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With ‘coupons’ expiring, FSU eager to start stringing together wins
By Coley Harvey, Orlando Sentinel, February 8, 2013
TALLAHASSEE If Florida State continues to follow the see saw trend that has come to define its last three weeks, Saturday afternoon’s game at Wake Forest will result in a blowout loss, likely to be determined before the halftime buzzer even sounds. But, if that same trend carries over into next week, the Seminoles will find a way to pick themselves up in the final seconds against visiting No. 8 Miami. Senior guard Michael Snaer will either post up behind the 3 point arc in the closing seconds, or dribble drive into the lane to hit a game winning buzzer beater to beat the hot Hurricanes.
Free couponing video and tips at Southern Savers
January 23, 2013
If you’re new to the coupon world, or just want to brush up on your skills, view a free coupon video and get a free “frugal steals” workbook at Southern Savers. ” Winter apparel: many retailers will offer stronger sales and bigger coupons in January. Expect sales that take up to 80% off merchandise, and look for stacking coupons that slash up to an extra 50% off. Among the stronger sales we saw in January last year: a 50% off printable coupon from The North Face outlet stores, then Editors’ Choice caliber discounts from French Connection , Express (which progressively offered deeper discounts throughout the month)It’s Freebie Friday! Check out our mondo list of free stuff and coupons
Doreen Christensen and South Florida Sun Sentinel, September 21, 2012
It’s Freebie Friday! Let’s celebrate with a savings packed edition of our ginormous freebie free for all! We’ve stuffed our list with deals, treats, samples and coupons to save hundreds of dollars on shopping, dining and fun things to do. Use it to save all weekend. Bob Gorecki, ChicagoStretch your dining dollar
By Carolyn Bigda, August 31, 2012
Eating out typically costs more than cooking at home. But for many younger consumers, the convenience of picking up lunch or dinner on the go is worth the higher price. According to a recent study from Technomic, a research and consulting firm for the food industry, nearly a third of millennials (defined in the study as consumers age 18 to 33) say they do not have time to cook at home as often as they’d like. A little more than a quarter of 34 to 44 year olds feel the same way. Dining budget cuts Learning to juggle work and commute times with grocery shopping and food prep can take practice.80 percent off ‘Enjoy the City’ coupon books with free shipping
Save 80 percent on “Enjoy the City” coupon books with free shipping through Tuesday, Aug. 28 at midnight. The books, normally $20 each, are $4 with a minimum order of four. Plus, orders of 25 or more will be doubled and orders of 50 or more will be tripled. Take full advantge of this final liquidation offer by splitting a 150 book order with savings minded friends.