Did you know you can buy prescription eye glasses for as little as $8? Don’t worry, neither did I. But check out this post from Five J’s.
For those of you on a tight budget who need to buy new glasses for someone in the family, this might very well be something worth considering.
And if any of you have ever used this company or have great ideas for saving money on prescription glasses, I’d love to hear more in the comments section.
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Sign up for a new account with York photo and get 50 free prints plus possible free shipping. More details here.
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If you have a KMart nearby and you live in California, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, or Pennsylania, you will want to run over there with your coupon box or binder as fast as your legs can carry you. Seriously.
This is unheard of, but KMart is hosting Double Coupon Days at the stores in the six states listed (check here for a complete list of all stores participating) starting today through September 8, 2008! And get this: they are doubling manufacturer’s coupons up to and including $2/1 coupons!
From what I’ve heard, they are not accepting internet printed coupons, you cannot use more than four of the same coupon in a transaction, and you cannot use more than 75 coupons in one transaction. In addition, they won’t be giving any overage. But still, it could work out to some incredible deals on so many things.
My friend, Marli, has all the details about how you can get a 2-year subscription to All You magazine for only $18! That’s $9 per year, folks, and a great price for this magazine that is jam-packed with coupons. Be sure to check it out here.
Also, Sheena emailed in with this deal:
Magazines.com has a 12-issue
subscription to All You for $19.97. If any of your readers use
Live.com’s Cashback service, they are currently offering 62.5% back for
purchases at Magazines.com, which comes out to $7.49 for a subscription
once you get the cash back.
12 issues for $7.49 is about $0.62-$0.63 per
issue, compared to $1.97 at Walmart. Granted, you have to wait to get
the cashback, but I’ve never had issues. (Live.com says that it should
show up in a week, if it hasn’t contact them–I’ve had to do that once,
and they added it right away).
One thing to watch out for is that there is an Automatic Renewal
service. You have to go in and see if that has been added to your
order, once it’s been processed.
I’m unfamiliar with Live.com’s CashBack service. Does anyone out there have experience with it–good or bad? Would you recommend doing the above deal?
Abby emailed to say she’d seen a sign at two of her Panera Bread locations in Central Florida with the following deals for Panera’s Tenth Anniversary Sale:
Sept 1-7 Purchase any sandwich or salad and receive a kids meal for 10 cents
Sept 8-14 Purchase any sandwich or salad and receive a fountain drink for 10 cents
Sept 15-21 Purchase any egg sandwich and receive a second egg sandwich for 10 cents
Sept 22-28 Purchase any hot espresso drink and receive a second hot espresso drink for 10 cents
Sept 29-Oct 5 Purchase any cookie and receive a second cookie for 10 cents
Oct 6-10 Receive a $10 gift card with and purchase of $50 or more.
I have not seen this advertised anywhere, nor can I find out any information about this anniversary celebration and the deals online. However, it’s possible it could be a nationwide deal or it could be at least good in more stores than two in Central Florida.
Has anyone else seen or heard anything about this? Let us know if your stores are also running this promotion!