$25 Gift Card for $15

November 3, 2011
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$25 Gift Card for $15

How does spending $15 for a $25 gift card sound? Sounds pretty good to me. Right now you can purchase a $25 gift card to Boston Market for only $15. Once you purchase this deal, you will have to “redeem” the voucher for the gift card and then it will be mailed to you. Sounds complicated, I know, but once you go through the steps, it’s not a big deal. FYI, you have 60 days to redeem the voucher after purchasing it through Saveology, so make sure you do it before 2011 is out! (Note: I receive a very...

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Freebie Find: Free Food at IKEA

November 3, 2011
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Freebie Find: Free Food at IKEA

At least twice a week, you can eat for free at IKEA–and then at a discount on the other days. According to the IKEA website: You can get free breakfast at IKEA on Mondays before 11 a.m. (Normally, that breakfast costs $.99.) Your kids can eat for free on Tuesday, when the choose a kids combo meal for lunch (normally $2.49). The deals on Thursday and Friday ain’t too shabby either: Roast chicken and mashed potatoes costs $1.99 on Thursday For a buck–yup, only $1–you can enjoy a hot dog and soda on Friday.

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Score Event Tickets for Up to 60% Off

November 3, 2011
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Score Event Tickets for Up to 60% Off

If you like to treat yourself to sporting events, concerts, the theater, and more–but you’re too frugal to pay full-price for tickets–you’ll want to know about this ticketing site I just discovered. It’s called ScoreBig and it lets you score tickets for up to 60% off. Rather than work as a “regular” discounted ticketing site, ScoreBig works on the Priceline/eBay model. That is, you pick the price that you want to pay for your tickets, and if your offer is “accepted” (i.e. there are tickets available in that price range), that’s the price you pay for your tickets. ScoreBig...

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EXPIRED: More Deals on Holiday Cards

November 3, 2011
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EXPIRED: More Deals on Holiday Cards

EXPIRED: THIS DEAL IS NO LONGER VALID I just got done ordering new business cards through VistaPrint featuring my blog’s logo above, and I was very happy with the end result. That’s why I wanted to share with you this new deal on holiday cards from VistaPrint. You’ll get 20 Holiday Cards, 140 Labels and 1 Engraved Pen for $4.99 (not including shipping)! You can choose from more than 1,000 designs, and then personalize your card of choice with your own holiday greetings. Then, create custom return address labels. As a bonus, you’ll receive a free personalized engraved pen....

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Holiday Cards at More than 50% Off

November 2, 2011
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Holiday Cards at More than 50% Off

Do you like to send customized holiday cards–especially ones that feature a picture of your family, your home, and from an important event during the year? Then check out this great Groupon deal on customized holiday cards from Picaboo, a website that lets you upload your favorite photo and design a custom holiday card. Here’s how the Groupon deal breaks down: For $25 you’ll get $75 worth of holiday cards. For $40 you’ll get $100 worth of holiday cards. For $50 you’ll get $120 worth of holiday cards. Even the cheapest deal on the cheapest cardstock that Picaboo offers,...

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You Can Still Find Free Flu Shots

November 2, 2011
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It’s not too late to find somewhere to get a free flu shot–or at least one that’s cheaper than you’re expecting to pay. I just updated a post on my Philly on the Cheap blog about where to go specifically in the Philadelphia area to find flu shots, and it gave me some ideas that I could share with the national Suddenly Frugal audience that’s looking for free flu shots. Do smart Google searching. When I was writing that blog post for Philly on the Cheap, my Google search included the following: “free flu shot clinic XYZ county department...

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New Daily Deal Service

November 1, 2011
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New Daily Deal Service

I’m totally signing up for this new daily deal site, called Koopik. From what I can tell, it groups together all of the daily deals from your city (Living Social, Groupon, etc.) into one place. Considering I get, like, eight different emails a day telling me about daily deals, this seems like a great site to streamline my search for daily deals. If you sign up, too, let me know your thoughts on this service. (Note: I receive a very small, tiny, actually miniscule commission for including this information on my blog.)

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GUEST POST: 15 Black Friday Myths

November 1, 2011
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GUEST POST: 15 Black Friday Myths

(Well, it’s the first day of November. With Halloween behind us, you know holiday shopping can’t be too far away. That’s why today I’m running this guest post from the folks at dealnews. This guest post addresses the myths and facts of Black Friday. Let’s call it MythBusters–Black Friday style!) Here at dealnews, our job is to help you get the best possible price for what you want to buy and to keep you from getting hoodwinked while you’re shopping. It’s with that in mind that we go into the holiday shopping season with some trepidation, because along with great Black...

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Reminder: Halloween Freebies Today

October 31, 2011
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(Sorry to my subscribers that this posted late, before the subscriptions went out. So when you get this on Tuesday morning, please don’t get mad at me.) If you’re out and about today, in costume, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of these today-only, Halloween freebies (many of which I’ve covered before but which I wanted to remind you about before they expire): Kids age 10 and younger will eat free on Halloween at Applebee’s–two free kids meals with adult meals purchased. Costumes aren’t mandatory but they would make the meal more fun! Monday, October 31, from 4:00 p.m.-7:00...

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What I’ve Learned From Extreme Couponing

October 30, 2011
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What I’ve Learned From Extreme Couponing

Extreme couponing has become one of our country’s biggest obsessions. It’s like “The Biggest Loser,” but instead of rooting for your favorite character to lose weight, when you watch TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” you’re rooting for the shoppers to save the most money–assuming that are saving legitimately (as some have alleged coupon fraud). When the show “Extreme Couponing” first came out, I was less than impressed. I even wrote about how extreme couponing could be hurting people’s self esteem. Now that the second season of “Extreme Couponing” has started, I’ve noticed that the shoppers seem to be less extreme than...

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