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I've been sick so didn't get a chance to go shopping until now - which I'm still sick, but the sale was ending!

Wasn't a major purchase, but lots of savings!

Target -

2 12 packs of MEGA rolls Ultra Strong Charmin on sale for $1.90 off each + coupons ($1 off 2 manu and $1 off 2 target) + $5 gift card free when you buy 2

3 Covergirl eyeshadows on sale for .17 off each + coupons ($2.50 off 2 and $1 off 1 manu and $1 off 2 and $1 1 target) + $5 gift card free when you buy 3 (total comes to $3.44 for all 3 - so after gift card you 'earn' $1.56)

Cascade Trial Pack + coupon (.75 off 1)

Before sale and coupons = $42.41
After sales and coupons AND 5% off with Target card = $26.97 + $10 gift cards and a free fountain pop check out coupon (which I got a Dr. Pepper with!)

So after gift cards and what not - a savings of 60% and a free pop (didn't include that since who knows how much it would have been)...

Basically - needed toilet paper, which our preferred brand is never a great sale other than the $5 gift card deal, and picked up the eye shadow since it was a moneymaker and the Cascade is AWESOME, especially for 25 cents)

As for Cascade - a 26 pack is $6.99 (0.268 each) and a trial pack is $0.97 (0.323 each)
Had a 75 cent coupon off any size... making the trial pack $0.22 (0.073 each). I have yet to find a good enough deal to buy a larger size.


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