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My Favorite Black Friday Deals – Instant Pots and More!

I sent this out to my subscribers earlier this week, but since I’ve had so many new subscribers (welcome to the Crunchy Hippie Life community!), I wanted to share this here! Instant Pot Deals I posted on the blog earlier this week about why I love my Instant Pot and how to score one for under $40 on Black Friday. The short version is this: Open a new Ebates account (get $10 automatically when you sign up through my link!). Use Ebates to shop on Kohls.com. The 6qt DUO Instant Pot is on  ...

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How to Save Big on Black Friday

It is no secret how much I love my Instant Pot and firmly believe everyone needs to own one. With Black Friday being this week, I did some shopping to take the guesswork out of finding the very best deals for this magical appliance. Here are the results: Kohls 7-in-1 6qt Instant Pot Save 15% ($12) with code SAVEBIG15. Get $15 back in Kohls cash. Save an extra 6% shopping through Ebates. Original price: $129.99 Sale price: $79.99 Pay = $67.99 (+ tax) – $15 Kohls cash = $52.99 –  ...

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How to Save Money When Shopping Online

I’ve always loved shopping online. Who doesn’t love getting things in the mail? Now that we live in the middle of nowhere, online shopping has become less of a luxury and more of a necessity. Did you know you can’t buy a car seat anywhere in this town? I heard a rumor that one store just recently started carrying maternity clothes, but I have yet to see them. But I digress… Shopping online can get expensive very quickly. I’ve been using apps to help me earn  ...

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Saving Money on Christmas Gifts – Part 3: Groupon Coupons

Part three in our series for saving money on Christmas gifts brings us to a newer Groupon feature. I wrote before about the amazing wonders of Groupon Goods, but did you know that there are also Groupon Coupons? I am a recovering coupon queen. Yes, I was one of “those people.” I had bookshelves dedicated to my stocks of razors, shampoos, and hair dyes. I had buckets of toothpaste. I had a 5 inch zippered binder that held all of my coupons in neatly organized card pages so heavy  ...

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