The Federal Trade Commission issued new regulations yesterday requiring bloggers to disclose if they receive cash or in-kind payment to review a product. I’m happy to say that it’s always been the policy here at CFO to be upfront about disclosing any benefit I may have received when I write a review, so this regulation doesn’t affect CFO at all. And I am always honest about my opinions. Read the FTC press release here, and the official CFO disclaimer here.
After yesterday’s “sparking” water post, I feel compelled to let you know that I do go back and fix typos when I spot them. I hope someone got a good laugh out of that one!
A Full Cup user Coupon-Nut reports that Publix has “buy theirs, try ours” offers on some store brand items. She specifically mentions Jif peanut butter, DelMonte no sugar added sliced peaches, and DelMonte fresh cut green beans. If you buy any of those items, you should get the Publix version free. I’m going to guess that other Publix brand items qualify for this deal, so if you have a Publix nearby, definitely take a look around.
Speaking of Walgreens, you can learn about a moneymaker deal on Glade Candles at Common Sense with Money.
Bargain Briana has the scoop on a new YoCrunch promotion: send in candy wrappers after Halloween and get a YoCrunch coupon in return. Depending on the value of the coupon, this could be a great deal.
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