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Posted: February 18, 2010
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Pampers

If you are not a member of Pampers Gifts to Grow points system, now is the time to sign up! 60 points today, plus 10 more if you enter in three bags worth off codes (codes are found on Pampers products).  Use these codes for free products and to enter to win a year supply of diapers. Go here to Pampers to enter your codes:

GTGPLAY2USA2010

GTGTEAMUSA2010

Thanks, Koupon Karen, & Deal Seeking Mom!

Posted: February 17, 2010
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Spend $50 and get $25 Off your Next Order at PacSun.com

The $25 off your next order can be used in-store as well.  The above hoodie is marked down to $19.99 from $59.50.  Now is the time to buy winter clothes – Fall is the time to buy summer clothes at cuckoo cheap prices.

Posted: February 4, 2010
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The first 100 to sign up here each Friday starting at 7 am Mountain Time will get a FREE Package of Hanes Socks! I suggest logging on early..I imagine the site will  be very busy! This will take place each Friday thru 3/31/10. Good Luck!

Thanks Heather!

Posted: January 30, 2010
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Kmart week of 1/31 – 2/6:

Get a $10 Kmart Gift Card wyb 4 pouches of Hershey Pieces Candy.

Scenerio:
4 Hershey Pieces Pouches 2/$5
Use (4) $1/1 Coupons (1/31 SS)
Pay $6 + Tax
Submit for the $10 Gift Card = FREE + $4 Money Maker
The Gift Card is via Mail in Certificate which prints out at the same time as your reciept and the Gift Card is $10 toward future Hershey Products. Maybe I can get it back in time for Easter Treats?
Thanks, Saving Money In Missouri
Posted: January 27, 2010
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Go to IE Link or Firefox Link to print a coupon for $1.25/1 off Yoplait Frozen Smoothies.  Last time I was in Walwart these were on rollback for $2.50.

Five weekly emails each with a dollar off coupon for Multi-Grain Cheerios
Bottom-Right side of the page here

My Turn:
Will you print either of these coupons?
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Posted: January 18, 2010
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Small Wonders Newborn Astrological Bodysuit
WOW! CUCKOO ALERT CUCKOO ALERT!!

Time to stock up! Kids clothes at Sears.com are $1.19 each! Many items are on sale, but since I posted this yesturday prices are going up! Some deals end on the 19th, others the 23rd, so hurry! I assume these are going to go boot scoot and buggin fast!  Those little white onesies in the picture above? $0.19 each!!! Go here kids clothes to get 15 new outfits for about $20, what an awesome baby shower gift!

I wish I knew how to make words flash and scroll across the screen! Pretend those “Cuckoo Alerts” are doing that, ok?

Use promo code SEARS5off50 to save $5 if you spend over $50! Thanks for the heads up, frugalistacafe.com

Toughskins Infant Boy's Short Sleeve Jersey Polo with Pocket

WonderKids Toddler Girl's Estrellita Short Sleeve Hispanic Tee

Posted: January 17, 2010
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Limited Time Offer Tide Stain Release Packs are $5.00 at Walmart
$3.00/1 (PG 12/27) Limited Time Offer Pack
Final Price: $2.00

I love these!!! With a two year old and a 10 month old I just use one of these in every wash because something has a stain in it.  No more scrubbing for me!  These coupons expire Jan. 31, so you could hold out for a better deal, but if none roll around then make sure to pick this up at Walmart before the coupon before it expires.

Posted: January 12, 2010
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Part of the ABC’s of Couponing Guide

Target Holiday Clearance Schedule (most stores are similar)
50% off – marked down on the day after the holiday, usually lasts for three days
75% off – marked down on the fourth day after the holiday, usually lasts for three days
90% off – marked down on the seventh day after the holiday, usually lasts for 1-3 days

JANUARY – Historically, Quaker has hot deals on cereal/all items. We see Pepsi/Tostitos go on sale mid-January (again, rebates abound for these). Other items of note this time of year are chili, side dishes, anything for hearty/warm meals.
• Post-Holiday Sales
• White Sales
• Sports and Weight Loss Equipment
• Computers
• Winter Apparel and Accessories
· Organizers, Rubbermaid totes, shelf organizers, planners, filing cabinets

