I'm hoping everyone had a great Labor Day weekend! As kids
make their way back into the classrooms, you can hear that
collective sigh from parents around the world. That sigh of
"after 3 months I have time to myself!"
If you're a teacher you're just getting back to work, how would you
like a free planner and folder samples? It's
one less thing you have to buy for the classroom. Just fill
in the form and pick the products you need (a school name is
required). Teachers can also get a free 24x36 "Huddle up with
a good book" poster. School name and address are required
on the form.
Now is a great time to get a free family portrait from Walmart.
I am tired of Christmas already and it isn't even here yet. I've posted a lot of Christmas freebies in my last
three articles for Savings.com. This week I just need to step away from Christmas for a bit.
This freebie list doesn't contain anything that has to do with Christmas. It's from the miscellaneous category
on my blog. It's a little of this and that.
Costco has a few freebies on their site, make sure you have your membership number ready so you can get them. Snatch up some
beauty products, it's the best way to try something before you buy it. Rosetta Stone offers a sample DVD for you
to try so you can make sure you really do want to learn that second language. When you're done getting those
freebies, get the free Redbox rental code so you can sit back and relax!
By Jackie.SimioneGuest Blogger
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Everyone loves getting beauty products as gifts--I know I do. With the holidays coming up, I also like to give them. But shopping for beauty gifts for your loved ones can be tough, especially if their taste tends to go towards the higher-end of things.
Read on for some ways you can get some of the top brands at discounted prices. You might even be able to score some goodies for yourself--now that's my kind of "gift-giving."
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Money Saving Tips
If you're big on saving money (and hey, you wouldn't be reading this blog if you weren't), you're probably a regular viewer of TLC's Extreme Couponing. We're fascinated with the show as well and have written a number of posts about the realities of extreme couponing, extreme couponing fraud and lawsuits and the backlash that's resulted from the show.
We've also posted about the beneficial aspect of the extreme couponing trend: the charitable giving that many of these couponers do with their bounty of products obtained at deep discount. It should be noted that the TV show is purposely "extreme" (as its name suggests) and these shopping hauls of 200 cups of yogurt and 87 tubes of toothpaste costing a mere 27 cents are not everyday occurrences. But you can achieve significant savings on groceries, personal care items and other household staples by employing some savvy strategies.
We've rounded up a list of 45 extreme couponing tips from our Savings.com DealPros to help you save money:
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Money Saving Tips
A few weeks ago, I was asked by a fellow DealPro for my tips on getting perfect eyebrows. I'm always flattered when someone compliments my brows because I really do take the time to maintain them and keep them looking polished. Eyebrows frame your eyes and face, so it's important to keep them well-groomed and choosing the right length, shape, and color can really enhance your appearance.
Here are my tips for getting the perfect eyebrows:
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