*HOT* Women’s Apparel at Talbots As Low As $6 + Free Shipping!


Here’s an awesome deal for women’s apparel at Talbot’s right now starting at just $6 plus score free shipping and an extra 25% off when you use promo code 029353545 at checkout! This means you can score some amazing discounts like this Shaker-Rib Cardigan for just $10 (regular $130)! Or women’s jeans for just $7 (regular $80) and more! There are so many great deals on their site right now it’s impossible to list everything so head over and check out {Read More}

Free $3 Amazon MP3 Credit Plus Free Prime for Students!


Head over and Sign up for Amazon Student to get a free $3 MP3 credit plus free two day shipping with no minimum for 6 months free! This is perfect to score Christmas gifts this year with free shipping, especially those lightning deals! You will need an .edu email address to join and get your 6 months free, and make sure to go into your account after you join and cancel (if you want) to avoid being charged after the 6 month {Read More}

$10 off $25 Purchase at Macy’s This Weekend!


This weekend only you can score a coupon for $10 off $25 purchase at Macy’svalid 9/6 till 1pm and 9/8 till 1pm local time! Coupon is valid on all sale and clearance apparel and select home items so you should be able to find a great deal with this! Excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), specials, super buys, furniture, mattresses, floor coverings, rugs, electrics/electronics, cosmetics/fragrances, gift cards, jewelry trunk shows, previous purchases, special orders, selected licensed depts., special purchases, services, macys.com Related {Read More}

What’s the Difference Between a Purchase and a Transaction?


Learn how to use coupons today! Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a purchase and a transaction? How many times have you read that fine print on a coupon? One per transaction One per purchase Have you worried about whether you are following the rules correctly? Has a cashier ever challenged you on what you thought you already knew? It’s actually kind of confusing at first glance! I don’t blame both customers and cashiers for getting to {Read More}

Playing with a New Coupon Organization Method


I’ve tried just about every coupon organizing method imaginable at this point. The binder method. The whole insert method. The “forget to buy a paper each week” no clip method Now I’m trying something new though. You see, when I think about my ideal coupon organization situation, it looks a bit like this: Easy access to coupons Organized by date of insert No fiddling with baseball card organizers that require me to trim/fold/manipulate large coupons into tiny slots Getting rid {Read More}

5 Things I Do Daily Online To Earn/Save Money

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You might not realize it, but every time you log into your computer you have the potential to improve your finances. Maybe you are already doing these things daily…maybe you are not. Either way, all 5 of these tasks are so easy to build into your daily computer time, that you’ll soon be doing them on autopilot! Pull up my email using Swagbucks Every single morning, the first thing I do is check my personal email account. I have a {Read More}

How to Price Match and Save!

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Do you skim the sale papers for the best prices? Do you know your grocery store’s price match policy? Why not!? Now, I’ll be honest. I always *knew* that Walmart matched prices, but I’ve never asked them too! I am the type of person who dislikes asking someone to do something for me (yep, I’d rather just do EVERYTHING myself and not inconvenience someone else.), so sometimes, I run in CVS/Walgreens and Walmart in the same shopping trip to avoid {Read More}

Strategic Shopping without Coupons! My Supermarket Shopping Trip


If you’ve been around Family Friendly Frugality very long, you’ve heard the term “Strategic Shopping“. Strategic Shopping isn’t limited to just using strategy with your coupons. You can still shop strategically WITHOUT coupons and see big savings! As you know, I’m more of a part-time couponer. I don’t always have coupons on hand, but still look for sales and have success at saving money WITHOUT coupons! We only have two local grocery stores, Harvey’s and Walmart. The Harvey’s sale paper {Read More}

My CVS and Walgreens Couponing Trip!

  As you may have read, I am NOT a big coupon clipper. I do what I can to save and find coupons for the items I plan to buy, but I simply do not have the time with a husband, 2 small children, and a house to keep tidy, to spend clipping, organizing, and planning shopping trips. You can see my previous articles about part time couponing here and here. Sunday, I grabbed a newspaper, knowing there would be 4 {Read More}

Proof that Amazon’s “Before” Prices Aren’t Always Accurate

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Have you ever gone to Amazon and been amazed by a big discount. Only to look a bit deeper and realize, hey this actually isn’t that huge of a deal…. Amazon isn’t the only guilty party, but this is just a reminder to beware of inflated “before” prices. Sometimes they are very misleading and don’t mean much. Take this Melissa & Doug Construction paper. Normally $14.89 and now on sale for $3.79. WOW! That’s a big discount! Better jump on {Read More}