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After spending almost an hour this morning going through the paper ads and online ads of seven different grocery/drug stores looking for a deal on Kellogg's PopTarts, I got really frustrated and thought, why don't we have a thread in the DS Forum for deal seeking on a particular item? I know there is a "Help Me Find a Deal" forum on SD but most of those in that forum are looking for tech deals, car deals, phone deals, etc. Besides, most of the DS folks never venture outside of the DS forum anyway.

You should limit your deal-seeking request to grocery/drugstore items only, i.e, milk, cereal, diapers, shampoo, toothpaste, etc. No car batteries, tires, phones, computers, appliances, blah, blah, blah......


Anyhow, if the Mods think this thread is a waste of space, they can just delete it. Big Grin

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Looking for a deal on aluminum foil, preferably Reynolds. My stores are: CVS, RA, WAGS, Kroger, Food Lion, Dollar General/Market, Family Dollar.

Also does anyone know the name of the website where you can enter ingredients that you have on hand, and it will give you recipes to use those ingredients. I have some items in our stockpile that I need to use up, and many of them I don't want to use in the traditional sense, so looking for new recipes.

TIA for any help.
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Looking for a deal on aluminum foil, preferably Reynolds. My stores are: CVS, RA, WAGS, Kroger, Food Lion, Dollar General/Market, Family Dollar.

Also does anyone know the name of the website where you can enter ingredients that you have on hand, and it will give you recipes to use those ingredients. I have some items in our stockpile that I need to use up, and many of them I don't want to use in the traditional sense, so looking for new recipes.

TIA for any help.
I've mentioned it before, maybe you were the one asking? Anyway, CVS has 40 ft aluminum foil in their $1 section. I buy it when I need a filler. But it's not Reynolds.
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Also does anyone know the name of the website where you can enter ingredients that you have on hand, and it will give you recipes to use those ingredients.
Allrecipes dot com. You can enter up to four ingredients you have and four you don't want to include, I believe. HTH!
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Quote from lulabelle View Post :
Also does anyone know the name of the website where you can enter ingredients that you have on hand, and it will give you recipes to use those ingredients. I have some items in our stockpile that I need to use up, and many of them I don't want to use in the traditional sense, so looking for new recipes.

TIA for any help.

I've used THIS [epicurious.com] one before.
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Quote from schnauzermomma View Post :
I've mentioned it before, maybe you were the one asking? Anyway, CVS has 40 ft aluminum foil in their $1 section. I buy it when I need a filler. But it's not Reynolds.
It wasn't me that asked before, but I love your suggestion! There are many times when I need a filler at CVS, and this will be perfect to replenish my stockpile.

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Allrecipes dot com. You can enter up to four ingredients you have and four you don't want to include, I believe. HTH!
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I've used THIS [epicurious.com] one before.
Thank you for replying. Both of those sites look great, and I am anxious to try out some of the recipes!

Repped all!
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nvm..
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I already need a calculator, smart phone, pen, graph paper, ruler, protractor, scissors, folder, abacus, and Tylenol when I shop at Wags. Now you're telling me I need to take a Math Major with me as well?

I'm gonna need a bigger purse. Annoyed...................
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I don't know if anyone even reads this thread anymore but I'm looking for a deal on an electric/rechargeable toothbrush. My oldest son is in his third year of braces and the braces really tear up manual toothbushes. He had an Oral B rechargeable a couple of years ago but it stopped charging so we tossed it. I've tried the battery operated ones but they don't seem to work as well.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Smilie
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I don't know if anyone even reads this thread anymore but I'm looking for a deal on an electric/rechargeable toothbrush. My oldest son is in his third year of braces and the braces really tear up manual toothbushes. He had an Oral B rechargeable a couple of years ago but it stopped charging so we tossed it. I've tried the battery operated ones but they don't seem to work as well.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Smilie
I'm sorry for my vague reply, but I just picked up an Oral-B rechargeable at Rite Aid that was on clearance for $49.99 (handwritten sticker- there's a chance it would scan for less). I didn't pay any attention to anything beyond that; I just grabbed the first one I saw to scan for my CheckPoints app! It was not on the typical clearance end cap at my store, but rather sitting on the shelf with the other rechargeables. It might be worth looking at your store. Again, sorry for the fuzzy info!

Edit to add: The box was about this size- think square rather than tall.
pgestore.com/health/oral-care/electric-rechargeable/oral-b-professional-care--smartseries-5000-toothbrush/069055856857,default,pd.html?srccode=cii_19483251&cpncode=27-14080992&cm_mmc=Oralb-_-Site-_-WTB-_-NA
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Looking for a deal on ladies Body Wash. Have Wags, CVS, Wal-Mart, K-Mart.
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Quote from MsGal View Post :
I don't know if anyone even reads this thread anymore but I'm looking for a deal on an electric/rechargeable toothbrush. My oldest son is in his third year of braces and the braces really tear up manual toothbushes. He had an Oral B rechargeable a couple of years ago but it stopped charging so we tossed it. I've tried the battery operated ones but they don't seem to work as well.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Smilie
The oral-B rechargeable on sale now at Wag? $50 + 10,000 points?

It's certainly in a spectacular looking endcap display, so it must be amazing! Big Grin

It's $50 at Wally and $70 on Amazon.
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The oral-B rechargeable on sale now at Wag? $50 + 10,000 points?

It's certainly in a spectacular looking endcap display, so it must be amazing! Big Grin

It's $50 at Wally and $70 on Amazon.
I went looking for that one tonight but neither of my stores had them. Not even ONE! Mad Mad

My son called and said he found one at Walmart tonight. If it doesn't work like he hopes, or he just doesn't like it, I'm going to to have to find one somewhere.
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Looking for a deal on ladies Body Wash. Have Wags, CVS, Wal-Mart, K-Mart.
Nivea body wash 2.98-2mq=.98 Walmart and .68 cents at T
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The oral-B rechargeable on sale now at Wag? $50 + 10,000 points?

It's certainly in a spectacular looking endcap display, so it must be amazing! Big Grin

It's $50 at Wally and $70 on Amazon.

there are $10 coupons on ebay for these. they changed the name a bit but it still says 'pro' as in professional 1000 on the box.
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there are $10 coupons on ebay for these. they changed the name a bit but it still says 'pro' as in professional 1000 on the box.
Not the same thing. The one in the ad is the Deep Sweep. Both of my stores had the "1000" but it was $69.99.
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Not the same thing. The one in the ad is the Deep Sweep. Both of my stores had the "1000" but it was $69.99.


ok i see what you mean on the wags site however the coupon still applies since the deep sweep is still a "Professional" electric toothbrush.
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