Back to School | New Target Coupons!

It looks like Target is sending out some new store coupon books!  It seems that there’s never any rhyme or reason behind who receives them, so check your mail.  As far as I know, these coupons are only available via snail mail, but I’ll update you if I find out differently.  

The coupons in this booklet are:

  • $1 off of two BIC writing items
  • $2 off of Mead Five Star zipper binder
  • $2 off of $10 Crayola Purchase
  • $1 off of 2 Paper Mate items
  • $1 off of Uni-ball writing item
  • $1 off of Post-it Notes item
  • $1 off of Pilot Frixion 3 ct erasable pens or multipack highlighters 
  • $1 off of Yoobi school supplies purchase of $5 or more (stack with 10% off Cartwheel coupon)
  • $1 off of Tom’s of Maine item
  • $1 off oMrs. Meyer’s hand soap
  • $1 Seventh Generation laundry detergent
  • $1 off of Rubbermaid Lunch Blox
  • $.50 off of 28 ct. or larger Wet Ones
  • $1 off of 2 28 ct or larger Wet Ones
  • 10% off of Goody hair elastics
  • 10% off of Goody bobby pins

There’s also a coupon for a $5 gift card when you spend $75!

Did you get one of these booklets?

 

*HOT* Frozen Backpack MONEY MAKER!!!

Wow!!! Here is an AMAZING offer from Top Cash Back.  This is valid TODAY only, while supplies last!  You can get a Frozen backpack for just $15.29 from Kmart.com, but you’ll receive $17.00 in cash back!  You’ll get a 2.5% bonus if you elect to receive your cash back in the form of an Amazon gift card, which brings your total cash back to $17.42.

Here’s how to get this deal:

You must be a new member of Top Cash Back.  Sign up here: Top Cash Back (If you’ve already signed up, your spouse can make an account).

Search for the Kmart.com Offers

Select the Frozen Backpack deal

Order as directed

*Note: This says you can even use your Shop Your Way rewards on it and still be eligible for cash back!

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Teachers Earn 10% Back on Classroom Supply Purchases at Walmart

Walmart is offering K-12 teachers 10% back on classroom supplies during their Teacher Appreciation Week (July 25th-31st).  Simply make your purchases in the Stationary and Craft departments, register your receipts online, and receive 10% of your total int he form of a Walmart gift card.

For more information, click here: Walmart Teacher Appreciation Week

Sam’s Club Membership + $20 Gift Card + $26 in Free Food + Bonus: $45

 

This popular Sam’s Club deal is back- and better than ever!  In addition to the gift card and free product coupons, you’ll also receive an exclusive $80 in Instant Savings (to be determined).

Please READ this carefully:  You MUST purchase this certificate and take to your local Sam’s Club to redeem before October 27th, 2014.  This is for new members only.  You cannot apply it to renewals, but if your Sam’s Membership is expired, you will be treated as a new member. 

For just $45, you will receive:

    • One-year Sam’s Club Savings Membership (a $45 value)
    • Complimentary membership card for a spouse or other household member
    • $20 gift card valid for any in-club, online or fuel purchases
    • Four Fresh-food vouchers, redeemable at the time of membership activation through Monday, October 27, 2014 (a $26.23 value), including:
      • Sliced oven-roast turkey (22 oz. – $7.98 value)
      • Ciabatta rolls (8 ct. – $3.99 value)
      • Black bean five-layer dip (28 oz. – $7.98 value)
      • Apple pie (10” – $6.28 value)

 

CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR SAM’S CLUB DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP

 

Free Online Courses on Laura Ingalls Wilder and Ozarks History from Missouri State University

 

Missouri State University is offering a FREE online course featuring Laura Ingalls Wilder this fall.  This eight week course will begin on September 22nd and will outline her early years and writings.  There will be a second course featuring later works in early 2015.  To view more information, click here: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Exploring Her Work & Writing LifeFor this course, you will need access to several of the books.  The boxed set is available on Amazon right now for just $32.89!

Also available is Ozarks History: Examining An American Culture

I’ve taken a lot of courses in my lifetime and was just thinking how I was actually glad to be done with school.  I never thought I’d say that, as I love learning new things.  Some of my favorite courses were author specific, and Laura Ingalls Wilder is one of my favorites.  I live not far from where the books were written and have made several trips to the homestead and burial sites.  I am enrolled in this course and am SO excited about it!!!