It’s a bit distracting reading this post when there’s a picture of a cute little tushy right there, but here goes. Spend $10 at Victoria’s Secret before Nov. 30 and get a Secret Reward worth at least $10, redeemable in December. Then on Nov. 30, snag a free 2011 Fashion Show panty with this printable coupon.
Excuse me while I wax poetic on women’s clothing stores… I’ve long wondered why The Limited stores are so, well, limited. At least here in Dallas, there’s only a handful of malls that have the store and even fewer stand alone stores.
Between The Gap and The Limited, the latter’s clothing quality and classy style have always had the upper hand with me. But The Gap ended up winning because of its plentiful locations and well, when you’re shopping with an impatient husband, I lost the ability to shop stores without a men’s section. I flat out lost the battle to “sell” Bath & Body Works as a store he could shop at, too. “But they have soap and antibacterial stuff!” No go.
So, hurray that The Limited is offering this $10 off $10 coupon both in stores and online. Print this coupon out to take to the store, or enter FASHCASH as the promo code at TheLimited.com. Sale items not included but everything else is.
Free chicken in a box, much more concise to say than Free Chicken Fajita Pita at Jack in the Box with this printable coupon. Good until 1/31/2011.
You know you’re a coupon nerd when you use the term “rare coupon” with some authority.
Case in point (Pushing up nerd glasses): Diet Coke is offering a rare $1 off printable coupon. Or click here to have the coupon mailed to you. Coca-Cola coupons appear few and far between so jump on them when you see them.
Head to Bath & Body Works with this printable coupon for a free lip item (up to $8 value) with ANY purchase through Oct. 21.
When B&BW offered this great printable coupon last holiday season, I printed a few for myself, family members and friends and explained how the coupon worked. Even some of the more hesitant coupon shoppers found this deal super easy to do. “Any purchase” includes their $1 gift bags, so wrap your free lip item for an inexpensive but great gift as a stocking stuffer, Secret Santa or co-worker gifts. (Yeah, this is where the word Cheapskate in Cheapskate Santa gains it true meaning.)
For larger purchases (read: lesser cheapskates), use this printable coupon for a free Signature Collection body item with $10 purchase. Expires Oct. 31.
It’s embarrassing that my two-year-old son can spot a CVS from a mile away. He gets it from his mother. So he was excited to spot this new valuable coupon from CVS (Well, not really. More for illustrative purposes.)
Now through 9/15/10, you can get a coupon for $4 off a $20 purchase at CVS. All you need to do is enter your CVS Extra Care Bucks (ECB’s) card number as well your e-mail address, and CVS will e-mail you the coupon.
You can get a $5/$25 Old Navy coupon to use on your in-store purchase of perfect tees (get the stretchy kind–they last longer), denim and more when you register for Geico Privileges. The program is free and offers discounts and coupons.
Here’s how to get your coupon:
- Sign up for the FREE Geico Privileges program here.
- Login to your account
- Go to “Discounts” and then “In-store Coupons”
- Select the Old Navy coupon and print it out to take in store with you.
This offer is valid through 8/31/10. Thanks to SurvivingtheStores.com for finding the source of this coupon, which has been posted elsewhere as a jpg. (Boo.)
Also, in stores, teachers and students can show their IDs at Old Navy July 23-25th and get 25% off their entire purchase. (Yay.)
Restock your smell-good stuff at the Bath & Body Works semi-annual sale, now until July 5. As someone who’s spent their fair share of time and disposable income there, here are some tips for scoring big at the sale:
1. First off, shop with this coupon for $10 off a $40+ purchase at Bath & Body Works through 6/27/10 (or use code SALE40 online).
2. Shop weekly. New stuff is brought out every week, so if you had your Continue reading “Tips for shopping the Bath & Body Works Sale”