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Sunday, December 20, 2009

Free Personalized Phone Call From Santa, Tony Stewart, or Sammy the Snowman

 

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Looking for a way to brighten your child’s or relative’s face this Christmas? Personalized holiday phone calls from Santa, Tony Stewart, or Sammy the Snowman could be the perfect addition to your Christmas present.

Kroger is offering awesome personalized holiday phone calls for free this year. Just register or sign in to Kroger.com using this link: http://www.holidayphonecalls.com/?banner=kroger . You can set a name, date, and  a time for your loved one to be called and wished a Merry Christmas. The phone calls are lots of fun and you can preview each phone call before setting an appointment for one. Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas!!!

 

Friday, December 18, 2009

Coca Cola Rewards

 

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www.mycokerewards.com offers a signup for Coca-Cola coupons. There is no telling how many offers and coupons that you’re missing out on when you buy your next Sprite and throw away the bottle cap without even checking on your Coke Rewards. It really is easy to pass up reward programs like this that could potentially make you lots of extra prizes, giftcards, and even free Coca-Cola.

Earn points on bottles and multi-packs of Coca-Cola, Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dasani, Powerade, Minute Maid, Fanta Orange, Vault, Barq’s, Fresca, and Pibb Xtra.

Redeem your points for prizes like Guitar Hero 5 and gift cards. This is an easy to miss site that could reap great rewards for someone who drinks soda everyday. There’s even a widget that you can download to enter codes right from your desktop or use text messaging on your mobile phone.

Mead Johnson, Maker of Enfamil, Loses Multi-Million Dollar False Advertising Case Against Store-Bran

This is a sponsored guest post written by a Press Release on behalf of PBM Products. Post powered by Sponzai.

GORDONSVILLE, VA., December  2 , 2009PBM Products, LLC, a leading infant formula company that supplies store-brand infant formulas to Walmart, Sam's Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, and other retailers, has received a favorable jury verdict and a $13.5 million damages award in its false advertising lawsuit against Mead Johnson & Co., the operating subsidiary of   Mead Johnson Nutrition Company (NYSE: MJN) (“Mead Johnson”), the makers of the national-brand Enfamil® LIPIL® Infant Formula.  Mead Johnson is 83 percent-owned by Bristol-Myers Squibb.

 

PBM’s lawsuit claimed that Mead Johnson engaged in false and misleading campaigns against PBM’s competing store-brand of infant formulas, suggesting they do not provide the same nutrition as Mead Johnson’s brands.  PBM’s store-brand infant formulas cost up to 50 percent less than Enfamil® LIPIL®.  The $13.5 million in damages awarded by the jury in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia is one of the largest damages awards ever for a false advertising case.

 

“This decision by a jury of the people confirms that Mead Johnson’s ads have been false in suggesting that there is a nutritional difference between our store-brand formula products and their products, when in fact the only major difference is price,” said PBM CEO Paul B. Manning.  “Despite Mead Johnson’s scare tactics, parents are assured that PBM’s formula products are as high quality and nutritious as Mead Johnson’s.”

 

U.S. District Court Judge James R. Spencer issued his written rulings yesterday following the November 10th jury verdict. Judge Spencer’s written rulings permanently enjoined Mead Johnson from making any false statements concerning PBM's infant formula, including the claims Mead Johnson previously made in Enfamil advertising that "It may be tempting to try a less expensive store brand, but only Enfamil LIPIL is clinically proven to improve brain and eye development," and "there are plenty of other ways to save on baby expenses without cutting back on nutrition."  The Court also ordered Mead Johnson to retrieve from the public domain all advertising or promotional materials containing these or any other false claims about PBM's store brand infant formula.  

The details of the decision and the complaint are posted online in full at:

 

·      http://www.pbmproducts.com/docs/Order_Laches.pdf

·      http://www.pbmproducts.com/docs/PBM_Complaint_MJ_III_LIPIL.pdf

 

The nutritional supplements under examination in the case are two fats, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and ARA (arachidonic acid), which Mead Johnson calls “LIPIL®” solely for marketing purposes and touts as promoting infant brain and eye development. PBM’s claim focused on Mead Johnson’s direct mailing to more than 1.6 million parents of an alarming blurry picture of a child’s cartoon duck next to a clear picture of the same image which suggested that anything other than the Enfamil LIPIL® blend of ingredients is inferior and will result in poor eye and brain development.  Other parts of the false advertising campaign consist of statements that only Enfamil LIPIL has been proven to confer visual and mental benefits on infants, and store-brand formulas are a “cut-back in nutrition” compared to Enfamil. 

