$10 Monster High Dance the Fright Away Dolls

Amazon currently offers select Monster High Dance the Fright Away Dolls on sale for 50% off!

Plus, free one-day shipping if you’re a prime member. If not, you’ll get free shipping when you spend $35+. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial of prime membership here. I love that you can easily cancel your membership via the accounts settings; no need to call.

OMG! These dolls are sooo freakin’ cute. These are perfect to add to your gifts closet; gotta start on that Christmas list.

HURRY! Amazon changes prices without notice ALL.THE.TIME.

Mac Good Luck Trolls Collection 60% Off!

Macys.com currently has Mac Good Luck Trolls collection on clearance for 60% off PLUS free shipping.  You can use/earn Plenti Points since it’s Macy’s! Join here if you haven’t – link!

Go here view all products included in the sale.

MAC Good Luck DreamWorks Trolls Eyeshadow $6.80 (reg. $17)

MAC Good Luck DreamWorks Trolls Lipstick $7.20 (reg. $18)

MAC Good Luck DreamWorks Trolls Beauty Powder $11.20 (reg. $28)

MAC Good Luck DreamWorks Trolls Duo-Fiber Face Brush ($17 (reg. $43)

Also nordstrom.com have these on sale for 60% off as well PLUS free shipping and earn rewards. Go here to join their rewards program for free, if you haven’t. Here’s a bonus: new sign ups will get a free $10 so spend during November 26-December 24!


CVS Deals Week 10/16 – 10/22

Always check your local CVS weekly ad because some sales vary by region. These are located by the store entrance or here.


Buy ANY Physicians Formula item $13.99
Pay out of pocket $13.99
Get back $10 extrabucks (for buying $14, limit 1)
Like paying $3.99 each!
SCAN your CVS card at the red machine. Use the $4 Physicians Formula CVS coupon if you got one last week.

Buy Maybelline The Falsies Push Up Angel Mascara $9.49
Buy Maybelline single eye shadow  $4.49
Total $13.98
Use (1) $3 Maybelline New York The Falsies Push Up Angel Mascara from Red Plum 10/2
Use (1) $1  Maybelline New York Shadow or Liner from Red Plum 10/2
Pay out pocket $9.98
Get back $5 extrabucks (for buying (2) Maybelline products, limit 1)
Like paying $4.98 for both!
Here are other available Maybelline coupons:
$2/1 Maybelline SuperStay Better Skin products (RP 10/2)
$2/1 Maybelline SuperStay 24 product(RP 10/2)
$3/1 Maybelline New York The Falsies Push Up Angel Mascara(RP 10/2)
$1/1 Maybelline New York Shadow or Liner any(RP 10/2)

Buy (1) Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Treatment $3.59
Pay out of pocket $3.79
Get back $3 extrabucks (for buying 1 nail treatment, limit 3)
Like paying $0.79!



Buy (2) L’Oreal Advanced Haircare Shampoo or Conditioner 12.6 oz. $4.99
Total $9.98
Use (2) $2/1 L’Oreal Advanced Haircare Shampoo or Conditioner Product (excludes 3 oz) coupons from 10/9 Red Plum (exp 10/22)
Pay out of pocket $5.98
Get back $4 extrabucks (for buying 2, limit 1)
Like paying $1.98 or only $0.99 each!

Buy (2) Pantene Shampoo, Conditioner 12-12.6oz or Select Treatments $4.79 ea or 2/$8
Use $2/2 Pantene  CVS coupon (printing for everyone at the red machine)
Use (1) $4/2 Pantene Product (excludes 6.7-oz.) coupon from Smart Source 10/16 ( exp. 10/29)
Pay out of pocket $2 or $1 each!

Buy (3) Schick Quattro For Women Disposable Razors $4.99 = $14.97
Use $4 off $10 razors CVS coupon
Use (1) $7/2 printable coupon (here)
Use (1) $3 printable coupon (here)
Pay out of pocket $0.97
Buy (2) = $9.98
Use (1) $7/2 printable coupon (here)
Pay out of pocket $2.98 or $1.49 each



Buy (2) Neosporin Foaming Liquid 4.3 oz $4.99 = $9.98
Use (2) $1 on any NEOSPORIN product printable coupon (here)
Pay out of pocket $7.98
Get Back $4 extrabucks (for buying $10 worth of Band Aid and Neosporin)
Like paying $3.98 or $1.99 each!



Buy (1) Tide Pods or Gain Flings 14 16ct $4.44
Use (1) $2 Tide PODS 12 ct or larger printable coupon (here)
OR (1) $2 Gain Flings 12 ct or larger printable coupon (here)
Pay out of pocket $2.44 each!

