wise up.

8 11 2009

cvs failcvs. i feel like we’ve talked about this several times already, but i haven’t seen much of a change from you. you used to know what i liked, and made sure that my needs were taken care of every week… but another week goes by, and it just seems like you’re not trying!  christmas candy? disgraceful knock-off electronics? thankfully, you threw me a couple of tiny crumbs… otherwise you’d really be dead to me:

1. i missed this deal last week at shaw’s, and was a little bummed. arm & hammer laundry soap (my brand!) is on bogo this week. not sure how much it costs, but i do have a couple of $1/2  from the 10/11 smartsource that could come in handy.

2. cvs brand omeprazole @ $17.99 (need to nurse that glass stomach). buy a 28-pack- get a 14- pack for free. not really an amazing deal, but a girl needs to stock up.

3. crest pro health is on sale 2/$6.98 with $4 extrabucks right back at you. if you happened to get 2 p&g bransavers last week, use 2 $1/1 crest coupons and get 2 for $.98. passable if you use this $5/$20, or the slightly less cool $5/$30

4. and i might also get that totally adorable cvs toy truck for $1.50. toys are fun.

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8 11 2009
l weaver

Do your drugstores, like Walmart or Walgreens, offer the $4 for 1 month or $10 for three months for generic Prilosec? I had two doctors prescribe this for me but I just had a food allergy, so I have a bunch of them! I have been told they are the same as over-the -counter kind but since I did not take them that long I am not sure. Of course, if you have to factor in a doctor bill it can be way more expensive!

10 11 2009
bessmarvin

brilliant idea, but sadly, they don’t carry omeprazole… which is what i need to sustain life. usually i can get a month for around $10 at cvs or rite aid (depending on who’s got the lowest prices), which isn’t too bad. i’ve just got to keep on chasing those deals!

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