Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1.50/1 Frontier Organic Products (spices, etc.), $1/1 Rumiano Organic Cheese, $1/1 Applegate Organic Meats, $0.55/2 dozen eggs (including organic- Facebook offer), $0.75/1 Food Should Taste Good, $1/1 Arrowhead Mills Baking Product, $1/1 Sunspire Baking Chocolate, $1.50/2 Mary’s Gone Crackers, $1/1 Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Fair Trade Honey, $1/2 WASA products, $1/1 Traditional Medicinals Nighty-Night and other teas, $0.50/1 Lundberg 2 lb Rice Varieties, $1/1 Hodgson Mill 5 lb flour. (Thanks, Organic Deals!)
Huge Markdowns on Eco-Friendly Wooden Kitchen and Play Sets: My Habit currently has a nice variety of Plan Toys large wooden play sets (play kitchens and other appliances, wooden food, etc.) marked down over 50% off with free shipping. These are genuinely good prices if you’re looking for a special children’s gift. Plus, Crystal mentioned earlier this week the “earn $25 credit for 5 referrals” deal which could be used towards these, not to mention that My Habit is owned by Amazon and you can use your Swagbucks-earned Amazon gift cards there as well.
$19 for $40 EcoMom Voucher: It’s Groupon’s turn to make these popular vouchers available. This time there are two options, $19 for a $40 EcoMom voucher, or $35 for a $75 voucher (they’re both a 53% savings). How to use it? EcoMom is currently offering new special Christmas savings every day on different items, all Seventh Generation products are 20% off, Plum Mashups are 40% off, or just get half off of any other natural toys, skincare product, organic baby food, etc. Shipping is free at $50.
Celestial Seasonings Wellness Tea As Low As $1 Each: At Whole Foods Market, you can stack a $0.75/1 Celestial Seasonings Wellness Tea coupon with a $0.75/1 Whole Foods Printable. Depending on the store, these teas may be on sale for as little as $2.50, making them $1 each with coupons. Note that this is their Wellness Tea line (for cold and flu, for detox, etc.), and doesn’t include all of their flavors.
Earn 200 Points at Recyclebank: You can earn 100 points each for completing the two “Seasons Greenings” challenge at Recyclebank (one on entertaining and the other on gift giving). Did you know that these can not only go towards high-value natural and organic coupons, but you can also put them towards free gift cards at places like Amazon?
Possibly Free Emergen-C: There is an unadvertised deal this week at Target. When you buy 2 Emergen-C 10-count boxes at $3.50 each, using 2 of $1.50/1 Emergen-C Drink Mix coupons from the 12/09 RedPlum insert, you should be able to spend just $4 out of pocket and get back a $5 Target gift card, making them free with overage. I like having these on hand for when sickness hits (both for the vitamin C and for the electrolytes). Also, you can pick up some free samples of Emergen-C here. In my experience they send 2-3 packets and they usually come with a coupon as well.
Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school that teaches piano lessons in Surrey with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke, and with simple meal planning.
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