Do you use coupons? I've been on and off again about them for the last forever years. When I was "on," I didn't find them to be that much of a savings. Maybe I wasn't doing it right?
But anyhoo... In the spirit of my new savings-oriented lifestyle, I'm sharing this coupon for Snuggle Creme Liquid Fabric Softener. The scents sound scrumptious. Click here if you'd like a $2 off coupon. You'll need to enter your name, email address and zip code in order to print the coupon.
Another area that has amounted to cost savings for me is that when I started dieting in November '07, I gave up fast food (for the most part). Which, I KNOW, fast food is pretty much gross. But when I am working, I have to eat what I can find. I don't have an office where I can brown bag it, keep things in a fridge, use a microwave, etc. On work days for me, it usually means eating in the car. When I was in hard core diet mode, I'd opt for a fast food salad (which is usually DISGUSTING), yogurt parfait at McD's and chicken fajita pita at Jack in the Box as the least horrific calorie/fat lunches. I also on occasion carried around "tuna kits," kind of like a lunchable, but with tuna and crackers. I've gotten out of that habit but am far less fast-food dependent than I used to be.
That being said.... Here's a coupon for a free sandwich at Arby's. I know. It's Arby's. But? It is free. If you buy a drink. I took Carlie Thursday for lunch, bought two small sodas and got two free sandwiches. Not a bad deal. And? I'm not going to lie, the sandwich was tasty. I KNOW, IT'S ARBY'S, but it was. Don't judge me. This one expires March 20, so if you want to get your roast beef on, act fast.
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