 

PBM successfully argued that these advertisements were false and misleading especially since PBM store- brand infant formulas have the same nutrients at the same levels as Enfamil.  PBM infant formulas are formulated to contain DHA and ARA, and are sourced from the same supplier in amounts which equal or exceed the DHA and ARA in Mead Johnson’s Enfamil LIPIL®. 

 

This decision marks the third time PBM Products has sued Mead Johnson for false advertising claims. On the prior occasions Mead Johnson admitted that it made false claims about PBM’s products.  It is also the first false advertising case to focus on the issue of DHA and ARA nutritional ingredients in formula, which were introduced into the market in 2003 and have become a staple in recent years by many brands as key components for infant development.

 

“This jury verdict should send a significant and clear message to Mead Johnson about the way it conducts marketing and advertising for its brands,” said Manning.  “This lawsuit also demonstrates our complete commitment to defending our products and the valuable brands of our retail partners.”

 

“As a parent and supporter of children’s medical research, I take a personal responsibility in assuring our customers that the products we produce are healthy and nutritionally equivalent to brand names like Enfamil® LIPIL®.  It is important, especially now, for parents to know that there are lower priced yet highly nutritious store-brand formulas that will provide the same benefit to their children as any national brand name formula product,” Manning added.  

 

The U.S. infant formula market is estimated at $3.4 billion and the global market is estimated at $7.9 billion.

 

All of PBM’s formulas, and for that matter all of U.S. infant formulas, are subject to the exacting standards of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), pursuant to the Infant Formula Act of 1980.  This legislation vested FDA with the authority to ensure that all infant formula products sold in the United States provide the necessary levels of identified nutrients required for the growth of healthy babies. For more information, visit this FDA link.

 

PBM Products was represented by the law firm Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP.  Partners from the firm’s advertising practice, Harold P. Weinberger and Jonathan M. Wagner in New York, led the team.  

 

About PBM

PBM is privately owned and based in Gordonsville, VA.  PBM companies specialize in manufacturing, distributing, and marketing consumer food, nutritional, and pharmaceutical products. For more information, visit www.pbmproducts.com.

 

Enfamil® LIPIL® are registered trademarks of Mead Johnson & Co.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Great Deal on Kroger Mirra Products

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Kroger digital coupons are awesome and convenient because you can just load them on to your Kroger card and a the discount is taken at the register with no clipping needed. The limit is 100 coupons per upload, but Kroger digital coupons are not what this post is about.

This post is about a new Kroger brand, Mirra. This month you can get $5 off two Mirra products. This is a great deal because many Mirra items are on sale at Kroger for $2.99. If you use your coupon and your Kroger card, you can purchase two items for $1 plus tax. This applies to some Mirra brushes, shampoo and conditioner, and Mirra wipes. The exfoliating kind are especially nice because of bead like texture that allows one to scrub the face. Also, the foundation brush is soft and nice to use. These items make great stocking stuffers just in time for the holidays.

Don’t forget to use your Kroger card and your coupon or the discount will not be complete!

Monday, December 7, 2009

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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Fatz Restaurant Coupon!

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What a great bonus! Sign up for the Fatz restaurant mailing list and receive a great discount for your next meal at Fatz. Get $5 off your next meal with the purchase of two full-priced adult entries.

Click here for your Fatz coupon. Fatz is nice food, and you can eat at Fatz for Thanksgiving as well. They serve a yummy turkey and dressing combo that is super recommended.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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Monday, October 26, 2009

Wendy’s Printable Coupons, McDonald’s Printable Coupons, KFC Printable Coupons, and How to Get Them in Your Inbox

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Just the other morning on the way home from a birthday party, my mouth was watering and I was so hungry for a fish sandwich from McDonald’s. All I wanted was a fish sandwich! Too bad it was 9:18 am and the only thing resembling a fish sandwich was a chicken biscuit. And then I started thinking, hmmm… wouldn’t it be great if I had a coupon for McDonald’s fish sandwiches! Shouldn’t fast food be free? Where can I get fast food coupons? Fast food coupons and discounts often come in the mail. Especially for Hardees and Burger King in my area, but in order to get other fast food coupons, you may want to visit their sites and sign up. Add your fast food restaurants to your coupon mailing list!

