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A few posts worth reading

Just a few links of interest I found the last few days:

::Would you like to test products for free? Well go visit Dealicious Mom here because she put together an incredible round-up of links to places which offer free product testing opportunities.

::Speaking of free, did you know that you can email companies whose products you use and they'll often send you high-value coupons or even coupons for free products? Nicole's Nickels has the scoop on how to successfully do this.

::I never would have thought of turning a used milk jug into a sandwich box, but I'm very inspired to do it after reading this post.

::Did you know you can list five items for free on eBay every 30 days? I sure didn't. Read more details here.

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5 Comments

  • Rae says:

    Yes I saw that milk jug sandwhich box in Family Fun and thought it was very neat also. In fact, I read the mag today and already have my jug set aside to try out tomorrow (well with my procrastination skills it probably won’t be until next week LOL).

  • Marie says:

    The only bad thing about the List 5 free every 30 days is that they charge you a higher final value fee if your item sells.

  • tina b says:

    Thanks so much for these links! They were really worth the time! I love the lunch container ideas and the product samples links. YAY! 🙂

  • Cindy says:

    I just loved the milk jug idea! Thanks for alerting us.

  • Sherri says:

    Actually, for the eBay thing, the final value fee is the same either way- 8.75%. And with the special offer the maximum fee appears to be $20, so if you have something expensive to sell this would be a great deal.

    “The $0.00 Insertion Fee listings will have a Final Value Fee per listing of 8.75% or $20, whichever is lower ”

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