Archive - 2013

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Target Shoppers: Security Breach In-Stores
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Freezing Vegetables
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New Exclusions on Manufacturer’s Coupons?
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Understanding Digital Coupons from Hy-Vee [FREE Service]
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A reader’s Save with the Fuel Saver Card
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How to make kid’s shampoo, conditioner, and body wash last longer
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Coupon Lesson: Donating Items
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A school supply shopping trip with one of my followers
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Reciept Hog: You send in Receipts, they Send you Prizes
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Understanding the Redeemable text on Printables

Target Shoppers: Security Breach In-Stores

If you shopped in-stores at Target between, using a debit or credit card, November 27-December 15tb, you might want to look closely at your bank or credit card statements. According to Corporate Target, it appears that unauthorized access to their payment card data during that…

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Understanding Digital Coupons from Hy-Vee [FREE Service]

Do you ever get to the store and think, “Shoot, I left my coupons on the counter again!”? Well, Hy-Vee is trying to make things a little bit easier for their customers and now offer digital coupons. Before we get started, I want to mention…

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Reciept Hog: You send in Receipts, they Send you Prizes

So I came across this new app today and it’s pretty cool. You upload pictures of your receipts, grocery, and then you get coins that you can trade in for prizes. When you sign up you get 50 free coins instantly and then a free…

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Understanding the Redeemable text on Printables

So, sometimes there are words printed on coupons that can lead to confusion. As you read this, I’m sure anyone who is comfortable with coupons has an idea of what I’m talking about. Some coupons that you print may only have the coupon exclusions and…

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