Click here for McDonald’s Coupons. I love McDonald’s the food may be bad and it may make you fat, but there is nothing like the French fries in all the world!

Wendy’s printable coupons. Wendy’s is also a great restaurant and has a ton of almost vegetarian fair. Baked potatoes and yummy chocolate slushies provide great lunch fair. All the better when they’re buy one get one free!

Click here for KFC coupons! KFC coupons require that you enter your zip code and specials will pop up in your area. Chicken for less with mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, or biscuits!

Just sign up with your free coupon email that you’ve created just for coupons and viola! New coupons arriving in your inbox every once in a while.

Monday, October 12, 2009

How to Create a Twitter Coupon Widget for Your Blog or Website

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I love my Twitter Coupon Widget! I stare at mine all day. You should really add one to your blog or website. I just keep staring at mine watching hundreds of coupons flash across the screen… Coupon Maven Heaven!

The coupons never stop. The variety of coupons that flash on your site through this tiny widget is enormous! Coupons from everywhere. Evacuumstore, Travel4, Rebates, and lots more. To create a Twitter Coupon Widget, navigate to:
http://twitter.com/goodies/widgets. Select the widgets for my website widget. You can create on for Facebook or MySpace as well if you would like. Select “Search Widget”. Enter “coupon” in the search query box and set your appearance and dimensions. Copy and paste the code to your website or blog and viola! The most awesome coupon creation since printable coupons at Coupons.com.


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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Discounts, Deals, and Coupons for Your Daily Vitamin Supplements

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Vitamins are like a religion to me. Every day I usually take a vitamin of some form. Sometimes twenty to thirty vitamins in one day! Vitamins A, C, and E are very important for skin, nails, and hair. Vitamins can really add up. Where do I find the cheapest vitamins on the Internet?

1. http://www.puritan.com/

Puritan’s Pride has some of the best deals on vitamins that can be found on the Internet. Buying directly from the supplier works in your favor at this site that often runs BOGO or even “Buy two get three free sales”. Check sites like CouponChief.com and Tjoos.com for coupon codes for even further savings such as free shipping, etc.

2. eBay –

eBay is a great source of vitamins. Find anything and everything here. Hard to find vitamins are plentiful. Watch out for the shipping charges.

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Sign up for vitamin coupons to be delivered to your coupon email here at Vitamin World. Puritan Pride’s deals are usually better, but Vitamin World has many more suppliers to choose from.

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Check GNC.com and all other vitamin sites for a clearance section. The best deals can be found in the clearance section, and sometimes the items are disguised or available in sizes not listed.

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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Free Printable Online Coupons

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*This great Sears Coupon can be found at http://www.sears.com/ue/clth/link_jrfashion_coupon.pdf

Where do I go to print online coupons for groceries, clothing, etc.?

www.coupons.com – This is the mecca of printable coupons and offers tons of printable coupons from different brands. Everything from a free Quiktrip sandwich to McCormick pepper has a coupon here. Most other sites offer printable coupons through Coupons.com printers.

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www.couponsaver.org – This site featured some printable coupons from Goody’s and Midas that weren’t featured on Coupons.com. They also have free samples and Money Saving Tips along with coupon codes from Trend Micro.

http://printable-coupons.blogspot.com/ – Mommy Saves Big often has a nice selection of printable coupons as well. Kmart was the featured printable coupon vendor today.

http://www.redplum.com/Redplum is big! They’re one of the companies that deliver Sunday coupons right to your door inside the Sunday newspaper. Mini-Wheats and other grocery coupons are their main staple, and you are likely to find many coupons that are in your Sunday paper in case you miss the paper.

http://www.techbargains.com/vendor_detail.cfm/669/Printable-coupon-code - Techbargains.com offers some smashing, unique printable coupons. I found a printable coupon for 20% off Denny’s! 20% off Micheal’s, too.

http://www.valpak.com/ – They have a few printable coupons in my area, but they could stand to expand. You might want to check them out if you’re not in the Southeast United States.

http://www.bettycrocker.com/coupons-promotions/coupons/ – Betty Crocker has their own online printable coupons! If you need a birthday cake, this is the place to go.

http://www.pgeverydaysolutions.com/pgeds/pg-brandsaver-samples-coupons.jsp – P&G often deliver coupons in the Sunday paper and feature some elusive coupons on their site that you may print. Be careful because P&G places limits on their coupons.

http://www.freemania.net/coupons/ – Freemania.net also features some printable coupons among rebates, offers, and online coupons. This is always a site worth checking out, and you will be surprised what you might find here.

http://coupons.smartsource.com/ – another site that also sends you coupons in the mail. Smartsource.com features GreenGiant coupons and you can follow them on twitter!

