Saturday, November 12, 2011

Save Over $7 With Coupons From Hormel


The holidays are coming and that means entertaining!  Hormel is making your job a little easier (and less expensive) with some great recipes and coupons that you can print right from their website here.  I can't wait to try their bacon dip recipe!

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Peeps Halloween Candy Coupon


Peeps are one of my favorite all time candies - so I was excited when they started making them for holidays other than just Easter!  I was really excited to find this coupon for $0.50 off of 2 packages of Halloween Peeps on their Facebook page - because they are on sale at Walgreens this week!  Woo hoo!
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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Laundry Detergent Coupons

Keeping up with 6 boys, football practices, wrestling practices, and baseball practices means one thing - Mountains of laundry piles!  Even if you don't do as many loads of laundray as we do, here are some great money saving coupons for laundry detergent:

Save $3.00 on Tide Products - Tide is our favorite brand for getting clothes really clean and fresh smelling.  Fill out the form on this page to receive money saving coupons.

Downy Wrinkle Releaser is awesome for those days when you just don't have enough time to iron (in my case would be everyday!)

Get $10 Worth of cleaning product coupons by filling in this easy form.

Bounce coupons and more are available here.


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Should Of Had a V-8? You Can Save Money With These Coupons


V-8 juices are a great way to get those much needed vitamins from juice and veggies in a delicious portable drink!  If you hadn't caught their commercials this week, you might want to know that they have added some great money saving coupons to their website.  You can print them off here.

Monday, September 5, 2011

$35 in Various Proctor&Gamble Coupons

Request the new Home Made Simple Gather Together coupon booklet to receive over $35.00 in savings from P&G by mail! Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

Coupons included in the booklet:


•FREE Swiffer Sweeper Refill wyb Starter Kit

•$5/1 Swiffer Sweepervac Starter Kit

•$1/1 Febreze Air Effects

•$1/1 Febreze Fabric Refresher

•$1/1 Febreze Noticeables Warmer, Dual Refill, or (2) Single Refills

•$1/1 Febreze Candle

•(2) $0.25/1 Dawn Product

•$0.50/1 Cascade Complete Pacs

•$0.50/1 Cascade Rinse Aid

•$1/1 Mr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray or Liquid Cleaner

•FREE Swiffer WetJet Refill wyb Starter Kit

•$1/1 Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

•$1/1 Mr. Clean Bath Scrubber or Cleaner

•$1/1 Febreze Set & Refresh

•$1/1 Swiffer Dusters Starter Kit

•FREE Febreze Flameless Luminary Refill wyb Starter Kit or Device

•$2/1 Febreze Home Collection Candle

•$1/1 Swiffer Dust & Shine Furniture Spray


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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Friday, August 19, 2011

$1.00 Coupon For Luden's Throat Drops

Ever since I was a kid, I would look to Luden's to soothe a sore throat.  Now I choose these cough drops for my family as well.  You can stock up on Luden's for the upcoming cold and flu season with a coupon for $1.00 off two packages of Luden's available here.
You can also enter to win two free bags of Luden's cough drops with this contest from Sage and Savvy.
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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Oregon Chai Twitter Party - August 30th


Although we are currently enjoying summer with temperatures in the nineties, it won't be long before fall and the chilly weather that comes along with it will be here.  One of my favorite ways to wake-up on a cold morning is with a steaming hot cup of chai tea! Yummy! 

Oregon Chai is hosting a twitter party on Tuesday, August 30th, from 7 to 8 p.m. Central Time. Twitter partygoers can expect tips for finding Me Time, decadent chai recipes, and giveaways galore! You will also have the chance to virtually mingle with other chai-fanatics - like me!


Prizes to be awarded during the Twitter party include: an over sized, custom Oregon Chai tea mug, double-walled, acrylic iced chai tea cup and Oregon Chai Original Tea Latte Concentrate. One lucky participant will win a grand prize Kindle Wi-Fi!

Follow @OregonChai and use hashtag #OregonChai to join in on the fun and to win some fabulous prizes! Then invite your friends using this sample tweet:

 Twitter party alert! Use #OregonChai & follow @OregonChai on 8.10, 7-8 pm CT for the chance to win chai goodies & Kindle Wi-Fi grand prize.


