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8/31/2012

Fantastic buys on Lowe's summer patio clearance including kids chairs for $5, 6-piece sets for $124 and more


Lowe's is having a great summer clearance sale on patio items.  If you can, choose free-store-pickup to avoid exorbitant shipping charges (find a Lowe's near you here).  Markdowns are pretty huge, including the following great buys:




Garden Treasures 6-Piece Dunstan Patio Furniture Set:  $124 (usually $248), 4-1/2 out of 5 stars over 15 reviews.

Garden Treasures Hippo Kid's Chair in a Bag $4.99 or


Garden Treasures Frog Kid's Chair in a Bag, both $4.99.  I just picked up a bunch of these to give as gifts.  I think they look much more impressive than their $5 price.



Traditional Wood Glider, $115.  I've seen these all-wood gliders at three times this price.

Browse around, because there are some excellent buys going on in this end-of-summer clearance sale.


Annual subscription to Newsweek, $24.99

 

 Get Newsweek magazine (normally $39) for $24.99 per year, up to two years, when you enter the promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.  This offer is good today, 8/31/12, only.

Free gift with $20 purchase at Melissa and Doug


Get a free Alphabet Write-On Learning Mat and Erasable Crayons with your $19.99+ purchase from MelissaandDoug.com (offer good through 9/3/12 or while supplies last).  No promo code necessary.   The item will appear in your cart automatically at checkout.

The mat/crayons set is valued at $4.99.  

This free offer also applies to toys bought at the 40% off Melissa and Doug Outlet Shop, so stack this freebie with a heavily discounted sale toy(s) for the best value.  (You can also get free shipping on purchases over $50 at MelissaandDoug.com when you  enter promo code FREESHIPFIFTY at checkout.)  

Buy 2 get 1 free on Nabisco crackers


Print this high-value buy-two-get-one-free Nabsico crackers coupon here:
  1. Click on "Local Coupons"
  2. Enter zip code 77477.
  3. Click back on "Coupons"
  4. It should be there under the "Foods" category.

8/30/2012

$0.75 off Golden Blossom honey



Rosh Hashana is right around the corner!  Need I say more?  Print this $0.75 coupon off Golden Blossom honey, 24 oz. or larger.

The end is near! (The end of the month, that is....)






The end of the month is (gulp) tomorrow!  Where on earth did the summer go to?

The end of the month means we can look forward to some new coupons popping up in the changing of the (coupon) guard on 9/1/12.  It means some great Labor Day deals on appliances, furniture and clothes this weekend.   It also means that many of your favorite coupons, you know, the ones you've been meaning to print but haven't gotten round to, are going to disappear.  If you've got any coupons on Coupons.comSmartSourceRed PlumWhole FoodsTargetBetty Crocker, or Cellfire that you've been eyeing, now is a good time to put paper in the printer.

Back-to-school is NOW, Rosh HaShana/Yom Kippur/Sukkot are just a mere few weeks away and it's time to be looking at deals for the fall:  kids clothes and school items, honey, baking items, sweaters, disposable tableware, etc.  Bring on autumn.....

Beaders and Crafters, 10 assorted Murano Glass beads for $1.99 with free shipping, compatible with Pandora or Chamilia jewelry


If you pay attention to bead prices, you know that you could pay upwards of $50 for a single Murano glass bead.  As I've been traveling through New England on vacation this month, I've noticed that bead prices in craft shops have zipped up even more recently.  I have to think that people are paying these insane prices out of total ignorance.

My jewelry-making friend Laura alerted me to this great Amazon deal:  ten assorted Murano glass beads for $1.99 with free shipping.  At $0.20 per bead, she ordered twenty packages!  Beaders and crafters, grab this one before Amazon pulls one of their infamous price swaps.

$1 off two Morningstar Farms Veggie items plus $4.99 Morningstar rebate

 $1.00 off 2 MorningStar Farms Veggie Food Product

If you haven't gotten around to it yet, don't forget to print your coupon for $1 off two packages of Morningstar Farms Veggie food items here. Make sure you pair this with the $4.99 Morningstar rebate for some real savings.

