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Get paid to answer surveys!

30 Jul

There are new openings available as survey takers for PineCone Research. I personally receive surveys a couple to a few times a week and most are under 5 minutes in length, plus you will receive compensation in the form of $3 (cash, MasterCard debit, or PayPal). I got to try and keep a nice product once so far and it was easy.

In my opinion, this is the best company to take surveys for because they compensate the best and enter you in monthly sweepstakes. Check it out! 


The scoop on Wags coupons

17 Jun

Before you head out to score some monster deals, you will need to know how Walgreens coupons come off.

As a general rule, you the discount gets taken off after the coupon. So, on a $10 non-Walgreens brand item with a $1 coupon, you pay $7.65 instead of $7.50 as you might expect. On Walgreens brand item at $10 with a $1 coupon you would pay $7.20 instead of the expected $7.00.
Another way to look at it is that the discount gets taken off the item and the coupon. So, for the $10 non-Walgreens item the item is reduced to $8.50 with the discount and the coupon is reduced to $.85. On a Wags item at $10 with the $1 coupon, the item would be reduced to $8.00 and the coupon would be reduced to $.80. This has been the case with the Infant Care booklet and in-ad coupons for me so far.

But this is only the general rule! So far, I have found that coupons from the monthly coupon booklet (Instant value coupons or IVC’s) do not follow this rule–you get the full value off!

Welcome Wags Discount Users!

14 Jun

I’m making this one for you!  Yes, everyone that has a Wags discount and is frustrated by all the extra hoops we jump through.  Let’s get our deals!

I will be posting which RR are triggered by a dollar amount and which are triggered by quantity as well as what coupons are giving employees overage as I try them out, and also as I get tips.  So check back and if you find a deal that works or flops, let me know!

Happy Wagging!