Posted: March 21, 2010

My daughter got this one last time this deal was offered. Not really her favorite DVD, but if you have a boy I bet he’d like it more. And it’s free so if not… Well go here to request yours free+ free shipping, no promo code needed.

Posted: March 21, 2010

$2/1 DVD coupons available:

  • Aquamarine
  • Black Stallion
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  • Dr Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts
  • Flicka
  • Legally Blondes
  • Pebble and the Penguin

$5/1 Blu-ray Coupons Available

  • Big on Blu-ray
  • Cheaper by the Dozen 2 on Blu-ray
  • Igor on Blu-ray

Don’t forget about Toy Story $10/1 coupons and Princess and the Frog coupons!

Thanks, Couponing To Disney!

Posted: March 20, 2010

I already have Toy Story 1, but not Toy Story 2, so I was looking for a coupon just for it!

Go to Disney Movie Rewards, login, enter code:
786936294507 for $10/1 Toys Story 1
and enter code 786936294521 for $10/1 Toys Story 2

Now you could buy just one or the other, or here’s a deal for both:

Toys R Us Deal Scenario:
Toy Story Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack $16.99
Toy Story 2 Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack $16.99
– two $10/1 coupons (see above)
Final Price= $13.98 + 2 FREE Movie Tickets valued at up to $8.50 each to see Toy Story 3!

I am sure more rebates will be coming around soon to go with this deal!

(Thanks, Couponing To Disney & Good Deal Mama!)

Posted: March 19, 2010

I posted a giveaway previously of the Danny the Dragon Book with CD.  I just wanted to mention also that I received an accompanying DVD.  This is not a normal DVD.  It reads along with the book and shows the artwork from the book yes; but it has a feature that is truly unique. It has a lady off to the side of the screen signing (using sign language!) for the entire book as it is being read out loud.

If you have a child who is deaf, the chances of them getting left out of many children’s sound books and DVD’s is great. I think if either of my children were deaf I would love for them to have this special DVD that makes them feel like they are being read to.  Many parents of deaf children have a hard time learning to sign, and if more DVD’s like this were made, it would make learning to communicate with their kids much easier and enjoyable.

Kuddos to the author Tina Turbin for being an advocate for deaf children!  She is also an advocate for celiac disease; which is why I asked her about gluten-free recipes in her upcoming Danny the Dragon cookbook.

I recently interviewed Tina and asked her about some previous projects and upcoming ones:

DEIDRE: Will the Danny the Dragon cookbook be mostly gluten-free recipes? TINA: The first one will  most definitely be for gluten-free individuals but with activities for everyone. So far it uses items such as an Easy Bake Oven, now and then too.
DEIDRE: I think if I was a parent of a deaf child I would want all my children’s DVD’s to have sign language so they could feel less left out and enjoy it with other children.  Such a great idea!
TINA: Thank you Deidre….:)
DEIDRE: Are you making all of the Danny the Dragon books available on DVD with sign language for deaf children?  TINA: At this point we have not decided. We will need to see after the release of this first one, April 15th.
DEIDRE: Does this increase the ease of teaching deaf children to read, having the words signed along side the book? TINA: Yes, and it also helps the child to be included in “being read to” with a picture book to look at next to the signing, and makes reading fun. When a child attributes FUN to something they are more inclined to do it more- hence learn to read.

DEIDRE: I am so glad I was able to review the DVD and books with my children, thank you so much!

TINA: You are very welcome and thank you for all you are doing too.
Posted: March 18, 2010

The Princess And The Frog The Princess and The Frog on DVD and Blu  ray

Update: Another $5 rebate has been added.  Please note because there are only 2 UPC’s on each DVD; you must choose 2 of the 3 rebates to do.

The Princess and the Frog will be released next Tuesday, March 16th. You can go here for a $10 off Blu-ray or here (IE) or (FF) for $5 off regular DVD coupon.

+ $5 mail in rebate when you buy the movie and any roll of FrogTape Multi-surface (24mm, 36,mm or 48mm) painters tape. (photocopies of receipts are acceptable, so you can do both rebates!)

+ $5 mail in rebate when you buy 2 boxes of Band-Aids and the movie (Thanks Bargain Divas!)

+ $5 mail in rebate when you buy 2 boxes of Success Rice and the movie (Thanks, Mama Wants A New Pair of Shoes)

= $20 off The Princess and the Frog!

Where to get Bandaids:

Diego Bandaids at Target: 10 ct $1.18- $1.24
-$1/1 RP 1/3
Final price: 18 cents-24 cents

This movie is $15.99 at Walmart & Target, at Kmart you get a Princess Tiana doll for $.99 if you buy it and the movie in the same transaction!

Thanks for the heads up on this great deal, Couponing to Disney!

Posted: March 16, 2010

Disney Movie Rewards are free codes you get when you purchase Disney DVD’s or you can turn your ticket stubs in for them. Sometimes they release general codes everyone can use.

I entered my Princess and the Frog DVD code (from inside the package) and got 100 points! This is a one-time only code; if you get the DVD remember to enter yours.

I am a fan of Disney Rewards on Facebook, and they just released the code:

“heart” for 10 points

Older codes you may still enter:

“i” for 10 points

“9FTMRYWEK” for 50 pts

“FM39V03SSW” for 5 pts

50 points at end of this video

100 point survey

I am saving up for Disney Princess Party 2 Disc Set, I’m over half way there. What are you using your rewards for?

