Thursday, October 30, 2008

Linens 'N Things

A variety of products are available at

The liquidation of Linens 'N Things continues. As promised, we're offering coverage as we hear it.

Currently you'll find discounts of 20%, 30% and 40%. Get savings of 20% on kitchen electrics, personal care electrics, vacuums & irons, glassware, lighting and storage. Shop with 30% discounts on dinnerware, serveware, decorative accessories, window & hardware and quilts, coverlet & bedskirts. Receive price cuts of 40% on select electronics.

All sales are final, so don't expect to get any returns, refunds or exchanges once you purchase these closeout items. Closing stores are not subject to carry this merchandise assortment, run these advertised prices, or honor promotional offers or coupons. This is a liquidation, not a sales event: Linens 'N Things is going out of business.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Free Shipping on Halloween Gear From KMart

Free Shipping for Halloween on orders $49 or more

Not only can you get free shipping on Halloween products from KMart, you only have 1 day left to get your creepy purchases shipped to you in time for Halloween. In order to qualify for free shipping on Kmart Halloween purchases, your merchandise total must equal $49 or more before shipping & handling charges, gift wrapping or sales tax are figured in to the equation. This free shipping offer is only good through today, Friday, October 24. Free shipping is valid for orders shipping to the lower 48 United States and the District of Columbia.

Not only can you take advantage of free shipping on these Halloween items, take 25% off Totally Ghoul animated Halloween Decorations. If you haven't got your Halloween costume yet, you're also in luck: Totally Ghoul Halloween Costumes are discounted by 40%.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Get a free turkey from Office Depot

Office Depot Thanksgiving Offer - Enjoy $15 Off a Butterball® Turkey with your delivery order of $100 or more at!

Hot Offers (10.19 - 10.25)

OK, firstly Office Depot is not selling turkeys. BUT, you can get a coupon for good for a free Butterball® turkey (either frozen or fresh) at your local grocer (maximum value of $15) when you purchase $100 or more online from Office Depot. This offer is valid through November 18 or while supplies last and requires the use of coupon code 58226915.

If you've already got a Thanksgiving bird, you can save this one for Christmas: the coupon will be valid through December 31, 2008.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Linens And Things Going Out Of Business

Linens N' Things
We must admit that we haven't paid as much attention to Linen's N Things as we would've liked to lately. Thus, it was with much surprise to get an email regarding their liquidation proceedings today! A quick Google search confirms that in April of this year, Linens & Things was contemplating a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and in touch with restructuring firms. Apparently things began on May 2, 2008 with store closures and people losing jobs. A new buyer for the chain has not been found, and only 10 hours ago (according to, LNT announced the closure of its Canadian division. Clicking through to their website, there is no secret.

Linens N Things is going out of business.

With any bad news come good news usually. The good news in this situation is that you can get BIG savings from Linens N Things during this liquidation. Many quality names are carried at Linens And Things: Wamsutta, KitchenAid, CuisinArt, Calphalon, Paula Deen Signature, etc..

Hurry up though, these prices wont be around for long obviously!

Monday, October 13, 2008

A Free Dozen Organic Roses

Send Eco-elegant flowers

OK, you do have to buy something to get the free roses, but this is a real deal in our eyes. We received an email this afternoon from Organic Bouquet about "Free Roses For Sweetest Day". The title of that email was interesting enough for us to open it. Upon opening the email, here's what we found. It's basically a Buy One, Get One Free deal where they've thrown in a free glass vase as well - not too shabby. As always, we've tried the offer out. What did we find? You can't get this deal by going directly to You have to receive an email from Organic Bouquet and click on the link in the email. Your item will be described as "one dozen assorted roses with a free dozen & glass vase" and the price will be $49.95. You can always get an additional dozen for $20 more from Organic Bouquet (first dozen is $49.95). Your final price should be $49.95 with this offer, which (again) will only happen if you click on a link from an exclusive email from Organic Bouquet. Our suggestion to get in on this offer if you haven't got the email yet - go to Organic Bouquet and sign up to receive emails! One final caveat to the offer: Sweetest Day is Saturday, October 16 and Saturday delivery costs an extra $10. It's still a great deal though!

