Saturday, September 18, 2010
I know it is still September, but October will be here before you know it. Have you bought your kids Halloween Costume yet? What about yours, if you plan to attend any parties? I am finding that thrift stores such as Goodwill are already selling Halloween costumes at a very low price. They are priced around $5-$6 at our Goodwill store here. This is great considering most costumes brand new usually cost around $20 or more. I am also seeing several at Once Upon a Child at about the same price. I see Halloween costumes at garage sales, too, and even picked up a few already. You can also make them yourself, which can be cheap, unless you spend a lot on the materials. What do you plan to be for Halloween, or what are your kids going to be? My daughter will be Minnie Mouse!
I stopped by a garage sale today on the way home. My daughter is at the age where she is into dressing up. I found a lot of great pieces for her dress up basket including sunglasses, wands, tiaras, shawls, purses, outfits, shoes and a play camera. I only paid $5.00 for all of it. The lady even gave me three cute Halloween costumes for myself, two kids books, and 5 brand new kids movies. Not sure if you see dress up items in stores or not, but they are expensive!
Labels: Garage sale finds
here to get a free sample of Mariani Cinnamon Raisin Bread Flavored Raisins.
Stock up for Halloween! Go here to print this coupon for Buy one get one free Starburst Gummibursts.
Labels: Coupon of the Day
Friday, September 17, 2010
Join Pampers.com for a chance to win a year's supply of diapers. You can also put in free Pampers codes that come along at Pampers Village.
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Thursday, September 16, 2010
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Every Friday is Mega Swagbucks Day! Sign up tonight so you can participate tomorrow and you will get 30 free Swagbucks for signing up! You can sign up here.
If you’re new to Swagbucks, it’s a free rewards program that lets you can earn "digital dollars" for doing web searches, online shopping, taking polls and more. Just a few searches a day can help you earn Swagbucks quickly. After earning a certain number of Swagbucks, you can trade them in for prizes like Amazon gift cards, DVDs, video games and more. On Mega Swagbucks Day you can earn Swagbucks in increments of 50, 100, 200 or even 1000 just by doing routine web searches. Once you see that "cute little Swagbucks digital dollar" pop up on searches, you will be hooked and want to search more!
My Swagbucks Earnings as of May 2010:
$120 in Amazon Gift Cards
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Go here to get a free sample of Biotrue Contact Solution from Bausch & Lomb. You do not need to be a member of Costco to receive this.
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