Money-Saving Bargains from October 20th, 2010...

If you’re in need of batteries (time to start stocking up for the holidays!?), Amazon currently has these 20-pack Duracell Coppertop AA Batteries marked down to only $9.99 (down from $17.99).  If you’re a current member of Amazon Mom (it’s FREE!) you’ll get FREE 1-2 day shipping through Amazon Prime!  And if you choose Subscribe & Save (no obligation!), you’ll save an additional 15% off, bringing your total down to only $8.49 shipped!!  If you don’t want to keep the subscription, you can cancel immediately after ordering by going to your account under “Manage Subscriptions” with NO penalty!  This deal will be even sweeter if you have an Amazon gift cards from searching through Swagbucks!

**You can also order the 28-pack of AA batteries for the same price (or very slightly cheaper) per battery!  Just click on the “28″ box underneath the Unit Count to change the amount.

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 11:47 pm ADD COMMENTS

Hurry on over to the Swagbucks Facebook Wall and follow the instructions to earn 8 points until 6:15 CST!  If you can’t find the video, just search for it on Swagbucks and watch it on YouTube.


If you’re not yet a member of Swagbucks, go HERE to sign up and enter the code SBTVisOnTheAir in the code box through 10/22 to get an additional 30 points (so you’ll start off with a total of 60 points)…just for signing up!

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 10:55 pm ADD COMMENTS

Currently, Best Deal Magazines is offering a 1-year (10 issues) subscription to Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food Magazine for only $4.58 when you enter the coupon code PXCJ1024 at checkout!

This would be a great magazine to snag up for some great Christmas recipes…yummy!  Also, this magazine subscription would make a great gift or stocking stuffer!  And for under $5…well, that’s a GREAT price for a gift!

(Thanks, Mojo Savings!)

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 10:44 pm ADD COMMENTS
Paid $1.73 OOP and will get back $2.99 for Bufferin Rebate!

Here’s how my Walgreens shopping trip turned out!  I decided to pass on buying the Mucinex Nasal Spray since we just didn’t need it and I would have had to pay more out of pocket for it than I wanted.  And we also did NOT get the $3/1 Nivea Men’s body wash coupon in our paper NOR the Ricola coupon, so I couldn’t do those deals…bummer!  Good thing I have about 35 bottles of body wash and 25 bags of cough drops at this moment.  Anyway, here’s what I did end up snagging!  I walked in with $8.50 in RR’s and walked out with $4.60 in RR’s and I’ll get back $2.99 for the Bufferin Rebate!

  • 2 Capri Sun Juice Boxes, $2 each
    • Used (1) $1/2 Capri Sun coupon from the September issue of Parenting the Early Years Magazine
    • Then used (1) $1/2 Capri Sun Walgreens coupon from the October Coupon booklet
      • Final Cost = $1 each!
  • 2 Kashi GoLean Crunch Cereals, 2 for $5 = $2 RR
    • Used (2) $1/1 any Kashi Cereal coupons found at Target a few months ago
    • Paid $3, but got back $2 RR
      • Final Cost = $.50 each!
  • 6 Coffee-Mate Creamers, Buy 1 at $2.69 Get 1 Free (Since these ALL rang up at odd and different prices, I decided to do the following scenario to avoid beepage and it worked fine…NO beeps!)
    • Used (4) $1.50/1 Coffee-Mate creamer coupons
    • Used (2) $1/1 Coffee-Mate creamer coupons from the Safeway $70 Savings Coupon booklet
      • Final Cost = $.07 for all 6…and no beeps!
  • 1 Bufferin Low Dose Aspirin, $5.99
    • Used (1) $3/1 Bufferin coupon from the 10/17 SS insert
    • Used (1) $3/1 Bufferin Walgreens coupon from the October Coupon booklet
      • Final Cost = FREE + I’ll submit receipt for a $2.99 rebate found in the 10/17 SS insert!
  • 1 Blistex Lip Ointment, $2.59 = $2.60 RR
    • Paid $2.59, but got back $2.60 in RR’s
      • Final Cost = FREE after RR!
  • 1 Geisha Mushrooms, $.50 with in-ad coupon
      • Final Cost = $.50!
  • 1 Macaroni and Cheese box, $.69 with in-ad coupon
      • Final Cost = $.69!
  • 2 Hershey’s Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, $.49 with in-ad coupon (my last 2 RR’s beeped because my of the tax (?) so I quickly grabbed these 2 items at the register)
      • Final Cost = $.98 for both!

Total Cost = Paid $1.73 OOP!  I walked in with $8.50 in RR’s and walked out with $4.60 in RR’s, but I’ll also get back $2.99 for the Bufferin Rebate! 

My OOP cost would have been less, but my last 2 RR’s beeped because of my tax (even though I had enough items per mfg. coupons), so I had to randomly grab a couple candy bars at the register.  Overall, not too shabby…it will be like I paid a total of $2.64 total for everything after I take into consideration the rebate and the amount of RR’s that I did not “roll” over.

