Wednesday, February 2, 2011


I get my coupons in a few different ways. I've even picked them up out of parking lots. First of all, that is litter, plain and simple. Second of all, one man's lame coupon is another woman's deal.
I just wanted to draw attention to RECYCLEBANK. Here's an explanation from one of my favorite couponing websites:

If you’re new around here, you are probably wondering what the heck RecycleBank is. RecycleBank partners with cities and haulers to reward households for recycling; households earn RecycleBank Points that can be used to shop at over 1,500 local and national businesses. Once you have signed up for an account, you can start earning points immediately by clicking on the “Earn Points” tab and taking quizzes.  You can then use your points to purchase high value coupons for groceries and/or discounts at online stores. After signing in, click on the “Get Rewards” tab and you’ll be able to start scrolling through the rewards they have available.-

Click this link to get signed up. I have turned my points into some great coupons. Free Kashi Cereal, free Seventh Generation cleaners, cheap naked juice, etc. Being green or organic doesn't always mean spending more money.


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