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I hate paying money for something I have to turn around and throw away. Diapers are one of those things in our family. I use cloth diapers at home, but I find it almost impossible to travel with cloth. You have to bring wet bags and extra diapers, plus extra clothes, and there just isn’t enough room in my diaper bag for all of that. I admire moms who can figure it all out.
Fortunately, there are some great ways to save on diapers. If you purchase them regularly, you are probably already on the hunt for sales at your local stores. Here are some extra tips that you may not know to save even more.
Coupons, discounts and sale prices, oh my! It can be easy to just stand back and let the registers do the work, but it really is important to know what that discount is doing for your wallet. Because, when it comes to saving money, being aware of just how much that percentage-off is saving you is a matter of dollars and sense.
The only thing I love more than Target is saving money at Target! Saving at Target got much easier with the introduction of the Cartwheel app. I downloaded it to my smartphone and use it every time I step through those red doors.
Everybody knows coupons can be found in the Sunday paper. But if you're looking for high value coupons that you don't have to pay for, there are five locations you should look. The next time you are out and about check these weird places for free coupons.
Have you ever finished checking out at the grocery store only to have the cashier hand you what seems like a giant wad of paper along with your receipt? If you're like me, you've either thrown them out or stuffed them into your purse without so much as a glance. At least that's what I used to do. Those colorful papers aren't decoration, they're Catalinas – extra savings with no clipping required!
In today’s match, we have two popular drugstores: Walgreens and CVS. The goal? To determine which store allows you to save more through the use of coupons. Let’s see how these two retailers compare when it comes to the coupon game.
Every good bargain hunter knows patience is almost as good as a coupon. Prices on products shift weekly-- and even daily-- so waiting until Monday to buy something instead of snatching it up on Sunday could equal a significant savings. But who has time to competitive shop on a regular basis? Thankfully the technology you need is a few clicks away with these apps that track the price of the merchandise you want.
It’s that time of year when people start thinking of new goals, fresh starts and maybe even a resolution or two. The thing about resolutions is they don’t often last long. You never hear of someone patting themselves on the back on December 31 for sticking to their resolution all year long.
But, thrifty people are a committed bunch and if anyone can stick to a resolution it’s them. Looking for the perfect financial goal for 2014? Here are eight resolutions perfect for thrifty people.
Want to launch 2014 with a great new look? We can’t think of a better way to do that than by replenishing your makeup collection. Whether you’re a fan of exclusive, top-tier brands or a drugstore discount junkie, we’re here ...
Toy cash registers, a wallet full of pretend credit cards, Mom’s purse – these are all common, everyday items that kids love to play with. But, where are the coupons?
Chances are, as a visitor to UltimateCoupons.com, you’ve handled a coupon or two in your day, maybe even in front of children. It’s never too early to show children what coupons are and demonstrate the benefits of using them. Being smart with money is an important skill that they can start learning now.
When you imagine a couponer in your head you may get a picture of a little old lady, armed with her Fiskars, hunched over the Sunday savings inserts. But a new generation of couponers have emerged and they are proving ...