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COUPONING/MONEY SAVING TIP: Check the Products for Special Bonus!

COUPONING/MONEY SAVING TIP: Check the Products for Special Bonus!

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When shopping for items, look for products that offer special bonuses such as samples and coupons inside. As you are looking at a row of items, look in the back of that row to see if there's any  bonuses on them. Employees restock shelves rotating the oldest items in front, putting the newer shipments in the back. So, if you don't see anything  special in the front, check the back of that row!

Ziploc Bags or Containers Offer at Walgreens

Ziploc Bags or Containers Offer at Walgreens

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With Thanksgiving comes a lot of food and leftovers so be prepared with lots of Ziplocs bags and containers, especially if you want your guests to take some home!

Special K 2 for $5 at Walgreens!

Special K 2 for $5 at Walgreens!

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Special K is on sale this week at Walgreens for 2 for $5 and you can use the $1 off two manufacturer coupon, making it $2 each!!

$7.99 Schick Hydro Disposables at Walgreens & $2 Coupon!

$7.99 Schick Hydro Disposables at Walgreens & $2 Coupon!

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Men's razors are not cheap so here's a really good deal on the Schick Hydro Disposables at Walgreens. You can print off the $5 off two packs or the $2 off one pack to save.

You Should Be Playing: Dragon Age: Inquisition

You Should Be Playing: Dragon Age: Inquisition

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The easiest way to sum up Dragon Age: Inquisition is to say that it is a blend of both of the previous games in the series, with elements from Mass Effect and Star Wars: The Old Republic thrown in. Whether you will enjoy that depends entirely on how much you like Bioware, because this game is very much a product of its studio.   The player character is the perfect example of what the game takes from its series predecessors. Like the Warden, they are customizable down to race. Like Hawke, they are fully voiced. Like both the Hero of Ferelden and the Champion of Kirkwall, they were nobodies who, by being in the wrong place at the wrong time, got drawn into the miseries of the terminally ill-fated world of Thedas.   The peace accord between the warring mages and templars has been decimated by a cataclysmic event, of which the player character is the sole survivor. They discover that they now have the power to seal rifts in the Veil, and now must travel from Orlais to the Hinterlands in order to build an army and . . .   If you didn't understand any of that, you’re out of luck. If you haven’t played the previous games and all of the DLC, this game’s story is going to be confusing. But if you DO know the characters and HAVE played the other games, then Inquisition repays your devotion with interest. This game takes place across all of Thedas, including places we've only heard about before, such as Orlais. We get to see characters we haven’t seen since Origins, and the story is built upon the several sequel hooks presented earlier in the series.   There are almost as many new gameplay mechanics as there are old ones. Combat is essentially the same as it was in Origins. The upgrade trees have fewer options than I’d like, but there is a proficient armor- and weapon-crafting system. There are more MMORPG-style “find amount X of product Y” quests, which might get tiresome for some people. You now have the ability to jump, which introduces more vertical exploration options, even if it did lead to me getting stuck trying to jump onto rocks once or twice.   There was only one new gameplay/art change that infuriated me. As in past games, you press a button and everything touchable is outlined in bright yellow. However, with the color palette in this game being sunlight and shades of green, yellow doesn't contrast enough. Frequently I’d press the button then run in a circle trying to find the highlighted objects.   Dragon Age: Inquisition perfectly fits the mold of a typical Bioware game. It has the squad of colorful companions with detailed backstories; it has the long conversations; it has the epic, world-spanning conflicts. If that’s not your thing, I don’t think you’ll get much out of the game. But if you've enjoyed Bioware games, like Dragon Age or Mass Effect or KotOR, then you’ll probably enjoy Inquisition very much.

$1.50 per Bag of Holiday M&Ms at Walgreens!

$1.50 per Bag of Holiday M&Ms at Walgreens!

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Tis the season for M&Ms Holiday Candies on sale this week!

Family Dollar Buy Two Get One FREE Glade Products

Family Dollar Buy Two Get One FREE Glade Products

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Family Dollar has a great deal on Glade products this week. Buy 2 items and get one FREE. As an added bonus, you can use manufacturer coupons for this offer! There are several Glade coupons that you can use to maximize the savings! I like the $1.25 off 2 Glade Wax Melts Coupon! Buy 3 Glade Wax Melts: $3+$3+$3=$9-$3(store offer third free)=$6-$1.25= $4.75 for all 3 Glades or $1.58 each! OR use the $2 off 3 Glade item coupon instead 3x$3=$9-$3(store offer third free)=$6-$2=$4 for 3 items or $1.33 each.

Cover Girl Buy One Get One 50% Off. Good Coupons to Use!

Cover Girl Buy One Get One 50% Off. Good Coupons to Use!

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Walgreens has Cover Girl "BOGO 50%" this week! "BOGO" means Buy One Get One. There are a few coupons that you can use on both items to help you save even more. There's a $2 coupon off  Flipstick Lip product and a $1.50 off 2 Cover Girl Olay Face products. These makeup items make great stocking stuffers!

$.88 Pepsi Soda at Big Lots!

$.88 Pepsi Soda at Big Lots!

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Big Lots has soda on sale for $.88 each! If you buy lots of soda, especially Pepsi products during the holiday season, this is a great price to stock up on!

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