One thrift store visit this morning---
The Valentine stickers were 90% off so just 5 cents for both sheets.
My husband liked the $2 crystal frame.
The wood plaque was $1 and was something I was looking for so I can make a version of a Pinterest pin.
Remember last week I bought all that Farberware for a song?
I thought this big covered skillet was Farberware, but when I washed it and saw the marks, it is really that waterless cookware that used to be so popular. It is also very expensive. When I looked last week on EBay, there were a numbers of listings for waterless cookware but only one cover 12.5 inch skillet. And it was $299! I have shopped at thrift stores and yard sales for a long time but this is the best deal I have ever come across.
My husband is having eye surgery soon and he had a prescription for Vigamox eye drops. With his insurance, at CVS, his cost $20.
A relative just came down with a corneal ulcer, from wearing contact lenses too long. That relative also got a prescription for the same Vigamox and filled it at a locally owned drug store. That relative has a different employer but the same medical insurance. Unfortunately, that prescription cost $110.
The prescriptions were filled 9 days apart.
Needless to say, that relative will be going to CVS is future prescriptions are needed.
Frugal tip- pharmacies are not all the same. Ask others, call about prices, asked for generics- hopefully you won't pay $90 more the same tiny bottle of eye drops.