Disclosure: The prize will be passed along to the winner directly by Goats Milk Stuff. TCBF is not responsible for prize fulfillment.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Disclosure: The prize will be passed along to the winner directly by Goats Milk Stuff. TCBF is not responsible for prize fulfillment.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
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Friday, September 7, 2012
Walgreens Balance Rewards program begins on September 16, 2012 and you will need to be part of the program to access the weekly sales. It looks as if you accumulate points for each purchase and certain other activities, such as filling prescriptions and you can redeem those points for Redemption dollars, which I assume are similar to Register Rewards. The example given was 5,000 points equaling $5 and 40,000 points equal to $50. You can also earn points for programs such as Walk with Walgreens. Also similar to Register Rewards, you will not earn points for purchases where Redemption dollars are used. The complete rules and fine print can be found here.
Like any of the reward programs that seem to be offered everywhere we go these days, it appears that the Walgreens program will take some getting used to and some time to iron out any kinks that arise. I didn't find any information on how this program will affect the sales and promotions Walgreen currently utilizes, such as Register Rewards. I am unsure if Balance Rewards will be in addition to or in place of that program. I can definitely see a benefit in storing Register Rewards on a store card rather than printing them out and handing them to each customer. It will be interesting to see how this all pans out.
You can sign up for the Walgreens Balance Rewards program at any store or through your online account. Right now they are running a promotion which enters you in a contest for one million Reward Points for signing up online. It also gives additional entries for each referral. Signing up now will save you time when you pop into the store on the 16th or after and need the card for your purchases. Until your card arrives, they give you the option of using your phone number to access your savings. They also offer iPhone and Android apps to track your rewards and sales!
Monday, August 13, 2012
When you want to make something that stands out, whether it is a flyer, a sign, an invitation or perhaps a note for your family, you need to put it on something that really pops. AstroBrights Papers come in 26 bold and eye catching colors which ensures that your creation will never go unnoticed. Your projects aren't limited to mere paper with AstroBrights, there are also envelopes, cardstocks, posterboards, and easel boards, so the only limit is your imagination! How about origami? The gallery of Astrobrights on Facebook is full of fun ideas that transcend the flat dimensions of a flyer or invitation.
This year AstroBrights is sponsoring the "Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes on Facebook. Each entry gives you a chance to win $30,000 for your favorite K-8 school and a $500 gift card for yourself! Winning is as simple as filling in your name, address, and other contact information. For a second entry, there are four short questions about your uses and preferences when it comes to colored papers. Easy enough for such a generous prize!
Need an activity idea for your family? AstroBrights has a variety of design challenges in the "Make Something Astrobright" contests on Astrobrights on Facebook. The current challenge is "Get Colorful" which invites us to create fauna using AstroBrights paper. To enter you simply upload a photo of your creation from your computer or personal facebook page. The winner of this challenge recieves a $200 Visa Gift card. Two more challenges follow this, so get your creative juices flowing and make some paper art!
AstroBrights is present on all social media channels. The AstroBrights Pinterest page is a visual feast of creativity. You will find a myriad of ideas for not only crafts but decorations and gifts. They also maintain a tools and tips board! What are you going to make today?
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Shoes were on my mind today. Small shoes. As I prepare for my little one to go back to preschool, I was sorting through his stuff and making a mental list of everything we needed. Shoes topped the list as he had a massive growth spurt this summer and only has sandals that fit him currently. I was absolutely delighted to come to my computer a few moments later and find an email about Famous Footwear's current sale.
By printing theBOGO + 15% off Famous Footwear Coupon, I will be able to not only pick up a pair or two that my son needs, but likely I will find shoes for the entire family. The coupon is good from 8/2-8/18, so there is still plenty of time to get in and get your back to school shoes before it expires and school starts here.
Last time I was in Famous Footwear, I was very happy to find the setup was easy for shopping, sizes were clearly marked, the aisles were wide enough for our stroller, and the sales people were not only helpful but one of the girl's stood and entertained my wiggling toddler while I tried on a pair for myself.
