You can get a $10.00 credit to use by the end of tonight (11/25/11) if you use enjoy10.
I used my credit to purchase a book that is said to help improve self esteem (you can choose one for your child or for couples) you write down something that you "like" every day.

Following is a link if you are interested.

I use the everywhere button to find the most deals :)

Another nice thing about plum district is that if 3 people purchase the item, you get it for free - so anything you purchase, you should recommend it.

Get any piece of jewerly for $9.99 plus free shipping with the code BFRIDAY999  will take you to the site if you don't already have an account.

I will once again be heading to CVS (next week to score some more deals) Because...  Thanks to DSM we have a heads up as to what is coming - SO Yeah DSM!!


Get your coupons ready to do more shopping starting Sunday.

Lysol Healthy Touch System, $9.99
Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)
$3/1 Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System Starter Kit, exp. 12/6/11 (SS 11/06/11)
$1.99 ea. after coupon and ECBs!

Xtra 2 X Laundry Detergent (28 l9ads), $1.49
$1/2 Xtra Laundry Detergent, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/13/11 R)
$0.99 ea. wyb 2 after coupon!

Dawn Dish Liquid Detergent, $0.99*
$0.50/1 Dawn Product, exp. 11/30/11 (P&G 10/30/11)
$0.25/1 Dawn Product, exp. 12/31/11 (P&G 11/27/11)
As low as $0.49 ea. after coupon

Oral-B Cross Action Power Toothbrush (1 ct.) or Replacement Head (2 pk.), $4.99*
$3/1 Oral-B Battery Toothbrush, exp. 12/31/11 (P&G 11/27/11)
$1.99 ea. after coupon

*Included in Gift Card Promotion

Barbara from ClipperGirl's Saving Spot is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for CVS. At ClipperGirl's Saving Spot, she saves her readers time and money by finding rock bottom prices on items that they use every day.

Direct Link to DSM's website
25 total points!!

 10 Point Code for Pampers = FAC1124PPXD36XF
5 Point Code = HOLIDAYGIFT2011
10 Point Code = CABRANDSVRNOV11

Thanks goes to  !!!!
For all these codes!

I just found out about this site from another blogger!  Gotta love word of mouth!
They have Melissa and Doug toys for a decent price & when you add the $10 credit that they are offering it is an even better deal yet.

My link:

Thank you !!
$10.49 + Shipping
$13.99 + shipping
Homesav is offering an additional $5.00 off if you use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.
If you haven't already signed up if you use  this link: you will receive a $10 credit to be used towards your purchase.
So great time to sign up & have $15.00 to get you started with shopping.
The $5.00 credit is only valid today though
$15.00 Flower Bowl in Cherry
Check out No More Racks before the deals are gone!
I just ordered 3 e-coupons for $99 (each) off of glasses at Coastal Contacts.
(You should also receive a code to get FREE sunglasses!)
I'm sure you'll have to pay shipping, but that will still be cheaper than in the store & I've heard good reviews from this company.

There are also still many deals left for today (And Remember that they will switch at noon (central time) so be ready - those will go Quick also!!

What does a stay at home mom do when she has to spend part of Thanksgiving in the emergency room with her youngest, go home and entertain cool family members, and then listen to her eldest kick and scream about going to bed???  Well.... Take advantage of the stores being open 24 hours - that's what!!
I am so excited!
I walked into Walgreens - Spent $19.64 OOP got $20.49 back in Register Rewards!  So exciting!  I made a $1.00 on Black Friday!!!
Next I walked into CVS - Paid $2.09 OOP on my first transaction & $4.86 OOP on my 2nd transaction!!  &&& I walked out with $23.95 in ECBs!
One little thing that I've learned throughout my couponing (I can't remember who I learned it from, so I'm sorry that I can't tell you :(  but.. I learned that RR are Manufacture Coupons!!  You can use them at - Cub, CVS, oh heck - you can pretty much use them where ever you want to use them.  So, I used this knowledge tonight.  (Once I got home, I kinda poopoo'd myself for not re-investing at least once more, but you can't win at everything - so here is what I did.
1) Walgreen's:
I purchased most of the free items that were listed (I personally skip items we are not going to use), I used any MC that I could (2 Gillette coupons ($2.00 each), 1 Crest Coupon ($1.00), 1 Colgate Coupon ($1.00)  Paid $19.64 & got $20.49 back in RR (your total maybe different if you purchase different items).
Next I went to CVS.  I figured out what it would take to get to just over $20.49 and paid for that first.  I always try to purchase the "free" items first so that I have the most ECBs to work with.  My second transaction was a total of $31.55 and after using the ECBs from my first transaction I paid $4.86 OOP.  and received the $23.95 back in ECBs.
Some will use their rewards just at the store that they get them at, but not knowing when we will be going back to hospital I try to simpilfy things as much as I can.

I tried to get a couple of items at Target, but when I saw the line literally going up and down the isles (from the back of the store through the freezer/fridge section, through the H&B, through the Pets section and then finally up to the registers... I decided that the movie wasn't worth it & came home to blog about my fun times.
OH....  How I can't wait!
Yes, I am one of those crazy shoppers who can't wait to get on the road and go SHOPPING!!!!
On my list so far  - CVS!!!  I can't wait to get my hands on some of those deals.
The Centsable Coupon Lady did such a GREAT job with the list, there is no need for me to re-do it so here is her link :)
Have Fun!

I haven't had a chance to look at any other stores, but I usually hit:
Menards, Target, and Babies R Us -
If you know of any deals or sites that have them listed please let us know!!

Happy searching until then  (Oh yeah & Happy early Turkey Day!)