Thursday, April 23, 2009

Did you clip the Holiday Ham or Turkey rebate form from your April 5 paper?

Just a reminder for all of you who got the April 5th newspaper and got the coupon for the Unilever FREE ham or turkey up to $20. See details HERE. You might want to look at all the deals you have snagged this month to see if you qualify for the up to $20 rebate!!!! If you didn't, no worries to the first 7 comments (see below)

Quick Summary:

Purchase any ham or turkey and $40 worth of Unilever products between 4/1/09 and 4/30/09 (can be purchased via multiple shopping trips) and fill out the rebate in your April 5th Unilever insert to receive a check for the purchase price of your ham or turkey (up to $20)

Circle the ham or turkey and the Unilever products purchased with their corresponding prices on your original store-identified cash register receipt(s) dated between 4/1/09 and 4/30/09 (no duplicates allowed)

Participating Unilever brands include:
Axe®, Ben & Jerry’s®,Bertolli®,Breyers®,Caress®, Country Crock®, Degree®,Dove® Good Humor®, Hellmann’s®/Best Foods®, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!®, Klondike®, Knorr®, Lever 2000®, Lipton® Recipe Secrets®, Lipton® Tea, Pond’s®, Popsicle®, Promise®, Q-tips®, RagĂș®, Skippy®, Slim·Fast®,Suave®,Sunsilk®,Vaseline®, and Wish-Bone®

Right now, with all the deals going on, Bertolli HERE at Randall's; last week's Dove, Degree and Sunsilk at Walgreens HERE, HERE and HERE and at Dove at Target HERE, Suave deals HERE & HERE at Kroger/Target and Axe currently HERE at Target this week. You should have a least $40 worth or product to qualify for the FREE ham or turkey.

Let me know if you didn't get the insert that weekend and need the rebate form. I have 7 extra to send to the first 7 readers to leave a comment and their mailing info. You can just leave initials if you need with mailing address.

6 comments:

  1. I received this comment with personal information so I am sending it out anonymous.
    Thank you so much for your super finds. I just got married, my husband is a student pastor, and we are expecting, needless to say you help us tremendously stay within our budget and serve our students. However, I am still trying to understand some of the abbreviations and how it actually ends up being that amount. If you can send me some sort of cheat sheet with the meaning to common abbreviations and examples of transactions I would greatly appreciate it. Your work is greatly appreciated.
    Your sister in Christ,
    Natalie

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  2. Hi Natalie -
    So glad you feel the site is helpful. The lingo abbreviations are located on the right handside of my blog and examples of transactions are pretty much all througout the blog just hit any tab under Labels located on the right hand side to see past transaction. Hope that helps and I put your ham/turkey rebate form in the mail today.

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  3. Callihan and Farmer -
    Your rebate forms are in the mail. I did not post your comments because of your personal mailing information. Thanks

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  4. Thanks for explaining this darn turkey/ham deal to me.
    I've seen posts everywhere, online in stores...and I had no idea what in the world the deal was. (now...i hope i can find all my recipts!!)

    thanks for such good info on your blog...i love it!
    kathy

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  5. Kathy,
    Thanks so much for your comment. Always nice to know that what i'm doing is helping other savvy savers!!

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  6. Do you happen to have a recipe to cook a turkey for easy enough for a first timer on cooking a turkey?

    Nadia

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