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Great Deal on Crest 3D White Radiant Mint (2.5 oz. Tubes) at Dollar Tree!

FUN FACT: This photo was taken on a toilet seat. This isn't a review, nor a paid advertisement, nor is it something that I'm going to start doing with any type of regularity—there are plenty of other “deals” sites with large, active networks that can spot deals far quicker and more consistently than I can—but hey, sometimes you stumble on a great deal and want to help other people find it, too! Crest 3-D White Anticavity Toothpaste is, honestly, a fantastic toothpaste, but I usually don't use it, because it's also pretty expensive (I tend to stick with Aim, because I love the flavor, or whatever else is on sale at the supermarket). We ended up trying it once because my wife got a trial size tube as part of a dentist's “welcome package”, or whatever, and it's what I've always wanted from a toothpaste: it leaves your mouth feeling fresh and clean for hours. And that's not just one of those “legal lies” of marketing (how is it legal for companies to s

Saving Money with Ibotta: A Long-Winded Essay on the Pros and Cons of the Digital Coupon App

UPDATE (3/21): Ibotta has quietly added Aldi to its list of accepted stores! This has happened before in the past, before being unceremoniously dumped from its roster, so it's best to treat this like a limited-time offer, and load up on the rebates while you can. As long as this is the case, I'm upping my final rating to 6.5/10. Well isn't this a review out of left field? Instead of looking at specific grocery items from discount grocers today, we're going to change it up a little bit, and take a look at a mobile app that can help you save some money at almost any grocery store that you shop (with the exception of Aldi, so let's get that out of the way right now). It's called Ibotta, and if you have never heard of it and consider yourself a savvy shopper...well then you're about to get even savvier. After all, there are other ways to help you maintain your budget than just buying off-brands every single time you shop! Like everything in life, Ibotta isn