There were a myriad of styles and brand names, so it should be simple for a family to find shoes for everyone from their toddler to fussy teens. If you want a shoe that is not in the store, it can be ordered from the Famous Footwear Website and shipped to your local store for free!
Best of all, Famous Footwear offers a free Rewards Program, signing up with this offer scores you an additional 5% off. That's BOGO plus 20% off! That should create some space in your back to school budget! The rewards program offers 1 point per $1 spent in-store or online and you can accumulate points to earn certificates for up to $100 a year. There are also special members only discounts and perks throughout the year.
With savings like these, it would be silly for the frugally conscious family to pass up Famous Footwear for their back to school shopping!
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Saturday, May 19, 2012
From Mom's Couponmatic "Doing the Math on Coupons":
Clipping coupons hardly sounds like the subject of high finance–or even medium finance. Save a dollar on cat food, some detergent or a couple of boxes of cereal. Who can be bothered? Who has the time? A growing number of people, it turns out. And they're shrewder than it may at first appear. The Great American Coupon is making a big comeback–thanks to the Great American Recession.
We redeemed some 3.3 billion coupons last year–a remarkable 27 percent leap from 2008, and the first year-on-year increase in 17 years, according to a report issued at the end of January by Inmar, a coupon-processing agent. (Online coupon use skyrocketed–companies issued twice as many as in 2008, but redemptions rose 360 percent.) The big upturn took off in October 2008, just after Lehman went belly up. At first blush you can see why coupons fell out of fashion for so long–and why so many consumers still ignore them.
You have to make time to visit a coupon Web site or collect the flyers from your mailbox, the supermarket or newspaper inserts. You need to sort through to find the ones you want, cut them out, stick them in your purse or wallet–and remember to use them when you are at the cash register and you are trying to remember whether you bought everything on your shopping list and where you parked the car.
Average saving per coupon: Just $1.44, according to the Inmar report.
But let's treat this low finance topic for a moment the way we treat high finance. Let's subject it to the same math.
How long does it actually take to clip and use a coupon? Certainly the more you use, the less overall time you will spend per coupon, because so many of the costs–getting flyers, sorting coupons and so on–are generalized. Let's assume you spend a minute per coupon.
Saving $1.44 for a minute's effort is the equivalent of saving $14.40 for 10 minutes'.
Hourly rate: $86.40.
Maybe this would be as good a time as any to point out that the typical American working stiff–those lucky enough to have jobs right now–climbs out of bed each morning, goes through the miseries of commuting and endures the daily grind at the workplace for about $20 an hour.
Furthermore, money saved comes with an additional benefit. Unlike the money you earn at work, it is tax free. No payroll taxes. No federal or state income tax.
If your marginal tax rate were, say, 20 percent, you would have to earn $108 before tax to take home $86.40. If your marginal tax rate were 30 percent, you'd have to earn $123.
Very few of us ever do this kind of math, because we tend to treat low finance differently from high finance, and small sums differently from big ones. No wonder, even today, 99 percent of coupons are thrown away unused.
Yet finance isn't a separate topic from the rest of our personal lives. For all of us, our scarcest resource is time. Putting the right value on it, and putting it to the most productive use, is a financial challenge, as well as a personal one.
And the individual amounts of money may seem small, but they prove the old adage about tiny acorns and mighty oaks. Someone who saves $25 a week will save $100 a month, and $1,200 a year. Over a lifetime that can easily grow to $100,000 or more–even after accounting for inflation.
If motivation is an issue, the next time you find yourself facing a stack of coupon booklets and flyers don't ask yourself if you can be bothered. Try asking yourself if you'd like to earn more than $100 an hour for a job you can do, at home, while sitting on the sofa watching TV.
Monday, May 14, 2012
For those who follow my blog, you might remember that I was chosen as fan of the month at the Stow Once Upon a Child. My prize was $20 worth of store credit. My growing three year old is in need of summer clothing so I was over the moon about this prize. I went over the weekend, determined to get at least a few outfits and not go over $20 so that my readers might see how far a twenty could go in this gently used children's resale shop.
The results: Five shirts, three pairs of shorts. They are all brand names like Gymboree, The Children's Place, Carter's, Kohl's and Target brands. Two of the shirts still had the original tags on them. That is quite a chunk of a summer wardrobe and my total was $20.77 which means I paid 77 cents out of pocket for all of this!
