Ever wondered if you have to build a stockpile in order to coupon successfully?! We say yes! The principle of “stockpiling” is simple. When something becomes free or cheap with a coupon (and sale), buy more than one to keep on hand. This way, you are dictating the price you’ll pay instead of finding yourself out of toilet paper and paying full price on a Monday at midnight!
The Krazy Coupon Lady’s Holiday Gift Guide continues! We’re sharing great deals with you this week–everything from free lip gloss to a photo setup worth nearly two-grand. No matter who you’re shopping for this year, these are deals you don’t want to miss!
We’re back with week 4 of The Krazy Coupon Lady’s Holiday Gift Guide. This week we’re sharing deals on children’s pajamas, retro headsets and Philisophy makeup items! Follow the links below to find the details of each deal. We’ll guide you with links to printable coupons and online deals–you just pick which deals you like, and shop with us each week!
We’re back with week 3 of The Krazy Coupon Lady’s Holiday Gift Guide. This week we’re sharing deals on board games, crockpots, batteries and gifts for the man in your life! Follow the links below to find the details of each deal. We’ll guide you with links to printable coupons and online deals–you just pick which deals you like, and shop with us each week!
Have you ever checked out at a drugstore or grocery store and about died when the cashier handed you a mile-long receipt!? Well, you are in luck! Now through November 1st, upload a photo of you and your receipt to Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest with #KRAZYRECEIPT. We will be picking a winner each day to win a copy of our book, Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey, and on November 1st the picture with the longest receipt will win $250!
Can you believe it’s already October!? We are back with our coupon-crystal ball! Here are the things we are predicting (based on the last few years) will be on sale for the month of September. This isn’t a totally comprehensive list, but these are the items we know will be cheap this month!
Halloween Restaurant Deals: We will see lots of freebies and deals at restaurants for Halloween. We are hoping to see deals at Starbucks, TGI Fridays, Applebee’s, Krispy Kremes, IHOP, Build A Bear, and Restaurant.com.
Halloween Candy and Costumes: The best time to buy costumes is the week or two before Halloween. It typically pays to wait until after October 20th to start shopping. We see great printable coupons for candy the week of Halloween as well.
Baking Sales: October begins the sales on cooking and baking items that will continue through Christmas. Remember to get your cupboards stocked for the whole year over the next 90 days. Examples of items include: chocolate chips, pie crusts, canned pumpkin, sugar, cream cheese and more.
National Seafood Month: Look out for sales on all things seafood, fresh and frozen.
We are so excited to bring you another series of videos–this time centered all around holiday shopping! We are calling it The Krazy Coupon Lady’s Holiday Gift Guide, and we will be publishing a new video with live deals each Tuesday evening.
Coconut isn’t a nut. Joanie and I, on the other hand, are a couple of nuts! Here’s video proof!
Many a Krazy Coupon Lady contributor and reader have celebrated the virtues of coconut oil in cooking, on skin, in hair and around the home. So Joanie and I decided to try out some of these tips firsthand and capture it all on video.
The result is a funny, informative look at how to use coconut oil as a leave-in conditioner, eye makeup remover, glass cleaner, cuticle moisturizer and more.
Want a few other ways to use coconut oil? Try these articles:
If you’ve been following our back-to-school videos, then you probably have school supplies coming out of your ears! Well, if that’s the case, we’ve got the video for you! Watch to see all the “crafty” things you can do with your supplies! Then leave a comment and let us know what other creative things you’ve done with your supplies.
We are back with our coupon-crystal ball! Here are the things we are predicting (based on the last few years) will be on sale for the month of September. This isn’t a totally comprehensive list, but these are the items we know will be cheap this month!
Back-to-School Sales: pens, pencils, paper (filler and printing), backpacks, erasers, folders, binders, dividers, markers, composition notebooks, tissue boxes, disinfecting wipes
Joanie and I are sick off all the excuses we are hearing about why people can’t coupon! Here is the first video in a series of 3 about the couponing excuses we keep hearing and how to combat them. Excuse number one: couponing takes too much time.
Week nine of back-to-school shopping is here! This week we’re excited about the cheap computer paper (again), the graph paper, the poster board at Rite Aid and all the penny/cheap items at the office supply stores.
Don’t forget to see if your state is hosting any tax-free shopping days for back-to-school purchases of supplies, clothing and electronics! Learn more here.