TODAY.com is once again offering up a few deeply discounted products… perfect for Father’s Day! Just head on over to the “Jill’s Steals and Deals page” and start scrolling down to see all the offers available. Keep in mind that due to an overwhelming response, some of these products’ sites may experience technical difficulties from all the traffic they’re receiving.
Target has a new coupon on their site for $1.00 off Up & Up Pain Relief. You can use this to get cheap acetaminophen infant drops!
Up & Up Infant Drops $2.14
Use $1.00 off Up & Up Pain Relief
Final Price: $1.14
They also have the adult ibuprofen 24 ct priced at $.99 – FREE with coupon!
Go here to score a FREE Shout Color Catcher Sample!
Fair warning this week. My hubby is traveling so we are having kid choice this week for dinner. I’ll post as so, if you want a more grown-up option, I’ll provide some or just pick your favorites from weeks past!
This is just too much for me. I love my couponing, but this IS extreme!
Many of you have asked about how to find coupons without paying for them! Well, finding coupons at your Recycling Center is one of our favorites! Watch our video to learn how!
- Find the best day of the week to look for coupons.
- This may vary by the area or drop-off schedules if your city sponsors home recycling pick-up.
- Tools of the Trade
- Gloves that have good gripping (e.g. kitchen/ dish washing gloves)
- If you do not wear gloves, make sure to bring some Clorox or Lysol hand wipes (Lucky for you, you got the free with all those coupons you found!)
- Other good items include a stepping stool, a Pik Stick or EZ Reacher, and a bag or small bin to hold your inserts. High heels are optional
- Make sure to sort through each pile just in case the inserts are hiding between pages.
- Check the dates on the spine of the inserts to make sure you’re getting current ones.
- It’s best to supplement your newspaper subscriptions with recycling diving, then you can count on having a steady number. If you only get coupons through recycling, you will have different numbers every week.
- Don’t rummage through a dumpster that reads “Private Property, Keep Out!” The best places are public dumpsters or community recycling centers. You can find local centers online here and here.
- Remember to donate your extra Sunday newspapers (after you get out the inserts) to your local recycling center, school classrooms, or pet shelters (for kennel liners).