Couponizer Giveaway! All New Design!

The Couponizer booklet – measures 8″ tall, 6″ wide, 1″ deep (before coupons), 18 pockets for grocery coupons, 6 pockets for other coupons such as Restaurants, Retail, Rewards, 2 shopping pockets (Coupons to be used this shopping trip & Checkout), 3 loyalty card card sleeves, metal spiral bind, elastic closure strap, durable plastic covers.

  • 1 Shopping List pad – 20 tear off sheets/cardboard backing
  • 1 CoupTracker pad – 15 tear off sheets/cardboard backing for record spending and savings by store
  • 1 CoupStacker – pre-sorting mat used to organize coupons according to pocket when clipping
  • 1 Carrying Bag – clear zippered vinyl bag
  • 1 pair of scissors

Right now and through Mother’s Day with every Couponizer purchased, you’ll receive a $25 Restaurant.com Gift Card! This is a fabulous deal!

Giveaway {Closed}

Friday, April 20th was my birthday. The older I get the more simplified I want my life to be. I believe in some way we all want to simplify things. I’ve decided to celebrate my birthday week by hosting giveaways (from Oreck, TrueLemon, eBook Bundles, Couponizer, Thrity-One Gifts, and many more) and sharing some posts on simplifying life. If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe because over the next week we’ll discuss:

In order to enter all you have to do is answer the following question in the comments: Do you have any secrets to saving money? If so, what are they? That’s all. Really. No hoops to jump through. However, I would be honored if you would subscribe to my free blog posts, like my page on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter. The giveaway will end on April 27th at midnight CST.

By the way, be sure to enter the Oreck AirInstinct giveaway.

Couponizer provided by the company for a giveaway.

Comments

  1. Check sales ads/blogs before shopping trip and make a list.

  2. Melissa K. says:

    Pay with cash, make a list before going to the store and stick to it. No unnecessary trips to the store. Shop thrift for clothing.

  3. Erika Airhart says:

    My “secret” to saving money… is never go grocery shopping when I’m hungry! I never thought it was a big deal… and then I took a step back and realized just how much junk my husband and I would buy if we went shopping before eating lunch/dinner.
    Not to mention, we spent a LOT more time wandering around the grocery store… time we could be using to do many other things we never seem to have time to accomplish! LOL

  4. The way I save money is not to jump on every deal I find. I read a lot of blogs on saving money and deals you can get. I usually look to go deal shopping once a month.

  5. One of the things I find is to print a list and stick to it for each place I am visiting. No wandering aimlessly around Wal-Mart, Target, grocery store., etc If what I need is not in that isle I do not even walk down it. I love walking out of the store and my pre-store totals match my post-store totals. I also price check and recently found a small grocery store sells their hamburger in 10-lb tubes just like Sam’s for 20-60 cents cheaper plus a lot of their roasts are considerably less as well. It pays to comparison shop especially if you are driving right past another store.

  6. Allison Sinkhorn says:

    I love yard sales! Not just to buy random junk because it’s cheap, but to purchase things you NEED. There is nothing wrong with second-hand purchases :) I also get a rush by knowing I saved my family some hard-earned cash

  7. The way we save money is “Hand-me-downs”! I have three kids (2 girls and a boy) I save everything from the older girl. Got lots of tubs of clothes and shoes that are still in great condition! And when they are all done with them I sell them on ebay or to someone we know…I don’t waste time with having a garage sale. If I can’t sell it that way then it gets donated. Also, take care of what you have. If you take care of your funiture/clothes/whatever then it lasts longer and you don’t need to spend money to replace it. Or try fixing it first. I think or society has us all thinking it’s ok to just trow things away and buy new…even if there is nothing wrong with it (like last years cell phone) :)

  8. One tip I have for saving money is to plan my meals 1 week in advance. This lets me shop only once a week and food doesn’t go to waste.