8/29/2012

$0.04 per printed full-color business card

Vistaprint

Get 250 premium business cards for $10 with free shipping from Vistaprint.  That comes to only 4 cents per card. This is not the freebie deal where the Vistaprint logo is on the back of the card; it will be blank, or for about $3.50 more, you can put more contact information, a calendar, an appointment card, or other choices on the back of your card.  The card will be printed on classy heavyweight stock, and you've got some great graphic choices available for your business card design. 

Need more than 250 cards?  Double the deal, but not the price and get 500 cards for $15, or 3 cents per card.   Get 1,000 cards for $20 or 2 cents per card.  Great deal on business cards!

Still available: get senior deals,coupons and promos in your inbox



Just a reminder that this freebie is still available!

Are you a fabulous senior?  If you haven't joined yet, sign up here for SeniorDealNews.com to receive deals, coupons, and promotions specifically geared toward seniors on the move.

Owl necklace for the price of a cup of coffee


Get this awesome owl pendant for $1.29 with free shipping here.  What a fun necklace at a song of a price!

Annual subscription to Games magazine, $14.99 per year

Hearing this initially, you might not think this is such a huge bargain, but if you know anything about Games, you know that it's very rare to get any discount on this premium magazine.  I'm a puzzle junkie and have been reading Games for years, and this is about the lowest subscription price I've ever seen.

Get an annual subscription to Games magazine for $14.99 per year (usually $29.90) when you use promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.  You can only buy a one year subscription at this special price, and it's good for today, 8/29/12 only.

"Listen to Your Skin" kit freebie

Request your free Listen to Your Skin kit here.  What a nice freebie:  includes sun hat, sunscreen, and lip balm in a cute orange tote.

Whole Living magazine annual subscription for $3.99


This is one of the very few "lifestyle" magazine that I receive.   Subscribe to Whole Living magazine, (normally $14.99 per year,) for just $3.99 per year (for up to two years) from Tanga when you enter promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.

Click here to get started.  This price is good today (8/29/12) only.


$1.50 off two packages of Fruit of the Loom socks



8/28/2012

It's Tuesday, so tweet and get some free Amazon mp3 credit from Pepsi




Once again, get a free $1.29 Amazon MP3 credit from Pepsi:  follow Pepsi on Twitter, and then tweet to them and  include #PepsiMusicNOW in the tweet.  Pepsi will send you a direct message on Twitter with a code worth $1.29 on Amazon MP3.  Redeem the code at Amazon.com/PepsiMusicNOW.

Inc. magazine annual subscription for $3.99 per year


Any entrepreneurs running your own businesses out there?  Subscribe to Inc. magazine, (normally $19.00 per year,) for just $3.99 per year (for up to four years) from Tanga when you enter promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.

Click here to get started.  This price is good today (8/28/12) only.


8/27/2012

$1 off two cans of Bush's Baked or Grillin' Beans

$1.00 off two BUSH'S Baked or Grillin' Beans

The vegetarian Bush's baked beans are kosher pareve and are a staple in our house during barbecue season.  Best baked beans ever, hands down.  Print your coupon for $1 off of any two cans of Bush's Baked or Grillin' beans here.

Hurry! Deal disappears in less than three hours: $10 for MLB-TV for the rest of the season


Sorry for the late posting on this:  get the rest of the season of Major League Baseball-TV for just $10.  Unfortunately, this offer expires at midnight EST tonight, so if you want this deal, hurry!

Guest post by Mr. Daily Cheapskate: How to eat well while traveling, with Manifold Cooking

Some of you may have noticed that my blog posting has been rather, er, sporadic during the month of August.  That's because I'm not at home in Denver.   I spent the first half of August with my family in New York.  The last half of the month, I've been traveling with my husband, Joshua.  We've been road-tripping it up and down the New England coast.  (I'm writing this from Thayer's Inn in Littleton, New Hampshire.)

As you might know, we keep kosher, which is often a challenge when you're traveling.  When we road-trip from home, I can pre-cook some healthy, protein-based food and just load it in the back of the car.  But when you fly out somewhere and then road-trip, you don't have that option, unless you want to shlep a lot of kitchen stuff with you (we don't), eat only easy-to-get kosher junkfood (we don't) or spend a fortune on pre-packaged takeout and take that with you (we really, really don't).  

We've been having fresh, kosher, delicious, hot fish every night of our vacation.  How? Manifold Cooking.  Take it away, Joshua....
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Twenty years ago, a co-worker introduced me to a book that would change how I travel.

