Thursday, June 6, 2013

FREE 1290 MG Omega 3 Fish Oil Pills

You should be taking Omega 3 fish oil (or flax seed oil) pills for your heart health. Problem is that these pills can be a bit pricey. If you want a bottle of 60 1290 MG fish oil pills the regular price runs between $10.49 and  $12.99 per bottle. However, this week the sales price at Walgreens for the Sundown 1290 MG fish oil pills is only $7. But wait...THERE'S MORE!!!

When you buy one of these Sundowns you get a Register Rewards printout for another $7. Normally if you use that register rewards on another Sundown, you won't get another $7 RR printout. However, The Coupon Whisperer learned through a tipster that you will get those printouts even if you pay for a Sundown with a register rewards. As you can see in this VIDEO, The Coupon Whisperer quickly scored three FREE Sundown bottles strictly by paying with Register Rewards. No money changed hands. 

The first bottle paid with a $7 Register Rewards generated yet another $7 RR which was used to pay for the third bottle which printed out yet another RR. You can get as many of these Sundown Omega 3 fish oil pills as you want while the supply lasts. BTW, in the video, The Coupon Whisperer made an unusual mistake normally reserved for ordinary mortals. He said that the three bottles would last him 6 months. Actually, since the recommended dosage is 2 pills per day, it is about a 3 month supply but not to worry, later yesterday, The Coupon Whisperer picked up many more FREE bottles. Since these pills have expiration dates of 2015 and 2016 so stock up now and save yourself a hundred or even a couple hundred bucks worth in fish oil pills.

The FIRST bottle you get you will need to pay cash but if you use the $2 Sundown coupon available right there in Walgreens on page 51 of their Answers Vitamins & Supplements booklet you will pay $5. After that it is all FREE!!!

p.s. Look carefully on the bottles because many of them have a bonus number so the total amount will actually be 72, not 60, pills. Happy Hunting!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Couponing In The Age Of Obama

No specific couponing tips in this edition. Just a philosophical look at the art of couponing and why it is now an absolute necessity in the Age Of Obama and Big Government attempts to further separate you from your money. As many of you who previously pooh-poohed couponing are now finding out due to paycheck sticker shock, The Bamster has now reduced your monthly take-home pay by anywhere to at least $50 to $100 per month and the socialists now want to take even MORE. So how to fight back?

My answer is to make even greater use of couponing. The best way is to stockpile items you need and think of it as a way to counteract the government grabbing your paycheck money. Let me give you an example. This past week Publix had a great deal where you could get Colgate 6.4 oz toothpaste for FREE. The tubes are normally $2.69 each so if you picked up 20 tubes using coupons which might be what your family uses for a year, you saved yourself over 50 bucks or what the government might now be additionally taking out of your monthly paycheck. Repeat this process for other items you use such as body wash, frozen breakfasts, cleaning materials, etc. and you can stay financially ahead of what Obama and his socialist allies are trying to steal from you.

In the weeks and months ahead, The Coupon Whisperer will attempt to keep you a step or two ahead of the government robbers. What they try to steal from you can be saved by using coupons. Okay, I said I wouldn't get into specifics in this edition on using coupons? I lied. Before I go, I leave you with this tip on how to get Jimmy Dean Delights Sandwiches and/or Chicken Biscuits for just 65 cents each starting this week at Publix:

Jimmy Dean Delights Sandwiches or Chicken Biscuits are $6.29 Buy One Get One FREE. Use the $2 coupon in the 1/6 Red Plum insert to get the total price down to $2.29 for two. Then buy 10 of these and use the $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupon (accepted by Publix if W/D in your area) and your total price will be $6.45 for all ten or about 65 cents each. If you like these Jimmy Dean breakfasts that means you will be getting about a 90% discount.

Remember, if you don't have the coupons listed, you can always buy them on eBay.