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July 22nd, 2018 at 01:46 pm

Yesterday I went to Jewel and got my free MyMixx items -- barbecue sauce, coconut water, and a coffee smoothie. I saw ketchup on sale, so I bought that. Total price - .90.

I also gave $1 each to two panhandlers. One was actually raising money for a team; the other was just there with his cup.

From there I went to PetSmart. I had it marked in my calendar that Top Fin supplies were 30% off. I picked up two different kinds of fish food, but when they were scanned, I got no discount. I asked the cashier about it, and she said to find the original email and come back with my receipt.

Well, I went to the car, and I quickly found the email with the offer. Took it inside and got the adjustment. Turns out, there was a Top Fin associate set up at a table inside the store with coupons. I should have used one of those coupons, but I had no idea. Unfortunate that the cashiers had no idea, either.

After all was said and done, I paid $16 for the fish food.

Sometimes you just have to fight for your money.

Today I'm going to the gym and the library. I'm also going to get back to decluttering. My poor dining room is now completely devoted to the garage sale. I'll be glad when I can move it all out.

3 Responses to “Deals”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    You are so right about having to fight for you money. I try to keep an eye on the register and hate it when the people in front of me are pokey about moving ahead when our stuff is at the register so I can see the screen.

  2. Wink Says:

    You really do have to keep a sharp eye on how purchases ring up. We work way too hard for our money to lose it to processing errors!

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