My little guy was overjoyed with his new clothes and demanded to try on his new Buzz Lightyear shirt immediately! Of course once he had a new shirt on, he had to try on a pair of new shorts and then model for us! (The mittens are a long story, one day he told someone he needed them because he got into a fight with a wizard and lost his hand. Most of the time he says that superheroes need them.)
I was able to get all of this simply for being a fan of the Stow Once Upon a Child Store on their facebook page. That means that one of you could be the next Fan of the Month. Simply go to their page, which is right here, and hit like! Not only will you have a chance at winning, you will also be kept up to date on all of the sales and happenings at the store. This month there is a 10% off coupon available! Good luck and be sure to let me know if one of our readers should happen to win!
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
For every coupon printed and redeemed in the month of May through Swagbucks' Coupon.com engine, Swagbucks is awarding 20 SB instead of the usual 10! Since so many of us print coupons to use, this is a fast and simple way to rack up those Swagbucks!
If you are unfamiliar with Swagbucks, it is an easy to use reward program where you earn credits, called Swagbucks for doing every day things such as searching the web and using coupons. You can earn additional Swagbucks through a variety of ways, including participating in polls and discussions, watching videos and completing surveys. They also have random Swagcodes that are posted and you win Swagbucks simply for entering the code. It seems like every week the team comes up with some new way to win Swagbucks.
You can redeem your Swagbucks for many prizes of all types, but best of all are the gift cards. I saved my Swagbucks for six months last year and recieved a $50 Amazon e-gift card. That was a free $50 for doing what I was doing anyhow! Swagbucks is always adding prizes and gift cards, currently they have gift cards for places such as Paypal, Starbucks, Target, and many more!
It's simple to sign up, just click this link and you are off! Be sure to refer your friends, as you will earn more Swagbucks that way!
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
What is on your "If I had" list? If you had more money, you would eat out more? You would repair that nagging issue with your home or car? If you had more time, your lawn would be mowed, you'd send something in for your child's bake sale? I have these moments, many of them, as I struggle to live frugally. There have been times when I simply have lacked the equipment or the manpower to accomplish a task despite being capable of completing it and there are times when paying for a job to be done is either overwhelming or completely out of my budget.
Back in the autumn, I heard through some source or another about an organization called the Kent Community Time Bank. I started exploring what I could find of it online and was amazed to find a network of people who exchanged their talents with others without the use of money. What a novel idea! People exchanging services with others of their community. It took me some time to get myself to an orientation meeting but at that meeting I was delighted to learn just how diverse our local time bank is and how quickly it is growing!
The membership of the KCTB seems to include members from all areas in our community, students, parents, retirees, professors, even businesses and organizations. I have been told, that at the point of this blog post, there are 315 members from Kent and the surrounding area who have shared over 10,000 hours of services, skills, and talents! The Kent Community Time Bank is among the top fifteen Time Banks in the world!
As a work at home mom, the time bank gives me an additional benefit of meeting people in my community that I might not normally encounter in my daily life. It also gives me a way to use my talents, skills, and resources to help others. It is not intrusive and I am not obligated to attend anything nor offer services if it is inconvenient for me. It is simple to access with both an active Facebook page and a main website that also houses the database off offers and requests. It's exciting to be part of an organization that is not just a bank, or a service exchange but also a community and a social movement! I find that I can not stop talking about the KCTB to friends and neighbors!
|Super Mulch Brigade! (Photo courtesy of Sheri Wild)|
In the short time I have been a member of the KCTB, I have seen evidence of members coming together to help lay mulch for another member (so many came that it only took them 45 minutes!), heard of members going to help another clean up storm damage, as well as many smaller scale activities such as clearing out a shed, editing a paper, and the loan of a pasta maker that resulted in homemade pierogies! There seems to be no limit to what can be accomplished within the Time Bank.
