7/29/12

Win the VISA Back to School Giveaway


VISA knows that going back to school means buying lots of new school supplies. There are backpacks, lunchboxes, paper, pencils, markers, glue, pens, calculators, notebooks, folders, crayons, and so many more  items that fill our shopping lists. Here are some great ideas from VISA to help you stretch your dollar:
  • Stick to your means. The current economy has driven consumers to spend with the money they have, rather than accumulate debt. Using a gift card can help you stick to your budget and spend wisely.
  • Use money-saving perks and benefits. Visa.com has many different benefits at online retailers such as OldNavy.com and Target.com. For a list of all our perks and benefits, visit our website.
  • Track your spending. By keeping track of purchases, monitoring card balances, and checking account histories online, at their bank’s website, you can learn just where the money goes, set and monitor financial goals and better prepare to spend smarter in the future.
VISA wants to hear YOUR tips and tricks for saving money during this busy time of year and to reward you for sharing them here, one reader will win a $25 VISA gift card to help with back to school expenses! To enter, please fill out the Rafflecopter form below. You must be at least 18 years old and live in the US. This giveaway ends at midnight ET on August 12, 2012. Good luck! Sponsored by Visa.com.



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319 comments:

  1. To save money, I make a list of absolutely everything I NEED, not want but NEED, and pounce on all the sales when they happen. Staples, Kohls, everything like that. I come out spending much less money than I would have if I wasn't organized and just got everything that caught my eye.

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  2. My best tip for saving money is to shop at outlets, clearance sales the season before, ebay and always look for coupons or discount codes.

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  3. My tip is to wait until te teacher provides a list of needed items before making any purchases because a lot of the time they provide certain items in the classroom. Also, remember Walmart has price matching, so you can cut down on unecessary trips.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  4. The best trick to saving money is compare all the ads for back to school..Look for coupons,internet,and GC's that come in the mail also.

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  5. We've been shopping clearance racks. Also it's a good idea to take advantage of your state's tax free weekend.

    Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

    Thanks for the chance!

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  6. I wait until the state has the tax free seek or weekend and I make a list of what is really needed. I also go through to see if there are coupons or extra savings at stores.

    As Maureen

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  7. I buy clothes the next size up when they are on sale. Store remolds is the perfect time to get items marked down 1/10th of the regular price. I shop for crayons,paper, etc items at Walmart Sale cause they beat others.

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  8. Look at the local sale circular from sunday newspaper.

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  9. I always check out consignment shops, use coupons, match sales and buy things throughout the year when the items are marked down

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  10. dont take your kids shopping with you

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  11. Shop the sales

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  12. Betsy Barnes
    pinktaz60@hotmail.com

    My best tricks for back to school savings are making sure I have all the items needed on the list and check all sales ads plus things that have no deals I buy on the tax free weekend :)

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  13. take stock of what you need and check prices and use coupons!
    radeeolover at yahoo dot com

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  14. Don'y wait till the first day of school to shop. The good slaes are during the summer.



    sparmeland(at)optonline(dot)net

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  15. Plan ahead and remember not to drive across town for a couple of dollars in savings. You'll lose it in time and gas.

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  16. Price match instead of store hopping.

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  17. Buy whatever is on the super sales. Stockpile, eventually you will need or use it.

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  18. sales coupons and only if you NEED it instead of WANT it, best way to save money is to not spend money! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  19. price comparing to amazon! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  20. In addition to use coupons, watch for sales, don't forget about price match as well.

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  21. The best way to save money is plan ahead, use coupons, try not to buy what you don't need (even if it can be hard), try to look for sales and see if other stores are willing to match the sales or the ads from other stores.
    Thanks for this giveaway!! =)

    JJs2468@aol.com

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  22. Check for sales and get stores to price match if needed. Have a list and stick to it, but also plan ahead while things are on sale. For example, extra glue/glue sticks, notebooks/paper, etc for the middle of the year when your child runs out.
    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com
    June

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  23. It's best to check all the sales and then price match the items on your list at Walmart.

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  24. Make a list of what you need. Then check online for the best prices and who has the best sales. Take advantage of the sales combined with free shipping online to avoid the malls and extra temptations of shopping in the stores.
    seknobloch(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. Decide what can wait until after school has started. A lot of places will discount school supplies after school has began,

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  26. My tip is to not take the kids with you!

