Think I'm kidding? What, you ask, can you get for under 10 cents? Well, I was in CVS picking up a prescription for my hubby, and I had these Extra Bucks that were going to expire soon. Now I wasn't about to let that happen. No siree, that's money! So I started looking around the store for something I wanted, needed, someone else needed, but I came up empty, not even a Valentine card. I was about to walk out when I decided to hit the food aisle. No, I don't usually buy food at a drug store, but sometimes you get lucky. Now, I had $3 in Extra Bucks and the DAK canned hams just happened to be on sale for, you guessed it, $3. That's not the brand I normally buy, so I was going to pass. I walked a bit further up the aisle and spotted small boxes of Wheat Thins for $1 each (marked down from $1.99). It just so happened that I had a coupon for $2 off any 2 boxes of Nabisco snack crackers (no size or variety restrictions). I couldn't pass that up - 2 free boxes of crackers. Thinking just how great a deal it would be to get the ham with my Extra Bucks and free crackers, I went back for the ham. After the EBs and coupon, my subtotal was $0.00, and I paid only tax. And that, folks, is how I got change back from my dime. I mean it didn't seem right to swipe my card for 8 cents.
Good things come to those who coupon.