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How to Manage Without a Garage

Posted by The Frugal Diva on January 26th, 2016

Garages are quite an important part of every house. There simply has to be a place where you will keep your car and store all of that stuff your do not really use too much. But what are you supposed to do when there is no garage at your home? Building one may seem as a good option but it is a really complicated process that can take up much time and money. You can instead choose to go with some alternatives which will be much easier to build. Here are some of them you might want to consider.

Build a shed in your backyard

One of the best things you can do is build a small shed in your backyard. Simple construction and inexpensive material make building a shed a great choice. A shed can store a lot of things and it does not take up a lot of space so you will still have a place to park your car. You can do all the work by yourself and spend much less money than you would if you had opted for building a whole garage. A simple wooden construction with a single window is just perfect for this purpose. A shed can be built with a minimal set of construction technique skills and in no more than 3 days.

Set up a carport

Even though it will not give much space to store stuff, a carport is a great choice when it comes to protecting your car from rain and snow. A carport can be built out of metal or wood, depending on the climate of the place you are living at. Do not be afraid to play with the material and customize the carport anyway you want. Do not forget to prep the ground before you actually start constructing. Level the ground if you have to and if you want you can concrete parking lot beneath the carport. You can also install a couple of shelves within the construction where you can keep some of you car maintenance equipment or anything else you would keep in the garage.

Put up shade sails

Putting up shade sails can also be a proper alternative for a garage. It is quite easy to install and can be really effective. Before you start putting it up think about the movement of the sun and find the right angle for the shade sail. You will want it to provide maximum protection for whatever you are keeping beneath it. You can park your car or store some of your stuff beneath it. If there is some space left, you can buy some outdoor furniture and make yourself a place for relaxation. Look up for shade sails online and find just the one you need. Make sure you choose a waterproof material for maximum protection.

No matter which option you choose make sure you think everything through before you actually get to work. Grab your tools and build a new place for your car and all that stuff you just do not know where to keep.

About the author

Marie Nieves is a student and a blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets and creative ideas. Marie loves to share her experiences and talk about practical solutions. She is an avid lover of photography interested in interior and exterior design and regular author on Smooth Decorator. You can find Marie onFacebook or follow her on Twitter and G+.

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Organize Your Deals

Posted by The Frugal Diva on December 29th, 2015

The Frugal Diva knows how hard it is to remember all the various discounts, coupons, and special offers that are out there. They come through the mail, on line, in newspapers and magazines. What is a diva to do?

In the email realm, open a dedicated email address just to register for online discounts.  Your own internet provider usually gives you that option or you can sign up for free at gmail or hotmail. Use this address when registering for sites that send you coupons and alert you to sales.

Quickly skim over the offers, jump on the ones you want, and be on your way.  Chico’s sends a $10 off coupon on your birthday and it can be used with another offer or on sale items.  Celebrate with new clothes that are on sale, use one of their coupons, and add in your B Day gift. Now we’re talking a real deal.  Sephora sends some free goodies your way on your B-Day. Origins has a discount birthday offer.

Your personal main email address will remain easily readable for your personal or business correspondence that needs to be answered.

Before going shopping or ordering  or eating out just type in the name of the store, restaurant, or service with the word sale or promo code. It is very likely that a deal will pop up on the first page of the google search.

For the paper coupons, there are several serious organizers for food coupons. For others, buy yourself a pretty wallet size organizer about the size of a checkbook. There are lovely ones to be found in Chinatown. They hold the millions of Bed, Bath, and Beyond discounts, restaurants specials, and other one of kind discounts. Remember to go through them and throw out expired offers.

After all being frugal is a life enhancer not a life clutterer.

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School Days

Posted by The Frugal Diva on December 28th, 2015

This is the great thing, you never have to stop learning.  At Santa Monica College you can try a new  language, improve your writing skill, or get a handle on Microsoft Excel. At Pasadena City College you can take self defense, history of Asian art, or beginning tap dance. The catalogs have many choices and different opportunities are available every semester.  And continuing education classes are given on nights and weekends.  There are also other community colleges in the LA area with preferred pricing for residents .

Imagine two or three hours a week where you can put away all your other concerns and concentrate on something interesting, interact with others, and come away with knowledge.  We are always looking for something new to do, trying to meet  people, and find networking opportunities. What could be better then a class where you have stimulating conversations, excitement over a topic, and new information.

