Save On Healthy Essentials This Month

(Disclosure: This post is part of the HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® 2014 program by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. and The Motherhood, who sent me a box of products and compensated me for my time. Opinions, experiences and photos shared here are all my own, and I hope you enjoy them.)

This month, HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® is offering amazing printable coupons for all the products you and your family love. You can save over $55 by visiting http://www.HealthyEssentials.com in April and signing up for HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® program coupons and offers.

Here are some of the fantastic deals they are offering:

  • Save $1.00 on any JOHNSON’S® Baby Intense Moisture Cream
  • Save $1.00 on any LUBRIDERM® product (6oz or larger)
  • Save $1.00 on any (1) CLEAN & CLEAR® product (excludes trial and travel sizes)
  • Save $1.00 on any (1) NEUTROGENA® Sun product (exclude trial size)
  • Save $1.00 on any (1) LISTERINE® SMART RINSE Anti-cavity Mouthwash, 500 ml
  • Save $1.00 on any (1) REACH® Total Care Floss, or REACH® Gentle Gum Care Floss, or REACH® Dentotape® or REACH® Access® Flosser
  • Save $2.00 on any (3) NEOSPORIN®, BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive bandages or JOHNSON and JOHNSON RED CROSS® Brand products (excludes all trial and travel sizes, First Aid Kits, 10 ct Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages, and On-the-Go First Aid Kits. Must buy (2) different brand products to qualify for this offer along with a third product)

I also love that they are celebrating Earth Day by sharing about recycling. Wondering what bathroom items you can recycle? Check out their list here. I was surprised to learn that only 1 in 5 people recycle anything from their bathroom.

 Twitter Party

Join us for a HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® Twitter party, Thursday, April 17, at 1 p.m. ET, all about shareable moments with friends and family – anywhere from online to in the store to your own medicine cabinet. You can use the #Moms4JNJConsumer hashtag to follow along, and see more details and RSVP at the Twtvite: http://twtvite.com/jnjearthday.

Save Money With The 2014 ENTERTAINMENT® Coupon Book {Giveaway}

Everyone likes to save money. Many do this in a variety of ways, one of them being coupons. If you love to coupon you have probably heard about the ENTERTAINMENT® coupon books that are filled with great deals. I was excited to get one to review because I remember my parents having them when I was younger and getting to try out new places because we had coupons for them.

Featuring more than 250,000 locations to save across the United States and Canada, the 2014 edition of the iconic ENTERTAINMENT® book includes hundreds of 50% off and two-for-one discounts. Members have access to thousands of dollars of savings from local, regional and national brands all while supporting local schools and fundraising efforts. Savings are available for restaurants, groceries, shopping, services, movie tickets, travel, car care, local sports attractions and much more. The savings from using just a few of the coupons pays for the cost of the book!

Prefer mobile coupons? Anyone who purchases the 2014 edition also gets access to online and mobile savings through the website and mobile app, allowing you to save even more. I love this option because I sometimes forget my coupons at home but I always have my phone on me.

Available in 120 different city editions, the 2014 ENTERTAINMENT® Book Memberships can be purchased at www.entertainment.com, through a local fundraiser or retail partner, or by calling 888-231-SAVE (7283).  All of the coupons available in the 2014 edition are valid through Dec. 30, 2014.

GIVEAWAY:

One reader will win a 2014 ENTERTAINMENT® Coupon Book for the Chicago South & West Areas

(This book includes coupons for: Buca di Beppo, Food4Less, Howl At The Moon, Papa Johns, Pump It Up, Hollywood Palms, Target, American Airlines and 100s of other brick-and-mortar & online locations)

HOW TO ENTER:

{Do any or all of the following, leave a separate comment for each you do}

1) Tell me which place you hope there is a coupon for

2) Share this giveaway on a social network

3) Follow me on Twitter

Giveaway ends November 15, 2013 at 11:59pm Central time. Must be 18 or over and a US resident to enter.

(Disclosure: I received a coupon book for free. All thoughts are my own.)

National Fall Festival Savings

(Disclosure: I will be receiving admission to one of these great Fall festivals below.)

Ready for some Fall Festival Deals!? I have a great list of Corn Maze Coupons and Fall Festival savings nationwide.  Download valuable coupons for Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches and Fall Family Activities. Enjoy! :)

Arizona
Schnepf Farms – Queen City

California
Forneris Farms – Mission Hills

Colorado
Anderson Farms – Erie
Flat Acres Farm – Parker
Fritzler Maze – La Salle
Sunflower Farm – Longmont
Mile High Farms – Bennett
Wishing Star Farm – Calhan
Harvest Farm – Wellington

Louisiana
CM Farms – Dry Creek

Georgia
Lane Southern Orchards – Fort Valley
Poppell Farms – Odum

Illinois
All Seasons Orchard – Woodstock
Kuipers Family Farm – Maple Park
Odyssey Fun Farm – Tinley Park
Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm – Lockport

Indiana
Amazing Fall Fun – Waterloo
Harvest Tyme Pumpkin Patch – Lowell
Hobson’s Fun Farm – Rockville

Maryland/DC
Summers Farm – Fredrick County

Massachusetts
Sauchuk Farm – Plympton

Michigan
Farmer Charley’s Corn Maze Adventure – Monroe

Missouri/Kansas

KC Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Gardner
Shuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Pleasant Hill

Mississippi
Seward Farms Maze – Lucedale

Minnesota
Afton Apple Orchard – Hastings

Montana
The Maize at Grandpa’s Farm – Billings

Nebraska
Camp Fontanelle – Nickerson

New Jersey
VonThun Farms – Monmouth Junction
Sahl’s Father Son Farm – Egg Harbor City

