Archive for the 'it's a deal' Category

04
Jan
10

Eight new high-value L’Oreal printable coupons


Loreal

Coupons.com just released some high-value L’Oreal coupons. Paired with a sale, these should make for some great deals. And I’m guessing they won’t be around for long so I’d print them right away if you use these products.

Click here to print the following coupons:

$2/1 L’Oreal EverPure Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment

$1/1 L’Oreal Eye Product

$2/1 L’Oreal Makeup, Powder, Blush or Concealer Product

$2/1 L’Oreal Hair Color

$2/1 L’Oreal Lip Product

$1/1 L’Oreal Skincare Product

$1/1 L’Oreal Vive Pro Product

Thanks, Mojo Savings!

18
Nov
09

Free. That’s all I have to say.

100 FREE Prints with a $5 Purchase at Snapfish.  New customers get 50 more. Use code FREE5 at checkout. Also check out the many other great photo offers to get a total of nearly 400 prints free.

Go here and download your FREE copy of The Martha Stewart Thanksgiving eCookbook, from Sirius Radio.
Go here and sign up to get your $10 book of coupons for Organic Valley products by snail mail. Don’t forget you can print $8 in coupons for Organic Valley products here, if you haven’t already.
Find out about more organic coupons here. And here.
Free Detergent sample: New to ShopText sampling? Go here to find out how to register. THEN, text the word NATURAL to the number 467467 to have a sample of Greenworks detergent mailed to you. This is a ShopText sample you get using your cellphone and standard text message fees apply (so only do this if you have unlimited texting option on your phone already)
Go here and sign up for your free sample of Huggies Little Movers diapers from Walmart. (Choose size 3, 4, or 5) This is a new and different link from the September freebie.

Print coupons for Huggies diapers here. And here. And by the way, they’re only $8.99 at Walgreens this week. (thru Saturday) Remember, if they’re out, ask for a rain check, then you can get them for $8.99 at your convenience.
Get your free samples of Kotex Overnights Ultra Thin with Wings here.
17
Nov
09

sell your junk, buy my junk. not that junk – keep it in your pants, please.

A couple of weeks ago, I cleaned out the office. I had a stack of books (about 2 shelves worth!) that I was ready to sell and checked out this site first – they gave me about what I’d have gotten on half.com for the books, but I didn’t have to wait for a seller. They only took about 10% of the books I had to sell, but …they provided a prepaid shipping label so all I had to do was box them up and send them off. The rest, I’ve listed on half.com and a handful have sold. Cash4books seemed to be most interested in more recent books (since 2006) and textbooks.

14
Nov
09

Todays project

The littlest rockstar is off to see Cats with Grandma today, so I’ve got plenty to keep me busy.

One of my projects is to get these coupons under control! I suspect that part of the reason I am feeling so uninspired is that my coupons look like this:

This makes it pretty much impossible to find anything in short order.

So, I’ve seen most hardcore coupon types putting together a binder with baseball card pages in them to store coupons. I’m going to give that a swing. I picked up 50 9 pocket baseball card pages on ebay for around $10 plus shipping, then found a binder that I am hopeful will hold up. It also has built-in pockets in the front and back which would be handy for the little coupon books that CVS and Walgreens inevitably have.

Think I can get everything in there? I do hope.

And of course, a little personalization is never amiss:

If I pull it off, expect pictures of that, too. Oh, and it’s about time for me to take down all my Halloween decorations, isn’t it. *adds that to the list*

Also, I signed up on this site because they sent me a thing of freebies, right? This was on the packaging. I… really kind of hate this. Doesn’t this reinforce stereotypes and all sorts of negative business?

12
Nov
09

30% off at Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy Starts Today!

Having trouble seeing the In-store Barcode at the bottom of this post? Click here.

Printable coupon behind the cut… Continue reading ‘30% off at Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy Starts Today!’

10
Nov
09

You are about to be the cheapest date ever.

Restaurant.com $25 gift certificates are usually $10. With this 80% off code below, that makes them $2.00. You read that right, a $25 dining certificate is $2.

Now, you have to read the obligatory fine print. Usually there’s a minimum purchase of $35 or $50 on a $25 certificate. But still, that’s a hell of a deal.

You purchase them and save them in your restaurant.com account until you’re ready to print it and use it. That’s it! It is at the restaurant’s discretion if they will let you use it towards booze.

Go right now to restaurant.com to get an extra 80% off their dining certificates. The coupon code is ENTREE and expires 11/12/09.

(Restaurant.com certificates expire 1 year from their purchase date.)

06
Nov
09

They’re only going to aggravate you.

Before you give them some nasty names, why not gather up those lights and trade them in for new ones. The cashiers will appreciate you doing this before you’re in the foulest mood that no one wants to buy you a gift.

Recycle your used or broken holiday lights at Home Depot by 11/15 and get $3 off the purchase of any energy efficient LED holiday lights, which use 80% less energy. Go here for more information.
The lights should be priced around $5.97 – $3.00 coupon = $2.97!