Target: Playtex Sport Pads for just $0.32 each!

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If you have access to two computers to print coupons, you can get a really HOT deal on Playtex Sport pads. Here’s how:

Buy 6 Playtex Pads at $3.99
Use 3 Buy One Get One Playtex Sport coupons
Spend $11.97 + tax out of pocket, Get $10 Target Gift Card
$0.32 each after gift card!

Thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for the deal and photo!

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Glasses USA: 50% off + free shipping!

GlassesUSA sale -- 50% off + free shipping!

GlassesUSA is offering a Flash Sale and you can get 50% off the purchase of any glasses + free shipping when you use coupon code FLASH50 at checkout.

* Free shipping for orders in the US or Canada. Not eligible for glasses w/ progressive or bifocal lenses. Marked down frames are not eligible. Limit one coupon code per purchase.

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Coupons: Purex, Playtex, Purina, plus more!

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Here are some new printable coupons available today:

$1.00 off (1) Butterball Chef Selects Entree
$1.00 off 2 packages of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese
$3.00 off any TWO Purex Laundry Detergent 90oz
$1.00 off (1) Purex Baby Liquid detergent
$0.50 off any One (1) Purex Powder 22oz or larger
BOGO Free Playtex Sport Pads, Liners or Combo pk
$0.75 off any TWO (2) TEMPTATIONS™ Treats
$5.00 off one bag of Purina ONE Dry Dog Food
$5.00 off Purina Beneful Dry Dog Food

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HOT! Request a box of free samples from SampleSource!

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SampleSource is back with more samples again! Log into your account (or sign up for a new account) and take a quick survey to get your sample offers.

I was offered the following samples:

  • Breathe Right Extra® Clear Nasal Strips
  • Garnier Fructis Full & Plush
  • Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Brazilian Smooth
  • Nature’s Path Pumpkin Flax Granola
  • Nature’s Bounty® Optimal Solutions® Hair, Skin and Nails Gummies
  • Colgate Optic White Platinum Express White
  • Truvía® Natural Sweetener
  • Seventh Generation Free & Clear Wipes

Let us know what samples you get!

Thanks, Freebie Shark!

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We Paid Cash: A Delivery and One Week in the Hospital

We paid cash!A testimony from Reelika

Having a baby is always a miracle and a real blessing for entire family. But with all this excitement, huge lists of medical and delivery expenses come, as well.

I was in a hospital already three days before my son was born. I always knew I wanted to have a private family room and not to share the room with three other women and their babies — yes, this is how it is here in Northern Europe. The shared room is covered by health insurance, but the private one is not.

I never knew I’d have to stay in a hospital that long. But due to an emergency c-section it totaled up to a week and the cost of a room was calculated based on the number of days I stayed there.

The total cost of staying one week in a delivery room was almost my full monthly salary. But I paid it fully in cash!

Here is how I did it:

  • I set my mindset earlier that a new life should not start with a debt.
  • I did my homework and found out the potential expenses of a delivery room. I estimated the stay in a hospital up to five days.
  • Once I found out about my pregnancy, I created myself a weekly savings plan for the delivery room.
  • I learned to say “no” to many invitations that would have cost me too much money.
  • I prioritized and focused on things that matter the most.
  • I opened another savings account specifically for the baby and delivery costs. I had a portion of my money automatically transferred from the checking account to the savings each time I got paid.
  • I took advantage of reading many educational books about finances and business as I also majored in.
  • I made some extra income with freelance consulting.
  • I decided to increase my emergency fund. I also went through my closets and sold any clothes I didn’t need anymore.
  • I got used to the new lifestyle of living below my means.

Although I had saved a lot, the delivery room still cost more than I estimated. But since I stayed in a hospital longer due to the emergency c-section, I treated the situation as an emergency as well.

I decided to pull 15% of the delivery costs from my emergency fund and pay the remaining 85% with my savings. Just like that, my delivery and one-week stay at the hospital were paid off with cash!

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Reelika is a working mom, entrepreneur, Christian, philanthropist at heart, financial management lover, travel enthusiast, and baking fanatic. She blogs at Financially Wise On Heels about personal finance and entrepreneurship.

Have you saved up and paid cash for something — large or small? Submit your story for possible publication here.

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Target: Maybelline Great Lash Mascara for $0.66 after coupons & gift card

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There’s a great deal on Maybelline Mascara at Target this week. When you buy 3, you’ll earn a $5 Target gift card. Here’s how to pair that deal with coupons to get an even better deal:

Buy 3 tubes of Maybelline Great Lash Mascara at $3.99 each
Use 2 $2/1 off any Maybelline New York Mascara
Plus, use 1 $1/1 Maybelline New York Product @Target (MQ) printable
Spend $6.97 + tax out of pocket, Get a $5 Target Gift Card
$0.66 each after coupons and gift card

Thanks, Clip Your Cash!

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