Friday, February 27, 2015

GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ Review

My BzzKit sent from BzzAgent
My girls love fruits, but when we run out of fresh fruits we usually have some sort of fruit snacks in pouches. My little one is very picky about the taste of fruit snacks in pouches. When I received a FREE box of GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ Apple Pear Carrot Flavor from BzzAgent, my girls were thrilled and they immediately tried them.

Both of my girls screamed out and said, "we love this!!!!! Get some more!". They thought that it was very tasty and they didn't even notice that carrots were one of the ingredients. They were surprised to read it on the packaging afterwards. I'm happy that my girls are happy and I'm very pleased that they are made with 100% all-natural fruits and veggies. I'm very health conscious about what my girls eat so I was happy to see that this product has no high-fructose corn syrup, GMOs, added colors, added flavors or preservatives. The 4 free pouches of GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ Apple Pear Carrot Flavor were gone in one day!!!!

I’ve already purchased 3 more boxes of GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ Apple Pear Carrot Flavor since I received my free box to try out. Those three boxes are almost gone as well. I better go back to the store to pick up more GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ soon!

I've had a great experience with GoGo squeeZ Fruit & VeggieZ, but please know that my experience and your experience with this product maybe different. Although, I received this product for free of charge, I always write my honest opinion about the product based on my own experience.

My Friday Shopping Savings 2/27/15

I love freebies:) 
I took advantage of Kroger’s FREE Friday Download and SavingsStar Friday Freebie today. First, I downloaded a digital coupon to my Kroger account for one Free Mtn Dew Kickstart! Then I went to SavingStar’s site and added "Save 100% when you buy ONE (1) 1lb. box of Domino® or C&H® Brown Sugar” offer to my account.

I’ve already gone to the store and picked them up. The digital coupon for the Free Mtn Dew Kickstart is only available to download today and once it is on your account, it expires on 03/15/2015. I had to pay for the brown sugar at Kroger, but once I uploaded the receipt to SavingStar, they will credit my account for the full price of this brown sugar in 2-3 days. Once my SavingStar account reaches $5.00, I can cash out via PayPal. As a matter of fact, I've already cashed out $6.00 last week. My life time savings using SavingStar has been $43.34. If you don’t have a SavingStar account, sign up today to start saving extra cash on your grocery shopping trip. It’s free and easy. SavingStar’s today's freebie is available to redeem until Sunday, March 1, 2015, so hurry and get your freebie before it’s gone.

In addition to the above freebies, I've also done other shopping trips using Ibotta app’s digital rebate coupons. Between last week and this week, I was able to complete the extra bonuses level 1 and 2  which gave me an extra $5 in bonus money in addition to the redeemed coupons. Just a few minutes ago, I cashed out for a $10 gift card to and $16 cash out to my PayPal account. I also wanted to to let you know that Ibotta offers a lot more than the grocery coupons. They have rebate coupons for online, apparel, movie theaters and more. Two weeks ago, I used its rebate offer. I spent $100 and got $10 back:) Plus it offered free shipping so I saved a ton of money by purchasing my children’s clothing on sale. It was actually a better deal than going to the actual store. Saved my time, gas and money. If you would like to try ibotta, please follow my referral link:  I believe that I do get $2 bonus for referring people once they sign up and redeem their first rebate. I greatly appreciate you for following my link in advance. Once you sign up, you can too refer your friends and family to start earning extra bonuses for yourself as well.  My life time earnings from Ibotta is $265.50 since I joined back in April 2013. Just in this month, I’ve earned $31.25:)

As always please remember that your experience using these apps / websites may be different than what I experienced. Always do your own research before signing up with a new website / app.

Happy Savings!

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

I received free magazine subscriptions!

I found this site called Recyclebank back in November and tried it out myself. It’s a site that educates people about the importance of recycling. It is absolutely free to sign up. It will not cost you anything. This site offers points on certain topics regarding recycling that you read, answer questions, etc. Your accumulated points in your account can be exchanged for things like magazine subscriptions, coupons, and more at their rewards page.

I was able to get enough points in no time to exchange for a free 1 year magazine subscription to 4 magazines. At first, I wasn’t sure about how legitimate this site was, but all my magazines that I ordered have arrived at my door step without any issues. After exchanging my points for magazines, I still had more points, so I’ve also exchanged those points for a $20 off coupon code for Omaha Steak back in December. It was a great deal.

So far, I’ve learned many things regarding recycling from recycle bank that I didn’t know about before. Because of this site, I’m more conscious about things that I can be recycling in my household. If you would like to learn more about recycling, I would suggest everyone to visit recycle bank.

I do have an account with Recyclebank website, but this blog is not affiliated with Recyclebank to write this post in anyway. I’m simply writing this post based on 100% of my own experience / opinion and I thought that the information about Recyclebank is very beneficial for my blog readers. Hope this information helps. This is purely based on my own experience with Recyclebank, so please understand that my experience may differ from yours. Always do your own research before signing up with a new site.

Happy Recycling!