Posted: January 26, 2010
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CUCKOO ALERT: this deal won’t last long. Get some really cute Valentine Cards free!  You can get 29 FREE plus FREE shipping from SeeHere.com HERE today.  Here is how:

  1. Open a new account at SeeHere.com today(if you’ve ordered before you must use a different email address).
  2. Pick a 4 x 8 card and personalize it any way you’d like.
  3. Add 29 cards to your cart.
  4. Use coupon code newbaby and you’ll receive 29 FREE 4 x 8 cards plus FREE Shipping too!

Here is my friend Frugalrimama.com’s card:

Vday Card

Isn’t it cute?  I love how you can personalize it with boarders, frames, sayings and more.  And it’s very easy to do too!

Thanks, FrugalRIMama.com!

Posted: January 26, 2010
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There are some great new coupons here available for Kraft! After you print each one, make sure to hit cancel on your printer so you don’t waste ink printing the ad that prints right after the coupon! Each coupon can be printed twice.

Save $1.00/4 Philadelphia Cream Cheese

Save $1.00/1 Velveeta Cheese

Save $1.00/2 Planters Mixed Nuts

Save $1.00/2 Capri Suns

Save $1.00/1 Grated Parm Cheese

Save $1.00/1 Oscar Mayer Meats

Save $1.00/1 Oscar Mayer Bologna

Save $1.00/1 Claussen Pickles

Save $1.00/2 Kraft Deluxe or Velveeta Shells and Cheese

My turn:

Will you print any of these coupons?

 

Posted: January 26, 2010
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Deals I did: (I used Rain Checks from last week’s ad – you can’t get these deals this week, I am just posting this so my weekly budget review is in order)

$25 Rite Aid Gift Card if you transfer a prescription to Rite Aid

Bayer Asprin $1.99
$2.00/1 – Bayer Asprin Ad Perks Coupon
Final Price: FREE

Kraft macaroni & Cheese Buy one get one FREE $1.79
B3G1F S12/13
Final Price: B1G3FREE

Spent $10 for my prescription
Made $25 gift card
Spent (12 boxes Mac & Cheese + 2 Free Bayers) = $5.94
Final Price: Made $9.06 (amount on my gift card which can be used later)

Posted: January 26, 2010
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If you haven’t gone yet, they were very stocked up!

Buy 3 Jumbo Packs of Huggies or Pampers Diapers or Training Pants, Receive $5 Target Gift Card

I bought 3 Easy-Ups & 3 Pampers Cruisers on one receipt, then I used my $10 in gift cards I got to lower my total by $10 on my next set of 3 Huggies diapers.

After I bought the Huggies, I used my $5 gift card from them to get Up Wipes which were on sale for $3.04 + I got grapes ($1.49/lb this week).

Here are the coupons I used:

3 Huggies $8.99
1 $2.00/1 – Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers – coupons.com
1 $3/1 – Huggies Little Movers Diapers Coupon I got in the mail from joining their mailing list
1 $2.00/1 – Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers – coupons.com

3 Pampers Cruisers (YES, Cruisers are on the sale!) I saved the most on these! $8.99
3 $2.00/1 Manufacturer’s coupon RP 12/6
3 $2.00/1 Pampers Cruisers Target Coupons from 1/3

3 Pampers Easy Ups $8.99
3 $2.00/1 Manufacturer’s coupon  PG 12/27
Now I needed these, otherwise I would have waited for a cuckoo-ier deal!

Saved: $41.50 with the sale, $15 in gift cards, and my coupons!

*Now if anyone is new here,  I have a 2 year old in pull-ups and a 10 month old in regular diapers (which would explain why I need so many!)


Posted: January 26, 2010
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This has nothing to do with couponing… but I love this new playlist thing I found, and hey it is free!!! If you are cruising on someone else’s blog, facebook page, etc… and you find a song you like, you can just click on “Add” and the song will be added to your own playlist.  What is on your playlist???

P.S. If anyone has  a playlist with more random songs than mine I’d love to see it, in fact I’ve got a coupon for Free Stacy’s Pita Chips for you (exp. 2/27/10)!

