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Entertainment Book

It has been a long time since the Frugal Diva toted around the Entertainment Book. I had lost touch with the great savings that could be had by buying a membership. Everything from dining to car washes to hotels are available at a discount. The best news is that they have moved into the digital age with a user friendly app.  If you are traveling to the East Coast, receive the 2014 book now for only $5 and they will send your 2015 Greater New York City & North Jersey Entertainment® Book next year for $5 off the retail price…

Click Here Before You Buy

The Frugal Diva loves to buy online – better prices, no parking problems, product reviews- however there are ways to cut the price even further.  Here is a list of sites that give coupons, money back, or shipping reductions. BeFrugal.com has lots of cash back and coupons plus a bio of The Frugal Diva. Fat Wallet gives you coupons and cash back.  Register and Click through from their site and start seeing dividends for your shopping forays. Coupon Cabin is a reliable site for both online and printable coupons. The $5 off at Target is for $50 which is…

Back To School Savings Start Now

Sure we just celebrated the 4th of July however Frugal Divas know that shopping early means saving big time. Below are back to school tips from BeFrugal.com founder Jon Lal for parents, teachers & college students. Back to school money saving advice for parents and college students Get organized to avoid overspending. Make a shopping list and set a budget. Look through items you already own before shopping. Start early: Don’t wait until the last minute to buy the more specific back to school items on your list. The selection can get picked over as the school year…

Frugal Tips For Celebrating Easter

Below is Easter advice from Jon Lal of BeFrugal.com. Filling up a holiday basket doesn’t need to empty out people’s wallets. Look for free community events such as Easter egg hunts for kids. Instead of buying tons of pastel decorations, pull out anything light colored, spring-like or bunny-related that you already own. A little creativity can save a lot of cash! Perhaps some pastel holiday ornaments can make a centerpiece by filling a pretty bowl, or a bunch of carrots can be arranged in a vase for an appropriate flower alternative. If you…

Valentine’s Day Frugal Tips

True love means never over spending to impress someone. Coupon & savings expert Jon Lal – founder of BeFrugal.com – provides the following money-saving tips for Valentine’s Day: In an effort to save, many will make gifts. This is fine if you enjoy doing so, but consider the cost of your time as you make cookies, an old-fashioned homemade paper valentine or write a poem. Using technology can help you save time, while remaining original. You can publish a free iTunes playlist of love songs or use the app Songify to create your own love song. If you…

Coupon Rules

Coupons rule and you need some rules to make them work. 1. Do not use a coupon if the item is something you don’t want or need. If you hate strawberry pop tarts don’t buy ten boxes, if you never bake don’t buy two for one bags of flour, and if you are dieting don’t stock up on chocolate chip cookies. 2. Do use coupons with store discounts for the best price possible. 3. Be careful with perishables. You might be making ten apple pies, eating broccoli every day for a week…

8coupons.com

When another scarf is just not the answer.  As the holidays approach, here are some unique gifting ideas in the daily deals from 8coupons.com. 8coupons collects and organizes deals from every deal source (Groupon, Living Social, Eversave, KGB, BuyWithMe, Gilt, YourBestDeals, DoubleTakeDeals, Dealfind, Dealster, Goldstar, Restaurant.com, Zozi, Weforia, Juice in the City, Signpost, plus over 300 others). Simply log on to 8coupons or sign up for their email and see ALL the deals near you ….or in the zip code of a loved one. Whether it’s a spa, a restaurant, or an adventure, there are…