I visited 5 Subways and got lunch for the entire family. Two allowed complete customization and gave a hearty portion of turkey and allowed me to choose as many veggies as I wanted. The other 3 only had a set sandwich with little meat and only 3 toppings (spinach, tomato, and one other) on wheat bread. This is a new sandwich that is why they were giving a sample away for free. I think most people did not even know about this promotion as the Subways I went to there were no long lines.
Had mine and was also able to customize - bacon, fresh mozzarella, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, spinach and guac.
Good idea. I needed to get my $10 spend in this month. Green. Always happy to have cashback from a reliable cashback site pay for my sales tax and, as you said, “then some”. But not much more as sales tax here is 9.25%.
I also used the 25% off any regular priced item coupon, so that brought the total down a little:
(closer after tax OOP to $10 the better)
Large Fries with purchase At Arby’s Tomorrow From Tuesday 7/13 - 7/18.
Check your email for the offer. Just need to show the email to get free large fries with purchase. I believe you can use it as many times as you can with the email.
looks like the only thing left after exclusions is overpriced toilet paper!
Overpriced but free is still cheaper than paying anything. I buy toilet paper, paper towels, ziploc bags, coffee, etc. There’s usually a Charmin or Bounty product on sale every week so watch the prices. You will need a very friendly SM if you want to stack with a PM as both are store discounts.
also, Walgreens has the earn $5 in Wags Cash on $20 deal again, the spray is $17.99 on Wags .com, plus buy $2.01 of something else, earn $5 in Wags Cash, plus the cash back on the purchase which I think is 6-8% at CB sites.
Using a Wags $5 in Wags Cash on $20 purchase digital coupon with in-store pick up is a good way to make this item more truly free (and even a small MM) by helping take the sting out of the sales tax. Sales tax on $17.99 where I live is $1.66 and like you said, MC, getting cash back to boot is also nice. That is such a good idea I think I will highlight it in my OP title.
can’t believe you’re taxed on meds there Mr. V, outrageous. Toilet paper, paper towels I can see. But pain meds?
We are taxed on everything here, MC. California is the land of high taxes. That is, at least one of the reasons, why so many businesses (and people) are fleeing the state.
I have a question about Ibotta. I bought 3 soaps and a bottle of Bai. I didn’t realize at the time the Bai drink rebate was only for a certain flavor. I already submitted and got the money for the rebate for 2 Neutrogena acne bars. If I return the Bai drink to the store, will that invalidate my Neutrogena rebate or will those rebates stay since I am only returning the Bai drink of which I did not receive any Ibotta rebate?
Thanks for the deal, ctgolfer. It worked smoothly and was a nice MM. I got 3 bars because the third bar I submitted for a $3 coupon on the coupons.com app.
I highly doubt Ibotta tracks returns at all. And either way, why would returning Bai invalidate your Neutrogena stuff?
iBotta tracks WM returns. Its linked to the bar code on the receipt which you scan to earn the credit. Returns are processed by WM by scanning that same bar code.
IDK what happens if you just return the Bai. I would think it would be ok. Did you receive the 25¢ for the “any flavor Bai except Strawberry Kiwi”?
WM doesn’t post coupon so once I returned my iBotta purchase w/o receipt then repurchased using the coupon. YMMV as you have to have a willing CSR to process the return w/o the receipt. I’d scanned and received the $ for the first receipt. I just wanted my $3 coupon value back.
No, I didn’t redeem for the 25 cent offer on any flavor except strawberry-kiwi. When I went back to submit my receipt again to get that offer, it wouldn’t let me and said I had submitted the receipt already.