Posted: February 3, 2012

Head on over to the Bath & Body Works Coupon send page on facebook! Right now you can send a Valentine’s note to your friend, and included is a coupon for a FREE Signature Collection Travel Size Item, no purchase necessary ($5 Value –  valid 2/14-2/20)!  I sent one to my husband, it appeared on his facebook wall, so he can print it out and give back to me :)

There is also another Bath & Body Works coupon for a FREE Anti-Bac with any $10 purchase.  Valid through 2/5/12.

Thanks, My Frugal Adventures

Posted: February 3, 2012

Print the new $1.25/1 any alexia item coupon and score this sweet salty deal at Target:

Alexia Frozen Sweet Potato Fries, Potato Puffs or Onion Rings $3.09 (Price Cut thru 2/11)
Use the $1/1 Alexia Frozen Potatoes or Onion Rings Target store coupon
Plus,  use the $1.25/1 alexia oupon   (Zip 84660, click on Foods, page 2 for me)
Final Price= $0.84!

(Thanks, Couponaholic!)

Posted: February 3, 2012

Michael’s has a coupon valid (print it HERE) today and tomorrow 02/04 for $5 off any $5 purchase!  And you don’t have to print it, show it to them on your smartphone! They have Valentine’s for $4.99, so you can get a ring pop for $.39 and the Valentine’s and pay just $.38 for both!  They also have cheap stamps and several other items around $5, let me know what you get with this great coupon!

The wording on the coupon is confusing, but Michael’s has verified several times on their facebook page it is $5 off any $5 pre-tax purchase, NOT $5 towards your next purchase if you spend $5.

Don’t forget, score All You Magazine for just $1 per issue!

Posted: February 3, 2012

If you have wanted to test Xbox Live Gold you can do it for FREE this weekend (NOW through 2/5)! is now offering their Xbox LIVE Gold Membership for FREE for this weekend only!  All Gold account features are enables for users.  Pretty Awesome!

Thanks Logic Buy!

View more Freebies!

Posted: February 3, 2012

women eating healthily

Rising food prices are sometimes unavoidable, but smart shoppers can always find a way to cut their grocery bills while eating healthily. One of the best ways this can be done is by rediscovering Sunday paper coupon inserts. Teaming up with friends to share coupons and coupon resources (both online and offline) is also an excellent idea. Adjusting eating habits to match available coupons, while often somewhat difficult, can help even a frugal person stretch a grocery budget even more. Finally, when coupons alone just won’t cut it, buying bulk, unprocessed foods and signing up with a food coop can cut the weekly grocery bill to manageable proportions.

Long overlooked by hip couponers enamored with online coupons and mobile couponing, the good old Sunday paper is a great source of high discount coupons. Coupons in Sunday paper coupon inserts tend to emphasize traditional brands and usually cover such healthy staples as whole wheat flour, in season fruits, and heart healthy canned goods like beans and corn. Sunday paper coupons are not sexy, but a shopper can easily use them to trim the weekly grocery bill by a good 5% or more, while continuing to eat healthily.

When solo coupon hunting just isn’t enough, it’s time to enlist the help of your friends. Couponing can be a very social activity, and a wonderful way to keep in touch with others while saving money. The best way to go about group couponing is to have each individual in the group monitor different coupon websites and resources. For example, one person in the group can be charged with monitoring the Groupon webiste, and another can be asked to keep tabs on the website. If you have enough people in the group, it is very easy to collectively keep track of all the latest coupon deals.

Of course, when monthly budgets get really tight, it’s time to become more strategic about the food purchasing decisions you make each week. Start buying brands you can get coupons for in place of the brands you always purchase but can’t get discounts on. No one likes to go without their favorite brands, but there is often very little or no difference between popular brand-name foodstuffs and no-name foodstuffs. If you really want to save significant amounts of money on your food shopping, some small sacrifices will be necessary. Fortunately, sacrificing popular brand-name products does not mean you need to compromise with healthy eating. Cheap, less popular food products are almost always as healthy as the more expensive brands they compete with.