Public libraries are also a great resource for classes and lectures.

Divas want more out of life and this is a fantastic way to get it.

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Mega Bus

Posted by The Frugal Diva on December 23rd, 2015

The wheels on the bus go round and round and you end up with a great price. Riding the bus used to be for the poor and downtrodden now with airport security, delays, less leg room all the time, it seems like this might be the best option. Megabus will take you from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in about 5 to 6 hours for as much as $24 and as little as $9 (please check prices online). If this seems like a lot of time, let’s add up the time it takes to fly.

Arrive two hours before flight for security check in

Flying time is about 1 hour and 5 minutes

Deplane and get transportation into town could take 1 hour and a half

These times reflect no delays on the ground or landing

So for 4 hours you can rush to the airport, pay for a cab or parking your car, go through security, hope your plane gets off on time, land, get a rental car or find a cab to your hotel OR for an extra hour or so you can board the bus and be dropped off in town. This is a great way to get kids home for the holidays or grab a few days of vacation.

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Track Airline Prices With Yapta

Posted by The Frugal Diva on December 16th, 2015

The Frugal Divas likes to know that they are getting the best deal possible and with travel there are so many options.  However who has the time to track every price change. And once you book who even wants to think about the fares and rates.  That’s why for airline tickets and hotels  Yapta.com is a great idea.

At no cost to you, they track prices and let you decide if this is a good deal. I’m going to quote from their website since they explain it so well. “Yapta is intended to help you get a handle on fluctuating travel prices so that you know when to “buy low”. Yapta conducts daily price checks on the specific flights and hotels that you choose, and alerts you when prices drop or when they fall within your budget.”

Plus they will let you know when a price drops after you have purchased. More valuable information from their website:

“Already booked an airline ticket? Yapta can still help you save. Most U.S. airlines have “guaranteed airfare” policies that enable you to claim a travel credit if the price of your flight drops after booking it. Not many people know that the policy even exists – nor do they bother to check the price of their flight after purchasing it. Yapta will track the price of the flights you’ve already booked and – if the price drops below what you paid – it will alert you when you’re eligible for a refund or travel credit from the airline.”

This is a great service for those who are overwhelmed by the myriad of prices and restrictions out there. Bon voyage!

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Useful Cleaning Tips for Upholstery furniture

Posted by The Frugal Diva on December 2nd, 2015

Odour and cleanliness of your home mostly depends on the cleanliness of your carpets, curtains and upholstery fabrics. If you are wondering how to clean upholstery furniture effectively before decorating your home for holidays, this text is for you. Cleaning upholstery furniture, beds, armchairs, benches, sofas and chairs can be done effectively without great difficulties.

Water and baking soda

Upholstery furniture can be cleaned thoroughly if you have baking soda, warm water and water sprayer. The procedure looks like this: pour the hot water into the sprayer, spray the furniture, and sprinkle baking soda on top of it. If you put the baking soda into the sprayer it can clog. Sprayed furniture leave like that for at least 2-3 hours, or until it is completely dry. When dry, get your vacuum cleaner and vacuum it up thoroughly. You will be surprised with the result.

Water, ammonia, beer and shampoo

Furniture covered with synthetic upholstery clean with a mixture of water and ammonia (in one litre of water put 1 tablespoon of ammonia) and a solid brush. Leather furniture rub with a cloth dampened in beer and wipe it off with a dry cloth (this will give your leather nutrition and glow). Furniture upholstered with artificial leather (especially if it is in bright colours) should be washed with a hot water, a little hair shampoo and a soft sponge. Wipe all parts of the furniture with that solution, use clean cloth to remove soap and water and finally go over your artificial leather with a dry cloth.


Clean your velvet upholstery by sprinkling table salt on it and rubbing it until dust and lint are removed. After that, clean the entire surface with a brush. Places with harder stains brush a little longer to remove it as efficiently as possible. Vacuuming furniture after this process is mandatory.


When it comes to upholstery cleaning, steamers are the best solution. You should vacuum your furniture first, make a mild solution with your dish detergent and water, wipe the entire upholstery surface with it (use the sponge) and after that go over it with your steamer. If your furniture is too moist after this process, vacuum it to pick up excess moisture. You should do this at least once a year in order to clean your furniture thoroughly and to remove all allergens. If you can’t afford a good steamer don’t worry, there is a possibility to hire a steam cleaner cheaply.


