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Non food cost big bucks!

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I am reading a book Cut your Bills in Half I got it at the second hand store.
Grocery stores mark up nonfood items to compensate for low food prices. They suggest buying these at the discount store.
Here is the list:
Brushes, Paper napkins, Shampoo, dish detergent, tissue, garbage bags,
toilet paper, Laundry soap and toothpaste.

What are some thing's you've found cheaper at the discount store?
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All of the items that you all have listed can be gotten almost free or completely free if you have a CVS near by. Their Extra Care Buck program is wonderful, Your first purchase may cost you 10-15 dollars, but after that you can keep rolling those bucks over forever. There's a site, this gal explains the program very well, along with other money saving hints. I've been rolling over the same 20 bucks for over a year now, with really very little effort. Try it, why go without when you can get things free or almost free.
Yep, all of my non food product Ive been gettting at CVS for free or next to free
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