopRite, CVS, etc.) qualifies.  Here in Denver, I use King Soopers as my primary SavingStar store.

Here's how to cash in on SavingStar ecoupons.  Register your shopper's loyalty card in your Saving Star account and activate any of the ecoupons you want.  Then shop for the items listed on the ecoupons and make sure you swipe your shoppers loyalty card at checkout.  (And yes, you can use regular paper coupons on top of SavingStar ecoupons.) Once you've purchased an item, the amount of the coupon will be deposited in your SavingStar account and you can withdraw it (once it reaches $5) as cash or a gift card.

Each Tuesday, SavingStar features an ecoupon on a produce item and each Friday, SavingStar features an ecoupon for a free item, meaning that when you activate the coupon and purchase the item at one of their vendors and swipe your loyalty card at purchase, they will give you back 100% of the value of the item.  It really pays to join SavingStar

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

LOWEST PRICE: set of three Pyrex mixing bowls for $9.59 (or $10.87 with lids)

Get this set of three Pyrex prep mixing bowls from Amazon for just $9.59 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping, the lowest Amazon price ever posted on these Pyrex bowls.  The bowls are 1 quart, 1-1/2 quarts, and 2-1/2 quarts.  They are safe to use in the freezer, dishwasher, oven and microwave.  This is one of the most practical, frugal kitchen buys you'll ever make.

If you want to buy these bowls with lids, click on the 6-piece set option,  and you can get the same set for $10.87 with covers for each bowl.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Long-sleeve 100% pre-shrunk cotton crewneck t-shirt, $4.08-$18.99

I was shopping for some simple, lightweight, solid cotton tops for the warmer weather weather, and I stumbled across this find: Amazon has got this long-sleeve 100% pre-shrunk cotton crewneck t-shirt for $4.08-18.99.  It's available in 15 colors in sizes small through 3XL.  All the reviews say that this runs small, so order one size up.

Sorry to be so vague about the price, but the range is truly that wide, depending on which color you get and which size (also, some charge shipping, some do not).

  • Pull On closure
  • Preshrunk 100% cotton jersey.
  • Seamless double-needle 1/2" collar.
  • Side-seamed with slightly tapered missy fit.
  • Double-needle sleeves and hemmed cuffs.
  • 5.3 oz.

LOWEST PRICE: kidkraft Rosh Hashana Set, $15.94

Amazon has had a huge price drop on the KidKraft Rosh Hashana set, from $32.98 down to $15.94 with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping, its lowest price ever posted.  Yes, I know it's Pesach, but these KidKraft toys rarely go on sale, and when they do, pounce!

Grab it before the price changes again!
  • 2 round raisin challahs
  • 1 challah cover
  • 1 shofar, 
  • 1 Kiddush cup
  • 1 honey dish
  • 1 apple with Velcro slices, 
  • 2 wooden candlesticks with candles

Beautiful Peterhof ceramic coated 18/10 stainless steel knife set $16.99 (choice of seven colors)

Groupon has this beautiful set of 5 Peterhof knives for $16.99 plus $2.99 shipping = $19.97 OR get free shipping if you buy more than one set.  You get your choice of 7 different colors.

And these are good knives too, not just pretty ones; they are made of anti-bacterial ceramic coated non-stick 18/10 stainless steel.

(These knives go for upwards of $24 with shipping on Amazon, so if you buy more than one set and can get the free shipping on Groupon, you can snag a major bargain.  I got one for next year Pesach dairy and one for a shower gift.)

  • 5-piece professional knife set
  • Nonstick stainless steel ceramic-coated blades
  • Bright colors
  • Ergonomic comfort-grip handles
  • Includes:
    • Chef's knife (7.5" blade, 12.8" total length)
    • Carving knife (7.5" blade, 12.8" total length)
    • Bread knife (7.5" blade, 12.8" total length)
    • Paring knife (4.7" blade, 8.6" total length)
    • Accuracy knife (3.3" blade, 7.5" total length)

Nordstrom discount on brand name makeup that rarely goes on sale: Prada, Estee Lauder, Clarins, Lancôme, Clinique and more (plus free shipping and free samples with any makeup purchase, no minimum)

It's very rare to find decent sales on brand name makeup. The better makeup brand names almost never go on sale, and if they do, it seems like there is always a high minimum that you need to buy to get free shipping.

That's why I was so excited about the beauty sale at Nordstrom.  All the higher-end brand name makeup here is marked down by at least 10% off the regular price (some are discounted even more) AND you get free shipping with no minimum, AND you get three free samples with ANY beauty purchase.

