Sunday Funday ~ The FIRST Gas Point Deal Trip and $.48 2-liters!!

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I have been rocking and rolling all day (fireman’s breakfast, baseball practice, Scout ceremony) and barely had time to function but I still managed to hit Tops for a few deals today…  How about you?

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My highlight was scoring the use of this awesome BRIDGE for my Girl Scouts’ Bridging Ceremony coming up in May!  Thank you, thank you McCarthys for being talented, hard working friends – and  for the YUMMY sauce too!!!  *Don’t mind the disastrous garage – LOL!!

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So – I wanted the BONUS Gas Point Deals on the Bison Dip and the Pop… my store was already out of Bison Dip but I grabbed 10 of the “10” 2 liters and earned 400 BONUS Gas Points… 

The “10” Pops Deal looks like this:

Buy 5 pops @ $1.67 each = $8.34

Earn 200 BONUS Gas Points, Valued at $6

= $2.34 for all 5 or only $.48 for each!!   

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I also liked the looks of the large pork loins for only $1.99/lb  – for less than $17, this one will make 3 really nice meals (roast, pulled pork  and chops) with leftovers!  Anyone else buy these loins?  What do you make??

Finally – more soft shell tortilla’s, still marked $1.99 with a $1 peelie right on them, apples for the kiddos and Oreo’s while they are on sale for $2.50…  Also grabbed 3 papers so I could have 3 of the Lysol coupons to use over at Rite-aid. 

A quick 10 minute shopping stop, no coupon craziness (YET), I spent $52 but still earned over 500 Gas Points (valued at $15 in FREE gas)… see, ANYONE can do this!!

Click HERE to review the BONUS Gas Point Deals for this week ~

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I then ran into Rite-aid for the Lysol deals I posted about HERE, but they did not have enough… so I was looking around and found a 75% tag on these Glad Garbage Bags…  78 CT. for $2.58!!  You better believe I grabbed all 3 on the shelf!

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Then I came home to this… LOL – I guess he had a LONG day too!!  Look how that kid sleeps – hahaha

What are your shopping plans this week?  Tomorrow is Rite-aid and CVS… Stay tuned!!

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Posted on April 14, 2013, in Deals, Rite-Aid, TOPS, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Thanks Michelle. I may break down and get some soda for DH for the summer if they have diet. I need free gas. I buy those pork loins frequently. Usually Save a Lot has them at this price and they have been Smithfields. If I had room in the freezer I would buy one today, but I don’t. With only 2 of us, I divide them into 4 pieces. I roast a couple. Use one for pulled pork and largely dice up the other one for stir fries or other casseroles.

  2. LOL – with 5 of us and since the children apparently aren’t going to STOP growing (or eating) I may have to decrease my cut to only 2 on the pork loin… I went from 4 meals to 3 and now there isn’t any left over – Good thing its a great deal – right??!!

  3. LOL! Those pesky kids just eat too much. I remember when I had two growing boys. I had to put a red dot on anything in the fridge that I didn’t want them to touch after school. Otherwise they would eat my dinner for a snack.

  4. The 1st RA the glad bags were only 25% off, I priced checked them to be sure. 😦 I stopped at 2 more and nada.

    • Too bad Lea Ann… that was a killer deal!! I also saw the TP deal floating around too and stopped to price check… Took one of the four on the shelf to register to price check and as i turned to go get the other three, the lady in line behind me had them in her cart…. aghhhhhhhh Never leave the goods on the shelf – aghhhhhh!!!!!!

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