I love long driving trips. But when you keep kosher, it can be hard to get a hot meal on the road,especially  when you're travelling outside of New York.

Enter, Manifold Destiny. "The one, the only, guide to cooking on your car engine."

It turns out that for many cars, the exhaust manifold - which can reach temperatures of up to 800 degrees - is easily accessible. If so, it makes an ideal cooking surface for fish, chicken, or even beef. Since then, I've used this technique any number of times on long trips.

If you know a lot about engines, you're probably thinking - cool!   If you don't, you're probably wondering if this is safe. After all, isn't the exhaust manifold where, you know, the poisonous carbon monoxide comes out of the engine? Well, yes it is. But remember, it's not where it exits the car. The manifold exists to guide that noxious gas through the exhaust system and out the tailpipe. If the exhaust manifold is leaking, you've got bigger problems than dining on apples and potato chips tonight.

So, how do you safely cook on a car engine, which is exposed to all sorts of pollutants that your oven never sees?

Simple - take the food out of the packaging, and wrap it a few times in foil. The foil serves two purposes - it keeps the food clean, but it also seals in the juices, keeping it from drying out. That means that if you're cooking fish or chicken, it's also impossible for it to get overdone, even if you keep it on the manifold for a couple of hours.


Wrap it in a few pieces of foil.
Then you pull off one last, exceptionally long, piece of foil, and wrap the food width-wise in that. Turn all that extra foil into very, very long handles, at least 18 inches long. You'll need them.




Place the food on the manifold, and then wrap the foil around something else in the engine to secure it. Remember, you're driving, so unless you do that, there's an excellent chance the food will just slide off the engine and onto some stretch of highway. You need to be careful about what you attach the food to. In our rented Chevrolet Captiva, we used the coolant pipe. It's well-secured, and can take the mild force from attaching the food.





Absolutely, under no circumstances, should you attach it to the accelerator linkage. If you don't know what that is, find an engine diagram for your car on the Net, and look for it. If you pull that loose by mistake, you could destroy your engine. Even a hot meal isn't worth that.

The final product: flaky, moist perfect salmon
Once you've done this a couple of times, you'll want to experiment. Spicing up the food - with allspice, or with your favorite flavors - works perfectly well. I remember one trip where I put a little mustard on the salmon, but try your own favorite recipe.  Or get the Manifold Destiny cookbook.  They've got some great ideas.

If you pick up some fresh vegetables, you can pack those in too, for a complete meal. Any solid food that doesn't require water to cook will work.

So go, buy some Empire chicken or that nice salmon filet, and enjoy a nice, hot dinner on the road. You'll never travel the same way again!

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[Post-Script from Susie:  For my kosher-keeping readers, I wanted to just write a few instructions on buying kosher fish without a hechsher.  Please note:  I am not a rabbi.  I'll just say that again:  I am NOT a rabbi!  As with all things halachic, please, pretty please, consult your local Orthodox rabbi.  Ok?  Ok.
  1. Select kosher fish.  If you're not sure or don't recognize it, don't buy it.  We stick with safe, recognizable choices, like salmon, halibut, or haddock.
  2. The fish must not be sitting in the same receptacle as non-kosher fish or shellfish.  Today, I wanted to buy salmon, but it was on the same icebed as the catfish.  I told the supermarket clerk that my husband was severely allergic to catfish and he went in the back and got me some salmon that had never been in the case at all.
  3. The fish must have some skin attached to it.
  4. After you buy it, take a knife and scrape any area where the fish might have been cut with a non-kosher knife.  If it's a fillet, that means the edges.  If it's a steak, that means the edges and the surface of the fish.
  5. Rinse the fish very well with water. 
That's it.  Having grown up in the Kosher Mecca of the Universe (Brooklyn), it took me a long time to get used to buying fish without a hechsher, and you may decide that you'd rather not do this.  If you can get to a Costco, pick up a bag of the frozen Kirkland salmon fillets instead; they have an OU on them.]

Stacked savings: BOGOHO plus 20% off at Famous Footwear

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Famous Footwear has got stacked savings! In addition to the buy-one-get-one-half off (BOGOHO) promotion, you can also get an additional 15% off or get 20% off  (if you are a Famous Footwear Rewards member).

