- FREE chips & salsa or guacamole at Chili's w/meal
- 50% off Mother's Day Flowers at 1800flowers.com
- EXTRA 10% off clearance at Charlotte Russe
- 60% off any one regular priced item at JoAnn Fabrics
Today's BeFrugal Deals include:
Did you know that subscribers to The Evansville Courier & Press are eligible for a ton of great discounts and coupons? They even have an app!
You can go to ECP-Deals.com to view all the deals, get the app, and see the coupons.
Some of my favorites are a free appetizer at Acropolis, and buy one get one free sandwiches at Arby's.
Right now, the following businesses are featured:
Acropolis, Adorable Pooches Palace, Arby's, Baskin Robbins, Best One Tire and Auto, Big M Pizzeria, Bits and Bytes Deli, Brian Smith Photography, Bugsy's Chicago Dog, Burger Bank, Cambridge Grill, Cold Stone Creamery, DQ, Dunkin' Donuts, Fiesta Acapulco, Fujiyama, Grand China Buffet, Guacamole, Head to Toe Salon and Spa, Honeybaked Ham, J & B Barbeque and Catering, Jasper Brick Oven Pizza, Libby and Mom's Cafe, Lic's, Lilac Massage, Little Caeser's, Los Panchos, Major Munch, Mama Rosa's, Midas, Milano's, New China Restaurant, O'Charley's, The Old Mill, Orange Leaf, OrlandoVacation.com, Papa Murphy's, Park n'Fly, Piece of Cake, Pizza Chef, Play it again Sports, Pump it Up, QP's Carryout, Qdoba, Real Hacienda, Riviera, Shogun, Shoney's, The Slice, Spudz n Stuff, Tom Howard's Golf Superstore, Two Brothers Chinese, and White Castle.
This Valentine's Day at Qdoba Mexican Grill, they will give you a FREE entree when you buy another one.....IF you give your sweetie a kiss. If you didn't bring your sweetie, they will still pony up the FREE entree, if you give a smooch to whomever is closeby and willing.
Make it an extra good deal by picking up some Half-Price Gift Certificates here.
Today only at The Body Shop, you can get Buy 2 and get 2 FREE, or Buy 3 get 3 FREE with FREE shipping! Free shipping on ANY purchase, folks. That's the way I like it!
Wish I was smart and picked up one of the 50% off gift certificates on Groupon for The Body Shop last week. That would have made this an ever sweeter score.
10% cash back from Ebates.com, BigCrumbs.com, and Be Frugal.com for The Body Shop. (By the way, if you haven't signed up to get cash back on your normal shopping purchases through Ebates.com yet, they are offering a free $10 Gift Card Bonus for the holidays!)
Thanks to a tip from Brad's Deals, I just scored a bathing suit, 3 hats, 2 bras, a romper, headband that looks like the cosmos, bracelet, and a set of corkboards that look like clouds for less than $50 shipped. (Actually, only $46, but who's keeping score?)
Tilly's has FREE shipping on ANY order going on now, as well as extra 50% or 70% already low clearance prices. I have never shopped a this site before, but they carry men's, women's, kids, home, shoes, and quirky gift items. They carry Billabong, Roxy, and surfing and skateboarding wear.
Go through ShopAtHome.com for an EXTRA 4% cash back. (And, if you are new to ShopAtHome.com, they will give you $5 Cash Back Bonus.
Ok, I'll just say it: I HATE Toys R' Us. I won't get into the reasons right now, but it suffices to say it takes a pretty good deal to get me to make myself enter their store. Toys R' Us is smart enough to have the best deals valid in-store only. Grrrr.....
TODAY only they have over 20 sets of LEGO for 50% off. Not just the tiny ones, or the ones no one wants, but the big sets too! I was able to pick up a $120 set for only $60, as well as a number of others.
However, the ad came out online only this morning. The store opened at 9:00 a.m. I was there at 9:30, and the shelves were nearly bare of the sale LEGO sets. There still are some great ones available. If you are interested get there ASAP. By late this afternoon it will be too late.
People often ask me where to get rid of the clothes their kids outgrow.
Yes, you can sell them on eBay, but it takes FOREVER to list each item, and wait for it to sell...if it even does sell.
You could take them to a consignment store. In my experience, if they even accept your items, they rarely sell at a decent price. Plus the clothing has to be cleaned, and ironed, and on hangers. Honestly, I never ironed my kid's clothes while they still fit, so I really don't want to iron them just to get rid of them!
The BEST option I have found, BY FAR is ThredUp.com. It is easy, easy, easy. This is what you do:
No pictures to take. No ironing to do. No snooty consignment store owner turning up his or her nose at your pre-loved clothing. Just stuff and cash in. I'm on my fourth bag, and have yet to be disappointed. Of course, the amounts they pay per bag vary, but generally you can expect between $30 and $70.
Oh, and they will give you $10 bucks FREE to spend on new (to you) clothes sent in by people like you.