Check this out. We are trying to find some inexpensive things to do with the kids this summer b/c our vacation spot fell through. If you have a Bank of America card, they will cover your general admission to different Atlanta museums if you show your ID and any Bank of America card. They do this the first weekend of every month and our vacation will be the last week of July, which covers that first weekend of August. I am soooo excited. It looks like Ben and I can get into the Atlanta Zoo for free, we just have to pay for the kids.
Don't forget to go here every Friday morning and register for your free candy bar! See this post for more details.We have already gotten our 4 coupons in the mail for 4 Free candy bars. Ingles has their Snicker single candy bars BOGO free, so I am going to use mine with that sale to get 8 free candy bars. That is if I can find my husbands coupons. I have a feeling he already used them.
Check out this post on Money Saving Mom about signing up for the Kraft First Taste panel. You supposedly get to try products for free when they send you a coupon, then they want you to go on-line and take a survey about the product. Sounds like a good deal to me.
Sorry I haven't posted in a while. We were off-line for 2 weeks, back on for 2 days, then back off again. Anyway, here is this week's shopping trip at Ingles and Publix. I haven't made it to CVS yet, but I wanted to post while I could since I've got internet at the moment.
I had to make a few larger purchases this week, GoodNites and Tide, but got them on sale. The GoodNites are normally $10.88, on sale for $8.88 and I had a $2.00 coupon. The Tide is normally over $14, on sale for $9.98, I forgot the coupon which would have given me $.70 off.
The first picture is Ingles where I spent $47.86. The second picture is Publix where I spent $22.13. My goal for Publix was only $20, but I accidentally picked up 3 MorningStar burgers instead of 2, in which I would have only paid $.89 for 1 and gotten the other free, but this pregnancy has totally taken my brain.
Some of the best deals were 2 Scott tp packs at $.98 and $1.48, Organic lemonade for $.58 each, cheese for $1.00 each, Lean pockets for $1.00 each (this is something I usually don't spend money on, but since I am working more these days, I needed something easy and quick to fix on the go in the mornings), peaches @ $1.68/lb, Perdue chicken nuggets $1.20 each, Starbuck's coffee=FREE, Vanilla Wafers for $.01 (publix's penny item), Tuna for $.69 a can, DelMonte Fruit Chillers for $1.16 each, Morning Star patties for $.90 each (I would have paid a total of $.90 for 2 but I messed up as I said above.).
I am going to try and hit CVS tomorrow for a few good deals this week.
My husband and I are 35 and 32 and we have a 7 year old daughter, a 5 year old son, and a 1 1/2 year old son. My husband Ben is a Graphic Designer, and I am a stay at home, homeschooling mom who also works part-time as a home health care nurse and a teacher at Lanier Tech.
Just wanted to welcome everyone to my blog. In case you are wondering about the name, I chose it because of course, Greene is our last name, and we are also really dedicated to saving money and saving the environment. Hope you enjoy and find lots of useful information on saving money and things you can do to protect our beautiful earth God has blessed us with.