New York
Wright Family Farm – Warwick
Harbes Family Farm – Mattituck

North Carolina
Patterson Farm Market and Tours – Mount Ulla

Ohio
The Corn Maze at the Sharp Run Market – Millersburg
Meadow View Growers – New Carlisle

Pennsylvania

Hurricane Hill Farm – Coatsville
Triple B Farms – Pittsburgh
Reillys Summer Seat Farm
 – Pittsburgh

Rhode Island
Confreda Greenhouses & Farms – Hope (Western Cranston)

Texas
Devine Acres Farm – Devine
Fiesta Farm – San Antonio
Yesterland Farm – Canton
South Texas Maize – Hondo
Dewberry Farm – Brookshire
Brazos Valley Maize– Brenham

Utah
Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest – Spanish Fork

Virginia
Cows-N-Corn – Midland
Wayside Farm Fun – Berryville
Belvedere Plantation – Fredericksburg

For Daily Updates on these coupons and coupons for other family attractions please visit and bookmark: http://www.usfamilycoupons.com 

(Disclosure: I will receive tickets to one of the locations above.)

Exclusive Coupons For Family Fun In Illinois {Summer 2013}

Hope you all are enjoying your summer! I wanted to share some great coupons with you all to help you save money this summer and have fun with your families on a budget :)

 

Gorton’s Seafood Giveaway {3 Winners}

Through May 8, Gorton’s is giving away more than 100 weekly prizes on “Fisherman’s Friday”. They also have a large grand prize they are giving away. In total, prizes are worth nearly $10,000!

I love Gorton’s seafood products. Many people associate their name with “fish sticks” but they have so many other fantastic products. Our favorite is the shrimp scampi in sauce which I serve over noodles for a quick dinner. We also like the salmon filets which are great paired with rice and a veggie. Their newest products are Skillet Crisps, which are tilapia that are lightly coated and seasoned.

GIVEAWAY:

3 winners will each win 2 coupons for free Gorton’s seafood products

HOW TO ENTER:

{Do any or all of the following, leave a separate comment for each you do}

1) Leave a comment telling me why you want to win

2) Like Gorton’s Seafood on Facebook

3) Like Making Time For Mommy on Facebook

4) Follow me on Pinterest

5) Share this giveaway on a social network

6) Enter another one of my giveaways {found here}

Giveaway ends on May 8, 2012 at 11:59pm Central time. US only.

(Disclosure: I received product coupons but all thoughts are my own.)

Guest Post: Price Matching 101

*The following is a guest post from Shelly at Coupon Teacher.  She loves to save time and money.*

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First, let me preface my post by saying that I am not endorsing Walmart in this post.  As a matter of fact, I avoid going to Walmart like the plague.  But for busy moms, stores that price match, including Walmart, can be an easy solution to saving money.

What is Price Matching?

Several grocery stores, electronics stores, and office supply stores offer what is called price matching.  In other words, they will give you the advertised price on an EXACT item that you planned to purchase at another store.  Let’s say I really need Kraft cheese, Dannon Yogurt, and Cheerios at the store.   Those items probably aren’t all on sale at the same store at the same time.  Pricing matching means, I would look through my ads for those items, circle the prices, and take the ads with me to the store that is willing to price match.

Here is the Price Matching policy from Walmart (most other price matching stores have similar policies):

  • We do not honor advertisements that require a purchase in order to receive the advertised price or free product.
  • We do not honor “Buy One / Get One Free” advertisements.
  • We do not honor double or triple coupons or percent off advertisements.
  • We do not honor other retailers’ “Misprinted” advertised prices.
  • We do not honor Internet Pricing.
  • We do not honor competitor advertisements from outside of the store’s or Club’s local trade territory.

How does it save you time?

Well, if you are like me and trying to save money for your family, you go to more than one store each week for groceries.  I go to each store in my area and buy what is on sale.  This can get to be pretty time consuming and use a lot of gas (my stores are all within a mile of each other and closer than my Walmart).  There are only two ways that price matching takes up your time.  It takes a few minutes to look through the ads, and it will take longer at the checkout than a regular transaction.  Assuming your checker has the register under control; it should still save you a ton of time over running around to different stores.

How does it save you money?

You will get the sale price for the item, which would usually be lower than the store’s regular price.  At Walmart and some other price matching stores, you can still use coupons on the items you price match.  It will also save you money on gas, because you aren’t running to different stores all week.

I am definitely not saying that Price Matching is for everyone, but it can be a valuable tool for saving money.

What about you, do you price match items?

Shelly is a full-time fourth grade teacher and blogs at Coupon Teacher. She wants you to share and celebrate your successes with her, and she may give you a few tips along the way!  Right now, she is offering a free savvy shopping course.  She would love for you to join her!

Old Navy Giveaway

To pop or not to pop, that is the question. Old Navy puts a fun twist on the classic preppy top with the Item of the Week! Women’s Fashion Polos come in playful patterns and have a surprise you’ll like. Pop your collar and find a different color underneath! They’re $8, reg. $14.50, 7/23–7/29. In-store only.

See Women’s Fashion Polos under the “Weekly Ad” tab at Old Navy’s Facebook Page. While you’re there, click “Barker’s Bones” and dig around for super savings. This week’s highest-value, unlimited coupon is $10 off $50. Play once a week for fab savings. Happy Digging!

Giveaway

10 readers will receive $50 off $100 coupons in pdf form (so all you have to do is click and print). These coupons expire July 29th.

How To Enter

Women’s Fashion Polos have cool collars that pop with different colors underneath. Are you daring enough to pop your collar, or are you the type to keep it down low? Answer this question below and I will give coupons to the first 10 who do so.

Please note… you MUST leave a valid email so I can send you the coupon. All coupons are good for one use only.

(Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this post. I was given this opportunity through Old Navy’s PR Firm.)