Sweetest Day is October 18. When you purchase one dozen roses from Organic Bouquet, they'll throw in another dozen roses for free, along with a glass vase. This offer is good through Friday, October 17. Also note that this offer is good on assorted roses only. To ensure that you get your roses delivered on time though, you'll want to order them as soon as possible.

If you don't realize the importance of organic and certified flowers, you may want to read a piece we put together on why you should Order Organic Flowers. Flower farms have a big impact on our environment, we put them close to us (so you don't want lots of pesticides on them), and the majority are farmed outside of the US where chemical regulations are perhaps not as stringent and would allow for some pretty scary stuff being sprayed on them! Finally, flower farm workers are not treated very well at many flower farms. Read up on organic flowers, it will definitely make you look at flowers differently!

Back to the deal... Normally, your two dozen organic roses would run you $85 with a glass vase. Through this Friday, get the 2 dozen assorted roses with a glass vase for just $49.95. That's nearly a half price discount. I think that's enough of a bargain to justify flowers even if it wasn't sweetest day (and we're not really sure when Sweetest Day originated anyways!).

Friday, October 10, 2008

Grocery Coupons are a hot item

Grocery Coupons Are A Popular Topic

Signing in to my Yahoo account this morning, I noticed that "grocery coupons" is one of the top searched topics online today. That is hardly surprising, considering the price that even the most basic staples have risen to lately. If you're searching online for grocery coupons, you don't want to miss out on the list of grocer's websites in both the United States and Canada that has compiled (and continues to add to). In fact, if you DON'T see your local grocer on your list, be sure to make a comment to this blog and we'll get it up there if it exists!

Where To Find Grocery Coupons Online

There are alot of sites out there for printable grocery coupons. Some sites focus on grocery coupons & savings and will charge a subscription price for you to use them. Other sites require you to register. Most sites will allow you to print your grocery coupons at home for free. You can even find forums where members trade coupons and point you to hot offers online. A quick search on google or yahoo will provide you with a long list of places to check. You can try the search terms "grocery coupons", "printable grocery coupons", "manufacturer coupon", "store coupon", "double coupons", "triple coupons", "grocery coupons online", "coupon forum", "coupon blog" etc..

Be aware that the term "coupon" is notorious with spam sites and you may have to wade through a lot of junk to get what you need. You could alternatively go straight to the source and visit a product manufacturer's website or your local grocer's website to check for coupons that you know you will use. Signing up to be on the mailing list of your favorite products is a good idea. You will often get emailed special offers for printable coupons, free samples and more.

Why You Need To Register To Print Coupons At Home

Even when getting your coupons directly from a manufacturer or your local grocery, you will most likely need to register and perhaps install software to be able to print coupons at home. You know the fine print on your coupons where you find the expiration date? They do take the limit of coupons allowed per person seriously and enforce that by limiting the number of coupons you are allowed to print. Often, the manufacturer or grocer will rely on a 3rd party to come up with and maintain the program where you can print a specified number of coupons. Some grocer's allow you to 'load' your coupons electronically on to your club card. This negates the need to even print coupons at all and also ensures you won't forget your coupons at home or forget to use them while checking out.

How To Use Grocery Coupons For Maximum Savings

You can usually 'stack' manufacturer's coupons with grocery store coupons, just read the fine print. For example, say you have a coupon from Jewel-Osco for $1 off BirdsEye Vegetables and a manufacturer coupon from Bird's Eye Vegetables themselves for $1 off. You can probably use both coupons together for a total savings of $2. Better that deal if your store features a double-coupons or even a triple-coupons day. Many online grocery delivery services accept manufacturer's coupons as well. You can find numerous blogs online where people share their grocery shopping secrets and how they use coupons to sometimes even make money. Have a look around!

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Save 20% on all Starbucks orders over $100

For today only, shop online at Starbucks and save 20% on all orders over $100. Hurry up though, this offer is only valid today, Thursday, October 9. Your discount will automatically appear on the order checkout page with no coupon code needed for redemption.

This offer will give you a savings of atleast $20. Not too bad! 20% Off Orders over $100 - Affiliate Exclusive - One Day Only

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