Wowee, now here’s a sale you’ll want to get to Safeway for! Save 20% off ALL produce! No coupon required!
This sale includes all regular and sale priced items.
Offer is valid October 8 – 10, 2015.
For a limited time only, save 25% off the entire outerwear shop online at CartersOshKosh.ca! This includes savings on jackets, boots, toques, mitts and more!
They’re also offering free shipping on orders of $50 or more through Monday, October 12, 2015.
Shutterfly has a great coupon code that pair nicely with their photo books, photo cards, gifts and more that are already on sale! With this coupon code, you’ll enjoy $20 off your qualifying order of $20 or more PLUS your choice of one free 16×20 print, one reusable shopping bag, one magnet or two 8×10 prints plus 50% off additional prints, reusable shopping bags and magnets! Wow!
Use coupon code: FIRSTGIFT
Expires: October 13, 2015 at 11:59pm PT
For three days only, save 20% off everything from Reitmans.com! This includes their popular Hyba Activewear and more!
Offer ends October 10, 2015. Shipping is free on orders of $99 or more + free returns.
School is in but perhaps someone you know needs a new backpack already? If so you might be interested in the backpack clearance Walmart.ca has going on! They’ve got a huge selection of backpacks starting at just $3!
Have a girl wearing size 4 or 5 this winter? You’ve got to check out this snowsuit deal from Walmart then! Get a two-piece Hello Kitty snowsuit for just $9.00! (reg. $50). This deal is probably good enough that you could buy a couple to donate to someone in need! Here are some details about the suit:
This stylish snowsuit features one of every little girl’s favorite character, Hello Kitty. Paring style and function, this snowsuit not only makes your little girl look adorable but it keeps her warm and comfortable. The jacket is equipped with 2 patch pocket decorated with ruffle and a hood with fur trim for added warmth. The pant has adjustable suspenders and a snow guard to keep snow from entering the boots.
7 Ways to Save Money on Thanksgiving Dinner
It’s time to start planning those Thanksgiving menus, and you might be wondering how you can save a little money in the process. The great news is, you can still enjoy a hearty Thanksgiving meal while saving some money. Take a look at these 7 ways to save money on Thanksgiving dinner, so you can plan a feast that is easy on the budget as well as pleasing to the stomach.
1. Start stockpiling now.
Don’t wait to start grabbing the ingredients you need. If you see sale prices on items such as soups, broth, rice, noodles, and other items that won’t go bad before Thanksgiving gets here, grab them! These staples can be put to use in many ways so finding a good deal on them is a great reason to grab them.
2. Get creative with starches.
Potatoes, noodles, and rice can all be used in your Thanksgiving menu and are relatively inexpensive to buy. Look at different ways to prepare these foods so you can create your feast for less. Some ideas could be cold salads, oven bakes, loaded potatoes, baked potatoes, and even stuffed peppers to use the rice.
3. Don’t forget the bread.
Bread products are filling and can be purchased for just pennies per serving. Grab some boxed bread mixes while they are on sale, or grab a few fresh loaves closer to the holiday. If you find a great deal on bread now, don’t forget you can always save it or use it as croutons. You can also visit day old bread stores to get some real deals.
4. Use in season produce.
Use in season produce items to make your salads and side dishes. Some examples would be squash dishes, potatoes, apples, and grapes. In many areas these items are in season and so they will be at their lowest prices of the year. Just find creative ways to use them and make them part of your delicious meal.
5. Search out coupons.
Start scouring your flyers now for coupons that are good on meat products, side dishes, dessert items and more. Clip them out as you see them and ask family to do the same. Match your coupons with store sales so you can double up on your savings and maximize your dollar.
6. Ask guests to bring a favorite dessert.
One of the easiest ways to save some money and stress is to ask guests to bring a dessert. You will find that most are happy to do so. Some inexpensive dessert ideas can be jello parfaits, pudding parfaits, or fresh in-season fruit.
7. Don’t overlook the dollar store.
Dollar Stores are perfect for buying your roasting trays, tin foil, wax paper, and other cooking supplies. You can also find seasonings, side dish items, pasta, canned vegetables, and more. Head to your local dollar store and see what you might be able to use.
If you are in charge of Thanksgiving dinner this year, don’t see dollar signs just yet. Give these tips a try and see how frugal your feast can be.
What are your best savings tips for a frugal Thanksgiving dinner? Share them in the comments!
Halloween is just around the corner, and whether or not you like to celebrate with goblins and ghouls, everyone can appreciate bonus SB with Collector’s Bones!
By using Swagbucks Search (on your desktop, via the SwagButton or — for US members — on the mobile app), you will randomly earn points, called SB, for your searches! From now through Sunday Oct 11, you could win these limited edition Collector’s Bills (wait, I mean Bones!) when you search online with Swagbucks!
This week only, they’re giving out 5 different Collector’s Bones via search worth 4 SB, 6 SB, 10 SB, 15 SB, & 25 SB! When you collect all 5 limited edition bills, you ALSO receive a 20 SB bonus instantly!
Not a member yet? Don’t worry, it’s free to sign up and start earning points / SB towards your first gift card!