AMC theaters are offering $1 movies for children on Wednesdays this Summer. Click for more details. (Thanks, !)
Sign up for the Home Depot Garden club here and receive bi-weekly coupons and offers from Home Depot.
Click to get a $5/$25 coupon at True Value Hardware stores. (Thanks, !)
For those of you who normally search through Google or Ask.com, you can now search both through SwagBucks and earn points for searching. These points can be redeemed for a variety of different prizes including gift cards and larger-ticket items.
I couldn’t find the rebate
tear offs for the Listerine Smart Rinse (free after ECBs at CVS this month) so I called Johnson and Johnson at their
customer service number (1-888-222-0182) and asked them to mail me a rebate
form. The said they could do better than that–they asked for my name
and address and said I’d have my rebate check for $3.89 in 7-10 days!!
Thought I’d pass this along.
Here’s a great idea from Beth in Columbus, OH:
I wanted to let you know about something my husband and I do with
rebate money: Once we receive a rebate check, big or small, we put
it into an account for our two-year-old son. When the account hits a
certain amount, we send that money to his college fund.
Because I’ve already paid for the purchases, I’m not really missing the
money. Even if it’s a big purchase, by the time the rebate arrives,
I’ve forgotten all about it and managed to budget without the money
from the rebate.
Another family we know puts the $ amount of their coupon savings from
the grocery store into a similar account. For example, I used $18.50
of manufacturer’s coupons last week to "save" us money so therefore we
would add $18.50 to my son’s account.
For those of you who send in for rebates regularly, what do you do with your rebate money? Put it in a special account? Use it for groceries? Fund your CVS purchases? Comment and tell us about it!
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