Vacuuming is the simplest way to maintain your upholstery furniture clean. Make sure that you vacuum your furniture at least once a month in order to remove surface dust and other dirt from it.

Stubborn stains on upholstered furniture are usually treated with special chemicals, and you should remember that after this process cleaned parts of the furniture should be immediately dried (with a hair dryer) in order to avoid ugly pale stains.

About the author

Marie Nieves is a student and a blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets and creative ideas. Marie loves to share her experiences and talk about practical solutions. She is an avid lover of photography interested in interior and exterior design and regular author on Smooth Decorator. You can find Marie on Facebook or follow her on Twitter and G+.

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Blinds and Shades to Complement Your Interior Decor

Posted by The Frugal Diva on November 10th, 2015

Are you looking to choose the right shades for your home but don’t know how? If so, this is just the article for you.  During any home renovation, especially when designing the interior, one of the biggest problems is choosing the right covers for your windows.

Curtains are typically the classic first choice, which are best for apartments or houses, and are great for conservative space decoration.  However, classic curtains simply do not fit into modern homes or business premises. Venetian blinds, vertical blinds, and roller shades are excellent choices for modern indoor spaces.

Venetian Blinds

Venetian blinds are a symbol of modern and new. They are a very elegant solution for modern residential or commercial spaces. Unlike classic curtains or roller shades, they are either made from a special kind of plastic, aluminum, or fine wood. Therefore, their life span is much longer. In addition, maintaining this type of blinds is very easy because all you need to keep them clean is a damp cloth for dusting.

Besides being easier to maintain compared to conventional curtains, they are gradually becoming a “must have” in modern indoor spaces. Modern designed apartments are often difficult to imagine without the Venetian blinds in places where curtains were previously. Venetian blinds are also practical because of the possibility to adjust how much external light you want into your home.

They also come in different colors and sizes, so you do not have to worry about fitting them in with your interior decor.

Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds are an elegant solution for every home or office space. They come in several different colors to easily fit into any existing décor or atmosphere.  These blinds consist of a series of vertical strips of equal length which may, if necessary, gather or disseminate in order to let more or less light inside. Vertical blinds are increasingly popular because of their elegance that enhances the appearance of modern apartments and offices.

Fabric Shades

Shades are similar to external shutters, but they are installed inside the room and they are not made of wood or aluminum as classic shutters, but of hard fabrics. Fabric shades are a practical choice for rooms where you need to, almost completely, prevent the entry of all external light.

Right Color

The first thing you have to do is determine exactly what you want to highlight in the room.  After doing this, select the corresponding color for your window covers. The color of the blinds is very important and it must be in accordance with the color of the furniture in the room that it is intended for; whether it is a bedroom, living room, or nursery. The best way to choose the right cover for your windows is to check for wholesale blinds online before buying, there you can see what is offered, which should help you more with your choice.


The length of the blinds is just as important as the color. Slightly longer blinds will visually lengthen your windows and make the room look higher (and those that reach to the floor will make the room look more elegant and classical). Short blinds or shades make the room look more modern and informal.

Be sure that quality and modern blinds will make your space look much nicer, which will have a positive effect on your mood and the quality of your life.

About the author

Marie Nieves is a student and a blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets and creative ideas. Marie loves to share her experiences and talk about practical solutions. She is an avid lover of photography interested in interior and exterior design and regular author on Smooth Decorator. You can find Marie on Facebook or follow her on Twitter and G+.

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Some Outstanding DIY Backyard Ideas

Posted by The Frugal Diva on November 3rd, 2015

Some Outstanding DIY Backyard Ideas

Owning a house usually means that you have a spacious backyard as well and you should do what you can to maximize the potential of this space. In order to have a more functional backyard, make some cheap and handy decorations that look nice and serve a specific purpose.

Outdoor Bench

This project combines creativity, purposefulness and low price. Making a DIY outdoor bench will literally take you no more than an hour, yet its effects will be felt for years to come. All you need are some pieces of wood, a couple of long nails, a proper hammer and, if you are in an extra crafty mood, a bucket of paint. This bench will provide a comfortable place to rest and you can also store some gardening tools underneath it. The options are limitless and it is all up to your creativity.

