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All You Giveaway – CLOSED


ALL YOU recently announced the winner of their America’s Smartest Shopper contest in its September issue which is on newsstands now.  In addition to Walmart stores nationwide, ALL YOU is also sold now in select Publix, Kroger, CVS and Dollar General stores among others.  Of course you can subscribe to All You (click the image above to check it out).

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The September issue pictured above is available for purchase.  Pick up your copy for cute pumpkin ideas (like this sweet Pumpkin full o’ kittens craft), 12 go-to weeknight suppers, secrets to saving on your groceries and much more.  Included are great smart shopping tips that the finalists in the Smart Shopper contest shared as well.
All You is hosting a Giveaway for our readers!  We have (2) $25 gift cards from Dunkin Donuts and (1) $25 gift card from Barnes and Noble.  smartest shopping tip is to win some gift cards that we will supply.   We will have (3) total winners.  The giveaway ends on 9/25/13 at midnight ET.
To Enter:  Tell us your best Smart Shopper Saving Tip
Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post from ALL YOU however all opinions are 100% our own.
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Comments

  1. jodi bradshaw says

    buy what you need. its so easy to get caught up on sales and coupons and end up buying stuff that you don’t need/want and its actually wasting money more than anything.

  2. Christy Anderson says

    I look at sales before I go shopping and have a list and do not buy anything that is not on the list!

  3. Robie B says

    The key is to collect & organize your coupons, then when there’s a good sale/deal on an item, use your coupons. It’s all in timing. Stock pile when items are at rock bottom prices. If a store has “member” cards (ie. Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Safeway, etc) get onboard so you earn rewards & member discounts. Subscribe to receive multiple Sunday newspapers, or ask friends & neighbors who throw theirs away. Make friends with your mail carrier to hook you up with extra inserts. You can also find & print coupons from online. I’m a newbie at couponing, but it didn’t take me long to “get with the program.” No more spur of the moment spending when something runs out because I have a supply of what I need and only shop when things go on sale to maintain my stockpile. :)

  4. Tabathia B says

    I always check to see if there are online coupons that can be loaded on to my loyalty cards, check ibotta and I review my saving star account to make sure that i have coupons loaded and my cards added so that if I purchase something I can be credited. I also review sales, have my coupon matchups in a list

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  5. Tara Liebing says

    Always look through the store ad and your coupons before going to the store and make a list of what you are going to buy and what coupon you are using.

  6. Anna says

    I keep coupons and check the weekly circulars, and I buy and stock up (not too much though, just what we will use in the next 1/2 to 1 year) there will be a lot more sales. Also I check different web sites/blogs that helps me figure out what is a good deal. Also ibotta app, and targets app is great!
    I can at target get wonderful deals by adding regular coupons, target coupons, cartwheel and ibotta!! saving saving saving!

  7. Cheryl O W says

    Stack a manufacturer coupon, Target coupon and use the Target Cartwheel app to get the highest amount of savings!

  8. June Lisle says

    Always have coupons and a plan for shopping. Don’t go without a list and a general idea of how much you are going to spend.

  9. Pat Caruso Burgess says

    I always write out my grocery list in order of the layout of the store. That way i avoid having to backtrack and possibly grabbing an unneeded item on impulse. I also take advantage of Kroger’s new e-coupons they provide each week–they are so convenient!

  10. rachel says

    Target offers great coupon opportunities. In my town, no grocery will let you use a store coupon and manufacturer coupon other than Target. They also have Cartwheel deals. I load up on whatever deals I can find there — usually toiletries.