Down to the Wire

I almost missed one of the sweetest sales on hair products that I have ever encountered. Today was the last day of the John Frieda sale at Publix, and I would have been sick to my stomach if I had not been able to take advantage of it. I ran in the store so quickly that I forgot my coupons in the car, and had to go back out to get them. Since I was parked all the way at the back of the lot, I got a nice little workout in.

All John Frieda products were $2.00 off and I had some high value coupons to go along with the sale. The Full Repair Serum was regularly $7.99 but the sale gave me a price of $5.99. I had manufacturer’s coupons for $5 off of one and stacked them with Target coupons for $3 off of two. There are only three pictured because I gave the fourth one to a coworker. The end price was not only free, but I made a profit of $2 off of the four bottles.

The shampoo was discounted from $5.49 to $3.49, and I had manufacturer’s coupons for $2 off of one, which means each bottle of shampoo and conditioner cost $1.49. That is a steal!

The Nexcare bandages were marked down to $1.68 at Target. I had Target coupons for $1 off each box, which I stacked with manufacturer’s coupons for 55 cents off each box. I paid $1.04 for eight boxes.

The Danimals yogurt will actually be on sale until the 17th of this month but since today was the last day of school and I was in dire need of snacks, I started stocking up early. They ended up being $1 per box after combining the sale with coupons. I have another 12 coupons to use, so I will be back when I clear some space for more.

The total for everything before tax was about $9, which is pretty good considering how ill-prepared I was.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Jennifer says:

    Hey lady! You can also freeze those yogurts! My kids do it all the time and say it is like eating ice cream! They love it!

    1. Oooh, my kids love them frozen! And it is a nice change from popsicles for the summer, that is for sure. 🙂

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