Only one more year until I have to update my profile on my blog. Sigh.
The kitties were thrilled with the brown paper Panera bag my sister wrapped my gift in. As I type this, Mousse is romping around inside, enjoying the delightfully crumply noises it makes.
- Garnier Nutritioniste lotion $12.99, used $1 coupon (9/13 SS, 10/11 or 11/8 RP) = $11.99
- 2 Garnier Nutritioniste cleansing cloths $5.99 each, used two $1 coupons (9/13 SS, 10/11 or 11/8 RP) = $9.98 or $4.99 each
- Got back $10 EB (WYB $20 of Garnier, Limit 1) = $11.97 for all three
- Used my green bag tag, $1 EB, $1.59 EB, $4 EB, $5 EB and $10 EB and $2.06 on an egift card I bought
Except for the $10 EB, all of the EB's beeped saying they weren't for my card, but they had my name on them. Weird! And even though I told the cashier I was using an egift card, she kept trying to enter it as a coupon, so obviously it wouldn't scan.
Third time's the charm, right? Then we headed to Staples for some free Duracell batteries. I wanted to use a 10% coupon DBF received in the mail and since he didn't have his Staples rewards card on him, we had to enter in the phone number. The cashier rang me up, scanned my coupons (10% plus $1 manu coupon), put them into the register and then couldn't figure out how to do the rewards number. He called over a manager who voided the sale. Cashier rang me up again but then couldn't get the coupons out of the register. Manager dude came back over and told me I couldn't use both coupons, even though they had both scanned just fine the first time. I got my coupons back and we left empty-handed. What a day!