18,500 points is a value of $25.00 on a regular redemption.  Click here to get your coupon as it is required.

Usual exclusions apply.

Points will be awarded by end of day Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Coupon Price Match-Ups Done for Wal-Mart:

List includes stock-up prices on Campbell's Condensed Soups and Oliveri Pasta Sauce!
Special K* Low Fat Granola and Special K* Crisps were just voted 2013 Best New Product Award Winners in the categories of breakfast foods and portion controlled snacks Canadian Consumers.  A record 93,000 Canadians were involved in recognizing their favorite new product in this category!
Starting today and running until Monday, February 11, 2013 Shoppers Optimum Points are redeemable on cosmetics and fragrance products at a higher than regular redemption value!
  • Spend 40,000 points & receive $90.00 off your purchase (an extra $27 value)
  • Spend 80,000 points & receive $200.00 off your purchase (an extra $64 value)

M&M's has extended their Cream Cheesecake Special to include Sunday, February 10th!
Limit of 3 per customer.

Cream Cheesecake for only $4.99.  Offer valid for Friday, Feb. 8 and Sataturday, Feb. 9 ONLY!

Five flavors to choose from.

If you'll be purchasing Tostito's Salsa in the near future keep your eyes open for a $1.50 towards 2 dozen eggs.  The notice only states 'look in-store' for the offer 'when you purchase Tostito Salsa'.  So your guess is as good as mine whether it's a tear-pad coupon next to the Salsa or whether the coupon is actually on the Salsa packaging!!!

Let us all know where we should be looking if you spot it!!
There is a new Pampers GTG Code worth 5 Points and valid until February 9, 2013.

Enter TWITWB28XEGVE13 for your FREE Points!

NOTE:  You do NOT have to have children to collect and redeem Pampers Gift To Grow Points.  Sign up here and start collecting today!
     I did intend on leaving the desk today and I did - for short periods of time!  I spent some time collecting information that needs to go on here, uploading a bit of it and just now did some page rearranging.
     I'm miles ahead of where I was when I first started this site with respect to how this particular website platform works - or doesn't lol.  I'm ecstatic over the recent growth of followers on Facebook.  I know there's still some 1,700 households in the Sundre area yet to connect with - baby steps!
     Between Facebook 'Likes' and 'Shares' and word of mouth in the community I'm confident the number of followers or readers will continue to climb.  People work hard for their money and it's nice when there's opportunities for them to save some of it.
     Unlike the larger frugal lifestyle, coupon type sites it's not possible for every post on this website to be 'Shared' on the Facebook Page and just wanted to let you all know that.  It's a slow cumbersome process with the speed of my internet connection just to get the website posts published without adding the secondary action of auto-posting to Facebook.
     I will most certainly post anything where time is of the essence or there's a limited number of coupons or offers available to Facebook, however the majority of new alerts will be found only on the website - for now anyways.  (As soon as I convince Telus or whomever to erect a tower in my backyard......what's life without dreams?? lol)
     Have a great evening! :) 
     I needed milk and I had one box of Mini-Wheats on my list last night at Sobey's.  I had only intended on purchasing the one box as it was on sale and I had a $1.00 coupon - it was going into my stockpile.  
     Doing the math on the B3CerealG1FREE4L milk store promotion indicated this was a much more $avvy route to take:

Initial Plan:  OOP of $8.28 on $9.28 with savings of $1.00 or about 11%

Plan B:  3 Mini-Wheats @ $3.99 ez =$11.97 plus 1 milk @ $5.29=$17.26
            Less 2 - $1.00 coupons for Mini-Wheats & FREE milk =$9.99
            OOP of $9.99 on $17.26 with savings of $7.27 or about 42% 

     Another way to look at to see the value here is it cost $.98 per $1 value of product compared to costing $.42 per $1 value of product as by spending the extra $1.71 netted a $7.98 increase in product value.