Zaycon Fresh – Boneless Skinless Chicken ALA $1.39 a Pound!


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  ***Don't miss a HOT deal or coupon. Make sure you've "Followed" our Facebook Page, The Coupon Wizards, and check it often! Also make sure to join our NEWEST Facebook Groups, Red Hot Online Dealz & Couponing at Target, Publix, CVS & More!***   Zaycon Fresh Chicken Event Zaycon Fresh is offering a coupon code, through 5/11/18, for fresh chicken breast as low as $1.39 a pound! How it's working is, order 1 case, use coupon code ONECASE at checkout to drop the price to … [Read more...]

Ibotta Bonus – $30 for 3 Friends


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  ***Don't miss a HOT deal or coupon. Make sure you've "Followed" our Facebook Page, The Coupon Wizards, and check it often! Also make sure to join our NEWEST Facebook Groups, Red Hot Online Dealz & Couponing at Target, Publix, CVS & More!***   New Ibotta Bonus If you’ve been on the fence about adding Ibotta to your cash back repertoire, it’s time to take advantage of this great app! For a limited time, for every three friends that sign up under you, and redeem their … [Read more...]

School Supply Stock Up Prices for 2015


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Shopping for School Supplies can be a huge expense. All the new clothes, and it seems every year, the list of supplies get longer, and more expensive. Take a look at the School Supply Stock up Price List we have compiled for you. This is just a price point for you to get the BEST Deals. You might see an item at a lower, or even slightly higher price on sale. Even if it is a few cents higher, it might be worth it to go ahead and grab it to avoid running to several stores. Some teachers ask for … [Read more...]

Trimming the Fat Tip #1 – Know your Auto Insurance


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As many of you know, by day I am a risk management consultant and licensed commercial property and casualty insurance agent.  I have a Certified Risk Managers designation as well as a Certified Insurance Counselors designation.  That means that I know a lot of stuff that is good for me to know, but basically worthless information to the population at large!  However, I have decided to draw on some of that knowledge for at least a couple of the articles having to do with the trimming of fat in … [Read more...]

January Sales – What are the Best Items to Buy this Month?


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Best Items to Buy in January Every item has its sales cycle. There are times of the year when it’s best to buy one thing and not another. Those of us that have been couponing for a while have the food, health & beauty and paper & laundry supply cycles well in hand, but what about those big purchases? TVs, furniture, clothing, electronics, cars, bikes, gardening supplies and gas grills? There’s a time for everything and everything has it’s time. Below are the best items to buy this … [Read more...]

Target Debit Card – Get Ready for Christmas & Extra Savings!


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Target Debit Card Sign-up Do you have a Target Debit Card? As you know, we here at the Coupon Wizards do not advocate using credit cards, but a debit card is a whole different animal. There are no interest fees, it can't damage your credit (unless you overdraw your bank account, but you don't do that. Right?) and you don't end up with a huge bill to pay if you don't pay it off straight away. With the Target Debit Card, you'll get all the same benefits as the Target credit card, or REDcard … [Read more...]

Homemade Febreze For Pennies


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Homemade Febreze For Pennies I love Febreze, but I hate the high cost of it! With all of the HOT deals we have all been getting on Downy Unstopables and Purex Crystals lately, this was the perfect time to make it for myself! I had a couple of people tell me about using the Unstopables and Crystals to do this, and I had to try it. I made it yesterday, and tested it out. I sprayed the furniture, curtains, and mattresses when I washed all of the sheets yesterday. It works GREAT! I will never … [Read more...]

Refill Your Lysol No Touch Hand Soap Dispensers For Pennies!


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Refill Your Lysol No Touch Hand Soap Dispensers For Pennies! My absolute favorite bathroom and kitchen accessories are my Lysol No touch Hand Soap Dispensers! I was so happy about a year ago, when we had some high value coupons and I scored them really cheap. Well, after a few weeks, I saw the refills were close to $4!! No way was I spending that much on a soap refill!!! It hit me, I can get hand soap for free or cheap all the time. Problem solved! Here is how to refill your Lysol No Touch Hand … [Read more...]

Back To School Sales Tax Holiday 2014 Schedule


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Back To School Sales Tax Holiday 2014 Schedule Get ready, it’s coming back for many states, starting as early as July 25 for Mississippi. The tax free holiday, that is. I love this “holiday” and I don’t even have kids. It’s a great time to stock up on office supplies for my business, not to mention fulfilling any clothing needs my husband and I have. Each state has different requirements so you’ll have to check yours. As a convenience, I’ve linked each state to any information I found … [Read more...]

Electric Bills And The Power You Have To Control Them


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Electric Bills And The Power You Have To Control Them We all know that summer time is the time of year we dread opening our electric bills. I know it might not feel like it right now in parts of the country, but summer is right around the corner! When I moved to the south along the Gulf Coast 6 years ago, I learned to become very electric bill savvy. Meaning I looked for every way I could to lower that bill in the summer! The first thing I would suggest is to call your electric company and … [Read more...]