Thanks for the last 4, Freebies 4 Mom!

Posted: March 16, 2010

Tonight my giveaways for “What’s In The Bible Animated DVD” and “$50 Safeway and Affiliates Gift Card” end.

What’s in the Bible only has 18 entries, so chances of winning are super high!  $50 Safeway only has 102 entries, pretty good odds for a $50 gift card!

Posted: March 16, 2010

Remember how I told you here how I got a free Disney DVD on my birthday from Disney Movie Rewards? Well, it came in the mail and was a Blu-Ray, which I don’t have  a player for it.   So I exchanged it today at Walmart for the items above.  It was valued at $24.99! Walmart doesn’t make you exchange with receipts if you are exchanging an unopened Blu-Ray for DVD, and since I said I didn’t have a Blu-Ray player they were happy to exchange “Meet The Robinsons” for “Princess and the Frog”.

I also used $5 off Disney’s Princess and the Frog Coupon the (DVD was priced at $15.99). I am going to do the rebates I talked about here.  Frog tape wasn’t at my Walmart, let us know if you find it anywhere!

I just got my coupons in the mail for free Nanano Soy Sauce.

Most Jumbo Packs of diapers were marked down to $8, a pretty sweet deal combined with $3/1 Pure and Naturals coupon + $1.50/1 Easy Ups coupon.

I got the Tiana band-aids because the fine print on the $5 mail-in-rebate states that it is only good on participating band-aids, and since it has a picture of Princess Tiana on the rebate form I thought I’d play it safe!

After I used up my $24.99 credit from taking back the Blu-Ray movie I got FREE, I only had to pay $3! I would have never even thought of doing this before couponing; I am so grateful for my friends who introduced me to it!

Have you looked at my list of ongoing Walmart deals? I just did a trip last week that I just found the picture for and I got a lot of deals from that list!

Posted: March 15, 2010

Disney’s The Princess and the Frog DVD, $15.99 at Target
$5/1 The Princess and the Frog DVD coupon here OR Firefox link
$5 Band-Aids mail-in rebate – remember get Band-Aids for $1 at Rite Aid this week
$5 FrogTape mail-in rebate
Final price=  only $.99!

OR for DVD & BluRay $26.99, use $10 off coupon, Final Price = $6.99!

Thanks, CouponingToDisney!

Posted: March 10, 2010

BestBuy.com has 40 DVD’s normally $14.99 marked down to $4.99 + Free shipping

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – Widescreen Dubbed
    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – Widescreen
  • Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle Dolby
  • SLC Punk – Widescreen
  • 88 Minutes – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Fantastic Four – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Legally Blonde 1 & 2- Widescreen
  • Napoleon Dynamite – Widescreen Fullscreen Dubbed
  • Underworld – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • The Covenant – Widescreen Fullscreen Dubbed
  • Resident Evil: Extinction – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Starship Troopers (2 Disc) – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Kung Fu Hustle – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Edward Scissorhands – Widescreen Anniversary
  • White Chicks – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • The Foot Fist Way – Widescreen Dubbed Subtitle AC3
  • Material Girls – Widescreen Fullscreen Dubbed

Go to BestBuy.com to find the full list on their site:

  1. go to  Movies Picture
  2. go to the Sale Price (this is a blue button.)
  3. go to the $4.99 Movie Link + free shipping!

Thanks Kiddo Savings

Posted: March 10, 2010


UPDATE: Giveaway has ended. Random.org picked #10, Ann “I am a fan on facebook.”

This Children’s DVD uses puppets to explain: the overall concept of the Bible, from who wrote it, why, how it all came together in one piece. Then it uses cartoons to explain: the individual stories in the bible.

I liked the cartoon parts of the DVD better then the puppets part. I think What’s In The Bible is more for children at least 5 years old. It moves too quickly and is too packed with information for any younger child.

There were 2 specific statements made that I disagreed with; you can email me if you want to know specifics.  I did think it did a good job of explaining about the creation when Moses wrote “Day” it could have meant God’s day, which could be thousands or millions of years in Earth days.  It also explained selfishness very well.

You can learn more at Whatsinthebible.com.

Giveaway: 1 Winner will get certificates for 2 free DVD’s: “What’s In The Bible” In The Beginning and Let My People Go


You must submit another comment for each extra entry (extra entries are optional):

  1. Leave a comment telling me anything about the Bible or other DVD’s your children like.
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There are now a total of 6 entries available per person! (Please be sure to leave separate entries for each one.)

Entry is open to US residents only.  Winner will be drawn between 10-11pm MST on Tuesday, March 16th. Winner will be chosen using a third party site, random.org, and contacted by email. If you are a winner, you’ll have 48 hours to respond or an alternate will be chosen.  Winner will have gift certificates  mailed to them that can be redeemed at most Christian book stores for free copies of both DVDs. Blog Review Disclosure: I was in no way paid for this review and this is my honest opinion, I was given the opportunity to do this review with copies of the DVD’s by Tyndale.com
Posted: March 9, 2010

Enter code “i” for 10 Disney Movie points.

Haven’t signed up yet? Remember to enter in your birthday, because you get a free DVD on your birthday!  Plus, enter in codes from Disney DVD’s or CD’s and get points that can be used for  free DVD’s or other Disney items!

Thanks, KC Penny Pinchin Mama!

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