A Rope Swing

There is nothing better for your children than to spend time in the open – and the best thing you can have in your backyard is a rope swing. This cost-effective piece is not just a source of joy and entertainment, but also a great way for your kids to channel energy. So, instead of allowing them spend endless hours in front of the TV or, on the other hand, letting them run around an unsecure playground, create a safe area equipped with a rope swing. This project will not take too much of your time or money, and it can be done rather easily.

Garden Pathways

If you have a garage or a garden in your backyard, you need a proper way of accessing it. So, unless you want to step right onto the grass and dirt, you should build a DIY pathway. There are various options to try and you can use gravel, stones, wood, mulch or even pallets as a basis. Most people choose concrete, but seem to forget that taking care of the pathway is just as important as planning and constructing it properly. That is why you should protect it against the rain and changes in temperature by applying a coat of concrete sealer. This way, your pathway will last longer and be the best possible addition to your backyard.

Seating Areas

Your backyard can also be a great place for a morning coffee, a family lunch or an afternoon tea. Proper garden furniture – a bench, a couple of chairs and a coffee table will suffice – will ensure you have picnics in your backyard every single day. You can even take some old pieces of furniture, clean them properly with DIY cleaning supplies and they will work just fine. Decorate this area with hanging jar lanterns, protect it against the rain and you are good to go!

The Benefits

These DIY projects will turn your backyard into a more enjoyable area and give you a chance to make the most of your property. They will inspire you to spend more time outside, which is good for your health, and also make your backyard nicer and cozier.

About the author

Marie Nieves is a student and a blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets and creative ideas. Marie loves to share her experiences and talk about practical solutions. She is an avid lover of photography interested in interior and exterior design and regular author on Smooth Decorator. You can find Marie on Facebook or follow her on Twitter and G+.

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The Best and Worst Things to Buy in November

Posted by The Frugal Diva on October 28th, 2015

This guest post is from dealnews.com

TVs, laptops, and apparel are just a few of this month’s can’t-miss promotions. But watch out, because not everything is a deal.

November is the ultimate shopping month for deal hunters. Not only will you find above-average sales every week, but this month you also get to shop Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday.

These days represent the ultimate trifecta for bargain hunters, with price lows that you simply don’t see throughout the rest of the year. However, not every sale you come across in November will offer true price lows. Thus, we’re here to tell you what you should buy this month, what will be cheaper next month, and what you should avoid at all costs.

Need more shopping tips? Make sure you check out our Black Friday predictions and timely features, and consider subscribing to our DealNews Select Newsletter so the best deals of the day are delivered to your inbox.

Prepare for an Explosion of Kitchen Deals

Whether you’re a casual cook or an every day chef, November is the absolute best time to buy kitchen goods and appliances. Even high-end devices like KitchenAid mixers and Pyrex container sets will see extraordinary deals. Last year, a whopping 44% of kitchen deals earned our coveted Editors’ Choice seal, meaning that they were at their lowest price point ever. By comparison, only 18% of kitchen deals generally get that distinction throughout most of the year. Look for deals from stores like AmazonSears, and Walmart.

Now is the Time to Make That Major Appliance Purchase

From Dyson vacuums to washer and dryer units, November is the month you want to make your major appliance purchase. Black Friday week in particular will offer an abundance of deals on laundry units, vacuums, dishwashers, and refrigerators. The best deals will come from Sears, Best BuyHome Depot, and Lowe’s. Also keep an eye out for significant discounts on drills and handtools, from stores like Home DepotSearsHarbor Freight Tools, and Ace Hardware. Some hand tool deals may require in-store pickup, otherwise you can expect the usual free shipping discounts to apply.

Opt for the iPad mini 4, not the iPad Pro

Although we don’t have an exact launch date, Apple gave the impression that its new iPad Pro will be out in time for Black Friday. However, because it’s such a new device and essentially a new category for Apple, your chances of scoring a deal on the iPad Pro are slim-to-none. Even if a retailer decides to discount the tablet, don’t expect anything substantial. Instead, look for deals on the recently-released iPad mini 4 (which is essentially an iPad Air 2 in a mini’s chassis) or if you require a bigger screen, the iPad Air 2. Last November brought a deluge of iPad deals with both the iPad mini and iPad Air 2 receiving $100 off.

