Free Magazine Subscription Through Recyclebank


Have you signed up for Recycle Bank yet?  It’s a site where you watch videos and take quizzes on being green.

In return you get free stuff and often high value coupons!

Right now on Recycle Bank you can get FREE subscriptions Better Homes and Gardens, Good Housekeeping, or Parents magazine with 115 points.  Since many of the videos are 25 points it won’t take long.

A fellow blogger suggests: You can earn 25 points by taking the GE quiz, 25 points by taking the Turn Off the Tap Quiz, 25 points by taking the Kashi Lifecycle of a Cereal Box Quiz, 25 points by taking the Turn Off the Tap Quiz, 5 points by signing up for the Uncommon Goods email newsletter, 5 points from Earth 911, and more points from the Aveeno Facebook challenges.

If any of those magazines interest you- you can’t beat FREE!

Thanks Money Saving Mom!

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FREE Scotch Brite Greener Clean Scrub Sponge (No Coupon Needed)


Here is another great facebook freebie!

“Like” Scotch-Brite on Facebook and you can get a FREE Scotch Brite Greener Clean Scrub Sponge!

You do have to give them your e-mail, so be sure to use your special couponing e-mail address!

I have never used these before so I am excited to try them out!

Thanks This Frugal Life!

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Rite Aid: 15 FREE Holiday Cards & 25 FREE Prints


Still trying to decide about holiday cards?  How about getting 15 for FREE to start your collection?

Right now you can get 15 FREE personalized “greeting” cards by using the coupon code FREECARDS when you make your purchase through Rite Aid’s Picture Center.

Shipping is less than $2 or my sources tell me you can pick them up in store for no extra cost.

AND you can get 25 FREE prints using the code FREEPRINTS when you check out.

There is no end date published for this offer.

I have never had anything printed at Rite Aid.  Have you?

Be sure to check out how to get 4 tubes of toothpaste for $3.50 this week at Rite Aid

Thanks Common Sense With Money!

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Veterans Day: Free 7-11 Slurpees For Family


This Veteran’s Day (Friday, Nov. 11, 2011 or 11/11/11), 7-Eleven, Inc. is saluting active, veteran and retired U.S. military personnel and their immediate families with free, small Slurpee® drinks between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Presenting proof of current or former U.S. military service during that time is all that’s required to receive a free Slurpee drink on Veteran’s Day.

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Chili’s Free Appetizer With Entree (11/8 Only)


If you are heading to Chili’s today grab a free appetizer!  Print a coupon from Chili’s Facebook page (click on the wall) and take it in to grab a FREE appetizer when you purchase an entree. 

It is only good TODAY 11/8. 

Also if you are avid Chili’s fan be sure to use your special coupon e-mail address to sign up for Chili’s e-club for a FREE chips and queso coupon! 

Thanks Coupon Princess!

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Rite Aid: 4 Tubes Of Colgate for $3.50 + $3.50 In Store Credit


Last night while teaching a coupon class I stumbled across a GREAT deal on toothpaste this week (11/6 – 11/12) at Rite Aid.  Even without any coupons you can still score 4 tubes of toothpaste for $3.50 plus sales tax.

When you shop at Rite Aid you earn Up Rewards.  These are basically Rite Aid coupons for a certain amount off your total. 

This week at Rite Aid they have Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste (4 oz) on sale for $3.50.  When you purchase it you get $3.50 in Up Rewards.  So in coupon math it is FREE.  However you can buy four of them with your Rite Aid Wellness card (which you must have to do any of the transactions) so this can be a big chance to stock up!

Also in the 10/30/11 Smart Source Insert there was a coupon for this item. So feel free to use that on your first transaction if you have it.

Transaction #1: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Price Out Of Pocket: $3.50 plus sales tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #2: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #1
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #3: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #2
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #4: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #3
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

So in the end you have 4 tubes of toothpaste and $3.50 in Rite Aid credit you can use on something else!

If you are in Hampton Roads and need somewhere to donate the toothpaste I have a suggestion!

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Amazon Book Download: Queen of New Beginnings


This one looks like a girl power book!

Download Queen of New Beginnings on Amazon right now for FREE to your PC, Kindle or Smart Phone.

Here is the Amazon description of the book:  Alice knows something about the freedom of reinvention-it makes those tough years in the past a little easier to bear. So when she meets Clayton, she understands why he wants to shrug off his old life. Their unlikely friendship seems stable-until Alice discovers Clayton has betrayed her in the worst possible way. With a gift for believable characters, Erica James deftly tackles infidelity, bereavement, and family breakdown, and her blend of sparkling wit and real emotional power has her poised to take over the States.

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