Glad you were able to get your rate situation taken care of with the insurance company @Fillies Fan. We finally got our money back from the car rental company on the tire that suddenly blew last autumn. We were assured by two or three representatives on the road that they'd reimburse us $200 -- even though the tire cost slightly more than that, however, they refused to give us any written confirmation of that, claimed they couldn't send e-mails and would only send a text about the form that needed to be filed. It turned out to be quite a fight with the rental desk that was SUCH a pain about trying to force us into an economy car instead of the full-size SUV we rented and had already paid for trying to place extra charges on our credit card three times even though the gas button broke the first time we filled the car! That was the place that finally VERY reluctantly gave us the SUV -- only to have the tire blow less than 100 miles later. DH had to write the CEO twice to finally get reimbursed for the tire. Apparently, the first CEO he wrote to quit during that period, so only the second letter was ever acknowledged. The other rental desks we dealt with -- including our local one -- were at least friendly and helpful about the numerous problems. Even the CEO routed us to helpful customer service people, but the problems caused by that one troublesome city's desk combined with numerous car problems were enough to turn us off the car rental company permanently. Today I asked DH to take care of a couple digital coupons that were going to expire if we didn't use them. We had a special $5/$5 coupon they sent us last week. There was also a coupon for $2 off CLIF Granola and I suspected it might be on sale. Unfortunately, that store won't allow you to check prices online without filling out a delivery order -- and our store doesn't do delivery. It turned out the granola was on sale, but you saved even more if you bought two bags, so DH decided to go that route. He also picked up a few additional deals he found. I considered the coupons to have come off the granola, since we would have purchased the other items anyway. Eight dollars minus the $2 and the $5 coupon made the granola two bags for $1. Not a bad deal.