Android and Windows Tablets Will Hit Rock Bottom

If you don’t want to invest a lot of money on a tablet, November is an ideal time to buy a budget tablet. Off-brand Android tablets will drop to as low as $20, whereas Windows tablets (excluding the Surface) will hit around $45.

SEE ALSO: Black Friday Tablets 2015: Android Doorbusters & Lots of Deals on the iPad mini 4

If you want to spend even less, you could opt for refurbished units, which we expect to sell for $15 and $30, respectively. However, for a better tablet experience, it will be hard to top Amazon’s latest $50 Fire tablet. Moreover, you can expect to see deals on previous-generation Fire tablets in the $45 price range.

End of Year Apparel Sales Bring Stackable Coupons

November apparel sales are easy to predict because retailers tend to offer similar deals to the ones they had the previous year. That means you can expect the average apparel deal to shave 54% off, whereas the best sales will take up to 80% off. Coupons, of which there will be many, will take as much as 60% off. However, stackable coupons will be a little more moderate, taking between 20% to 30% off. One thing to keep in mind is that online retailers will start their Black Friday clothing deals early in the week, so don’t wait until Black Friday to do your clothes shopping. Instead, start on the Monday of that week.

Look for Console Deals You’ll Actually Want

Sony gave the PlayStation 4 its first ever price cut in early October shaving its price down to $349, which is on par with Microsoft’s Xbox One pricing. Here at DealNews, we had already seen deals lower than that (for both consoles) and now that Black Friday has arrived, we expect to see the best bundles of the year. Look for bundles that offer not just one, but two free games. And make sure you do the math. If each game in the bundle comes out to under $60, then you’re getting a good deal.

SEE ALSO: 10 Things NOT to Buy on Black Friday

Some shoppers may be tempted to purchase refurbished consoles in order to save some money, but depending on your budget, they may not offer the best value. We predict refurbished/used Xbox One and PS4 consoles will sell for around $250. However, new bundles (with up to two free games) will sell for about $300, which makes the latter the better value in the long run since many of the refurb units don’t include any games.

Make Your Roku Purchase in December

November is an excellent month for most consumer electronics, with the exception of some streaming set-top boxes. The Roku set-top box, for instance, may see slightly better deals in December than in November, especially the newer Roku 4 model. While you may see modest deals in November, which take $10 to $15 off, December could see better deals as the Roku unit could come with a gift card.

Wait for December to Travel

According to Hopper, a site dedicated to tracking airfare prices, domestic flights will be up to 5% cheaper this fall and winter than they were last year. However, whereas Hopper predicts November prices will be in the $252 range, they predict December rates will be slightly cheaper, averaging just $244. So if you can, buy your travel tickets in December and not November.

TV Buying Season is Finally Here

Month after month we’ve warned shoppers to stay away from TV deals. Well, now is the time to upgrade to a new HDTV. For the most value, we suggest looking at deals on 60″ sets. We predict these sets will drop as low as $549. 32″ TVs will also see massive price cuts dropping to just $70. And if you think Black Friday is all about cheap TVs, think again. We predict name-brand 55″ 4K sets will drop to $650. Already we’ve seen a new price low on a 60″ Vizio 4K HDTV, which Dell Home’s confirmed Black Friday circular is advertising at $800, an incredible price low for any name-brand 4K TV of this size.

Mainstream Laptops Will Dominate Doorbuster Sales

In addition to TVs, Black Friday is also traditionally the best time of the year to make a laptop purchase, and this year we predict that 15″ mainstream laptops will provide the best value. These machines will provide significantly better hardware than their bargain bin counterparts at just twice the price of about $300. Look for machines that use either Intel’s current generation Core i5 processor (Skylake) or ones that use the still-respectable Broadwell Core i5 CPU.

Bargain bin laptops will also see incredible lows, but deals will remain close to last year’s prices in the $149 range. Extreme budget laptops, however, may once again drop as low as $99, but keep in mind these machines will offer inferior hardware usually consisting of an 11″ screen, Celeron or Atom processor, and just 2GB of RAM. They’re fine for simple tasks like Web browsing and social media, but can struggle with more powerful tasks like streaming HD video or multitasking.

