Screamin Coupons- All of Our Readers who Sign Up Through Us Get a $5 Sign Up Credit!


Friday, January 15, 2010 | | 0 comments

A couple months ago Tori shared with you about a new way to search the internet called Swagbucks. You get paid in 'swag bucks' to search the internet the same way you already search for things. After you earn your swagbucks you can redeem them for gift cards and other prizes from the swag store. You can read my post about swagbucks here for all the details.

As if it was already sweet enough to get rewarded for doing something you are already doing, how about having a MEGA swag buck day!
'Every Friday, Swagbucks gives you a chance to win huge, gargantuan, oodles, tons of....Mega Swag Bucks with your searches. From 3 to 100 Swag Bucks, we give away up to 10,000 Swag Bucks in Mega Bills every Friday!'
Taken from Swag Bucks official blog
So, make sure on Friday's you do some MEGA searching to win MEGA swag bucks! Be sure to check out our Swag Bucks tips here.
If you don't already have Swag Bucks go here to sign up. After you sign up check your e-mail and they will let you start searching!Check out the SwagBuck store and share with us what you are saving up for!
Tori and I are both super excited at how fast we are earning swag bucks just by searching the internet. We have been debating if we should use them towards air line flights and take a vacation. How many have you earned so far? Have you "purchased" anything with them yet?

$1 off Smuckers Uncrustables

Print off a $1/1 Smuckers Uncrustable coupon after you fill out your information. It's a bricks coupon so print it off twice! My kids love these and they make perfect quick fixes.

Free Basketball Game

I can't believe I am posting something RED on this blog because its two authors bleed BLUE through and through, but because it's FREE and I know we have some RED fans out there we will share this awesome deal with you. Use this coupon and get up to 6 family members in for FREE to a basketball game. Be sure to read all the details and print off this coupon on the Utah University website.

Thank you She Shops Smart reader Caitlin!

A Lot for Less

This A lot from Less comes from She Shops Smart Reader, Heather. Heather was able to pick up all 37 items for only $12.37! Heather's local store surprised her with a double coupon day and she knew that she needed to take advantage of it! It looks like it paid off for her! Great job Heather! Keep it up!

Thank you to all of our readers for sending us in your pictures! The response has been overwhelming! We have enough pictures to feature one of you a day for over a month! Make sure you keep sending them in, because who knows you might be featured next!

City Deals 50% off and FREE shipping

I just picked up a ton of great gift certificates for 50% off at City Deals. I was able to pick up unlimited quantities to Rod Works ($25 gift card for $12.50), Flour Girls Dough Boys, Sub Zero Ice Cream (2-$10 cards for $10) and tons of great golf courses in Utah. I buy these gift cards ahead of time and throw them into my "to gift" box. Next time I am in need of a gift I will pull one of these out. With 50% off and FREE shipping these will make great Mother's Day, Father's Day and birthday gifts. I think I will end up keeping my Rod Works cards. If I combine my gift cards with of course a....COUPON I might be able to find a killer deal on a table for my front entry!

Free Class at Pottery Barn Kids

This is a one hour session class taught by a design expert. Attendees of the class will be able to purchase the items featured during the class for 10% off. Be sure to see if a store near you is participating. The location in Trolley Square is providing this class in my area.

Recipes Using Sale Items

Thursday, January 14, 2010 | | 2 comments
This week at Smiths, Pillsbury Crescent Rolls are on sale for .75 cents. Here is an easy recipe I love to use these for.

or as we call them at my house
4 chicken breasts
3/4 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened
2 tbsp. butter, softened
1 very sm. onion, finely chopped
2 pkg. crescent rolls
1/2 c. herb stuffing (or bread crumbs)
Melted butter
Bake chicken breasts in oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes (or just brown it it bite size pieces in a frying pan if you dont have much time). Cut into bite-size pieces. Divide each package of crescent rolls into 4 sections and press perforated lines together.
Mix the first 4 ingredients (chicken, cream cheese, butter, and onion) together. Place chicken mix in center of rectangular dough. Wrap dough around chicken mixture and press sides together.
Dip chicken roll upside down in melted butter and dip again into small bowl of bread crumbs. Place on cookie sheet and cook in oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes until golden brown.
NOTE: Sprinkle garlic powder, seasoning salt, and coarse ground black pepper over chicken before baking, if you desire additional seasoning."
If I dont have bread crumbs on hand crushed ritz crackers work great too. Mushrooms inside are something else you can add. WARNING: If your new years resolution is to diet-- this one is not a very low cal recipe, but it sure it tasty! :) Enjoy.