(For all of you Shoppers Math junkies like me, since BOGOHO is the equivalent of 25% off, stacking a 20% coupon on top of it is like getting 40% off in total!  .75 x .80 = .60.  For those of you allergic to math, you'll have to trust me on this...it's a 40% savings.)

Print these coupons now and multiply your savings. Stacking promotions is one of the smartest ways to deepen your discounts.  The coupons are valid starting Wednesday (so plan your shopping trip), from 8/29/12 - 9/8/12. Perfect for back-to-school shoes.

3-tier bamboo K-Cup holder tree for $18 shipped


(While I am definitely a fan of K-cup organizers with a smaller footprint,) I know some of you have emailed me about getting a good deal on a K-cup "tree."  Brylane Home just came out with a great one!  

Check out this 3-Tier Bamboo Coffee Pod Holder. It holds 27 K-cups and is 12 inches high. While it's priced at $14.99 with $5.99 shipping, you can still do a little better. Enter promo code BHKTR20 (good through 11/15/12) at checkout, and your price will drop by 20% down to $11.99, and your grand total with shipping will be $17.98.  Awesome price, (even with the exorbitant shipping,) compared to the prices on some other K-Cup trees.

Disney Cars Youth Desk $34 with free shipping


Get this Disney Cars desk for youth with a hutch for just $34 with free shipping from Amazon!  Hurry, because you know how Amazon prices flip on a dime.  Judging from the two excellent five-star reviews, it is made from quality materials, so when your child grows out of the Cars phase, you can probably give this a quick paint job for a more conventional look. Measures 38.75" H x 31.5" W x 19" D.  

What a wonderful way to kick off your child's return to school...this should be a great motivator!   Grab it now before Amazon pulls the switch.  

Save 10% sitewide on Lowes.com



Doing any appliance shopping this week, during all the Labor Day sales?

Lowe's has got a new online 10% off promo code that is good sitewide, including appliances and clearance items. Enter promo code 470704267815241 at checkout to get 10% off your total purchase (good through 9/7/12).  Right now, they are also offering free truck delivery on most major appliances too, so do shop around.

Remember that this promo code is good sitewide, so if you have been thinking about flooring, tools, garden items, etc. strike while the iron is hot!

Still available: Free 2-liter Coca Cola at Shop N Save or Lowe's


Just a reminder that this free Coca-Cola 2 liter bottle is still available!

Calling all Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia DailyCheapskate readers:  get a free 2-liter Coca Cola at either Shop N Save or Lowe's Foods when you sign up for Aisle 50.  No purchase necessary, no strings, just free!

Just sign up here, connect your shopper's card and snag a free 2 liter Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, Cherry Coke, Diet Cherry Coke, Cherry Coke Zero, caffeine-free Coca-Cola, or caffeine-free Diet Coke at either Shop N Save or Lowe's Foods when you purchase the soda and scan your shopper's card.

Free sample of Bear Naked cereal from Target



Target is offering a free sample of Bear Naked cereal here.  The site is getting hit very hard right now, so if you have trouble getting in, keep trying.  One per household.

Rare Fleischmann's yeast coupons: print now before they disappear

 

I haven't seen coupons for Fleischmann's yeast in about two years! Just in time for me to bake my Rosh HaShannah challah!

Hurry and print them now because they will surely run out of prints.

Kiplinger's one-year subscription for $6.99



Kiplinger's is one of my favorite personal finance reads.  Get an annual subscription to Kiplinger's magazine for $6.99/year (originally $12, so 41% off) from DiscountMags, when you enter promo code DAILYCHEAPSKATE at checkout.  This promo code works for both new subscription and renewals, so even if you have a current subscription, go ahead and extend it at this terrific price.

Click here to get started.  This offer is good today, 8/27/12 only.


Free $40 baby sling (you pay $11.95 shipping)


Get a free baby sling priced at $39.95 for the cost of shipping ($11.95) from Seven Slings when you enter promo code MYSAVINGS at checkout.  The promo code will drop your total charges by $40.  (Make sure you remove the $3.50 "Size Exchange Insurance" charge in order to pay only the shipping charges.)  You will have the choice of seven different patterns to choose from.

8/26/2012

Stevie Wonder, The Definitive Collection, $3.99 for 21 of his greatest hits


Amazon has got the brilliant Stevie Wonder, The Definitive Collection on MP3 download for just $3.99.  That's 21 of his top songs for $0.19 per song!  Sold.

