Monday, September 7, 2009

$25 Gift Card and Sam's Club Memberships


First of all, I have to apologize for being such a slacker. I was supposed to have this giveaway up quite awhile ago, but somehow, it got lost in my emails and paperwork. The original purpose of this giveaway was to spotlight the Box Tops for Education BIG CLIP campaign with Sam's Club. Unfortunately, the campaign was over as of September 4th, but luckily, I still have (5) one-day passes to Sam's Club as well as a $25 gift card to Sam's Club to give away. And luckily, even though the BIG CLIP campaign is over, you can still stock up on Box Tops For Education items at Sam's Club!! If you don't know about Box Tops for Education, click here to learn more.


WHO can enter? US Residents only

WHAT
is the giveaway? 5 winners will each receive a one-day pass to Sam's Club. One of those winners will also receive a $25 gift card to Sam's Club.

WHEN can I enter? This giveaway runs from today until Monday, September 14th at 5pm Mountain time. The winner will be announced Tuesday, September 15th.

HOW
do I enter? You have 2 chances to win:

1 - Comment below and let us know what your best savings tip is.

2 - tell someone about this giveaway. You can blog about it on your blog, tweet about it, or post about it on facebook. Make sure you include a link back to this post. After you have done this, come back and leave another comment letting us know what you did.


Giveaway sponsored by Sam's Club, Box Tops for Education and MyBlogSpark
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27 comments:

  1. I have a big deep freezer so I buy meat when it is on sale or in big quantities for great savings. Thanks for the chance!

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  2. Merci for the chance to win this...

    My best saving tip is to take some time to grow your own salads. This summer, I have grown my own tomatoes, peas, lettuces, onions, herbs and peppers on a tiny patio.

    I harvest what I want to eat each day and take time to freeze or dry the rest of the veggies and herbs for winter meals.

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  3. I like to cook up large batches of dried beans and freeze them in 1 1/2 cup portions (about the amount in a can). It's much cheaper and they taste better, too!

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  4. I cut coupons and track the sales flyers of the stores every week. I try to make sure that most of the things I purchase are either with a coupon or are on sale.

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  5. I clip coupons and try to buy fresh produce that is in season. I also buy and bake in bulk and freeze leftovers to use at a future time.

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  6. My best saving tip is combine coupons with store sale to stretch your budget!

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  7. http://tcarolinep.blogspot.com/2009/09/giveaway-foodie-giveaway.html blogged.

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  8. I purchase the coupons I need online and stock up when the sales are good.

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  9. buy in bulk always saves in the long run.

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  10. using your resources- such as subscribing to blogs that have money saving tips!

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  11. Taking other stores sale bills to Wal-mart.
    mellisa.willis@sbcglobal.net

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  12. Check the unit pricing! The "large economy size" isn't always cheaper (especially if you can't use it up before it goes bad).

    Sandra

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  13. The best way I save money is by staying home! The more I'm in the stores the more I tend to spend so when I stay home I'm not tempted.

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  14. I like to use my freezer and buy large quantities of meat when it is on sale.

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  15. i use coupons especially double and triple (when things are already are on sale is the best time to use the coupons) BUT BE WEARY AND AVOID BUYING ITEMS YOU OR YOUR FAMILY WOULD NOT USE OR EAT! spending that you do not need does not save you money.

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  16. I make my own bread and I am learning how to make my own cheese. $1.80 for fresh mozzarella and $3 for 2lb. of Parmesan is a steal...

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  17. Menu Planning - if you plan your meals for a week or a month at at time and shop only for what you need, you can't help but save. No eating out, no last minute whats for dinner. You can even plan your meals around what is on sale at the stores that week. It really works.

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  18. My best savings tip is to keep a list on the front of your fridge and add to it all week what you're craving so when you actually go shopping you'll pick up everything you need to. There won't be any last minute trips up to the local grocery store (that's a tad on the pricey side here!).
    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. I buy mostly what on sale.

    F117f4(at)Comcast(dot)net

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  20. We use coupons most of the time.

    Samcarmel(at)msn(dot)com

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  21. We eat fresh friuts & vegetables.

    suri2258(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. I try to buy in bulk when I can and use coupons whenever possible.

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  23. If it's not on your list your can probably do without it.

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  24. Only buy what is truly needed, hopefully with coupons, and when it's on sale or cheaper by buying in bulk. Freeze and/or can for later use. Curb all impulse/non-necessity shopping, plan ahead, stay organized.

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  25. my savings tips is to utilize the deals' or dollar stores for products that are nice enough but don't cost much...AND don't go food shopping hungry. try and stick to a list.

    lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

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  26. i tweeted about this:

    http://twitter.com/ShootingStarMag/status/3997988163

    lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

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