FEBRUARY – many of the same food items as January
• Electronics
• Floor Coverings
• Housewares
• Furniture
• Candy and Chocolates

MARCH – Frozen food month. You’ll find many stores are offering free freezers or fill-a-bag deals. Between March and April, look for spring cleaning deals, so many cleaner items will be on sale. With Easter, looks for eggs, ham, Kraft products to cycle into good sales. Paper products like towels, napkins, plates are starting to come on strong. Beverage items.
• Spring Apparel and Accessories
• Winter Sports Equipment
• Gardening Supplies
• Luggage

APRIL –
• Spring Apparel and Accessories
• Coats and Hats
• Paint
• Wallpaper
• Jewish Foods and Eggs

MAY – get ready for summer! Here come loads of deals on BBQ sauce, frozen veggies, baked beans, and condiments of all kinds, summer-time meats (ribs, hotdogs, and ground beef). Also with all the holidays, look for tons of paper goods that match the holiday and pick them up after clearance. These deals generally continue through September!
• White Sale – Linens and Towels
• Spring Cleaning Supplies
• Auto Maintenance
• Home Maintenance
• Sodas & Bottled Water, Hotdogs, Hamburger Meat, Condiments, Paper & Plastic plates & cups
* Raid/Off bug repellents and sunscreens

JUNE –
• Summer Apparel and Accessories
• Pianos
• Television Sets
• Building Materials and Hardware
• Dairy Products

JULY –
• Air Conditioners
• Summer Sports Equipment
• Sportswear
• Craft Supplies
• Sodas, Hotdogs, Hamburger Meat, Condiments

AUGUST –
• White Sale – Linen and Towels
• BBQ and Patio Equipment
• Back to School Supplies
• Bathing Suits
• Fresh Fish and Vegetables
• Breakfast foods (Cold cereal-Juice-Waffles-etc)
• Cold lunch items for in lunch boxes

SEPTEMBER – back to school; time to fill up on snacks! Pudding cups, Capri suns, fruit snacks, cereal sales start up hard again, peanut butter/jelly. Also, like clockwork, there will be Prego coupons in August, and plan on getting lots and using them in a hurry before they expire in September when the spaghetti sauce goes on sale. Sauce wars between Ragu and Prego this month. Campbell’s soups will go on as well and there will be coupons in the end of August for these as well. Lunchables are on sale this time of year, too.
• Back to School Supplies and Apparel
• Gardening Supplies
• Housewares
• Bicycles
• Canned Goods

OCTOBER –
Stock up on holiday foods – Stove Top, turkey, instant mashed potatoes, broth, cranberries, marshmallow, ice cream, pie shells, whipped cream, pudding. Look for great Kraft deals again this time of year. Piggyback those Kraft coupons when you can. Crackers are a biggie – going on for $1 or less a box. Lots of extra deals like $ off cheese WYB crackers. The real kicker is the after Christmas food deals! Save your coupons because pie fixings, fried onion, broth and canned green beans will be on deep discount. I got those onions for .50 a can, normally almost $4. These generally continue through December.
• Cars
• Houses
• Fishing Equipment
• Crystal, Silver, and Glassware
• Candy
· Baking/candy-making items (choc chips, sprinkles, vanilla, corn syrup, nuts, etc)

NOVEMBER –
• Winter Apparel and Accessories
• Quilts and Blankets
• Heating Devices
• Turkey, Sweet Potatoes
• Canned goods (soup, chicken broth, condensed milk, veggies etc)
• Baking goods

DECEMBER –
• Toys
• Gift Items
• Party ware
• Post-Holiday Sales
• Party Foods, Baking Goods, and Various Meat
• Canned goods (broth, soups, etc)

Year-round: after a holiday, you can always pick up cheap cookie dough and any food related to a holiday.

Continual sales: candy, popcorn, chips, anything snacky, cereal (heavier in the fall/winter, but still around in the spring).

Produce: Cheapest when they are in-season  (see picture above).  You can stock up and can what you don’t use for later. I am new to canning but I have done strawberry freezer jam – its the easiest! I personally don’t can food as except this and Huckleberry jam… Wow just typing the word Huckleberry has my mouth watering!

Frozen food sales: seem to centralize on a brand and the switch brands the next month. I think the manufacturers buy slot time for sales. So last month, Stouffers was on sale hard, now lean cuisine is. Save the entire frozen coupon and then keep checking back for the brand of the month.