Green Mountain Coffee Lake & Lodge K-Cups, $0.45 each


Amazon has got a 24-count pack of Green Mountain Coffee Lake & Lodge K-Cups for $10.71 or $0.45 per K-Cup, with free Prime or SuperSaver (minimum $25 purchase) shipping.  These Amazon Warehouse deals on K-Cups disappear faster than a magician's rabbit, so grab this now.

(Please note that Amazon has the wrong item picture posted.)

Guest Post: How to save money on IVF and other infertility treatments


This very special guest post was written by a friend of mine, Channah (obviously not her real name). Channah has gone through several very expensive IVF cycles without insurance coverage, and she hopes that this post will help other readers who are in similar circumstances.  Feel free to share additional advice in the comments section. 

Infertility treatments can be unbelievably expensive, especially IVF, or in-vitro-fertilization. While our six IVF cycles cost about $16,000 each, we researched ways to save money on the cycles, and we managed to bring those costs down to about half on average. We wanted to share this information with other couples who are undergoing IVF.
  1. Insurance: if you have any sort of insurance coverage, ask your doctor to run all your procedures and labs through the insurance, even if your insurance policy states that it has no infertility treatment coverage.  Very often insurance companies will cover the treatment of infertility but not fertility treatments.  It's a very thin, gray line, but it can save you thousands of dollars.  Even though my insurance would not cover any of my IVF-cycle related procedures, they did cover all of my ultrasounds and blood draws.  Same story with medications. Any medication on your protocol that could be related to some other condition might be covered, and you'll never know until you try to run them through your pharmacy insurance.
  2. Insurance Mandates:  some states have insurance mandates for ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology). As of this writing, the following 15 states have insurance mandates: Arkansas, Louisiana, New York, California, Maryland, Ohio, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Hawaii, Montana, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, and West Virginia. Now, just because these states have mandates does not mean that your employer needs to offer them to you if you are receiving insurance at work. However, you might be able to purchase riders that include ART when you join your company's insurance plan. Inquire about this from your Human Resources person. Here's a quick summary of each of these state's insurance mandates.
  3. Flex accounts:  if your workplace or your spouse's workplace offers a Flex medical account, max it out.  This way, the out of pocket money spent on your treatments that come out of your Flex account will be pre-tax.
  4. Run OOP payments through rewards cards:  No matter how much coverage you might have (or none at all) put all of your out-of-pocket medical payments on a rewards credit card and then pay them off as soon as possible with cash.  One nice little perk of being able to charge your IVF treatments is that you can rack up credit card points like crazy.  From all of our IVF cycles, I was able to buy granite countertops for my kitchen with store gift cards that I got from our credit card points.
  5. Take the tax deduction:  buy a notebook, and glue a large ziplock bag to the back cover.  Write down every penny you spend on medical treatments, and keep all of your receipts in the bag.  At the end of the year, you might be able to deduct your medical expenses from your taxes, if they are a significant portion of your income.  Log all of your trips to the doctor, the labs, the pharmacies, and if you go somewhere else to get your injections.  The mileage is deductible as well.  If you need to stay in a hotel to be near a hospital over the course of your treatment, all of the hotel and traveling costs are deductible too.  Please note that this deduction will be drastically reduced under the Affordable Heath Care Act (aka Obamacare), so check with your accountant first.
  6. Drug company medicine scholarships:  Many big pharmaceutical companies offer fertility medicine scholarships to patients in need:  EMD Serono has a program called Compassionate Care  (866-538-7879) . If you and your spouse combined make less than $100,000/year, apply for the program.  Be prepared to show your tax returns and proof of American citizenship. They offer 3,000 IU of Gonal F (approximate value $2,800) plus cetrotide kits (each one $359) and some other expensive medications for free.  If you don't qualify for Compassionate Care, you can still get some of your EMD Serono meds at a substantial discount with their Go Card Program.  Your doctor should know about it, but if he/she doesn't, get information here. Another large drug company, Ferring Fertility, (maker of Menopur, Bravelle, Endometrin, Repronex and Novarel,) have a program called H.E.A.R.T.: by paying $10 for a one-year membership couples can save up to $1,800 on their Bravelle prescription and up to $300 on their Menopur prescription (both very expensive medications).
  7. Free Vivelle:  If your IVF protocol includes Vivelle patches, you can get a one-month supply (generally 8 patches) for free here
  8. Sign up for a clincal study:   IVF is one of the most heavily researched areas of medicine.  Sign up for an IVF study and you might get your entire cycle for free!  Keep in mind that you must fulfill certain age and medical condition requirements.  Find out about current studies by asking at your clinic and googling "IVF studies" (yes, it's that easy and obvious.  There are tons of studies going on).
  9. Infertility grants and scholarships:   there are a few private organizations out there that give away annual grants and scholarships to IVF couples including:  INCID, Pay It Forward, Angels of HopeBonei Olam, The Cade Foundation, Parenthood for Me, Fertile Hope, and others.
  10. Share resources through a support group:  Make sure you join an IVF support group.  Many of these support groups have anonymous message boards where tons of valuable information and resources are exchanged and offered.  I'm an Orthodox Jew, so I joined ATIME, which is a group that is sensitive to the special needs of my community. 
  11. Ask your clinic about spare medications:   IVF drugs can cost a small fortune.  Ask your clinic nurse if any of their other patients who are done with their cycle have donated their leftover medications.  My IVF nurse surprised me with several donated vials of one of my most expensive meds without my asking.  I could kick myself for not asking her first.  Please note that it is illegal to buy or otherwise attain drugs through non-medical facilities or persons.  Let me just say that you must make absolutely sure that all meds you use for your protocol are 1) properly stored (many require refrigeration), 2) are not expired, and 3) are unopened.  I would also not trust fertility meds obtained from other countries, as their drug safety standards might be different from ours. 
  12. Attain IVF Refund Program: This is a type of "insurance" available to patients who meet certain medical and age criteria.  When you join their program, you can receive up to a 70% refund if the IVF treatment is unsuccessful.  We did this and it enabled us to do multiple cycles.
  13. Research, research, research.  The best way to keep up with current ways to save money on fertility treatments is to be very proactive.  The internet is a fantastic resource for finding new ways to finance your treatment.  Before I started cycling, I spent hours online looking for new ways to finance my upcoming treatments.  Every day I discovered something new.  Keep looking, share information with other IVF couples, and keep asking your doctor and IVF nurse.
Good luck with your treatments, and G-d willing, may they be the answers to your prayers.