Please post other sites that you use for printable coupons, especially if they feature coupons not found here.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

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And Google not only keeps copies of my email, but now knows the sites I visit. Oh well...

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Friday, September 18, 2009

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Toilet Paper Coupons

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If there is anything I hate to buy without a coupon, it’s toilet paper – the most disposable, necessary commodity on the planet. Coupons for toilet paper can be found at all the usual places, RedPlum, Coupons.com, etc., but you can also sign up for toilet papers coupons for your special free coupon email. Mine is at Gmail.com.

AngelSoft.com features a coupon email list that you may sign up for. Although not the softest, if you apply coupons, AngelSoft generally becomes cheaper than the store brand. AngelSoft generally feels better than $.99 toilet paper as well. I just signed up for their mailing list, and I was able to print my new member coupon for $.50 off any double roll right away!

Charmin toilet paper coupons can be found at the P&G site. The P&G  site will download coupons directly to your Kroger card, but that is another story. Here is the link if you would like to register for P&G coupons for things like Charmin, Tide, and Gillette Mach 3 Razors (In my opinion, the absolute best!) https://www.pgeverydaysolutions.com/pgeds/charmin/brandsampler-register.jsp.

Cottonelle, very soft, but generally a bit more pricey, has its very own link for printable coupons: http://www.cottonelle.com/coupons.aspx. Even their coupon method is very discrete. You enter your email address and proceed to follow prompts. I could not locate the coupons! OH NO! I really want to try the Cottonelle with Aloe. My coupon is printing right now. All you have to do is press the enter key after entering your name and email address, and pouf! another $.50 off toilet paper.

In my search for Marcal coupons, I ran into a new coupon website for printable coupons, http://www.afullcup.com/users/welcome. Smartsource, Coupons.com, and RedPlum are all in one place! Apparently you can buy the Marcal coupons that went out in some Sunday circulars here.

Smartsource.com also has coupons for $1 off Scott Naturals when you buy 6 or more rolls. Scott is long-lasting toilet paper. It may cost a bit more, but it generally lasts twice as long!

I hope you have fun finding your own toilet paper coupons, and go recycled!

Saturday, September 5, 2009

A Free Sample of Totally Free Samples on the Internet

The best things in life come free, right? There are many interesting items on the Internet for free. I mean absolutely free. The best site, most trustworthy site for free samples is probably Wal-mart’s free samples. You have to be careful with free things. They can loop into free trials, on-going subscriptions, or special offers that may sound appealing but usually involve some kind of catch. Wal-mart’s free samples are trustworthy, dependable, and secure. The samples to take a while to arrive in the mailbox, but they do arrive. Right now Walmart.com features a free sample of Fancy Feast Appetizers, Zyrtec, Nicorette, Huggies, and Kotex. I ordered Zora the free sample of Fancy Feast.

http://www.freemania.net/. At Freemania.net, I ordered a free sample of Mary Kay Mascara. This site does feature a lot of contests and items that involve purchases to receive free things on the Internet, but on the whole, it is a great site full of free offers and samples.

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spanOffers a free sample newsletter that arrives in your coupon email. You do have to provide your email address to sign up for these free offers, but you can preview the last newsletter sent out. This sites also features prizes and contests, which, as a matter of personal choice, I try to avoid. I did get a free sample of True Lemon, a crystallized lemon powder.

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Lots of free samples offered here as well. I am signing up for a free copy of Hope, Medicine, and Healing, a totally free book. You may also order a free Bible from Lesea. I also decided on a free sample of LaCoste perfume! That one excited me! I love perfume! I would have a whole room filled with just perfume like they do at Macy’s if I could. I also opted for complete free sample of homemade soap, a free sample of Noevir anti-aging cream which also comes with a free catalog, a free sample of Flix plastic toothpicks, a free sample of Dentaburst, which is good considering I have no idea what Dentaburst is, a free sample of some lubricants, and a free sample of Renaldi olive oil. Then, I printed out a coupon for a free sample of Bare Escentuals from JCPenny, which I was happy to find because most free samples from Bare Escentuals feature some kind of subscription, but JCPenny sounds legit.