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 10:34 pm ADD COMMENTS

Do you enjoy expressing your opinions through surveys?  If so, you may be interested in signing up for Valued Opinions!  I honestly had not heard of them until recently and decided to sign up since I love getting paid to complete surveys, even if it’s through rewards!  Through Valued Opinions, you’ll be able to earn between $2 and $5 for every survey you complete and up to $50 for specialist surveys!  You’ll receive “virtual money” after completing a survey that you’ll be able to redeem for gift cards and prizes once your account reaches $20!

Just for signing up (it’s FREE!), you’ll also be entered into their sweepstakes to win an Apple iPad!  Go HERE to sign up!

**After signing up, you must click on the Activation link sent to your email in order to activate your account.  After I activated my account, I also had a Survey waiting for me to take…worth $1!  It only took me a few minutes to complete!  Easy!

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 9:48 pm ADD COMMENTS

Wow!  I just received Heartland America’s Christmas Catalog in the mail and noticed that they are offering $10 off any order when you use the promo code JCR4-7931 at checkout + FREE shipping on any order site-wide!  And you’ll get an additional 6% cash back when you purchase through ShopatHome!

I just purchased these Men’s Hi-Tec Crosswind Shoes (only available in size 10.5) for my hubby for only $12.98 shipped!   They’re currently on sale for $19.99 (down from $75!) and when you enter the promo code, it will bring your total to only $9.99.  You will have to pay a $2.99 processing fee, but that still only brought my total to $12.98 for these shoes shipped straight to my house!  The cheapest I could find these shoes elsewhere was for $59.90 from BuyandWalk.com!  And I’ll also get 6% cash back for going through ShopatHome!

There are quite a few other things marked down to $19.99, so go HERE and look around!  But hurry, as it seems that items are selling out FAST!

P.S. – Heartland America also has a referral program, so when you refer a friend and they make their first purchase, you get a $10 credit…and they automatically get one when they sign up!  You can sign up to get $10 HERE (and yes, I’ll also get $10 when you make your first purchase)…and then you can refer your friends to get another $10!

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 9:25 pm 2 COMMENTS

If you’re in need of batteries (time to start stocking up for the holidays!?), Amazon currently has these 20-pack Duracell Coppertop AA Batteries marked down to only $9.99 (down from $17.99).  If you’re a current member of Amazon Mom (it’s FREE!) you’ll get FREE 1-2 day shipping through Amazon Prime!  And if you choose Subscribe & Save (no obligation!), you’ll save an additional 15% off, bringing your total down to only $8.49 shipped!!  If you don’t want to keep the subscription, you can cancel immediately after ordering by going to your account under “Manage Subscriptions” with NO penalty!  This deal will be even sweeter if you have an Amazon gift cards from searching through Swagbucks!

**You can also order the 28-pack of AA batteries for the same price (or very slightly cheaper) per battery!  Just click on the “28″ box underneath the Unit Count to change the amount.

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 5:47 pm ADD COMMENTS

If you have a Build-a-Bear fan in your house, you may want to snatch up a few of these adorable Candy Corn bears for Halloween!  While supplies last, Build-a-Bear is offering this cute 16″ Candy Corn Teddy for only $12 (down from $16!)!  You’ll be able to personalize and name your bear, as well as add clothing and accessories at an additional cost.  Keep in mind that shipping starts at $5.95 or is FREE with $50 orders when you enter the code 95310 at checkout.  Or, you can also use the coupon code 95309 to get $10 off any $50 order purchase!

You can also find this Glow-in-the-Dark Boorific Ghost doll marked down to only $5 in the Sale Den Section, so only $10.95 shipped (without personalization)!  Sooo cute!  Be sure to click on the “Sale Den” tab at top to browse through all their sale items!

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 5:01 pm ADD COMMENTS

Hurry on over to the Swagbucks Facebook Wall and follow the instructions to earn 8 points until 6:15 CST!  If you can’t find the video, just search for it on Swagbucks and watch it on YouTube.


If you’re not yet a member of Swagbucks, go HERE to sign up and enter the code SBTVisOnTheAir in the code box through 10/22 to get an additional 30 points (so you’ll start off with a total of 60 points)…just for signing up!

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 4:55 pm ADD COMMENTS

Currently, Best Deal Magazines is offering a 1-year (10 issues) subscription to Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food Magazine for only $4.58 when you enter the coupon code PXCJ1024 at checkout!

This would be a great magazine to snag up for some great Christmas recipes…yummy!  Also, this magazine subscription would make a great gift or stocking stuffer!  And for under $5…well, that’s a GREAT price for a gift!

(Thanks, Mojo Savings!)

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Posted by Hooked on Bargains On October 20, 2010 4:44 pm ADD COMMENTS

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