Saturday, February 28, 2015

Saving Money At Dollar General

We live in small town USA and our only local store is Dollar General.  I am so thankful to have this store in our town and we shop there several times each week.  My favorite day to shop at Dollar General is on Saturdays and I want to share a great way to save money when you shop there.

Dollar General has digital coupons that  you can get off of their website and load them to your account. Then when you pay at the cash register you enter your phone number that is connected to your account on the credit card machine BEFORE the cashier hits total. It is really easy to use.  If you combine these coupons with shopping on a Saturday and getting the $5 off of $25 coupon you can save approximately 50% off of your bill easily.

My big money savers today were:
$2 off always discreet pads: reg $4 and the 5/25 took off another .50 = $1.50
$1 off herbal essence bod wash reg $2.25 and the 5/25 took off .28 = .97
$3 off Loreal total repair shampoo reg $4 and the 5/25 took off .50 = .50
$1 off Simply Olay body wash reg $2.25 and the 5/25 took off .25 = $1
$2 off Speed Stick gear deodorant reg $2.95 and the 5/25 took off .45 = .50

They have food, household, personal care, paper product and more types of coupons.  It's free to set up your account. No coupons to print or clip and it's easy to use.  Just write down the coupons that you add to your account, take your calculator to the store and make sure you meet your $25 before tax in items.  At the register, enter your phone number in the keypad and watch the savings add up. 

I like to make multiple orders and that's why I make sure to meet my $25 and not go over by much.  I also use 2 accounts to add coupons too.  Just make your list.  Even if you don't want to use the digital coupons, you can still use the $5/$25 and save 20% of your bill. 

Disclosure:  This is not a sponsored post.  I simply want to share my ways of savings with my readers.  All opinions are my own.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

New Year Resolutions

Happy New Year to all of my friends, family, and readers!  I hope that 2014 was good to everyone and I wish that 2015 will bring you even better things too!

If you are like me, you have probably thought about making changes for 2015.  One of the things that I hope to do is to lose weight and to become more healthy and I am looking for products to help me do this.  One of the things that I have tried recently is Shake The Crave.  This is a powdered drink mix product that comes in either vanilla or chocolate and it is made to help you with your lifestyle changes.  If you are interested in learning more about Shake the Crave you may read more about it here.  If you would like to request a free sample of their product you will receive 1 vanilla and 1 chocolate for a $4.95 shipping and handling fee.

I am still on my journey and I hope to try more products and share them with you as well.  If you have any tips, I would love for you to leave me a comment as to what works for you!   

Disclosure:  I have received a FREE sample product of Shake The Crave so that I may try their product and share it with my readers.  All opinions are my own. 

Monday, November 24, 2014

Snuggle Community: Snuggly Dreams Exhilarations Mission

I am a member of the Snuggle Bear Den Community and being a member has perks!  We are often offered FREE products to try so that we may base an opinion on them and share them with others.

This time I am on the Snuggly Dreams Exhilarations Mission with the Snuggle Community!  We are getting to try the White Lavender & Sandalwood Exhilarations Fabric Softener for FREE.  I love this new fabric softener.  It is easy to use and it smells great!  The relaxing scents of Snuggle’s fresh lavender, soft sandalwood, vanilla and musk are great for bedding and sleep clothes.  The nice scent is comforting and seems to put me at ease before sleep.

Disclosure:  I am a member of the Snuggle Bear Den Community and I have been given a FREE product to try so that I may complete an honest review of their product.  All opinions are my own.