Have fun ordering all your free items!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Deal of the Week – Top 10 Websites For The Cheapest Magazine Subscriptions Online


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Magazine subscriptions can be found at awesome discounts online everyday! Check out these top ten sites for awesome magazines and subscription deals. Magazines are definitely one of those items where paying full price is not necessary! Click on to find great deals.

Control Group of Magazines:

  • Maximum PC
  • Wired
  • PC World

1. Maghound.com – Get all your magazines for one monthly low price of $4.95. Choose 3 magazines a month. Choose from hundreds of vendors and switch magazines every month. While this is not the cheapest magazine subscription site around, it does come pretty close. Each magazine costs you around $1.65 a month. With the ability to switch up, this is one of the best deals on the net. The charge will automatically renew. You can also upgrade to 5 magazines a month for $7.95/ month, 7 magazines at $9.95/month, or 8 or more magazines at just $1 an issue. It’s really hard to beat these prices!

  • Maximum PC, Wired, and a miscellaneous fashion magazine can be purchased here, but no PCWorld or even Computer Shopper, which are normally higher priced subscriptions. As long as your needs are not specific or high end, this site is for you.
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2. Quicken Picks offers 17.5% Cash Back when you shop Magazines.com through their site. One of the deals they offer is “Save up to 88% on Magazine Subscriptions plus Free Shipping” . Magazines.com is a relatively normal run-of-the-mill magazine subscription site. The 17.5% cash back sweetens the deal, but that does take an extra 30 days.

  • Maximum PC – 12 issues for $12
  • Wired – 12 issues for $12
  • PC World – 12 issues for $19.97
  • Magazines.com averages $1.22 per month for the control subscriptions.

    3. BARNES AND NOBLEThis is definitely one of the most awesome places to find discounts on magazines. A year of Seventeen magazine is just $7.97, and less if you become a member. Check out the $5-$10 section for Marie Claire, Good Housekeeping, Esquire and Elle.

  • Maximum PC – 12 issues $24 ($21.60 for members)
  • Wired – 12 issues for $10 ($9 for members)
  • PC World – 1 year $19.97 ($17.97 for members)
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    4. MAGAZINECOST.COM – Compare costs for magazine subscriptions. Type in the name of the magazine you’re looking for or choose from the categories on the left sidebar. Voila! Comparative deals pop up! Choose the cheapest and subscribe. Shop and Compare sites are always awesome for great deals.

  • Maximum PC - $8.99 for 12 issues
  • Wired - $10 for 12 issues
  • PC World – Could not be found
  • 5. Amazon.com – Amazon is, as always, a great place to shop for printed material. Search for subscriptions in the magazine section.

    Here are some prices at this time:

    1. Maxim (1-year)
    $10.00 ($0.83/issue)
    2. Wired (1-year)
    $10.00 ($0.83/issue)
    3. Redbook (1-year)
    $5.99 ($0.50/issue)
    4. Esquire (1-year)
    $8.00 ($0.67/issue)
    5. Good Housekeeping (1-year)
    $7.97 ($0.66/issue)
    6. Marie Claire (2-year)
    $10.00 ($0.42/issue)
    7. Details (1-year)
    $9.97 ($0.91/issue)
    8. Harper's Bazaar (1-year)
    $8.00 ($0.67/issue)
    9. Health (1-year)
    $9.95 ($0.99/issue)
    10. Seventeen (2-year)
    $10.00 ($0.42/issue

  • Maximum PC - $14.95 for 12 issues
  • Wired - $10 for 12 issues
  • PC World - $19.97 for 12 issues
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    6. eBay – Find archived magazine subscriptions on the cheap here. Maxim 2007 and 2008 are featured. Current subscriptions can be found as well. Prices will vary with time and vendors.

  • Maximum PC (2009 - 2010) – 1 year $6 ( must purchase gift certificate and not actual subscription )
  • Wired (2009 - 2010) - 1 year $7.50 ( must purchase gift certificate and not actual subscription )
  • PC World (2009 - 2010) – not found
  • 7. http://discountmagazines.com – Find many, many $5.95 subscriptions here. Some of the titles include Black Enterprise, Elle, Esquire, Jet, True Story Romance Special, and the Yoga Journal.