8/25/2012

$1 off two bags of Luden's cough drops

$1.00 off any two Luden's bags

Print your coupon for $1 off 2 bags of Luden's cough drops here.    There are $1 bags at Dollar General, so with this coupon, you can get two bags at half price for $0.50.

Purex UltraPacks Liquid Laundry Detergent Free & Clear, less than $0.08 per pack



UPDATE:  BOGO deal is gone and they are out of it online.   :(  That was fast.


I rarely shop at drugstore websites, because I usually do better in the actual stores.  This is a definite exception.

I've gotten a little addicted to pre-measured detergent packs.  They are a real time-saver and mess-avoider.  What I don't like is their price.  Purex (my favorite detergent, which work in both regular and High-Efficiency (HE) front-loading washers like mine) makes their Free & Clear liquid laundry detergent in UltraPacks that cost about $0.14 each when you buy a bag of 36-count for $4.97 at Walmart (excluding any shipping charges).  This is about the cheapest price I've seen for name brand HE detergent packs.  O

Walgreen's is running a special sale on their 18-packs of Purex Free and Clear detergent:  buy-1-get-1-free. Stack this with their 15% off promo code of FAMILY15 and buy enough to clear their $25 minimum shipping charge, and you can drop that price down to $0.08 per pack:
  1. Click here and add 20 of the Purex UltraPacks Liquid Laundry Detergent Free & Clear 18-packs to your cart.   They are on sale for 2-for-$5.99 with a buy-one-get-one-free deal, so your total is $29.95 (10 of the items will be free).
  2. Enter promo code FAMILY15 to drop that price by 15% ($4.49) to $25.46.
  3. The order is above $25 so the main shipping charge of $5.49 is waived, but since the order is over 10 lbs., Walgreens charges $0.49 for every pound over ten.  Shipping will be $1.76.
  4. Your grand total including shipping is $27.22 for the twenty 18-packs (360 packs) or $1.36 per item or less than $0.08 per pack shipped.  Excellent deal.
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