Office Max MaxPerks Deals 1/1 – 1/7


Have you tried Office Max MaxPerks yet?  You can check out all the details here.  This week would be a great time to give it a chance if you need one (or all of these items):

Boise X-9 Copy Paper- 10 ream case $41.99
– MaxPerks Rewards $32.00
Final Price After Rewards: $9.99

OfficeMax All-In-One Paper- 1 ream $6.99
– MaxPerks Rewards $4.99
Final Price After Rewards: $2.00

MaxPerks Event – Shop Backpacks, Cases and Totes 100% Back in MaxPerks Rewards!
– Purchase must be made online

Scroll about halfway down the page and you can see these great offers!

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MaxPerks Bonus Rewards Program


Have you ever used the Office Max MaxPerks Bonus Rewards Program?  I used it for the first time recently and I have to say I was impressed.  This could save people thousands of dollars on office supplies!

When you buy items that have Max Perks you get your money back in store credit (just like at the drug stores).  Then you can use this store credit to purchase almost anything you want.

MaxPerks Bonus Rewards Program: when you sign up online you can print your card immediately.  Or you can sign up at your local store.  Either way you will get a plastic card and one of those key chain fobs if you prefer to use that.

The Max Perk Rewards will be a store credit.

Every quarter, MaxPerks will send you a MaxPerks Reward e-mail.  You print out your Max Perks certificate and you will have 1-2 months to spend it online or in-stores.

You also earn $3.00 for Each Printer Cartridge You Recycle at the store (Maximum of $60 per calendar year)

Earn $25 for every $500 you spend on qualified purchases.

It’s a pretty simple program and every week there is usually atleast one item that is FREE after Max Perks.  When there are very good deals I will be sure to post them for you!

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Burger King: Buy One Get One Free Whoppers


Stop at Burger King between December 9th and December 11th and you can get Whoppers Buy One Get One Free!

Not necessarily the healthiest of freebies but still a good deal!

Thanks Money Saving Mom!

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HP Deskjet 1051 All-in-One Printer $19.00


If you have been looking for an inexpensive printer this might be a good option for you.  It also has a scanner and copier.

You can grab the HP Deskjet 1051 All-in-One Printer for $19.00 online at Walmart.com right now.

Just search for HP Deskjet 1051 All-in-One Printer and find this great deal!

And you can have it shipped to store for FREE!

Thanks Coupon Cravings!

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Toy Story for Wii & Playstation 3 $9.99


This is 50% off a video game that looks like lots of fun to me!

Right now on Amazon you can get the Toy Story 3 for Wii and Playstation for $9.99.

You can’t even get it used for that price!

Thanks Frugal Finders!

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The Office Season 6: $12.99


I was looking around for seasons of The Office in the Black Friday deals but haven’t seen too many.

Right now you can get The Office: Season Six on Amazon for $12.99.  That is a Black Friday price for that DVD set!

As always this is Amazon- the price could change at any moment.

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The “Cansolidator” $19.88


Many of you participated earlier this year in my 10,000 fan giveaway and had a chance to win one of my favorite things I have ever given away- a Cansolidator.

It’s an organizing system that can help rotate and organize the the cans in your pantry so that you are ensuring your stock gets used before it expires.  I have one on top of my fridge now (I have the tiniest pantry in the world) and it keeps everything right where I need it.

Featuring SmarTrac technology, the Cansolidator Pantry is a front loading system that automatically rotates up to 40 cans. This adjustable, expandable, stackable system takes the hassle out of can rotation and allows you to organize cans the way YOU want. The Cansolidator is easy to assemble and guarantees a more organized pantry in minutes. Sturdy, compact, and reliable, the Cansolidator Pantry is the perfect stand-alone solution for any pantry.

They have them in MANY sizes but the one I have is only about a foot tall and twenty inches wide.

Several of you have asked about this product during coupon classes and I wanted to let you know it is currently on sale for $19.88 (that price did not show up until I put it in my cart).  With shipping I believe the total comes out to around $25.  This would be a great gift for the stock piling person in your life!

Once you are on the site just click on The Cansolidator Series on the left side of the screen.  Or you can check out many of the other options available- including some free standing units (if you have alot more money to spend).

This could be a great way to maximize space and organize things in your kitchen or pantry!

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Ann Taylor Loft: 40% off Site Wide


Ann Taylor Loft does this every once in a while so I wanted to be sure you knew about it!

Right now you can get 40% off everything on-line at Ann Taylor Loft (including sale and clearance items)

Just use the code FRIENDSAF when you check out! 

This offer expires November 13th.

Is this deal expired?  Check out other Ann Taylor Sales!

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“Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” Video Game Sale


A good friend of mine married a gamer so I always ask her to let me know which games he wants, as there is a chance that some of you may be married to a gamer as well. 

He has mentioned Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as one of his desired games so I wanted to point out the pre-order deal they have on Amazon right now (the game comes out on 11/11).   The price on both Amazon.com is $59.99.  (And, of course, the price on Walmart.com is the same.  If you missed my post check it out.)

This version of the game also comes with a Premium Physical Map AND a $10 Amazon.com credit to be used on almost anything sold by Amazon.   Plus the game will be in your mailbox the day it comes out.

This game is rated M for Mature so it is not for your little ones (however Mario Kart 7 comes out in a few weeks too and THAT looks like kid friendly fun.)

So if video games aren’t your thing you can move on but for those of you who have to work it into your budget (you know who you are) here is a chance to save!

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Home Depot Christmas Light Trade In- GREAT DEAL


It’s that time of year again- where you climb into the attic or go into the basement to find a mess of burnt out, energy sucking holiday lights.

Why not trade them in this year for new energy efficient LED lights?  And get a discount!

Every year the Home Depot does their Christmas/Holiday light trade it.  Bring your old lights to Home Depot and receive a coupon to buy new LED lights for a great deal.

Now through November 13th take your old lights in and receive a coupon for the following:

  • $3 off coupon towards the purchase of Home Accents Holiday string lights
  • $4 off coupon towards the purchase of Martha Stewart Living or GE LED string lights
  • $5 off coupon towards the purchase of EcoSmart or Lightshow LED Lights

There is a limit of 5 redemptions per customer and this should get the cheapest strands down to about $2-3.   The lights you bring in do not have to work.

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