Oct 24 2007

Updated: Passing on some savings to ya

I have several deals I’d like you to know about.

Edit: [There used to be a coupon for a free bag of candy from Kmart in this spot. However, a reader has told me that Kmart is not accepting it. Whoops! Sorry for passing on a bad coupon. Thanks, reader, for letting me know!]

But don’t spoil your dinner…

If you’d like to go out to eat in the near future, why not check out deals on Restaurant.com to see if any appeal to you? If you do, save 70 percent by entering coupon code “Treats” and you’ll pay $3 for a $25 gift certificate. I used a Restaurant.com certificate last week. It printed just fine and was happily accepted.

If you’d like to save restaurants for special occasions, rather than eating out several times per day/week, then you need to be a good grocery shopper. For a comprehensive guide on how to save a ton at the grocery, order Crystal’s eBook, “Supermarket Savings 101.” Crystal pays $35 per week for groceries AND household items–and she does it for a family of four (two adults and two babies).

Today and tomorrow, she’s offering it for 50 percent off. You’ll pay $8.97, plus she’s throwing in six other eBooks: Thriving on One Income, Momma’s Guide to Growing your Groceries, Simply Centsible Breakfasts, Simply Centsible Suppers, Meal Planning Made Easy, and The Bread by Hand eBook.

What a deal! I’m definitely going to order this as soon as I finish this post. If you’d like to help support me and my blog, won’t you order from this link? Full disclosure: I will earn money if you choose to buy the book from the affiliate link. But, you wanted the books anyway, right? So help a gal out :)

UPDATE: Ok, I’ve checked out Supermarket Savings 101 and the six free eBooks. This is absolutely a great deal! I’m still very new at the $35/week grocery plan, and I learned a few things in the book. Some topics covered are similar to ones you’ll find in Money Saving Mom, but the eBook has more detail.

Also, the free eBooks are great. Sure, I like that they were included in the bargain, but each book is valuable. I’ve only had time to skim through, but I know that I made a good decision in buying this package. And I’m not just saying that because I want you to buy it, too! :)



3 Responses to “Updated: Passing on some savings to ya”

  1. Kacie, I was just about to post the Kmart coupon but you beat me to it. I love free stuff and they seem to taste better than the exact same thing that I paid for.

  2. I tried to use the kmart q today and i was told by the kmart cust. svc. that kmart corporate office sent out a memo to all stores that they were not to accept this q. needless to say, i walked out of kmart without candy!

  3. Love your site!
    I have visted a few times after finding you off Frugal Hacks. :-)
    I LOVE finding deals and pinching pennys as some call it. :-)
    Keep up the good work!
    Nichole
    :-D

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