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  27. look for some clothes at the goodwill before going to regular stores, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. We pick up a lot of the school supplies at the dollar store.
    Thank you.

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  29. I would say scour your ads, your contacts on blogs, and coupon and code sites. Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  30. I follow money saving blogs like this to get a heads up on all of the sales!

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  31. I list out everything I need and wait for the best deals! I also watch the clearance racks at clothing stores.

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  32. Buy early - check ads for WM, target, etc. and buy what's on sale.

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  33. I try to go school shopping on tax free weekend! You can find good deals then too!
    keshakeke@aol.com

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  34. i buy school supplies all yr long

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  35. I have gotten glue, pens, tape, pencils for free at Target! I got a lot of free stuff last year, and I still have tons of it left! What a person does is get a regular manufacture coupon and combine it with a Target coupon to get items free or almost free!

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  36. Shop early.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  37. Sandy VanHoey7/30/12, 1:21 PM

    I like to watch for sales and combine coupons for the best savings. Plus, grab any coupons online for stores you are going to shop at

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    1. If you can and are able to then I think it's a great idea to shop with friends and buy in bulk.

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  38. buy extra now while it is on sale incase you need it later
    jenniferwinchester@ymail.com

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  39. i always buy when things go on sale. like notebooks. they are like 10 cents apiece when on sale.i buy enough to last the whole school year. otherwise in a few months the kids need more and they are then about 1.59. stockpile is my idea or tip

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  40. I always try to buy on sale and I follow my blogs who list the best deals and try to get these deals!
    pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  41. my best tip is start right after school ends and always watch the clearance sections.

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  42. the $1 racks at toys r us

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  43. I have been shopping the clearance racks and I have been buying the school supplies that are already on sale at Walmart, Walgreens and Staples
    alsmalu at hotmail.com

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  44. Shop at multiple stores and look for the great sales.

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  45. Cindy Merrill7/30/12, 1:42 PM

    To save money, I pick wild blueberries and other edible berries that grow in the woods and freeze them for later use- with the price of fruit going up ( even bananas,they're 89 cents a pound in our area; a few weeks ago they were 49 cents a pound)it makes sense. writer61@yahoo.com

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  46. To save money read your newspaper inserts for sales and deals. Shop around.

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  47. coupons and start back to school shopping early in the year when theres a sale for something get it then

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  48. We buy for our five 2 months in advance, keeping the clothing on layaway. We also get clearance backpacks and store for the coming year.

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  49. Watch for sale. Walmart had a great sale last week when I was in.
    beh2351@frontier.com

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  50. I shop the sales and try to use as many coupons as possible
    marypopmom@yahoo.com

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  51. Don't wait until the back to school season to buy supplies - pick them up as there are deals throughout the year!

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  52. Check the newspaper for sales and take someone with you to help look for stuff.

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  53. Make a list so that you can just check things off - that way you don't buy things twice
    vickie
    vmorgan456 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  54. I buy all ear long for school things-when they are on sae I buy them and put away for when they are needed

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  55. I try to find tons of coupons!

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  56. We've been watching prices and stock up on the items we need when they are on sale. I always pick up a few extra if I get them at the lowest price because I can save it for next year or donate it to our church collection of school supplies.

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  57. Not having any kids worked for me!! :)

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  58. hmmm compare and contrast prices

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  59. Best tip is to buy essentials ahead of time when they are on sale and/or have a coupon.

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  60. Keep it simple and stick to a list and/or budget.

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  61. take advantage of all sales online and in store and start early

    hippopurplemonkey at yahoo dot com
    Jennifer b

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  62. My BEST money savings tips for Back to School is to search and follow great family friendly blogs, twitter and facebook people that are out there constantly searching the web to bring us amazing deals, coupons and savings info. Before you go shopping do your research and check your twitter/facebook savings people for any possible discounts and savings etc. Every little bit helps and can make it a less stressful time for your entire family.