|Actual food from a KCTB potluck! (Photo courtesy of Denise Creque Tupa)|
This Friday, May 4, 2012, the Kent Community Time Bank is celebrating it's 2nd anniversary at a potluck dinner at The United Church of Christ in Kent, 1400 East Main St. Kent, 44240. The potluck will start at 6:30pm and you do NOT need to be a member of the KCTB to attend! The event is family friendly and there will be musical entertainment! Feell free to bring an instrument for the informal jam session!
|Some enticement to attend? (Photo courtesy of Denise Cruque Tupa)|
The monthly potlucks are a way to get to know your fellow community members face to face and to learn about Time Banking from those who are actively involved in our Time Bank. And you will retroactively earn your first time credit for bringing a dish! This will be my first pot luck, but I have heard the food is amazing and I am very eager to meet more members of my community...and try the food!
|Need I say more? (Photo Courtesy of Denise Cruque Tupa)|
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
If you have children and you have yet to visit Once Upon a Child in Stow, you are missing out on a lot of great bargains for your growing offspring. I blogged back in the winter about their annual bag sale but there are always good deals at Once Upon a Child.
In addition to finding great deals, you can also bring in your gently used clothing (freshly laundered), toys, and baby equipment and leave with some cash. Or new stuff, I am going to say that you will likely leave with new stuff as I find it impossible to walk in there and not find some bargain that we need to have. You do not have to make an appointment, but I have found it best to call ahead and get an idea of what seasons and sizes they are buying, it is also a good time to check if they are in need of any larger pieces you might have. The What We Buy page is also a great reference.
They have recently started a Fan of the Month contest on their new Facebook page and Dollars and Cents has the honor of being their first fan of the month! I am super excited about this. I get a $20 Gift Certificate for the store. I plan to update everyone on just how far my $20 will go! If you haven't like Once Upon a Child's new Facebook page, you can go here and do so. Maybe one of our readers will be next month's Fan of the Month!
You can find Once Upon a Child at 4272 Kent Rd Suite 10, Stow, OH 44224, it is in the same plaza as Giant Eagle and Target. Store hours are Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm, Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, and
Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm. The phone number is 330-688-7176. You can also find out a wealth of information by clicking one of the links above!
Don't forget to like the Facebook page!
Happy Bargain Hunting!
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
I snuck in on the last day of the sales to get my very cheap cereal. I came home with a dozen boxes...yep 12 boxes of cereal. Here's my haul:
4 Boxes of Cheerios
2 Boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios
1 Box of Cocoa Puffs
1 Box of Trix
1 Box of Multigrain Peanut Butter Cheerios.
1 Box of Cascadian Farms Raisin Bran
1 Box of Cascadian Farms Dark Chocolate Granola
1 Box Cascadian Farms Fruit Granola
1 loaf of bread
1 pack of hot dog buns
1 back of hamburger buns
1 GE Flavored water
Total OOP: $13.86
I saved 63% all together.
$6.51 of my total OOP price was my breads and water. If I had stuck completely to my list and just gotten the cereal, I would have paid $7.51 for 12 boxes of cereal. That averages out to 61 cents a box!
My three year old was just as excited about all of the cereal...but for a different reason!
Spring has finally sprung for us here and my attentions have turned to my sorely neglected gardens. They have been a mess of foliage since we moved into this house and I am determined to both tame what is here and create a vegetable garden. I've spent the winter researching gardening methods and have decided that organic gardening is as important to me as having a garden. That includes starting my seeds in organic soil and using organic plant food to provide nutrition for my fledgling garden.
Whitney Farms has a full line of organic soils and plant foods that contain no additives, nothing toxic or artificial, just everything natural to boost the production of your food plants and give you stunning flowers and ornamentals that will be the envy of your neighborhood. Not only are their products all natural but in comparison with traditional products, Whitney Farms products have low to no dust, no manure odor, and are easy to apply. That's especially important for novice gardeners like myself, and especially people who have allergy and scent issues. Whitney Farms products also contain beneficial microbes and specially designed protein-based blends to provide your plants with both macro and micro nutrients they need to grow and survive.
Whitney Farms has specialty foods for your Tomatoes and Vegetables, as well as food for all of your Plants! And for our readers, they are offering a special $3 off coupon for your purchase of Whitney Farms® organic products. Simply click the link and fill in the information for your coupon. Whitney Farms®
Friday, April 20, 2012
Without sales, clearance, register rewards and coupons, this trip would have cost me $85.19.
