6 Bottles of Free Maalox

I took advantage of the Maalox moneymaker scenario available at CVS this week to get 6 free bottles of Maalox (I have 2 different CVS cards — it is theoretically possible to have as many cards as you want, but I find that if I have more than two, I lose a lot of money when Extra Bucks expire before I can use them)

free Maalox

My local CVS didn’t have the Maalox bottles for $5.49, so I ended up purchasing more expensive bottles that allowed me to hit the $20 mark with only three. It was still a moneymaker, just not quite as much and I ended up using the small overage for some stuff I needed for myself. The total value of the 6 Maalox bottles was $44.94 with no cost out of pocket.

Readers and I have now donated over $30,000 worth of food to local food banks. If you would like to participate, I’d love to have you join. Not only will you be able to help your local food bank, you will learn to save quite a bit of money on your own grocery shopping.

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2 Responses to 6 Bottles of Free Maalox

  1. dave says:

    hey i’m in town for a week if you need a partner in crime.
    lots of lemons and oranges here, feel free to drop by and stock up.
    keep up the good work!
    cheers,
    dave

  2. dave says:

    har har no sooner did i hit post then i ran across this:

    I bargained with Life for a penny,

    And Life would pay no more,

    However I begged at evening

    When I counted my scanty store;

    For Life is a just employer,

    He gives you what you ask,

    But once you have set the wages,

    Why, you must bear the task.

    I worked for a menial’s hire,

    Only to learn, dismayed,

    That any wage I had asked of Life,

    Life would have paid.
    http://urbansurvival.com/week.htm

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