Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Win Cash to Fund a Super Bowl Party!

We have paired up with Family Centsability to host a Cash giveaway to help fund a Super Bowl party.

Enter here to win $75.00 to help pay for your party!

12:01am EST 01/25/12 - 12:01am EST 01/29/12

The winner gets their choice of Paypal cash or a mailed pre-paid Visa gift card to use at the store of their choice! 

Good luck everyone!

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Monday, January 23, 2012

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Low Priced Magazines

Best Deal Magazines is having a great sale that ends on 01/15/12. Magazines like Shape, Family Fun, Yoga, Whole Living and others are $4.69 for a 1 year subscription. You can get them cheaper if you use code WKLYSPEC, a 1 year subscription for $3.76.

If you go through Ebates you also get 10% cash back. Don't miss out on this opportunity to start the new year with your favorite magazines at great prices!

Friday, January 13, 2012

P&G Samples and Coupons

Head over to P&G and request your free samples and coupons. You can request once per quarter and they have a large selection of samples and coupons available so click all that interest you.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

$0.97 Nexcare Bandages at Walmart after Cash Back

Nexcare bandages assorted colors 25 count is available on Shop at Home's WILD deal today. It's free after cash back but shipping is $0.97. So you get the bandages for $0.97 after cash back. Go to Shop at Home and get this deal now. Click here.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Starting off the New Year Right

Hello Everyone! The new year has begun and as usual, we are all excited! The new year gives us a chance to make new resolutions and actually stick to them this time. So once again we make the same resolutions: lose / maintain weight, exercise more, eat healthier, spend less... Well, this year I'm not making a giant list of resolutions. I have a couple I would like to stick to like starting a healthy eating regimen and trying to pay off the majority of my debts so I can save more money.

The second one has a high priority for me because we would like to buy a house. So I don't want to become overwhelmed thinking about all the debt we have and how to pay it off in time. Instead, I'm making my own personal timeline (and I encourage you to join me in this endeavour). I have written down how much I owe on each account and my goal will be to pay off the small ones first. Some people like to start off with the larger ones, or the ones with higher interest rates. I believe, however, that a small account can be paid off faster and that will help you get a sense of accomplishment; making it harder to give up. I will be giving myself 2 months to pay off the first one (it's fairly small) and then I will move on to the next one.

I will be sharing my progress with you. Also, if any of you would like to join in, feel free to comment on your progress and what approach you will be taking. We are all here to help each other out.