Save 20% off Coach Factory Store

I love Coach.  What started off as one small gift from my husband years ago, has turned into an all-out obsession. To keep cost in check, my favorite place to shop for Coach is at the Factory Outlets. You can get some GREAT deals there! Today, I got a flyer …

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs DVD & Blu-ray for $10

Tomorrow  is the re-release date for the Disney Classic Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs. Since I want to make sure my family has all of the classics, I am super excited about this deal from Amazon. The Diamond edition combo pack of Snow White includes both DVD and Blu-ray versions.  The …

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Free Pampers Gifts to Grow Code

Happy October, Pampers just released a new FREE Gifts to Grow code for October – GRATUIT89102009. It is good for 1 point. If you still haven’t used these codes JOINTHEFUNGTG09 and JUSTBECAUSE2009, they still work. But if you have already put them into your account previously they won’t work again. …

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How do I Save Money with Coupons?

I received the email below from one of my Mommy friends, and I am excited she asked! I have always loved a good sale or savings, but I became a real coupon junkie when I became a SAHM. I found myself in the same place my friend is in, I …

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Cupons for Military Families Overseas!

Ok all you coupon clipping mommas, I have a mission for you. Did you know military members and their families can use Manufacturer Coupons up to 6 months AFTER they expire at the commissary on base? Yep, the coupons you can’t use anymore can provide those who serve our country with a little savings!

I was so excited when I stumbled across this web site about an Overseas Coupon Program. It is run entirely by volunteers, and it provides information about how and where you can send your coupons to U.S. Military bases overseas. Of course, the program would love for you to collect mounds of coupons, but anything you have that you can send helps.

Here is the gist of the program:

  1. Adopt a base. (You don’t have to do this, but this seems to be how the site is able to track how many coupons it has helped provide. So, why not?)
  2. Manufacturer coupons only. In-store coupons are useless. No restaurant coupons either.
  3. Clip your coupons as if you were going to use them yourself.
  4. Separate into 2 piles – food and non-food and place into baggies or envelopes to keep separate.
  5. Send coupons no more than 2 months expired so they have time to use them.
  6. Add up the dollars saved if all coupons are used (again, this isn’t necessary, but it helps the web site track).
  7. Mail your coupons to the base.
  8. Report how many coupons you mailed back to the web site.

That’s it! They even give you props on their site for the dollar amount of coupons you send.

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