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Weekend Giveaway: One-year subscription to Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Plan from eMeals (5 Winners)

If you’ve come to any of my money-saving workshops in the past two years, you’ve probably heard me talk about eMeals. They are a service that creates budget-friendly menu plans for you based upon the sales at your local store.

For those of you who want to follow a menu plan and struggle to come up with the time or ideas, eMeals might be a great fit. Here are some things I love about it:

::It’s simple and easy to follow. You just log in each week, print your menu and grocery list and you’re pretty well good to go.

::They offer healthful options. One of the reasons I used to not be a big fan of their meal plans was because they weren’t very healthful. But they’ve now added Paleo, Gluten Free, and Clean Eating meal plans to give many more healthful options!


::It’s inexpensive. For as low as $1.25 per week, someone else will plan all your dinners and write up your grocery list for you. That’s a pretty good return on your investment of money! {Psst! Use coupon code MEALS15 to get 15% off!}

::It’s detailed. The plans are very thorough and detailed, including prices, nutrition facts and more.

::It can help streamline your life. If you currently feel like your life is a juggling act and if you add in menu-planning you’re going to start dropping balls everywhere, then paying for eMeals might be exactly the ticket to your sanity!

Now, keep in mind that when you follow the eMeals menu plan, you don’t have the flexibility to plan your menus based upon your stockpile. While it’s helpful they are planning the meals around store sales, they can’t predict that you were able to buy a lot of sour cream, carrots, and spinach marked down at your store last week.

In the long run, planning your menus based upon what you have on hand in addition to what’s on sale at the store, shopping at more than one store, shop the marked-down section of stores and stocking up when items are at rock-bottom prices will definitely reap you greater savings than following a pre-planned menu ever will.

However, there are many things I like about eMeals and know that it’s a perfect fit for certain people — especially those who find menu-planning very tedious and time-consuming. You can read more of my readers’ thoughts on Emeals here.

If you are a blogger, you can join the eMeals Connect Blogger Network for special opportunities. In addition, be sure to follow eMeals on Facebook and Twitter.

eMeals is offering five readers the opportunity to win a one-year complete menu plan (includes plans for all breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for a year). To enter to win, just click on the graphic below and type in your name and email address. Five winners will be chosen and posted early next week. This giveaway ends Sunday, March 2, at 11:59 pm, CST.

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