For Apple fans, Black Friday is also an excellent time to buy a new MacBook Air. (Just be sure to steer clear of any deals from the Apple Store, which are always undercut by authorized Apple resellers.) Last year, stores slashed the price of the entry-level 11″ MacBook Air to $780 (or $220 off), but this year we predict MacBook Air prices will drop lower to $730. Also expect to see up to $300 off the current-gen MacBook Pro Retina. Apple’s luxury 12″ MacBook, however, is unlikely to see any significant price cuts. To date, we’ve seen retailers on eBay take $100 off the machine, dropping its price to $1,199.

Excited for Black Friday deals? Consider subscribing to the DealNews Select Newsletter to get a daily recap of all our deals; you never know when a Black Friday price will be released! You can alsodownload the DealNews app, check out the latest Black Friday ads, or read more buying advice.

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With over a decade of experience covering technology, Louis Ramirez has written for CNET, Laptop, Gizmodo, and various other publications. Follow him on Twitter at @louisramirez.

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Last-Minute Halloween Deals: Disney Store, Amazon, Spirit Halloween

Posted by The Frugal Diva on October 28th, 2015

This guest post from dealnews.com

This, Halloween procrastinators, is your very last chance to buy something scary before the holiday hits. Although the shipping deadlines have passed for many sites, here’s where you can still find spook-tacular treats like costumes, decor, and candy. Read on to see the best Halloween dealsfrom Spirit Halloween, Amazon, and Disney Store, among others.

The Best Halloween Sales

  • New! Spirit Halloween: 20% off one item via coupon code “20FORU2015″
    Details: This coupon trims 20% off just about any one thing, including decor and costumes, at Spirit. Shipping starts at $5.99, although larger items will incur oversize shipping fees. Coupon ends November 1.
  • New! Disney Store: 50% off kids’ costumes; free shipping via coupon code “FREESHIP”
    Details: Whether you’re shopping for princess dresses or superhero swag, this Disney Store sale is sure to have the kids’ costumes you need — and at half price, no less! Better yet, the coupon above bags free shipping on your whole order. Hurry, this deal ends October 28.
  • New! Amazon: Extra 30% off costumes via coupon code “HAL30WEEN”
    Details: Take advantage of your Prime 2-day shipping to score a last-minute Halloween costume at 30% off with this Amazon coupon. (Non-members can qualify for free standard shipping with orders of $35 or more.) Coupon expires October 28.
  • New! Walmart: Up to 65% off costumes
    Details: Walmart has cut up to 65% off a wide selection of Halloween costumes and accessories, with prices starting from around $3. In-store pickup is available for most items, so opt for that to avoid the shipping charges. (Shipping adds $4.97, but orders of $50 or more bag free shipping.) Note that sizes may be limited.
  • Amazon: Up to 75% off horror movies on Blu-ray
    Details: Thrills and chills abound in this second Amazon sale, where Prime members can score horrifying blu-rays at up to 75% off with free shipping. (Non-members can spend $35 or more to qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping starts at $4.98.) Choose from titles such as Christine, Halloween, The Cabin in The Woods, The Ring, and Insidious, all priced as low as $5.
  • Bass Pro Shops: Free Halloween events
    Details: Participating Bass Pro Shops are hosting a series of Halloween events in-store forfree through the end of the month. You can also score a $5 photograph package featuring the Peanuts Gang via this printable coupon. Offers end October 31.
  • Frederick’s of Hollywood: 20% off costume orders over $50 via coupon code “SHOPATHOME20″
    Details: Shopping for something spicy this Halloween? You’ll save an extra 20% on costume orders over $50 via the coupon above. Plus, all qualifying orders bag free shipping. Coupon expires October 31.
  • Toys”R”Us: Up to 40% off costumes
    Details: Discounted prices are marked in this Toys”R”Us sale, with accessories starting at around $2 and kids’ costumes starting at $10. Plus, orders of $19 or more qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping costs $5.99.
  • Pottery Barn Kids: Up to 60% off Halloween items
    Details: The prices on a wide variety of kids’ costumes, treat bags, and more have been slashed by up to 60% in this sale. Better yet, all Halloween items bag free shipping with code “FREESHIP”.
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Marcy pens consumer news stories of all sorts, in addition to adding pithy prose to many of the roundups you see every day. Her work for DealNews has appeared on sites like Lifehacker, the Huffington Post, and MSN Money. She is by far the most metal member of the DealNews staff, and you can see why by following her on Twitter @ThatBonebright.

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