~The Walmart gift cards and information have been provided by P&G. Opinions and stories are my own.~
Since April I have been in crazy Spring Cleaning mode. The combination of beautiful weather and a 6 year old make for long afternoons of 80s music and house cleaners. Needless to say, I’ve been stock piling all the tools I can get! The #1 most important cleaning item in our house is paper towels. 1/2 of our home is made up of windows, many of which are floor to ceiling and skimping on low brand paper towels is not an option. Bounty is one of the items in the Stock & Save Event at Walmart right now, so I grabbed this huge deal and Tot helped me take care of business.
The event has been running since March 29th and ends next Thursday, April 30th. You can purchase multiple P&G items with great savings, not just spring cleaning products!
- Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent
- Tide Simply Clean and Fresh Liquid Laundry Detergent
- Charmin Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong Toilet Paper
- Bounty Mega Roll Select-A-Size Paper Towels
- Luvs Super Absorbent Diapers
- Pampers Swaddlers Huge Pack
- Tampax Pearl Plastic, Super Absorbency
- Always Ultra Thin Long Super Unscented Pads
- Always Discreet Maximum Underwear
- Always Discreet Moderate Regular Length Pads
You can print or copy the below Stock & Save Event sheet and take it with you on your next shopping trip.
Tot and I picked up the Bounty and Charmin deals. You can never go wrong with having a stockpile of paper towels and toilet paper, especially in our house. They’re not only great for cleaning, but also for crafts and apparently car washes.
If you think about it, feminine products, diapers, toilet paper, paper towels and wash soap are items many of us typically purchase on a regular basis. Stocking up while they are in bulk at a lower price makes perfect sense. It’s always a part of spring cleaning to make room for new things, why not an area for extra items?
And (at least for me) I don’t have to run out of paper towels by the time I am finished with the windows. Especially if Tot is helping with his own rolls.