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Get Cash for Gift Cards

January 6, 2014
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Get Cash for Gift Cards

Eight in 10 Americans received a gift card as a gift. Find out how you can get cash for gift cards in the New Year.

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How Much Do I Tip? Holidays 2013

December 17, 2013
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How Much Do I Tip? Holidays 2013

How much do I tip at the holidays? I've put together an updated list of suggestions for 2013.

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Frugal Teacher Gift Ideas for 2013

December 10, 2013
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Frugal Teacher Gift Ideas for 2013

Every year around this time, I do a post on frugal teacher gift ideas. I've updated it for 2013 with some great ideas that any budget can afford.

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365 Frugality Tips: Use Gift Cards

January 17, 2013
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365 Frugality Tips: Use Gift Cards

Today's 365 frugality tips, as part of my Year of Renewed Frugality (or YRF), focuses on the idea of using gift cards that you got for the holidays to help offset your spending in the New Year.

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Teacher Gift Ideas

December 14, 2012
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Teacher Gift Ideas

Note from Leah: I wrote this post before the awful school shooting in Newtown, CT, happened. My heart goes out to the families there for whom which teacher gift to buy this year is the last of their worries. Every year in December I start getting emails from people wondering how they should handle gifts for their children’s teachers. (Remember: before I was a frugal-living expert, I’d spent more than a decade as a gift and etiquette expert.) In the past most questions focused on what to give. With the economy the way it’s been for quite some time,...

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Tons of Discount Gift Cards

November 15, 2012
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Tons of Discount Gift Cards

Saveology has great deals on discount gift cards, and this latest deal just landed in my inbox. Choice of iTunes, Boston Market, ExxonMobil, or The Children’s Place Gift Card Saveology gifts cards contain a full value that you can purchase at a fraction of the cost. You’ll find gifts cards for your favorite national restaurants chains, brands, and popular retailers which can be used towards any in-store or online purchase (merchant restrictions may apply). These gift cards carry a full value that will never expires or decrease in value for as long as you have it. Check back often...

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50% Off Old Navy Gift Cards

October 26, 2012
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50% Off Old Navy Gift Cards

I just became aware of Saveology through one of my affiliate networks, and have brought you a few deals recently. I know how popular Old Navy is among Suddenly Frugal readers, so I wanted to make sure you knew about this 50% off gift card offer–especially if you’ve never purchased gift cards through Saveology before. Here’s the deal with this Old Navy Gift Card offer–you can choose from two amounts: Option 1: $7.50 for $15 Old Navy Gift Card Option 2: $15 for $25 Old Navy Gift Card Here is the fine print: Offer Only Available For Saveology First...

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50% Off on Gift Cards Still Available

September 24, 2012
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50% Off on Gift Cards Still Available

Saveology, one of my affiliate networks, still has a bunch of gift cards to great stores and restaurants, available for 50% or more off face value. If you’ve never purchased through Saveology, you’re in luck: these deals are for new Saveology customers only. Here are the details of what is still available–though there are limited quantities for some of these gift cards, so keep that in mind: $5 For A $10 Papa John’s Gift Card $12.50 For A $25 Gift Card To Uno Chicago Grill $7.50 For A $15 StaplesĀ® Gift Card $7.50 for $15 GAP Gift Card $3...

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Will You Spend $688 for Back to School?

July 27, 2012
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Will You Spend $688 for Back to School?

The National Retail Federation says you will. In fact, it recently came up with a Top 10 spending infographic that highlights some pretty interesting stats on why back to school 2012 may be like no other. Check it out below. P.S. If I can help it, I will spend way less than that on back to school, and I will try to document my spending in a near-future blog post!

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Save on Valentine’s Day Flowers

February 8, 2012
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Save on Valentine’s Day Flowers

One of the most popular Valentine’s Day purchases is a bouquet of flowers. According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will buy nearly 100 million roses for Valentine’s Day, spending about $1.8 billion in the process. That’s a painful number, whether you’re frugal or not. Given how popular flowers are and that you may be considering buying some for that someone special on Valentine’s Day, I’ve put together these 5 tips on how you can save on Valentine’s Day flowers in 2012. You might also enjoy (Note: Some offers may have expired)Save on Flowers for Valentine’s Day 2014Freebie Friday:...

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