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These deals are updated throughout the day! Be sure to check Amazon, because some of the items: Have coupons available Are available through Subscribe & Save (where you can save between an extra 5% to 15% depending on how many subscriptions you have for a month (you can cancel these easily before they ship again!)) Show a better price on the right hand side in the cart section Most recent deals are listed first! IRIS Premium Airtight Pet Food Storage Container, Tan [Amazon Link] [Amazon Smile...

I noticed when I am logged into my ShopYourWay account, that I get many items with a lower ‘Member Price’ shown. There are a LOT of games available for sale prices like this. ...

Check out the many photo items Walmart has for sale today for only $10 with free shipping!  Calendars, ornaments, coffee mugs, and even a tote are included! ...

Walmart has a new program called Savings Catcher!  You can use it through the web, or you may use their integrated iPhone or Android apps. You just set up an account and scan in your Walmart receipts.  Then, Walmart reviews other advertised offers and will adjust your prices to any lower prices found!  If you used a coupon for an item, they will still adjust the price to the lower price!

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If you would like an invite to the Coach Factory online outlet, let me know and I will send a link!

Wanted to share a few things I came across when searching for ways to find deals to share with you, –ways for you to find them, too! One of them is Keepa.com.  It is a site where you can look at the latest price drops at Amazon.  It’s not quite the same as how deal blogs, etc seem to work, where we scour (at least what I do) through Amazon looking at Top lists, coupons available, and Subscribe & Save offers. What’s real neat about Keepa.com is that you can download a plug-in for it for FireFox or a plug-in for Chrome. ...

Kmart has a whole page of free product samples! ...

Amazon has a nice listing of free Ebook resources. These include: Manybooks.net Project Gutenberg Kindle store Internet Archive Open Library ...

Amazon Free Books

Amazon offers a few ways of getting free kindle ebooks.

 

Amazon Prime Lending Library

If you have Amazon Prime (or Mom, or maybe Student) then the Amazon Kindle Lending Library will allow you to select one book a month for free.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000739811

 

Special Offer for Free pre-release Novel

In addition, under the special offers for at least the last two months, I have seen they make special offers where you may select one of a few pre-releases.  The other day, I selected the one that sounded more interesting, and it turned out to be a Young Adult novel, and I got a free MP3 credit from Amazon!

 

Amazon Free Ebooks page

http://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=2245146011

Kasasa Accounts

Have you ever heard of a Kasasa account?

I hadn’t either until I was flipping through a magazine one day, and an article talked about some weird named account where, even now when rates are low(!), you could earn 2% or 3% on your account.  Then, since I hadn’t paid attention to what that unusual name was, had the hardest time trying to figure out what it was again!

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Basically different banks offer these accounts.

Free Kasasa checking accounts include

  • Nationwide refunds on ATM fees
  • No monthly service fee or minimum balance required to earn rewards
  • Personal service you trust from a local community bank or credit union of your choice

You can find them local or as an online option.  I happened to find a local one that offered a great rate.

They encourage the online options, and a lot of the time they just require you do a couple debit card transactions each month and have a form of direct deposit or something.  (They also reimburse some ATM fees if you end up incurring them sometimes.)

Check out the website for more info!  I thought they sounded too good to be true, but investigated and they turned out to be a better option than another money market like online account OR a CD.

They also offer other types of accounts, where you can earn music downloads, etc.

Again, I was skeptical myself, but take a look, research them, find one you’re comfortable with and read the terms.  It just seems like a great deal.  Even if I don’t meet the requirements for the 3% on my account, there is still no fee or penalty, I just don’t get that 3% for the month.

 

 

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