Friday, March 20, 2009

More Coupons to Giveaway! 3-20-09

Here's another 200 coupons to giveaway!
Would you like 200 coupons t0 add to your collection? This giveaway ends 3/31
Do one or more of the following to earn entries:
1. One entry for leaving a comment telling me you are a subscriber.
2. One entry for leaving a comment letting me know you are a follower.
3. One entry for tweeting about this giveaway, leave a comment with the link.
4. One entry for blogging about this giveaway, leave a comment with the link.
5. One entry for answering the following question:
What is your best piece of advice for a couple planning to get married that wants to survive on
one income.
Please leave a contact email on at least one of your comments. Thanks!

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Vision Forum Sales For Every Budget
The Spring Sale is over, but there's a new one already! They have several exciting new books and videos to help families make the most of their resources during a tough economy.

This sale features a variety of choices to fit any budget, so be sure to look them over carefully and decide what works best for you. The sale runs from Friday, March 20 to Wednesday, March 25 so start telling others!

Offer #1: Homestead Blessings Video Series - $45 for the set (25% off)
In this professionally-produced, 3-DVD set, you will learn how to bake bread, make soap, and create beautiful homemade candles. Each skill offers a great way to save money and create uniquely personal gifts while working together as a family.

Offer #2: Frugal Homestead Ideas Collection - $30 for the set (17% off)

The Backyard Homestead: Have you ever wanted to transform your backyard into your familys personal grocery store? Learn how now!
Just in Case: Everything you need to know about how to survive when public services fail is covered in this essential guide to family preparedness.

Offer #3: Save even more if you buy all 3 DVDs and 2 books for just $68.

Bonus Offer:
Purchase the entire collection above and SAVE 68% on The Entrepreneurial Bootcamp DVD Collection. Get the entire package for just $99!
Prepare for self-employment in an uncertain economy, and learn how to biblically escape the rat race and work with your family in The Entrepreneurial Bootcamp DVD collection.

Have a good weekend!
April
Thank you to Sweeties Sweeps for listing my blog giveaway.

77 comments:

  1. oh my go small live in a small apt.,get a small car ect you can always upgrade

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  2. always love your coupon giveaways!!

    I follow you

    if you can come link tomorrow. i'm starting my first giveaway linky. "sign up Saturday"

    http://dailyessentialsanddeals.blogspot.com/

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  3. I hope I'm commenting in the right place for the coupon giveaway. I subscribe throught email. Teresa. TRigell at aol dot com

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  4. just tweeted for you!

    gotta go to bed, may do more entries tomorrow afternoon!
    have a great weekend

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  5. I left a comment that I subscribe by email, but I think I left it on the wrong post. So, I hope this is the right place to say...I Subscribe!.
    TRigell at aol dot com

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  6. My advice is don't live beyond your means. Don't eat out all the time, and don't buy things you don't need. TRigell @ aol dot com

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  7. I am happy to follow.
    TRigell at aol dot com

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  8. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/TTRigell

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  9. I blogged about this at http://slowingdownabit.blogspot.com/2009/03/saturday-night-giveaways.html
    TRigell at aol dot com

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  10. I'm subscribed via Google Reader

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  11. Of course use coupons. Follow the blogs to find the deals. Save your change. Conserve electricity and gasoline. Keep short and long term financial goals. Communicate, communicate, communicate.

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  12. What is your best piece of advice for a couple planning to get married that wants to survive on
    one income? To sit down and discuss the matter and not just leave it up to one person!

    garlandofroses@gmail.com

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  13. Subscriber.

    garlandofroses@gmail.com

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  14. my one piece of advice is to live on less and put away as much as possible thanks for the giveaway

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  15. I'd love to take these off your hands! I follow your blog

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  16. I tweeted http://twitter.com/hondaray6/status/1367776740

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  17. My best advice is that they subscribe to Once Upon a Qpon! You are a great source of info to save money! Thanks!

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  18. I subscribe, thanks! jfkidder(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. My best advice for new couples on one income, don't eat out very often and plan your meals you make at home based on whats on sale & use coupons with the items that are on sale whenever possible. jfkidder(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. My advise is always use coupons and combine with sales. Cook at home instead of eating out. Conserve electricity, gas and water to keep bills lower. Don't use credit cards. Live simply and keep in mind that if one stays home that saves on a second car, gas, upkeep, work appropriate clothes, childcare etc. So that savings combined with one staying home having time to budget and shop carefully makes it easier to live on one income.

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  21. I'm also now following!

    g.loves520 at gmail dot com

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  22. My best advice for new couples would be to plan your meals for the week and stick to it! It's the best way to avoid eating out.

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  23. Follower!

    elissa at huebert dot org

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  24. My advice would be to list all expenditures, and figure out costs you can eliminate. And, if you do have two incomes, practice living on one.

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  25. I follow. P.S. I'm having a giveaway over on my blog if you want to check it out!

    http://onedayonedollaratatime.blogspot.com/2009/03/natures-source-review-and-giveaway.html

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  26. I subscribe!

    mdlangmead@comcast.net

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  27. My best advice is to use coupons, don't use credit cards, and try to eat at home! And also start a savings account and only use in emergency situations. That's what we do!!

    mdlangmead@comcast.net

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  28. My advice is to eat at home. I spend too much mney when I eat out.

