On Sunday evening, while at Shoprite I wanted to pick up a new bottle of SoftSoap – the refill size so that I could fill the SoftSoap dispensers in my house.
They only had the antibacterial kind or the plain one, and they weren’t even on sale. So I figured I’d be able to get the one I really wanted (the Crisp Cucumber & Melon) online, and it would end up costing less.
So Monday morning I looked around, and noticed that almost everywhere I could the 32oz refill size for between $4.50 – $4.99 with free shipping or if I picked it up myself. Amazon was ridiculous at $11 a bottle, but other then that, it was pretty consistent.
Then I went to Walmart and while 1 bottle was $3.47 (already a better price), you could get a 2 pack for $5.96. I had to pay shipping (they didn’t have it available to ship to my store, and since I wasn’t spending $50 I couldn’t get free shipping), but because it was so cheap and I wanted to buy 6 of them, it was still a much better price to buy them at Walmart!
So I placed my order, and was told it would come the following Wednesday (a week and 2 days later) which was ok, I wasn’t in dire need of soap yet. Well, to my surprise, it showed up on my doorstep this morning, and it’s only Friday!
I unpacked the soap, and not long after, I found a cat in the box.
So, the question is…did I get a great deal on soap? Or did I buy an expensive box for the cat?
Either way it looks like everyone is happy. We now have plenty of soap that will last a long time, and the cat has a new box to play in for a while.
If you need the Softsoap Refills though, I’d take a look at Walmart’s website. I was happy with $2.98 per 32oz bottle of Softsoap (plus tax and shipping), and I got the scent that I wanted too!
Here’s the link to the Crisp Cucumber & Melon Refill 2-pack if you’re interested.
Now that it’s getting warm out, you might want to get bikes for the family, so that you can all go out and exercise together. If you don’t want to spend a lot, check out Walmart!
Are these bikes not what you’re looking for? Shop a Wide Selection of Name Brand Bikes at Amazingly Low Prices at Walmart.com!
We all love a good deal…but what do you do when there are “too many good deals” out there? With the holidays coming up, it seems every day your favorite stores have yet another promotion. Of course, many of them are actually GOOD deals. So where do you say “ok, enough is enough…I don’t really need this”?
This is my question right now. It turns out that Walmart has 50% off or more on books. These include their Top 200 books, and it seems they have great prices on other books as well. We’re talking paperback books at $4.00. How long has it been since you’ve seen a paperback book (semi-new release) sell for $4.00? Plus, I absolutely love to read. I could easily sit down and not get up again until I finished a new book.
Now, that alone is a good deal, but probably wouldn’t make me jump for it…since I do prefer to go to the library and pay nothing. You can’t beat paying $0.00 for a book, even though there are some books I prefer to own.
But what if I told you that There was BING cashback for 15% – 20%? It depends on what you’re searching for…but you can see it for both. Now if you take the great deals on the books, and add another 20% off…you’re talking some really great prices.
Of course, it goes back to this. Do I NEED these books? No. Would I really like them? Yes. So here I sit, trying to figure out if I should buy them or not. I know it’s a great deal…but is enough enough already with getting deals? That’s the question. Does anyone have a good answer?
Visit Walmart’s Book Selection and you’ll see what I mean!
Walmart is letting you preorder the top 10 upcoming DVDs for $10.00 each. That’s a great price for them, as you usually have to wait until the movie has been out for quite a while before the price drops to $10.00 each.
To make it even better, shipping is free, so you won’t even have to go out to pick it up. Once the movie comes out, the DVD will be shipped to your home!
After this post, I plan on ordering two of them myself. Star Trek XI, and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Following is a list of the 10 DVDs you can preorder.
- Star Trek XI (Widescreen)
- Night at The Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Widescreen)
- Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince (Widescreen)
- Angels & Demons (Anamorphic Widescreen)
- Four Christmasses (Widescreen, Full Frame)
- G-Force (Widescreen)
- My Sister’s Keeper (With Digital Copy) (Widescreen)
- Santa Buddies (Widescreen)
- Terminator Salvation (Widescreen)
- Julie & Julia (Anamorphic Widescreen)
Preorder any of the the Top 10 DVDs at Walmart