Money Doesn’t Have Emotions, People Do


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We get mad when someone cuts us off in traffic. We despise having to be put on hold when all we have is a simple customer service question. We don't like being inconvenienced by having to wait in long lines. Our heart skips a beat when we finally find the love of our lives. We have anxiety when we are waiting on the results of medical testing. We have pride when our children accomplish things we only dreamed of. Let's face it, people are emotional. Money, on the other hand, is not. If you think … [Read more...]

How to Get Yourself Out Of Debt


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Get yourself out of debt, you really can do it! Like so many other people our debt was in control of our lives.  We were using the next paycheck to pay our current bills. How I managed it for so long is beyond me.  Three years ago we started the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace program, I am not a spokesperson for his company, it's simply the program we chose to use and we are so grateful we did. I used the audio CD and listened to it over and over again. We followed the program pretty closely but I … [Read more...]

Is the 52 Week Money Saving Challenge Really a Good Idea?


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I am sure by now that most of you have seen all of the frugal bloggers posting their 52 week money saving challenge posts.  After all, it's the first of the year.  Most of us have set the goals we will attempt to achieve in 2014 and are going great guns to get a good head start.  If you have followed my page for any amount of time at all, you know I don't always do what other people do.  In fact, I live by the mantra that Dave Ramsey sets forth in his books:  If being normal means being in debt, … [Read more...]

Being A Couponer Then and Now


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  Then I'm a couponer, it's on sale and I have a coupon for it!  Look out stores, here I come!  That used to be me. When I first started couponing, I mean seriously couponing, I chased every deal in town . It was not uncommon to spend 8 hours stopping at 6 drug stores and 3 grocery stores in a single day to get the best deals of the week. Somes days went nice and smooth and some days were one road block after another. Then the coupon craze really hit and things changed pretty … [Read more...]

Hit Up Those Outlet Malls For Great Savings


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Hit Up Those Outlet Malls For Great Savings One of my favorite places to hit up and shop are the outlet malls! We are lucky enough to have 2 near us.  Well, not real close, we have one to the east and one to the west, both about 45 minutes away. But, if you plan your trip right, it is worth the drive, plus, you can have a fun little "daycation"! My husband is hard on jeans! When I say hard on them, I mean it! He can ruin a pair of jeans to the point of needing to trash them in 6-8 months. It … [Read more...]

Are You In Debt? This Is My Personal Story


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I normally don't share personal details unless you are an intimate friend.  I'm sharing with you because you can do this. I know you can because we are!  Month after month I had to use the next paycheck to pay for the current bills. We lived like so many others do. We see it, we want it, we charge it. Sound familiar? January 2011 We were $90,000 in debt with credit cards and loans. As of February 2012 (13 months) we should have a remaining balance of $59,144 in debt meaning we will have paid … [Read more...]

Amazon Student Members Save Up To $70 On A Kindle Fire


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Amazon Student Members Save Up To $70 On A Kindle Fire   If you are a student and an Amazon Student Prime Member, then here is a HOT deal for you! Right now, you can save up to $70 on a Kindle Fire! If you are not sure what an Amazon Student Prime Membership is, you can read about it and sign up here. Amazon Student is a special version of Amazon Prime made especially for Students. You will get your first 6 months free, and after the first 6 months, if you decide to keep your membership, … [Read more...]

Buying Quality Saves You Money


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You need or want something. Do you  go out and buy it without much thought, do you buy a less expensive option hoping it will hold up or do you plan for your purchase so you can get what you really want? I've done all 3 and still do depending on the situation. Even when I plan for a purchase I'm frugal. I wait for a good sale when I can, spending alot of money and buying quality aren't the same thing. The Problems 5 years ago I bought a 4 qt Calphalon sauce pan. The coating had started to … [Read more...]

Make Your Own Homemade Dishwasher Tabs!


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Homemade Dishwasher Tabs! Check out these homemade dishwasher tabs. This is a easy and cheap way to keep your dishes clean without breaking the bank. It doesn't take much effort to make these tabs and all ingredients can be found in your local grocery store. Ingredients: Lemon Juice Borax Washing Soda Epsom Salts Citric Acid (Can be found in the canning section) Baking Soda Vinegar Mold for tabs Put 1/2 cup each of borax, washing soda, and Epson salts into a mixing bowl. Mix dry … [Read more...]

Amazon Prime For Students FREE For 6 Months


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Amazon Prime For Students FREE For 6 Months If you are a student, now is the time to sign up for Amazon Prime for students! Not only will you get it for FREE for 6 months ($49 value), but if you decide to continue after your 6 month trial, you will only pay $49 a year instead of the normal $99! On the other side, after your 6 months is up, you can cancel and never be charged. Amazon has even added another perk to sign up and try Amazon Prime for Students! For ever friend you refer and … [Read more...]

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