Monday, March 7, 2011

I love freebies!

Doesn't everyone? My mailbox was full of freebies today and I want to share. Look at the loot! I got a box of Quaker Oat Squares, Lanican Chafing Lotion, a coupon for a free Lean Cuisine and.....If you are a Blogger and haven't signed up with shespeaks.com, you should. I just got 3 coupons for free Johnsonville sausage to try, recipes, a coupon for a free jar of Rinaldi tomato sauce an 5 $1.50 off coupons to share. Sadly, the closest place to buy the pasta sauce is four hours away! So, I'll send the pasta sauce coupon and a $1.50 off sausage coupon to one lucky blog reader who leaves me a comment about their favorite money savings tip. The contest ends Friday! And will be selected by a random number generator. Good luck!

9 comments:

  1. Hmmmm...my favorite money saving tip is pretty old-school. I just clip coupons from the Sunday paper and try to match them with sales from the grocery ads. :) Congrats on the freebies! It's always nice to get something other than bills in the mail! :)

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  2. My money saving tip is probably obvious to everyone: shop at a store that doubles coupons and use your coupons on the small sizes to get it free. Saves me money every week.

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  3. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [08 Mar 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  4. What a sweet thing for you to do.

    I'm not in USA, wish I was, I love the sound of the coupon system you have over there.


    Judy

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  5. My money saving tip is to always check the end racks to find the clearance marked items. I even do this at Half-price book stores and I always find dollar books or cds that are still selling for regular price.

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  6. I buy only on sales and match store and manufacturer coupons. I try to involve my kids to show them how far a dollar can go.

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  7. Look at your budget and see where you can shave off expenses. We have the most basic phone plan, no cable (internet costs much less), and my husband bartered with our internet provider to get their bottom rate. Match coupons to sales, stock up, and freezer cook (make twice or more than your family eats and freeze the rest). Work towards paying off all debts to eliminate interest payments. Okay, that is more than one... :)

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  8. I use coupons whenever possible, but only on items I normally would have bought even without a coupon. I never buy an item I wouldnt normally buy just because I have a coupon! =)

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  9. I save money by buying bulk and splitting the cost and products with my parents and my best friend and her husband it saves us sooo much money and nothing ever goes bad before we use it! We also trade off going to costco and local grocery stores that sell in bulk so i dont have to worry about shopping every week, its saves me time too!

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