Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 25

Military Discounts – a small way to say thank you

Military Discounts: When I wrote about getting a discount on just about anything in this post  Paul reminded our military members to ask if a military discount is offered. I figured I would try to round up some businesses that offer a military discount, it is the least we can do to honor our service men …

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May 24

The secret to getting a discount on just about anything!

    Couponing has taught me that deals are everywhere, and the secret really isn’t a secret at all – Sometimes all you have to do is ask!  That’s right, ask for the discount. Steve and I were in Sports Authority last week, and we picked up a tent on sale. It pained me to …

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May 04

Target names new Chief Information Officer

Effective May 5th, Bob DeRodes will assume the position of Target’s Chief Information Officer, replacing Beth Jacob. He will try to reinforce consumer confidence in Target, after one of the largest data security breaches you can read about here.   Target is trying to repair its’ reputation by hiring a new chief information security officer and a chief compliance …

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May 03

Amazon – no more tax break to Florida residents!

I love Amazon. I shop primarily for books, and always spend the required amount for free shipping (recently increased to $35) On Thursday Amazon began to charge sales tax for shoppers who reside in Florida. Amazon plans to open facilities Polk and Hillsborough counties, which is why the implementation of sales tax became necessary. I …

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May 01

JCPenney Coupon – $10 off $10 Purchase!

  $10 off $10 Purchase at JCPenney! Check your mailboxes for this baby! One thing I must say I love about couponing, is it changes the way you see things. For example, before I started couponing, I would take this coupon to JCPenney and use it to blow $100! Hey, I saved $10, right? Now, …

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