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Why Rainchecks Rock


Last week at Albertsons they had ground turkey for $1 on the 1.2 pound packages. I have NEVER seen this price so I of COURSE ran over there to get the limit of 10. They were out (at that price, no surprise there), so I got a raincheck. You just go up to the customer service desk and they write you a little paper guaranteeing the sale price the next time you come in.

So today I went in and redeemed my raincheck.


12 pounds of ground turkey for $10. 


Retail price of $2.99/ea. = $29.90 regular price. 
So by getting a raincheck I saved $19.90.

Another raincheck was the B1G1 sale at Walgreens last week on the right guard body wash.



Got these today for $0!



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And at Kroger I got these!!


regular price for the pure protein: $11 for 12 bars (in a box)
larabar: $19 for 16 count box
powerbar harvest: 15 bars for $14

All the bars were on sale at Kroger for $1 each, and I had assorted $1, $1/2, and $1/4 coupons. I got 36 bars for $15 today!!! These are what I use when I go bike riding for long periods, and I might try one or 2 during a long run starting in July. (Did I mention that I signed up for a marathon??)


New grocery Ads coming out tomorrow!!

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