  9. Bobbie G says:

    My best secret is not to shop unless I absolutely need something. I save $$$$$ that way:) I do not go window shopping or shopping just because I get a sale paper with a special discount….again only if I need that item for myself or a family member. I do not use coupons on items I would normally never purchase….like new cereals, cookies, mixes, etc. I do not make new recipes that call for a spice I would not use again.

  10. Cherie Harris says:

    I don’t really have a “secret” to saving money…I just subscribe to a lot of money saving blogs for coupons, tips, and free items. I’m a coupon clipper, sale watcher, and hardly ever pay full price for anything. :-)

  11. Melinda T says:

    Its not a secret, but one way to keep me from spending is to avoid making unnecessary quick trips to Target or the grocery store during the week. I’ll tell myself I’m going in for one or two items, but always end up coming out with a cart full of items I don’t need but “justified” the purchases because it was on sale/clearance. And even though its a good deal, if its not something that I’ll use, it’ll just go to waste!

  12. I use coupons and really think about need vs. want before purchasing something.
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  13. My secret to saving money is to not spend money. It sound ridiculous, but it is the truth. Our house is filled with stuff and the last thing we need is more, including food items. So I make the decision to not go out shopping much. There is no temptation, no bargain that I just can’t pass by, and no impulse purchases when I stay home. I make most of my own cleaners from stuff around the house and we only shop for groceries a few times a month. It is a rare occasion that we go someplace like a mall, and when we do, I am underwhelmed and usually go home empty-handed. In my mind, that is not a bad thing. Making sure that you are using what you have before you buy more is the best way to save money.

  14. If it is not on sale, we don’t need it. Rummage, Yard and Garage sales are the way to go! Always ask for a discount…you never know if you don’t ask. I even got a discount on a crown at the dentist because I asked.

  15. paige shannon says:

    I never buy an item that I know I can buy on sale or with a coupon. I also always go to the clearance racks first.

  16. make a list of only needed items and stick to the list. keep reminding yourself wants vs. needs.

  17. I always ask myself, “Do I really NEED this, or do I just want it or think I need it?” My “litmus paper test” is to imagine that somebody living in the tent cities after the huge earthquake in Haiti was standing next to me at the store. Would they think this purchase was absolutely crazy, or would they respect it? That usually gives me my answer!

  18. Only save coupons for the items you normally would buy. Otherwise you end up buying items just because you have a coupon.

  19. I always look at the supermarket circular and clip coupons. Also, I make up a shopping list so I know what I need for the week and don’t buy any unnecessary items.

  20. Price comparisons.

  21. Marjorie says:

    I plan my meals based on what’s on sale and clip available coupons for sale items.

  22. Jaime Cartagena says:

    I try not to buy things unless they are on sale or I have a coupon!

  23. D'ana Heinlein says:

    Shop around – price comparison and price matching are a GREAT thing!! Wait till the end of the season and stock up for the next year – I get some great deals on coats, swimsuits, etc. when shopping at the end of the season!! I like the idea of “if you don’t have cash to pay for it, don’t buy it”, if only I could ALWAYS be disciplined in practicing that principle!!

  24. When making big purchases (like large appliances) you should always shop around before you buy and also check your paper for good used items that are only a couple years old. You can save tons of money by just doing that.

  25. Easy peazy (I didn’t think that was real word…) thought came to mind: My Dad always said, “If you don’t have the cash in the bank to pay for it, don’t buy it!” He was always talking with me about credit card debt, and how quickly people don’t realize they rack up the bills. Easy thought, I know sometimes very hard to do when you need something, especially for an emergency. Then the tip was, ALWAYS pay more then the minimum payment required. (sorry, I say that “easy peezy” all the time & my mama say’s – you’ve made up another word HL, LOL)

  26. If you don’t have the money it isn’t a good deal. No matter how good of a deal something seems, a house, a car, an outfit, no matter what the deal or coupon is, if you don’t have the money it isn’t a good deal.




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