You don't even have to wait until August 30th for the Twitter Party to get your Oregon Chai groove on, head over to their Facebook page  and take the me,myself, and chai challenge to score a $1 off coupon!


Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Oregon Chai and serves as my entry to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card.  However, all opinions are my own.







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$1.00 Coupon for Nestle Toll House Cookies

I rarely have the time to bake homemade cookies, but with Nestle Toll House Cookies, I can make almost homemade cookies with that same just out of the oven warmth and taste.  They have a new flavor - peanut butter chocolate chip that my family is just dying to try out.  You can save $1.00 when you buy them with this coupon.  Remember to hit your back button and refresh to print it out twice.
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$1.00 Coupon for Chloraseptic


With 6 kiddos in the house, you can just imagine how many times the "sickies" come to visit. One of the things my kiddos love to use to relieve a sore throat is the Chloraseptic spray (I use it too!).  You can save $1.00 on your next purchase with this coupon.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

CouponChief.Com - Coupon Clipping Has Gone Digital!



Did you know that 9 out of 10 people report using coupons when they shop for grocery, household and health-care items at supermarkets?

Did you know that you could also use coupons when you buy other things on-line?  You can save money on clothing, hotel stays, haircuts, and more, just by using a few coupons!

Couponing and Saving Money is not a new thing, after all, coupons have been around since 1887 when Marketing genius and Coca-Cola co-owner, Asa Chandler created the first coupon. The name coupon was derived from the French word "couper," meaning "to cut", but you don't need to cut all of your coupons today because thanks to CouponChief.Com - Coupon Clipping Has Gone Digital!


CouponChief.Com helps you find the best deals on the Internet. Coupon Chief is one of the fastest growing coupon sites, with over 250,000 visitors each month. They have over 50,000 coupons for over 15,000 stores, giving them one of the largest databases of online coupons on the net.  If you want to buy just about anything, it is likely they will have a coupon code to save you money!



Before you make an on-line purchase, head over to CouponChief.Com to search for the retailer, it is likely you will find a coupon code.  You can also browse or search the site by category to find coupons for clothing, furniture, electronics, services, just about anything!   Simply copy the coupon code and enter it in when you checkout.

If you are like me and you like to share deals, you will love the community feature at CouponChief.Com!  They allow commenting, rating, and sharing on all of their deals.  You can send coupon codes to your friends via email, and let other users know if coupon codes work or not.  You can even submit your own coupons, and earn money by doing so!  You never knew you could make money by sharing coupons did you?

If you create a profile, they will send you email alerts when new coupon codes or retailers are added.

What are you waiting for? Head over to CouponChief.Com and register completely free and start saving today!

And... right now, if you Like CouponChief.Com on Facebook you can enter to win a $50 iTunes gift card! 
Disclosure: Although this is a paid review, the opinions are solely mine.









Thursday, August 11, 2011

$0.50 Coupon Starkist Tuna


Our family goes through a ton of tuna!  I don't think there is a person in the house that doesn't like tuna.  The problem is we are always on the go, between work, football practices, dance class, it seems like we are never home!  That is why I love the Starkist tuna pouches, because you really can take them anywhere.  Hubby throws them in his work lunchbox, and the kiddos have taken them as a pre or post football practice snack. 

You can print out a coupon to save $0.50 on Starkist Tuna here.  The coupon is available until 8/31/2011.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

$2.00 Off Pork Ribs Coupon - Rare


Ever since I got hubby a new gas grill for Father's Day he has been barbequing up a storm! Which is A-OK with our family since we love all of the yummy meals we are enjoying.  I am going to enjoy saving some money on pork ribs when I go shopping with this $2.00 off pork ribs coupon.   Remember to hit the back button and refresh to print this rare coupon out twice!

Even better, I have ten bottles of barbeque sauce that I scored a great deal on at Lowe's to go with it! Yummy ribs and saving money!  What's not to love?

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Friday, July 29, 2011

$1 Coupon for New Post-It Full Adhesive


I am a sticky-note kind of girl, but I hate the way that you can lose them if the bottom half gets pulled on.  Well, they figured out how to solve that problem with the new full adhesive post-it notes.  They still remove as cleanly and easily as the old ones when you want to take them off, they just stay put better when you want to keep them on.  You can try them out with this $1.00 coupon.