Sometimes couponing alone, even group couponing, won’t be sufficient on its own. Buying unprocessed foods in bulk is an excellent way to stretch your dollars and buy healthier food at the same time. Highly processed foods not only tend to be very expensive, they tend to be very unhealthy. Elaborately packaged processed foods are often loaded with sugar and fat, not at all what you need when trying to maintain a slim waistline and healthy cholesterol numbers. Be sure and try out some more unprocessed foods. They require more preparation time in the kitchen, but in the end both your expenses and waistline will be slimmer.

As a last resort to fight expensive food bills, you can always try food coops. Food coops are becoming more and more popular across America, and it is very simple to get involved in one. To get started, all you need to do is visit, and search for coops in your area. If you live in a larger city, there is almost certain to be a coop program in your area. If you live in a smaller area, you could consider starting a food coop of your own.

Coops are a great way to save on food bills primarily because they enable people to pool their resources and save money through economies of scale. Buying 500 eggs is cheaper per egg than buying 10 eggs. If you can find a food coop whose members share your same dietary tastes, you won’t have any problems saving about 10 to 15% more each month on food.

Posted: February 3, 2012

I used to send out once-per-day emails at 1:30pm EST, they will now be going out at 4:30pm EST.   This way many deals which are “today only” and posted after 1:30pm EST will arrive in your inbox before the day is over, and not the next day as was happening a lot.  :)

Let me know if you have any questions about this!

Posted: February 3, 2012


UPDATE: These are gone!  There is a new BOGO Free coupon for Purina Friskies (up to $0.56 value!) for the first 10,000 only!  At kmart, BOGO coupons automatically double IF the price is under $1. Their policy says double coupon days don’t apply to “BOGO offers” which means in-store promos, not bogo coupons! So use this coupon for 2 free cans of Purina Friskies! There’s more rules to their double coupon days, read my Kmart couponing guide to understand how to do them!  There’s one coming up tomorrow :

Posted: February 3, 2012

Today only (2/3) you can get Flick Kick Field Goal Android App from Amazon FREE!  Product Features are:

  • Detailed and realistic field goal kicking, complete with shifting winds and distances
  • Intuitive flick controls let you change the angle and curve of your kick with a flick of your finger
  • 360 degrees of wind direction–anything from a light breeze to gale force winds must be taken into account to succeed
  • Multiple game modes: Sudden Death, Arcade Mode, Time Attack, and Practice
  • Online leaderboards and achievements with OpenFeint score support

View more Freebies!

Posted: February 3, 2012

All You (1-year auto-renewal) is marked down to $12 right now, reg. $29.88!  It is setup for auto-renewal, however, cancel anytime using Amazon’s Magazine Subscription Manager and receive a refund for any unshipped issues.  $1 per issue is as low as I can remember seeing it, and this magazine is choke-full of high-value coupons!  Here’s the ones in February’s issue – it is not as great as some months.  Some months there are better coupons:

$1/1 Activia Harvest Picks, exp. 3/17/12
$1/1 All You Health and Fitness Special, exp. 4/13/12
$1/1 Anacin Product, exp. 3/31/12
$1/1 Arnicare Product, exp. 12/31/13
$0.55/1 Auro Product, exp. 3/31/12
$1/1 Danimals Crunchers, exp. 3/17/12
$1/1 Disney or Marvel Vitamins, exp. 3/6/12
$0.50/2 Dole Canned Pineapple, exp. 4/30/12
$0.50/1 Egg Beaters Product, exp. 4/1/12
$2/1 E.P.T. Product, exp. 3/6/12
$1/1 Ester-C Product, exp. 3/6/12
$5/1 Flex-A-Min Supplement, exp. 3/6/12
$1/2 Glade Candle, exp. 5/31/12
$0.55/1 Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned Vegetables, exp. 5/30/12
$0.50/1 Halls Product, exp. 3/2/12
$1/1 Hershey’s Bliss, exp. 3/20/12
$1/1 Jillian Michaels Pure Protein Whey Product, exp. 3/31/12
$4/1 K-Y Date Night, exp. 3/31/12
$1 off K-Y Yours & Mine wyb All You Magazine March Issue, exp. 3/30/12
$1 off L’Oreal Paris Preference wyb All You Magazine March Issue, exp. 3/30/12
$1/1 M&M’s Brand Product, exp. 2/20/12
$1/1 Mineral Ice, exp. 3/31/12
$0.50/1 Minute Rice, exp. 4/30/12
$1/1 Mrs. Paul or Van De Kamp’s Parchment Bake or Bonus Pack, exp. 3/2/12
$1 off Mucinex Fast Max Liquid wyb All You Magazine March Issue, exp. 3/30/12
$1/1 Nature’s Bounty, exp. 3/6/12
$0.75/1 Olivari Mediterranean Olive Oil, exp. 4/13/12
$1/1 Oscillococcinum Product, exp. 12/31/12
$3/1 Osteo Bi-Flex Soft Gels, Caplets, or Powder, exp. 3/6/12
FREE Sally Hansen Beauty Tool wyb Sally Hansen Nail Enamel, exp. 2/29/12 – here’s a great deal to use this on
$1.50/1 Similasan Product, exp. 3/31/12
$2/2 Summers Eve Product, exp. 4/30/12
$0.50/1 Udderly Smooth, exp. 5/1/12
$2/1 Urinozinc Item, exp. 8/31/12
$0.75/1 Weight Watchers Cheese, exp. 4/15/12
$2.50/1 Zantac Product, exp. 11/30/12
$2/1 Zicam Product, exp. 5/1/12

Posted: February 3, 2012

YMMV as always with clearance prices. I posted this deal yesterday with the $1/1 coupon, however if you don’t have that coupon, a new coupon just popped up that is printable that you can use:

RITE AID: Buy 2 Axe Deodorant, $1.49 (was $5.99)
Use $1.35/2  4oz Bodysprays, 2.7 oz Anti-perspirants and Deodorants
Or use  $1.00/1 Axe Body spray (4 oz), Anti-Perspirant (2.7 oz) and Deodorant (3 oz), excludes trial size from RP 1/8 (exp 2/4)
Final Price:  as low as $0.49!

Remember the rest of the Rite Aid clearance deals I posted yesterday too when you go in!

TARGET: Axe Deodorant, Twist, Dark Temptation, & other select varieties $2.44, Clearance Price
Regularly $4.04
Use $1.00/1 Axe Body spray (4 oz), Anti-Perspirant (2.7 oz) and Deodorant (3 oz), excludes trial size from RP 1/8 (exp 2/4)
OR use  $1.35/2  4oz Bodysprays, 2.7 oz Anti-perspirants and Deodorants
And Use $1/1 – Axe Deodorant or Body Spray, Excludes Trial Size, Target Coupon, click on Personal Care to see it (exp 3/3)
Final Price: as low as $0.44

Posted: February 3, 2012

I wish I had seen this sooner in the week, but you still have a time to get this deal at Rite Aid!  It’s a great money maker and since it is regular price you can get it even cheaper if you have a Gold or Silver discount!

Here’s the deal:

Brainstrong Kids, 30 ct, Gummies, $12.99 (reg price)
Use $2/1 Brainstrong printable (lower right)
Stack with $8/1 Brainstrong Video Values printable (Jan, NLA)
Pay:  $2.99 OOP, Submit for $10 SCR #24
Final Price:  FREE + $7.01 money maker!
If you get a 10% discount this is a $8.24 MM, if you get the 20% discount this is a $9.61 MM!

NOTE:  Make sure you buy the “Kids” Brainstrong.  The “Toddler” one is excluded from the rebate.

Thanks Mom’s Coupon Affair!

View more Rite Aid Deals!

Posted: February 3, 2012

I love Krispy Kreme doughnuts!  However, they totally ruin my trying to eat right!  I can’t eat just one.  Luckily I don’t have one nearby.  I like this offer though!  Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is having a Valentine’s Day Special Event where you get twelve FREE Valentine Cards when you purchase a dozen doughnuts.  So basically, Buy one dozen, get one freeEach Valentine card is good for a FREE doughnut of choice for you or for your Valentine. Offer good for one set of twelve cards per dozen purchased. While supplies last.

Thanks SMFM!

View more Freebies!

February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
February 3, 2012
Recent Comments
Recent Comments