Amazon: Magazines for Father’s Day

Still looking for a Father’s Day gift? Check out some great magazine deals on Amazon!

Golf Digest (1-year) $14.97

Golf Magazine (1-year) $10.00

National Geographic (1 year) $15.00

Popular Science (1-year) $10.00

Wired (1-year) $10.00

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Welcome WVEC Viewers

If you saw the interview on WVEC this morning and decided to stop by, thanks for checking out my site! Feel free to look around at all the great deals!

If you like what you see consider becoming my friend on facebook, following me on twitter or getting the deals e-mailed to you each day!

Here are the deals we talked about this morning:

Sears: Spend $50, get $50 in Come Back Cash

Coupon Class open to the Public

Huge Sale on Silly Bandz

Tropical Smoothie Flip Flop Day

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Coupon Class Open to the Public

Normally when I teach coupon classes, I prefer to do them in homes with a close group of friends. However Atlantic Shores Baptist Church has offered to open up a room to me for two dates to do classes.

The classes will be taught on July 8th and July 15th, and should run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The classes will be identical to one another, so you only need to attend one to get all the great information. There are additional dates available if these classes fill up. Also if you would like to attend but can not come on a Thursday let me know and if we can get a full class, we can schedule for an alternative evening.

Each class participant receives a workbook, some starter coupons and atleast one attendee will receive a coupon oriented door prize. Here are some of the topics we discuss:

Sources for Coupons
Coupon Organization
Coupon Policies
Shopping Preparation
Drug Store Deals
Local Farmers Markets
Uses for Expired Coupons
… and much more!

The cost per class will be $10 a person, as long as we get more than 10 people in each class (which I do not think will be a problem). The maximum class size is 12 people. Non-refundable payment will need to be made ahead either by credit card or check.

If you are interested in attending, please use the contact me link to drop me a line. Please let me know which night you would like to attend, and I can send you the payment information.

I would be excited to meet many of you and share my love for couponing and saving money!

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Friday is Mega Swag Bucks Day

Don’t forget today is Friday . . . . . That means Mega Swagbucks Day!!! That means that you can win up to 1000 Swagbucks just for searching the internet!!!

If you don’t use Swagbucks, you need to check it out! Swagbucks is a search engine, powered by Google, that gives you points for searching the internet. Just use it like you would Google or Bing, but you earn points for seaches. After you have banked enough points, you can trade them in for free items! Plus, they often offer special Swag Codes for additional points as well, so it’s not hard to rack up enough points to redeem often!

With Swagbucks you can earn gift cards (my personal favorite) and other rewards just by searching the internet. IPods, LCD televisions, and IPhones are some of the more fun items in the Swag Store- I personally am getting Amazon $5 gift cards toward a new television. It’s only 45 swag points to get a $5 gift card!

Plus, if you use this link here you can earn 30 Swag Bucks just for signing up!

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Locals Only: Huge Sale on Silly Bandz

I confess… until about a week ago I had no clue what a Silly Band was. Then one of my voice students came in and handed me a little microphone that also looked like a bracelet. Thus began my education.

If you have a kid at home, however, I am willing to bet you are VERY familiar with Silly Bandz. And they are expensive (they brought back memories of how badly I wanted a bubble necklace in middle school).

Sam from The 39er in Virginia Beach has e-mailed to let me know that they are carrying them. They currently have baseball, sea, zoo, animals, princess, farm, phrases, cowboy, animals, girl and a glitter princess. And MUCH cheaper than other stores. They are currently $1.59 for a dozen or $2.98 for an alphabet pack (the next batch will go up to $1.98 for a dozen as the supplier realizes what a gold mine they are sitting on). Plus, don’t forget to take in a coupon to make it a great deal!

So print out a coupon and make sure to go check them out at 3756 Virginia Beach Blvd in Virginia Beach or give them a call at 757-498-1334!

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$25 Itunes card for $15 at Rite Aid

Rite Aid has a coupon in their flyer for this week. It is for $5 off a $25 Itunes card. This alone is a good deal.

Some stores (depending on the manager) will also let you use the online coupon for $5 off of $25, making the final price $15!

This could be a great graduation or Father’s Day gift!

Thanks My Frugal Adventures!

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The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella (Twilight Saga) is now available on line for free!

Click here to read the whole story!

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