Here is an amazing deal on Old spice and Pantent Haircare:

Buy 4 Old Spice Fresh Collection Deodorants 2.6 oz $2.69 each(price may vary by region)
Use (4) $1/1 Old Spice Antiperspirant/Deodorant coupons
OR use $2/2 Old Spice Product coupon, exp 10/31 (P&G 9/28/14)
Pay= $6.76
Get = $5 Target Gift Card

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This offer is still available!

Enjoy home-grown delicious and healthy blueberries and use them for smoothies, waffles or just enjoy their juicy sweet taste over vanilla ice-cream. Get 2 Little Giant Blueberry Plants for just $10. It works out to be almost FREE coz you save on all the money you would otherwise spend on buying them from stores!


Tomato Giant

This Offer is still Available!
Anyone have luck growing their own tomatoes from home? I’ve tried twice, but the plant always gives me one sickly looking tomato. lol I’ve seen these Tomato Giant plant growers and wondered how well they work? Has anyone ever given them a try?
If you’ve been wanting to try them, it looks like they’re doing a promo right now where when you Buy 2 Tomato trees, you’ll get 1 for free! The price for the deal is $10 + S&H (which usually starts around $6.95). Let me know if you’ve used these before or if you have any tips to help grown better tomato plants at home!



HalloweenHave some spooky fun with these Halloween printable.  The Free printable games can be customized too. Create your very own tower of terror with these boo-tiful printable Halloween papercraft ideas.

Turn your home into a haunted mansion with these free printable Halloween decorations.


20 Papercraft Ideas for Halloween - From creepy coloring pages to putrid papercrafts, the perfect Halloween celebration comes straight out of your printer.

                                       T-shirt Iron-ons for Halloween

Lowe's KidsWould your kid would love fidgeting with a FREE Disney’s El Chupacabra plane. And that’s not it. Aprons, goggles, patches and other stuff is up for grabs too. Just register your kid for Lowe’s Build and Grow Clinic activities. Saturday clinics begin at 10:00 A.M. Sunday clinincs begin at 2:00 P.M.


If you’re looking for some Military Discounts your family or friends could use, check out this BIG list of Military Discounts, Freebies & Coupons that I found on The Frugal Girls!  What an awesome list! Make sure to “share” with anyone you know who is serving or could benefit from all these great deals!

(This is from 2009 when I went to New York. The real statue is back in the distance!)

If you’re going to be in New York or possibly live there and need a trip to see the Statue of Liberty, check this out! Get FREE Statue of Liberty Tours On June 17th, 30th and July 1st. Tours leave every 20 minutes from 1pm with the last tour departing at 6:20pm.

Tickets are available on the following tour days from 10am in the IKEA FAMILY hub next to the restaurant on the 2nd floor. All tours are on a first come, first served basis and space is limited according to availability.


UPDATE: This is for TODAY, JUNE 9th!  Get out and have some free fun with the family and friends!

Over 100 National Parks that usually charge a fee are offering free entrance this weekend JUNE 9, 2012. Visit this offer for a full list of participating parks and plan your trip ahead.


