News to me – maybe not to you… XS Cargo now has grocery items instore. Check out these awesome deals: I also spotted these good deals on J&J baby products…
Flyer “sneak peeks” are coming soon….
We LOVE attending this great show every year AND it’s a great place to pick up some unique coupons and samples. The next show is April 20 and 21, 2013. They’re offering a $2 discount if you order your tickets soon from their website. Check it out here!
Lots of good snack items leading up to the Super Bowl! Don’t miss out! To learn more about Checkout 51 – click here. **************************** Delissio pizza, any variety, excludes garlic breads Cash back: $1.50 Tostitos Salsa, any size, excludes dips and Salsa Con Queso Cash back: $1.00 Popchips, 85 g [...]
Couples want to celebrate in style on Valentine’s Day, but the budget might be looking bleak. Before you settle for a 99-cent card, take a look at some creative ways to love your sweetie without souring the dough. Luxury doesn’t necessarily mean expensive. The traditional Valentine’s Day gifts are jewelry, gourmet food or sweets, and gifts of [...]
With temperatures reaching the minus 40′s and beyond with windchill today in Alberta, I thought this would something we can all relate to today. Stay warm and be safe!!
Here’s an early peek at what you’ll find in this weekend’s (Feb 2 & 3) Red Plum. These will be appearing in your flyers this week OR in the weekend papers. Thanks to the amazing team over at Alberta [...]
Shopper’s Drug Mart has a contest running right now with some great prizes to be won. The contest runs until February 18th Check it out here. Good luck!
London Drugs stores in Calgary are selling the 18 packs of Finish Powerball dishwasher tabs for $3.99 right now. Use the $4.00 Smart Source insert coupon from few months back (Exp. Feb. 28/13) making them FREE! Thanks to our fan, Laura Leins, for this [...]
On February 4, 2013 you won’t see stores, gas stations, coffee shops and restaurants giving out pennies anymore ~ why you ask? “They are worth almost nothing, they are cumbersome and they cost the government at least $130-million per year to keep in circulation”. (National Post, March 2012). Will I seem old-fashioned if I say [...]