When Disney releases a big name movie- there always seem to be multiple ways to get it cheap, or even FREE! Cars 2 is no exception!
First- make sure you are a member of the Disney Movie Rewards. They almost ALWAYS release a $5 coupon good for the first week a DVD/Blueray is released. And you know that is when the stores offer some great prices on the new release as well. SAVE YOUR RECEIPT!
Second- watch those coupon circulars for rebate offers. Each Disney movie has two proof of purchase tabs- so you can send away for two rebates.
Third- pair with a sale. For instance, this week at Target when you buy 3 Huggies diapers you get a $5 gift card. Kimberly Clark offered a $10 rebate on Cars 2 wyb $20 in product (Huggies is one of their products). PLUS a few weeks ago, Target printed a coupon in the smartsource or redplum for a $5 giftcard wyb $25 in Kimberly Clark Products. I have three more of these rebates- if you would like one leave me a comment with your email and I will mail one to you.
Buy 3 Huggies $8.99= $27
Earn a $5 giftcard from store promo= -$5
Earn a $5 giftcard from target coupon= -$5
PLUS use any coupons you have for Huggies= -$3 (3 $1 coupons)
$14 for 3 packs of diapers PLUS I can now submit for a $10 rebate on Cars 2!
(I have a baby shower coming up- Diapers are ALWAYS a great present!)
Plus- Band Aid offered another $10 rebate wyb $10 in Johnson & Johnson topical health products (band-aid, neosportin, cortaid, J&J red cross items).
Here's what I'm doing:
Buy 11 Johnson & Johnson Red Cross travel first aid kits (in sample section) for $.97 each= $10.67
Use 3 $1 off any J&J red cross item= -$3
Use 4 $1.50 off any 2 J&J red cross item= -$6
Total $1.67 plus I can now submit for the $10 rebate.
Rayovac also offered a $5 rebate wyb 2 packs of batteries.
Yes- it is a pain to have to trim off the proof of purchase UPC's from all of the products and fill out the forms and photo copy the receipts and such- but I find it to be worth it. This is going to make a GREAT christmas gift for my kids!