A savings of 63%
4 Dawn Dish soaps
2 packs of Huggies Lil Movers
1 Goody Ouchless Elastic bands
2 Aquafresh for Kids pump (FREE!)
2 20 oz Pepsi Next (FREE!)
2 Peeps ($.44 clearance)
1 2 pack of Thomas Toothbrushes ($.49 clearance)
3 12 packs of Diet Dr Pepper
3 12 packs of regular Dr Pepper.
AND there was a moneymaker in there!
Pepsi Next is on sale for $0.99 and you recieve $.99 in register rewards, making it FREE. But the deal became even better when I spotted a hanging tab of coupons for 50 cents off of one 20 oz Pepsi Next.
Keep your eyes peeled and you can make 50 cents per transaction!
Thursday, April 19, 2012
I've been spending my morning hiding posts by other bloggers. Not because I dislike other bloggers, but because I find that some bloggers spam incessantly and it has come to a point where the posts of my family and friends get lost in the sea of repetitive couponing posts.
How did it get this way? Well, it seems like every coupon, frugal living, mommy, and whatever else blog has a giveaway going on; in order to enter yourself in those giveaways, you have to like a large number of Facebook pages, mostly of frugal bloggers but occasionally odd pages slip in there too. This is a good way for blogs to build Facebook likes, but I wonder if the number of likes actually corresponds to more page hits or better yet, more readers. I would like to know that my posts are being read more than I would enjoy seeing my 'like' totals rise.
The problem with adding all of these pages is that when each one posts something, it comes into your feed. And there are a significant number of blogs who spam several posts at a time or the same post over and over during the day. Neither of these practices are adding to my Facebook experience nor are they giving me any incentive to visit the blog. It also seems to me that the blogs who tend to utilize such practices also do little in the way of writing, they simply copy paste ads and links. While that is helpful for a lot of people, I prefer to read as well. I like learning tips from my fellow frugal bloggers, I enjoy hearing opinions. I suppose what I am saying is that as much as I like deals, I prefer blogs with substance.
Short of opting out of blog giveaways altogether, I have only come up with two ways of combating the never ending feed, either hiding all posts by offending blogs or creating a separate facebook account simply for couponing stuff. The problem with a separate facebook page is that you have to keep switching back and forth and I guess I am just too lazy to do that. Instead, I have opted to hide posts. I choose the posts I hide by annoyance factor, I suppose. I keep all local bloggers in my feed as well as any bloggers who have liked my page, the former I do because I wish to support my local community and the latter because it is polite and I have found those who liked my page to be worth the read. At the end of the day, I still feel like there are enough blogs in my feed that I am not going to miss a deal and yet I can still find the posts of my family and friends.
I'm curious as to how others deal with this issue and wonder if it follows through to other social networking sites. I don't have a personal twitter, so all of my twitter activity is blog related, no issues there. I haven't done a lot with google+ but I assume the circles feature is helpful there.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Free is For Me--a new Portage County area blogger has set up shop to keep track of legitimate freebies for us, both in the stores and online! The site is still up and coming but she is offering a $20 gift card giveaway once she gets 100 likes on her facebook page. I will be interested to watch what deals and freebies she finds for us as she is building up her blog.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
It looks like only two inserts for tomorrow, which should give everyone's scissors a decent break! Don't forget that the Plain Dealer doesn't carry Red Plum Inserts. And make sure to check your papers for inserts before you buy them!
