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    Quote Originally Posted by rachel1496 View Post

    $210 Redemption
    Gilette razors 5.99
    Pull Ups *4 23.98
    Crystal Light * 2 5
    Bread *4 10
    Toilet bowl cleaner 3.99
    Gummies *2 13.98
    Coffee 4.49
    Toothpaste *4 3.96
    Dishwasher Soap *2 9.96
    Juice boxes *6 15
    Chicken *2 4.98
    Dish Soap *4 11.96
    Lysol wipes *4 11.96
    Milk * 2 8.58
    Paper Towel 4.99
    Cat Litter 8.99
    Cheese *2 9.98
    Chicken nuggets *2 11.98
    Cream 1.99
    Five Alive * 6 5.94
    Cat Food 8.99
    Granola bars *6 11.94
    Bacon 3.49
    Tuna *4 3.96
    Grill 'Ems *2 6.98
    Peanut Butter 4.49
    Aspirin 5.99
    Rice Cups *2 5.98

    $70 Redemption
    Fabric softener *2 11.98
    Life Laundry soap *6 20.94
    Toilet Paper *3 14.97
    Creamer 3.99
    Eggs 2.39
    Batteries 10.99
    Rice 2.99
    Eggnog *2 3.98

    I think this is the final list. There are a few things I'm not 100% sure of the price on so I estimated high. After tax, points and coupons my OOP should be about $26
    Maybe I'm not calculating correctly but isn't tax $27 on a $210 redemption?
    Great list!

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    None of the food is taxable. I estimated 13% on the taxable stuff because I can't remember what has HST and what is GST only. Tax on that order should be about $15.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rachel1496 View Post
    None of the food is taxable. I estimated 13% on the taxable stuff because I can't remember what has HST and what is GST only. Tax on that order should be about $15.
    Awesome thanks I was over estimating then!

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    Here's what I got!! I went to one of those stores that does redemptions on Fridays because they're closed on the weekend. No food at this store except for chips and the like

    1x water 0.99
    1x cheapo watch I've been eyeing $14.99 (doesn't go on sale)
    1x spray tan $11.89 (scanned on sale. Pleasant surprise)
    1x Dry Shampoo $9.49 (rarely goes on sale)
    1x Salsa $2.99 (ran out)
    2x Halo 4 Xbox $49.99 (all the other stores are selling for $59)
    1x Biotherm cream $66 (doesn't go on sale)
    1x Aerius $26.99 - $5 coupon
    1x Twizzlers $2.99

    Used $10 off from unlock your deal. OOP $41.51

    Very happy with this. Although the Aerius was $7 more than I would normally pay, I managed to get $30 more out of my redemption by using the extra $10 off and by getting Halo today. Tomorrow it goes back up to $59.99.
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    Quote Originally Posted by torontogal12 View Post
    Here's what I got!! I went to one of those stores that does redemptions on Fridays because they're closed on the weekend. No food at this store except for chips and the like

    1x water 0.99
    1x cheapo watch I've been eyeing $14.99 (doesn't go on sale)
    1x spray tan $11.89 (scanned on sale. Pleasant surprise)
    1x Dry Shampoo $9.49 (rarely goes on sale)
    1x Salsa $2.99 (ran out)
    2x Halo 4 Xbox $49.99 (all the other stores are selling for $59)
    1x Biotherm cream $66 (doesn't go on sale)
    1x Aerius $26.99 - $5 coupon
    1x Twizzlers $2.99

    Used $10 off from unlock your deal. OOP $41.51

    Very happy with this. Although the Aerius was $7 more than I would normally pay, I managed to get $30 more out of my redemption by using the extra $10 off and by getting Halo today. Tomorrow it goes back up to $59.99.

    Nice job! I got DH's Halo for $49.99 last weekend as well. Glad I did as the stores around me are now sold out of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleBunny89 View Post
    On the second redemption you have non-smelly deodorant listed twice. Also, for the crackers, is the price a guess or did you check in store? Just wondering because if that is the actual price I'm going to have to get some!
    Thanks..when I double checked my list/coupons today, I noticed that I had listed it twice.

    As for the crackers, that was the price in the store. DH and I went 'shopping' with pen and paper earlier in the week. Got stopped numerous times in the store LOL...but got the 'real' prices, not the sale prices.
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    I think i finally have my list! Yeesh - too many times looking it over.... But I'm at around $228 - with almost $30 in coupon savings! (if they have most of the stuff i need in stock) and i have a $10 card from this past week i can use - $218!! Woop!! Even scouted my SDM and they put aside some cosmetics i need!!! WOOHOO!! :D So excited for tomorrow morning Good luck shopping everyone!
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    so far heres my list....

