College students, you probably know about Amazon Prime Student, where you can get six months of Amazon Prime for free, and then a 50% off discounted rate thereafter. But did you know that you can get a 25% discount on local Groupons all year, too? There’s no cost to sign up. You just have to […]
Restaurant.com and Groupon are great sources for restaurant coupons. You may get up to 80 percent off your order, and you’d be surprised which restaurants offer coupons. Use restaurant.com as an opportunity to try a restaurant you haven’t tried. When dining by yourself, look for the coupons for $5 for $10 of food ($2 with […]
If you’ve ever seen TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” you might conclude that coupons are for crazy people. You don’t need a five-year supply of toilet paper, and you especially don’t want to devote 40 hours a week to planning your grocery shopping. How about 15 minutes per shopping trip and $150 in savings? That’s what Stephanie […]
When it comes to coupons, we’re always stoked about stacking. What’s stacking, you ask? It’s when you stack a manufacturer’s coupon on top of a store coupon for a double-dip discount. Many retailers offer store coupons, including most grocery stores — just check their the weekly ad or inquire at customer service. However, the savings […]
Looking for more free stuff? Try the grocery game. Food, toiletries, cleaning supplies and the like can be a bit harder to track down and nab for free, but diligence and persistence do pay. As a result, you can stock your kitchen shelves with all sorts of free groceries. For some great tips, and a […]
Whole Foods offers special coupons every month. To get them, visit www.wholefoodsmarket.com/special-coupon. The November coupon is good for $1.50 off a Whole Foods pizza — with cherry tomatoes and buffalo milk mozzarella cheese and a whole wheat crust. Makes junk food look pretty healthful!
Nearly 40 million people today depend on food stamps (formally, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP). The average benefit? Around $133 a month, or about $4 a day for food. Many of the rest of us struggle with food prices, too. So who doesn’t want ideas for cheap but tasty meals? Clipping coupons and […]
Blow out the candles for great birthday freebies as a member of these online loyalty e-Clubs. The month of your birthday you’ll receive some sort of email you can exchange for your goodie. Many of these are valid during your entire birthday month, but be sure to read each coupon for the details. For the […]
If you have family or friends coming to visit this summer, you need to grab a copy of the new visitors’ guide to the Pikes Peak region. Your FREE copy is just a click away — in fact, CLICK HERE. The guide outlines local attractions, gives you current prices on admission (some are FREE) and other […]
Going grocery shopping? Out to dinner? Our sister site, Living on the Cheap, has collected some of the best printable coupon sites for you to check out. Many are not advertised — but they’re there for the taking. To see what’s available, just CLICK HERE or HERE.