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My Coupon Matchups by Store (CVS, Walgreens, Target, Meijer & Remke)

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New Printable Coupons | Store Deals | Couponing Bootcamp | Frugal Tips & Tricks

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Coupon Matchups by Store for Ads Beginning on Sunday and Monday.

Happy Couponing!


My Weekly CVS Deals Spreadsheet (New Ad begins on Sunday)

My Weekly Walgreens Deals Spreadsheet (New Ad begins on Sunday)

My Weekly Target Deals Spreadsheet (New Ad begins on Sunday)

My Weekly Meijer Deals Spreadsheet (New Ad begins on Sunday)

My Weekly Remke Deals Spreadsheet (New Ad begins on Monday)

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****I post my spreadsheets, by store, as I finish them each week. You are welcome to use my spreadsheets, but if you want to truly learn how to coupon, I suggest you create your own that fits YOU. My spreadsheets are tailored to my family’s needs and may not include every item that is on sale that week. See my Resources Page for guidance or use.

LEGO KidsFest Announces 2015 Tour Dates!

Lego KidsFest Announces 2015 Tour Dates!


Giant Family Expo Kicks Off 7th Year of National Tour

Phoenix, AZ: Feb. 27 – March 1 (University of Phoenix Stadium)
St. Louis, MO: March 20-22 (America’s Center)
Nashville, TN: April 17 – 19 (Music City Center)
Austin, TX: Sept. 4 – 6 (Austin Convention Center)

The LEGO KidsFest is a traveling LEGOextravaganza featuring millions of LEGO bricks and dozens of hands-on educational and fun building activities for all ages. It features dozens of life-sized LEGO models and displays, LEGO brand building areas, the Big Brick Pile, race ramps and more, all covering three acres of space.
Five identical sessions are available. Tickets are $22.50 and $19.50 for children under 12. For more information and to purchase tickets, log on to

Activities at Lego Kidsfest (activities are subject to change):

• LEGO Model Gallery: dozens of life-sized models made entirely from LEGO bricks

• Race Ramps: build a custom car, then race it down the ramp against friends and family

• LEGO Chima: choose a tribe and test battling skills with the whole family

• LEGO Star Wars™: build and display a Star Wars model

• Creation Nation: build your own creation to add to a custom map of the U.S.

• LEGO DUPLO®: younger visitors can explore imagination through building

• LEGO Retail: purchase LEGO merchandise and official KidsFest tour goods

• Brick Pile: a gigantic pile full of LEGO bricks for creative play and enjoyment

• Monochromatic Builds: bricks of a single color to foster group creativity

• LEGO Friends: build for the five empowered friends from Heartlake City

• LEGO Ninjago: spin the way to being a Spinjitzu member

• LEGO Mindstorms: build and program robots and snakes

• LEGO Fusion: test out a new, fun and creative way of combining real LEGO brick building with a smartphone or

• LEGO Technic: get hands-on with the cool, realistic vehicles at the booth

• LEGO Disney™ Princess: create a princess scene to add to a LEGO story book


More than 400 billion LEGO® bricks have been produced since 1949.

The LEGO® minifigure represents the world’s largest population of people! More than four billion minifigures have

been produced in the last 30 years. This is almost 12 times the population of the United States!

LEGO® minifigures are out of this world, literally. The two Mars Rovers have an image of the LEGO® minifigure

etched into their front grill.

Approximately seven LEGO® sets are sold each second.

There are about 62 LEGO® bricks for every one of the world’s six billion inhabitants.

Laid end to end, the number of LEGO® bricks sold in a year would reach more than five times around the world.

There are 915 million ways to combine six eight-stud LEGO® bricks.

Children around the world spend five billion hours a year playing with LEGO® bricks.

With a production of about 306 million tires produced a year, the LEGO® group is the largest producer of tires in

the world.

LEGO® is the contraction of two Danish words, “leg godt” which means “play well”.

More than 19 billion LEGO® elements are produced every year. More than 2.16 million LEGO® elements are

molded every hour, or 36,000 per minute.

It took 50 hours and 68,000 LEGO bricks to make the storybook in the LEGO Disney Princess at the shows.

The largest LEGO Model ever built is the life sized X-Wing fighter. It took more than 17000 hours to build over 5m

bricks and 46000 pounds.

By 2020, LEGO’s aim is to make sure that 100% of its energy will be balanced by renewable energy sources.

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