The kids are almost out of school, (or already are) and summer is on it’s way! It can be hard to keep the kids entertained over the summer, so here’s a list of 75 things to do with them are free or pretty cheap from Freebies 2 Deals!
1. Draw with Sidewalk Chalk
2. Play with Water Toys in the Yard
3. Slip N Slide
4. Make Giant Bubbles
5. Paint Items Outside with Water  (It dries and there is no mess!)
6. Go to a Local Fishing Pond
7. Backyard Campout
8. Draw Monster Pictures on Paper, Hang them in the Yard and “Melt” them with the Hose or Spray Bottle
9. Head to a Splash Park
10. Go on a Treasure Hunt for Rocks and Paint them
11. Participate in the Summer Movie Program! (Kid Friendly Movies are only $.50 during the Summer!)
Collect Flowers and Press them in Books
13. Outdoor Picnic
14. Create a Campfire and Do S’mores
15. Head to the Zoo
16. Make a Lemonade Stand and Sell it Outside to the Neighbors
17. Take a Tour of a Fire Statio
18. Head to a Water Park
19. Go on a Family Hike
20. Have a Movie Night Outside with Pillows and Blankets
21. Make Homemade Ice Cream
22. Head to a Free Fireworks Show or Have Your Own at Home
23. Do a Family Game Night with Fun Prizes at the End
24. Go on a Bike Ride
25. Take a Family Walk
26. Go to a Park and Feed the Ducks
27.  Have Bathtime in the Bathtub with Glowsticks!
28. Build a Fort Inside on a Rainy Summer Day
29. Let them Color on your Windows with Window Markers or Crayons
30. Purchase Solid Colored Shirts and Hand Kids a Bleached Pen to Create their Own Designs
31. Make Your Own Playdoh
32. Do an Outdoor Scavengar Hunt
33. Color Ice Cubes and Set on the Drive way to Melt
34. Fingerpaint with Pudding
35. Make Tin Foil Dinners and Cook them in the Oven.
36. Teach your Kids to Sew.
37. Make cute hair clips with your Kids.
38. Find Shapes in the Clouds
39. Water Balloon Fight
40. Play Outdoor Night Games
41. Go to the Library Each Week and Read Books at the Park
42. Make Homemade Popsicles
43. Backyard Tic Tac Toe
44. Make a Marshmallow Shooter, Spray Paint the Outside and Have Teams
45. Blow Up Balloons and Cut Water Noodles in Half for a Fun Game.
46. Make Your Own Slime
47. ABC Hunt- Write all 26 Letters on your Driveway and Find Items Outside and Place Next to Each Letter.
48. Make Rootbeer Floats
49. Go to One of the Free Museum or Free National Park Days in your area
50. Go to a Baseball Game
51. Make SnoCones at Home
52. Plant a Garden
53. Go to a Dinosaur Museum
54. Head to a Farm and Feed the Animals
55. Participate in Kids Bowl Free!
56. Go Star Gazing
57. Go Miniature Golfing
58. Head to Free Movies in the Park (Check local cities for times.)
59. Do a Kid Fun Run
60. Make Your Own Lava Lamp
61. Go to a Library Storytime
62. Go to a Carnival or County Fair
63. Go Fishing
64. Make Necklaces out of Colored Pasta
65. Have a Princess Tea Party Outdoors
66. Have a Muddy Sandbox Day
67. Flashlight Tag
68. Travel to New Playgrounds
69. On Rainy Days, Create a Homemade Music Video
70. Write with Chalk on your Trampoline.  (It washes right off and looks more like a Chalkboard!)
71. Make homemade popsicles with fruit juice and popsicle molds.
72. Have a read-a-thon day at the Park with treats.
73. Go have a picnic at a park or a camp ground site.
74. Haul the TV and DVD player outside for a starlit movie night.
75. Door Bell Ditch Someone with Ding Dongs!
76. Sign them up for Apple Summer Camp!


Woo hoo! If you’re looking for something free to go out and do, check to see if there’s a Home Show Event near you and get a free ticket!

“The Home Show is an event designed for homeowners in all stages of remodeling, landscaping and decorating their homes. Each event includes hundreds of home improvement and landscaping exhibits with product demonstrations and sample interior and exterior vignettes.”


Ok so I saw this post on Play for a Day and knew there would be some parents who would LOVE this mess free idea! :) So I wanted to share!  This is genius. I mean completely and totally genius. Finger painting without the mess of finger painting. How cool is that?


I saw this post on the Frugal Girls and Fat Wallet Blog!  They were so cute and cheap I just had to pass them along!! :) (Thanks the Frugal Girls and Fat Wallet Blog!)

Photo Booth Tour

Set out on an adventure to find all the old-school photo booths in your city and collect a reel of you and your sweetie from each one. A quick search on Google or Yelp should give you a pretty good listing (as well as addresses).

Out of pocket: Most photo booths are around or under $5 but come prepared with a heck of a lot of quarters on the off chance they don’t take plastic.

Make it more romantic: Bring a couple props so each strip of photos will be a little bit different. Construction paper hearts, funny mustaches drawn on your fingers and fake glasses will keep the quirky love flowing.

Public Display of Affection

No, it’s not what you think! But today of all days is the best time to express your love to the world – or at least your neighborhood. Grab some sidewalk chalk and hit the streets with your declarations of affections, or paint a big sign to hang in your front window.

Out of pocket: Under $10, I don’t care how elaborate you’re going to be.

Make it more romantic: Pack a picnic and eat some sandwiches under your work. There’s nothing quite like being in love while being surrounded by love.

Let Fate Decide Your New Favorite Restaurant (*My Favorite!)

Reservations un-necessary! Hop in the car, pick a number between 30 and 80 and start driving around, counting restaurants. When you’ve arrived at your new, magical date spot, grab a bite to eat. I promise you’ll see Subway with new eyes!

Out of pocket: Who knows! It could be as little as a Happy Meal for two and as much as the finest sashimi in all the city.

Make it more romantic: Don’t rely on the radio during your car ride. Put together a Valentine’s Day play list so you have something sweet and commercial-free to jam out to.  Also, tuck a couple of linen napkins and tea candles in the dashboard. It’ll add instant ambiance to your meal on the off chance it is fast food you end up with.

Do YOU have a fun or frugal date idea??