The following brands are included in the sale: AHAVA, Balenciaga Paris, Bliss, Bobbi Brown, Bottega Veneta, Boucheron, Burberry, Burberry Brit, butter LONDON, BVLGARI, Calvin Klein, Carolina Herrera, Chloé, Ciaté, Clarins, CLARISONIC®, Clinique, Crabtree & Evelyn, Deborah Lippmann, Dior, DKNY, Dolce&Gabbana, Donna Karan, Elie Saab, Elizabeth Arden Ceramide, Estée Lauder, Fendi, Fossil, Givenchy, GO SMiLE®, Gucci, Guerlain, Hanae Mori, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, Jimmy Choo, Juicy Couture, KENZO, Kiehl’s, Lancôme, Lanvin, Laura Mercier, Mémoire Liquide, MARC JACOBS, Michael Kors, MOLTON BROWN London, Narciso Rodriguez, NARS, Nordstrom, Oscar de la Renta, philosophy, Prada, PREVAGE®, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, See by Chloé, Shiseido, St. Tropez, StriVectin®, T3, Thierry Mugler, Tom Ford, Trish McEvoy, Valentino, Vera Wang, Versace, Viktor & Rolf, Vince Camuto, Winks by Georgie™, Yves Saint Laurent.

And additionally, on the brands listed here, you can get a fantastic free gift package along with your purchase.

For example, I purchased my usual Estée Lauder lipstick, mascara,  and concealer, got them for 10% off, free shipping, and then entered promo code PROTECT at checkout and in addition to the three free samplesI also got an Estee Lauder gift pack including:  DayWear Advanced Multi-Protection Anti-Oxidant Oil-Free Creme SPF 25 (0.5 oz.), Pure Color Eyeshadow Palette, Pure Color Long Lasting Nail Lacquer in Smashed (0.17 oz.), Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Tiger Eye (full size), Sumptuous Bold Volume Lifting Mascara in Black (0.1 oz.), Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II (0.24 oz.), and an Exclusive Lilly Pulitzer Travel Cosmetics Bag for free.  Awesome deal and fantastic sale.

DiscountMags Pick Your Price Magazine Sale (titles starting at $2.99/year)

Today, 4/20/14 only, DiscountMags is having a Pick Your Price Magazine Sale, with title starting at $2.99 per year.

"Olaf" plush from the movie "Frozen" for $12.87 (authentic licensed Disney product)

According to Amazon, this is the authentic licensed Disney product (which appears to be sold out on the Disney Store website).  The next size up Olaf doll is priced at a whopping $90.00!
  • Detailed plush sculpturing - Embroidered features
  • Satin tooth
  • 9" High seated, 11" including hair
  • Genuine, Original, Authentic Disney Store patch on foot
  • Part the Frozen Plush Collection, each sold separately

LOWEST PRICE: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet) for $8.70

This highly-rated movie got 4.4 out of 5 stars over 1,621 customer reviews (1,145 gave it 5 stars), and was last priced at $12.18.

The imaginative world of Dr. Seuss comes to life like never before in this visually spectacular adventure from the creators of Despicable Me! Twelve-year-old Ted will do anything to find a real live Truffula Tree in order to impress the girl of his dreams. As he embarks on his journey, Ted discovers the incredible story of the Lorax, a grumpy but charming creature who speaks for the trees. Featuring the voice talents of Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, Rob Riggle, Jenny Slate, and Betty White, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is filled with hilarious fun for everyone!

LOWEST PRICE: iScholar 9" x 12" Doodle Pad, 60 sheets, $1.73

Another great price drop: Amazon lowered its price on the iScholar Doodle Pad from $4.26 to $1.73, the lowest price ever posted on Amazon for this sketchpad.  Each pad has 60 sheets of newsprint sketch paper that will keep your kids drawing and coloring when the spirit moves them.

It's an Add-On item, which means that it ships for free with a $25.00 minimum purchase (but its price counts towards that $25.00) if you're a Prime member; if you're not a Prime member, it ships free with a $35.00 minimum purchase.

Hat tip to Daily Cheapskate reader, Mindy B. in Flatbush, who alerted me to the low price on this sketchpad.  Since the price was so unusually low, and her three kids love to draw so much, she stocked up and bought 15 of them (and nailed the free shipping)!