  • Maximum PC – $5.95 for 12 issues
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  • PC World – Not Found
  • 8. MagazinePriceSearch.com – another shop and compare site with many more options. Reader’s Digest is a mere $3.55 for 12 issues!

    Click here for Magazines under $5.

    Here are some other prices:

    Atlantic Monthly $5.84 for 10 issues
    Better Homes & Gardens $9.97 for 12 issues
    ESPN Magazine $5.54 for 26 issues
    Family Circle $7.99 for 15 issues
    Good Housekeeping $7.49 for 12 issues

    Just about everything is available for comparison here.

  • Maximum PC - $7.99 for 12 issues
  • Wired - $9.86 for 12 issues
  • PC World - $19.97 for 12 issues
  • Readers Digest Subscription Gift Pack ( 12 issues)

    9. You might also want to check out the magazine’s actual website for magazine deals. Redbook.com for instance. Search for coupon codes as well that may be applied to magazine subscriptions at the direct website and partner websites as well.

  • Maximum PC – 12 issues for $14.95 and a free newsletter.
  • Wired – 12 issues for $10 and Free How to Guide Jam Packed with hundreds of dollars in information.
  • PC World - $19.97 for 12 issues, but try the magazine first with 2 free issues. A bonus CD is included with the subscription (and trial) at the time of this article’s publication, and receive the bonus free newsletter as well. Digital issues are available as well.
  • 10. Magazine coupon codes. Check out these sites for magazine coupon codes that you can apply to many magazine deals that you find online!

    http://www.couponmountain.com/

    http://www.couponchief.com/

    http://www.couponcactus.com/

    Magazines can be found at great discounts if you take the time to shop. Deals are everywhere and you should be able to find something to suit your needs. Change your subscription every month or subscribe to certain magazines for less than $5 a year!

    Thursday, June 4, 2009

    CVS Coupon, Deals and Discounts, and ExtraCare Card Savings – Save A Lot

    CVS drugstore offers a veritable plethora of discounts. There are a few steps to getting the best CVS deals. Follow this step-by-step plan to save tons of money at CVS pharmacies nationwide.

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    1. Get yourself a CVS ExtraCare Rewards Program Card. Registration for one of these cards is simple. You can pick up a simple form in one of your local stores. Then you can connect your physical card to an online account to view the account status and rewards. This card enables you to take advantage of the many offers and discounts that CVS has to offer on a daily basis.

    Buy things and coupons will print out at the register. Sometimes you will get $10 off your next purchase of $25 or more. Other great discounts print out as well.

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    2. Navigate to CVS.com and view this week’s circular. This will let you know what’s on sale and what kind of things you can combine with coupons and get almost free. For example, Maxwell House coffee was buy one get one free this week in my area of the country. I printed out a coupon online for free for $2.00 off two Maxwell house coffee packages. Combine the two for a combination of a $7 discount on two Maxwell House packages of coffee, making them around $2 for both of them.

    3. Some coupons are also available for printing at CVS.com. Click on the Sales tab at CVS.com to view the sales and specials. The “Save with In-Store Coupons” will be on the right side. Click the graphic for even more printable coupons and discounts. Some are specific to CVS only.

    CVS is really a great place to combine coupons and discounts for out of this world prices. Check the website regularly for great deals in your area.

    Sunday, May 31, 2009

    How to Find Coupons on Twitter for GAP, GoDaddy, Dell, Verizon, and More

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    A variety of awesome coupons and deals can be found on Twitter by following other Twitter people or searching CouponTweet.com. You will need a Twitter account for this. For those of you who don’t know, Twitter is similar to a blogging arena for everyone. Everyone can make short comments for links, articles, what happens when they brush their teeth, who walks the dog, etc. You must sign up in order to follow these people’s comments and make some of your own. Click here to create your own Twitter account.

    Once your account is created, sign in and start finding people to follow. If you just want to create a coupon account, search Twitter users for user with coupon, coupons, or discount(s) as a user name. There will be many options to choose from. Pick a few or a hundred to follow.

