Entries from July 27, 2008 - August 2, 2008

Thursday
Jul312008

Weekend Update

New Toys R Us Sale, ends August 9th!

20% Off ALL Crib and Toddler Beddings Sets at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

20% Off ALL Step2 Toddler Furniture at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

Save $20 on ALL Strollers and Travel Systems priced $69.99 or more (excludes doll strollers) at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

Save $10 on ALL Play Yards priced $59.99 or more at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

15% Off ALL Avent, Dr. Brown's or Playtex Feeding and Soothing items at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

Save $1 on select Baby Lotion, Bath Wash, Shampoo or Diaper Rash items (excludes Mustela) at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

Save $2 on ANY TWO Diaper Genie Refills at ToysRUs.com 8.3 to 8.9

DisneyShopping


Here's more!

Free Barnes and Noble gift card w/ purchase- 9/30/08

Tampax Pearl free sample

Pantene shampoo free sample

Avenue, $10 off $50- 8/7/08

JCPenney, 15% off- 8/10/08

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Free cosmetics bag from Shape magazine:
Visit beautifulforgood.com and print out the homepage and send to Shape along with your name and address to receive a stylish travel cosmetic bad to carry all your beauty essentials while on-the-go.

Send to
Shape Magazine, c/o Neutrogena Offer
P.O. Box 1919-Murray Hill Station
New York, NY 10056

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Pampers free potty training kit

Swiffer Wet Jet Money Back Guarantee- 6/30/09

Monday
Jul282008

Monday Update

25 free prints from Costco- 8/3/08

Meow Mix sample from Walmart

Staples, 12% off- 8/2/08

Staples, $3 off Post It calendar- 8/20/08

Staples, 50¢ off Post It Highlighters- 8/20/08

Shout, 75¢ coupon

Free Pillsbury Dough boy w/ (3) pop and s/h- 4/30/09

Monday
Jul282008

Beat the Credit Card Companies (and Banks) at Their Own Game

Have you ever been burned by your credit card company or bank? Have you ever had $$$ stolen in unfair bounce fees from debit card purchases? If so, keep reading.

HR 946 is a new law that we need to get passed. From Mary Hunt's blog entry, it will address the following concerns:

  1. Arbitrary interest rate hikes on existing balances
  2. Applying your monthly payment to low-interest debt first
  3. Reducing the time between the bill and the due date
  4. Charging interest on debts paid off the previous month
  5. That horrible “at any time, for any reason” clause
  6. Huge bounce fees
I urge you to use the contact info below and tell them your story. The Center for Responsible Lending has a form letter you can e-mail to your congressional representative, urging a vote for H.R. 946, the Consumer Overdraft Fair Practices Act. If you feel you've been victimized by bank bounce-fee policies, you can tell your story to the Federal Reserve using this form or by e-mailing comments to regs.comments@federalreserve.gov. Be sure to include "Docket No. R-1314" in the subject line and act before Aug. 4, when the Fed's public-comment period ends.

The deadline is August 4th, tell them your story today!