Smartsource coupon insert
A.1. Save $1/1 steak sauce 10oz+ (4/8)
Atkins Save $1/1 bar 5pk (5/31)
Atkins Save $1/1 shake 4pk (5/31)
Better Than Save $1/1 Ears treats (6/11)
Betty Crocker Save $.50/2 Fruit Shapes, Fruit by the Foot, Fruit Gushers, Fruit Roll-Ups (5/5)
Bounce Save $.50/1 (4/30) ETS
Classico Save $.50/2 pasta sauces (5/6)
Clear Care Save $2/1 cleaning and disinfecting solution 12oz+ (5/30)
Clearasil Save $1/1 product (4/22)
Clearasil Save $3/1 PrefectaWash Automatic Face Wash dispenser & refills (starter kit only, excludes individual refills) (6/3)
Colgate Save $1/1 360 Optic White toothbrush (3/31)
Colgate Save $1/1 Optic White, Total Advanced or Sensitive Pro Relief 4oz+ (3/31)
Cottonelle Save $.50/2 toilet paper 4pks or Save $.50/1 12pk+ (4/8)
Downy Save $.50/1 (4/30) ETS
Finish Save $.75/1 Powerball tabs or Gelpacs (4/15)
Finish Save $1/1 Quantum (4/15)
Fun da-middles Save $.50/1 cupcake mix (5/5)
General Mills Save $1/3 cereals (4/21)
Golden Grain Save $1/2 100% Whole Wheat Pasta 13.25oz (4/30)
Hamburger Helper Save $.75/3 Home Cooked Skillet Meals (5/5)
Irish Spring Save $.50/1 3pk+ bar pack or body wash excluding 2.5oz (3/31)
Irish Spring Save $1/1 deodorant (3/31)
Johnsonville Save $1/1 Italian sausage links (4/30)
Ken’s Save $1/1 16oz dressing (4/30)
Kleenex Save $.30/3 tissue packs or boxes (4/22)
Kleenex Save $1/2 Hand Towels (4/22)
Lysol Save $3/1 No-Touch Kitchen System starter kit (4/7)
Maruchan Save $.50/1 Yakisoba product (5/31)
MidNite Save $1/1 regular, PM or for Menopause (9/30)
NatuRelief Save $1/1 product (9/30)
New York Brand Save $.50/1 frozen product (5/15)
Ocean Spray Save $.50/1 fruit flavored snacks (5/5)
Olive Garden Save $2/2 lunch entrees (4/29)
Olive Garden Save $4/2 dinner entrees (4/29)
Opti-Free Save $2/1 PureMoist contact lens solution 10oz+ (5/30)
Pepperidge Farm Save $.75/1 Chocolate Chunk Crispy Cookies or Soft Baked Cookies (5/6)
Pepperidge Farm Save $.75/1 Distinctive Cookies (5/6)
Pillsbury Save $.40/2 Toaster Strudel, Toaster Scrambles Pastries or Pancakes (6/2)
Pillsbury Save $.40/3 Crescent dinner rolls (6/2)
Pillsbury Save $.40/3 refrigerated Grands! biscuits (6/2)
Rachel Ray Save $1/1 bag of soup bones or any other Nutrish treats (6/11)
Rachel Ray Save $2/1 6lb+ bag of Nutrish for Dogs (6/11)
Revlon Save $1/1 color cosmetic (4/15)
Revlon Save $1/1 color cosmetic (4/15)
Schick Save $1/1 disposable razor pack excludes 2ct (4/22)
Schick Save $3/2 disposable razor packs excludes 2ct (4/22)
Scotch Save $2/1 Pet Hair Remover or Sweeper refill (4/30)
Scotch Save $2/1 Pet Hair Remover or Sweeper Starter Kit (4/30)
Scott Save $.50/1 Naturals flushable wipes tub or refill (4/22)
Scott Save $1/8+ rolls of bath tissue (4/22)
Scrubbing Bubbles Save $2/2 bathroom cleaners (6/30)
Sebamed Save $3/1 full size hair care product (5/12)
Sebamed Save $3/1 full size skin care product (5/12)
Sebamed Save $5/2 full size skin care products (5/12)
Sebamed 50% off conditioner wyb shampoo (5/12)
Tide Save $.50/1 Stain Release (4/30) ETS
Tide Save $1/1 detergent excludes PODS and trial (4/30)
Ultimate Flora Save $3/1 probiotic (6/30)
VIVA Save $.60/1 or more paper towel Big Rolls (5/6)
Yoplait Save $.20/1 Lactose-Free yogurt cup (5/5)
Yoplait Save $.50/8 cups (5/5)
Yoplait Save $.75/1 Greek yogurt 4-pack (5/5)
Yoplait Save $.75/2 Go-Gurt, Kids Cup, Trix, Splitz (5/5)
Friday, March 9, 2012
Every couponer and frugal lifestyler should have a Swagbucks account. It's simple to use and the prizes are amazing. Who couldn't use gift cards to Amazon.com or Paypal? There are a myriad of ways to earn swagbucks, from things as simple as using their search engine and printing coupons to watching videos and taking surveys. I started using Swagbucks last fall and by Christmas time I had enough to earn a $50 Amazon.com gift card!
