You probably already know that All You magazineis a great source of high value coupons, but did you know that they’re giving away a $1,000 grocery gift card? It’s the grand prize in the second annual All You Grocery Challenge, in which you spend no more than $25 per person per week for four weeks. Even if you don’t win, it’s a great way to become more conscious of how much you’re spending, how you can reduce your spending, and all while eating healthy (because that’s a component of the judging).
Common Sense with Money has some current Target deals, including quite a few free items.
$5 Dinners has compiled currents links to printable coupons for gluten-free and organic products.
I didn’t realize that Home Made Simple is available to Canadians also, but you can sign up for the Home Made Simple Canada newsletter and get special offers, samples, coupons, and sweepstakes offers from P&G brands like Cascade, Dawn, Febreze, Mr. Clean, and Swiffer. Links via MySavings.com
San Francisco and Philadelphia residents, you’re in luck! AMC is offering $4 movie tickets in your cities. San Francisco residents should click on the banner or here, and Philadelphia residents should click here. It looks like offer expires in two days, but there are also a limited number so you should probably act fast if you’re interested. Links via Logical Media
Get a printable coupon for $2/3 Glade Relaxing Moments products (registration required).
There’s a new Olay rebate (pdf) for June (actual dates are 6/4-7/2): buy $50 Olay facial moisturizers, treatments and/or cleansers and get $20 back. I don’t see anywhere in the email I got or on the form itself if the rebate will be a check or a Visa/Mastercard gift card.
If you’ve been wanting to sign up for Pinecone Research surveys, don’t miss my post from yesterday.
Life as Mom has some tips on reducing the cost of going to Disneyland. We’ve been twice with the kids now, and we really haven’t spent much once inside the park. But the cost of the tickets – yikes!
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