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  63. i look for sales and let the kids choose so they take better care of them
    debbie jackson,
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  64. I like to buy gently used or new at thrift stores

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  65. get extras to last all year so you dont have to pay full price later

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  66. Inventory everything you have before you make your list. You might be surprised at how many pencils and notebooks are still hanging around from the previous school year.

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  67. I check the circulars that come in the Sunday paper for the best prices and deals...ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  68. Combine coupons with sales and start in the beginning of the summer looking for them

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  69. Buy in bulk when Wal-Mart puts them on sale at back to school time.
    For clothing shop at thrift stores & buy gently used items. You will be surprised at the great items you will find!

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  70. shop the back to school sales.

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  71. I take advantage of sales, and I plan a budget before shopping.

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  72. buy items on sale, match coupons with sales and clearance racks for clothes (found $14.99 jeans down to $4.48)

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  73. Go to Sams Club... buy in bulk and save!! chefl@swbell.net

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  74. I use the internet to check prices and find out who has the best prices. Sometimes I can buy it online for much cheaper than I can in the stores!

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  75. I check the circulars for the best deals before shopping.

    safety_chick@hotmail.com

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  76. I go by the supply list and buy only what's needed.

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  77. I just buy the must haves at discount places

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  78. I watch the sales ads and try to get what I need as cheap as possible on sale like crayons, markers, pens pencils, notebooks and folders most of these can be purchased at less thane 30 cents a piece if you shop around

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  79. I love to work with other moms and buy in bulk. This saves time and money. One parent takes one item off the supply list and buys for other kids too, repeat this several times and the list is done!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  80. I always buy clothing 2nd hand.

    eg kaufman

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  81. Coupons, coupons, coupons!!

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  82. tax free days

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  83. i am too old for back to school shopping
    price matching at walmart and walmart for everything else too

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  84. Just pay attention to weekly ads and also TV commercials there are fantastic deals out there

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  85. try to go to stores that double coupons
    gkuroda(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. I always look for sales in sale ads, even if it means going to several different stores to get everything

    Nathansmommy619(At)aol(Dot)com

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  87. I check the ads and use coupons. Sometimes places have things for a penny!

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  88. We take advantage of our state's tax free weekend, use coupons, and buy on sale! Also, only buy what you need.

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  89. shopping early for stationary supplies. I look at all the clearance sections, especially office supply stores. Staples, Office Depot and the such have the BEST clearance items during the summer months.

    myfreebi3s at yahoo dot com

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  90. Check out all of the sale ads and use coupons if you have them. We also get a tax free weekend here.

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  91. Coupons always looking for them!

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  92. My moneysaving tip is to keep an eye on the sales circulars each week to spot good deals.

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  93. Sales and Coupons...often online sales can be even better than going to the store which saves gas and time.


    deeandco3 at gmail dot com

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  94. read and compare circulars

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  95. watch for sales all summer and buy a little each week so you don't have everything to buy when school starts

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  96. i look for sales
    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  97. Stack coupons with sales, and stockpile for the year when you find a rock bottom price.
    Tracy Awalt Juliano

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  98. My tip is look for clothes on discount .

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  99. Only buy what you need- look at the supplies and left-overs from the previous year. Did you buy a 96 count box of crayons and they're still practically new? Re-use them for this year or just buy a 24 count pack!

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  100. Alicia Zirjacks8/1/12, 3:21 PM

    I buy a little bit at a time as things go on sale

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  101. I go on Tax free weekend to save money!

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  102. Wait until school starts and find out what the teacher REALLY needs right of the bat!

    ssgsweeps@ hotmail.com

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  103. Shop the sales and stock up on paper pens and pencils spirals too!

    frogz60@hotmail.com

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  104. I shop end of the season sales and try to always use coupons. Thank you! Laurie Adams,adamsfmreviews at comcast.net

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  105. i try to look for the cheapest deals around
    flycacther91@yahoo.com
    elcane

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  106. I go to the 99cent store.

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  107. I check out blogs that compare the prices then I make a list, use coupons and I am off.

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  108. I try to hit up the sales

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  109. I search the Internet and many blogs for sales and good deals, takes time but worth it. I use coupons as well.

    apoalillo {AT} hotmail dot com
    Alyce Poalillo

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  110. I shop the sales and stock up on what I know they'll need later.