    Sat
    1st redemption
    Rimmel mascara $5.99 (1000bp)
    world of polo perfume $55.00 (6000bp)
    cetaphil liquid soap $16.00 - $3 coupon x 3 = $39
    clean and clear body wash (? price - $2 coupon
    disney ihome ipod dock (? price)
    baby toothbrush
    blistex lip balm
    vaseline petroleum jelly $3.99 x 2
    (if its not enough for 210 then i might buy some groceceries like eggs, milk, butter)

    2nd redemption
    call of duty ps3 game $60 x 2 = $120
    rimmel mascara $5.99 (1000bp)
    perfume gifts $20 x 2 = $40
    oatmeal crisp 3/$10 x 2
    grill ems $3.49 - $1 coupon x 3
    everyday market tuna .99 x 20
    total $215

    If i will be in a great (should be great ) mood i might do another 2 on sunday

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    ^ This is why I bought the Kobo, too. Once I heard about that, it was no question I was getting a Kobo. I read a LOT of novel (like average one daily) and have only purchased 5 eBooks (on sale AND with cashback via eBates) since I got it last year. I borrow all of mine from the library so I figure my $85 investment was well worth it!

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    2
    Milk
    $4.49 each$8.98

    2
    eggs
    $2.59 each$5.18

    6
    cheese
    $5.49 each$32.94

    1
    kraft singles
    $4.99 each$4.99

    2
    coffee
    $7.99 each$15.98

    1
    chicken strips
    $6.99 each$6.99

    4
    frozen veggie
    $2.49 each$9.96

    2
    butter
    $3.59 each$7.18

    4
    peanut butter
    $3.99 each$15.96

    1
    parmesan
    $5.99 each$5.99

    2
    pickles
    $2.99 each$5.98

    1
    Coupon for pickles
    $1.50 each, when you buy 2$-1.50

    4
    cereal
    $2.49 each$9.96

    1
    marshmallow
    $0.99 each$0.99

    1
    coconut
    $1.99 each$1.99

    1
    chocolate chips
    $1.99 each$1.99

    3
    febreeze
    $2.99 each ($3.38 inc. tax)*$10.14

    1
    Coupon for febreeze
    $5.00 each, when you buy 3$-5.00

    1
    melatonin
    $7.99 each ($9.03 inc. tax)*$9.03

    1
    tylenol
    $6.99 each$6.99

    2
    Juicy Jumbos
    $3.49 each$6.98

    1
    Coupon for Juicy Jumbos
    $1.00 each, when you buy 2$-1.00

    1
    oil
    $5.99 each$5.99

    4
    Diapers
    $5.99 each ($6.77 inc. tax)*$27.07

    1
    simply burgers
    $6.99 each$6.99

    3
    Cereal
    $3.33 each$9.99
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    I had enough points to do 2 redemptions with my shopping list. Not like I wanted to hold up the line but 1 out of 5 items I had was a bit cheaper than the shelf price. Keep going back to get "more". I am not complaining getting "more" but accurate marked price will help both the cashier & me.

    I arrived at the 24 hours around 11:30pm (Nov 30), cashier told me I don't have to wait past 12am to redeem.

    1 redemption - PSVita $229 (YMMV cause the flyer shown $249).
    2 redemption - 3 pairs of folding reading glass (2 x $29.99, $32.99) then all grocery items. Again 5/6 items are cheaper than marked/listed, at the end I have to go back getting another $20 stuffs. Thought I had enough, 1 of the item is cheaper than marked. Cashier told me I can still get 12 cents worth, I told her I am not going back & hold up the line any longer.
    Last edited by emmafb; Sat, Dec 1st, 2012 at 01:39 AM.

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    Got mine done at 1:45 am. I ended up changing a few things on the list as I found other things I wanted more but my $210 and $70 redemptions cost me $27 OOP and I gifted $25 worth of stuff to my mom for keeping me company while I shopped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    I don't *think* there is, didn't know there was even such a thing.
    Hmm, maybe not in your area, but some SCers have them in their neighborhood. I do - and I did my shop today. One of the benefits is being able to shop from both this week's and next week's flyer (except fot he 2 days specials)

    Maybe ask at your store - you might get a nice surprise.

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    Last edited by Silk; Sat, Dec 1st, 2012 at 04:58 AM.
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