Aroma rice cooker/food steamer $15.00-$15.99

I know most people aren't thinking about cooking rice today (unless you're Sephardic?), but this was such a nice price drop, I had to post it.  Amazon lowered the price on this red Aroma rice cooker/food steamer from $21.82 to $15.99, with free Prime/SuperSaver shipping.  (It also comes in white for $15.00.)  It got 4.1 out of 5 stars over a whopping 1, 079 customer reviews.
  • Can hold 1 to 3 cups of uncooked rice
  • Perfectly prepares 2 to 6 cups of cooked rice and automatically keeps it warm for hours
  • Steams vegetables and meat even while simultaneously cooking rice
  • Simple, one-touch operation switches to keep-warm mode automatically when finished
  • Nonstick inner cooking pot and all accessories are dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup

PRICE DROP: Hamilton Beach Blender and Chopper for $33.74

  • 700-watt peak power
  • Mess-free spout
  • 3 cup chopping bowl
  • 2 speeds plus pulse
  • Stainless steel blades

$1.50 off any Visine item

$1.50 off any (1) VISINE product

Friday, April 18, 2014

$1.00 off any two Earthbound Farm Organic products

Print your $1.00 off any two Earthbound Farm Organic products coupon here.   Click on the "Email coupon link" at the bottom of the page.

LAST CHANCE: Join the Bombay Company's email list and get a $15.00 off $15.01 gift card free

This is your last chance to get your free $15.00 gift card from The Bombay Company.  They are withdrawing the offer after 4/19/14 4/26/14 (extended).

Register now for the Bombay Company's newsletter (just enter your name, email address, zip and birthday; takes 10 seconds) and they will immediately give you a $15.00 gift card code.  The minimum purchase to use the $15.00 gift card is $15.01.   I did it a few weeks ago, when this offer first came out, and it worked like a dream!  After you sign up, browse the "Accents" section to pick up a near-free decor item (but you will still need to pay shipping).

By joining the Bombay Company email list, you'll receive other promo codes, coupons, and special offers, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

I signed up and ended up getting this elegant glass photo frame ($16.99) for $1.99 + $5.95 shipping = $7.94 shipped.  They've added some more inexpensive picture frames since then, so you have more to choose from.

Then I told my husband to sign up and we got these lovely deco salt and pepper shakers ($17.99) for $2.99 + $5.95 shipping = $8.94.  Yay, new salt and pepper shakers for Pesach!

Free song download from Live Nation

Download your free MP3 song from Live Nation here. Just enter your email address and zip code (limit one song download per email address.)  You can preview the free song (click on the larger arrow in the circle, but don't do that at work, because it will play pretty loudly) and if you don't like it, you can skip to the next song (click on the small double arrow), until you find one you like.  I got The Turtles' Happy Together.

Gibson Home Stanza 16-Piece Dinnerware Set on sale for $24.00 (comes in 6 colors)

Walmart has got the Gibson Home Stanza 16-Piece Dinnerware Set on rollback at $24.00 with free in-store pickup or free shipping at a $50.00 purchase.  It comes in six pretty colors, and includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bowl and mug for each setting.

(Just to give you an idea of how fabulous this price is, Amazon has got this set for $42.97 + $14.49 shipping = $57.46.)

It got 4.4 out of 5 stars over 9 customer reviews and this stoneware set is microwave and dishwasher safe.  If you've got to replace or supplement any dishes in your Pesach set, this is an excellent choice.

It's allergy season! Print your high-value $2.00 coupon off Bausch & Lomb's Alaway allergy eye itch relief drops

Got allergies or just have occasional itchy eyes?  Print your rare $2.00 coupon for Bausch & Lomb's Alaway here. Limit two prints per computer.

LOWEST PRICE: Lenox Opal Innocence set for $51.21

(That's an absolutely amazing price, if you consider that the platter alone goes for $43 at Macy's.)
  • Lenox white porcelain
  • Set includes sugar and cream set; serving bowl and platter
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Microwave-safe
  • Platter length is 14"
Even though this is part of a larger set, I think you can easily use the items here on their own, since they are a classic white on white Lenox pattern and can probably coordinate with many tableware sets.  

BuyDig bundle: Nexus 7 32GB Tablet PLUS Adobe Photoshop Light Room 5 PLUS HP Deskjet 1010 Inkjet Printer for $179.99 shipped (it's like getting the Photoshop and printer for free!)

BuyDig has got an unbelievable bundle deal on a tablet, printer and Photoshop software.

Get the Nexus-7 1B32 Quad Core 32GB 7-inch Tablet, AND Photoshop Lightroom 5 for Mac or PC AND HP Deskjet 1010 Inkjet Printer, all for 179.99 with free shipping.

(The Nexus tablet alone goes for $239.00 on Amazon.)  This bundle is incredibly priced. All items are brand new and include the full manufacturer's warranty.  Please note that on the item page, this bundle will be priced at $199.99, but will drop to $179.99 in your shopping cart.