She bought diapers for 20 cents a pack and earned the applause of the cashier checking her out and prompted her friends to ask her to start a website. Her family of 3 lives on a weekly grocery budget of $50 including diapers and toiletries. She often gets food items for free by putting in an hour of couponing a week and doesn’t remember the last time she paid for shampoo or toothpaste by using coupons. Over the past year Clair Boone’s website and money saving tips has helped thousands of people all over the US save $100s of dollars and now she's got a new blog to show you more tips and tricks.

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Free Things for Earth Day

Just like Tax Day, Earth Day is another day that stores offer free goods or items.

Speaking of Earth Day, next week at Mummy Deals we’re celebrating with a series of videos called Go Green and Save Green followed by a series of giveaways.  Someone is going to win an Orient Watch! Woot woot!

  • Disney Stores: You can receive a FREE Eco-Friendly Baseball Cap  when you bring in 6 empty plastic water bottles or soda cans to be recycled. *Limit one cap per Guest, while supplies last.
  • Los Angeles readers: Free tire pressure checkups from .
  • EarthBound Farms reusable tote giveaway and more.
  • Lowe’s: Build & grow clinic for Kid’s 4/17/10.
  • Pottery Barn Kids is having an Earth Day celebration from 11am – 3pm on 4/22/10.
  • Target: Free eco-friendly tote on 4/18/10
  • Walgreens: $1.00 ink refills on 4/22/10. More Walgreens deals here.
  • On April 17, 2010 select Walmart stores will be sampling Sun Chips. More info here

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  1. Sheryl 10/18/2015 at 6:43 pm

    John great site. Although I am a casual music lover, you obluiosvy know your stuff. I am impressed with the site and your insights. With all the albums you own, it will take you a log time to digitize all of them. Truly a work of love.