Dominick’s just for u Review & Giveaway(Closed)

just for u

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September was National Coupon Month.  I admit I’m not a faithful coupon clipper but I envy those that are.  Although, being a family of five, I’m always looking for the best way to maximize my grocery shopping.  Looking in our local sales papers, taking inventory so that I won’t purchase something we already have or preparing a grocery list are just a few ways I try to stay on budget. 

Last month I was contacted by a representative of Dominick’s to try out a new program they are rolling out called “just for u“.  This program allows you to save money based on your purchasing history.  This solved one of my main reasons for not clipping coupons frequently.  Most of the coupons I see in the sales paper, my family doesn’t eat.  When signing up with the just for u program, you link your Dominick’s Fresh Value card with your “just for you” account and that’s when the savings begin.

There are 3 ways to save!

1. Coupon Center– This is were you get your digital coupons.  Yep! No more clipping coupons.  Coupon Center is the largest grocery coupon site in North America.  Once signing into the Dominick’s site, click on the coupon center, peruse the coupons, click the add button & the coupon is automatically added to you Fresh Value Card. 

2.Personalized Deals– These deals are good for up to 90 days.  They are either something you’ve recently purchased or some items that you have added to your deals list.  **It also has an expiration date so you will know when your deal ends.  You may also click the add button to add them to your list as well.

3.Your Club Specials– These are the items that are currently Fresh Values.  Again you click the add button and add them to your list.

Once you have completed browsing the was you will save, either print your list or do the Green thing & email it to your mobile phone. 

Pros: Program is excellent!  As I said before, I avoided clipping coupons because the items we use I could never find a coupon for.  We’ve brought enough Gatorade to fill a small swimming pool!  Since gatarode is one of the items I purchased, the coupon savings is on my personalized deals list for up to 90 days.   

Cons: While shopping I noticed some of the sale price items required you to buy multiple of that item in order to receive the lowest discounted price.  Although, you still receive a savings, it’s just not the lowest savings.  That was a slight draw back for me.  As a member I would like to receive the lowest price without over extending my budget. 

Now, I have something “just for u“!  I have two $25.00 Dominick’s gift cards for 2 of my readers.  This is how you can win….Leave a comment on how you think the “just for u” program will benefit you.  Giveaway will close on October 29th at 11:59pm. 1 entry per person

 

Disclosure: I received (8) $25.00 Dominck’s gift cards for myself & to giveaway to my readers in exchange to review the “just for u” program.  These are my honest opinions and views of the “just for u” program.

Nicole

Helping Moms power on faith, Tune-In to family life, Flip through to do list, Turnip in the garden & tell you what’s on the Menu. Nicole is a wife, mother of 3 and a Chorkie. Blogging and vlogging about the things that she enjoys in life, her family, cooking, gardening, decorating, planning, crafts/diy, thrifting, giving roadside finds new life and more.

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The Coupon Sista Motivates us for National Coupon Month

Motivational Monday

 

 

 

 

September is National Coupon Month. I myself have began to use coupons but somehow always seem to get off track. I thought this would be the opportune time to seek some advice from a fellow Blogger friend who’s coupon website I visit often if not daily. Stacie from The Coupon Sista will help motivate us to save money we continuously throw down the drain. Be so kind to help me welcome Stacie, The Coupon Sista! Don’t forget to stop by her blog to see all the savings she shares.  Thank You Stacie for sharing these great tips with us!!!!

The Coupon Sista Motivates us for National Coupon Month

 

Many people have used coupons at one time or another.  However, some choose not
to because of the stigma that sometimes goes along with it.  In the past,
coupons have been seen as only for poor people.  This is an unfortunate way of
thinking.  If you’re not using coupons, you are simply throwing money away, and
now a days, who can afford to do that?

You may be thinking,”I know, Coupon Sista, but it seems to complicated and I
don’t know where to start”.  Well, that’s why I’m here!  I have a few tips to
start you out.

1. Change your mindset.  Coupons are money!  Once you start seeing it that way,
you’ll be more aware and apt to use them.

2.  Purchase a coupon organizer.  I got mine from Walmart for around $5.  It’s
really basic, but it’s great for starting out.  Keep it with you at all times!

3. Buy more than one newspaper.  You will need multiple coupon inserts in order
to stockpile items when they go on sale.

4. Visit websites such as redplum or smartsource to print coupons online. 
You’ll find high value coupons that can’t be found in your newspaper’s  coupon
insert.  I even have a link to coupons.com on my website, The Coupon Sista.

4.  Lastly, learn your stores sales cycles.  Start taking note (literally) of
when the items you shop for go on sale.  The cycle usually runs every 12 weeks,
so you’ll know when to stock up on items.  The purpose of this is to buy enough items
at the sale price to last the 12 week time period until it goes on sale again. 
This way, you’ll pay the absolute cheapest price for your family’s favorite
foods.

Try these tips and you’ll find that using coupons is easy and your purse will
thank you!

Stacie B.
http://thecouponsista.blogspot.com/

Nicole

Helping Moms power on faith, Tune-In to family life, Flip through to do list, Turnip in the garden & tell you what’s on the Menu. Nicole is a wife, mother of 3 and a Chorkie. Blogging and vlogging about the things that she enjoys in life, her family, cooking, gardening, decorating, planning, crafts/diy, thrifting, giving roadside finds new life and more.

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