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

KC Masterpice BBQ sauce only $0.88 at Lowe's


Did you know you could buy barbeque sauce at Lowe's?  Did you know you could get it for only $0.88 with no coupon needed?  Here's how:

1. Visit Lowe's
2. Type in your zip code
3. Search for KC Masterpiece - the price will say $0.88
4. Stock up on however many you need - I bought 10 at this price.
5. Select in-store pick-up to avoid the shipping costs.

I just ordered mine right before posting this and I already got an email saying my order is ready to be picked up. 


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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Fotolia Review and Giveaway!

There is no dispute, blog posts just look better with pictures.  Wanting to add visual appeal to their posts, many bloggers have turned to the internet to search out pictures that they just cannot take themselves.  So where do you get your pictures from?

With the low price of stock photos and the increased legal action on copyright infringement, why take the chance of grabbing random images online? It is much safer to use a stock photo house.


Fotolia is one of the top stock photo houses in the world and offers royalty free images, HD video, and lots more. You can purchase items individually for a low cost starting as low as 14 cents per image, or there are subscription options which give you unlimited access to the 13,716,167 images, vectors and HD videos that are available at Fotolia.

I was provided with a free subscription to check out all they have to offer, and I was really impressed.  I will be hosting a getting organized event in August with this blog and my other blog Homeschool Parent, so I did a search for organizing - here is a partial screen shot of what my search looked like:




You can see there were over 7,000 files available for me to choose from!

Here is one of the pictures I will be using in an upcoming blog post.  I love it and there is no way that I could have taken a picture like this myself.





Contest:
Fotolia is offering TWO of my readers the opportunity to check out their services for 14 days for free!  Here's how to enter:

Mandatory Entry:  Must be completed in order to enter. Follow my blog and post a comment below answering the following question: What image would you search for using Fotolia?

Extra Entries: (Please leave an additional comment for each additional form of entry.

 1. Follow me on Twitter (1 entry)
2. Follow my other blog Homeschool Parent (1 entry)

3. Tweet this giveaway (1 entry each time may be done twice daily).  You can copy and paste the sentence below:

Fernley Family: Fotolia Review and Giveaway! http://t.co/Y6lUB4K


Contest ends on August 10th.  Good luck!







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Sunday, July 24, 2011

$0.75 Coupon for Ritz Crackerfuls

Ritz Crackerfuls are one of mine and Luke's (my 5 year old) favorite snacks!  They are super portable - I can throw a few in my purse when we are out and about, and they are satisfying.  Head over here to print out a coupon for $0.75 off of Ritz Crackerfuls.  Remember to hit the back button and refresh to print it out twice.  The web page is in Spanish, but the coupon prints out in both English and Spanish. Safeway has these on sale for $2.50 this week.
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Join No More Rack and Get a $10 Gift Card

Whether you are shopping for BlogHer, Back to School, a summer wedding, or just in a shopping mood, you may want to check out No More Rack.  Each day the site features 8 amazing deals with savings from 50% on up - the average savings seems to be about 75% off.  I have seen everything from purses to shoes to toys for your little ones.  The best part?  If you sign up now, they will give you a free $10 gift card to use towards your first purchase!
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Saturday, July 23, 2011

My Little Bobblehead


Luke, my youngest, has been watching his older brothers play football, patiently waiting for his turn.  In our league they can start at 5, so this is his first year playing.  He loves it!  He is the one in orange.  They are so cute at this age - they look like little bobbleheads!

 

$1.00 off 3 Pop Tarts Coupon

Pop-tarts are another must have at our house.  In fact, I have one picky boy who would not eat breakfast at all if it weren't for pop-tarts!  I will be definitely adding this coupon for $1.00 off of 3 packages of Pop Tarts to my collection!

$0.70 coupon for Cheez-its


My boys love, love, love Cheez-its, and truth be told, so do mom and dad.  So, of course I had to print out this coupon for $0.70 off one package of Cheez-its!  If your family is like mine, you will want to print one out for yourself!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Target Gift Card Winner!

Congrats to the winner of our $25 Target Gift Card!
Trish said...

