I love click sites like Swagbucks.com or Zoombucks.com . I like to watch my credits increase. I like saving myself money as I redeem my points for gift cards. I like knowing that I have given my family a little breathing room by participating in these sites. Here are a few ways I use click sites.
Most points sites have a reward system and many of the rewards are gift cards. This is a great way to save money. You can give a gift card as a gift or you can save it for yourself. You can even get Paypal gift cards with some point sites and use it as a little extra un-budgeted money. By earning these little rewards you can save yourself a little in your everyday budget or spending.
Earn Points While Shopping
While shopping use a points site to get points or money back for every dollar you spend. Even if you’re only spending ten dollars, it’s worth the effort to get those points or cash back on your purchase. It’s a good way to save money online even when you can’t find a sale, coupon, or discount to make the cost of your purchase lower.
Many sites have coupons that you can clip and print out, but on points for click sites you get points for doing so. That can add more to the amount that you are saving.
Sometimes points sites can be buggy. Other times they are a gateway for spam and advertisements. Be sure to scan your computer for virus, spyware, or malware often if you use these sites. Clear your cookies often. Also be aware that any trial that you sign up for most likely has an ending that you will only be notified of while signing up. Keep track of these to cancel before ending up with a bill.
It’s possible to be thrifty and healthy. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t get good deals on organic food. Know your price points and be free to shop for deals anywhere, including Whole Foods.
◾Organic Cherry Tomatoes $3.00
◾Organic Raspberries 3/$10
◾Organic Green Leaf Lettuce $.99/each
Honest Tea Lemonades $1.00 (32 oz)
Immaculate Baking Organic Cookie Dough $3.50
Use one $.75/1 Immaculate Baking Product Coupon
Final Price = $2.75
Evolution Fresh Organic Juice $3.00
Use one $1/1 Evolution Fresh Coupon in the Mambo Sprouts Spring 2014 Book (exp 8/31)
Final Price = $2.00
Earth Balance Organic Coconut Spread $3.99
Submit for $1 Earth Balance Ibotta Rebate
Final Price = 2.99
Three Twins Organic Ice Cream $3.99
Use one $1/1 Three Twins Ice Cream Coupon
Final Price = $2.99
Rising Moon Organic Ravioli $3.69
Use one $1/1 Rising Moon Coupon
Final Price = $2.69
Runa Organic Tea $1.99
Submit for $1 Runa Bottled Tea Ibotta Rebate
Final Price = $.99
Honest Kids Organic Fruit Punch $4.49 (64 oz)
Use one $.75/1 Honest Kids Coupon
Final Price = $3.74
Suja Organic Juice $8.99
Submit for $1 Suja Ibotta Rebate
Final Price = $7.99
Tom’s Of Maine Deodorant & Toothpaste $3.99
Submit for $1 Tom’s Of Maine Ibotta Rebate
Final Price = $2.99
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Fruit is one of the highest priced items on our grocery list. While fruit in a can is less expensive my little guys prefer fresh fruit. I prefer fresh fruit as well. I don’t have to check to see what liquid it has been packed in. Most of the time it saves me on dishes to serve my child a whole fruit. So there are a few rules we follow when buying fruit.
Buy In Season Often a fruit is less expensive when it is bought in season. It’s even less expensive if it’s something grown in the area which you live in. Stores don’t need to pay to have the fruit in question imported and then pass that price on to you. Nor do you have to pay for the fruit in question being in high demand with a limited supply. It also means that your produce will be very fresh.
Pick Your Own In many areas there are farms that allow people to come and pick their own berries or harvest their trees for a price. It’s usually a much lower price than you would find at a grocery store. The fruit then can be canned, bottled, frozen, juiced, or just eaten raw. In the long run going to pick your own produce can save you money in a variety of ways when you also have the skills to preserve food.
Grow Your Own When you choose to grow your own fruit be sure you choose the right type of fruit. Some plants you can plant, water, and forget until the next day. Others require more time and effort. Some berry bushes won’t even produce fruit unless you have two. Do your research! Still after you have set up a little fruit garden, you can grow a decent amount of fruit and save some money when it comes to your groceries.
As always there are some great deals on organic produce at Sprouts this week. My favorite deals this week are the organic kale and the organic bell peppers. If you ever price organic bell peppers of any color, you know that getting them for less than a dollar each is virtually a steal. There are also great prices on organic grapes and organic Gala apples (which happen to be one of my favorite kinds of apples)! Remember that sale prices vary from region to region. So, be sure to check your local store for the most accurate information about what be on sale when you head to your store.
◾Organic Red or Green Grapes $1.98/lb
◾Organic Celery or Green Bell Peppers $.98/each
◾Organic Gala Apples $1.98/lb
◾Organic Romaine Lettuce $1.50
◾Organic Blackberries or Raspberries $2.98
◾Organic Kale $1.50
Sunshine Organic Veggie Burgers $3.00
Use one $1/2 Sunshine Burgers Sprouts Coupon
Final Price = $2.50
Back To Nature Organic Mac-N-Cheese $1.50
Use one $1/1 Back To Nature Coupon (Facebook)
Final Price = $.50
Simply Organic Spice Packets $1.00
Use one $1/3 Simply Organic Coupon
Final Price = $.67
DOUBLE AD WEDNESDAY DEALS
◾Organic Grape Tomatoes $2.50 (1 dry pint)
◾Organic Red or Green Grapes $1.98/lb
◾Organic Cantaloupes $.48/lb
◾Organic Pink Lady Apples $1.98/lb
◾Organic Strawberries $2.98 (6 oz)
◾Organic Bartlett Pears $1.50/lb
◾Organic Table Carrots $2.98 (5 lb bag)
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