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  111. I go store from store and pick up the best priced sales items at each store.
    Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  112. My best tip for saving money is to shop tax free weekend.
    austma7@aol.com

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  113. I make a shopping list and stick to it. I buy everything on sales.

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  114. Go to the office supply stores and snag up whatever cheap deals they have for the week.

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  115. Hit the sales...so many back to school bargains out there...and make a list. :-) Thank you.
    jaquerichards at yahoo dot com

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  116. Ann Fantom8/1/12, 7:31 PM

    Make a shopping list, set a budget and stick to it.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  117. Take an inventory of what you already have. Something that still fits from last Spring might be a whole new outfit with just a piece or two for Fall.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  118. check all the different store prices beforehand, make lists and use whatever coupons you can. Also shop for school clothes at the end of previous season

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  119. We just buy the essentials (i.e. we don't buy any duplicates of items we already have) and use coupons.

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  120. Keep an eyes out for sales and use coupons.

    slb3334@gmail.com

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  121. Make sure you buy extras for the second half of the year ahead of time while it's all cheap

    (jen487@hotmail.com)

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  122. I like to stock up when I find good deals. I have a bin to store extras which we use as we need the throughout the year. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

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  123. Jennifer Speed8/1/12, 10:40 PM

    try to go when they have tax free weekend and when they have like end of the year deals and buy multiples if you can...

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  124. I shop early for clothes and stuff, but I wait to shop for the supplies when all the store's have them for cheap.

    chrissylea1979 @ gmail(dot)com

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  125. Check the weekly ads. Not all sales happen at the same time. Also, shop at second hand stores. They often have things like notebooks and binders for cheap :)

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  126. I stock up on items the year before when they are on sale for 75-90% off.

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  127. I wait until everything goes on clearance, than I would stock up on everything. Also, by that time, you get the teacher's list, so you don't buy unnessecary items.

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  128. Study the ads and stock up for the entire year when prices are at their best.

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  129. Check the sale ads and stock up!

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  130. Wait for the stores to have their big back to school sale, Staples will have folders for 1cent, I stocked up last year and might not even need to buy anymore this year! School supplies usually do not change each year, so stock up when you find a great sale!

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  131. I go during tax free weekend and use coupons. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep and hope to win :) Thanks !!! corrysue@yahoo.com

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  132. Avoid the major stores for as much of the stuff as you can.

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  133. Buy in bulk and look for sales!

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  134. tax free weekend, bulk buying

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  135. Combine Sales with Coupons.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  136. I stock up on sales year round

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  137. i really like checking fb daily for great deals! thanks to all the bloggers!!!

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  138. I sign up for sites that tell me all the deals and coupon match ups

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  139. watch for great sales
    caseyeve_003 at yahoo dot com

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  140. I watch for all the sales and follow several couponing blogs to see what the freebies are. I also stack the coupons as well to max out the savings.

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  141. Gather what you have so you don't spend money on duplicates.

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  142. My tip is to watch for school supply sales.
    mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com

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  143. Use coupons and shop for things on sale so you get double the savings

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  144. Take advantage of the deals the stores have during the month of august and use those coupons!

    rypm25@aol.com

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  145. Jenny Stanek8/2/12, 7:42 PM

    Absolutely follow the different ads (Target, Walmart, ToysRUs) and make a list of who has the best deals that week. Don't be scared to buy your school supplies at multiple different stores. For example, we bought a backpack from Toys R Us because we got a lunchbox for free, but I fully intend to go buy crayons from Walmart for a quarter! And be willing to try the store brand, Target's Up & Up has great items!

    orangestar17@hotmail.com

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  146. It is about group shopping. Most store offer cheap packs of school items. 1/person, so a group can get more. We all share. We all win.

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  147. I stock up on lunch bags at the before school sales

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  148. Make sure to stock up before school starts. Sales are much better before school is in session. s2inamug at aim dot com

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  149. shop thrift store

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  150. buy in bulk for next year
    Thanks! Janna Johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com janna@feedyourpig on GFC

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  151. Buy all year round when school supplies are on sale, not just at the start of school :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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  152. I stock up throughout the year, especially after the rush in september when everthing is on clearence. This year, I just need to pull the supplies listed and get a few pairs of shoes.