"I follow on GFC. I would use this on diapers probably."

I have emailed the winner who has 48 hours to send me their mailing address or I will pick another winner.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Paying it Forward - Cut, Clip, Save - a great site for couponers!

 

Holly over at A Life-Size Catholic hosts a blog event called Pay It Forward, where you highlight a particular blog or blogger that you love.  I am participating in the event on my other blog, and I decided I just had to particpate with this blog as well so that I could give a shout out to one of my Twitter friends who I can't wait to meet in person at BlogHer! 

So... without further ado, meet Amber Flores.




If she looks familiar, it may be because you have seen her on the show Extreme Couponing.  Yes folks, she is the real deal on Extreme Couponing.  She has a blog called Cut, Clip, and Save where she gives helpful tips and advice on couponing for the very beginning coupon user to the Extreme couponing veteran.  If you are a coupon user like me, you will definitely want to subscribe or follow her blog.
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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Great Buy on Charmin at Staples


While you are stocking up on some great deals on school supplies at Staples, you may also want to grab some Charmin! I picked up a 16 double roll package for only $4.99  - that works out to $0.16 per single roll and that is a great stock up price especially for Charmin!  The sale runs through July 30th, so you might want to stop by a couple of times.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Reading - A Stolen Life - A Memoir Jaycee Dugard

June 10th 1991 began at first like just any other day.  I woke up, ate breakfast, and headed out the door to walk to the bus stop.  Luckily, I made it to school and arrived safely home that afternoon.  Unfortunately, another little girl across town was not able to say the same thing.  Her name was Jaycee Lee Duggard, and she was kidnapped as she attempted to walk to her own school bus that morning.  She tells her story in A Stolen Life. 



I remmber the first time I heard what had happened to her.  I was almost finished with my Sophmore year at South Tahoe High School.  Like Jaycee who was excited about an upcoming field trip to a water park, I was also looking forward to summer vacation.  My daydreams of hanging out on the shores of Lake Tahoe with my friends were interrupted when the principal came over the loud speaker to inform us that a 5th grader had been abducted by a man and a woman on her way to the bus stop.  They did not know where she was, or if they might strike again.  We were given instructions to not walk home alone that afternoon.


I followed instructions and had one of my best friends, Michelle ride home from school with me that afternoon.  That evening the story was on all of the news channels.  We heard her name for the first time - she was Jaycee Lee Duggard, and she was 11 years old.  She lived with her mom, step-father (who was a suspect up until the day she was found), and her half-sister.  Our small town was in a state of shock.  Lake Tahoe was not the type of place where people were afraid of one another.  Most people didn't even lock their doors, and if they did, everyone knew that they had a key hidden under a fake rock.  But after that day, everything changed.  People become a little less trusting, parents began walking their children to the bus stops every day, not just the first day of school.  And everywhere you turned you saw Jaycee's face, on a missing poster, and you just prayed that someday she would make it home alive.  You hoped that all of those pink ribbons would make a difference, that somehow her kidnappers would return her to her family.



After so many years had gone by, I think most people began to think that maybe the unspeakable had happened, maybe she wasn't alive.  I still remember the shock, relief, and sadness (for all that she had endured) I felt when one of my best friends texted me on August 27, 2009 at 5:30 in the morning.  He had been there with me in Chemistry class when we had heard she was kidnapped, and it was he who sent me the news that Jaycee was alive.  His text said "They found Jaycee Lee - alive! She walked into a Bay Area police station."  I know that everyone who ever lived in Tahoe during those years felt the same way I did - a mixture of relief that she was alive and safe, but also so sad for all that she must have endured.  Afterall, she had been found along with the two daughters she had given birth to while in captivity, daughters of her captor.

I knew that Jaycee had undergone terrible things, but that did not prepare me to read what those things were.  I could not imagine a child having to endure what she did.  As I read her story, I cried through her suffering, but also smiled because even throughout the time she was being held, she never lost her hope, her courage, or her ability to love her own daughters as much as her mother had loved her. I finished reading with the feeling that she would be ok - she is a survivor.

