Well lots of great freebies and deals are floating around lately. I don’t always post them here because I find there are many, many other blogs and websites that list these types of things. That being said, here are some of my personal favorites:
– Get a coupon for a free Kashi frozen meal here. These are my favorite frozen meals!
– Click here to get a free sample from Aveda.
– Free Ziploc bag sample from Costco here (you don’t need to be a Costco member)
Safeway: If you shop at Safeway, there are $10/ $50 purchase coupons in recent ads and newspapers. They also have a frozen food promo going on this month with a $10 off next purchase coupon printing out for every $25 spent on frozen foods!
Here is a short list of my favorite freebies and deals this week:
– Today is the last day to use the free Starbucks tea drink coupon from last week’s Safeway ad (I used this coupon a lot over the last few days!)
– Stop by Krispy Kreme for a free donut today, Jan. 20, in honor of Inauguration Day.
– Check out Target for lots of toy clearance and reduced prices on their annual home design event.
– Use this coupon for a free Bath and Body signature product, up to $12, with any purchase. It sounds like you could find something inexpensive as a purchase.
I am going to start listing the best freebies and steals each week on this blog. Please leave a comment if you know of any great deals this week.
– Download Suze Ormans new book: 2009 Action Plan free here, thru 1/15
– Check out Whole Foods for the new Mambo Sprouts coupon booklet. There are many great high value coupons in the book and you can grab several copies of the booklet.
– Target has Christmas clearance for 90% off! Stock up on wrapping paper, etc and look for solid color wrapping paper and bags to use year-round.
– Use this coupon for BOGO at Seattles Best Borders Cafe
– Check the 1/6 and/or 1/7 newspaper for a free Tazo drink from Starbucks. I have heard they are in most newspapers around the country.
– If you get the Sunday paper and are not already clipping coupons, get started with last Sundays coupon inserts. There were five coupon inserts!Its easy… just take a pair of scissors and a couple minutes and clip the coupons for things you buy. Keep them in your purse and use them when the items are also on sale!
Being a newbie to all things internet-deal related, I’m amazed that all of the store ads for Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving shopping madness) are already scanned and posted online.
I’m not sure if we will be shopping on Black Friday or not. We are not purchasing any big-ticket items and I want to avoid the temptation of stuff we don’t need (like $2 DVDs). I should be wrapping up all my Christmas shopping by then. I’ll let you know if we end up braving the stores or not. What about you.. are you planning on shopping on Black Friday?