Every Friday is Mega Swagbucks day! That means every Friday when you search you have the chance to earn even more Swagbucks when you win! I use Swagbucks search almost exclusively and I win at least a few times a day, so get started so you can earn prizes too!
Simply click on one of the banners to sign up and start earning!
Saturday, March 3, 2012
It looks like we could be expecting up to FIVE inserts tomorrow so get your scissors ready! These vary by region but it has been reported that there is a Smartsource, a Redplum, a P&G Smart Saver, a Target insert, and a Walmart insert that has a single coupon. Do not forget to check your papers for inserts before you buy them!
Smartsource coupon insert
Baileys Save $1/2 coffee creamers (5/6)
Ban Save $.40/1 full size antiperspirant (4/14)
Ban Save $.75/1 full size Invisible Solid antiperspirant deodorant (4/14)
Bausch+Lomb Save $5/1 Ocuvite product (5/31)
Biore Buy any Pore Strip, get cleanser free ets up to Save $9 (5/31)
Bissell Save $1/1 Stomp ‘N Go (5/15)
Bissell Save $1/1 upright deep cleaning formula (3/31)
Bissell 41/1 upright deep cleaning formula (4/1/12-4/30)
Campbell’s Save $1/2 Slow Kettle style soup (4/14)
Claritin Save $2/1 Children’s 4oz or 10ct+ (4/1)
Claritin Save $4/1 24ct+ (4/1)
Claritin Save $4/1 D 15ct+ (4/1)
Crazy Cuizine Save $1.50/1 entree (5/31)
Curel Save $1/1 moisturizer 7.5floz+ (5/31)
Dannon Save $.50/2 Oikos 5.3oz cups (4/1)
Farmer John Save $2/1 smoked sausage (4/4)
Fiber One Save $.75/1 cereal (4/14)
Foster Farms Save $1/1 boneless & skinless fresh chicken breast (6/3)
GenTeal Save $1/1 lubricant eye drop, gel or ointment (5/30)
Hill’s Science Diet Save $5/1 Ideal Balance cat or dog food 2lbs+ (4/30)
Jergens Save $3/2 moisturizers 4floz+ (4/21)
Save $2/1 full size product excludes hair appliances, brushes and Full Repair (4/28)
John Frieda Save $2/1 Precision Foam Color product (4/28)
John Frieda Save $3/2 full size Full Repair products (4/28)
Kozy Shack Save $1/2 products (7/1)
Louisiana Fish Fry Save $.55/1 sauce (6/30)
Louisiana Fish Fry Save $1/2 breadings (6/30)
Louisiana Fish Fry Save $1/2 entrees (6/30)
Marzetti Save $1.50/1 Simply Dressed salad dressing (4/29)
Mean Green Save $.75/1 cleaner & degreaser 32oz+ (4/29)
Mean Green Save $1/1 gallon (4/29)
Nonni’s Biscotti Save $1/2 regular or Bites (5/15)
Prevacid Save $3/1 24HR product (4/14)
Prevacid Save $7/2 24HR 42ct (4/14)
Purely Asian Save $1.50/1 entree (5/31)
RevitaLens OcuTec Save $2/1 multi-purpose disinfecting solution (4/9)
Selsun Blue Save $1/1 product ets (5/31)
Smart Balance Save $1/1 Enhanced Milks (4/18)
Smart Balance Save $1/2 Buttery Spreads or Buttery Sticks (4/18)
Sun-Maid/Puss In Boots Save Save $3 by mail wyb Puss In Boots and 20oz raisin canister or 6pk of 1oz cartons (5/31)
