Couponing Training & How To Make or Save $$$

Posted: November 29, 2009
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Have you ever used ebillme? I love it! Basically, you click on “ebillme” online where ever you are checking out, and you get mailed the bill instead of entering your credit card number online. This is much more secure than paying online with your credit card, plus you can get up to $25 off your purchase from different online stores by entering in ebillme promotional codes when you are checking out, or you can get $25 mail in rebates at select stores.   Combine this with free shipping promo codes and you are paying much less than shopping in-store!

Latest and Greatest Hot Deals at eBillme:

Sears.com: $5 off $50 promo and eBillme $10 off $50 promo codes can be stacked, so use codes: SEARS5OFF50 & 10OFFSEARS0110 Expires January 4th, 2010. They offer free in-store pickup as an option to save on shipping!

Kmart.com: $5 off $50 coupon: “KMART5OFF50” can be stacked with eBillme $10 off $50 coupon: “10OFFKMART1009” Expires January 4th, 2010. Limit one (1) time coupon use per person, household or address.  Kmart.com is also offering free shipping on orders over $60 right now.

TigerDirect.com Try eBillme and get $25 rebate on your TigerDirect.com order + $1.99 Shipping! Expires December 31st, 2009.

RideGear.com: $25 off $100 Mail-in-Rebate if you use ebillme Expires January 5th, 2010.

Etronics.com: Rebate: $25 off $100 When You Pay with eBillme Plus 1% Back! Expires January 5th, 2010. Download rebate form on landing page.

Gypsy05.com: Save EXTRA $10 off orders of $100 or more when you pay with eBillme- Use Code “EMBG05DEC” Expires December 16th, 2009

Lots of unique clothes at Gypsy05, although they are more on the pricey side, here is an example of one  shirt I like:

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Scentiments.com: Save EXTRA $10 off orders of $100 or more when you checkout with eBillme- Use code: “10Scent1209” Expires December 16th, 2009

ZipZoomFly.com:
Save EXTRA $15 off orders of $100 or more when you pay with eBillme. Use code ZZF121609 Expires December 16th, 2009

ActionVillage.com: $25 off $100 rebate if you use ebillme Expires January 5th, 2010. Download the rebate form from landing page.

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!

Posted: November 15, 2009
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No printer? No problem!

Do not leave your mailing address in the comments!

Just go to the links below and sign up on the individual sites to get the qpons mailed to your home – all are 100% FREE, no credit card required!

Coupon Booklets mailed to you:

FREE: 30-page guide to get coupons and how to use them to maximize savings

Click here to read the ABC’s of Couponing Guide

Posted: November 15, 2009
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Moved to Coupon Policies

Posted: November 8, 2009
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Save for College the Smart Way!

New Upromise e-coupons!  When you redeem them you get college savings!!!

Insert your Zipcode and they’ll tell you what stores are available in your area! (Smith’s, Albertsons, Kroger, Vons, CVS etc…) Then simply enter your store savings card # and have automatic college savings on everyday items.

(These coupons don’t take money off your total bill, rather they = college savings with Upromise – an easy way to save!)

I have my Albertson’s and Smith’s cards linked. Then I login each month and select ecoupons to add to my shoppers card. Then when I buy any item, money is put in my daughter’s college account. Remember to login monthly as they get new coupons available!  Sign up here:

UPromise.com is the Best Way to Save for College.

Posted: November 8, 2009
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Shortcuts has new coupons available to load to your card. To load coupons, simply visit . If you currently don’t use shortcuts, its quite simple:

Simply load the coupons on to your shoppers card (Kroger, Smith’s, and more!) The coupons will automatically be deducted at checkout. I would suggest loading all of them to your card, just in case something you might buy is included! Remember, these can be combined with paper coupons for double the values! You can sign up here.

Retailer Logo - Smith's

There are many Smiths coupons available, here’s my pick for the day:

SAVE $1.50

Good on any package of HUGGIES® Diapers Expires: 12/14/2009

Combine that with a $2 manufacturer coupon, a Cellfire $1 off coupon, and you’ve got yourself a good deal!

Well here are the rest of the stores that Shortcuts has coupons available for:

Retailer Logo - Baker's Retailer Logo - Carrs Retailer Logo - City Market Retailer Logo - Dillon's
Retailer Logo - Dominick's Retailer Logo - Fry's Retailer Logo - Genuardi's Retailer Logo - Gerbes
Retailer Logo - Hilander Retailer Logo - JayC Retailer Logo - King Soopers Retailer Logo - Kroger
Retailer Logo - Owen's Retailer Logo - Pavilions Retailer Logo - Pay Less Retailer Logo - QFC
Retailer Logo - Ralph's Retailer Logo - Randalls Retailer Logo - Safeway Retailer Logo - Smith's
Retailer Logo - Tom Thumb Retailer Logo - Vons
Posted: November 8, 2009
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Cellfire has new coupons available to load to your card. To load coupons, simply visit . If you currently don’t use cellfire, its quite simple:

Simply load the coupons on to your shoppers card (Kroger, Smith’s, and more!) The coupons will automatically be deducted at checkout. I would suggest loading all of them to your card, just in case something you might buy is included! Remember, these can be combined with paper coupons for double the values! You can sign up here.

Here are Smiths coupons available:

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Cottonelle® Save $.25

Pillsbury® Crescents Save $1

Fiber One Muffin Mix Save $.50

Huggies® Diapers Save $1

Other stores with Cellfire Coupons available:

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