Purex 43.5-50 oz. $1.97
Pay out of pocket $1.97 (no coupon required)

CVS Pharmacy Coupon Policy (updated 8/1/16)

CVS Pharmacy Coupon Policy (updated 8/1/16)

CVS Pharmacy coupons (ExtraCare® coupons and other store-issued coupons), ExtraBucks® Rewards and third-party manufacturer’s (mfr.) coupons are accepted in our retail stores in accordance with the following guidelines and as required by state and local laws. CVS Pharmacy reserves the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice or advertisement.

All paper coupons:

  • Must be presented during checkout in order to receive credit
  • Must be legible
  • Must have a scannable barcode
  • Are acceptable in black and white or color
  • May not be duplicated

Other guidelines & limitations:

  • We reserve the right to process coupons in any order.
  • Coupons must be used on or before the expiration date.
  • Qualifying ExtraCare card must be presented at checkout to use CVS Pharmacy coupons. Does not apply in limited circumstances.
  • Valid coupons loaded to your ExtraCare card will be applied at checkout.
  • We cannot scan coupon barcodes directly from a mobile device.
  • Manufacturer’s (mfr.) coupons are generally designated with “manufacturer’s coupon” or “mfr.” printed on the face of the coupon (other similar type language may appear on the face of the coupon indicating funding from the manufacturer).
  • You cannot exchange your coupons or ExtraBucks Rewards for cash or gift cards. Neither coupons nor ExtraBucks Rewards can be refunded or re-issued. CVS Pharmacy coupons may be subject to state sales tax rules similar to manufacturer’s coupons. Sales tax may be charged on pre-coupon price as required by law.
  • Your purchase must include qualifying items in order to use coupons.
  • Individual coupon value cannot exceed the value of the item it is applied to.
  • CVS Pharmacy coupons generally cannot be used on sale, promotional or clearance items. Other restrictions may apply. Language at the bottom of coupons may provide additional coupon acceptance rules.
  •  You can only use one item-, brand-, or category-specific CVS Pharmacy coupon and one manufacturer’s coupon per qualifying item unless prohibited by either coupon. We honor manufacturer limitations.
  • Some coupons may not be applicable to orders placed on CVS.com
  • We have the right to refuse or limit the use of any coupon and/or the subsequent return for any reason and at the discretion of CVS Pharmacy management. Visit CVS.com/CouponPolicy for more information.


  • If you are not satisfied with an item purchased from CVS Pharmacy, you may return the item, along with the original receipt, for a refund, exchange or store credit equal to your original purchase price.
  • Cash, debit/credit card and check refunds must be requested within 60 days of purchase, along with the original receipt.
  • Items presented for return without an original receipt may be exchanged for merchandise or a CVS Pharmacy MoneyCard. Valid customer identification is required. For your convenience, items may be returned to any CVS Pharmacy location.

Check acceptance

Personal checks made payable to CVS Pharmacy are accepted for the exact amount of the sale or less. Personal identification (ID type, ID number and phone number) will be requested from all customers who are making check purchases.

Minimum purchase amounts

CVS Pharmacy imposes no minimum purchase amounts for payments tendered with debit/credit cards or checks.

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Coupon policy FAQ

What happens when I want to use a coupon with a value that is higher than the amount I am purchasing? You may still use the coupon; however, its value will drop down to the value of the amount
you are purchasing.

    • A $5 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value.

Can I use multiple coupons within a transaction?

Yes, as long as all of the coupons meet their qualifications.

    • Two $3 off $15 coupons for purchases that are $30.00 or higher.
    • $3 off $15 coupon and $5 ExtraBucks® Rewards for a purchase of $15.
    • $1 off toothpaste mfr. coupon and a $2 off toothpaste Coupon Center coupon for a $3 toothpaste item.

Can I use multiple coupons on sale items?

Yes, for certain coupons and certain sale items.

    • Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) and thecustomer purchases two shampoos; the customer may use two coupons for $1.00 each and pay the applicable tax.
    • Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 BOGO and customer has a mfr. coupon for Suave BOGO. Customer will receive both items for free but will need to pay any applicable tax.

How do I determine the application of sales tax on my purchase that involves the use of a coupon?

Funded manufacturer’s/mfr’s coupons will generally calculate sales tax on the pre-coupon price of the item, as required by state law*. If the coupon is issued by CVS Pharmacy® (ExtraBucks Rewards plus ExtraSavings coupons that includes ExtraCare®Coupon Center and myWeekly Ad circulars), the coupon is generally deemed a retailer coupon and the sales tax is calculated on the discounted price of the item (after the coupon is applied), as required by state law. However, some CVS Pharmacy issued coupons are “funded manufacturer’s coupons” and designated as mfr. on the face of the coupon and also on your receipt. Sales tax is calculated on CVS Pharmacy issued mfr’s coupons on the pre-coupon priceof the item.
*Sales tax is calculated on the discounted price of the item (after the manufacturer’s coupon is applied) in the following states: CT, MA, MO, PA, TX

Can the processing order of multiple coupons that are applied to an item affect the calculation of sales tax?