Meal Planning Resolution

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 | | 5 comments
( Photo courtesy of This Week for Dinner)

This year one of my resolutions is to be a little bit more solid in the area of meal planning. Some weeks I have done really well in the past, but then there is those other weeks where I didnt even try. I was looking for recipes and found a site I really like called "this week for dinner". The site is run by a woman named Jane, who has a post DARING her readers to make meal planning a resolution. I am going to take her dare! If you are wondering, while I am typing this I am actually thinking- "oh boy- publically admitted it, now I have to follow it! yikes....

I am not a super decisive person (Tori is probably laughing as she reads this- I am more of a super undecisive person.) This for me means, meal planning is something I struggle with because I worry that I wont be "in the mood" for what I have planned for dinner. I do know however, that it is one very effective way of cutting down the grocery budget. When you plan the meals you are able to make sure you are using up what you buy, and not having tons of extra "this and that". When in addition you are following the grocery smarts way of shopping, suddenly the grocery bills can really be dropping. On "This Week for Dinner" she gives some other reasons to meal plan. The reason I love the most is you are not stressed when its dinner time. You have a plan, and all you have to do is follow it!

On her site Jane has a free download available for a meal planning sheet from "Whoops Bunny" that is sooo cute. I am totally a sucker for cool/cute paper products. I love notepads, cards, wrapping paper, etc.

So, this is one freebie I LOVE, plus it looks really cute hanging on my magnet board.
To check her site, and access the free downloadable meal planning sheet click here.

We want to hear from YOU!

Before I learned about grocery smarts I would DREAD going grocery shopping. I hated hearing the total at the checkout. After learning about the system, I found a whole new attitude and opinion on the topic of grocery shopping. Now its like a game that I am excited to play each week to see how much money I can save. Hearing the total is now my favorite part. I still take pictures on weeks I feel proud of myself for the savings! Tori and I love sharing with you what we have saved, but what we really love is hearing from our readers! We want to see your pictures! Don't pretend there has not been a week where you felt really proud of yourself, and the total savings your had! We know youve have had one! We also know you probably took a picture of it! :) So, dont be shy! Tell us about those weeks, and send us a picture of what your scored! We would love for you to show and tell, so we can feature it on the blog, and show others how you were able to purchase "a lot for less" using grocery smarts! Send us a picture, along with your total spent vs saved to Tori and I at our email-

We cant wait to see your pictures and savings totals!

KraftMaid is Back

Monday, January 11, 2010 | | 2 comments
This one only sticks around for a few hours, so be sure to request your FREE Kraftmaid booklet quickly. I love browsing through my magazine for fun home decorating ideas. When you get to the website just hit the link up top that says request literature. Then hit consumer or homeowner. Follow with your zip code. Then fill out the necessary fields. We should receive our Kraftmaid literature in 7-10 days.

Free Half Gallon of Chocolate Milk Any Brand

Want to win FREE milk for a year? I bet our odds are slim to none, but how does a FREE half gallon of any brand of chocolate milk sound? After you enter in the giveaway a screen will pop up to tell you SORRY and that you didn't win. In the lower left corner it will say be sure to print your coupon for FREE milk. This made for a great way to start Monday morning. As always these types of coupon go fast and are rare, so be sure to not delay printing off this coupon. Mine expires 2/10/10.

Coupons in Sunday's Paper

In the Daily Herald you should have received:
1 SS insert
1 RP insert

In the SLT/DMN you should have received
1 SS insert
To read about how the Red Plum coupons are distributed click here!
To start your newspaper coupons right away, learn about the awesome newspaper deal we can get you here.
*If you ordered the paper and you didn't receive your paper or didn't get the correct number of papers please call the newspaper company first and let them know. Their numbers are on the left side of the blog. Occasionally if you are new to a route your carrier may miss your home. The newspaper companies are super easy to work with and will make sure your papers are delivered.
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