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  29. My best advice is establish a budget and stick to it! Avoid consumer debt and use a menu to plan meals for your family...it helps your budget and makes it easy for you when it's time to decide what to make for dinner!
    karie.dean@gmail.com

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  30. My advice is to find free or cheap entertainment for date nights, instead of the meal and movies. We loved playing tennis, nights at other newlywed friends'houses, and $1 movies:)

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  31. That couple you are asking about... that's me! I recently got married and now we are living on my husband's income. A few things we did: get a reward credit card and buy the store brand whenever possible. Thanks for the giveaway! --Michelle, blogattoday [~@at) gmaildotcom

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  32. I am a new follower...thanks
    barter.babe AT yahoo DOT com

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  33. I tweeted about this giveaway here: http://twitter.com/sweepstakesgirl/status/1379327322. --Michelle, blogattoday [~@at) gmaildotcom

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  34. I am a subscriber via email.

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  35. I just got married a few months ago, and we're living on one income, so I've got lots of ideas. Here's just a few:

    -- Avoid using Blockbuster or other movie rental places. Your local library is completely free unless you get fines (advice #2-- don't get library fines!). If you live in or near a major city, get a card for that city's system because you can do interlibrary loan between branches for more options.

    --Eat vegetarian meals at least twice a week. Invest a few hours in studying nutrition and learning how to make these meals balanced and filling.

    --Find free, fun things to do-- picnics, parks, reading aloud, kite-flying, and board game nights are some of our favorites.

    --Most importantly-- focus on your happiness and contentment together, not on all the things you can't have.

    thing-one@sbcglobal.net

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  36. I am a subscriber

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  37. My advice is to use coupons! Also learn how to do the CVS, Walgreens, and/or Rite-Aid games. You also should subscribe to a few frugal blogs like yours, of course.

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  38. Advice for newly married and one income: Plan your budget together and be accountable to each other. Everyone (including your own parents) will have advice as to how they would or would not do something or how they would spend that money or eat out XXX number of times. You have to decide for yourselves what you will do and stick with the decision. Once married, I believe you are accountable to each other and not parents. You can still listen to their advice or counsel, but the ultimate decision is up to you.

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  39. This late in the game (40's) I am getting into couponing. So extra to add to my stash would be great!

    donnamj1@bellsouth.net

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  40. I tweeted your giveaway! (My Twitter name is @ThriftyJinxy)

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  41. I have a link to your giveaway in my Contest Corner (if that counts!) http://thriftyjinxy.blogspot.com/2009/03/contest-corner-for-march-23rd-list-your.html

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  42. I'm a follower!

    shawna at couponladyonline dot com

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  43. I tweeted, too!

    http://twitter.com/couponldyonline/status/1392496573

    shawna at couponladyonline dot com

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  44. If a couple is planning on living on one income, I suggest making a budget and sticking to it! Do whatever you need to do to keep track of it. Use only cash. Track your spending using software. Whatever you have to do, just make sure you know where your money is supposed to be going and make sure it ends up there.

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  45. I've got a link to your giveaway:
    http://www.couponladyonline.com/2009/03/gazillions-of-giveaways.html

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  46. I just became a subscriber.

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  47. Can't wait to start following you.

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  48. My advice: budget and look for free activities in your community so you dont have to spend a small fortune on entertainment.

    jdmimi at gmail dot com

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  49. What is your best piece of advice for a couple planning to get married that wants to survive on
    one income. Cook at home.Get used to leftovers.Clip coupons.Plan the weeks meal.Make a shopping list.

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  50. I'd say to always discuss then sleep on large purchases. Often you find you don't really need it.

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  51. My advice is to "practice" living on one budget, while both are still employed. Take the income that will not be available later and put it into savings. This will help you see if you really can live on one income and you will have more in savings in the end.

    ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  52. My advice for newly weds or about to live together...
    Do not try to 'keep up with the Jones/family member/friends" You do not have to get it all NOW! that is what will bury you in debt quickly. there is nothing wrong with clean, quality 2nd hand or hand me downs, be it clothing, furniture or housewares... Try to save some $$ at least 2 times a month, and put it in a savings account. Try to pay with cash, not credit. It takes time, but you will be happier if you are not fighting about money.

    thanks for the chance at teh coupons. I found your link at Sweeties!

    Faythe
    fmanstedt (at) gmail (dot) com

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  53. I follow you

    I'm currently in a one income household, and while I don't have a job, I use my time at home to find the best deals to save money, so that one income goes as far as it can!

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  54. Hey there! I'm a new follower! Found you through Sweeties.

    ellesjunkmail(at)gmail(dot)com

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  55. Brand new follower here! Found you through Sweeties!

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  56. I tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/MaddyRu/statuses/1425468262

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  57. I have saved so much money through meal-planning and shopping with a list. I look forward to Tuesdays, when I get the circular in the mail!

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  58. i am a subscriber. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  59. Best advice would be to not really do it, but if you must learn to clip coupons, utilize the sales, be frugal and keep up with expenses.

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  60. I am a subscriber

    Christie

    dctm at bellsouth dot net

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