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96% Saving at Smith's! I'm giddy :)

I paid $2.64!  $1.19 of that was tax!!  That's a good deal for the Charmin alone!

I ended up making a $1 buying the Old Spice Body Wash.  I guess I had 2
e-coupons on my card.  One for $1 and one for $2.  Then I used the BOGO FREE coupon in P&G 6/6 AND I bought 4 participating P&G products, so that's another $2 off!  Wait did I make $2?  I'm all confused now...but happily :)  Anyway I didn't see it on the Smith's e-coupons but make sure to load your card before you go!

Charmin 24 rolls $6.99
use .25/1 P&G 6/6 or 7/4
also use $3/1 e-coupon
= $2.99!!
to make it $1.99 buy 3 other participating P&G products!

Cantaloupe .99

Go here to see the rest of the detail.

Do you have any pictures and totals to share???? email me.


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