Walgreens: Free 8×10 Photo Print

Posted on May 7th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

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Walgreens: Free 8×10 Photo Print – Use code FREE2PRINT at checkout and select “In Store Pickup.” Ends May 9th.


Free Museum Admission for Bank of America Customers

Posted on May 1st, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

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Bank of America customers get free admission to many museums on the first weekend of each month. Check it out HERE!


A Few New Printable Coupons!

Posted on April 30th, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Looking for more savings? These coupons will help! Print now. :)

$1.00 off any (1) SPLENDA Sweetener, Granulated $1.00 off (1) 4-pack Danimals Squeezables Yogurt $1.00 off THREE Old El Paso™ products $1.00 off any two cartons of Swanson Broth $1.00 off any one Mitchum $3.00 off one Mitchum Men's or Women's Clinical $1.00 off any one (1) LLOYD'S Barbeque product


New Printable Coupons!

Posted on April 28th, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Stretching that grocery budget is a must in this house! It probably is in your house too. Print these new coupons and enjoy the savings. :)

$2.00 off (2) Carnation Breakfast Essentials $1.00 off El Monterey Taquito or Mini Chimi Snack $1.00 off (3) El Monterey Single Serve Burritos $1.00 off El Monterey Signature Burritos $2.00 off (1) package of HUGGIES Diapers $2.00 off PULL-UPS Training Pants $2.00 off (1) GOODNITES Product $0.50 off (1) HUGGIES Wipes 32 ct. or larger $10.00 off (1) Nicorette or NicoDerm products $0.50 off ONE Bounce Product $2.00 off ONE Gain Flings 31 ct or larger $0.75 off ONE Gain Laundry Detergent $0.50 off ONE Gain Fabric Enhancer $0.50 off ONE Downy Product $1.00 off TWO Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Gone Nutty $1.00 off THREE Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Pastries $5.00 off Purina Beneful Dry Dog Food $5.00 off one bag of Purina ONE Dry Dog Food $1.00 off (1) Butterball Chef Selects Entree $1.00 off 2 packages of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese $0.50 off any One (1) Purex Powder 22oz or larger $3.00 off any TWO Purex Laundry Detergent 90oz $1.00 off (1) Purex Baby Liquid detergent $0.75 off any TWO (2) TEMPTATIONS™ Treats $1.00 off two Purex Liquid Detergent or UltraPacks $0.50 off any ONE (1) Kandoo product BOGO Free Playtex Sport Pads, Liners or Combo pk


When At First You Don’t Succeed…

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

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My brother used to always tell me that when at first you don’t succeed, sky diving is not for you. While I firmly believe he was right about sky diving, that doesn’t make it  true about money saving methods. In fact in spite of these ideas may not work out for you the first time, in the long run they can still save you money using them.

Learning Curve

Let’s take the money saving idea of cooking your own meals from scratch rather than buying fast food, meals in a bag, and bagged bread. Cooking is a skill and like all skills, has a learning curve. Your first loaf of bread may not turn out the way you hoped. If it makes you feel any better, mine didn’t even look like a loaf. You may discover you only skimmed the recipe and you have tried to stick two loafs worth of bread dough into one pan. It happens. It’s just a learning experience to help you avoid future mistakes.

Time In Life

Clipping coupons may not be something you would pursue while living single with the belief you can live off of cup of noodle soups and peanut butter sandwiches. You don’t have the storage space to build a coupon fueled food storage. You don’t have the gas to go to six different stores and the time to hunt down the smallest product size in each. Besides, the generic brand is usually less expensive even with a coupon.

When you become a married parent trying to fuel that formula and diaper bill with no expanded income to make ends meet (and they were barely touching to begin with) you may want to revisit that whole coupon thing, or cloth diaper idea. Where it wasn’t helpful before, it can be vital now.

 


New Printable Coupons!

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Enjoy some extra savings this week with these new printable coupons!

Buy 3 Hunt's Canned Tomatoes, Get 1 Free $1.00 off one (1) package of Gardein $0.70 off any one True Citrus Product $1.00 off Campbell's Slow Kettle Style soup $2.00 off SHEBA Cat Food and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off AVEENO Moisturizer and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off AVEENO Scrub and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off (1) Persil Proclean™ Laundry Detergent $2.00 off Purina Pro Plan brand Dog Snack $1.00 off Purina Pro Plan brand Cat Snack or Chew $2.50 off any EIGHT (8) Gerber Organic pouches


More New Coupons!

Posted on April 20th, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Let’s start the week off with more new printable coupons! Enjoy the savings. :)

$0.75 off any TWO Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bars $0.75 off two Silk Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative $1.25 off any one BEAR NAKED Granola or Bars $2.00 off ONE (1) IAMS Dry Dog Food $0.75 off ONE Tampax Pocket Pearl Product $1.00 off Any Two (2) Tai Pei Single Serve Entrees $1.00 off (1) Jose Ole Snack 16 oz or larger $1.50 off Any One (1) Tai Pei Appetizer 16-24 oz $1.00 off two Delimex Frozen Taquito products $0.50 off ONE Kellogg's Frosted Flakes Cereal $7.00 off Non-Drowsy Claritin Allergy Product $0.50 off any Palmolive Liquid Dish Soap $5.00 off Philips Sonicare brush head multi-pack $10.00 off Philips Sonicare 2 Series or 3 Series $15.00 off Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ or Platinum $2.00 off Philips Sonicare PowerUp toothbrush $1.00 off Softsoap brand Body Wash $1.00 off any TWO (2) DOLE Jarred Fruit


Reusable Household Items You Can Use Instead of Disposables

Posted on April 10th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

Reusable Alternatives

We use a lot of disposable items in our society today. And I totally understand—once, when our apartment building had a big leak and we didn’t have water for a full day, I ran out to buy disposable plates. There was something incredibly wonderful about throwing the plates and utensils in the trash after meals instead of spending time washing everything, but it’d be difficult to make that sustainable. Not only did we make tons more trash than we usually do, but disposables certainly add up financially over time. And I totally admit that if we didn’t have an Earth to save and our trash totally just vanished into a black hole, I’d be the first in line to stop washing dishes and convert to disposables! But if you need some help being thrifty and cut down on your use of disposable products, try these replacements:

Towels instead of paper napkins and paper towels—The easiest way to do this is just to go to your local favorite store that sells kitchen towels and buy a ton of them on sale. Sure, you can buy fancy lace-lined linen cloth napkins, but a couple small 4-packs of barcloths work just as well for everyday, non-dinner-party days. If you’re willing to spend a little more money (or are very crafty), some businesses sell rolls of reusable towels that come in rolls like paper towels but Velcro together, so you can still keep a roll out on your counter.

Cloth diapers instead of disposables—Don’t leave! Don’t stop reading yet! Cloth diapers have come a really long way in the last ten to twelve years or so. There’s no need for pins and plastic pants—modern cloth diapers can come all in one piece and snap or Velcro together. They’re just as easy to use as disposables, but are reusable! You needn’t use them all the time, either—we use cloth at home and disposables while we’re out and about. Any little bit of money saved is… well… money saved.

Handkerchiefs instead of Kleenex—Disposable tissues definitely have their place. I shudder to think of the crazy germs that would be spread if we made every school child use handkerchiefs instead of tissues in the classroom! But think about using handkerchiefs at home for everyday use instead of tissues. They may even be gentler on your poor, chafed nose than tissues!

What other reusable products do you use around your home instead of disposables?


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