Friday, December 01, 2006

Ho, Ho, Ho...

almost a whole week without posting... means I've been quite busy shopping online for Christmas:) I am so proud of myself for sticking to the budget. I found some really awesome deals again this year (I love bargain shopping) and I just can't help passing them on to others...

This is my FAVORITE site for postcards, holiday cards and calendars...I order from it at least two times a year, they always have FREE things, you just have to pay shipping and handling. My order this year for over $80 worth of photo calendars and cards cost me only $14. CHECK OUT THE PHOTO DESK CALENDARS - it takes a couple of minutes to put the photos in and add the birthdays, but what an awesome gift for grandparents (mom if you are reading this please forget this part) HURRY if you want to get them before Christmas. calendar link.

Another awesome deal I got this year was from this site. They are having a dollar for dollar sale. Here is the fine print.

DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR SALE
Our famous Dollar for Dollar sale has returned. Spend ANY dollar amount on product and use the same dollar amount to purchase FREE books* from a selection of over 15,000 titles (over 1 million copies). Spend $5.00 and get $5.00 of FREE books*, spend $100.00 and get $100.00 of FREE books*. There is no limit to our generosity but there is a limit to how long this sale lasts. From all of us at BookCloseouts.com, we wish you a Merry Christmas and the best for the New Year!

Notes(*):
This promotion can not be used in combination with any other promotion including coupons.
This promotion ends December 31, 2006.
"FREE" books are limited to the 15,000+ titles selected for this promotion
Some titles have limited quantities

Calendars
We have just received great selection of 2007 day and wall calendars and discounted them for a fast sale. Select from Far Side, Anne Geddes, Dilbert, Peanuts, Wizard of Oz, Ziggy and more. Limited quantities. Get them before they are gone.


I LOVE amazon.com. I only buy things that have free shipping so it's like going to the mall only you don't have to get dressed or leave your house. I buy all the kids pull ups and some grocery items, too. They come right to my door! I really wanted to get a new pair of shoes, but it wasn't in the budget. Here are some awesome deals maybe you can take advantage of.

PLUS Save $20.00 when you spend $80.00 or more
on Qualifying Items offered by Amazon.com!

*And*

Spend $25 or more in Apparel or Shoes stores, and receive a 1-year subscription to Lucky magazine, a $12 value, included with your purchase

Nine West Women's Ealene Boot
List Price:$108.95
Price:$39.90 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25
You Save:$69.05 (63%)




Tommy Hilfiger's Jaelyn Mule
List Price:$59.95
Price:$9.89 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25
You Save:$50.06 (84%)





Rockport Men's Oxford
List Price:$89.95
Price:$39.90 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25
You Save:$50.05 (56%)


Tommy Hilfiger Women's Gwen Wedge Boot
List Price:$79.95
Price:$29.89 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25
You Save:$50.06 (63%)

Tommy Hilfiger Womens Cipriana Ankle-Strap Sandal
List Price:$69.95
Price:$11.89 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25
You Save:$58.06 (83%)

I want to get this from Sears if I can today. There is a rebate for the shipping cost and I know the kids would love it. You can also get this on the Toys R Us website for 39.99 with $10 off with Google checkout.

Oriental Trading Post has some great deals, too. Order online by 11:59 p.m. CT, December 5, 2006, to get free standard shipping plus save 15% on your purchase of $60 or more, within the contiguous U.S. Enter key code WC75753 during checkout. I love doing the crafts with kids...

Okay, that's about enough for today. I am a total addict. Before I do any shopping I go to mypoints.com and check if the store is listed there. I get points for every purchase made and then I can turn my points in, when I accumulate enough, for gift cards. Isn't life great?
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