    Navigate back to your homepage and start viewing the goodies. Tweets will come in the next few minutes, hours, and days about discounts, coupons, and coupon codes. Another Twitter option is CouponTweet.com.

    twitterres CouponTweet.com is in the beta stages, but this new coupons site for tweeters has lots of potential. Browse categories including all, apparel, cell phones, computers and electronics. Old Navy, GAP, and Footlocker are some of the vendors featured in the apparel section. Dell, Best Buy, and Logitech are featured in the computers and electronics section. GoDaddy coupons can even be found in the web hosting section. This is one of the most complete coupon listing sites on the Internet, and a very valuable way of finding online coupons. There is also a search section where you can search for items by keyword, store name, or category. Twitter is an excellent coupon database because the coupons are all linked together in one page with easy to follow links. You may also choose to follow CouponTweet.com as well. Have fun tweeting!

    Sunday, May 24, 2009

    Valpak.com – Printable Coupons in Your Area

    Valpak is famous for their blue envelopes packed with savings and discounts specialized for your area. Valpak has been in business for over 40 years and offers excellent discounts, great values, and exciting offers. In 2008, Valpak will deliver their famous blue envelopes to over 45 million households throughout the United States and Canada. (REF)

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    Valpak.com features beauty coupons, dining and restaurant coupons, entertainment and travel coupons, general services coupons, grocery coupons, health and medical coupons, home and garden coupons, professional services coupons, shops and retail coupons, and transportation and auto coupons. Clip and print only the coupons you will use. Hurry! Print them fast. According to an article on cnet, “Eventually charges will be added. That day will come when Internet coupons are being redeemed in enough of a critical mass that it’s a [good] business decision.”

    Kornblum, Janet “Val-Pak launches coupon site” cnet. 30 October 1998. Web. 24 May 2008.

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    Subscription to a mailing list is also available. You must enter your address and email it to them in order to receive coupons mailed to your home. In order to receive postal coupons mailed to your home, you must send an email to mailto:customer_service@valpak.com?subject=Request that includes your complete mailing address, and it will be submitted. Your email address is never sold to a third party for any reason.

    There is a section for auto coupons with coupons from ExpertTire, Tires Plus, and Firestone. Home and Gardens coupons for my area included coupons from Vonage and DIRECTV coupons.

    Don’t forget to swing by the recipes section for great organic and regular recipes. Exclusive members may also enter Valpack.com’s daily sweepstakes entries. Cash, trips, and other things can be won by sweepstakes contestants.

    To advertise with ValPak, click here.

    Monday, May 18, 2009

    Money Saving Deal of the Week: How to Clean Up on a Dime - Save Money on Cleaning Supplies by Using Cheap Basics

     

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    SoftScrub, PineSol, Swiffer Jet are all excellent items if you can afford to throw away tons of money, but cleaning supplies can be acquired that do the job for much less. In today's economy, you may want to consider other options.

    First of all, much of advertising aimed at the average consumer places too much emphasis on household cleaning products. These products are only slightly more effective than the products they originate from at 4 and sometimes 10 times the cost. Are you wasting money because you have been paying too much attention to the television. Are there cleaning products that you just can't live without? How much should you be saving?

     

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    Second, many cheaper items can substituted for more expensive items. This is especially useful in times of scarcity such as your most recent layoff. Temporarily these items can be sacrificed for their more expensive counterparts.

     

    SUBSTITUTION ITEMS   

    Swiffer Sweep Jet

    Broom and Mop

    Toilet Bowl Cleaner

    Comet

    PineSol

    Ammonia

    SoftScrub

    Inexpensive Bleach Cleanser

    Wood Protectant

    Mineral Oil

    Expensive Dusting Spray

    A rag with a dot of mineral oil or water and a feather duster

    Glass Cleaner

    Vinegar and water solution with heavy duty paper towels

    Check out these links for more information on how to make your own household cleaners:

    http://tipnut.com/cleaning-house-cheap/

    http://tipnut.com/category/cleaning/cleaning-recipes/page/2/

    Finally, your local Dollar Star, Dollar Tree, or store that carries items that only cost $1 each will normally carry items ranging from Febreeze knock-offs to packs of 12 sponges for only $1. This makes for a convenient one-stop-shop for discounted cleaning needs. Be careful that you do not purchase items that are cheaper at department stores here for $1. One of the most obvious items is Comet. Comet and its knock-offs are usually less expensive at Wal-mart if they are more than 75 cents. Dollar General, if located in your area, is also a great discount supply store for cleaning items.

