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    Surprising places to find bargans.

    I've been on aspirin therapy, taking 1 low dose pill a day. CVS sells generic 81mg, 120 tabs for 6.49, Menards sells generic 81mg 120 tabs for 1.69. Never really looked at medicine at Menards or food for that matter until yesterday. Sometimes you can find good prices in unexpected places.
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    We like Menards for candy! I think the brand we've been buying is Old Mill - Bill likes the cherry slices, I like the red twists, and we both like the gummy peach rings. I'll have to check out the other stuff, now that you've mentioned it.
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    I've always picked up things like cereal at CVS because it goes on sale for $1.99 and is $4+ most of the time at the grocery store, DH loves Honey Bunches of Oats and they aren't cheap so I guess it's a trade-off, I just need to watch a little more and see what other stores have to offer. I think once this is over you might see more stores carrying necessities like TP, household cleaners or canned goods so if this happens again they can be considered a necessary store and not have to close. If I were a store owner that is what I would do, have a shelf in the back with products with a very long shelf life, insurance to stay open if we have another shutdown in the fall or winter.
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