The Frugal Girl - Cheerfully Living On Less
cheerfully living on less. 1. I bought some name-brand gluten-free pretzels on sale There are a number of specialty gluten-free brands out there, but some mainstream manufacturers sell gluten-free items too and those seem to be cheaper than the specialty brands.
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Coupons Archives - The Frugal Girl
After my small tirade on extreme couponing, I thought it might be good to show you the front of my fridge. I’m not entirely anti-coupon. I have a coupon for free Tropicana OJ from the Juicy Rewards program, a $10 off a $10 purchase at Kohls from Discover card (this will be used to buy […]
I do like some coupons. - The Frugal Girl
I have a coupon for free Tropicana OJ from the Juicy Rewards program, a $10 off a $10 purchase at Kohls from Discover card (this will be used to buy Lisey a swimsuit), a Lowe’s coupon, and a series of Weis coupons (like $5 off a $40 purchase, $3 off a fresh meat purchase, and there are even some free product coupons in there too.)
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What I think of Extreme Couponing - The Frugal Girl
I love coupons, but not for food. I always print off store coupons for places like Roberts, Kohls, and Bed, Bath, and Beyond before I hit the store. However, these coupons come in my email inbox or from the store’s website. I save big bucks when purchasing gifts this way.
I was so coupon-y yesterday. - The Frugal Girl
But a free paper got dropped off the other day, so I clipped out a few toiletry coupons. So yesterday I used five $1 toiletry coupons, which were doubled to be $10. Oh, and this is not coupon-y, but while I was at the mall, I dropped a pair of falling-apart sneakers off at the Nike store, which accepts old shoes for recycling.
Five Frugal Things | black-thumb seed saving - The Frugal Girl
1. I combined my birthday 5% off via Target Circle, plus $10 off $30 purchase of beauty products, plus a 30% off bedding coupon and saved $30 on my total order from Target. This allowed us to purchase a much needed set of flannel sheets, some household items and toiletries we were needing, and several Christmas gifts. 2.
What I think of Groupon after 6 months - The Frugal Girl
Typically the coupons offer you a 50% off kind of deal. For instance, you might be able to buy a $30 restaurant certificate for $15, or a $60 salon service for $30. I like that Groupon mostly works with small, local businesses…Groupon is a big company, but they’re partnering with small companies, which is awesome.
Five Frugal Things | is $300 frugal? Well - The Frugal Girl
4- Used coupons (they had peelies on the boxes, plus they were on sale.)to get cereal inexpensively. Got Rice Krispies $1.45 each and Fruit Loops for 40c each. I also used 2 store coupons for off cereal to bring the price down. 5- Used Ibotta to get a couple freebies and boxes of sunbelt granola bars for 66c each. They were on sale too.
Tuesday Tip | Use competitor coupons at craft stores - The
I love when stores will take coupons off of your phone!! Replacement ink (tri-color and black) for my printer costs only $5 less than the printer itself when I bought it. That just blows my mind! Reply. Mrs. Picky Pincher says. March 20, 2018 at 11:05 am. Oooh, thanks for the heads up! I didn’t know that craft stores honored competitor coupons.