P.S.S. I have heard it looks like a joke playlist because who could really love Led Zepplin & Ace of Base? Yes I really do like all the songs on my playlist!


Get a playlist! Standalone player Get Ringtones

If you are ever on my site and want to hear any songs, this will be on the bottom right-hand corner.

Got a giveaway on your site? My Mister Linky page is here.

Posted: January 26, 2010
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Update: I got my card in the mail today! I went to Emergency Essentials in Provo and got two #10 cans of Egg Bowtie Noodles for $4.99 each; after my free $10 gift card  I paid $0.28 OOP!  Read below on how you can get your free $10 gift card too!

Here is what I did to get my free $10 gift card (which can be used online if you don’t live near an Emergency Essentials):

Gift Card Giveaway

Simply try Emergency Essentials free Food Storage Analyzer™ tool and write a quick review of it on your blog to receive a free $10 gift card from Emergency Essentials. Everyone gets their free $10 gift card good for their canned food items, which can be bought online or at one of their in-store locations!

You will receive a free $10 Emergency Essentials® gift card by doing the following:

  1. Go to the Food Storage Analyzer™ and create a free account – Click here to go to the Analyzer.
  2. Try out the Food Storage Analyzer™ – Click here for Analyzer instructions.
  3. Write a review of the Analyzer and post it on your blog and
  4. Important: Copy and paste the code in the box here (under step 5) to the bottom of your review post – this will add the red button to  the bottom of your post.
  5. Send an email to blog@beprepared.com with a link to your blog post. Put ‘Blog Post Giveaway’ in the subject line of the email so that we can verify your post and the button. Be sure to include your address so we can mail your gift card.

I love this analyzer. Like most mormons I am trying to get a one year food storage in case of job lose, famine or natural disasters.  I am a shy of my goal though; I used the analyzer and found that my current food storage is 130 days for my family of 4 people.  At least I know where I am at now.  What’s your food storage goal?  And what are you getting with your free $10 gift card?  I’ll let you know once I get my gift card what I get!

Posted: January 26, 2010
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Starting today, all items are closeout and market 20-70% off.  Ream’s Grocery Store is located at: 390 W. Center Street, Provo, UT

Posted: January 26, 2010
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And the winner of the 7th Generation Cleaner, Mousse Temptations & Yoplait Frozen Yogurt Giveaway is:

#18 “I became a fan on Facebook – Johannah Brookwell”

Enjoy your freebies! I have emailed you for your address. If I don’t hear back in 48 hours then I will select another winner.

Posted: January 25, 2010
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Tara posted a deal where Kashi has a new free sample offer available. Choose one of the following three:

  • GOLEAN Crisp! Toasted Berry Crumble cereal
  • TLC Dark Chocolate Coconut Fruit & Grain bar
  • GOLEAN Crunch! Honey Almond Flax cereal

My opinion? Throw the sample in your 72 hour emergency kit or your long-term food storage.  I think Kashi is so nasty tasting I would have to be starving to death to eat it.   Are there any takers out there?

Posted: January 25, 2010
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Cuckoo! Update: pair the rebate below with this $2/$10 purchase coupon here too!

Also use $1/1 (S 1/10-page 13) 3M coupons!

Spend $20, get $10 back is a hot deal! Print the rebate form here. Products must be purchased between 12/15/09 and 6/30/10.


Posted: January 25, 2010
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There’s a new coupon on RedPlum.com for $5 off any $25 purchase at Rite Aid.  It shows a picture of Rite Aid Pharmacy, but it is not a pharmacy coupon. Mine says it doesn’t expire until 3/31/2010. This is great for if you are too busy to watch Rite Aid Video Values to get the $5/$20 coupon, or if you were going to spend over $25 anyways!

Other coupon I like:

FREE $10 Game Play with purchase of $10 Game Play at Dave & Busters Redplum.com
Save $1.50/2 Kellogg’s Cereal Redplum.com
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Posted: January 25, 2010
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To request a copy of Walking to Gatlinburg, Secrets of Eden, or The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, go here. No purchase necessary, they just want to get work out about their new books. This offer  is CUCKOO and I suspect these will run out very quickly! I picked “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”, which book did you pick?

Thanks, Mummy Deals!

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