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It is always a running joke when I travel that every small town has a Dairy Queen and a Dollar General.  And since the prices in small towns on merchandise can be so high it’s nice to know that Dollar General not only has good prices but they take manufacturer’s coupons.  And now, to make it even more convenient, Dollar General has released a new e-commerce site.  So if you don’t have a Dollar General nearby (or you just like shopping in your PJs) you can just shop at home and Dollar General Delivers.

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Dollar General wanted me to look around their site and see what I thought of the products.  While I (of course) prefer to shop at Rite Aid, Dollar General does have alot of items that normal drug stores do not carry and their prices are comparable.  So I made a pretend shopping list of what I would buy online.  I found the prices on some of the Healthy & Beauty and Foods items to be pretty good.  They even have a teacher’s section and a place with coupons!

In addition it always nice to do your shopping at home without having to take the family out or get out of your comfy pants!

And since they want you to check out their unique deals, right now use the code DG10FIRST to get 10% off your entire purchase, plus free shipping! 

What could be easier than having everything you need dropped off at your front door? 

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Food Lion Deals 12/22 – 12/24

Food Lion will only accept one coupon per item up to ten items. To see their official coupon policy, click here. Remember any items that are Buy One Get One Free will ring up half price if you just buy one using your MVP card!

**These prices are for the Hampton Roads area in VA. Prices in your region may vary slightly but should be very similar. **

Buy 2 Tropicana Orange Juice (59 oz select varieties) 2/$5
Get 1 Dozen Food Lion Large Eggs FREE

Buy any 2 Angel Soft (9 Mega, 12 Double or 24 Regular Rolls) or Sparkle Paper Towels (8 Rolls)
Save $2.00 Instantly
$0.50/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue, exp. 2-14-11 (RP 11/14/10)
$1/2 Angel Soft Bath Tissue, exp. 2-14-11 (RP 11/14/10 #2)
$0.50/1 Angel Soft Toilet Paper printable

Buy One Get One Free Items

Del Monte Canned Vegetables (14.5 – 15.25 oz select varieties) $.60 each

Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce $1.00 each

Food Lion Raw or Cooked Jumbo Shrimp 16 oz

Food Lion Frozen Chicken Breasts 2.5 lbs

Betty Crocker Cake Mixes (18 – 18.25 oz varieties) $.90 each
$0.75/1 Betty Crocker AND Frosting, exp. 1-8-11 (GM 11/14/10)

Edy’s Ice Cream (48 -56 oz select varieties)

Mrs. Smith’s Fruit Pies 37 oz select varieties (limit 2 free)

Mt. Olive Pickle Spears, Chips and Baby Dills 24 oz varieties
$1/1 Mt. Olive Pickles, Peppers or Relish, exp. 12-31-10 (SS 10/31/10)

Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables or Blends $1.40 each

Regular Deals

Stove Top Stuffing (6 – 6.37 oz varieties) 4/$5

Gwaltney Bacon or Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage (16 oz) 2/$5
$1/1 Jimmy Dean Product printable
Final Price: $1.50 for Jimmy Dean Sausage Roll

Cool Whip (8 oz) 2/$2
$1/2 Cool Whip Printable
Final Price: $.50 each

2 Liter Coke Products $.99

Kraft Mayonnaise and Miracle Whip (30 oz) 2/$6
$1/2 Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip Dressing printable
Final Price: $2.50 each

Dole Canned Pineapple (20 oz) 5/$5
$0.55/2 Canned Dole Pineapple, exp. 12-31-10 (Peelie on Product)
Final Price: $.73 each (for 2)

Folgers Can Coffee (27.8 – 34.5 oz cans- decaf, columbian and simply smooth not included) $6.99
$1/2 Folgers Coffee, exp. 12-31-2010 (GM 10/3/10)
Final Price: $6.49 each

Kraft Salad Dressings (14 – 16 oz varieties) 2/$4

Heinz Homestyle Gravy 4/$5

DiGiorno Pizza 12 inch $5
$1/1 Digiorno Pizza, exp. 12-31-10 (RP 11/14/10 #2)
Final Price: $4

Philadelphia Cream Cheese $1.33

Daisy Sour Cream $1.50

Colgate Total 4-6 oz varieties $2.50
$0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 12-25-10 (SS 12/05/10)
$1/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 12-25-10 (SS 12/05/10)
$0.35/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 12-25-10 (SS 12/05/10)
Final Price: As low as $1.50

Excedrin 20-24 count Caplets, Geltabs or Tablets $1.99
$1/1 Excedrin Product, exp. 12-31-10 (SS 10/17/10)
Final Price: $.99

Blackberries and Blueberries $2.50

Bulk Yellow Onions $.79 lb

2lb bag Peeled Baby Carrots $2.49

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts 3/$5

French’s Fried Onions 6 oz $2.99
$0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onion, exp. 1-31-11 (SS 11/07/10)
$0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onions printable
Final Price: $2.49

Campbell’s Cream Soups 5/$4


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Weekly Round Up of Random Wisdom

Every day I read dozens of articles on-line about personal finance and other items. Thought I would share a few:

Why I Buy Local by J.D. Roth at The Simple Dollar

How Panhandlers Use Free Credit Cards from The Star

Can Vitamins Save You Thousands of Dollars? by Bargain Briana

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Grocery Deals for the Week

Harris Teeter- Green Giant Veggies and free Lip Balm!

Wal-Mart Deals including yogurt and cheese!

Food Lion- inexpensive Pop Tarts and Toaster Strudels!

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MyPoints.com

This is a guest post from my friend Tara Ryan! She has been using mypoints.com for a while and I am new to the site so I asked her to step in and let you guys know all about it!

What if I told you there was a website where you can earn reward points whenever you purchase merchandise from a website you already use? MyPoints.com is one of those websites. They are quick, reliable and secure!

MyPoints has been in business over a decade and I have been reaping the rewards pretty much since they started. I usually redeem my points only once or twice a year and always for gift cards. Some I keep for myself and some I pass to others. They have a huge variety of stores and increments to choose from. Olive Garden, Applebee’s, Macaroni Grill, Bass Pro Shops, Sears, and iTunes are some of the big names. The turnaround time to receive your reward is about two weeks, much faster other reward sites I use!

Now the big question is, “What do I have to do to earn these points?” There are a variety of ways to earn points and all are easy:

– Check your email. Don’t most people do this multiple times a day anyway? MyPoints will send you email advertisements, just a couple per day (enough to keep you busy, not enough to be annoying). Click on the link and you have earned 5 points- no purchase necessary!

– Occasionally, MyPoints will send you surveys in your email as well. Take these short surveys and earn points!

– One of the best ways to earn points is by shopping online- you can earn points for every dollar you spend! Who doesn’t love shopping? Participating stores include OfficeDepot.com, Overstock.com, OldNavy.com, and Avon.com!

– There is a tab on the website titled Easy Points. Click on it for quick ways to boost points toward your goal. Printing coupons and playing games on their site can earn some quick points. It is so easy!

With so many ways to earn points and tons of rewards to redeem who wouldn’t want to participate in something like this? If you e-mail afrugalchick@aol.com, Laura will make sure you get a referral link from me (so I can get a couple of points for referrals!)

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