In addition to the $5 magazine subscriptions I mentioned yesterday, Amazon also has a $10 gift certificate dealgoing on, where you get a $10 promotional certificate when you buy a qualifying subscription. The best part? The two-year subscription to All Youis included! So you’ll pay $34 but get a $10 certificate within two weeks. The certificate will be easy to use – you’ll receive an email with a code, which you simply need to enter into your account or when checking out during your next purchase. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
This has got to be the best children’s essay contest ever: Kraft Foods is sponsoring the “Cheddar Explosion” of Texas Stadium. The winner of the contest will get to push the button that will trigger the demolotion of the Dallas Cowboys’ old stadium. Unfortunately, the article doesn’t say what the essay has to be about. My vote is for “How My Mom Makes Money Buying Kraft Foods Products.”
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Coupon Cravings has details on how to get three boxes of Cheerios for 39 cents each at Safeway stores. That fits my target price on cold cereal, which is no more than 50 cents per box.
Common Sense with Money has a list of the new printable Target coupons.
A Thrifty Mom has a fabulous guest post on options for organizing coupons. You’ll still need to experiment to see which system works best for you, but at least this post nicely lays out the different methods that people use.
A Full Cup user mommy2skie has the Stockpile Pic of the Day.
I Heart Rite Aid has a list of the Video Values coupons available this month.
Get a $1 off coupon for Downy Wrinkle Releaser and $10 in coupons for other oneCARE products by mail at DownyEZ.com. You’ll also be able to print a coupon for $1 off Downy Wrinkle Releaser. (Via The Bargain Jargon.)
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