Wednesday, February 10, 2010
I don't know about you but my family goes through a lot of milk. In fact we consume at least 2 gallons per week. These days I almost always use a coupon for milk and here is a site where you can print as many coupons as you want. I've used milk coupons at Safeway, Walgreens and CVS. If I used one of these coupons all year I'd save over $57. I don't know about you but it is worth it to me. Just go here to get your milk coupon. Also go here to get cheese and other dairy product coupons. Just scroll to the bottom of the page.
Update: I've used these coupons from the newspaper before. I think they're from Smart Source and never had a problem. However, tonight at Safeway the ones I printed didn't work. Lame. I'll have to look into it a little further.
UPDATE: I figured out why they don't work at Safeway. Wrong brand of milk. Oops! But our CVS and Walgreens carry this brand so they work just find there!
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Right now you can get six months of free magazines at Thriving Family Magazine. This is a magazine from Focus on the Family. Just go here then scroll down to the bottom of page. Hurry! This probably won't last. I just did it and there's no credit card involved.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Love me some cookies.
This is a printable coupon for Free Cookie Dough at Papa Murphy's Pizza.
Purchase any Family Size Papa Murphy's Pizza at regular menu price and get a full pound of freshly made cookie dough with real Hershey’s semi-sweet chocolate chips at Papa Murphy’s Pizza.
This coupon is good until 2/28.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Too bad money doesn't grow on trees.
You're wasting money if you're shopping online without getting a percentage back every time.
I use 2 sites to get cash back on all my online purchases. I always compare the two to see which one has the highest payout and coupon code for whatever store I am shopping from.
The first site is Ebates. You get a $5 sign up bonus if you’re a new member and then a certain percentage back for purchasing through their site. I have seen up to 10% cash back! Plus they make finding the codes for your stores simple. Ebates tracks the purchases you make and sends you a rebate once you hit $20. You can also get a few dollars for referring new members to Ebates. Godiva, Target, Barnes and Noble, Staples, Old Navy and Overstock.com are among the over 1200 online stores you can shop from by using Ebates. They send out a rebate check every 3 months if your balance is over $5.01. This does not include your sign up bonus. So the first check that you receive will be at least $10.01.
The second site that I use that offers cash back on your online purchases is Shopathome. This site also offers coupons for over 3,000 online stores. It offers printable coupons as well. It works similar to Ebates in that it offers a percentage cash back for your online purchases. Shopathome has a little higher wait for payout. You have to hit $20 but I definitely think it is worth the wait. I shopped online a lot during Christmas and I am at $18.06 and counting.
Remember how I said I always compare between these two. Well I almost always use Shopathome when I make my Avon purchases because they usually offer a 9% cash back reward whereas Ebates usually only offers 4% cash back with Avon. I say usually because both sites vary their cash back rewards and sometimes they'll offer specials and double days for different online stores.
With Valentines Day coming up this is the perfect time to check one of these sites out! Once you use these you'll never want to shop online without it.
Follow my referral codes if you join. That way we'll both benefit!
Just click on the word Ebates
Or click on Shopathome
Let me know if you join or if you have any questions.