Yes. Although CVS Pharmacy reserves the right to determine the processing order of its retailer coupons issued (including discounts earned via the ExtraSavings Programs and myWeekly Ad circulars), individual state tax laws govern the processing order of retailer coupons vs. funded manufacturer’s coupons.

Am I limited by how many items I can buy?

There is no set limit however, store managers do reserve the right to set discretionary limits on specific items being purchased in order to ensure there are enough of those items for other customers.

How am I able to use percent-off coupons?

Percent-off coupons may be used on non-promotional/non-sale items. Exclusions are displayed on each of the coupons.

How do I use digital ExtraCare coupons or ExtraCare coupons that have been sent to my card?

You are able to send available deals and coupons to your ExtraCare card from CVS.com®, the CVS Pharmacy mobile app, digital receipts and CVS Pharmacy email. Click on the Send-to-Card® icon and view the success indicator on the landing page to ensure it was loaded properly. To use it, purchase the necessary items the coupon is valid for and ensure your ExtraCare card is scanned. The colleague will ensure it is applied to that transaction during the checkout process.


What is considered an ExtraCare coupon?

Any coupons and ExtraBucks Rewards that print at the ExtraCare Coupon Center; or are featured in your printed or digital receipt, CVS Pharmacy mobile app, or on CVS.com are considered ExtraCare coupons. Quarterly ExtraBucks Rewards, circular ExtraBucks Rewards, BeautyClub ExtraBucks Rewards, and Pharmacy & Health ExtraBucks Rewards® are all types of ExtraCare ExtraBucks Rewards.

Click HERE

  • To Print a copy of the CVS Coupon Policy to take with you to the store – might come in handy!

7 Reasons to Sign Up for a Target REDcard

7 reasons to sign up for Target RedCard

I was checking out the Target.com clearance section several years ago and I came across a pair of sandals on clearance for $5, regularly $19.99! I immediately chose my shoe size, added to my cart and clicked on the checkout button. It turned out that there was a $50 minimum purchase to get free shipping or completely free with no minimum if I use a Target REDcard. (Note: Back then the minimum free shipping threshold was $50, it’s like $25-$35 now).READ MORE

Should I Coupon?

Skeptical about the whole couponing thing? I’ve been there so I totally understand.

Many people believe that couponing is time consuming and that it isn’t worth it in the end. Lies, all lies! Just kidding (sort of). It might be time consuming in the beginning because you have to learn something new, How to Coupon. Once you establish a routine, you’ll be able to coupon for as little as 1 hour a week!

But let me tell you a little secret:

You can make it work for YOU no matter how hectic your schedule may be, the types of foods and products you use (organic, gluten-free, all-natural, etc) or even if you are brand loyal.

Here are some things to consider if you want to start:


  • SUNDAY NEWSPAPER – You can purchase these at Dollar Tree for $1 each. Better yet, subscribe to your local paper (Sunday only) and get it as low as $0.37 each delivered right to your doorstep! I recommend at least 2-4 Sunday paper.
  • GAS – You might drive to several stores per couponing trip.
  • OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE – There are 2 sure things in life: death and taxes. Getting stuff for free is fun but you still need to pay for tax.


  • COUPONING TRIP PREPARATION – You’ll want to look at store matchups, weekly ads, watch for sale cycles, make a shopping list and clip coupons (if you haven’t already). The beauty about the internet is that there are PLENTY of bloggers that do this work for you. I post weekly free and cheap matchups here. All you need to do is clip your coupons.
  • SHOPPING TIME – This will depend whether your store has all of the items in your list in stock otherwise you may need to make changes to your transaction plan. If all else fail, get a raincheck.


  • One of the key factors to couponing is stockpiling, which means you purchase items at a rock-bottom price in large quantities. For example, if toothpaste is free after coupons and store rewards you’ll want to purchase as many as you can (if store policy and coupon limit allow) to last your household until the next sale. You’ll probably need a linen closet (or two!) for your stockpile.

In the end, you can tailor couponing base on your needs and schedule. You decide whether you want to coupon casually or go extreme. Both ends of the couponing spectrum will save you money. The question that you should be asking yourself is: Am I willing to start?

Couponing Tip: Don’t Compare Yourself To Others

don't compare yourself to others

This pretty much applies to every aspect of our lives.  But first:

However, in the couponing world:

Different households have different needs. Just because your coupon buddy has a dedicated stockpile room doesn’t mean you should have the same. Sure, it looks awesome but always ask yourself if it’s really necessary for YOUR household.

I’ve coveted a dedicated stockpile + couponing room. But I realized, it wasn’t necessary for my household + lifestyle. I don’t want to become an extreme couponer and I don’t want to spend a lot of time couponing. In addition, having lots of stuff is overwhelming for me. I’d just stress or burn myself out trying to keep up with the Joneses.

You’ll eventually become aware of how many bottles of shampoo (or whatever it may be) your household really consumes in a period of time.

This is something I need to remind myself from time to time. I hope you keep this in mind, too.