Walgreens has some AMAZING hot deals this week! I’ll show you exactly how I did each of these deals to help you save big on your groceries this week!
I got this video out later than I had planned. When I woke up, I wasn’t feeling very well. Once I started doing the deal match ups, I got super energized and had to share this week’s deals with y’all. I am going to do at least one, if not two, more Walgreens videos this week.
Please have a listen to the beginning of the video because I am asking for some feedback on what kind of videos you want to see. There are a few options that I give and ask you to vote with your comments on YouTube.
Here’s where kids can eat for FREE at national chains throughout the United States!
Saving Money While Dining Out
If you have children, you know that going out to eat can get expensive. However, as the primary chef around my home, I know it’s nice to have a night off from the kitchen.
I have been putting together a list, sending emails, and making phone calls to round up the restaurants currently offering a kids eat free promotion. Many local restaurants also have deals, so definitely ask around at your favorite places to see what specials are available.
TIP: While I verified these offers, the offers can change at any time and/or vary by location. Not all locations of these chains will participate as described below. Definitely call and double check before heading to the restaurant.
Tuesday nights are family nights! Dine in and get a free kid’s meal (with an adult entree purchase) every Tuesday from 4pm-close. Bob Evans
Dine in on Wednesdays where kids ages12 and under can get a kid’s meal for $1 with the purchase of an adult entree. Kids can also get their own dough ball and take home an avocado pit to grow their own tree!
Note: The Denny’s I called was not currently running the promo, but they said other locations might be.
Dickey’s BBQ Pit
Every Sunday, one kiddo (aged 12 and under) per check can get a free kid’s meal with a minimum $12 purchase. This offer is not valid with any other promotions/discounts/coupons. Offer available at participating locations only.
Kids 11 and under eat for free when staying at a Holiday Inn Hotel. This applies to the kid’s menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner when dining with an adult guest (staying at the hotel) that orders an adult entree. This is limited to up to 4 children per family, per meal.
Maggiano’s is famous for their family style meals (minimum of 4 people for this style of dining). When ordering the Family Style dinner option, kids 4 and under eat for free and kids ages 5-12 are $17.99.
Lots of great deals over at Walgreens this week! So many, in fact, I will be posting TWO videos today! I show you deals you can do in store, as well as deals you can do for curbside pickup. I also show you how I put together my deals to use my Spend $60, Get $15 in Walgreens Cash digital booster.
In the video I share lots of great tips that teach you how to make shopping at Walgreens easier and how to get more for your money.
I was able to get about $80 worth of groceries for less than $5 this week shopping at Target and Walmart! In the video, I show you exactly what I bought and what rebate apps I used to score these amazing deals!
First of all, Happy Father’s Day to all the awesome dads out there!!
In this video, I share the AMAZING deals going on at Walgreens this week! I show you how I was able to get $80 worth of items completely FREE. In the video, I break the deals down step-by-step and show you all the items you can get for FREE or cheap!
I also show a great scenario for the Spend $65, Get $15 in Walgreens Cash digital booster. I show you how I would put together a great deal buying groceries for my family!
Want to know how to shop for FREE? In this video I show you exactly how I score tons of items for free each and every week. This video shows you all the great deals over at Target and Walmart this week!
WOW! So many great deals over at Walgreens this week! In the video, I show you how I was able to score all of these items for less than $5!! Seriously. I walk you through each deal step-by-step. I also show you some amazing clearance finds, including grocery items as much as 90% off!!
I had a digital booster for Spend $65, Get $15 in Walgreens Cash. I show you how I used that coupon to snag over $80 in products completely free and a $3 money maker!
Don’t forget to submit your receipts to the PG Good Everyday program. This free program gives you points for buying P&G products and you can redeem those points for gift cards! Get started here for FREE!
I have been wanting to write this post for a couple months now. One of my favorite academic milestones to witness was when my son learned how to read. I remember how he started- by memorizing his favorite books. He then started to sound out words and became frustrated when he couldn’t just get it right. And then, one day, it just clicked. Listening to him read was (and still is) so fun for me. I cherish the times he wants to sit together and read something to me.
He is not a lover a reading. Like me, he is a “math person.” So, in elementary school, all the summer reading programs around town encouraged him to read when I know he didn’t want to. Therefore, I LOVE all the summer reading programs. I love the stores and organizations that provide little incentives to get these young readers engaged with books. So, if you are looking for some great reading programs this summer, here are a few you might want to check out!
Barnes and Noble
Kids in grades 1-6 can earn a FREE book by participating in the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program. Students need to read any 8 books and record them in the summer reading journal. Then, stop by any location between July 1st and August 31st and choose your book from the list here.
Don’t forget to check out their website and look for special events, like Storytime, at your local store.
If you have a Book-A-Million near you, check out their Summer Reading Program from kids in grades K-12! Read 4 of the books from their Summer Reading Adventure section, write about each book in their recording sheet, and then take that sheet with you to the store between June and August. Score a free pencil pouch (while supplies last) for completing the program.
Half Price Books
Half Price Books Summer Reading Program is one of the programs we did every year. We had a location near us and we just love the employees there!
This year they have a Summer Reading Camp, complete with activities for your kiddo! Get more information about the camp HERE.
Also, they have their $5 Bookworm Bucks to reward those little readers! Visit a HPB between June 20th and July 1st, or July 18th-August 1st and campers can get $5 in Bookworm Bucks good for $5 off anything in the store!
HPB has even created a suggested reading list based on the age of the child. You can find that list here.
It’s also a great place to start teaching your kids some money concepts. They can sell their used books and/or magazines and use the cash to buy a new-used book!
Alright, Texans! You know H-E-B is amazing, but did you know they also have a summer reading program? They do!! Kids ages 3-12 must read a total of 10 books and record it on the HEB reading sheet. Once complete, students mail in the log and will receive a “cool prize” for participating!
Y’all remember the Book It! Program, right? Well, it’s still going strong….since the 1980’s. The summer reading program is available June through August for kids in grades Pre-K-6th. Parents set reading goals for their child to achieve. Kiddos who reach their reading goals can earn a FREE personal pan pizza.
For more information and to get enrolled, go HERE.
Of course, you want to check out your local library for a fun summer reading programs and more! Our local libraries have amazing summer programs for all ages!
What are Your Favs?
Are you all aware of additional programs not reflected above? Drop a comment with the organizations you know about!