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Did You Discover GROUPON Yet?

Feb-16-2011 By Frugal 101

If you haven’t, it is about time you do.

Groupon is a one-deal-a-day sort of website which offers great deals (50-90%off) in your area and online.  My latest score was a $20 Barnes&Noble gift card for $10.

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1SaleaDay has a great deal on Barnes&Noble Nook today.

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Amazon is having a great sale on some Earth’s Best baby food. Use Subscribe and Save to get Free shipping and extra discount (15% off). You can unsubscribe any time after your order is shipped. The links are below:

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And the winner is….. number 3! Congratulations CHERYL F! You will be getting an email from me shortly.

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It is refurbished, but it has 1 year warranty and 30 day return policy:

Here is the link:KINDLE

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Bearpaws is a high quality brand  very similar to Emu and Uggs. Hurry before it is too late. They are going FAST!!! Most of the boots are sold out, but they still have some slippers and sandals left.

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Step-by-Step Guide to Finding the Cheapest Deals on the Web Part 1

In my previous post I wrote about my favorite place to find the cheapest deals online – SlickDeals, a community for bargain hunters, and I told you about a magic word “COUPONS”, which power should not be underestimated. Today I’ll talk about cashback sites and credit cards. Read the rest of this entry »

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If you ever thought about selling on eBay, but didn’t know how to start, here is a great book for you written by Suzanne Arant-Wells. I read the book and I can assure you that it is full of of valuable information. Technically, the book was written for stay-at-home moms, but it can be used by anyone.

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Where to Find Bargain Flights

Nov-13-2009 By Frugal 101
An aerial view of LaGuardia Airport

One of the biggest obstacles for people who want to travel is the astronomical cost of airfare. Many people don’t know where to find bargain flights, so they either choose driving (even if it means driving for 11 hours straight) or staying at home. Sometimes driving is not possible (as in our case when we travel overseas to see my family) and staying home is not always the best option. Thankfully, there are many places which offer cheap bargain flights. My favorite one is Priceline.
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Despite of my deep love and devotion to online shopping, I love hunting for designer shoes on sale at actual stores. I like to try shoes on and touch them, to see if the leather is soft enough and to make sure they fit comfortably.

However, I don’t always have a babysitter, and trying to choose shoes while my kids are running around the store and pulling things off the shelves, is far from relaxing. Read the rest of this entry »