Best Deal Magazines are offering some great deals on magazine subscriptions! Check out the deals below good through July 21, 2013:

Take an Additional 80% Off Every Day With Rachael Ray Magazine – Enter coupon COOKINGFUN During Checkout – Just $4.80 for 1 Year!

Take an Additional 60% Off Weight Watchers Magazine.
Enter coupon SAVE60 During Checkout. Just $5.98 for 1 Year!

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Hurry over to Melt Buttery Spread Facebook Page to print your FREE coupon for Rich & Creamy Melt Organic Spread! Hurry these offers generally don’t last long.


Thanks Money Saving Mom!

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These are the CVS Weekly Coupon Matchups that I have found for the week beginning 7/14/13. Please note that prices and availability may vary. Also, coupons will vary depending on your area. Be sure to use your CVS Extracare card to take advantage of these deals. Please be sure to check the CVS coupon policy before going shopping!


CVS Diapers or Training Pants Jumbo Pk: 6.99-$3 extrabucks for next purchase= $3.99 After EB’s No coupon Needed


Right Guard antiperspirant/deodorant: BOGO at 4.49 (online price)- Use 1.50 coupon (if included) found here= $0.75 each after coupon


Playtex Gentle Glide or Sport Tampons 36-40 ct: 7.99-$3 coupon from $3 extrabucks for next purchase= $1.99 after coupons and EB’s


Colgate Total 1 liter or Optic White rinse 32 oz.: 5.99-3 extrabucks for next purchase – $2 coupon from $0.99 after coupons and EB’s


Colgate Cavity Protection, Whitening 6.4oz or MaxWhite 6 oz.: 2/$5- $2 extrabucks for next purchase- (2) 0.75 coupons found on 0.75 each after coupons and EB’s


Jolly Rancher or Twizzler Bites: 2/4.98- $1 coupon from 7/14 Smartsource insert= 2 for $3.98


Hormel Compleats: Priced at 2/$3-Use $1.50 off 3 coupon from 7/14 Smartsource insert: $1 each after coupon when you buy 3


All Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color: 6.99- 2.00 found here: $4.99 each or combine with the advertised $5 extrabucks reward when you spend $15 on specific Garnier hair or Any Garnier Facial Skin Care products (excluding clearance items):

Deal Idea: Buy 3 Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color; use (3) 2.00 off coupons: spend 14.97 and get $5 extrabucks back for next purchase: Total of $3.33 each after coupons and EB’s


Garnier Fructis stylers, shampoo conditioner: 3/$9 use coupon for $1 off style product here


DermaSilk: online prices start at $19.99. Use $5 coupon found here and get $10 extrabucks: could be as low as $4.99 after coupons and EB’s


Mitchum: 2/$5- use (2) $1/1 coupons form 7/14 Smartsource= $1.50 each after coupons


Revlon Nail: 4.99- $3 extrabucks for next purchase- $1/1 coupon from 6/23 Smartsource= 0.99 after coupons and EB’s


Gillette Disposable Razors ( 2-12ct): Prices starting at 9.99 (online price)- $4/2 extrabucks on next purchase- $4/2 coupon in the 7/14 Red Plum insert or = 5.99 each after coupons and EB’s when you buy 2


BIC Disposable Razors (3-10 ct): 6.79-$2 extrabucks on next purchase- $2 coupon from 7/14 Smartsource insert= $2.79 after coupons & EB’s


Advertised Kiosk coupons this week:

$3 off your purchase of $15 or more

$0.25 off ALL theater Box Candy: $1-0.25 coupon = $0.75 after coupon

If you find additional coupons or other notable deals, please comment below or submit in my Submissions area. Thanks!

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If you are signed up for the Chili’s email club, check your email because you may have a coupon for a FREE molten chocolate cake with the purchase of an adult entree. If you are not signed up, head on over to Chili’s and sign up for their email club to receive FREE Queso and Chips.

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Like Naturalizer shoes? I certainly do. I was excited to see that they have an awesome sale, Up to 70% Off Everything. Valid 7/9-7/31. Plus, if you haven’t already done so, check out their email club for additional savings. You may be able to score some pretty inexpensive shoes. It’s certainly worth checking out!

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Could you use an extra $50? Make a $50 bonus for opening a Capital One 360 checking and completing the additional requirements. My husband and I each made $50 with very little work. Check it out!

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1040753_10101164933730339_1086265053_oI got all these groceries for $1.71 tax included the other week. Do you want to learn how? Follow Thriving on Thrifty to find coupon deals on everything from groceries to clothes to toys to beauty and fitness products plus much more. Link up with me on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, email, or by RSS feeders.

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All new moms have certainly learned how expensive a new member of the family can be. I’ve found ways to save money that I personally used plus some I wish I had done myself.

1. Making your own baby food:

I can’t recommend this money-saver enough. I got a Baby Bullet for my baby shower and absolutely loved it. I used it to make fruits and vegetables and would make large batches to save time and would freeze them to maintain freshness. It really didn’t take as long as I thought it would, and it allowed me to know what was truly in my baby’s food.  Next time around, I also plan to mill my own grains for baby cereal. I didn’t realize the other attachment had this feature until my son had almost outgrown baby cereal.


2. Breast Feeding or Formula Couponing:

I personally breast fed, which of course saves you money on not having to buy formula. But for those who can’t or don’t want to breast feed, there are so many coupons out there for you. Sign up for Gerber or Enfamil coupons and they will send high dollar, money-saving coupons right to your house. I was constantly getting them in the mail and I didn’t even use formula.


3. Cloth Diapers:

Cloth Diapers was on my radar at one point before having my son, but I ruled it out during my rough recovery so it was one less chore. So I personally did not do this, but I may attempt it the second time around. I know many people that do use cloth diapers though and claim it’s not as tough as it seems plus it saves a lot of money. Check out for a wide variety of cloth diaper or disposable diaper options. For new customers, if you enter my referral code totreferal at checkout you get 20% off your first order. Plus new customers can get free shipping for their first 3 months when code GOCRAZY is entered at checkout.


4. Homemade “Toys”

This tip is good for the first year and beyond. I heard so many people tell us that a child is more interested in the packaging than the toy, but as first time parents we were determined to get our little man the coolest toys out there. Even with my couponing skills, with the exception of a few toys, it was a waste of money . He is more interested in our old credit cards, cell phones, and the cabinet full of tupperware. It’s amazing what babies and toddlers find interesting. Now obviously, make sure whatever you give them is safe and clean, but save a few hundred on their toys for the first year or so and re-use your old stuff as toys.  What is old and outdated to you is a new treasure for a 1 year old.


5. Hand Me Down Clothing

Fortunately for me, I have a nephew 1 year older than my son, so I get a lot of hand me down clothes. For those who don’t have family or friends with children close in age to their kids, you should take the time to check out consignment shops. If you are anything like me, I’m not in the mood to hunt down nice clothing at consignment shops, so I let the consignment shop come to me. ThredUp is an online consignment shop featuring children’s clothing. Everything I’ve ordered from there has been in excellent condition. Plus, you get $10 off when you make your first purchase. This makes for a pretty awesome deal!

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