Plum District: Refer 2 Friends and Get a $10 California Pizza Kitchen Gift Card

Yep it’s a long title but it’s all true.

Refer two NEW friends (new to them, not new to you) to Plum District (it’s a deal of the day site ala Groupon and Living Social) and get a $10 gift card to California Pizza Kitchen (yum!).  They must sign up and confirm their e-mail address today in order for you to qualify.

If you have not signed up for Plum District, please sign up here so I can get a $10 gift card too and then tell your friends!

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REMINDER: FREE Redbox Code

Visit Redbox on Facebook and click on the “Freebie” tab to get your own unique code good towards a free one-night movie rental!

This code is only good for use on 2/24 but you can get it today and write it down for safekeeping!

To use the code you will need to visit your local Redbox location and select “Rent with Promo Code.” Then just enter the code, select your movie and continue to check out.

And while you are on facebook make sure you like A Frugal Chick!

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Wanna Win Something?

Alot of these give aways have less than 100 entries- that’s a good chance at winning something!

$100 CASH from Ebates

Crazy Dog Tees

Coupons for a year and over $500 in prizes

Xtrema 10.5″ Ceramic Cookware

Dr. Smith’s Diaper Ointment

ShopRite Gift Card

Minnie’s Masquerade DVD & Mickey Mote

Pocoyo 3 DVD Set

Peter Rabbit Organics

Pilates Anytime

Boogie Wipes Ends 3/1

Yoplait Kids Prize Pack ends 3/1

Charlies Soap-80 Loads! Ends 3/2

TeeWit Custom Shirts $20GC Ends 3/1

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Making New Crayons from Old Ones!

Each week I feature a new frugal fun activity for you and your kids provided by Sharon at Mom on Dealz.  This week is a great way to use all those broken bits of crayon in the house!

Materials:
broken crayons
oven
cupcake/muffin pan

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
2. Gather all of the broken crayons you have in the house.
3. Spray muffin pan with PAM or line them with foil liners. (I used my oldest pan for this in hopes of having an excuse to replace it, but the crayons don’t stick so no such luck for me!)
4. Divide crayon pieces among the spaces in the pan on your preference. You can put similar colors together, seasonal colors together, primary colors together, etc.
5. Put pan in the oven. Check every 5 minutes to monitor if they are melting. Everyone’s oven is different so time will vary.
6. When crayon pieces are completely melted, remove from the oven and allow to cool. If you are in a rush, you can put them in the fridge or freezer.
7. Pop out of pan and color away with your new crayons!

Educational Usage:
1. Discuss with your child different states of matter and how the crayons went from a solid, to a liquid, and then to a solid again.
2. Discuss the blending of the colors and how different colors can combine to make new colors.
3. Use this activity to help your child review steps in a process. They can retell you the steps orally, they can draw the steps, or write them down.
4. Discuss how this activity is an example of recycling. Talk about other things that can be recycled and the benefits of recycling. Have your child draw, list, or tell you other ways to help the enviroment.

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FREE Sample: Matrix Hydrathérapie Aqua Immersion Créme Masque

Try saying that title three times fast! 

Click here to grab your FREE sample! 

Thanks Common Sense With Money!

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Free Sample Miracle Whip

Click here to request a free sample of Miracle Whip (which will hopefully come with coupons!)  The sample is in the upper right hand corner!

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Extra Swagbucks for New Users

It’s been a while since I mentioned Swagbucks and I guess they knew it, because they released a code today for new users!

Their third birthday is coming up so to celebrate they want to give you Swagbucks!  If you aren’t familiar with Swagbucks click here to see my post all about it!

You can register for Swagbucks here. When you register, you’ll enter your name, email password and swagname. Then you’ll be taken to a page where you can enter the code above for the extra 50 Swagbucks (try the code BirthdayDeal)!

This code is for new members only but keep an eye on my blog because as their actual birthday gets closer they will be releasing even more codes!

And if you wonder if it works, did I tell you about my tv?

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