Today’s Ebates Daily Double store is GAP, which is giving 10% cash back (instead of the usual 2%). They still have a clearance sale going on, so it’s worth a look, although sizes are limited. They also have flat rate shipping for $7.To learn more about Ebates, read my original review. If you sign up through my referral link, we’ll both get a bonus when you make your first purchase within 30 days!
Bargain Briana has introduced The Frugal Map to help you find bloggers by location, category or store. Right now there are only 35 bloggers listed, but she’s taking applications right now to help fill it out.
Money Saving Mom has a scenario to make $5 buying Planters peanuts at Walgreens.
There’s been a huge recall that includes certain Tylenol, Motrin, and Benadryl products, as well as other products made by McNeil, because of reports that the medication has a moldy odor that can have unpleasant side effects. Not only do most people have these items in their house, but Drugstore Game players may have a stockpile of them. Read the official press release, which has links to full lists of the affected products. It’ll be tedious to check all of the items in your house, but necessary to protect your family.
If you purchase more than one category of Scott products by February 2, you can submit for a rebate for Scott coupons. There were coupons in the 1/17 SS, and printable coupons at Coupons.com (sort by Household to find them faster). Disclosure: CFO is a Coupons.com affiliate, so printing coupons from the banner in the right sidebar or via the link above will benefit CFO at no cost to you – thank you!
I enjoyed Northern Cheapskate‘s update on her Eating from the Pantry Challenge – she addresses the need to balance stocking up versus using her stockpile.
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