I love Naturalizer shoes because of their comfort and high quality. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single store near me, so I have to do my shopping online (or buy from department stores). Right now, at Naturalizer.com, you can get free shipping on any order through December 25. And through December 13, get an extra 20% off with code ECL58 (excludes MBT footwear). While you’re there, consider registering with them – they sent me a $10 off $10 or more purchase coupon when it was my birthday, which I was able to combine with a percent off code to snag some shoes for cheap.
Common Sense with Money has the best deals from the mid-week sale starting today at Walgreens, including a bunch of free after RR items.
Order an Entertainment book through Ebates, pay $19.99 with free shipping, and get $6 cash back per order. That gets you past the $5 payout threshold in one fell swoop, and you’ll end up paying $13.99 for the book. You can preview the coupons in the book before you buy, which is helpful in determining whether the book is worth buying. Learn more about Ebates here. If you’re new to Ebates and sign up using my referral link, we’ll both get $5 bonuses when you make your first purchase, so thank you if you do!
If you live near Meridian, Idaho, you should know that A Thrifty Mom is teaching a coupon class on December 12.
Swag Bucks’ “Gift Card Swagananza” continues. Through 11 a.m. today, you can get a $20 Target e-gift card for just 200 Swag Bucks, which works out to 50 Swag Bucks per $5. That’s a decent deal, measured against the 45 Swag Buck $5 Amazon gift certificate. Learn more about Swag Bucks here.
Get a printable coupon for $1 off any Chloraseptic product.
Once A Month Mom has some recipes for homemade holiday gifts.
Get a printable coupon for 50 cents off Wesson Oil.
You can get more free batteries from Staples this week. Details here. Keep in mind that you’ll be getting your money back in the form of a Staples Rewards certificate that you have to spend in store. I’ve decided to put the Rewards certificate toward a new office chair – buying the max of 8 packages (2 per week for 4 weeks) will get me $103.92 back ($12.99 x 8), and that should be more than enough for a chair. If you’ve been mulling over a big-ish purchase, this is one way to reduce the cost, at least if you’re like me – I always buy batteries, not just to keep the kids’ toys going, but because we’ll need them if there’s a catastrophe like a major earthquake.
Coupon Geek is giving away a copy of EA Sports Active for Wii. I’ve used this exercise program and found it effective for cardio and the lower body, but the resistance band workout for the upper body didn’t do anything for me. This is definitely a better workout for me than the Wii Fit. Ends today.
A Thrifty Mom is giving away a $50 Safeway stores gift card. Her post doesn’t say when the giveaway ends, so enter asap!
You can get free shipping on any Gymboree.com order right now, plus everything sitewide is currently discounted an extra 25%. If you spend $50, you’ll earn $25 in Gymbucks that you can spend in January. You can also use percentage-off coupons that you may have found in magazines or received in the mail. I’ve been finding one every month in Parents. Unfortunately, Gymboree isn’t a participating retailer with any shopping portals, but you should still be able to find some sweet deals. (Via The Bargain Jargon.)
Get Rich Slowly illustrates why I am extremely cautious when buying on eBay (I won’t even sell there anymore).
Get a printable coupon for $2 off any Method product.