New Balance Men’s Minimus Trail Barefoot Trainers
Vendor: Botach via eBay
Price: $59.99 with free shipping
Lowest By:$15 Is It Worth It?: Taking a different approach on running shoes, these New Balance Minimus barefoot trainers are designed to mimic a natural gait. The drop from heel to toe is 4mm, which is far less than the older, maximum-cushioning style. These are available in most sizes from 7 to 12. Continue reading “Best Shoe Deals: Up to 60% off Nike, New Balance Barefoot Trainers for $60”
Naturalizer Women’s Shoe Sale
Discount: Up to 70% off with an extra 15% off via coupon code “NAFALL66”
Shipping: Free shipping via coupon code “NAFALL66”
Expires:October 8 Is It Worth It?: In a sale that is tied with our mention from last week — and is in fact the best discount we’ve seen from them all year — Naturalizer is taking up to 70% off a selection of women’s shoes, including sandals, loafers, sneakers, and slip-ons, as well as a whole bunch of attractive handbags. Plus coupon code “NAFALL66” nets consumers an additional 15% off and bags free shipping. This deal is Editors’ Choice quality, ladies. Continue reading “Best Shoe Deals: 40% off Men’s Wearhouse Shoes, Up to 70% off Naturalizer”
The other day at lunch, my co-workers and I were discussing shoe shopping habits–how many, how often and how much. Whether two at a time, every month was too much. How many pairs of shoes we have compared to our significant others. What kinds of shoes find their new home in our closets.
We decided yes, it was a problem. The men in our lives have problematic shoe shopping habits.
At least, you can save on shipping costs with the Zappos VIP program, which offers free overnight shipping–for when they just can’t wait another day (they really can’t). For a limited time, you can score VIP status free when you signup. In this case only, it’s OK to be an enabler.
Join Amazon Mom for three months of free Prime 2-day shipping. On eligible items for 2-day Prime shipping, you’ll receive your packages by Dec. 24 if you order today by 7 p.m. PST. So procrastinators (that’s me), get busy!
Amazon’s going for the purse strings–quite literally–and inviting select members to join the new Amazon Mom program (You thought I was talking about tall, sexy Amazonian mommas.. you cheeky monkey…) Today they unveiled a new free membership that gives Amazon Mom members:
- 15% off all Amazon Prime eligible items (which I think is just about all Amazon shipped products)
- 15% Subscribe & Save discount for select diapers and wipes (which is still stackable with other coupon codes)
- free two-day shipping for three months or more
- discounted one-day shipping for $3.99
- exclusive email discounts and coupons
Here’s what the email from Amazon says specifically:
Join Amazon Mom for FREE and get FREE Prime Shipping for 3 months!! (For parents and caregivers) We hope you have been enjoying the limited-time 30% discount on diapers and wipes with Subscribe & Save! Continue reading “This New Amazon Mom Is Sexy”
Dear old dad needs some love. Shutterfly can help. Here’s a rundown of their specials:
Get three FREE father’s day 5×7 folded personalized cards for the price of shipping with code CARDS4DAD. You can have them addressed and stamped, to be sent directly from Shutterfly. They offered this same special for mother’s day and it was a big hit with my mother, mother in law and grandmother.
For gifts, such as Photobooks, Mugs, Calendars and other cool stuff, use SHIP30 for free standard shipping on orders $30 or more, through June 10.
When you spend $30 at Shutterfly, you’ll get a $15 bonus gift from Omaha Steaks. Order by June 15, and you’ll receive a reward code from Omaha Steaks about two weeks later.
You know, that’s FatHeadDog on the right. Not really, but Snapfish has teamed up with LIFE.com to offer the iconic magazine’s historic photos as printed cards, which make great personalized stationary for thank you cards and the like. These selected number of photographs from LIFE.com’s archives can help capture the exact emotion you’re looking for in your greeting cards, notecards and notebooks. It plans to introduce more offerings in the coming months, according to a Snapfish press release.
I can personally recommend the high-quality greeting cards and notecards, but Continue reading “A Smooch from FatHeadDog (and LIFE magazine)”