From there I paid the vet for the final bill and dropped off things at the thrift store.
During a visit to Goodwill a few months back I asked where the money is spent in the community. How shocking it was to find out that the only thing GW does is provide jobs for people. That's a pretty prolific corporate policy. The goods come in free, the corporation has charity status, (No taxes) and they pay minimum wage from the high priced goods they obtained for free, but charge customers. It's genius, really. You can see why my choice of donation has changed to the Salvation Army. At least SA feeds the hungry.
The day ended with a visit to S's home to see the grands.
Oh, my gosh. I forgot the trip to Wal Mart I made with ibotta rebates in hand. I paid .27 cents for an onion and will receive .25 cents in a rebate. The four bananas were .87 cents with a .25 cent rebate. The Glad cling wrap (300' roll) was 3.12 with a 1.00 rebate. The last rebate was 1.00 off cheese slices that were 2.74.
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|The crackers were price matched and|
the Glad wrap was ibotta.
|Both the bananas and onion were|
|Another ibotta rebate. I noticed this|
week the rebate went down to .50 cents.
I also price matched crackers, (1.88) grapes (1.49) and oranges (.10 cents each).
When I got home I entered my receipt into WM savings catcher and ibotta. Easy peasy.
The ibotta site has changed over the rebates adding any milk, bread, bacon, and eggs this week.
I'm off to open the rebates and make a list.