Want free stuff? Part 23
More free stuff to distract you from the fact that we’re too damn busy to update :(
- Free pin and/or sticker
- Free wood finish
- Free sticker (in upper right corner)
- Free tissues (Sam’s Club membership required or enter 9 random numbers)
Check back often to find more free stuff. Reblog to help spread freebie goodness to everyone! Follow…cuz we’re awesome. I think that covers it all.
Is it just us or does brushing your teeth with a free toothbrush and toothpaste combo that would have normally set you back almost $10, just feel better?
Want free stuff? Part 22
Ugh, college is a total drain of time! Sorry for the complete lack of updates. We will definitely try to put some out this week. To make up for the nothingness, here’s some free shizzz!
- Free pain relieving gel
- Free pantiliners (need Costco membership)
- Free hair smoothing cream
- Free pads (need Sam’s Club membership)
- Free bumper sticker
- Another free bumper sticker
- Free skiing magazine subscription
- Free sticker pack
- Free energy drink
- Free baseball magazine
- And another free bumper sticker
Please help share the freebies by reblogging our post!
What free stuff did you request?
Has anyone had any success emailing companies and asking them for free samples or coupons?
Scoping out some awesome deals
Store: Rite Aid
What we got:
- 1 bottle of Full size Scope mouthwash + 1 sample size Scope mouthwash — Normally $4.79; on sale for $4.00; we used a $1.50 off coupon; final price $2.50
- 1 Oral-B Complete Action toothbrush — Normally $7.99; on sale for $5.99; we used a $3.00 of coupon; final price $2.99
- 2 bottles of Dove Shampoo/Conditioner — Normally $4.99 ea; on sale for $3.50 ea; we used a BOGO MFR coupon and a $2 off Rite Aid coupon; final price $1.50 for both
- 1 tube of Crest Complete toothpaste — Normally $3.99; on sale for $2.59; we used a $1 off coupon; final price $1.59
- 2 travel size tubes of John Frieda full repaid — Normally $1.49 ea; final price $1.49 ea
Note: We used $10.19 in +up rewards to lower our cost, but we got the following +up rewards back: $2.50 in +up rewards from the Scope mouthwash and $5.00 in +up rewards for the John Frieda tubes. In addition, we got $2.99 back in a rebate from the toothbrush and $1.60 back in a rebate from the toothpaste.
Extra Note: Rite Aid really messed up with their John Frieda deal. They had an offer where you got $5 +up rewards when you buy any two bottles of John Frieda product. This deal also applied to their travel size John Frieda products which only cost $1.49 ea, giving a big overage when you buy 2. The first Rite Aid we went to had a clear sign on the travel size bottles telling of the deal. However, they were out of the product so we asked for a rain check and the manager was so stunned by the deal, she took down the tags from the rack and only wrote us a rain check after some stern words from us. We then went to a second Rite Aid and it had the John Frieda travel size tubes in stock but the +up rewards didn’t print. When we told them we were missing our +up rewards, they didn’t believe us. Once again, we showed them the sign and the manager was flabbergasted by the deal and took it down and hesitantly scribbled a note that we should receive $5 off our next purchase (since their stupid system doesn’t allow +up rewards to be printed manually). In conclusion: Rite Aid managers aren’t aware of the deals the store has going and don’t hesitate to rip off deal stickers for their own benefit. Always come to the store knowing their policy and with an ad in hand!
Cost before any deals: $29.73
Paid @ register: $1.37
Rebates/Extra Rewards: $12.09
Final cost: $-10.72
That’s 136% savings!
Targeting the tiny tubes of toothpaste
What we got:
- 2 travel size tubes of Colgate Optic White — Normally $0.99 ea; we used 2 $1.00 off coupons; final price FREE
Cost before any deals: $1.98
Paid @ register: $0.00
Rebates/Extra Rewards: $0.00
Final cost: $0.00
That’s 100% savings!
It’s the weekend!
Hey! It’s finally the weekend and therefore the perfect time to rent a movie! But, as you know, The College Couponers don’t like paying for nothin’! And, you might also know that we love sharing…so here are some free Blockbuster express codes that should be good all weekend long!
If you have any problems with any of the codes, let us know. Also, tell us what movies you’re going to be watching this weekend and reblog to spread the joy of free shizz.
Nice free samples!
Whenever we order free samples, we usually expect to receive some kind of single-use item. That’s why when we receive awesome multi-use freebies, we get super excited and make a post about them!
Next time you see us, we’ll be rockin’ our Swiffer 360 Duster and smelling good, too!
Getting our recommended dose of fruit from our body wash
Store: Rite Aid
What we got:
- 3 bottles of Softsoap body wash — Normally $4.99 ea; on sale for $2.99 ea; we used 3 $0.75 off coupons; final price $2.24 ea
- 1 box of Theraflu Severe Cold — Normally $6.49; on sale for $5.00; we used a $2 off MFR coupon and a $2 off Rite Aid coupon; final price $1.00
Note: We used $7.69 in +up rewards to lower the cost. We did get back $6 +up rewards from the 3 body washes, though.
Cost before any deals: $21.46
Paid @ register: $0.03
Rebates/Extra Rewards: $6.00
Final cost: -$5.97
That’s 128% savings!