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Free Donut Day: First Friday in June

Free Donut Day: First Friday in June

The first Friday in June is National Donuts Day. See where to get FREE donuts: Where To Get Free Donuts On June 5, aka National Donut Day, No Matter Where In The U.S. You Live 8 Ways to Get Free Donuts on Friday Read about the history of donut day.  

Free Pancakes at IHOP on National Pancake Day, March 7

Free Pancakes at IHOP on National Pancake Day, March 7

National Pancake Day is March 7th, from 7:00am to 7:00pm—with select locations offering extended hours until 10:00 pm. IHOP is going to give out a FREE short stack of buttermilk pancakes. In return for free pancakes, IHOP is asking for a simple donation to help children battling critical illnesses. They have a goal of raising $3.5Read article

Rotating Food

Rotating Food

It’s a smart idea to buy large quantities of food and other necessities when they are on sale. You can store these items and use them over several months. Eventually, you’ll have a whole room full of items that were purchased on sale— food, health and beauty aids, storage bags, cleaning supplies, and even toiletRead article

Big List of Senior Discounts

Big List of Senior Discounts

Did you know that senior discounts at many places begins at age 50? Below is our master list of senior discounts that you may want to keep on hand. Not all locations may offer a senior discount, but it never hurts to ask, “Do you offer senior discounts?” You’ll be amazed at how many placesRead article

A College Student’s Guide to Saving Money on Food

A College Student’s Guide to Saving Money on Food

For a busy college student—or anyone else who has a busy schedule–it’s difficult to eat fast, healthy, and on a budget. But here are some ideas that may help. If your budget is 15 cents and day, your only answer may be Ramen Noodles. Oatmeal is also fast, filling, and affordable. If you live onRead article

How Much Do You Spend Eating Out?

How Much Do You Spend Eating Out?

According to the National Restaurant Association, the average American household spends $2,678 eating at restaurants. That’s about $223 per month! The truth is that most of us probably eat out more often than we should. According the U.S. Commerce Department, as of March 2015, Americans now spend more at restaurants than they do at grocery stores. How toRead article

Where Kids Eat Free in the Northwest

Where Kids Eat Free in the Northwest

Thrifty NW Mom has published a list of restaurants in the Northwest that offer a Kids Eat Free (or cheap) promo. The listing shows each location by days of the week. Download your Kids Eat Free Listing here and save it to your computer and then print it out and keep it on your fridge, inRead article

3 Budget Hacks: TV, Eating, Exercising

3 Budget Hacks: TV, Eating, Exercising

Your “fixed” expenses may not be as inflexible as you think. Through “budget hacking,” people are finding extra money they can use from their fixed, recurring expenses, rather than canceling fun activities or no longer making small purchases they enjoy.” Look at all your fixed expenses about every six months to see if they are stillRead article

7-Eleven Freebie Week

7-Eleven Freebie Week

Are you aware that you can get a FREE Slurpee on 7-Eleven Day, Friday, July 11? What’s even better this year is that 7-Eleven has now created an additional 7 days of freebies: Saturday, July 12: Big Gulp Sunday, July 13: M&M’s Birthday Cake Flavor Candies Monday, July 14: Grandma’s Cookies Tuesday, July 15: Twinkies Wednesday,Read article

Coupons.com

Coupons.com

Coupons.com offers free printable coupons from top brands you love. Rather than searching through newspapers and magazines, just go to coupons.com and search for coupons from brands like General Mills, Kimberly-Clark, Johnson & Johnson, and Unilever and print your own coupons for food, beverages, personal care, household, etc. No registration or purchase required. For example, today, IRead article

25% Off Supplements at Healthy Directions

25% Off Supplements at Healthy Directions

Looking for health supplements at value prices? Healthy Directions is North America’s #2 mail order provider of nutritional supplements. For President’s Day, they offer 25% off all orders, no minimum, plus free shipping on orders over $99. Just use the promotional code PRES1 when you check out. They always have a deal of the dayRead article

Buying Food Staples in Bulk

Buying Food Staples in Bulk

Food staples, such as wheat, rice, and beans can be purchased in bulk for a very reasonable price and can be rotated into your food storage at home. If you buy wheat, be sure you have a way to grind it into flour. If you buy flour, put it in the freezer for 48 hoursRead article

Save Money on Coffee

Save Money on Coffee

Have a coffee fix? If you are one of millions of people ducking into the corner coffee house every morning for your daily cup of Joe, consider how much you are spending. Try this “Stop Buying Expensive Coffee and Save Money” calculator. Here’s an example: Your daily latte or mocha will likely run between $2.50Read article

$25 Food for $10 at Restaurants.com

$25 Food for $10 at Restaurants.com

Here’s a great deal for eating out: at Restaurant.com, you can get a $25 gift certificate for only $10 and it’s good at over 18,000 restaurants nationwide. You can find restaurants close to you and see detailed information about each restaurant, including menus, wine lists, photos, and the average price per meal. Each restaurant hasRead article