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  153. plan ahead... there are awesome deals everywhere at this time of year. Plan your trip so you know where to get what

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  154. pay attention to local announcements because some churches and businesses giveaway free school supplies. otherwise, check the sales ads online and prepare a list of who has the best deals.

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  155. Mary Calabrese8/3/12, 12:07 PM

    I watch all of the sales.

    ighmeg at yahoo dot com

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  156. I try to save money by only purchasing what we're really going to need right away in school- the rest I buy after school starts when it's on clearance- then I stock up!

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  157. Read the circulars for items on sale, research online the stores you want to shop at, see if they have reward plans you can cash in on and use coupons. See if the stores double coupons or price match.

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  158. I shop the penny deals offered by Staples, Office Max, Office Depot, etc....and I stock up!

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  159. I stock up all year round when the stores have sales. That way I usually have some of the supplies on hand when school starts.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  160. shopping clearance racks

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  161. the usual - i watch the clearance areas and also stock up whenever there is a big sale. this stuff doesn't go bad!

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  162. I don't buy everything at once look at what's on sale every week and pick up an item or two

    yanktheese@yahoo.com

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  163. Look at the local sale circulars that come in the mail or your local paper

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  164. https://twitter.com/TheresaJenkins/status/231801205154787328

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  165. My best trick is to check the prices of what I'm going to buy online before I go shopping.

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  166. compare prices, use coupons, and we always go during the tax free weekend

    cb_shorty2003@yahoo.com

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  167. match coupons with sales.
    tara.huff(at)gmail(dot)com

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  168. Pick up things throughout the year as they are on sale
    pbabcock2004(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  169. Use coupons, check sale papers for current weeks and upcoming weeks when possible, and try to combine sales with coupons.

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  170. Always check prices online before you head out the door to at least give you a good general idea of how much you should spend.

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  171. Get your supplies when things go on sale

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  172. I use back to school shopping sales, and also use newspaper coupons and printed coupons

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  173. My best tip is to get the basics on your child's list. It never fails that if I have bought every single item on the pre school year list that my child's teacher will send an amended list home on the first day.

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  174. I save money by combining coupons with sales and also sticking to a shopping list. Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  175. When you buy qualifying school supplies (or anything else) at Amazon, if you purchase over a certain amount (I think it's $25) you'll get free shipping. Also if you know you're going to run out and need more of a thing on a regular basis, you can do a "subscribe & save" and have it shipped to you regularly, with a discount that usually ends up being cheaper than you'll ever find at any store. Happy Amazoning!

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  176. I always wait for the sales or I go to the clearance section

    helyn4 at yahoo dot com

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  177. I never buy anything that isn't on sale. It's a rule!
    katyjv1988(@)yahoo(dot)com

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  178. I go to the store with the cheapest prices and then stock up for the whole year.

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  179. Stick with cash and your budget. Keep the credit cards at home!
    (Virginia Rowell)

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  180. Wait for the sales papers to come out and then comparison shop so that you don't have to go around to different stores. thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  181. Look at different sales.
    magickalblessings26{at}gmail.com

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  182. buy things when they are on sale

    catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

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  183. Stock up on items whenever they're on sale.

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  184. take advantage of the tax free weekend, use coupons, and stock up on the penny items sales at various retailers - - - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  185. I shop at thrift stores and yard sales and stock up on the sales throughout the year

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  186. Shop during the tax free weekend. Check online beforehand for coupons.

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  187. I stock up on cheap filler paper and $10 notebooks.

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  188. I order with friends online to save on shipping.

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  189. I WAIT FOR THE BACK TO SCHOOL SALES :)

    (SHAYNA B.)

    shebebes@yahoo.com

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  190. Misses Giveaways8/6/12, 7:49 PM

    Use coupons and once school supplies go on sale stock up for next year.

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  191. definitely coupons coupons and discount codes for e-shopping!

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  192. Shop year around and buy when things are on sale

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  193. Check out thrift stores for backpacks & clothes.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  194. My best tip is to go to the big stores, like Walmart and try to get everything done in one place

    morganowl28 at gmail dot com

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  195. Making sure to check out the sales circulars, and coupons, where possible.

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