Friday, February 4, 2011

New GTG Points

New Pampers Gifts to Grow Points
XK6JT33PRDRAK6W - 10 pts
pampers4momjfm1 - 10 pts

If you haven't added any in a while,  here's a post with more.

Free Gardening Kit from Annie's

Annie's Homegrown in offering a free gardening kit for your little one with 2 proofs of purchase.  Head here to get yours!

How I Scored the Good Stuff

So, if you read my previous post, you're probably wondering how I got peanut butter for free and diapers for super cheap on amazon.  Here's how it happened.

For the free peanut butter, I took advantage of this deal for a 6-pack of Skippy peanut butter for only about $8.  I've been trading in Swagbucks for months now for over $120 in Amazon gift cards, so I just used some of the gift cards I had leftover after purchasing Christmas gifts to get the peanut butter.  What does that mean?  Six free jars of peanut butter.

For the diapers, I used my amazon mom membership, subscribe and save, and a coupon from Parenting Magazine to get 120 Pampers Sensitive Swaddlers NB for only $10.  It was only $10 because of a deal purchased from Living Social which featured a $20 amazon giftcard for only $10. 

I plan to implement the same deals to get wipes and the Diaper Genie II refills we also need for Baby #2!!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Free and Cheap on Amazon

Free Skippy peanut butter,  super cheap diapers, and free wipes and cheap Diaper Genie II refills to come.  All from amazon using the deals I posted on The Frugalista Find.  Stay tuned for details!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

6 pack of PB $8

To get your $8 Skippy Peanut Butter, Creamy, 16.3-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6), here's what you do. 
You should be an Amazon Mom or Amazon Prime member to get free shipping.  Here's the info about signing up: Amazon Mom.

Go to the product page by wither following the link above or doing a search on
Select a "subscribe and save" option which will take your price down to 9.69. 

Use the coupon code UNILVR77 to get the price down to $7.98.

Skippy Peanut Butter, Creamy, 16.3-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6)

Free Hearos Earplugs

Hearos is offering a free set of earplugs.  There are 3 options, including my faves, Sleep Pretty in Pink. 

Free Cup of Yoplait

Head here to get a coupon sent to you for a free cup of Yoplait.  Apparently, if you're in New Jersey, they can't send a coupon for that, but will send an alternate coupon. 

Monday, January 31, 2011

Eversave and Truffles :o)

Another group savings site is offering a great chocolate deal today.  Join Eversave and get $30 worth of truffles for only $10!!  That's over a 66% savings.  Plus, sign up TODAY and get a $5 credit to your account.

McD's Extra Value Club

If the free oatmeal coupon is any indication of the kinds of offers we'll be getting from McDonald's Extra Value Club, I'd say it's worth signing up.  If you live in the Tri State Area, you can hop on the bandwagon here:  I'm lovin' it.  Yes, I went there.

Chocolate Lovers Groupon Heaven

Central Jersey Chocolate Lovers, we have died and gone to groupon heaven.  You'll have to see for yourself, but the picture should give you a bit of a clue.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Chocolate Chex

This is almost so irrelevant that I shouldn't post it, but I am.  One of my most favorite things is eating a bowl of cereal at night.  Usually I get said cereal for free-$.99 a box using sale+coupon.  In the last couple of weeks, I was able to get 4 boxes of Chocolate Chex for somewhere in that range.  Not only has this cereal quenched my cereal craving, but my chocolate craving, as well!  It is awesome. 

So if you're not able to find it in your area, but you are jonesing for some, I've found it for you for just $2.49 a box with free shipping, which is less than the regular price in my grocery store.  This is for emergency chocolate cravings only, and I do not condone paying more than $1.75 for a box of cereal... unless it is Chocolate Chex.

A Frugalista's Thoughts On: Getting Ready for Baby #2

We're getting ready for Baby #2.  We already have one girl, who is almost 3, and we're expecting another girl in May.  So I've been brainstorming the last few weeks trying to think of things that I need to get for this one that I don't already have from Baby #1.  By the way, I'm a BIG FAN of borrowing/lending baby equipment.  Our bouncy seat is on it's 3rd baby and will make it's way back to our house when needed.  If you're willing to borrow/lend out baby equipment it won't be taking up precious storage space while someone else can be using it.

It's always good to make lists to help you organize your thoughts and keep track of what you already have.  That way, you don't spend money on unnecessary things or have to run out last minute to get things you need.  Girl Scout motto?  Be prepared!

Here's a list of the things I already have or know I can borrow.

What I have:
1. Bedding/Blankets
2. Crib
3. Changing Table/Cover
4. Clothes
5. Pack N Play (for baby downstairs)
6. Bassinet (still need to borrow) for baby in our room
7. Bouncy Seat
8. Swing (still need to borrow)
9. Bath tub
10. Diaper Genie II
11. Wipes
12. Some diapers
13. Boppy
14. Bottles
15. Carseat
16. Stroller

Still Need
1. Some diapers
2. Diaper Genie II refills
3. Nursing cover (mine went MIA, but I'm sure I can borrow one if I ask around)
4. Burp Cloths (I get plain white ones and personalize them on my embroidery machine)
5. Baby Wash/Lotion
6. Milk Storage Bags
7. Nursing Pads
8. Vitamins (for nursing baby)
9. Pacifiers

Wants - waaaay down on the list and would only be borrowed
1. Sit and Stand stroller

I'll add to the list if I think of anything else. What do I plan to do about this list of things I need?  More on that soon!!

Coupon for Free Veggie Patch item

Go here for a printable coupon for a free Veggie Patch item!

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