Frozen pizzas: go on sale in the fall and then again the spring; not often in the summer because people don’t want to turn their ovens on in the summer.

By all means, this isn’t everything that you can get on sale, but if you follow the cycle and stock up (I never buy BBQ sauce in the winter), then you can get where you have enough on hand and only need to refill when the items are in season. The result is that you spend less and less with each successful cycle.

Thanks for the tips PYP!

Posted: January 8, 2010
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I don’t know about you but I print coupons (print restaurant coupons) all the time so I have to buy a lot of ink cartridges. I was looking around the web today and I found a couple good deals on cheap ink jet cartridges:

1. 123inkjets.comLow Cost Ink Cartridges
2. 15% Off Compatible Injet Ink Cartridges 10% Off All Other Products (excludes OEM’s) Coupon FROSTYINK Expires 03.31.10
3. Don’t pay Full Price! Get Inkjet Cartridges HALF OFF here!

I hope this helps next time you go shopping for ink cartridges for your printer.

Posted: January 8, 2010
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If you missed this the last time around, make sure you hurry to get it this time!

Sign up here for a free bottle of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce! These are sold at many retail locations, including Walmart, Kroger, and Cub Foods.

Posted: January 4, 2010
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Posted: November 20, 2009
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dollar-signWhat are some ways to legitimately make money online?

My requirement is it must not cost you money, not upfront, not monthly, ever.  Coupon Geek has some more to add:

1) You will definitely want to set up a separate email account just for surveys. A lot of the companies off you money for simply reading emails, which can accumulate to 3-6 per day per company. This will also prevent your personal account from becoming bombarded.

2) You won’t “get rich fast” with any of them. They take time to reach the designated payouts that some companies requite. You’ll need to definitely practice a little patience, but it’s worth it when the checks show up!

3) Different companies offer different rewards. Some only payout with gift cards. Others you’ll have to reach a designated threshold before you get your money. Others pay out in freebies. And you might get lucky enough to find some that payout a little of everything!

4) Always make sure a company is “legit”. Ask around or look for those posted as recommendations from bloggers you trust. But always follow the rule of “Use Your Best Judgment” or “If It Sounds To Good To Be True…It Probably Is!” Never, ever pay a fee to join one!

5) You can use a program such as Roboform that will automatically fill in data for you, saving you time. There’s a free version that you can download.

6) It may not seem like your surveys are adding up to much so consider putting them in a separate high-interest account and watch them grow (and earn interest!). Think of it as your vacation/Christmas Fund!

Quality Health: No credit card, nothing to buy, just free samples of products!

My Survey: Earn rewards for taking surveys & influence new products. Entry to win $10,000 just for registering at MySurvey.com. You get 10 points for joining and up to 1500 points per survey. Points can be converted to cash and they’ll mail you a check in a week.

Inbox Dollars – I primarily use Inbox Dollars for the paid emails. They pay you to click on a button that says “I read this email” on every email they send you. However, this way takes a long time to reach payout.

Survey4Profit.com: Cash payouts can range from $10 to $250 per survey completed. Every survey is free.

Ipsos– You’ll get 2-5 survey opportunities a week that earn you points. You can turn those in for gift cards to places like Applebees, Chilis, Olive Garden, Amazon and Kohl’s. Every survey you somplete also earns you an entry into a $5,000 drawing.

SwagBucks – Now, for those of you who have been around a little while, you know I love Swagbucks! You earn swagbucks just for doing your normal searches. Every so often, a little box will show up and say you won a swagbuck (and then you do a little dance…lol). You can redeem your swagbucks for gift cards, clothing, music and much more! And Fridays are Mega Swag Bucks days, so today is a great day to sign up because when you search you get way more Swag Bucks today.  Go here to sign up.

Some sites don’t want you to take surveys, but rather complete minimum purchase requirements of their sponsers and then you get  a reward.  Here is an a proven one: Get your FREE $500 Gasoline Gift Card – Participation Required

Those personally I don’t have time for, but if you do then they are a great high value reward program and go for it!

I hope this helps lead you in the right direction. Good luck!

Thank you, Jaycie for your help in compiling this great list!

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