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Friday? Mega Swag Bucks Day!


Every Friday is Mega Swag Bucks Day (MSBD), which means better odds of winning BIG Swag Bucks denominations – up to 10,000 in one search! It’s completely Free and Swag Bucks can be traded in for rewards such as gift cards, electronics, apparel, household goods and much more!

For those that have no idea what Swag Bucks is, it is a search engine that pays you to use it. No, NOT EVERYTIME you search, but you will be surprised how often you will gain “SwagBucks” just for typing a few characters into their search bar.

Here is the painless method to join (and find out more prior to signing up):

1. Go here and register.

Both Kathy and I have enjoyed searching via SwagBucks, and like telling people about the company.

Last Day (for now) to Sign Up for Shop4Freebies

UPDATE: I have received word that the sign up period for this program will close. I have no idea when they will be accepting new sign ups in the future. So, please check the program out, and see if it is for you. We have been happy so far with what we have SAVED and learned.

I signed up to this service of sorts a while back, and want to share it with you. Yes, there are more then just a few FREE Stuff type of websites, but Shop4Freebies is different in that everything is 100% FREE. From what I can see, some of the other sites might already be obtaining their info from Shop4Freebies.

If you would like to sign up, click on the image above or go here.

A great 100% FREEBIE Site.


I signed up to this service of sorts a while back, and want to share it with you. Yes, there are more then just a few FREE Stuff type of websites, but Shop4Freebies is different in that everything is 100% FREE. From what I can see, some of the other sites might already be obtaining their info from Shop4Freebies.

If you would like to sign up, click on the image above or go here.

Why We Love Couponing for March 12, 2010

Below are our reasons for loving couponing this week.
Please share your successes!

Winn-Dixie – Paid $1.04, Saved $22.59, 96% Savings
We used the following coupons:
3 – B1G1 Toothbrush coupons from PG 3/7
3 – 75¢ Toothbrush coupons from PG 2/7
2 – 55¢ Barilla coupons from SS 3/7
2 – $1.00 Wheatables coupon from Parade 3/7



Publix, Paid $36.35,  Saved $77.03, 67% Savings
The chicken is by itself because I forgot to include it when setting up the large photo.

Here are the coupons we used:
2 – $1.00 Yoplait Yo Plus coupons from HERE
2 – $1.00 McCormick Grinder coupons from HERE (use zip code 44077)
2 – 55¢ McCormick Grinder coupons from Healthy Kids Healthy Meals (store coupon)
4 – $1.00 Del Monte Chillers coupons from HERE (wanted to start stocking up for spring!)
2 – $1.00/2 Ken’s Dressing from  SS 3/7
1 – $2.00/2 Eight O’Clock coupon from HERE
1 – $1.00 Scotties printable from HERE or HERE(remember to say “NO”)
1 – Free Publix Water Coupon
1 – B1G1 Egg Coupon – Printed a while ago
1 – 35¢ Eggland’s Best from SS 1/17
4 – 75¢ Hebrew National from SS 3/7
2 – 55¢ Bumble Bee from SS 2/21
1 – Free Yoplait from 22 3/7 (store coupon)
5 – $1.00 Sure Deodorant from Publix Green Advantage Flyer (store coupon)
1 – $5/$50 Albertsons Coupon (in this wek’s circular)

Happy 1/2 Birthday From Pop-Tarts

On February 6th. I wrote about Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts Sprinkles Program and now that I have received a package from the program, if ANYONE in your home even remotely enjoys Pop-Tarts, you really need to sign up.

Here is the exterior of the package:

I did not really think too much about the wording, so I opened the box, and WOW!!! Besides a sleeve of FULL SIZED Pop-Tarts (Frosted Chocolate Fudge TYVM), were a bunch of Pop-Tart sized cards.

After reading the first card:

The card stated, “No, not You, M… If our math is right, your child’s birthday is about 6 months away…” and “…Happy 1/2 Birthday From Us”

I did not scan the folded and VERY COLORFUL “Happy 1/2 Birthday ” Banner, but it is nearly 2.5′ long.

I am very impressed. Very witty, and creative.

Here is a folded card front and then open:

Here is the info again on where to join (we should be getting a few more of these 1/2 Birthday boxes).

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