The snow hasn't even finished melting in our back yard and the ants are already starting to move into the house. Every year we have a horrible battle with ants which usually ends with me wanting to just give them the house and move out all together. This year we've only seen a handful (or two) of the tiny ones and so I'm preparing already. We bought two large bottles of eco-friendly (and baby/pet friendly) ant spray last week at Home Depot and I was really excited to find such a great deal on these Combat ant traps.
(8) Combat Ant Traps - 6ct - $2.47
used (4) printable coupons(5) Degree Men's Deodorant (travel size) - $0.97
used (4) printable coupons
(you can only print 2 coupons per computer, I printed two and had my husband print the other two)
Paid $3.76 for all 8 or $0.47 each
used (5) $1/1 from 3/27 RP*Walmart recently changed their coupon policy to state that they do not adjust down the value of a coupon in the instance that the product costs less. What this means is, if you are buying a product that costs $0.95 and the coupon for that item is $1/1Walmart will not manually adjust the coupon value down to $0.95 (which is what most retailers will do) but let it stand at the $1 value. What this means is that you will end up with an overage (in this example $0.05) that will then be applied towards other items you are purchasing.
FREE with $0.15 overage*