Saturday, March 26, 2011

$10 off $25 purchase -- JCPenney Coupon

 Click HERE for the Coupon

Limit one coupon per customer, surrender at time of purchase.

Today is the last day to use this!

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

High Quality Sheets for CHEAP!

Alright, I know I posted about sheets before. I got some for $20 at a store in the AZ Mills Mall. Well, yeah, I am already IN NEED of new ones because those are SO cheaply made. So I searched for "High Quality Sheet Sets" on Google and THIS is what I found! I just ordered 2 Sets of 1500 Thread Count Cal. King Sheets and paid $96. That is, each one was $37 with a coupon code they give you on the home page if you buy 2, then shipping added $21. I know that sounds like A LOT but I am hoping it will be worth it! I will let you know when they come.

Before I ordered, I decided I would check out some other websites with sheets and for ONE SET it would be more than what I paid for 2!

I am so excited to SLEEP in Luxury!!

Friday, March 4, 2011

Bountiful Baskets -- Have you tried it yet?!

I've posted about this before but just wanted to send out a reminder to all those who may be stressed out about the HIGH produce prices in grocery stores lately. I about died when I went to the store and checked out the produce prices the other day. Sure, if you catch a sale then you're good... and maybe if you shop around to lots of stores you can swap in a little of everything from all around town. However, lately (with three kiddos in tow) this hasn't been happening. I am lucky to make one shopping trip a week to Fry's using my coupons (and even then I could be doing much better!)

I've also heard good things about farmer's markets. I know there is one here in CG Tuesdays and Saturdays... but neither of those days are good for me... and once again 3 kiddos under 2 in tow... I get tired just thinking about that! So here is my solution: BOUNTIFUL BASKETS. It's a co-op. You have to order by Tuesday evening to get a basket on Saturday. You don't get to pick what goes into the basket, but I am telling you it is well worth the $15. I would say you easily get twice the value. Plus they have good deals on cases of veggies/fruits when they are in season which is good if you're into canning/freezing.

So tomorrow morning I will happily pick up my basket & enjoy the delicious (mostly local) fruits & veggies over the next week or so!

Not in Arizona? Bountiful Baskets has lots and lots of locations in the western states. Check it out!

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