Two Simple Savings Methods for 2014

Simple Savings Methods

Simple Savings Method #1:

52 Week Savings Plan – Start by saving just $1 in the first week, $2 in week two, $3 in week three and so on.  By the end of 2014 you’ll have $1378!   To keep your motivation from running dry by the end of the year, you can do this in reverse.  Save $52 the first week, $51 the second, and so forth.

Simple Savings Method #2:

$5 Savings Plan – Save each $5 bill that comes into your possession.  It’s an easy, painless way to save!

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10% Off Your ENTIRE Target Purchase In Stores (Through 12/22)

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Because the recent credit card issues that Target has had (See the official statement HERE), Target is offering a 10% off your entire purchase in stores and online.  There are no coupons needed.  It’s an automatic discount.  You can use manufacturer’s coupons.  However you CAN’T use Target store coupons with this discount. See the details and fine print of this promotion HERE.

There are also a few exclusions:  all gift cards, entertainment cards, airtime cards, prepaid cards, iTunes cards, Apple, Bose, all video games, Playstation 4 consoles, Xbox One consoles, Target Mobile(SM), prescriptions, optical, clinic, and alcohol purchases.

This offer is good through Sunday 12/22/

Reminder: FREE Target Gift Card from Kellogg’s

Free Target Gift Card

Have you heard of the Kellogg’s Rewards Program?  It’s pretty simple.  There are codes on Kellogg’s products that you can redeem for gift cards and other items.

Right now Target has specially marked boxes of Eggo waffles.  Purchase 4 and enter the codes to receive a FREE $5 Target e-certificate. Plus, every time you enter a code, you could also instantly win a $50 Target e-giftcertificate.  They are giving away 500 total.

*Note:  You will need to sign up or sign in for this promotion.