Canon All-In-One Printer 70% Off

I don’t post too many printer deals but this Canon PIXMA MG6220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer (5292B002) is about $50 cheaper than I was able to find it anywhere else online!

It has almost a five star rating and Canon’s are known for being generous with their ink- meaning it must be replaced less.

  • The Intelligent Touch System allows you to effortlessly operate your machine with gorgeous touch sensitive buttons
  • Six individual ink system featuring gray ink for professional looking black & white photos
  • Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with your compatible
  • Professional color adjustment feature with the included Easy-PhotoPrint Pro software
  • Built-in CD/DVD Printing
  • Canon EOS Digital SLR or PowerShot cameras into beautiful prints

I know this isn’t for everyone but it might be perfect for you!

Remember this is Amazon- the price can change at any moment.

Thanks Couponers United!

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Spirituality & Health Magazine For Only $4.99 Per Year

Today only, subscribe to Spirituality & Health Magazine for only $4.99 per year (75% off)! You can order up to 2 years at this price! However this offer expires at Monday 10/08/12 11:59 PM EST!

For people who wish to explore the spiritual journey to self-knowledge, drawing from the wisdom of many cultures for the health of our body, mind and spirit with an emphasis on sharing spiritual practices.

And enter code AFRUGALCHICK and you’ll be able to save 20% off most magazines, everyday!

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$1.00 off Soft Scrub Spray Product Printable Coupon

There is a new coupon for $1.00 off Soft Scrub Spray Product.

Soft Scrub is available at many stores but here should be an average price for Walmart and Target like stores:

Soft Scrub Spray with Bleach, $2.78
– $1.00 off Soft Scrub Spray Product coupon
Total = $1.78 each

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FREE Journal from Paper Coterie (Just Pay $7.00 Shipping)

I love this deal- I think it’s a perfect stocking stuffer for the holidays.

If you are a first time customer on Paper Coterie you can get a free journal.

Just use the coupon code welcomejournal at checkout to see the discount.

Shipping is $7 so that’s still a great deal on a journal- especially when they are this cute!

 

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Wine Enthusiast Magazine For Only $8.99 Per Year

Today only, subscribe to Wine Enthusiast Magazine for only $8.99 per year (69% off)! You can order up to 4 years at this price! However this offer expires at Friday 10/05/12 11:59 PM EST!

Wine Enthusiast Magazine is edited with the wine consumer in mind. Each issue of Wine Enthusiast emphasizes all the pleasures of the good life by focusing on travel, fine dining, as well as the best of new wines. Wine Enthusiast provides wine guides, news, notes from the world of wine, and profiles of well-known enthusiasts.

And enter code AFRUGALCHICK and you’ll be able to save 20% off most magazines, everyday!

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Amazon: Barbie I Can Be a Teacher Doll Set – Only $13.15!

Wow! Amazon is offering a great price on the Barbie I Can Be Art Teacher Doll Playset that is $8 cheaper then the in-store price! Right now you can get Barbie I Can Be Art Teacher Doll Playset for only $13.15 plus free shipping with Prime or Super Saver orders and you don’t even have to leave your house. But as always the price can change so be sure to check this deal out before it goes up and add to your gift closet.

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Fun Kid’s Activity: Soda Bottle Ghost

This great craft is from Sharon at Mom on Dealz!  No way am I this creative!

Soda Bottle Halloween Ghosts

Materials:
Soda Bottles (2 liter)
Sharp Scissors
White Tissue Paper
Black Construction Paper
Mod Podge

Directions:
1. Clean and dry a 2 liter soda bottle.
2. Cut the top off with a sharp knife or scissors (obviously the adult does this part).

3. Cover the bottom and part of the sides with Mod Podge. Try to not go past the half-way point because it will make the ghost look less “flowy”.


4. Lay one sheet of white tissue paper on top of the covered bottle.

5. Using the black construction paper, create ghost eyes/mouth and add to your ghost.

And then you have a ghost!  If you want to light it up you can grab those battery operated candles or use some Holiday lights to make it come to life!

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Taste of Home Magazine For Only $3.99 Per Year

Today only, subscribe to Taste of Home Magazine for only $3.99 per year (76% off)! You can order up to 4 years at this price! However this offer expires at Friday 10/05/12 09:59 AM EST EST!

Taste of Home America s No. 1 cooking magazine takes a commonsense approach to family-pleasing meals with family-tested favorites, hints on cooking for one or two, as well as meals on a budget for big families and more.

1 year subscription for $3.99 (76% off) with code AFRUGALCHICK
2 year subscription for $7.98 (76% off) with code AFRUGALCHICK
3 year subscription for $11.97 (76% off) with code AFRUGALCHICK
4 year subscription for $15.96 (76% off) with code AFRUGALCHICK

And enter code AFRUGALCHICK and you’ll be able to save 20% off most magazines, everyday!

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The Money Hangover

Every once in awhile it happens.  You get off work after a stressful day and want to blow off some steam.  You head to your regular hang out where “everybody knows your name.”  You live it up for the night without any thought of the consequences.

Then comes the morning.  You wake up, turn off the alarm and begin to relive the night before.You see the bags scattered across the floor with their expensive price tags staring back at you.  The memories flood back – the cute top you just couldn’t put back on the shelf, the electronics that you HAD to have, the shoes that cost more than your mortgage payment.  Last night running the card through the machine seemed so easy.  This morning it seems like a stupid mistake.

I call it “The Money Hangover.”  That feeling of dread after a great night of shopping when you spent way too much money on things you didn’t need.  It doesn’t have to be this way.  There are easy ways to avoid “The Money Hangover”.

– Leave the cards at home.  I am not a fan of the credit card.  A credit card feels like less of a commitment.  While handing over cash gives a real sense of the money you are spending.

– Don’t shop when you are emotional. Retail Therapy is disastrous.  Many people find that coupons help cure the itch for shopping.  It’s the same adrenaline rush from finding a good deal without emptying your wallet.

– Find a support buddy.  Find a friend who is frugal in their spending habits and ask them to hold you accountable.  Be sure it is someone who is already frugal – if not you could end up shopping together!

A few simple steps can help you avoid The Money Hangover!

** This is a reprint of my article published in The Clipper on 09/30/12. **

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Virginia: Sales Tax Holiday For Energy Efficient Items October 5 – 8

How did I not know Virginia did this?

This coming weekend (well extended weekend) October 5th through 8th is a Sales Tax Holiday for certain EnergyStar and WaterSense products!

Exempt Energy Star items include dishwashers, clothes washers, refrigerators, air conditioners, ceiling fans, compact fluorescent light bulbs, dehumidifiers and programmable thermostats that carry the Energy Star designation. The exempt WaterSense items include bathroom sink faucets, faucet accessories, showerheads
and toilets.

These items should be clearly marked with the EPA insignia and to be eligible they can not cost MORE than $2500.00.

Check out all the details here.

Thanks Savvy Shopper Today!

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