Sunday Only Los Angeles Times $0.19!

Go here to sign up for the Los Angeles Times and you can select Sunday only.  Use the coupon code 460024 to bring the price down to $0.19 per Sunday paper.  I just paid for a full year and my price was $9.89! 

There are ways to find free coupons by picking them up from coffee shops or getting them from friends and families.  But at $0.19 per paper, I just can’t beat it showing up at my door.

Fall is here!

Welcome back to the Savings Queens!  Brooke and I ended up both taking the summer off of blogging.  But I am back and even more energized to blog about savings again.  Now that we both have a full year of couponing and understanding the sales, we hope to have more advice for those interested.  I have also been creating new goals for myself, with the upcoming wedding, I will need to keep saving!

I also hope to focus on healthy food and meals, with the occansional yummy treat thrown in.  I will also be in need of a new car in the next year or two and need to focus on saving for the upcoming purchase.

Hope you enjoy the blog and feel free to send us questions or comments.


Free week of Yoga

I have always enjoyed yoga and I know that I am saving money in the future by taking care of myself today.  Now you can try yoga for free for one week (if a participating yoga studio is near you).  Check it out here to see if you can get a week for free.   Thanks you Fantabulously Frugal

Another place that I like to find free yoga is online.  Go here for Yoga Today’s free weekly yoga session. 

Where is your favorite place to get free yoga workouts?

Free 2011 Planner

I love planners and I love free planners even more.  Go here for a free 2011 planner.

P&G Deal

Here is a great deal if you are looking for some P&G products, but don’t want to pay full price: 

Vons has a deal if you buy $25 worth of P&G products you get a $10 coupon toward a gift card.    

P&G has a $10 rebate until 9/17 when you spend $30 on Olay, Venus, Covergril, Secret and Pantene products.  

That ends up being $30 worth of product for $10.  I also have quite a few reasons to use the gift card coupon with so many upcoming birthdays. 



It’s been awhile…

Wow, the summer has just flown by and Brooke and I have been pretty busy!  I also had taken some time off from deals.  My closet was overflowing with product and samples…we refer to this closet as Target 🙂

Now that we are in the middle of August and fall is just around the corner, I am ready to start looking for deals again.  I am a bit pickier on the deals and coupons that I save because I don’t want to burn myself out again!  Hopefully, we will again have something that will help you save some money and get the products you like!

One of my first topics of focus is going to be products that apply towards a health savings plan.  We have a health savings plan that we add a little bit of money to each year for those unplanned events.  It turns out we didn’t use it all, so I will be shopping for items that will apply towards the health savings plan.


BOGO Athenos Hummus

Here’s a pretty SWEET coupon: Buy one, get one free Athenos Hummus!

Just “like” Athenos on Facebook, and you’ll be able to print it. I’m at my laptop right now (i.e., no printer!), so you’ll have to let me know if you were able to print it twice!

Thanks, The Coupon Project!!

Free Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

Go here for free energy efficient light bulbs.

Free coffee on Tax Day

Starbucks is offering free brewed coffee today if you bring in your refillable travel mug.

Free Cascade Action Pac

Go here to request your free Cascade Action Pacs.  I tried the action packs yet, but I was able to get a package of them from Rite Aid this week for $1.49 (after in ad coupon and mf. coupon).  Plus, I used a $5 off $20 from the Rite Aid Video Value on my entire purchase.

Have you tried the Cascade Action Pacs?