Couponing on YouTube

Free Kraft Miracle Whip Sample

by Beth Montgomery on September 19, 2011 · 2 comments

in Freebies & Samples

Check out the new Kraft Miracle Whip commercial and while you’re there, request your FREE Kraft Miracle Whip sample while supplies last!  Just look for the FREE sample banner at the top of their YouTube page.

Heading to the mailbox is so much more exciting when it’s filled with FREEbies, so make sure you haven’t missed any of the recent great FREE samples!

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Today, I’m taking some time to introduce you to my wonderful Blissdom sponsor, Cheep! and tell you how they can save you time and money online!   Watch this video to see how you can sign up and how it works for you.

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I mentioned that, even though we have been buying necessities, I’ve slacked on truly shopping and saving for a while.   I guess I just needed a break.   We all do and it’s okay!   Now, we’ve almost completely depleted our stockpile. and I’m working to replenish it.   With a stockpile on hand, I can use my budget each week to keep the stockpile stocked well without paying full price.

I’ve mentioned before that to stockpile you simply need enough to get you through to the next great sale, so approximately 6-12 weeks.

Step one, is to reorganized my coupon stash.   Many of you have seen my no-clip organization system, which works for me and saves me time.   With a good stockpile, I was okay not getting every deal and letting a few things slide by, if I didn’t happen to clip the coupon.   If it was something I really wanted, I could always come back later.   However, to replenish our stockpile quickly, I need all my coupons with me, so I won’t miss a great deal.

Here’s how my daughters and I worked together to take my massive pile of inserts and organize them into a cute CD holder I found for $7 at Walmart!   It took A LOT less time than I expected, thanks to my crazy daughters who like to clip coupons.

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Stay tuned… my grocery trip is coming soon.

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$1/1 State Fair Corn Dogs Coupon

by Beth Montgomery on November 10, 2010 · 2 comments

in Coupons & Rebates

Watch the Mom vs. Mom in Battle Cart Corn Dog Interactive Video on YouTube to get access to a $1/1 State Fair Corn Dogs coupon!

Love saving?   Make sure you haven’t missed any great coupons recently!

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This is Part 29 of the 30-day Savings Soiree e-course by In Good Cents. View the most recent course in this series or head to the Saving Soiree e-course main menu.   Want to make sure you don’t miss a new course?   Subscribe to In Good Cents via RSS or e-mail!

We only have one more day until the 30-Day course ends, so today we’re starting to wrap things up with some tips on putting it into practice.

I know I said earlier that I have a $50 weekly budget for my family of 5 and that works for our family.   I don’t expect you to go out tomorrow and drop your budget as low as mine.   For most of you, this isn’t realistic.   I’ve been doing this for a while now.   I have many thing working in my favor, like the fact that I have a nice stockpile built up and that I’m familiar with coupons inside and out.

Some of you may become coupons overnight (like my mom did) and for others, it may take more time (like it took me), but if you don’t go at your own pace, you’ll get frustrated and overwhelmed.   Then you’ll decide it isn’t worth it and you’ll quit.   It doesn’t matter how much I save or how much your friends save or really how much any one else saves.   It’s about you and your family.   Working towards cutting your budget at your own pace, no matter what that pace is, is definitely worth it for your family.

So start slow.   And build up and add more on at your own pace until you get your budget exactly where you’d like it to be.

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This is Part 27 of the 30-day Savings Soiree e-course by In Good Cents. View the most recent course in this series or head to the Saving Soiree e-course main menu.   Want to make sure you don’t miss a new course?   Subscribe to In Good Cents via RSS or e-mail!

Yesterday we talked about rolling our rewards to actually make money shopping!   But it can be so confusing.   The hardest part is figuring out how to roll your rewards to gain more rewards, while still paying as little as possible out of pocket.

Today, I’m sharing with you my transaction calculator that will help you create your own transactions to help you see it in action while you plan, plus watch the final results.   You can mix things up or move them around, until you find exactly what works best for you!

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