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    Another great money-saving idea is to use reusable mesh laundry bags for recycling purposes. This also helps the environment. Mesh recycling bags cut approximately $3 from your monthly budget, and are very inexpensive. 

    Saturday, May 16, 2009

    Sign Up For Mailing List Coupons From Bed Bath & Beyond, Tires Plus, Sonic, AngelSoft and GNC

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    Sign up for these mailing lists and get coupons in your coupon email box for free! Many companies offer mailing lists for customers to subscribe to for coupon offers on their websites. Just sign up using your special coupon email, and receive special offers all day. Better yet, find an overpriced but gotta-have-it item at a store you like. Then sign up for their mailing list, and grab a discount. I found the perfect shoes-under for my room at Bed Bath and Beyond, but I wanted a discount. So, I signed up for their mailing list, and viola 20% off one item!

    Here’s a summary of my mailing list spoils:

    1. Bed Bath and Beyond – 20% off one item. The item is in-store only and does not apply to online purchases. The certificate cannot be applied to gift cards, Vera Wang, Swarovski, and a host of other brands but should apply to my ShoesUnder. It also expires in around two weeks from now.
    2. Tires Plus – 10% off your next regular price purchase for most vehicles. This can really save you a lot of money if you need a whole new set of tires. Tires Plus is usually priced fairly as well.
    3. GNC - $5 off your next purchase of $35 or more. This discount does not apply to gift cards or buy one get one 50% off purchases. Vitamins are a pretty large portion of my monthly purchases, and any discounts are welcomed.
    4. Sonic Fast Food Restaurant - Enter your e-mail address to receive a coupon for a FREE CroisSONIC™ Breakfast Sandwich with purchase of a large drink. Choose from bacon or sausage with egg and cheese. Free just for signing up!
    5. AngelSoft – Save $.50 off one 6-Double Roll or larger pack of Angel Soft Toilet Paper. Find these babies on sale, and you have a whopper of a deal. AngelSoft is truly great t.p.!

    Signing up for mailing lists is a free, inexpensive, easy way to get coupons for stores and restaurant when they have items you need, but don’t want to pay full price for. Keep looking and please comment if you know of any other email sign-up discounts.

    Wednesday, May 13, 2009

    RedPlum Website – More Sunday Circular Newspaper Coupons and Coupons Mailed to Your Home For Free

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    Redplum is a major Sunday circular coupon distributor for my area. New offers and coupons appear on the Redplum site daily. There is absolutely no cost for joining Redplum.com. If you would like to join Redplum’s mailing list, Click here . Enter your home address to receive coupons through the mail from RedPlum. The Redplum site also has many other remarkable features you might want to investigate.

    First, Redplum.com features clippable coupons for grocery items. Unfortunately the coupons come with preinstalled printing limits. I just discovered this while trying to print at least 20 Rice Roni coupons, and I’m still laughing. I really do love Rice Roni. The grocery coupons work like any other site. Choose the ones you would like to print, “clip” them and you’re ready to print.

    Next, Redplum has regular sweepstakes and contests. The Snuggle Creme Luxurious Laundry Giveaway and BigResearch Happy Holidays Sweepstakes are the two running right now. The Snuggle sweepstakes is for a free washer and dryer!

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    Then, RedPlum offers advertising. Advertise both online and through printed media such as newspaper ads. You must contact the sales staff for advertising needs.

    Redplum also features a Style section, which is awesome. Fantastic Sam’s haircuts and styles are on sale every day all day at great discounts in my area. You must enter your zip code for specific information.

    Next, the Restaurant section functions in much the same manner where you must enter your area code to view specials in your area. There were none for my mostly rural area this week.

    This site features many more online coupons codes than Smartsource, their closest competitor in my zipcode. Coupon codes can be found for pet items, travel, baby, and electronics.

    Finally, you may also create your own account at Redplum.com. Redplum offers text messages and email updates for your convenience. I always sign up using my special coupon email address that I have created especially for special offers. This way if I forget to check for coupons or if I am too busy to check for coupons, coupons will come in my inbox.

    Redplum.com is one of the most useful coupon sites that I have stumbled on so far. I only wish they had more printable coupons. This is one of the basic coupon sites for every coupon maven. Happy coupon hunting!