Target Portrait Studio Save $ free 8×10″ traditional portrait, free sitting fees, Save $3.99 each traditional portrait sheets or Save $7.99 traditional portrait package, 40% off collections (8/29)
Target Portrait Studio 1 free 8×10″ traditional portrait, free sitting fees, 40% off portrait purchase (8/29)
Torani Save $1/1 flavor (5/31)
Tyson Save $1/1 Any’tizers snacks (6/8)
Tyson Save $1/1 Any’tizers snacks (6/8)
WhoNu? Save $.55/1 nutrition rich cookies (4/28)
Woolite Save $1/1 Pet Urine Eliminator or Pet+ Oxygen Carpet Stain & (5/15)
Zaditor Save $1/1 eye drops 5mL+ (5/30)
Ziploc Save $1/1 vacuum product or Zip ‘n Steam bags (4/7)
Ziploc Save $1/2 bags (4/7)
Ziploc Save $1/2 containers (4/7)
Ziploc Save $1/2 slider bags (4/7)
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All Save $1/1 mighty pacs or liquid laundry detergent 24 loads+ (4/15)
Baskin Robbins Save $3/$15 cake purchase (4/7)
Baskin Robbins Buy cone excluding waffle, B1G1 Save $.99 (4/7)
Baskin Robbins Buy sundae, B1G1 Save $.99 (4/7)
Bengay Save $2/1 Zero Degrees Gel (5/31)
Bengay Save $5/1 Zero Degrees Gel (3/18)
Birds Eye Save $1/3 steamfresh varieties (4/15)
Cesar Save $1.50/2 treats (4/29)
Cesar B3G1 free canine cuisine entree save up to $1.19 (4/29)
Colace Save $2/1 capsules (9/30)
Dole Save $1/2 frozen fruit packages (5/4)
El Monterey Save $1/1 taquitos, tamales, mini chimi or quesadillas (5/31)
Emerald Save $1/1 Breakfast on the go! product 7.5oz+ (4/15)
Ester-C Save $2/1 tablet or powder (4/18)
Garnier Save $1/1 , conditioner or treatment (4/15) ETS
Garnier Save $1/1 style product (4/29) ETS
Garnier Save $2/1 Nutrisse Nourishing Color Foam (5/4)
Garnier Save $3/1 HerbaShine Color Creme (4/15)
Jimmy Dean Save $1/1 Delights Sandwich or Save $1/2 Delights bowls (4/14)
Jose Ole Save $1/1 item 16oz+ (4/21)
L’Oreal Save $1/1 Paris (4/29) ETS
L’Oreal Save $2/1 Paris face cosmetic product excludes Magic Perfecting Base .17 fl. oz. (4/29)
Mars Save $1/2 Easter products; M&M’s, M&M’s Minis, Minis Mix, 3 Musketeers, Twix Minis, Snickers , Milky Way Minis, Dove Silky Smooth Eggs 7.94oz+ (4/8)
Marvel/Disney Save $1/1 gummy vitamins 60ct+ (4/25)
Maybelline New York Save $1/1 mascara (5/4)
Nature’s Bounty Save $1/1 vitamin or supplement (4/3)
Nature’s Bounty Save $2/1 probiotic supplement (4/3)
On-Cor Save $1/2 family size entrees (5/31)
Osteo Bi-Flex Save $5/1 caplets, softgels or powder (4/4)
Paseo Save $1/1 12 roll (4/30)
Paseo Save $1/2 facial tissue (4/30)
Pedigree Save $1/1 8 or 12ct Little Champions pouch variety packs or Save $1/6 single pouches or 13.2oz cans (4/15)
Pedigree Save $1/1 dry dog food 3.5lb+ (4/15)
Pedigree Save $1/2 treats for dogs (4/15)
Rosina Save $.75/1 meatballs (5/31)
Snuggle Save $.50/1 fabric softener liquid or dryer sheets (4/15)
Zatarain’s Save $.50/2 New Orleans style frozen entrees (4/29)
Zyrtec Save $10/1 70ct+ (3/11)
Zyrtec Save $5/1 24ct+ (4/8)