$1.00 Coupon for Capri Sun


We always seem to need Capri Sun around our house.  Whether it is our turn to provide snacks for one of the boys sports team, hosting a party, having friends over, running errands, or just for a refreshing drink, we go through a ton of them.  If that sounds like the situation at your house, you may want to head over here to print out this coupon for $1 off of 3 boxes of Capri Sun.  The coupon print out site is written in Spanish, but the coupon prints out in both English and Spanish.  You can only print this coupon out once per computer.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

$1 off Slim Jim (16-Pack) coupon


Slim Jims are always a big hit in our household for quick and easy snacking.  If your family loves them too, you are going to want to print out this $1 off coupon for the 16 pack.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

August 2011 All You Coupon Preview


•Save $0.50 Viva On-the-Go Napkins (exp. 9/15/11) – p. 24


•Save $5.00 Philips Norelco Hair Clipper (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 26

•Save $1.00 John Frieda Frizz-Ease (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 32

•Save $2.00 Neutrogena Cosmetics (exp. 10/1/11) – p. 37

•Save $3.50 off AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 40

•Save $2.00 Dr. Scholl’s For Her Insole (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 42

•Save $3.00 on any Sally Hansen Beauty Tool purchase of $5.00 or more (exp. 8/31/11) – p. 45

•Save $1.00 Dove Hair Care (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 48

•Save $2.00 Nivea Women’s Body Wash (exp. 8/31/11) – p. 50

•Save $2.00 Nivea for Men Body Wash (exp. 8/31/11) – p. 50

•Save $1.00 on any item $1.72 or more NYC New York Color (exp. 8/31/11) – p. 52

•Save 30% off entire purchase @ Lane Bryant (exp. 8/26/11) – p. 55

•Save $3.00 Pure Proteine 100% Whey Protein/Jillian Michaels Natural Whey Protein (exp. 12/31/11) – p. 60

•Save $0.50 Pure Protein Bars (exp. 12/31/11) – p. 60

•Save $5.00 Zegrid OTC 42 (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 63

•Save $1.00 Sally Hansen Salon Effects (exp. 9/30/11) – p. 65

•Save $1.00 St. Joseph Aspirin (exp. 12/1/11) – p. 72

•Save $1.00 Playtex Gentle Glide (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 74

•Save $5.00 Tombstone Pizza – p. 81

•Save $0.50 King’s Hawaiian Sandwich & Mini Sub Rolls (exp. 9/16/11) – p. 86

•Save $1.00 Carnation Breakfast Essentials (exp. 09/19/11) – p. 90

•Save $0.50 Nature’s Path and Envirokidz Boxed Products (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 92

•Save $1.00 Country Crock (exp. 10/14/11) – p. 94

•Save $0.50 Mezzetta or Napa Valley Bistro Product (exp. 12/31/11) – p. 97

•Save $1.00 Marathon Multi-Pack (exp.12/31/11) – p. 103

•Save $1.00 Carapelli Olive Oil (exp. 09/11/11) – p. 105

•Save $1.00 IHOP at Home Frozen Breakfast (exp. 11/26/11) – p. 110

•Save $1.50 off Butterball Turkey Burgers (exp. 10/30/11) – p. 112

•Save $1.00 Dole All Natural Fruit Jars (Tropical Fruit or Pineapple) (exp. 10/31/11) p. 114

•Save $0.50 Kleenex Bundle Pack Facial Tissue (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 116

•Save $1.00 Seattle’s Best Coffee (exp. 10/21/11) – p. 120

•Save $1.00 Reynolds Wrap Pan Lining Paper (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 122

•Save $0.50 Viva Paper Towels Big Roll or larger (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 124

•Save $1.50 Case-Mate Smart Phone Cases (exp. 09/30/11) – p. 136

•Save $0.50 Scott Towels (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 138

•Save $1.00 Scott Bath Tissue (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 138

•Save $1.50 Milk-Bone Healthy Favorites Dog Snacks (exp. 9/22/11) – p. 142

•Save $1.00 Reshaping It All AND All You Magazine’s Smart Shopping Guide Special Issue (exp.11/15/11) – p. 149

•Save $1.00 on 2 Cottonelle Fresh Care tubs or refills 10/30/11 p. 151

•Save $0.50 off A+D Ointment (exp. 10/31/11) – p. 155