I picked up half a dozen packages of the Purex Complete 3-in-1 Laundry Sheets about six months ago when they were a moneymaker at CVS. They were destined for the donation box because I'm allergic to fabric softener. However, I decided to give them a try. I gave my husband a package to cycle into the laundry (since he does all the laundry). Well, much to my surprise, the fabric softener in these sheets did not cause me any allergic reaction. After fifteen years of avoiding fabric softeners, our clothes are soft again!
Needless to say, we are converts. We still use our tried and true Tide with bleach alternative but the Purex sheets seem to make it into the machine on a regular basis. If you want to try these laundry sheets, click here for a $1/1 coupon.
I purchased four bags of Nature Valley Honey Nut Clusters at Food Lion on Sunday. The shelf tag showed they were on sale for 2/$5. I used four $1.60/1 Vocalpoint coupons bringing the price down to $.90 each. When I returned home and started to scan my shopping trip (as part of the Nielsen Home Scan Program), I realized I was charged $3.79 a bag.
I went back to Food Lion the next day with my receipt and the manager happily refunded the difference. In addition, the manager gave me $3.79 (plus tax) because their scanner rang the item up incorrectly. Just another reason to check your receipts.